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Time li 75 1 .rvKIi iJK (. j OURNAL 1916. j This Label-Jceir D -- r T tW toay to You? .. ieY" ' a Re-What Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, September 22, Camnitz Hunting Farm Tuesdays and Fridays Crab Orchard. Circus Monkey Escapes Institute Next Week Hustonville General News Notes Scratch On Hand Fatal y Mr. Louis Bell and his daughter, Small Member of Ape Family at Aged Father of Mrs. D. T. Brummett Jesse Carpenter & N. Lincoln Cnunty Teachers to Hold Junction City, spentand family, of Once Famous Ball Playsr Says. He s a The L. freighthas just completed Vietta went to Cincinnati Sunday to last Sunday $20,000 depot jat' jpineville. , Through With Diamond. Victim of Blood Poisoning. Large West of Stanford Annua! Session in Stanford be gone for the week. here among relatives. Ben Herndon has resigned as Q. ' Mrs. Barnette is on the improve The supper given by the Ladies A scratch on the back of .his hand, A small monkey escaped from the Howard Camnitz, the once great & C, ticket agent at Danville to go of county and is now able to be out again. The teachers of Lincoln Pittsburg National League base ball with the Chicago Veneer Company. to which no attention was paid at the Aid Friday night at the homemuch Sparks Famous Shows which exhibitJ. W. Powell and wife went to pitcher, was in Danville Thursday A posse of 100 men is searching time of sustaining it a couple of Mrs. Will Pettus, while not so wi.l gainer in Stanford next week to ed here Wednesday, and so far has insti- Winchester Monday on a visit to with his wife and handsome little Itasca county, Mississipj i, for the weeks ago, caused rthe death of W. a financial success, was greatly en not been recaptured attend the annual teachers though the tute. No school will be held in any friends and to attend the convention son. They have been man who attacked a school teacher O. Corn, the aged father of Mrs. D. joyed by all present. The sudden whereabouts of the "varmint" are T. Brummett, of this city, Wednes- - cold spell did not agree with ice fairly well known. The animal made of the schools of the county as the of the Christian churches. visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. there. W. D. Nave and family, of Mercer, K. Camnitz, formerly of HustonCol. T. B. Demaree, iof Wilmore, ' day, of blood poisoning. law requires this annual meeting of Mr. Corn cream and many staid at home to his escape some time before the pedagogues for the purpose of were here Sunday with relatives. several times the Prohibition nomi-,wa- s the ville, where Howard was born and 90 years of age and was one of be close to the fire. About twenty night performance and struck out Miss Edna Camnitz and sister, raised and played his first base ball. nee for governor, died in a Lexir.g- - the best known and most respected dollars was realized for which the west of town. T. D. Raney returnexchanging ideas and otherwise i "brushing up" on latest and best Mrs. Dot VanArsdale, were here Mr. Camnitz has been out of the ton hospital. citizens of the Cornishville section Aid is grateful. ing frqm the West End Wednesday Mrs. Allie Pettus went to Lancas- night, and driving in on the Knob Miss Salhe Hammonds, 1 aged 19, of Mercer countv. He had been mar. methods of instructing the little Sunday with relatives and friends. national game for about a year. He ones. Joshua Brown and wife, of Mis- has just sold out his profitable ga- cied at the home of her, parents,' Mr. ,ried twice and is survived by the ter Saturday last, to be at the millipike saw the monkey on Supt. Garland Singleton, is mak- souri, have been the guests of C. P. rage business in Louisville, and is and Mrs. Joe Tammond.f, Jat Paint j second Mrs. Corn, who is 80 years nery opening of Mrs. Rella Arnold Lick near the home of Ed Davis. the road He ing active preparations for one of Brown and wife, on the Bradfords-vill- e now looking for a farm, upon which Lick. Sept. 15th of typhoid fever. of age, and 12 children. Mrs. Brum- Francis. thought it was a ground hog at first. the teachers of says he will settle down for the the best institutes he Three fathers have been indicted mett had been with him since his pike. Dr. and Mrs. L. F. Jones went to When Mr. Raney drove up the monk Lincoln county have ever held. He Sheriff Weatherford was in our balance of his life and where he will in .Liouisviiie unuer- - inj new law injury took a serious turn. Mr. Gravel witch Sunday to see Mr. jumped on the fence and started for has not engaged one single instruc- midst last Sunday. rear his boy. Though he says that making neglect of childl: an under 16 Brummett went over for the funeral Thomas Manuel and family. a tree. Mr. Raney said that he had tor for the whole week but hopes to Mr. H. C. Brown's mother and sis- already the youngster shows signs of years of age a felony, which was held Friday. The deceasJack Collier left for Louisville no desire just then to "monkey" have several big men in the educa- ter, of Talmage, were here the first manifesting an unusual interest in China has asked th quintuple ed was many long years a faith- Sunday morning. with the monkey so came on to town tional world here to talk to the of the week. Mr. group of bankers to finlnce'a $50, ful and for base ball for one so young. consistent member of the Burglars have been at work near and reported what he had seen. News teachers. Amone them are SuperCamnitz has been urged to secure a 000,000 loan on the se irity of the Christian church. Dr. Phillips and family, of Juncthe depot again. Hubert Collier and came to town Thursday that the intendent of Public Instruction V. 0. tion City, spent Sunday night here place back in "old Kentucky" but salt monopoly surplus. i Mr. S. L. Cummins were both reliev- member of the ape family was in a says that prices on blue grass land Gilbert, from Frankfort, Prof. T)r. Ren T.. Rrnner. nil nf the Vieof with Judge Myers and family. They ed of small sums. EAST END WOMAN GONE. tree on the farm of Mr. Davis, and figRhoads, state supervisor of were on their way from Liberty. are held at, a very much higher known republican leaders jsaid in a High Schools, and the newlv elected Mrs. Mary Culton was here on a "possee" of seven men headed by ure than land of about the same speech at Winchester this iweek that Mrs. William James, died at their went to Burnside, J. B. Capt. Harry Carter went out in auPresident T. J. Coates. of the East- Sundy inHonaker the interest of his cattle quality in Indiana or Illinois and he he will be a candidate for governor home on the Dr. Owsley farm in business the first of the week. Richern State Normal School at will probably secure a farm in one in 1919. Rev. Wyatt preached one of the tomobiles after him but returned the East End Tuesday afternoon afCol. Sparks, proprieSupt. Singleton plans to business. W. L. Cordier and Ben of those states, though he hopes to mond. sermons Sunday empty-handeMessrs. Dr. T. R. Welch, of rticholasville ter a lengthy illness of a complica- most beautiful Thursday Trustees' day Jennings, make next buy as close to Louisville as he can declined appointment as secretary of tion of troubles, aged about 65 years. morning which was heard by a small tor of the circus told Mr. Carter of Stanford, passed thru as that is the home of Mrs. Camnitz. of the Institute and to have State congregation. We were sorry more that he would pay a reward of $10 by her She is the State Superintendent Gilbert here that here Sunday afternoon. "Cammy," as the once famous pitch- at $3,500 aTuberculosis commission several survivedchildren. husband and did not hear the discourse. for the capture and return of the grown Mrs. James Judge Lincoln Wells, of Casey er was year. He day to talk to the trustees of coun-t- v was believe that known, to the "boys" who make more out of his saidjhe could was a splendid Christian wife and A letter from Wyoming tells of a monkey. he Many be captured the onhere Monday morning. private pracSupt. W. C. schools especially. will be ly way will once played with him on the back three-inc- h snow fall over that state mother and will be greatly missed by Rev. S. A. Baugh went to Win- lots of Stanford and Hustonville, is tice. 5 Wilson, of the Stanford City Schools, with a shotgun and after that he will Two divers from Louisville drag- many loved ones. She was a member recently, which accounts for our hardly be fit for exhibition purwill start of the program as instruc- chester Monday to attend the Chris- looking fine, and his friends have ged the Kentucky river '" at High of the Baptist church. Funeral ser- recent cold spell. week tian Church Convention. yet stage tor on Mondv and earlv in the Mrs. Manuel, who has been sick poses. county been hoping that he would time dia- Bridge for the body of S W. "Bed- vices were conducted by J. C. Uriah Dunn attended until the "big guns" in the school a "comeback" on the big for several weeks is better. Also of this city, Thursday, folAttendance court at Somerset Monday. ranks come to town. mond, but he ays he is through, and ford, the insurance man who is ber SPARKS' CIRCUS A GOOD ONE Mrs. Hallie Perkins, of the local plans to settle down as an honest lieved to have been murdered there lowed by interment in Goshen ceme- Mrs. John Kennedy. Mrs. Kate Egupon the institute proceedings is bert has been quite sick with a cold. circus tery. The Sparks World-Famocompulsory, so a large number of telephone exchange made a short vis- farmer for the rest of his life. He last February. Mrs. M. E. Fish has been sick for was greeted by good crowds at both Noble Steele a was it to her home folks in Stanford and is being given a cordial welcome in clmnl taches will be visitors in several days. Uncle John Edmiston, The sessions returned Sunday. Stanford next week. Danville and in this section, where awarded $10,500 damages ' against YOUNG MOTHER PASSES AWAY while very feeble and tottery, seems of its performances here Wednesday the L. & N., in the Knox Circuit Mr. Jack Beazley, of Stanford, he has always been very popular. and everyone seems to have been well court room will be held in the circuit Mrs. Bettie Manning, wife of CepaCourt for the loss of bothlegs when cil Manning, of Turnersville, died at better. All the typhoid feverWillie pleased with the show. Some really was with friends, a short while Sunin the court house. run over by a freight , train at their home there Wednesday morn- tients are improvingis except causing splendid acts were on the program; The program for Thursday after day evening. LINCOLN MAN BUYS FARM stall Grays. in fact but little was offered that Miss Mattie Simpson, of Monti-cellnoon, has been so planned as to be ing of acute meningitis, after a Stuart, whose case family alarm. Lincoln county furnished the purThe Pythian Grand Lodge will lengthy illness of tuberculosis of the hisMr. J. Thomas Cherry has been was not high class. Everything was is visiting her sister, Mrs. S. of vital interest to all natrons and chaser of the B. F. Robinson farm, meet at Lexington, Oct. 24th, in- stomach. She is survived by her hustrustees. On this date the subjects, A. Baugh, on College street. porch to the front clean and nothing but compliments performheard for the Grover Gill, of Monteroy, Tenn., east of Danville, at Mr. Robinson's stead of at Hopkinsville, first select- band and one child, a little daugh- adding a concrete "The Relation of the Countv Church and side of his home, also concrete were from beginning entire to end. It was ance to the Rural School," and "The Re- has been the guest of his sister, Mrs. sale Wednesday. Ed Cr Eubanks, of ed. The change was made so as not ter. Mrs. Manning was only 27 Lwalks and pavement. Moreland, this county, bought the to conflict with the meeting of the years of age and was beloved by all one of the best two-rin- g circuses evlation of the Home to the School." Elwar Cooper. has The L. & who knew her. Her loved ones Cloud Morgan N. Bowlingtransierrea er seen in Stanford and nothing too David Elliott, of Upper Green riv- place for himself and his sister at his Kentucky Medical Association. will be very ably discussed by the Green to to bid of $122.51 an acre. There are 187 That Villa himself led the attack have the sympathy of all in their an office. He is one of our very good can be said of it or its genial local ministers. A part of the pro- er, was here Tuesday on business. S. D. Foster, of Liberty, Mo., has acres in the place, most of it said to on Chihuahua City and retired witK hour of bereavement. After services best boys and everyone is glad of his proprietor, Col. Sparks, and his acgram will be a review of the Course commodating staff. The show went of Study, a book which all the teach- been the guest of his son, Charlie be first class land. A big crowd was many stores and 1,000 men who join- conducted by Mr. J. C. McClary, of promotion. to Campbellsville from here. Foster for several days. 'He left on hand for the sale as Mr. Robin- ed him from the Carranza garrison this city, the remains were interred ers will bring to the Institute. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Anderson left Tuesday morning for Wayne county son had advertised extensively. Live was the report sent Washington by in Bufflao Springs Cemetery Thurs- for Louisville this week to locate. The Sparks show appeared here day. to visit relatives, and friends. He stock sold well. W. W. Johnson, of Gen. Bell. Mrs. Maggie Gover and Shirley Go-v- with only four elephants, as Mary, a MUST PAY $450 FINE WILEY will stop off here on his return be- Boyle, bought a pair of The canvassing board of the State made a flying visit to Mr. and big elephant which killed her trainer ELECTION CASE IN ADAIR. The U. S. Department of Com- fore going on to his Missouri home. mare mules for $405; and Mack B. of Florida has "issued the certificates Mrs. Wallace Gover Sunday. They at Kingsport, Tenn., last week, was The case of the Commonwealth are located very pleasantly in Lex- hanged at Ervin, Tenn., Thursday. mode ha? declined to remit a fine of Mrs. J. A. Blain and daughter, Eubanks, of Boyle, paid $355 for an- of nomination for governor to W. V. $450 against State Road Commis- spent Monday night with friends at other pair of mare hy- Knott, a recount of the yotes having against W. T. Otley, charged with ington where Shirley is attending A railroad derrick car was used in sioner Rodman Wiley, of Frankfort Junction City. brids. His friends says that Mr. shown that he has won over Sidney tampering with election ballots cast school. the execution. The animal was whose motorboat was used when at the November, 1915, election, was Eugene Dunn was busy Monday Robinson plans to go either to Rich- J. Catts. forced to the track by other eleMiss Frances Champ, and Miss Ann filling James YowelFs silo." mond or to Mississippi to locate. phants, heavy chains were tied After outstripping a sheriff's posse called in circuit court at Columbia Mt. Zion Embry, of Paris, and two boys were Frost badly damaged tobacco in in a motorboat race out of Rock Har- Thursday, but a jury could not be around her neck and she was hoisted drowned in the Kentucky river while the low lands in the past few days. BUYS FINE HAMPSHIRE RAM bor on the Florida coast, the four secured and a special venire of fifty into the air. She was valued at going to a barjre dance. Wiley was summoned from Casey Joe Ellis got badly crippled up People are very busy making up about $20,000 by Col. Sparks. While in Louisville at the State bank robbers who got $6,000 in a men was appear in court today. fired because his motorboat was not Monday at Danville, while exhibiting Fair last week, J. Fox Dudderar, of day light holdup of the State Bank county to their cane and saving fodder. devices. equipped with a fine Dignity Dare horse. Rowland, purchased one of the hand- of Homestead abandoned their boat Mr. Bryant Brown and wife were SELLING SOUTH END FARMS Earnest Bowling, and Miss Nannie somest ram lambs seen in this sec- in the vicinity of Tavanier Creek and The real estate firm of Guinn & the guests of his daughter, Mrs. Ida Parlor Grove "BRIS" CONN SECRETLY WEDS. Jones, daughter of Mrs. Kittie Jones tion in some time. It is of the apparently have struck into the EvThompson last Friday. Johnson, of Science Hill, has been J. Bristow Conn, the well known of near Nealey's Gap, were married Hampshire breed, and was bred at erglades again without leaving a Rev. Fred Saunders and wife of Mrs. Ida Thompson, who has been, active in the saie of farms recently. auto dealer and garage proprietor on the 11th, at Danville. The bride the famous Walnut Hall stock farm trail. Jessamine county, visited over Sun- sick so long is somewhat improved. Some of their latest sales as reported of Danville, was married July 29, to was 26 years of age, and the groom near Lexington. This ram won at day with Mr. B. F. Saunders and The Indian herb doctor is waiting are as follows: the Plato Cullip farm Miss Elizabeth Miller, of Louisville, 32. They are located at present the Columbus, O., and the Detroit family. Rev. Saunders delivered on her and Mrs. Thompson surely near Eubank, to a Mr. Cunningham, Latest War News shows, and cost his new owner a cool of West Virginia, for $2,500; the but announcement of the wedding with his father. three masterly sermons a't Parlor thinks he is helDintr her, Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Hill, of Stan- $75. Mr. Dudderar will use him Most people here believe the re- John Stansberry farm to a Mr. Hurt has just been made. Mr. Conn has . The German, Bulgariari and Turk- Grove, which were enjoyed by all many warm friends in this section ford, were guests here Tuesday af- with his large flock of Hampshire ish troops under Field Mughal Von who heard them. cent frost was the earliest in years. of Vinrinia: the John Ackerson farm . ewes. He is very partial to this Mrs. Belle Adams' mother is here to a Mr. Shoun, of Tennessee, anwho will extend hearty congratula- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Runvon. of Eu- John J. Allen, spent Tuesday in breed, as they grow much larger Mackensen have been defeaMtin the lbanksvisited!Sundaylastrwkhtheir, loaa .visit., from Missouri. Twenty other farm of Mr. Ackerson to a Mr. tions. They will make their home in Po2SWiQ5a,-tCcsheep than either the Southdown or "Rumanian province of Hustonville. 'Yntes,.ofNortluCarolina: the Stroud. Danville. years vwmmn- ineo. iiryant. George W. Frye and John Stapp, the Shropshire, which are the two cording to an official statement from niece, uirs. Morgan is working near daughter saw each other. Mr. Alva farm to a Mr. Hinkle of Virginia; the of Hartwell, Casey county, were here breeds usually handled by sheep Bucharest, the Rumanian' ,capital. It Dayton, Ohio. Mr. Jim Adams and Louis McAl-ist- R. C. Curtis farm to a Mr. Phelps, of News of the Churches on business Tuesday. is said that the invaders hdve retired breeders in this part of the state. Richmond, Ky.; the Sam West farm is very busy peddling. Friends here have received anto the south and are burning villages nouncement of the birth of a daugh John Badget and wife of Casey, Mrs. Daisy Simpson and children, to a Mr. Jennings, of Tennessee; the Rpv. J. R. Reynolds, former pastor passed through here Tuesday on their BOOSTING RED GOOSE SHOES in their retreat. to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wright, of were the guests of her sister, Mrs. J. B. Wilson farm to a Mr. HeidelA revolutionary . . Tiofnal gov-u- p ter of the Baptist church at Richmond, way home from Garrard, where they Dayton, Ohio, formerly of this Parker, last aturday. berg, of Tennessee; the Z. M. FlemPhillips & Phillips, local merchants in the will preach at the Baptist church at had been on a visit to relatives and pulled off a nifty advertising stunt ernment has bee neighborhood. Mrs. Ida Thompson was the guest ing farm to Walter Lay, of Science P tee is to be Crab Orchard, Funday morning and friends. Mrs. Ebright. of Science Hill, is of Mrs. Daisy Simpson last Sunday. Hill; the W. J. Cope farm to a Mr. Thursday afternoon, when R. H. and of Crete. night. Marshall Herring and George Henton representing the manufactu- sent to Saloniki. visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Mr. and Mrs. George Burge were Mattern, of Tennessee. Churches in the Long Run Baptist Riffe went to Stanford Wednesday rers of the fanuuis Red Goose school Hundly. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Riley little Mrs. Verna association voted this week to build to see the circus. night. shoes, put a gigantic "red goose" on COCHRAN LACKEY. From Mrs. Thurmond daughter, of Reynolds and visited Smith SaturdaySmith and daughter, Waynesburg Less Eads, W. G. Cowan, John S. the streets in front of their store, a Baptist hospital in Louisville. EfMrs. Riley Miss Lillian Cochran, attractive Sunday night and Monday with her Emily, entertained a large crowd forts will be made to make it a state Murphy attended the Robinson sale and then sent up a balloon with a Sept. L0, 1916 Mrs. W. H. Sims. Sunday afternoon and all enjoyed daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. parents, Mr. and Ash Grove, Mo., institution. in Garrard Wednesday and stopped long streamer attached. Several Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sanders, of being The 84th annual convention of the over in btaniord that night and wit- hundred people witnessed the dis- Editor Interior Journal -rAmong those present Cochran, of Lancaster, was married through the near Woodstock, visited their grand- were: there. and Mrs. George Benge, to A. Kay Lackey, of Kansas City, I have been requested Christian churches of Kentucky nessed the circus. play and the youngsters chased the Mr. the came to a close at Winchester last Drinking water is getting awful balloon as it soared in a northwest medium of your paper to answer daughter, Mrs. Calvin Greer and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thompson and Mo., Friday afternoon at Rev. home A. J. bride's parents, night after one of the most success- scarce here and the wash women are wind. Hubert Fish, young son of ereetiners sent by my "Old Kentuc- - family Sunday last. Mr. Russell Watson, Mrs. of the performing the ceremony. The Messrs. W. C. Bell and F. N. Eu- children, Hensley, Misses Ida and Clere ful sessions in the history of the or-g- having water hauled for their use. " Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Fish caught thej ky" friends upon the anniversary ot Catherine Nation. Mrs. James Ellis and grandchil- balloon and dts streamer when it my 82nd birthday, August 10, 1916. banks were court day visitors at Lizzie Smith, Mae Adams, Ada and groom Is a former Garrard young splendidly in bushould hear dren are the guests of Mrs. Barker. landed and by so doing secured a All Presbvterians 'Tis indeed a source of much Stanford. Mis. Daisy Simpson man who has done Mr. Ira Braswell, who has been Delpha Benge, Misses Maud and Ma-b- le siness in the West. A host of reProf. C. G. Crooks, of Danville, at Fresh eggs are selling here at 27 handsome pair of Red Goose school pleasure in declining years to.be and children, congratulathe Presbyterian church on Sunday, 2 cents. shoes as a gift from this popular membered by old friends, and espe- working at Reading, O., is visiting Smith, and Mr. George Burke. friends extend heartiest his mother. Mrs. David Wall. tions. Sept. 24. at 11 o'clock. His theme cially those of Old Given's church, Emmett McCormack, Squire Gann and hustling firm. Rev. Godby, of Science Hill, has Nice ripe peaches were served and is "The Dutv of the Church to the D. W. Dunn, Rodger and John which has long since ceased to be, everyone had all he could eat. TO YOUNG LADIES. Veteran." Sunday school at 9:30; Hicks, were among those in attendand many of the loved ones have been appointed to this pastorate to - Mr. A. A. Wren is working for WRIGHT BOCK succeed Rev. Wright, who will go to The A. D. Price Memorial Hospital C. E. Meeting at 0.45 Missions passed to yonder shining shore, yet ance at the State Fair in Louisville On Tuesday evening just as the Barbourville. The second Saturday Tom Wren in Garrard county.mother Training School of Harrodsburg is Evening ser- last week. I Corinthians, 10:1-2spot iVi Mrs. Belle Adams and her sun was setting, Miss Anna Wright the one treasured near the memory and Sunday in October are the regnow open for the fall term and has, vice at 7:30. Rally Day, Sunday, church, Mrs. Lucy Hersperger, of Pueblo, and Mr. George Bock were made is the old home so ular preaching days and the new pas- have been visiting their brother and room for one more student. Any October 1. where all our children were born, tor will be here on those dates to son at Parker's Lake. Colorado, is the guest of Mr. and man and wife in a spacious and young lady desiring to enter should At the second day's session of the Mrs. W. L. Neal and other relatives flower-decke- d five girls and six boys and rear- fill room by Eld. Ed HubMiss Beatrice Denny and little send application and references to the pulpit, Kentucky M. E. Conference at of this section. She left here a bard, at his home on Cut-ostreet. ed. The three oldest girls and oldsis- - Sylvia Thompson were the guests of Mr. Lloyd Roberts visited his Mrs. F. P. McGarvey, sec, 203 E. the gift of an Oldham beautifully decorated est boy were married, before Mr. of years ago with room grandfather, Mr. Bryant Brown Lexington street, Harrodsburg, Ky. County farm worth $40,000, to be numberwell pleased with the her son Theflowers was potted plants. The Thurmond and I came Westin 1880, ter near Estesburc last Sunday and their Saturday. country in and is and M. J. Mr. and 75-- 2 iifd is the location of an industrial where she now resides. Mrs. J. C. bride and groom stood just in front and settled on a farm near Ash Mrs. LeemanMrs.SingletonMorgan last last spent Mrs. Armina Smith is with her school, was reported by the Board of Neal, a sister, of Dade City, Fla., is of a bank of flowers and ferns. The Grove, Mo., where we lived until the Russell Watson. Church Extension. The donor of the also here on a visit and they are en bride is the talented ana attractive other children were married, when Sunday with Mr. Arnold Singleton daughter, Mrs.Angel called at the It is the "denatured" Roosevelt Waynesburg. The Death was not a member of the joying themselves very much while daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. we moved to town, about 1902 to and family of Saunders and son, Arfarm that is supporting the pussy-foMrs. B. F. home of Mr. and Mrs. Tine Brown, chi"-ch- . Hughes-Fairbanto Wright, of near Mt. Moriah, but has be near the church which 1 enjoy ticket. and the Christian church, here. Mrs. inHersperger will govisit been making her home in Cincinnati; attending as much as ever; in fact thur, spent last week with relatives Jr., on the 9th Willie, carried away Services at a few days to Hustonville age 20. The in Jessamine county. their loving son, Sunday, Sept. 24. The Unified pro- relatives and friends before she de The groom is also from Cincinnati I seldom miss a Lord's Day being Master Robert Sims is spending young man contracted typhoid fever gram begins at 10 o'clock. Every parts for her Colorado home. and holds a responsible position at Bible school and church services. this week with his sister, Mrs. Verna and his death was a shock to all his PUBLIC SALE member is urged to be on time. C. in Holden Ellis, of the Rolling Fork there. The bride was dressed em- Mr. Thurmond, as many of your Reynolds, of Waynesburg. friends. Deceased was a grandson E. Meeting G:45; Preaching 7:30. dark blue taffeta trimmed in know, departed this life in ' ' TUr Rnlr.b Sanders, of O. K.. spent of Bryant Brown. readers was here Wednesday and reports The remains Special service at the Baptist having a very sick son, who is ill broidered net with hat and shoes to April 1909. Since then have had Sunday with Mr. Calvin Greer and On were laid to rest in the Old Friend- WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1916, Sunday, Sept. 24, at morning with typhoid fever. church match: After spending a few days some of my grandchildren with me, fnmilv. ship burying ground. The bereaved service. Special music and bv rehere they will return to Cincinnati and my children, Henry, John, ErMiss Selma Eubanks, who has relatives have the sympathy of the I will sell to the highest bidder at my Gus Geizl's rock quarry quest the pastor will preach on "The standstill this week, but will is at a to make their home. nest, Mary and Lula and their fam- been in Newcastle, Ind;ana. for entire community in this sad hour. farm on the Lancaster and Crab Orresume New Birth." The men of the town operations next week. ilies all live in and near Ash Grove; some time, is visitingjiome folks and home chard pike, known as the George Mrs. Felix Murrel died at the are especially invited to be present. CUPID ON THE JOB. W. P. Thurmond lives at Decatur, will attend the Teachers' Institute at of her father, Mr. Ben Lamb on the Evans farm, all of my Farming The a The subject is a great one, and will meetingEastern Stars had and called Beazley, aged 57, and Texas, O. J., at Danville, Ky.; Emma Stanford. Samuel . initievening this month. She was only 16 Tools, Mules, Cattle Sheep and Hogs. 11th be discussed from the New Testa- ated MissTuesday into their order. Wagons Miss Rebecca Heath, 41, were joined L. King at Milton, Ky.; Flora Carne-gh- y Mr. A. C. Muncie and family years of age and was one of the Farm Tools. 6 two-horSibley of ment point of view. Hence, everyat Merkel, Texas; Ethyl Graves spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. T. most popular young ladies in this 1 new Deering Mower; 11 new Rake; Frank North is rapidly completing heart and hand at the bride's home one is or should be vitally concern- his new bungalow on Liberty pike, near Waynesburg on the 20th. Binder; 1 at Marion, Mo.; Jeff at Lodi, Cal. L. Bryant. large circle of 1 new Sweep Rake.; ed in regard to it. Mr. Preston Hamic and family section. Besides a husband, little Steel Roller; 1 Wheat Drill; 1 MaThomas Cress, 33, and Miss Sara Ours is a record I am indeed thankand it is a hummer, too. and friends, her parents, two-roat Corn PlanThe recent. cold spell had nearly Jane Manuel, 20, were married P. ful. Of our living children all have spent Sunday with Mr. Johnson baby, and a number of brothers and nure Spreader;e 1 Waynesburg. house by Judge James Avery Riding the court ter; 2 three-horseveryone frozen to a frazzle. married and have their own homes: family, at loss. Aid The Kidneys Wednesday. Mr. Ernest Saunders has gone to sisters are left to mourn her Walking Plows; Plows; 2 two-horThe funeral procession to the bu- Bailey on D. Bock, of Cincinnati, all Christians, and most of them take George Dayton, O., where he has employ1 Section Harrow; 4 Riding Cultiactive part in church work. rial of Mrs. John Riffe last week was Stanford Sufferers Should Take No one of the WayAnna 7 ment. vators; 2 Disc or Cutting Harrows, Jumbo. Have 33 living of the largest ever witnessed in and Miss section,Wright, made one at were nesburg Risk Mr. Leeman Singleton, who has Further and a lot of other small tools. Sev20 living dead; this section. Rev. Ed Hubbard's by that gentle- 3 dead. been in Illinois, has returned to his cool nights. eral sets of Harness, Bridles and We are having some and is visiting Mr. and Mrs. The fr'ost has damaged the late corn other Gear. man on the 19th. Why will people continue to sufTwo of my sons, O. J., of Dan- home Morgan. Forget Your Aches J. Live Stock. One fer the agonies of kidney complaint, ville, Ky., W. P., of Decatur, Tex., M. Misses Dollie, Daisy and Wilma and beans considerably. Stiff knees, aching' limbs, lame Mare; 2 Yearling backache, urinary disorders, lameEASTERN STARS ELECT Mrs. John Lay was operated on Combination daughter, Ethyl Graves, of Ma- Sims spent Sunday last with Miss and Mules; 1 meness, headaches, languor, why allow back make life a burden. If you suffine. Mules; 2 At is regular stated meeting held Ohio, visited me this past Auglast Friday and is getting along Mule; 1 themselves to become chronic in- fer from rheumatism, gout, lumbago, on Saturday, September 16, Lincoln rion, We all enjoyed a happy, reun- Vesta Sims. Mr. Lewis Lay, who has been very dium sized ust. Mrs. H. H. Singleton and grandvalids, when a tested remedy is of-- neuralgia, get a bottle of Sloan's Lin- - Chapter, No. 195 O. E. S., of Mule; medium sized ion talked much of the Old Ken- son, Sergins, and Mrs. Walter Gard- sick, is up again. imentt, the universal remedy for lered them.' elected officers for the friends and relatives, ner, of Waynesburg, spent Tuesday Mr. Charley Murphy and wife 5 large heavy work Mules, 4 to 8 tucky Home, Doan's Kidney Pills have been pain. Easy to apply; it penetrates year as follows: Mrs. Pauline ever be their pleasure been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Si- years old. should used in kidney trouble over 50 years, without rubbing and soothes the ten- C. Stephenson. W. M.; M. B. (Jarson, andvisit Ashit Grove,' Mo., will gladly afternoon with Mrs. Ella Bennett haveBlackerby. Cattle. Several cows and calves las and daughter. have been tested in thousands of der flesh. Cleaner and more effect- W. P.; Mrs. Gertrude Carson. Asso. to Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Foley have 25 nice Heifers, 500 to 800 pounds, extend to them the hand of welhere attended the Several from ive than mussy ointments or poulti M.; John L. Hicks, cases. steers and a lot .: g at the Baptist church been the guests of her brother, Mr. several come If you have any, even one, of the ces, ror strains or sprains, sore mus- Miss Sue North, Con.; Miss Pearl tality. and the Old Kentucky hospiof yearling Steers. Mrs. J. L. Thurmond. Waynesborg Saturday and Sun- Ed Newell, near Waynesburg. at symptoms of kidney diseases, act cles or wrenched ligaments resulting Fields, Asso. Con. A meeting was Sheep. 200 head of young WethMr. and Mrs. M. O. Mason visited ,. day. ,, now, for" gravely dropsy or Bright's from strenous exercise, Sloan's Lini- called for Tuesday evening at 7:00 . ers; fine feeders; a lot of stock Ston The First Cold Mr. J. C. Huncuy ana uuuk"u;i, relatives on Green river last Sunday. ewes. disease may set in and make neglect ment gives quick relief. Keep it on o'clock for installation of all officers Mr, Preaching will begin at the TaberA cold does not get well of itself. Gertrude, spent Sundy last with dangerous. Can Stanford residents hand for emergencies. At vour Drug- elected and appointed. Hogs. Will sell 10 Registered wearing out a cold and Mrs. Otis Florence, ot btaniora.. nacle the first Sunday night in Oc- Duroc Boars, last Spring farrow, 25c, The process of demand more convincing proof than gist, be-,- , Bell sold a fine mule tober, conducted by Rev. Godby. EvMrs. W. C. wears you out, and your cough the following? deliv-in- g sired by Defender's Ohio Chief, FALSE RUMORS. erybody invited to come. comes serious if neglected. Hack- - i colt to Stanford parties to be Amelia Camden, Preachersville, Champion Pals Premier, Kentucky's NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS! October, Dr. J. G. Carpenter will continue coughs drain the energy and sap ered in Kentucky, says. "I suffered intenseFancy Colonel, Finch's Defender. All contractors on county road to practice medicine and surgery in the vitality. For 47 years the hapv ' The frost has done a great amount Don't Neglect Your Cold ly from kidney complaint and when The dams of these boars xire daugh his residence on combination of soothing aitiseptic j of damage to garden truck, late Stanford, Ky., I stooped, I could hardly straighten. work not having filled their contract Danville avenueyet for sale. colds " worse, instead ters of Defender, The Professor and eet 75-- 3 0 fmlnsTns in Dr. Kine-'- Naw Discovery hunk wheat and cane. The ground is spots often floated before my by October 15th, next, as agreed, Dark A stuffed head, a tixht Fancy Here has healed coughs andjxeheved con- - is o drv farmers can not plow for of better. be relieved at once. Dr.;to et Colonel. high-clas- s, is your chance eves and my head pained me until I will forfeit their bond. (Signed) bred-hvthchest must a real hoof crazy. A neighbor told Pirnpy, muddy complextions are gestion. Young and old can testify was almost is Nature's purpie jDoar. IIss" Waneeta Gilmore has gone to Bell's L. McKee Riffe, County Road En- due to impurities in the blood. Clear to the effectiveness of'Dr. Kind's me about Doan's Kidney Pills and I J. remedy. Honey and glycerine heal -- Terms made known on day of sale. up the skin by taking Dr. King's New New Discovery for coughs and colds. Barbourville, where she will take a the irritated membrane, antiseptic 74-- 2 rot a box. They helped me from gineer. Remember . the first and I am now free from Life Pills. Their mild laxative quali- Buy a bottle today at your druggist course in college. of Somerset, vis- tar loosens the phlegm, you breathe Lunch served at noon. at 10 a. m. the sale starts promptly Mr. Jack Minter kidney complaint." ties remove the poisons from the sys- 50c. easier and your cold is broken up. PAUL FINCH, Crab Orchard ited over Sunday with his niece, Mrs. Pleasant to take, Dr. Bell's Don't forget that after 'Oct. lst, tem and brighten the eye. A full, Price 50c, at all dealers. Don t R. F. D. 2 Bryant. YOUR 1916 City Taxes are. due T. L. rsimplv ask for a kidney remedy the I. J. subscription price will be free, nongriping bowel movement chilis an ideal remedy for Col. I. M. Dunn and Col. John B. Mr. James Mullms ana son are Kidney Pills the same $1.50 a year but till then you may in. the morning is the reward of a Please ""call and settle. AH back taxes get Doan's s. At your as wiU'Vio ad. hnilrlinPa barn lor Mr. iunton dren as well c. grown-upnnf nnid Dinwiddle, Auctioneers. ? A' iVH that Mrs. Camden had. Foster subscribe for as many years in ad- - dose of Dr. King's New Life Pills the tlinfr Druggist, 25 Waynesburg, night-beforAt your Druggist, 25c. vertised next week. B. D. CARTER Benge, of Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. vance as you wish at $1 a year. four-year-o- ld t, Mc-Hen- ry d. -Mc-Clar- y, us o, er five-year-o- ld five-year-o- ld life-savi- ng -- iiitvc-poaaxsus- jiy er r: isl-iV- m :- ar 1-- 1; Nich-olasvill- e, ff ot ks se w se grand-childre- n, great-grandchildr- four-year-o- ld two-year-o- ld four-year-o- ld Hus-tonvjll- e, three-year-o- ld en-'sui- ng Secv.-Treas- two-year-o- ld Home-Comin- NfiP-lecte' s . I - . e- Pine-Tar-Hon- ey ., Pine-Tar-Hon- ey - e. &-- m. ST" ,x ' ? ', 1i A M4-2f- i . Page Two The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, September 22, 1916. ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY Court to cause to be published once each year a statement showing the financial condition of the county, together with the manner of public moneys have been expended, to whom paid, for what pur pose, the said court directed the clerk to prepare and have published such statement showing such condition on April st, 9 6. 1 1 1 In compliance with the law reauirine the Fiscal By Vital statistics claims Total taxable property as fixed by the board of equalization for the year 1915, on $7,257,337 at 50c $36,286.68 $60,771.00 property omitted by asses-o- r and listed by the clerk 303.75 Railroad Tangible Tax y 50 cents on $414,770 L. & N. property 2,073.65 50 cents on $ 4, 84 other L.&N. prop70.92 erty 50 cents on $22,400 L. & N. property, 112.00 (Richmond Branch) 50 cents on $300 other L. & N. proper1.50 ty (Richmond Branch) To 50 cents on $643,41 0 C. N. O. & T. 1 1 By turnpike claims paid By miscellaneous claims paid By merchants claims paid By Sheriff's commission for collecting 2,420. 2 $53,033.67 224.00 By amount paid clerks for omitted lists By amount paid clerk for making jf ax 157.38 books By amount paid Sheriff for collec on ;l 488.74 of School Tax 1 1 : 324.75 Co&' 22, 60.46 Beck, J. B., Clerk of Election, 16,873.14 Moser, William, Sheriff of Election, ,... 4,259.37 Hicks, 1 2.40 reavyhouse, G. M.f Clerk ot .Election, 2.00 McKinney, Walter Sheriff 2.40 Coy, S. H., Judge of Elec- Election, 2.80 2.80 2.80 2.00 2.40 2.00 2.46 2.56 2.00 2.00 2.56 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 2.50 3.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 2.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 of Election, P. Railway To 50 cents on $5,600 other property, C. N. O. & T. P. Railway... Railroad Franchise Tax 50 cents on $669,663 C. N. O. & T. P. Railway (in part) 50 cents on $423,754 L. & N. R. R. (in 2,659.84 sinking fund 600.82 Main account Court-hous- e coupon account 1,014.47 31.94 General expense account 681.67 Public fund account 54.75 Poor house account 132.09 Turnpike coupon account 3,217.05 Vital statistics account 43.00 Crab Orchard & Stanford, ,4 8.85 28.00 and S. & S. pike 207.55 State aid account Court-hous- ,....;.$55, 676.02 Total Disbursements The Following is Amount of Funds in County Treasury, April 6th, 1SI16 $ , 90.06 Turnpike sinking fund 1 1 e John L., Judge, of Election Blain, John A., Judge of Election Peavyhouse, Geo.M., Clerk Election, Hicks, N. C, Sheriff of Election Duncan, W. J., Judge of ., Election, Moore, 'G. H., Judge Election, Gooch, E. O., Clerk of Election, Beck, J. L., Sheriff Election, Caldwell Bettie allowance for 7 months at $5 per month, Nunnelley, A. T., stock inspector Alcorn, Dr. Edward, Medical account, Baughman, J. H. & Co., Coal, Beasley, J. L., Coffins, Election, Bobbitt, F. P., Clerk of 2.80 Election, 2.00 Manning, 2.80 Beck, J, L., Judge of Election, Gooch, E. O., Judge of 2.00 2.00 Kennedy. D. B., Judge of L. tion, Election C, Sheriff Election Tanner, V. M., Clerk of 2.64 Election, 2.00 Yocum, J. D., Sheriff of Election 2.64 Carter, J. N., house for Election, Election Fowle, N. W., house for Bradley & Books etc., . Caldwell, A. K. Dr., Medical account (smallpox).. Same, medical account Gilbert Co., 1 1 1 3,349.82 part) :. 50 cents on $42,338 L. & N. (Rich- $8,064.04 Total $1,000.00 Court house bonds redeemed 2,500.00 1,059.39 Turnpike bonds redeemed 211.69 43.24 15.53 Carter and Carter Livery account Carpenter, Dr. J. G., Medical account Cooper, G. B., fee bill DeBorde, Geo. F. Jailer,.. Davis, S. N., orders Co. Judge, a. Duke, S. J., lumber, etc Edmiston, Dr. W. J., Medical account, Harris, S. T., Election Commissioner, Baugh, E. G. Election Commissioner, 35.00 Magee, Mrs. Joe, house for Election, 75.00 Town of Crab Orchard, house Election, 10.00 Reynolds, for S., house for T. Election, 327.29 Thompson, Dr. C. M., 18.00 house for election, 133.55 Baugh, John G., house for Election, Lair, W. H., house for 100.00 Election 9.00 Riffe, John, house 5.00 mond Branch) , Other Franchise Tax 50 cents on $8,647 Telegraph & Telephone Company 50 cents on $3, 05 Adams Express Co. 50 cents on $1 8,500 Stan. Water Light 1 Respectfully submitted, G. B. COOPER, Clerk, Lincoln County Court 45.25 33.00 27.30 6.00 169.50 207.00 Weatherford, J. G., Election Commissioner, Edmiston, Dr. W. J. Commissioner, Fowle, & Ice Co 92.50 14.67 50 cents on $2,934 Hus. Telephone Co. 50 cents on $8,41 Pullman Company 50 cents on $14,769 West. Union Telegraph Company 50 cents on $ 0,0 4 Southern Express Company ,.. 50 cents on $3,528 American Tel. and Tel. Company 50 cents on $6,871 Southern Express Company 1 1 42.05 73.84 50.07 17.64 1 Severance & Son, goods VITAL STATISTICS CLAIMS on order 5.50 Thompson, William, goods $ Alcorn, Dr. Edward 5.75 Brown, E. J. . on orders, " 1.50 Thompson, C. M., goods on Barker, J. C 3.25 Bryant, M. G order, .25 Terry, Chas., goods on orCowan, J. R 6.25 Caldwell, A. K ders .25 Weatherford & Co., goods Carpenter, J. G 1.75 Carpenter, A. R on orders 6.25 Wentzel, Jo"hn, goods on Childress, W. J 3.25 Creech, C. B orders .75 Walter, G. A., goods on Elliot, W. M 7.50 Edmiston, W. J on orders, 6.00 Brown, Amos, goods on .. GrLder Frank 7.75 Harmon, John A orders, .... 1.25 Edmiston Bros., goods on ,... Hammonds, J. T 8.75 .... Jones, L. F orders .. Vr- 2.75 Kinnaird, J. B., :....' Perry, Peyton, J. F., G. G Same Coal for ccunty .... Florence, G. D., Co. att'y protem, Greer, J. H., blacksmith account, Harmon, Dr. John A. Medical account, AsHill and Rochester. signee Mary Tracy Stenographer Hansford, W. B., Acting County, N. W Coal for Election, 150.00 Davis, Harvey, house for 826.46 Election 943.65 Fowle. N. W., house for Election 8.45 Magee, Mrs. Joe, house 12.72 for Election, Town of Crab Orchard 38.00 house for election Reynolds, T. S., house for 16.00 Election Thompson, Dr. C. M., 16.00 house for election Baugh, John G. house for 16.00 Election 18.00 Lair, W. H., house for 3.55 5.55 20.00 8.35 Masters, G. H., house for Election for 72.50 Pruitt, Dr. R. 35.00 5.00 60.00 Election Barker, Mrs. Nettie, house for Election Masters, G. H., house for Election Pipes, Dr. M. L., medical account Phillip, Dr. M. M., medical account account Hill & Pence, Casters Pence, E. T., Jr,. Implements Perry, Dr. G. G., medical account Perkins, H. L., Coal for court house, etc., 3.00 Fowle, N. W., house for 2.00 Davis, Harvey, house for 2.00 Crab 86.00 34.00 385.00 .60 66.94 71.50 201.63 Election .. Singleton, W. R., Judge of Election Burleson, Berry, Sheriff of Election Hays, W. D., Clerk of the Election Dye, James, Judge of election Haggard, Bud, Judge of Election . Flint, D. B., Sheriff of Election Wall, W. D., Clerk of Election Adams, D. R., Judge of Election Bastin, M. S., Judge of Election Baugh, E. G., Sheriff of Election Acton, W. G., Clerk or Election Carson, E. V., Judge of Election Bell. T. J., Judge of Election, Evans, W. L., Clerk of Election Rierney, W. H., Sheriff of Election Blain, John A., Judge of Election Dunn, D. W., Judge of Election McKinney. Walter, Sheriff of Election Peavyhouse, Geo. Clerk of Election Coy, H. S., Judge of election Kennedv, D. B., Judge of Election Manning, L. C, Sheriff of Election Bobbitt. F. P., Clerk of Election Beck, J. L., Judge of the . Election Gooch, E. 0., Judge of Election Yocum. J. D., Sheriff of Election Tanner, V. M., Clerk of . Election Election, Election Orchard house for Election McGee. Mrs. Joe, house for Election U. F. B. Lodge Hustonville Kentucky Lair. W. H., house for Election Masters. G. H., house for Election Reynolds, T. S., house for Election 3.36 2.00 3.36 2.00 3.20 2.00 3.20 2.00 2.80 2.00 2.80 2.00 2.80 2.00 2.00 2.89 2.80 2.00 2.80 2.00 2.00 2.40 2.40 2.00 2.00 2.56 2.56 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 2.00 3.00 2.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 500.00 6.00 50.00 541.98 93.39 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 .62 12.50 3.07 16.25 7.47 O. i o C, medical Attorney, Harmon, Dr. J. A. Medi408.50 cal account, Interior Journal Printing.. 28.00 Jones, Dr. L. F. Medical account 187.50 Roberts, Curd, making Morris, Dr. J. T., Medical Att'y Hill, T. J., Jr., Acting Co. Co. Thompson, Dr. C. M., house 50.00 703.10 Pruitt, G. B., Coffins for paupers 92.00 5.00 52.50 226.00 McWilliams, W. E Morris, J. T O'Bannon, W. B 34.36 Bank Tax To 50 cents on $1 3,3 3 Bank of 1 More-lan- d 65.67 Thompson, C. M 15 00 To 50 cents on $58,924 National Bank .75 Watkxns, W. F. 50.7.3 Carson, W. A. of Hustonville 294.62 Blain, Miss Kate liH.To Young, Cyrus M 12 75 To 50 cents on $1 62,324 Lincoln Co. 16.00 Walters, Gabe A 81 1.62 Morgan, A. B National Bank, Stanford, Ky 16.50 32.50 Edmiston, John 1 o 50 cents on $22,680 People s Bank 18.50 Gnder, Frank a 2.00 of Hustonville, Ky 113.40 Crow, Mary .50 Caldwell, Maggie .75 Caldwell, Maggie To 50 cents on $30,928 State Bank & Delaney, Martha Ann .... 2.75 Trust Company 1.25 154.64 Jones, Malvina, Hill, Jane 1.00 To 50 cents on $ 4,880 Waynesburg Hopkins, Elizabeth .75 Simpson, Lucy .75 Deposit Bank 66.90 Lawyer, S. E .50 .25 Salter, Bcttie To 50 cents on $55,618 1st Nat. Bank, Sims, Mahala 1.25 Stanford, Ky 278.09 $ 324.75 To 50 cents on $ 4,2 9 Crab Orchard CLAIMS MERCHANT'S Abe, Banking Company 71.10 Minks, order merchandise ,...:..... 6.00 on Ador, Mrs. Kate, goods To 50 cents on $14,237 McKinney De68.50 on orders posit Bank 71.19 Brown, Amos, goods on 28.00 on orders To 4, 94 Tithes listed by assessor and Brown, James, goods on 58.90 on iW County Board of Supervisors 6,291 .00 Collier,orders H., goods on J. order To 260 Tithes listed by County Clerk... 300.00 Cocking & True, goods, 170.50 186.70 To tax on whiskey on order 2.52 Campbell & goods w Hugh Smith, James Britton Southard, D. B Steele, J. R Singleton, T. H. , Reid, Pruitt, Pipes, M. Lee R. C .... 1.25 . $ 4,259.37 4.25 10.50 CLAIMS MISCELLANEOUS 9.25 1.25 The Corking Chemical Co. 7.00 ' disinfectant for court house 16.25 1.25 1.00 Bradly and, Gilbert Co. Morton, Jno. P. & Co., Record Book, etc coffin, account, Masters & Bowers, Automobile hire paupers McClary, J. C, Coffins for Records Book 3 50 Bright, W. M., salary as treas 4.75 10.00 Phillips Bros, for work on 8.25 court houe, ,. i Warner & Bower, work on court house and jail Rigney, Aden J., Judge of ' 1 .1 1 1 1 1 1 -- JfcTotal Receipts viM HT1.: 1 1 -- .,. $55,729. 0 1 The Following is Amount of Funds in County Treasury, April 1st, 1915 Turnpike sinking fund acct....$ ,592. 4 1,227.55 sinking fund 841.28 Main account Court-hous-e , 78.38 open account 1,1 69.81 General expense account 4 4.52 Public road account 234.75 Poor house account Turnpike coupon account ...... 289.39 142.70 Vital statistics account Court-hous- order Elmore, M. D., goods on order i Farris, Geo. H., goods on order Fields, on order Cummins, W. C, goods on Pettus, 288.73 344.00 Harris, J. A;, Sheriff of Election, ..j Florence, A. B., Judge of Election, .J Severance, Albert, Clerk of Election,', Ellis, John, Judge of elec- tion Woods, J. H., Judge of Election ..u Davison, Robert, Clerk of Electioin, ..r Hocker, R. 0., Sheriff of Election, Rainey, T. D. Judge of Election, Tucker, W. T., Judge of Election Cummins, J. F., Clerk of Election Fields, W. M. Sheriff of Election, Royalty, W. T. Judge of Election Beasley; M. H., Judge of Election, Cordier, W. L., Clerk of Election Blackerby, R. M., Sheriff of Election Howard, H. B., Judge of 14.70 Election Nevius, C. B., Judge of 5.00 Election, Corum, J. B. Clerk of Bronaugh, R. H., Sheriff .:.... of Election, Gaines, R. E. Sheriff of Election Petrey, Simon, Clerk, of Election Hubbard, Henry, Judge of Election, Phillips, M. M. Judge of Election Camden, W. F., Judge of Election Stephens, Logan, Judge of Election Curlis, J. B., Clerk of elec- tion, Perkins. G. F, Sheriff of Election Dye James, Judge of Election, Gooch, Dan, Judge of Election, Wall. M. D., Clerk, of Election, ... Alford, W. C, Sheriff of Election, Bastin, M. S. Judge of Election, Boone, J. H Judge ol Election, Warfjeld, C. D. Clerk of Election, Adams, D. R., Sheriff of Election Baughman, Jones, Judge of Election Rigney, W. H., Judge of Election, Cell, T. J., Clerk of Election, Powell, E. B., Sheriff of Election, Helm, S. M., Judge of Election, Electioiv, Election" .!.. ... .... e , , . Gooch, F. S. & Co., goods on order Gooch Assignee' Dave Burton, goods or orders Green Pedro, goods on or- order W. M., goods on 194.90 136.91 36.00 1 1 v, .j- - 1 By By By By $7,090.52' Disbursements 50 cents on $ 75,559 land and town $ lots sold to county and state. 50 cents on $9,395 property exonerated by County Court 50 cents on $17,875 duplicated as... sessments 50 cents on $37, 23 delinq'nt prop- - Total.,. ; - orders, Hertil Oscar, goods on orI ders, Hunn & Coffey, goods on orders Hays & Estss, goods on order James, John, goods on order Lyne Bros., goods on orders Moser, Ira, goods on order McRoberts & Bailey goods on order McCarty, Mrs. Neomia, goods on order Newland, T. D., goods on order New Stanford Drug Co., goods on order, Penny, G. L., Exor, goods on orders Perkins, W. E., goods on order Reynolds & Evans, goods on order Robinson, Sam, goods on Reynolds, Higgins, W. H., goods on ders ' 4.50 162.05 116.00 38.00 15.00 2.50 57.47 30.50 15.05 48.00 383.20 70.75 82.33 481.38 4.25 48.50 10.50 69.50 1 377.79 46.97 89.3 7 1 1 By 1,190 delinquent polls, women, firms, etc.,fless $67.35 By Dirt Road claims 1 erty 85.6 1 1 order .1.. ,7 7.65 J & Son, goods 6,350.67 Shugars Drug Store, goods on order Election 2.00 Wearcn, W. H., Clerk of Election, 2.00 Rigney, Aden, Sheriff of Election, 2.00 Campbell, J. S., Judge of ? Election, 2.00 Porter, R. L., Judge of Election, f 2.00 Rice, T. A., Clerk of Elec tion, 2.90 Hocker, R. C, Sheriff of Election 2.00 Shanks, W. C, Judge of J Election, 2.00 Cummins, J. F., Judge of 7 Election 2.00 Florence, J. C, Clerk of Election, " 2.00 Hill. A. C, Sheriff of ? Election 2.00 Royalty, McD. Judge of " Election 2.00 Pepples, Jno. C, Judge of ' Election, ? 2.00 Smith Wyatt, Clerk of . Election, 2.00 Gooch L., Sheriff of the Election ' 2.00 Nevius, C. B., Judge of Election 2.00 Parrish. P. C, Judge of Election 2.80 Corum, J. B., Clerk of Election, 2.00 Bronaugh, R. H., Sheriff of Election 2.80 Chappell, James, Judge of Election 2.00 Newland, J. H., Judge of Election, 2.00 Carpenter, J. G., Clerk of Election, 2.80 Petrey, Simon, Sheriff of Election, 2.00 Sinerleton, W. R., Judge of Election 2.00 Curlis, J. B., Judge of T Election, 3.36 Ballard. R Y., Clerk of Election, 2.00 Burleson, Berry, Sheriff Election, 2.00 Dye. James, Judge of Election, 3.20 Hae.gard, Bud, Judge' of . Election, 2.00 Wall W. D. Clerk of Election 2.00 Flint, B. D., Sheriff of Election 3.20 Bastin, M. S., Judge of Election, 2.80 Adams, D. R., Judge of Election, 2.00 Baugh, E. G., Clerk of .. Election, 2.00 Acton, W. G., Sheriff of Election 2.80 Bell. J. T., Sheriff of Election 2.00 Carson, E. V., Sheriff of ' Election, 2.80 Campbell, W. J., Clerk of '. Election 2.00 Rigney, W. H.f Sheriff of Election 2.80 Dunn, D. W., Sheriff of Election 2.00 Blain, Jno. A., Sheriff of -- 186.35 Menefee, J. N., Jr., Acting Co. Att'y 200.00 Northcott & Tudor, coal for court house, 67.00 O'Bannon, Dr. W. B., Medical account, 150.00 Florence, A. B., Judge. of ..... Election 2.00 Lawson, Mack, Judge of pauper 89.10 Tribble, W. A., Furniture etc 135.00 Turner, Pete, Coffins for paupers . 2.00 Warner & Bower, Plumbing, 2.00 Warner, W. K., plumbing 2.00 Warner & Bower, Plumbing Smith, Dr. J. B., medical 6.00 account Stone, Wm., Lumber etc. 51.50 for court house Saufley, S. M., Printing .. 10.00 Sluder, John, Coffin Pelly, J. M., Coffin for pauper Peyton, Dr. J. F. medical account Stone, John M., repairs on court house, Steele, Dr. J. R., medical account 20.00 DeBorde, Geo. F., Janitor Helm, J. K., holding inquest 7.50 43.00 9.15 42.00 317.60 for Election Baugh, John G Blankenship, J. T., extra work on work house Weatherford. Sheriff for collecting School Tax.- .Stanford Water Light & Ice Co Simon. Petrey, 1 day attending court Camden, J. M., 1 day at- for 2.00 Weatherford. J. G., Sher iff Fee Bill Puryear, Emmet Com'lth 2.00 Att'y allowance Laswell, Dr. W. D., medi2.00 cal account Pipes, Dr. M. L., medicine 2.00 morphine patients Same, Bessie treating 2.00 Woodall 9 cases Scarlet fever 2.00 Elmore, M., hauling wood cases for small-po- x 2.00 Weaver, N., making coffin for pauper P... 2.00 Tracy, Miss Mary, Stenographer for circuit 2.00 , court 2.00 Cooper, G. B., County's one-ha- lf 32.10 The Corking Chemical Co. disinfectant for courthouse 481.80 Bailev, J. P., Railroad ticket for pauper 125.00 Belden, G. C, repairs on ing court Cumberland Tel. & Tel. Co. 64.75 for Rent and telephone messages ... 30.00 Withers, Lucy Ann, allowance v... 150.00 4.25 Cumberland Tel. & Tel. Co. Telephone and messages tending court 12.60 117.00 Fields. W. M., 1 day attending court 5.00 Helm. J. K., 1 day attend- jail a.......................... 71.85 Lexington Paper Co. Toi- . let paper 28.00 Allison, M. for court house L., Rice. J. S., freight & Tel. Co. 40.00 Cumberland Tel. Telephones Mayhan, W. M., conveying 2.7o prisoner to county Smith G. H., Repairing 5.00 Typewriter for clerk's office 15.00 5.00 1.60 3.52 10.65 7.50 12.50 5.50 3.00 49.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 1.48 5.00 12.50 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 31.00 4.00 128.50 2.36 3.00 3.00 3.0C 2.00 ' ,.... for omitted lists Burch, W. S., Salary as county attorney Bailey, Jas. P., Salary as county judge 2.80 Singleton, Garland, Salary as School Superintend't 2.00 Rigney, Aden J., Judge of Election 2.00 Harris, J. A., Judge of Election 2.80 Crawford, Geo. F., Sheriff of Election 2.00 Wearen, W. H., Clerk of Election 2.80 Hocker, R. C, Judge of Election 2.00 Acey, J. W., Judge of Election 2.80 Rice, T. A., Sheriff of Election . 3.36 Davison, R. L., Clerk of Election 2.00 Shanks, W. C, Judge of Election . 2.00 Florence, J. C, Sheriff of Election 3.36 Hill, A. C, Clerk of election 3.20 Royalty, Mack, Judge of Election 2.00 Pepples, John C. Judge of Election 2.00 Cordier, W. L., Sheriff of Election 3.20 Gooch, Lilburn, Clerk of Election 2.80 Chappell, James, Judge of Election 2.00 Newland, J. H., Judge of Election 2.00 Petrey, Simon, Sheriff of Election 2.80 Carpenter, J. G., Clerk of Election ..... 2.00 Nevius, C. B., Judge of Election 2.80 Parrish, P. E., Judge of Election 2.00 Bronaugh, R. H., Sheriff of Election 2.80 ., Clerk of Cummins, Election 2.00 Curlis, J. B., Judge of books Same, County's for making tax one-ha- lf Withers, Lucy Ann, allow34.00 ance, Thompson, J. C, Railroad ticket for orphan chil156.29 dren Petrey, Simon, attend112.00 ing court, Fashoner, Christian, for 800.00 keeping Jno. Trotler, Simon, Petrey, attending, 1000.00 court 1 day Camden, J. M., attending 1,000.0 court 1 day, Helm, J. K., for attending 2.00 court 1 day Fields, W. M., attending 2.00 court 1 dav Stanford Water Light & 2.00 Ice Co., for Ice Henderson, J. C, convey2.00 ing prisoner from Boyle county .. 2.00 Withers, Lucy Ann, allowance 2.00 Petrey, Simon, attending court 2.00 Camden, J. M., attending court 2.00 Helm, J. K., for attending court 2.00 Camden, J. M., attending court 2.00 Helm, J. K., for attendidng court, 2.00 Petrey, Simon, attending court 2.0.Q Fields, W. M. and others expense to Frankfort 2.00 Kidd, Embry, delivering prisoner 2.00 Stanford Water Light & Lights and Ice 2.00 Cumb. Tel. & Tel. Co., telephone messages 2.00 Camden, J. M., attending 2.80 Helm, court 2.80 Petrey, 2.00 Fields, court J. K., for attending Simon, attending W. M.f 9 court 2.80 Phillips Bros, for repairing 2.00- committee work day's 36.00 67.00 12.50 court house, Withers, Lucy Ann, allowance 2.80 Phillips Bros, for repairing jail, 2.00 Stanford Water Light & Ice Co. for Ice 75.00 3.38 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Cumberland Tel. & Tel. Co. Telephone and Mes- Withers, Lucy Ann, allowance Helm, J. K., for attending court Elliot .(Fisher Typewriter Co., repairs on machine-Stanfo- rd Water Light & Ice Co., for Ice Helm, J. K. for attending court court, Friday, September 22, 'R.9R Acton, T. J. Acton, J. B. ... Bailey, Robt. T. Brown, E, J. Baker, J. O. . Bryant, M. G. Caldwell. A. K. Carpenter, J. G. Carpenter, A. R. ..- Childress, W. J. Creech. C. B. Dunlap, Fayette Edmiston, Wm. J. Grider, Frank Harmon, John A Hammonds J. T. Hunn, W. B Weddle, A. A Isaacs, Geo. W Johnson, Wm Jones, L. F. Kinnaird, J. B. .. Laswcli; W. D. Morris, J. T Sliddlcton, D. R 1.50 2.00 1.00 10.75 6.50 4.50 1-- 2 Page Three Petrey, Simon, attending Camden, J. M., attending court court Fields, W. M., attending court Powell, J. R., building foundation for work house Withers, Lucy Ann, allowance court Helm, J. K. for attending court Fields, W. ". attending court, Cumberland Tel. & Tel. Co. Co Camden, J. M., attending ance Stanford Water Light & Ice Co. (water lights etc. ) Camden, J. M. attending court Masters, G. H., Automobile hire Cumberland Tel. & Tel. Co. telephones and messages Cooper, G. B., Clerk Fis- -, cal court Blakenship, J. T., work and freight for workhouse .. Same, 1400 feet of lumber for workhouse Petrey, Simon, attending court Same, Committee work Blakenship, J. T., lumber etc., for workhouse Petrey, Simon, attending court Fields, W. M., 3 days' committee work Helm, J. K., for attending court Bradley Gilbert Co. record books Withers, Lucy Ann, allowance Carpenter. W. B., lumber for workhouse Blakenship, J. T., lumber, Tiling etc for the work house Same, uniber etc. on , workhouse Same lumber and work Same, material on workhouse Same lumber and labor, Caldwell, Bettie. allowance Blakenship, J. T., material Caldwell, Bettie, allow- for workhouse Stanford Water Light & . Ice Co. for ice Petrey, Simon, attending court, Camden, J. M., attending Helm, J. K. for attending Bradley, I. G., conveying prisoner from Lexing. ton Blakenship, material, labor etc. on workhouse Withers, Lucy Ann, allow- Fields, W. M.f attending court Nunnelley, A. T., salary stock inspector for 12 ...... months . Warner & Bower, plumb ing etc. on court house.. Blakenship, J. T., labor on workhouse, Caldwell, Bettie, allowance Stanford Water Light & Ice Co. (Ice) Weatherford. J. G., taking Chas Hubble etc, to the house of Reform Stone, J. M., work on the court house Cumberland Tel. & Tel. Co. telephones and messages Withers, Lucy Ann, allowance Helm, J. K. for attending . court Same holding inquest Petrey, Simon, attending court Dudderar, J. T., attending court, Fields, W. M., extra services and automobile Tracy, Miss Mary, court stenographer, Puryer. Emmett, allowance VJ f court .....'.'''''' Taylor, J. D., Sheriff, conveying prisoner from Casey county Blakenship, J. T., extra work on work house Jack, burying Beazley, Arthur Gardner, Caldwell, Bettie, allowance, Beazley Bros, putting a glass in court house Stanford Water Light & Ice Co. (water lights, etc. for court house) .. Caldwell, Bettie, allow. ance Phillips Bros., glass and putty for court house Stanford Water Light & Ice Co. (water, lights for court house Withers, Lucy Ann, allow. ance, Board of Supervisors allowance Caldwell ,Bettie, allowance, for Commonwealth Att'y Cumberland Tel. & Tel. Co. Withers, Lucy Ann, allow- 3.T1 C 6 ... .. ..,...--- . Helm, J. K. for attending . court, Petrey, Simon, attending court and committee ... work Dudderar, J. T., attending court and committee work Cooper, G. B.. making settlement with Sheriff as to Co. Levy, 1915, Bettie, Caldwell, Cumberland"TeiV&Tel. 6 Co. telephones etc. Petrey, Simon, committee .... ... work .. Camden, J. M., attending Dudderar, J. T. attending Withers, Lucy Ann, allow- - Jas. Neal, Peasley Galbert Co. globes etc., for court house Bettie, allowCaldwell, ance, Stanford Water Light & Ice Co.( water, lights etc. for court house Petrey, Simon, attending Campbell. Joseph, keeping .60 1.80 Mitin, John, 1 days work Hadiz, Conrad, 3 days work .60 1.80 Welch, Tim, 1 days work Oaks, J. R. 3 days work Camden, J. M. attending, 70 hours labor 8.75 .60 Edwards, Chas., 1 days work Oaks, William, 3 days work and 1 court, 5.60 George, 49 1-- 2 1.20 4.80 White, R. C, 2 days work days hauling Helm, J. K. for attending labor 8.30 .60 1.80 Cook, Sube, 1 days woTk Oaks, Claud, 3 days work court, ... 12.50 Jim, 20 hours .60 1.80 King, John, 1 days work Urban, J. M., 3 days work Dudderar, J. T., attending '-labor .60 1.80 Payne, James, 1 days work C.75 Seiz, Henry, 3 days work 502.69 Moore, George, 40 hours court, 3.00 .60 1.80 Rigsby, Grover, 1 days work Bergner, Paul, 3 days work Stanford Water Light & ,.... 4.00 labor 8.00 Mucker. Charles, 1 days work . .60 Ice Co., water etc., Martin, Ed. 20 hours 1.00 Burgner, Julius, 3 days work and 3 6.00 .60 7.80 Hendricks, Ike, 1 days work days hauling 282.47 Lexington Paper Company ment labor 3.25 2.50 .60 3.40 Newland. Albert, 1 days woTk Logan, toilet paper, 15.00 E. St. Louis Bridge Co., 3.38 C, 30 hours 3.25 Same, 228 Jeet lumber Delaney, Alfred, 1 days work .60 ; 285.03 2 bridges etc.,- labor .25 Hertel, Occar, dynamite and nails..... 2.20 3.75 .60 1.80 Elam. John, 1 days work Best, Speed, 25 hours $16,873.14 American Stone & Ballast 3.00 7.25 Skidmore, Chas., 3 days work 1.20 1.80 Perkins, Wm., 2 days work . 191.95 Cook, Hardin, 3 days work Co., crushed stone labor 7.75 3.15 1.20 1.80 Johnson, Adam, 2 days work TURNPIKE CLAIMS Riffe, J. L. McKee, amount Bosley, Ike, 20 hours 3.00 9.75 Mason, Lewis, 3 days work .60 1.80 Severance, Wm., 1 days work 122.39 paid hands, Earnst, Barney, 3 days work labor 3.00 2.50 ambry, S. J., 2 3-- 4 days 1.80 1.80 Blanton, M. S., 3 days work Sparks, W. J., crushed Peyton Frank, 6 2' hours 3.00 1.25 Skidmore, Alonzo, 3 days work hauling, 4.80 1.80 1.80 Moore, Osborne, 3 days work 107.50 stone labor .25 Ballard. John, 3 days work 8.15 Anderson, H. C, 2 1-- 6 rods 1.80 Lefever, John, 3 days work and 20 G. F., stone con3 days work Thomas, Morris, 80 hours 3.00 .25 Ballard, Kenley, 22.75 Gooch, . loads gravel - 2.80 1.80 153.70 tract, . labor ... Traylor, E. C, 3 1-- 2 days 10.00 1.50 Skidmore, Fred, 3 days work 1.80 1.80 Wilson, James, 3 days work Riffe, J. L. McKee, amount work Hester, V., 67 2 hours hauling with, two hands 8.75 Gouley, Andy, 3 days 1.80 28.27 1.80 Wilson, John, 3 days work paid hands Mullins, W. T., 3 days work hauling 374.00 on pike 11.87 .1 2.5C 20.25 . 1.80 Fields, W. M., lumber and 1.80 Edwards, Harve, 3 days work Foreman, Smith, 50 hours Fields, W. M., surveying 7.50 Hale, Vergil, 3 days work 1.80 . 157.20 committee work, 1.80 Armstrong. Chas.. 3 days work labor 12.50 33.00 . 6.00 JJIACO) 4.50 Jenkins, Cyrus, 3 days work 8.00 Deathridge. Henry , 35 Walter, H. C, ditching, .... 1.80 Edwards, W. E., 3 days work, 2 days Geiszl, Gus, 15 rods stone .50 Hatfield, Leslie, 3 days work .. hauling 5.80 Riffe, J. L. McKee, amount 1.80 hours labor 3.00 Crab Orchard and Lan4.38 May, O. L. .25 Jassen, Emil, 3 days work 48.76 Harris, Henry, 72 hours 5.60 paid hands Freeman, F. B., building bridge 1.80 165.00 caster pike Nichols, W. M .25 Hatfield, Hollie, 3 days work Same amount paid hands 3.00 50.04 Bryant Raymond, work on bridse labor 3.00 Nunnelley, A. T., hauling .a 9.00 O'Bannon, W. B. 6.50 Hatfield, Harmon, 1 2 days work and 1.80 Warner & Bower, repair Denson. Ivan, 3 days work 1-Miller, Jack, 87 hours 3.90 days hauling 1 1.50 day, 2 Perry, G. G 8.75 1.80 ing engine, 7.70 Denson, D., 3 days work labor .j 3.00 Robinson, J. T.. work on Hatfield, Robert, 3 days work and 2 10.88 Peyton, J. F. 2.00 1.80 Martin, Jesse, 25 hours 5.80 Genton. Lewis. 3 days work 1.50 Riffe, J. L. McKee, amount scraper, days hauling Pipes, M. Lee 4.25 1.80 Tschantz, Fred. 3 days work paid hands 127.80 labor 3.27 Wright, J. H., 3 1-- 2 days Bastin, John, 3 days work and 2 days work 1.80 3.13 Phillips, M. M. Jessweine, Jacob, 3 4.25 63.60 Tucker, Lomas, 80 hours 1.80 6.80 Reynolds, John, 3 days work 10.50 Same amount paid hands hauling on pike, days hauling 3.25 Pruitt, R. C Same amount paid hadds 178.76 1.80 Chas., 3 days work Jessweine, labor .., 5.00 Adams, D. R. 20 2-- 3 yds. 10.OO Southard, D. B. .. Carson, M. B., 1 days work and 1 .25 Routt, B. E., balance on l.SO Anderson, Arch, 3 days work Way-nesbu- rg Farris, Geo., 90 hours 2.60 . stone Stanford & days hauling .. 4.00 Steele, J. R 1.SO concrete work 57.47 labor 30.67 .60 Noaks, Aron, 3 days work pike, sec. 4, .... 15.75 Sinpleton, T. H. .. 10.50 Grubbs, Mat, 1 days work 1.80 Riffe, J. L. McKee, amount Harris Charley, 3 days work Roberts, J. L., 85 hours 59.07 Baugh, J. G., 35 yds. .60 .50 Weddle, A. J., 1 days work Tardif, W. D 1.8 paid hands, 120.00 Harris, Melvin, 3 days work labor ... gravel, sec. 7, Stanford Will, 1 days work and 1 Reynolds, 10.63 Thompson, C. M. 12.25 Same amount paid hands 1.8 61.00 Deathridge, Eugene 90 Anderson, Charley, 3 days worl: 22.75 3.00 and Waynesburg pike, 2.60 days hauling 2.75 Warren, Bradford Same amount paid hands 101.25 liO hours labor . Same, 26 2-- 5 yds. stone .60 Murrel. Davis, 3 days work 22.50 Carson, W. A 55.50 Reynolds, Luther, 1 days work 1.8 Southern Tent and Awning Bentz, Oscar, 3 days work Moore, George, 103 hours sec. 5, Stanford and 12.00 .60 Frank, 1 days work '23.50 Rum-1IBlain, Miss Kate Co., cook tent, 40.00 l.S B., 3 days work labor ... 28.00 .... Waynesburg pike, 20.60 Younjr, C. M 1.20 Middleton, W. 13.75 Carton, E. V., 2 days ork E. H. Balking Co., "I" Tschantz, Will. 3 days work and 2 Hocker, Joe, 92 hours Conn Bros, assigned to 1G.75 Carson, M. B., 1 days work and A. Beams etc., 3.? 807.00 days hauling labor .. 20.00 National Bank, 11.50 Wnlfr, Gahe B 2.75 days haiiling 1.60 Boggs and Forbis plans Morgan. A. 19.50 1.3ft Gill, A., 42 hours labor Carpenter, J. G.. Jr., 3 days wwrk Baugh, J. G., 103 yds, 5.25 Edmiston, John 1.20 I 37.75 Coffey, Jas. T., 2 days work and specification 674.00 Adams, Tom, 90 hours 1.3ft Johnson, Thos.. 3 days work gravel, sec. 1 and 2, on 500.00 1.20 Case, J. I. & Co., assignee 20.25 Campbell, W. H., 2 days work Gooch. Miss Alice . Frazier, W. L., 3 days work, 2 days labor King's Mt. and Pleasant 13.50 Bailey, 1.20 Gus Geizle pike contract HwSu 96.00 Murnhy, .25 Martin, Jesse, 2 days work Rowanna hauling and 15 loads travel O., 97 hours 66.95 Point pike, 2.00 days hauling and 1 The Whalan Foram Co., Hrown, Mr. IJnia .25 Alartin, K. L., 2 l.Sft Bogie, James, 3 days work labor Bartels, August, 103 yds, 14.55 . 6.50 30 loads gravel side walls etc., 44.00 Holley, .25 Burch. Mary F. i.se 3 days work Wm., 112 hours gravel, sec. 2. C. O. and 21.00 1.20 Wallin, Jake, Cooper, Elmer, 2 days work The Champion Bridge Co. Cook, Lizzie ... 1.00 i.e labor Johnson, A. 3 days work 78.75 Lancaster pike, 22.40 r... 1.20 Balance on bridge near Cohrell, Majrgie .75 Martin, E. P., 2 days work Cordier, W. L. 85 hours nderson. A. J., 3 days' work 3.00 Same, 6 yds, gravel, on 1 days work and 13 W. E. Keeton, 400.00 1.5ft 2.75 Lutes, Greeley, hauling dams. Dave, 3 days' work. Preachersville and Gar25.00 Crow, Mary 7.80 . 1.75 loads gravel 1.54 Delaney, Martha Ann 2.50 Gaine?. B. W 80 hours county pike, Elam, W. M., 3 days work 4.44 Boggs & Forbis, surveying rard 1.50 days work 1.3ft Stanford and Waynes-pik- e, hauling .25 Camcnisch. Chris., 2 "Wren, Cleve, 3 days' work 24.00 Ellis. Mrs. T. J. 35.00 Davis, C. P., 30 yds, grav1.80 Charley, 3 days work 183.60 Humble, Alfred, 10 hours 1.8 .... .25 Reichenbach, Graves, Lilly el, sec. 3, Turnersville Wren, Eve, 3 days work 1.20 Reichenb3ch, John, 2 days work 1.3ft labor .25 15.00 Burch, W. S.. Co. Att'y, ex and M. C. pike Wren. Beeler. 3 days work 1.25 Gooch, Matilda 3.00 days work and Cooper, R. H., 1 pense to Frankfort and Roberts, Luther, 30 hours Owsley, Albert, 3 days work.. Hayes, Delia .50 James, Henry, 115 yds. 3.90 1 days hauHng Mt. Vernon, 25.00 1.3ft Cooper, 3 days work labor stone, sec. 1 and 2 1.25 3.75 Hill, Jane 9.00 1.20 Hnmher. Henry, s dsys "work Hamilton, Burke, 2 days work McKinney, Walter & John James, Jim, 15 hours lift Humber, Stanford & Otte.heim Hopkins Elizabeth .50 1.20 Camenisch, John, 2 days work 2 4 rods excess grav' 1.8ft labor .... pike, 131.10 Fish, Albert, 3 days work .25 1.88 Jones, Melvina . 3.00 Coffman, Sam, 3 days work and 1 days el, 21.80 Cordier, W. L., 5 days l.Sft Same, 100 yds, gravel, sec. Davis, Boss 3 days work Logan, Mannie Kate .25 2.35 STATE AID l.SO hauling & Ottenheim 3 Stanford Dishon, J. W., 3 days work 15.00 Mann, Maria E. .50 Terry, 50.60 .55 Guest, Logan, 3 days work I. G., 1 days hauling l.S Curtis. Clyde, 80 hours pike, 48.00 Adams, Thos., 110 hours Saulter, Bettie .25 r 1.80 Hertel, Oscar, dynamite and caps Eason, Archie, 3 days work .'.. 16.50 labor, 1.3ft hauling 24.00 Thurman, America .25 12.50 McCowan, Geo., 25 yds, 1.05 Maybrier, Henry, 3 days hauling.. Eason, Wm., 21 loads gravel Vardeman, Geo., 50 hours 6.eo Curtis. Sherley, 80 hours gravel, sec. 2, Stanford Taylor, Beck .'. .25 Privett, Fount, 52 loads gravel 2.60 Gerkey .Will 3 days hauling o.no labor, 12.50 hauling and Knob Lick pike 17.50 24.00 Walls, Lucinda 12.00 .75 1.00 Maybrier, Floyd, H., 20 loads gravel Wade, J. B., 27 hours .90 Delaney, John, 46 hours Lovell, C. W., 77 11-2- 7 J. B., 11-- days work Woods, Esther . .50 Brown, John, 3 days work 1.80 Young. hauling, 11.10 1.80 labor John W., 3 days work yds. stone, sec. 2, Stan5.75 Phifer, Emma .25 Brock, Wm., 3 days work 1.80 Gerkey, Joseph, 3 days work, and 12 1.88 Vardeman, Geo., 30 hours hours ford and Somerset pike 109.15 Same, 15Henry laborhours 35.00 Bailey, Rowanna .75 Trice, John, 3 days work 1.80 75 Harris, 2.4 ft labor ... 7.50 Cook, Lizzie loads Tock Montgomery, John, 161 .75 Trier, George, 3 days work 1.80 Tonng, C. M., 3 days work. labor, 9.38 Louisville & Nashville R., 1.80 yds. stone, sec. 3 on 175.00 Colwell, Mapsie 1.00 Trice, Seth 3 days work James, Jim, 90 hours lab- l.SO Biter. Joseph, 3 days work 1.80 R. freight on stone 63.00 Crow, Mary Stanford & Hustonville 200.00 1.00 Welch, A. B., 3 days work 1.80 Bastin, John C, 3 days work U Crab Orchard Fair Asso1.80 201.25 Burkette, Jake, 105 hours Delaney, Martha Ann 3.25 Welch, J. C, 3 dajs work 1.80 Dunaway, Chas, 3 days work and 3 ciation water wagon 50.00 Grant, Sally 100.00 Montgomery, Geo., 125 .25 McKinney, Wm., 3 days work 13.13 Riffe Bros., hardware labor l.SO l.f. 15.15 Hays, Dolia loads of gravel yds. gravel sec. 1 on 205.00 .25 Ruff. ( eorge, 3 days work Lamb, J. A., 75 hours lab1.80 Reed, James 3 days work Hunn, A. P., 50 hours 1.80 McKinney 5.00 and South 9.13 or, 2.25 Walker, Tom, 3 d.iys work 1.80 Boone, J. 1L, 3 days work 1.SB hauling 15.00 Hill, Jane 93.75 Snears, .Joe, 85 hours lab-o- r Fork pike, Hopkins, Elziabcth 1.00 Singleton, A. L., 3 days work 1.80 Shanks, Nat 3 days work 1.SO Louisville & Nashville R., Montgomery, W. C. 88 4 500.00 10.63 .25 Robinson, 1.80 143ft R. freight on stone ill, 3 days work 36.00 Hoskins, Becky le yds. stone, sec. 2, Goode, Joseph, 5 hours Jone, Malvina Mobley, Wm., 30 hours work .50 Hubble, Peirl, 3 da 1.80 Hays, Clarence, 3 days work . & Coffey's Mill 3.25 hauling, 1.50 .25 Dunham, T. J. 3 days work and 3 days' labor . 3.75 Johnson, Mary Goetz, Fred, 3 days work and puttJns pike, 127.10 Moore, Geo., labor 1.00 Nunnelley, A. T., 120 Rose, Catherine 3.05 .25 hauling J..3 in culvert 3.00 Same. 47 yds. stone, sec. 3 Same, 35 hours labor, 4.38 1.80 Wentzel, John 3 days work 1J50 ' hours hauling .25 Denham, Virgil, 3 days work 36.00 Sanders, America Hustonville & Coffey's Hunn, A., 50 hours hauling l.SO Henzen, Emil, 1 days work 1.80 .25 Denham, John, 3 days work 15.00 Saulter, Bettie 65.80 Miller, Jack, 45 hours labMill pike, 3.00 or, 5.63 Spears. Joe, 50 hours Stewart, Mary . l.SO Stickler, Ernest, 3 days work 1.80 .25 Denham, C. J.t 3 days work Routon, James, 75 yds. Roberts, J. L. 95 hours lablabor 1.80 6.25 Simpson, Julia . .25 Douglass, Sam, 3 days work and 3 cravel Turnersville and Meimes, Anton, 3 days work. 3.00 11.88 Meridith, John, 5 hours or Sims, Mahala 1.80 days hauling McKinney pike, 1.00 56.25 Hildebrandt, Henry 3 days work Roberts, Luthur, 82 hours labor .63 Thurman, America 3 days work and 1.00 Douglass, Willie, 3 days work and 3 Routt, Geo., 35 yds. gravHildebrandt, J. 10.25 Cordier, W. L., 15 hours labor, 8.55 Vanarsdale, Sinda days hauling .25 el, Sec. 1, Turnersville days hauling 11.85 3 Smith, Foreman, 70 hours hauling 1.S1 4.50 Yocum, Sarah T & McCormack's Church .25 Yocum, Ballard, 2 days hauling and 58 Joe 3 Jays worl. 8.75 Blanton, Alfred, 30 hours labor 2.10 . 3.54 Traub. Chas.. 110 fet lumber .. Acton, J. M loads of gravel .50 nike 17.50 Chancellor, Geo., 21 hours 300.00 l.Sfl labor 3.75 Alcorn, Edward Tapp. Chas, 3 davs wnrk Singleton, W. M., 200 yds 3.50 Baugh, R. L. 3 days work, 400 feet hauling 6.30 Moberly, Wm., 43 hours l.SO Stanford-Way-nesbu- rg 6.00 Parrish, Wm., 3 day work .Acton, T. J 12.50 lumber ... .25 gravel Martin, B. P., 128.9 cu. 1.50 labor . dr.ys work.. 5.38 Acton, J. B Boone, W. C, 2 pike 1.25 Carpenter, Bright, 3 Jays work and 130.00 yards stone 7.73 Hummel, 1.80 Herbert, 38 3.54 Carpenter, AlfrcJ, 3 days work.. Amon, J. A. hauling ' 3 days 3.00 Same, 50 yds, gravel King's .50 Ham, Adams, 10 hours 1.50 hours labor 4.35 Brown, E. J Brent, Thos, 2 12 day. wrrk -& Duncan pike 3.75 Carpenter, John, 3 days work and 2 32.50 Mountain labor 1.25 Louisville & Nashville R., 6.00 2.94 Swone. Alfred 3 days hauling hauling days Barker, J. C. Singleton, Josiah, 35 yds. 3.00 Murphy, O., 85 hours la1.80 R freight on stone 1.80 Maxwell, Henry, 3 days work 120.00 Bryant, M. G 150.00 gravel, sec. 6 Stanford . 4.75 Austin, Nick, 3 days work 12.85 Louisville & Naphville R., bor Joshua, 3 days work and days work Harness, Caldwell, A. K. 22.75 Cormely, Wm., 115 hours and Waynesburg pike,.. 8.75 Austin, Wm., 2 5.SO R freight on stone 48.00 Carpenter, J. G. 36.25 Smith. Z. P., 60 yds. grav1.80 davs haulintr 2.75 Myers, Clarence, 3 days work 14.38 Moore, Geo., 118 hours labor 2.00 game, 1 days hauling 3 days work Carpenter, A. R. el, Hustonville & McKinJ. 3.75 Sluder, Everett, Hunn, A. P. 101 hours lalabor 22.60 Childress, W. J. 100.00 1.80 Brown, J. H., 3 days work and 2 days Walls, Dick,,, 3 days work 48.00 ney pike, . .J. 3.00 bor 30.30 Lee, Andrew, 25 hours 5.80 " 5.00 Same. 100 yds, gravel, sec, 1.80 hauling Creech, C. B. .75 Howard, E. M., 3 days work Warner. W. K.. packine labor 3.13 Dunlap, Fayette Smock, Willie, 3 days work and 2 2 McKinney and South Playforth, Henry, 3 days work and one .25 for pump valve 3.30 Cordier, W. L., 119 hours 5.8 2.88 . 3.13 days hauling 50.00 Louisville & Nashville R. ..Fork pike, days hauling. Elliott, W. M .25 hauling 35.70 Edmiston, Wm. J. 1.80 1.14 McAlister, L. A., 3 days work Smith, Oliver, 2 days hauling Russell, Arthur, 100 yards R. freight on stone .... 93.00 Same 99 hours hauling 9.50 29.70 Floyd. D. S. 1.8C . 1.80 Benge, Anderson, 3 days work 3 days work gravel, Carpenters Sta. Tucker, Lewis, 65 hours .25 Cannon, Walter, Curtis. Clyde, 110 hours 14.75 . 1.80 &. Moreland Magby, Inet, 3 days work, 1 days 59.00 pike, Watson, W. R., 3 days work . labor 8.13 4.75 hauling 33.00 Grider, Frank 1.80 2.35 Brown, Amos 3 days work . Riffe. J. L. McKee, amount Grivelly, James J. . Hale, George, 26 hours .. 2.50 Curtis, Sterling, 110 1.75 1.80 days work, 2 69.85 F. W., 2 paid hands for labor, .. Brown, Wa;iJ, 3 days wo.-hauling 7.80 9.75 hours hauling 33.00 Harmon, Jno. A. 1.80 rlc .. 6.55 Brown, Wil' 3 dys days hauling and 1 load gravel Same, amount paid hands Farris, George, 4 pick Hammonds J. T. . 1.75 Givens. B. W., 110 hours 1.80 days work 251.88 1.50 Brown. V. H., 3 days work Flaughcr, Jacob, 2 for labor, . 1.00 handles .25 hauling . 33.00 Hunn, W. B. 4.59 Same, amount paid hands 1.80 days work 1.50 Brown, W. W., 3 days work Stratton, Jake, 2 Higgins, W. H., Isaacs, H. H. 5.40 Hunn, A. P., 78 hours ' 1.50 1.80 116.57 Bailey Garage, 6hardware days work, 200 Rogers, Charley, 3 days work Davis, Barney, 2 for labor lbs car2.75 hauling . 23.40 Johnson, Wm. l.SO 12.50 Givens, B. W., 19 rods of 5.00 Gooch, G. F., 3 days work feet lumber bine Jones, L. J. 1.50 Nunnellev, A. T., 22 9.00 1.80 65.50 Dearthridge, Alfred 50 stone, 1.50 Revnolds. J. M., 3 days work Miracle, Elihu, 2 2 days work 1.50 hours haulmcr . 6.60 Kjnnaird, J. B. 1.80 3.00 Riffe. J. L. McKee, amount 1.20 Denny, W. M.. 3 days work Burke, C, 2 days work ' 6.25 Same 22 hours hauline hours labor .25 6.60 McWilliams, W. E. l.SO 6.00 paid hands for labor 1.20 Smith, W. F., 3 days work Stratton. Joe, 2 days work Cordier, W. L., 215 hours Morris, J. T. Albright, R. L., 98 hours . 2.75 1.8W 191.38 1.20 Piayforth, W. R., 3 davs work and ditching Hale, Lay, 2 days work hauling 64.50 hauling .25 29.40 Middleton, D. R. 1.80 3.00 Same amount paid hands, Br.iley, Hollis, 3 days work 117.75 Fowle N. W. coal for Terry, Edward, 2 days work and 1 Moreland, J. C. . Powell, Dick, 19 hours .25 1.80 139.74 Same amount paid hands. 2.70 Braley, R. E. 3 days work days hauling engine 24.68 hauling 11.75 Kirkpatrick, 5.70 O'Bannon, W. B. 1.80 3.00 Same amount paid hands 43.30 Deathridge, Eugene, 130 1.20 A.Jiott, E. E. 3 da- -f work Jas., 2 days work Murnhy, O., 110 hours Perry, G. G 10.25 1.80 Same amount paid hands 1.20 Scott. Walker, !? days work Hazlett, James, 2 days work hours labor 32.50 labor 16.50 Peton, J. F .50 Baugh, Charles, 1 1-1.80 291.18 Curtis, Clyde, 71 hours 2 material and hauling days work .90 Urtisley. C. C r days work Holley, W. M., 119 hours Pipes, M. Lee ..... 8.50 Griffin, John, 2 days work 1.80 65.00 Same amount paid hands 130.95 P II.. 3 days work 1.20 HuM-ard- . hauling . 21.30 labor 23.80 Phillips, M., M. 1.75 Davis, James, 2 days work 1.80 267.34 James, Jim, 5 hours labor Same amount paid hands 1.20 Playforth, Ilobert 3 da.--s work .63 Deathridge, E., 128 hours Prewitt. R. C. ... 3.00 Green, James, 2 days hauling and 2 1.50 days work 31.00 Same amount paid hands 2 137.36 Murphy, O. D., 15 hours Playforth, labor 32.00 Reid, Hugh 1.00 340.20 Same amount paid hands 4.10 Lamb, B. F.f 3 days work and 1 days loads gravel labor 2.25 Vandeveer, Geo., 13 Smith, James Britton 3.8(1 6.50 Terry, Jack, 1 days hauling 125.00 Routt & Martin, 2 concrete .. 1.50 hauling " Delaney, John, 115 hours hours labor 3.25 Southard. D. B. 2.25 Griffin, John, 1 days work 1.80 65.10 culverts, Lamb J. D.. 3 days work .60 labor 14.38 Adams, Tom, 110 hours " Steele, J. R. 1.8 4.00 Griffin, F. B., 2 days work Newland, M. C, surveying 1.20 Lamb, Roy, 3 days work Curtis, Sherley, 71 hours labor 16.50 Singleton, T. H. 15.85 9.25 Dishon, W. M., 3 days work, 4 loads 1.80 20.00 Waynesburg pike 3 days .r Hasty, hauling 21.30 Harris, Harry, 105 hours Thompson, C. M 14.75 Holtzclaw, B. D., 15C0 feet 2.00 Simpso.1, Adron 3 d.y wcrk and 1 Gaines, B. W., 102 hours J"labor 13.13 Warren, Bradford 50.00 3.80 26.00 .50 Dishon, Leslie, 3 days work lumber days hauling 1.80 hauling 30.60 Miller, Jack, 104 hours Willis, R. L Riffe, J. L. McKee, lumber .25 Dishon, Albert, 3 days work 1.80 Howard, Ben 3 days work and 1 days 1 day Smith, Foreman, labor . . 13.00 Watkins, W. F. 30.00 85.08 3.80 .50 Plummer, J. R., 3 days work and 2 hauling for pike, labor 1.25 Roberts, J. L. 109 hours 110.53 Albright, R. L., 10 hours pike 1.80 Carson, Wm. A. 52.25 Same, lumber for 5.80 Turner. Bruce 3 days work days hauling labor 13.63 Blain, Miss Kate 1.8(1 5.00 Same amount paid hands. 105.95 . 26.75 Plummer, Lillard, 3 days work and Howard. John G., 3 days work hauling 3.00 Blanton, Alfred, 105 102.08 Same, 100 hours hauling 1.8 Young, C. M. Same, amount paid hands 12.50 5.80 Griffin, Frank 3 days work 2 days hauling 30.00 hours labor . 13.13 Walter. Gabe A. 2'.75 Rout & Martin, making 1.8C Long, Wm.. 3 days work 16.50 Plummer, James 3 days work, 3 days Vardeman, Geo., 20 hours Spears, Joseph, 103 hours ' Morgan, A. B 18.00 7.00 Shaftr, Chas., 3 days work l.S 137.50 hauling 24 loads gravel concrete bridge labor 5.00 labor 12.88 Edmiston, John 41.00 1.8C Riffe. McKee. amount paid 1.80 Holdeman, W. T., 3 days work Deatheridge, Eugene,. 30 15.75 Denny, A. C, 3 days work '' Gocch, Alice Hocker, Joseph, 115 hours 100.70 1.81 62.15 1.80 Helton, Morgan, 3 days work Denny, Roscoe, 3 days work hours labor 7.50 labor 14.38 1.81 Murphy, W. M 3 days work -- $719.50 Higgins, W. H., material Total Vital Statistics Allowed- 1.80 Frazier, Benson, 3 days work Cordier, W. L., 20 hours Roberts, Luther, 105 5.00 1.8 21.35 - hours labor 1.80 Hoskins, Charley, 3 days work . for Dikes, Frazier, Osker, 3 days work hauling 6.00 13.13 1 8! Rogers Geo., 3 days work DIRT ROAD CLAIMS Riffe, McKee, amount paid 1.20 Estes, Robert, 2 days work 10 hours Hill, Wesley, James, Jim, 105 hours 2.75 1.80 132.25 hands 1.20 Shafer, II., 3 days work Efctes, George, 2 days work labor 1.25 labor 13.13 Thompson, Chas., 3 days work $ 1.80 1.80 days work .30 Walden. Dave. 3 days work Ehtes, Chas. F., Rout & Martin, bridge on Curtis, Clyde, 5 hours Delaney, John, 113 hours 1.80 Hays, James, 3 days work hauling .... .60 Hendnckson, T. J., 3 days work and 1 Stanford & Waynesburg Estes, W. P., 1 days work . 1.50 labor 13.13 Adams, James, 3 days work 1.80 100.70 4.80 days hauling 80.48 Curtis, Sterling, 7 hours pike Estes, T. M., 2 days work Tucker, Lewis, 113 hours 1.80 Smith. W. R., 3 days work 1.80 Brown, Charley, 3 days work hauling Carrier, Vergil, 2 days work and 1 2.10 Riffe. J. L. McKee, amount labor 14.13 Menefee, W. W. 3 days work 12.50 1.80 1.80 o 0 Wilburn, Rufus, 3 days wor . days hauling 146.25 Sparks, W. J. Co., 506 cu. paid hands, Gill. Alex, 60 hours 1.80 Carrier, Clint, 2 days work 1.80 Harness. James, 3 days work yards crushed stone 69.60 1.20 Wren, L. B., 3 days work 253.00 Same amount paid hands labor , 7.50 Bnimmett, E. P., 3 days work 225.00 1.80 Sims, Oscar, 2 days work 1.80 5 hours 78.92 Cormely, Wm., 120 Graham, E. W., 3 days work Foreman, Smith, 108 Same amount paid hands Charley, 3 days work 1.80 Sims, Clarence, 2 1.80 1,30 Helton, Farmer, 3 days work days work 392.20 .63 labor Same amount paid hands hours labor 13.50 DeBorde, Jack, 3 days work 5.00 i , 1.80 Sims, Cicero, 2 Burchett. days work Spears, Joseph, 5 hours Farris', Geo., '90 hours 150 Hendrickson, G. P., 3 days work and 3.00 Fields. W. M., 15,600 feet . 11.61 1.80 Estes, Sam, 2 days work r.u- fot himlier and nails NVal, Henry, 3 days work j..i;ii 312.00 labor .... .62 lumber, labor 15.75 Thompson, W. M. 3 days work 4 days 1.80 Walls, Walter, 3 days work 1 g0 j Hooker, John, 3 days work and Blanton, Alfred, 25 hours McKee, amount Padgett, John, 75 hours 12.50 Riffe. J. L. 9.80 days work ' 98.82 1.80 Walls, Jacob, 2 days work haulms labor .... paid hands, 3.13 1.20 labor 9.38 Rogers, Jack, 3 3 days work 1.80 Austin, Clarence, 2 days work and 1 Miracle, Chas., 3 days work and 2 days Cummins, John, Deathridge, Alfred, 5 Chappell, J. A., 6 days labCormely, Wm., 80 hours 3.00 ... 5.80 hauling 1.80 days hauling -- t .62 hours labor 2.70 12.00 or measuring gravel, .... labor 10.00 Wallin, John, 3 days work 1.80 1.80 Austin, Jason, 2 days work Cummins, J. C, 3 days work Riffe, Bros., dynamite and 1.20 Miracle, Grover, 3 days work. Adams, Tom, 65 hours Riffe. J. L. McKee, amount 1.80 Terry, Chas., 3 days work 1.80 Wilcher, G. W., 2 days work George, 3 days work caps 39.90 128.69 paid hands, 1.20 labor . 8.15 Wilson, 6.001 Same amount paid 1.80 75 Leeper, George, 2 days work days work Price, Jim, 1 77.37 Gaines, B. W., 10 hours 1.20 Montgomery, L. C. 3 days work Lamb, J. A., 10 hours hands 1.80 Livingston, Ike, 3 days work 1.80 Smith, Edgar, 2 days work Oscar, 3 days work hauling 3.00 ., Same amount paid hands 128.08 1.20 labor 1.25 Simpson, 1.80 1.80 Smith, Ebelee, 2 days work Adams, Chas. 3 days work Same amount paid hands 1.20 Young, Lucian, 3 days work 64.50 Padgett, Joseph, 25 hours Price, J. V., blacksmith 6.00 1.80 Floyd, Horace, 3 days work . 1.80 Fletcher, Arch, 2 days work Bryan, 3 days work 3.12 Same amount paid hands .... labor 1.20 85.70 account 28.65 Simpson. 1.80 Same amount paid hands 433.95 Roberts, John, 5 hours Higgins, W. H., dynamite 1.80 Starnes, Thos., 3 days work . Simpson, J. L., 3 days work and 2 Inyart, John, 3 days work 1.80 Wilder. J. H 3 days work 6.80 Lucas, Azeriah, 2 days work . Same amount paid hands .63 labor 646.77 1.20 days hauling and fuse 65.68 25.00 Same amount paid hands 98.64 Delaney, John, 10 hours 1.20 Hooker, John, lumber, rock and gravel 10.00 Lucas, Ed, 2 days work Camden, W. C, blackPierce, P. T., 3 days work and lum3.00 Same amount paid hands 1.25 labor ... 162.60 days work 5.10 Privett, Claude, 2 1.20 Davjs, Barney, bridge lumber smith account ber, S3.30 15.20 5.00 2.00 Same amount paid hands 181,99 Wade, J. B., 5 hours 1.80 Flaugher, Jacob, lumber etc i Griffin, Edgar, 3 days work Fowle, N. W., coal 68.22 Shackelford, J. K., 2 days work, 1 day 1.80 1.50 Martin, B. P., 542.8 yards labor .... ..... 4.00 Hale, Wm., 3 days work 9.95 Griffin, J. T., 2 days haiiling hauling and 450 feet lumber 4.71 Sparks, W. J., crushed 1.80 Robbins, Jack, 3 days work stone, 496.00 Hunn, A. P., 5 hours ..... rock 1.80 Elliott, Luther, 3 days work, 1 days 32.54 Rogers, Walter, 3 days work . 1.80 Hurst, Killery, 3 days work. American Stone & Ballast hauling 1.50 Indian Refinery Co., hauling, 40 loads gravel, nails 6.28 2.00 Harness, James, 1 days hauling 19.00 1.80 Co., crushed stone 338.98 Curtis, Clyde, 7 days gallons gasoline 2.40 Breedlove, John 3 days work 9.00 Adams. Green, 3 days work . 1.80 Elliott, S. G., 58 loads gravel 1.80 Elliott, Albert, 3 days work Riffe. J. L. McKee, amount , hauling 21.00 Phillips Bros., 95 56-1Sims, F. N., 2 days hauling and 12 Adams, W. T., 3 days work, 1 da 3.00 1.80 paid hands 268.22 Curtis, Sherley 6 1-- 2 days cu. ft. concrete loads gravel 2.10 Hale, Dollie, 3 days work 32.27 4.00 hauling and nails Gerkey, O. C, 3 days work and 2 days Routt & Martin part payhauling 19.50 Sparks, W. J., 1,436 cu. Sims, Sam, 1 days hauling 1.50 3.00 3.00 Anderson, J. L., bnilding bridge 5.80 hauling t ment on concrete, 150.00 Louisville & Nashville R. yds. crushed stone 718.00 Turner, James, 3 days work 1.80 Walls, Jack, 1 days Aauhcg, 2 days 1.80 Jones, H. H., 3 days work Riffe. J. L. McKee, amount R., freight on stone .... 75.00 Bruce, Miss Mary, for work 3.20 1.80 12.50 Turner, Oi;'o 3 days Vork 1.80 i paid hands, 330.62 Holley, Wm., 50 hours stamps . 4.00 Dowell, Green, 3 days work .60 Jackson, J. M., 3 days work 1.80 Price, Ray, 1 days work Same amount paid hands 1.80 Hollar, Ira 3 days work 93.08 labor 10.00 Deathridge, Eugene, 12 1.50 Same amount paid hands, 1.80 Edwards, G. W., 1 days work and Dowell, Virgil, 3 days work r. ,.,. ! 1.80 Reed, John 3 days work 249.52 Roberts, J. L., 20 hours hours work 2.40 Dowell, Sim, 3 days work 1.80 1 days hauling; spikes 3.85 Young, G. W., 2 days work ,, American Stone & Ballast 1.80 labor 2.50 Louisville & Nashville R. days work . .30 1.80 Price, Garner, Oaks, Lewis, 3 days work 6.90 Co., crushed stone, 81.89 Deathridge, E., 40 hours Young, Jake, 3 days work 1.80 R. freight on stone 54.00 Rector, H. K., 3 days work Butt, Thos., 507 feet lumber 8.61 1.80 Fields. W. M., 16,504 feet 1.80 labor 10.00 - Baugh, Russell, 3 days work N., 2 days hauling, 236 Williams, J. King Speed, 1 days work 5.00 . 330.08 Murphy, O., 20 hours as lumber. Young, Arthur, 3 days work 1.80 $22,160.46 5.72 Edwards, G. W., 1 days work feet lumber . .60 The Gatlin Mfg. Co., re. foreman Baugh, Sam 3 days work 1.80 13.50 John, 3 days hauling and 3 Payne, Harrison, 1 days work Britton, .60 Yonng, pairs on grader, 32.50 Adams, Thos., 80 hours 1.50 W. 0., 2 2 days work VITAL STATISTICS CLAIMS AL days plowing 12.00 Martin, Robert, 1 days work .60 . ,10.00 106.54 Riffe, J. L. McKee, amount labor 1.80 Fleming, Oscar 3 days work I LOWED Ltishbeie. Josenh. 3 davs work 1.80 Martin, Leonard, 1 days work .60 paid hands, .. 229.25 Hocker, Joseph, 70 hours I Alcorn, Dr. Edward .'.. $ 2.50 Sabel, John, 3 days work 1.80 Lane, Robert, 1 days work . (Continued on Page Six) .60 ., 3.00 Same amount paid hands Same amount paid hands 3.00 Same amount paid hands Same amount paid hands 3.00 Bannon P. Pike Co Riffe, J. L. McKee, amount paid hands, 3.00 Brandris McCherry Supply Co., rock drill and equip32.96 280.24 labor 95.56 Gill, Al. 190.00 Farris, 134.91 hours 290.41 James, 0 . 1 . 1-- 1-- " ..-- 1 1-- 2 1-- 2 . , 2 2 1-- 2 2 . 2 1-- 2 L 1-- Hus-stonvil- ... x C 1-- 2 F.-v- in 1-- 2 0 0 . 1-- 2 haul-Davi- s, 2 2 k 1-- 2 2 2 . 2 1-- 2 , - . . 1-- 2 1-- 2 . 1-- 2 1-- 2 . . . 1-- 4 1-- 2 00 ........ ....... 1-- 2 1-- 2 1-- , 1-- i Eage Four The Interior Journal, Stanfoip, Kentucky: Friday, September 22, could have destroyed Mr. Beckham politically he would have been dead long ago, but in spite of its persistent abuse, slander and vituperation he enjoys the distinction of filling the highest office in the state, to which he was elected by the largest Democi'atic majority in thirty years. Elizabethtown News. 1916. Heard About iown Jesse Walter has been added to the staff of the New Stanford Drug Co. Wesley Embry, who has been in Men's Yfnr In I I mil Frankfort for several years, is now holding, down a nice position with a large corporation in Akron, O. Local Agent H. C. Carpenter sold model Maxwell touring car to D. M. Blackerby, on the Crab Orchard pike, this week. Fine - ml 1 iHmMms t Robert L. Slade, the best known tea and coffee drummer in the state, was here this week, with his trade. He reports business fine everywhere. will have a big sale on Wednesday, Oct. 8. Watch this paper for Ell Shoes J ferf m W G3CT1. IPJKMKEffilfiffiK GPL'MMtf J. H. and G. B. Pruitt, of- - More-lan- d MiWQilfiffimta MflTHnrorcr their advertisement. Dr. John Cook, the well known colored veterinarian, went over to Lexington this week, and took the state examination, through which he came with flying colors. Until you serve it9yii "will never s snow now mucn pleasure "can 0wb IS Joe Ellis, of West Lincoln, had the misfortune to have one of his ankles crushed at Danville court Monday. His horse fell with him and caused the trouble. ,. " 4 A million other women have learned what good coffee means they have solved this question in their homes for all time. And no matter how .good coffee itself is, if it isn't well taken care of, it makes a poor drink. Arbuckles. Coffee is put up in sealed, dust-pro- of Congressman David H. Kincheloe, of the Second district, who is a very eloquent speaker and one of the big guns on the stump in Kentucky for the democratic ticket this fall, will speak at Lancaster Monday afternoon. Sam J. Embry, Jr., who has been holding a position under the State Fair management at Louisville for a few weeks, has returned home and will probably matriculate at Central University in Danvile next week. He will be a "bear" on the C. U. foot ball and base ball teams if he does. 7 They know now that to get good coffee, the coffee itself must be right. There are hundreds of varieties of coffee grown. The coffee itself must be put up by men who knew coffee. Arbuckles' Coffee is. It is put up by Arbuckle Bros., the greatest coffee merchants in the world. There is more of it sold than any other coffee that is why they can afford to give you the biggest value for your money. packages, carefully wrapped to protect it from moisture, dirt and store odors. It arrives in your kitchen with all its original strength and flavor. v ' , Men are particular about their 'Sunday Shoes;" they want them good; they want them comfortable, and they must be good lookers. Men are learning how to fit their feet so they will be comfortable. Manufacturers are constantly changing and improving lasts and styles, but of all the times since, shoes were made, when it was necessary for a man to be onto his job to get the quality, it is during the Shoe people, one of the high war prices of today. The Walk-Ove- r largest consumers of leather and acknowledged the most widely known shoe in the world today, are putting the same quality of leather in their shoes and the prices are still in the reach of all $4, $4.50 and $5 the same quality as always; style and workmanship improved and price but little advanced. Our fall stock is here, the beautiful shades of dark tan, black calf and kid in any last from a young man's narrow English toe to the older man's wide Kentucky flat. Walk-Over- s at $4, $4.50 and $5 have the other fellows beaten this time let us show you. V Have in your home the enjoyment of drinking the coffee which, of all the coffees in America, is the most popular! Solve your coffee problem in the identical way a' million other women have. Serve Arbuckles' Coffee tomorrow know how much pleasure coffee can give. Trainmaster W. O: Gi Harlan, of the L. & -- The Interior Journal S. M. Sat-fley,- Entered at the postetjioe at Stanford, Ky., as second class mail matter. who is acquainted with the facts sufficiently to give the other side of the Question. Let's see whether the EniroB and Teopeietoe opponents of the president in Ken tucky are willing to have both sides SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Both issues a week, per year,.. .$1.50 Ij SI Twice a week, for eight months., -- 75c j Twice a week for six months Twice a week for three months, 40c Once' a week, either issue, per year. $i to all; pa- Subtcriptions are ,....,. i .c Vo., . ut- ..wye ..ucu ...mc m the latest efforts of the liquor press to destroy Mr. Beckham proved as matter presented to the vo- futile as the many others they have of the ters in such a fair and square way been continually making for the last ten years. as Mr. Rouse suggests. Uw..M h win bt AlrA William Jennings xiryaii ftll uianc several speeches for Wilson and Mar- shall in Kentucky on Oct. 19th. The reat commoner, always, witnout TTT-- ll 1 lieves he should be given credit for doing his own thinking." These are enough to show that A b The Courier Journal, in ghoulish glee, attacks Mr. Beckham this morning because he, with nine other Dem- F LemOCratlC T'ICKet 1 1 exception the true friend of the peo- pie, is working heart and soul for the ' success of the Democratic ticket. land is a tower of strength. j THE COURIER-JOURNA- L AND SENATOR BECKHAM (From Elizabethtown News.) The recent stupid attacks of the Louisville liquor newspapers upon For rrtfdfn' "Woodrow Wilson. Mr. Beckham because he voted with For Vice Pusident Thomas R Marshall. Republicans, to consider one bill beFor Consrttunati Harvey Helm. fore another in the Senate, have a decided boomerang, and Political Announcements proved utterly to even make a dent failed The Interior Journal is authorized to an- in the Senator's armor. riounce the following candidates for office sub-Not only has no sentiment been ject to the Democratic primary the first Sat- - created against Mr. Beckham beurday in August, 1917. (Announcement fee county office is S10: for district of cause of his vote, but a number of for each fice, $15; for city or magisterial office $5. No newspapers are coming to his deannouncement will be made until fee is paid fense. in advance.) Moreover, his supporters in the FOR SHERIFF present controversy are not confined J. H. LIVINGSTON. to those who have always been friendly to him, but number some paChairman Arthur Rouse of the of the strongest pers. Democratic Speakers' Bureau, has The Glasgow Times, which Supchallenged the republican campaign ported Mr. Stanley for the Senate committee to a series of joint de- against Mr. Beckham, and for Gov bates. So far the challenge has not ernor against Mr. McUhesney, says:' "The Terrible Spectacle of the been accepted. Unless it is, it will Courier-Journbranding Senator show beyond all doubt to men that the republicans realize Beckham as a traitor is one of the they have not an argument against Hideous Sights of these Dog Days. Woodrow Wilson to present to the To those acquainted with the record of his voters, which cannot be successfully jryet and disposed of by friends of old political harlot, it is to laugh at" the president. Campaign speakers its present performances." The Hopkinsville Kentuckian, anwill frequently say things wholly at journal, .devariance with the truth and endeavor other to prove them to men who are not clares : "The fact that Senator Beckham posted, if there is no one present was one of the ten Democrats who voted for immediate consideration of the Immigration Bill, in spite of the caucus decision to postpone it, does not necessarily imply that Senator Beckham is not a good democrat. It is not or ought not to be a partisan measure and Democrats may be exGall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of pected to differ upon the importance the Stomach and Intestines, of such questions. When President Yellow Jaundice, Ap- Wilson made it plain that he would present bill in not pendicitis and other fatal ailments formapprove the Beckham itspromptly Senator result from Stomach Trouble. Thou changed his vote. If we mistake not, Sufferers owe some of the Kentucky Congressmen sands of Stomach their complete recovery to Mayr's are opposed to the President's preare and yet Wonderful Remedy. Unlike any paredness plans, and have they been good democrats all For renominated. The Kentuckian did other for Stomach Ailments. by The Penny Drug Store, Stan- not support Mr. Beckham for the sale ford, Ky., and druggists everywhere. nomination for Senator, but it be -' 1 anti-Beckha- ocratic Senators, joined the Republicans in voting to consider the Immigration Bill before consideration of the Revenue Bill was completed. Last week Mr. Thomas and Mr. Johnson, two Kentucky Congressmen, Democratic were two of thirty-fiv- e Congressman, who voted to defeat the Navy Appropriation .Bill, which is one of the most important administration measures at the present ses sion. The Courier Journal did not fin'' it neccessary to attack Mr. Johnson and Mr. Thomas for their defection upon- the final consideration of this important measure, but they make an effort to pillory Mr. Beckham because he believed one bill should be considered before another. A larger per cent of the Democrats in the Senate voted with Mr. Beckham than did Democrats in the House with 7Ir. Johnson and Mr. Thomas. If the Courier Journal - m Overcome Chronic Constipation relieve, and that is all. And they call for increased dosage. A sensible treatment will arouse the liver and give tone and strength to the bowels. It is offered in Don't continue to create a bad habit of strong purgatives. They fair-thinki- ng al If l Gentlt.lptive week with the Sparks circus which was routed out of Stanford on time next stop. Mr. to Campbellsville Dilly is a very popular visitor to Stanford and likes the town so well that he has under serious consideration an invitation to malce this his home. reward to finder and for this ad Rev. Robert Lee Bussabarger, a HAVE about 800 acres of knob native of Shelby county, and a for- land for sale, very cheap: also a SOMERSET INVITES ALL THE SUNDAY-SCHOO- L WORKERS mer old K. U. base ball star at Lex- good farm of about 190 acres. Wm. ington, was elected as LANDGRAF, Wtynesburg, Ky. 70tf c, Somerset, often called The Gem City of the Mountains, .is situated member of the legislature from Washington county, Maine, in on the Queen and Crescent Railway about half way between Cincinnati SCHOOL taxes are now due. Six e cities of Kentucky. Last the recent election. Rev. Bussabar- per cent penalty goes on Oct. 1. and Chattanooga, is one of the live, year the citizens gave a hearty invitation to the Sunday-Schoger, who is pastor of the Christan Thos. H. Bronaugh, treasurer, Crab Associachurch in his town, is very dry, and Orchard Graded School District. 72-tion to hold its convention in 1916 at Somerset, and all during the year made his fight for strict enforcethe people have been looking forward to the time when the hosts would ment of the Maine prohibition laws. gather. The various committees are making arrangements so that the The Misses New-be- rn MILLINERY. stay of all will be pleasant, and now the invitation goes out to the individwill have their millinery openuals in all parts of the state to come and enjoy this convention. The George Wood, proprietor of Stan- ing at Hustonville, Saturday, Sept. Reception Committee will be on the lookout for you, and the Entertainford's Sanitary Meat Market is pre- 23. The ladies are cordially invited. 73-- 3 ment Committee will secure accommodations for you at rates ranging paring to paint his building pure from $1.25 to 2.00 a day. Write to Rev. C. H. Talbot, and tell him you white on the inside and make are coming and what you will want. My farm of 55 such that the old stand FOR RENT. will not be recognized. Mr. Wood is acres on Crab Orchard pike, one meeting with much encouragement mile of Walnut Flat. Mrs. Margasince he bought, out .the Huffman ret C. Ball, Lancaster, Ky., care of 73-4- F meat market and says he will han- Pence Bros. dle only the best quality of meats possible to'' secure. LOST. Four steers and heifer, out of pasture on Adam Carpenter's Logan R. Hughes returned Wed- place, on Milledgeville pike; gone nesday from Memphis, Term., where about a week. Reward for return he and his mother, Mrs. Julia Hughes to W. T. Tucker, Stanford. 74-- 2 were called on account of the critical illness of his brother, L. Wearen FOR SALE. A few extra nice Hughes, who is a typhoid fever victim. Mr. Hughes, who is City Pas- Kentucky Red Berkshire boars; senger Agent of the L. & N., at ready for service. Clover Bottom DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN Memphis, is thought to have con- Stock Farm, J. H. Wright, Propri-- j HIGHLY RECOMMENDED AS tracted the dread malady while con74-- 3 , . ducting a party through Canada re- etor. rAMiLi Kr.mr.ux. reports from his bedcently. Latest side are to the effect that he is holdTOBACCO TENANT WANTED. ing his own fairly well. Mrs. Hughes In children the slightest irregularFor rent, my farm on Mason's remained in Memphis to help nurse Gap, 60 acres, one house with five ity of the bowels has a tendency to him. rooms, and all other necessary out- disturb the entire digestive system, !;; '3fr'. 7! buildings. Mrs. W. H. King, Stan- and unless promptly remedied invites serious illness. The experienford, Lincoln county, Ky., R. F. D., CENT-A-WOR- D ced mother knows that by training 74-2- p 4, Box 39. her children to regularity in this re(Ads here are 1 cent a word each issue, cash with order; no ad less than 25c each issue. i spect, and jcyepn Leo vyiar.d ALL merchants and miscellaneous ministering when occasion arises ada mild will claims must be filed with me before have little need for laxative, she serLOST. Child's white pique coat; the doctor's reward for return to this office. 75-- 1 Oct. 1st, in order to be allowed at vices. strongest constitution. the October term of the fiscal court. Mrs. Leo Weigand, 3251 Central Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin can GIRLS Steady work, good wages G. B. COOPER, County Clerk. 71-- 4 Ave., N. S., Pittsburg, Pa., whose be obtained at any drug store for Globe Soap Company, St. Bernard, two boys, Frank and Joseph, are fifty cents, and should have a place 75-- 1 Ohio. FOR SALE privately, the S. E. shown in the illustration, writes that in every home. It will save many she has found Dr. Caldwell's Syrup times its cost in lessened doctors Owsley farm of 220 acres; large WE have $5,000 to $7,000 to loan, colonial brick residence, cei-ia- r, PeDsin a most effective laxative, not bills and maintain the health of the first mortgage. Hughes & McCarty. cistern, two barns, smoke house, only for the children, but also for entire family. To avoid imitations 75-- 1 tenant house, and other buildings; herself, and that she will always and ineffective substitutes be sure in Grass keep it in the house to use when to get Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. FOR RENT Farm of about 35 situated richheart of the Blue excel needed. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup PeD- See that a facsimile of Dr. Caldsection; limestone soil in acres for rent. Apply to Mrs. An- lent state of cultivation; in Lincoln sin is a combination of simple laxa- well's signature and his portrait apnie B. Carter, Junction City, Ky. 2t county, near towns of Danville. Lan- tive herbs with pepsin that acts eas- pear on the yellow carton in which caster and Stanford, where there are ily and naturally, without griping or the bottle is packed. A trial bottle, LOST A bunch of keys; name excellent churches and schools. Will other pain or discomfort. It is pleas- free of charge, can be obtained by on them ; reward for return to W. M. be sold at a bargain. For particulars ant to taste so that children like it. writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 455 74-- 2 address Mrs. W. R. Rice, Southern and is equally effective on the Washington St., Monticello, Illinois. Adams, Stanford. Lu-bewide-awakol 4- quarters at Lebanon, were here this Dilly and H. N., with head- a,IcRoberts & Bailev An Effective Laxative For Growing Children a ... -- ! I, ADS Jp f ry, Hotel. Jackson, Tenn. 57-- tf anti-Beckha- m FOR SALE. Two and a half shares of First National Bank stock. 74-- 2 Apply this office. Many years have shown the usefulness of this remedy. It's the ideal laxative, eentle, effective and strengthening:. Now it may be obtained in tablet form, for convenience $n takins. Manalin will not form a habit of cathartics. Used as directed, the sufferer mav reasonably ex pect not only immediate relief. out tne Of proper habits, in the natural way. Liquid if you desire it, $1 and 35e. Tablets, 25c and 10c-Carry a box wi.th you. Constipation is largely a matter of overhabit, you. can Mana-lin's come it with help.' Tho Peruna Company, Columbus, hio SAVES DAUGHTER nesownEBr Auto-Intoxicatio- NOTICE 5 per cent penalty added to school tax. . Oct. 2. L. R. 70-t- d Hughes, Treas. Advice of Mother no Doubt Pre- n, ft FOR SALE. Four 'thoroughbred Duroc boars; will weigh about 125 pounds. H. C. Anderson, Stan74-- tf ford. next Thursday night; every member is urged to be present. W. W. 75-- 2 Saunders, K. of R. and S. Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, Pictures and Mouldings. W. A. Trib-bl- e, K. OF P. Business of importance vents Daughter's Untimely Ead. ' I was not able !o dc j?eady, Ky. mything for jearly six months," writes Mrs. Laura Bratcher, of this piace, "and was down in bed for three months. I cannot tell you how I suffered with uy head, and with nervousness and A'ornanly troubles. Our family doctor told my husband he could not do me any good, and he had o give it up. We tried another doctor, bt he did not help me. At last, my mother advised me to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. 1 thought it was no use for I was nearly dead a:.o nothing seemed to do me any good. Bui I took eleven bottles, ana now 1 am aoie to do all of my work and my own washing. I think Cardui is the best medicine in the world. My weight has increased, and I look the picture of health. " If you suffer from any of the ailments peculiar to women, get a bottle of Cardui today. Delay is dangerous. We know it ,will help you, for it has. helped so many thousands of, other weak women inthe past 50 years. At all druggists. ! Men's Corduroy Suits Special Bargains or Saturday and - Monday $10 Suits gaat only $5.98 $12.50 Suits go FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggetr, Stanford. 70 42tf. 15 shoats, weight, pounds; good thrifty ones. about Also some registered Duroc Jersey gilts and a hoar. C. W. Dunn, Kings 75-2- p Mountain, Ky. FOR SALE. at only $8.98 $9.50 I $15 Suits go at only MAMMOTH CAVE i 4 FOUNB A gold pin set with pearls; half moon with star. Owner can get same by identifying, paying THE OLD RELIABLE" You Better Come In And Get One Big Lot Rubber Boots, Arctics and Overshoes Just In $9.85 For An w'it-n-'i- All-Expen- se Two-Day- s' Tour From Stanford Sept. 26th Rr N- - . Prsnnllv Conducted bv tne Excursion Aorent L. R. R. Round trip ticket $4.35. Board at the Cave Hotel, including the several routes in the fcave for $5.50. iiCKeis on saie inr morning trains, mane ju. ac 11. ngeni. The, Bargain Store SALEM & SALEM REMEDYFORMEN. AT YOUR DRUGGIST. r Wrilt to: Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladies' Adyisory Dent. Chattanooga. Tenn., for Sudal book. "Home Instructions on your case and Treatment for Women." in slain wrasser. M.C 1SS 64-pa- The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentuc&yc fc Friday, September 22, 1916. Page Five v Welsh-Wisema- n Co., Louis Proctor 'went to Louisville this afternoon. ' Mrs. P. W. Carter is with Richmond friends fcr a few days. Isaac Salem will go to the cities Sunday to buy goods for Salem and - ye Have Now in Stock Full Assortments of the Latest and Best in Ladies' Tailored Suits, Coat's, Sen e and Si k Dresses, Waists ana Furnishings. NEW GOODS OF ALL KINDS ARE COMING IN EVERY DAY NOW, AND WE URGE YOU TO COME AND SEE THE NEW GOODS AS OPENED. EVEN IF NOT READY TO BUY NOW, YOU CAN GET AN IDEA OF WHAT IS TO BE WORN AND CAN DECIDE BETTER WHAT YOU WILL WANT LATER ON. Salem. DANVILLE, KY. j- waters. Rev. P. L. Bruce, Presbyterian' pastor here, was at the Transylvania Presbytery at Nicholasville . the health-privincr J. Carroll Bailey is sfaying at Crab Orcahrd a few days, drinking ing his brother, Robert Corn at pnctni 1.UWWA. Vince Corn, of Pineville, is visit- Lan- I ( OUR FALL SHOWING OF Miss Mary Byrd Givens, of Mid- dlesboro, is the guest ol Mrs. J. l. Bailey and Miss Cphelia Lackey. Mrs. F. J. Conn, of Garrard, passed through Wednesday to visit relatives in the Highland section. Miss Mary D. Carter returned this afternoon from a visit to Richmond Dave Thomas continues to improve slowly but surely from his typhoid fever spell. Dr. J. B. Perkins is improving slowly. Miss Lottie Carson is trimming hats for Miss Ella May Saunders and Miss Sara Hundley for Mrs. J. C. Lynn. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Owsley, of Columbus, Ga., were with Mrs. Marv Owsley several davs. They left Wednesday for their home. Mr. J. W. Acey and daughter, Miss Pearl Acey, the latter of Burnside, have returned from a visit to relatives in Indiana and Illinois. Mrs. T. K. Watson, of Corbin, who has been visiting relatives at Lancaster, is the guest of Miss Emma Hays here. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Helm, of the Tuvnersville section, visited Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Leavell in Garrard earlv in the week. Mrs. Frank McGavock, who has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. W. R. Todd, has returned to her home at Nashville, Tenn. Harrv Lawson who has been working in Illinois for some time, is back home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Lawson. Brother Turley, of Richmond, was over this week, the guest of Mrs. R. T. Bruce, and attended a meeting of the Kentucky Red Berkshire Associ- friends. CORSETS Now is the time to select your new fall Corset, so that your figure will be correctly shapes ed for the new fashions. Our complete fall line has arrived. The keynote in all better grades of Autumn Corsets is TAILORED SUITS I Correct Shape With Comfort in order that your health may be preserved. The late styles are low and medium in the bust, with a slight curve or nip in the waist, and straight hip and back. The models are long and medium for all types of figure. A distinct line of correct styles for the growing girl and young miss. We are exclusive and sole agents in Danville for the following Corsets: BON TON High-grad- e Back Laced Corsets. LA CAMILLE Front Laced Corsets. NEMO Hygiene Corsets for stout figures. ' ROYAL WORCESTER CORSETS. THOMPSON'S Glove Fitting Corsets. H. and W. BRASSIERES. Come in and have the proper model fatted to your figure. The prices range from v ation here. Oliver Bagby, of Richmond, Va..y was the sruest of Dr. and Mrs. M. D. Early. He was enroute to Galveston. Texas, where he vill enter medical colleger l Miss Martha Vnrnon, of Asheville, N. C, arrived in Lexington this week to resume her studies at the Univer- " We have in stock today over two hundred new suits at all prices from $ 5 to $60. The materials are Wool Velours, Broadcloths, Gabardines, Serges, Poplins, Whipcords, Etc. Colors are Burgundy, Plum, Green, Dark Browns, and Navy and Black. We are sole agents for the sale of Wooltex Suits for Boyle, Mercer, Garrard and Lincoln Counties. J Prices $25 up; finest tailored suits made. CJ 1 'llfilllJl ftp 2693 IrVX U CoF7rfc&i;uc7itSiRMkC $1.00 TO $10.00 EACH FALL OPENING, OF MILLINERY, TUMN FOOTWEAR, Welsh-Wisem- sity of Kentucky this year. Lexington Herald. Mrs. Anne D. VanArsdale returned Thursday from a protracted visit to relatives in Nashville. While '" there she saw "The Birth of a and greatly enjoyed it. Mrs. Marv Prewitt and daughters. Na-tio- GtPTTlrtt J91Q Tbe B. BlKk Co. I COATS, SUITS AND AUFRIDAY & SATURDAY, SEPT. 22 and 23 .usees i.aiiiutz cwiu ltiiKy .icniit., vi Louisville, and Miss Margaret Payne of Boston, Mass., are guests of the latter's uncle, C. E. Tate and fam-il- v. an Co., Danville, Ky. I here. Mr. Gilbert Grinstead has gone to Somerset to be the guest of Dr. Dr. Richardson Robert Richardson. and Mr. Grinstead will camp on the Cumberland river for a week. Rich- are guests of their daughter, . j. urejuuni tnis weeK. .lux a. ! J- - Matt Crai. ne of Rockcastle's &eii fyeiTiUD 73S st lightfully citizens and democrats wn ternoon by Mrs. J. S. Rice. a short while Thursday. Rev. W. D. Welburn. attended the Mr. W. B. Denny, wife baby, Methodist conference at Nicholas-villeih- is of Garrard,; passed throughand Eldoto week. rado, 111., Thursday afternoon to visMiss Margaret Warren left this it relatives. week for Columbus, Ohio, to resume Rev. D. M. Walker, naster of the her duties as teacher. Stanford Christian church, attended Miss Nell Newland returned i the state convention of his denomin Thursday afternoon from a visit to ation at Winchester this week. Richmond friends. Mrs j. JL CaseVf of Danville, who Mrs. T. F. Spink and pretty daugh-- 1 has been the guest of her cousin, ter, Miss Sara Spink, of Hardin Miss Gertrude Wilkinson, went to county, arrived Thursday to visit Crab Orchard Thursday to visit her sister, Mrs. Rhoda Waters. j Mrs. A. W. Dillion. af-.he- Personal and Social Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pruitt, of More-Han- d w id a fe W "MirT B ifT man 6 reblem 9 3 in ?7 in uminsf Middle ow to reel wen fr life Told hy Three Women Who Learned from Experience. T"s The Change of Life is a most critical period of a woman's existence, and neglect of health at this time invites disease and pain. Women everywhere should remember that there is no other remedy known to medicine that will so successfully carry women through this trying period as Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from wiih Stanford that he may locate here. Mrs. Adelia Woods went ,to Lexington Thursday to attend as a delegate the W. C. T. U. convention, which begins tonight and lasts until Monday. Mrs. J. F. Gover, another delegate, is also in Lexington for the convention. Revs. J. R. Revrolds, of the Richmond Baptist church, and A. J. Clere, of the Lancaster church of the same denomination, were here a while Wednesday on their way to Crab Orchard SpHngs where they're spTdino- a few davs. Dr. and Mrs. G. G. Perry and two children moved to Richmond the latter "part of this week where thev will make their home in the future, at the same time oneratinc their farm out in the countrv. Their many friends regret greatly to jjive them un Miss Annie Blanks, m. the Hubble section, delightfully entertained a number of her friends last week in hon r of her 18th birthday. The color scheme used was green and orange and delightful refreshments were served to the guests. Mrs. E. B. Jones, formerly Miss Polly Traylor, and little daughter, Leslie Wilson, of Irvine, are guests here this week of her sister, Mrs. Sam Dudderar, with her mother, Mrs. Clare Dotv Traylor, of Richmond. This is Mrs. Jones' first visit to her old home here in some timo. Lester S. O'Bannon, a 1915 graduate of the University of Kentucky, was in Lexington yesterday for a few hours. He left for Frankfort where he will visit his sister before return-ine- to his duties as steam engineer with the Illinois Steel Company at Chicago. Lexington Herald. -- mond Climax. Russell Dyche, and wife, of London, spent several davs witE relatives in the East, End of Lincoln this week. Mr. Dyche is the editor and owner of the London Sentinel and Pineville Citizen and is always on the hustle. Marshall Stone, wife and pretty little daughter, Mildred Stone, arrived Thursday from Detroit, Mich., to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Stone and Mr. and Mrs. John Meier. Dr. L. F. Jones, of Middlesboro, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee Sims, returned homp Friday. He is sc greatly pleased SERGE DRESSES Greatest season ever known for Serges. We show over one hundred at all prices from $7 to $45. Dressy and tailored effects mostly straight line, but some fitted all the newest styles. Trimmings are Oriental embroidery, satin and broadcloth braided and beaded. Pe ter Thompson dresses of all wool serge at $ Many pretty serges at $ 0, $ 2 and $ 3.50. 1 1 1 COATS AND FURS This is the store that sells Wooltex Coats the world's best coats. Prices for Wooltex Coats $ 9. 75 to $60. Also we have the best ideas in coats from the New York makers at ( 1 1 all prices from $ 0 up. Cf Winter Coats suggest Furs and we have many to show you Scotch Mole, Hudson Seal, Beavers, Jap Minks, Eastern Minks, Raccoon, Black, Grey and Red Foxes, Lynx White Foxes, etc. Always see our furs before you buy and you will save money. SILK DRESSES for all occasions. Attractive street dresses, house dresses, and afternoon dresses, in Meteors, Charmeuse, Crepes, Georgette, etc., at all prices from $1 5 to $85. About twenty exquisite styles of Party and Dance Dresses at $1 9.75 to $35. These you will enjoy seeing, even if you don't go to parties. jj LADIES' FURNISHINGS Ladies Sweaters in wool and silk from $3 toA'$9. Special line of genuine imported Japanese isjmonos rrom $z to $ j. sn immense assortment of new Collars in Organdie, Georgette Crepe de Chene and BroadI u cloth from 25c to $2. Remember that we are agents for McCallum Silk Hose, and we are selling them at old prices. Gossard Corsets all at old prices. iii No. 10. B. ROB ERTSON At The Store That Sells Wootex Coats Suits I Shirts DANVILLE, The series of meetings conducted, "High Lights and by Rev. E. W. Coakley in the grove Saturday closed Shadows," 2 part animal story. M. near the Pond school-hous- e T. Dawes Awful Night, Cub come- Friday night, Sept. 15, with seven dy. Reel Life. additions. The baptismal service Monday Lonesome Heart; a mas- took place on Fishing Creek, nar Oscar Reynolds' place Saturday at terful De Luxe edition. S:30 a. m. The community was Tuesday Paramount; "Nearly a gretaly benefitted by 3ro. Coakley's King," with John Barrymore. earnest preaching. Home-ComiSaturdav and i The Sunday were red letter days in the history of Double Springs Baptist church at Waynesburg. The members came from all ouarters to answer to roll call. 'E. W. Coakley, the pastor, was present, but only two of were permitted to be our here, W. R. Davidson, of Winchester and R. R. Noel, of Stanford. The addresses and sermons of these men of God were greatly enjoyed by all. Dr. W. P. Harvey, of Harrodsburg, delivered two excellent sermons on TTictni-i- r nf flip "Rnnt.ist. church. -- Most women look , Af ter the roll call on Sunday, a upon becoming a bountiful dinner was spread and ev- mother, for the lirst erybody seemed to enjoy it to the time, as something fullets extent. We were pleased to M fH o f unknown have so many visitors present from r mysteries ; agony all the other adjoinine churches. Angel visited the home and pain; a time of of The Death Mrs. W. B. Burleson Mr. and , A tiistressing uays auu'c, 17 f..i. n: ut. These are misguided con- - Ue daughter, Mildred. She was only months. "Mother's Friend," used nme m0nths old and had been sick elusions. daily before confinement, will prove just a few days. Loving hands did its great value as an allay to those all that was in their power, but God distressing pains and assist nature in ' knows best. Besides her parents, doing its work with ease and comfort. one lliue sister is ieit to mourn uex funeral services at the loss. Get "Mother's Friend" at your drug- grave After by Rev. E. W. Coakley Mongist. day at 10 a. m., the remains were The young mother should' become laid to rest hy the side of those of acquainted with the, information con- her little sister, Bertha. .The hearttained' ia,1. bQok on Motherhood that broken family have the sympathy of .will be -- Hailed, free to all who write. the entire community. Mrs. Laura Padgett, widdw of Geo. Padgett, died Sunday morning, Sept. The Bradfield Regulator Co., 17. She was visiting at the home of A. G. Bunch and had gone to bed on 211 Lamar Bldg., Saturday night, feeling as well as Atlanta, Ga. usual. They were awakened by her groans about 12 o'clock in the night ne ex-nast- KENTUCKY7 and did all they could to relieve her suffering, but her spirit took its flight about 7 o'clock Sunday morning. Deceased was about 75 years of age and had been a member of the Eubank Baptist church for a number of years. She is survived by one son, Ransom Padgett, oT this place. Funeral services were held at the home of Mr. Bunch at 11 a. m., Monday, by Rev. A. G. Coker, after which the remains were taken to Eubank and interred by the side of her husband. Mr. J. H. Caldwell, of Marathon, 0., is visiting relatives and friends here. He moved to Ohio about 12 years ago and this is his first visit to his old home. His many friends are glad to see hiir. and grasp his hand. Messrs. Ben and Sol Potter, of Li cher county, visited their sister, . M. F. Tolliver last week. They Wt r,e-their way to Indiana where they are attending school. Mrs. W. B. Burleson is suffering from asthma. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Dumas and little daughter, of Somerset, are at the home of their parents, Mr. and M-son AT THE OPERA HOUSE. Tonight The Girl and the Game, A Cub comedy. Waynesburg How's This? Toledo. Ohio. We offer One U'jcilred hilars Reward for any case of Catarrh tint cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cb.v. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. 0. F. J. We. the anderslprifd. have known Cheney for the lat !5 yt'jrs. end belieye him perfectly hoctrabitr In al basim-v-s transactions scd financially able to carry out auy obligations cade by his firm. NAT. BANK OF COMMERCK. native roots and herbs. Read these letters: TvVinri T wno frv npiTfiiicnoco onrl going through the Grange cf Life. I found it very helpful and have always spoken cf it to ether women who suffer as I did anc have had them try it and tuey also have received good results from it." His. Geouge A. Duxbar, 17 Itoundy St., Beverly, Xass. "77cvfnMA flnmTvmn1 Philadelphia, Pa. "I started the Change of Lift five yeasr ago. I always had a headache and backache with bearing down pains and I Avould have heat flashes very bad at times with dizzy spells and nervous feelings. After taking Lydia E! Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I feel like a new person and am in better health and no more troubled with the aches and pains I had beiore I took your wonderful remedy. I recon :uend it to my friends for I cannot praise it enough Mrs. jLyrgaket Gkass-HA2759 X. Ringgold St., Philadelphia, Pa. Beverly, ZlIar.s. "I took Lvdia E. Pinkham's T, . MR. HELM AT SPRINGFIELD. Congressman Harvey Helm will BIG "KERSHAW." speak at Springfield Monday. It is Spoonamore Tinsley brought to court day there and this office a "kershaw" big ensign will likely hear him. a large crowd for one of Theodore Roosevelt's ideal families. A peculiarity of the big thing is that it is larger at the neck than at the other end. Hall's Catarrh Cnre U taken internally, actinr 1 mucous surfaces of directly ajo Jte blood tte system. ItctlraotiJals sent fre. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all ImiEsMs. Tcke Hall's Family ri'Is for constipation. Like anOpenBook of his wife, who is very sick. We sincerely hope she will be much improved when he reaches her and will soon be able to accompany him for Greensburg to be at the bedside HELM TO SPEAK IN COUNTY Democrats and the people generally should bear in mind that Congressman Harvey Helm will speak at Waynesburg at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon, Sept. 23rd, and at Kings FoiflbiindMoliieiS;! Mountain that night. I Erie, Pa. "I was in poor health when the Change of Life started with me and I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, or I think I should not have got over it as easy as I did. Even now if I do not feel good I take the Compound and it restores me in a short tune. I will praise your remedies to every woman for it may help them as it has me." ilrs. E. Kxssuxg, 931 East 24th St, Erie, Pa. Ho other medicine lias been so successfuTin7 relieving woman's suffering as has Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, "Women may receive free and helpful advice by writing the Lydia B. Pinkbam Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. Such letters are received and answered by women only and held in strict confidence THE WORM TURNS. "Your Honoi" declared Officer McPherson. "I heard an awful yel-liback in the wpgon yard, and when I got there this man was beating his wife." Judge Broylesh turned sharply on the prisoner, a tall, gaunt farmer, with clay-colored J n' cf Padgett returned from Cincinnati Sunday night. Mrs. Sarah Gooch and little daughter, returned to their home in Beat-tyvil- le Friday after spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. M. S. Wheeler. Miss Anna Saylor, of Danville, Mrs. H. H. Caldwell Mrs. Dumas is suffering very visited- - Mrs. B. Wheeler last week. Misses Mabel and Ida Gooch and much from symptoms of blood poi Mrs. Dennie Goock, of Somerset, soning on her hand. Rev. E. W. Coakley left Monday visited Miss Lila Gooch recently. '. -- home. "Misses Corine, Florence and Lila i BBWV-- catch her when she, wasn't feelin' right." Case and Comment. , "Is this true? Were you beating your wife sir?" demanded the judge. "Yes, yer honor." "How did you come to do it?" "Lord knows, jedge. For twenty years she alius wuz th' one what did th' beatin', ,but I jes' happened to J y- complexion. aJtzJs? if) f MIWI III I IH.,....i,MMmHLffiTr7Wfr BttCOGN 3ZS BY S. 5. S. L3SAfc!DS c?Tjir 1 Don't forget that after Oct. 1st, the I. J. subscription price will be $1.50 a year, but till then you may subscribe for as many years in advance as you wish at $1 a year 1 -- "rat m.tv'aEMSc&rm r is today the 7cr:'s a reputation cint.j ..its evea nerit as Nature's tree assistczt ia successful treatment c blood dlsesset. Your ovra blood 037 be callins for he!? is fiesta? soce form of blood disease-- Get a Jctt!e cfgS.- - S. S. today and avoid the possibility of a loss siese of bodily discosfozt. Swift Specific Ct. W Atlaata, Ga. riocd ruriCcr .d, I jp3 s r Page Six (Continued from Page Three) Adams, "Win., 3 days 'work Young, Freddie, 3 days work Carrier, Kelly, 3 days 'work Carrier, John 3 days work . Lewis, Herbert 3 days work Young, Wm. 3 days work Young, Estelle, 3 days work Young, Eddie, 2 days work and 1 days hauling Long, W. M 2 2 days work Long, W. M., 2 2 days work L Reed, D., 3 days work Adams, D. R 2 days hauling.. Jentsch, Gus, 3 days work Keohn, Robert, 3 days work Wilkop, John Jr., 3 days work Getta, Fred, Jr., 3 days work Warren, Milton, 3 days work Beck, Wm 3 days hauling James, C. iL, 2 2 days work and 1 days hauling and 44 loads gravel James, Garland, 2 2 days work and one days hauling . Pollard, Jack, ,2 2 days work and one days hauling Anderson, W. SI., 3 days work and one days hauling Kidd, Link, 2 2 days work and one ,..,. days haifling James, .Henry, 3 days work and one days haifling Kidd, Ollie, 2 2 days work Tucker, T. L, 3 days work James, Ida, 3 days work Ledford, Silas, 2 2 days- - work Pence, Sam 3 days work Pence, John, 3 days work Lynch, J. F., 3 days work . Ballard, A. 3 days work Pollard, D., 3 days work Abt, Caspar, 3 days work and 3 days hauling Oaks, Esry, 3 days work Denny, FrAnk, 3 days work Kidd, Frank, 3 days work Miller, Bruno, 3 days work Gutenson, Arthur, 3 days work . Gutenson, Arnold, 3 days work . Adams, Roy, 3 days work Cook, Andy, 3 days work Cook, Hardin, 3 days work Johnson, James, 3 days work, 3 days hauling and 35 loads gravel Hertel, Oscar, dynamite and fuse Wcstendorf, Adolph, 3 days work Chappell, John 3 days work Petrey, Mars, 3 days work Petrey, Simon, 3 days work . Bless, Emil, 3 days work and 2 days 1-1-1-1-1-, 1-1-1-- The Interior Journal, Stanford, KeMfcky: Friday, September 22, Cloyd, Wm., 2 days work days work Earles, Luther, 1 1-- 2 1-- 1916. 1.80 .90 3.51 2.91 3.51 3.51 5.80 3.80 1.80 .20 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.50 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 4.00 4.00 4.00 7.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 3.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 5.80 1.80 1.80 .30 .60 .60 .60 .60 2.00 2.00 1.50 .60 1.80 1.80 1.20 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.20 1.20 2.60 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.P0 1.50 1.80 6.00 6.00 1.80 1.80 1.80 l.SO 1.80 l.SO 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 .60 1.20 1.50 1.20 1.80 1.50 1.80 6.00 Talbott, 3 days work Edward, 3 days work Sims, Fryed, 3 days work .. Sims, John D., 3 days work Farris, Morris, 3 days work Williams, Millard, 3 days hauling Farris, Morris, 3 days hauling Edwards, Rada, 2 days work Anderson, John, 2 days work Owens, Chas., 2 days work . Hooker, John, 1 days work Long, Robert, 2 days work Dawson, Jas. M., 1 days work uunn, Owsley, 2 days work Morris, D. B., 2 days work and 1 aays naming . Sims, Sims, 1.20 and hauling Bless, Oscar, 3 days work Wcstendorf, Henry, 3 days work Morbers, Henry, 3 days work Disteli, Herman, 3 days work Hertel, Paul, 3 days work Hertel, Oscar, 3 days work Same, 160 feet of lumber Chappell, Willie, 3 days work . Green. Egbert, 3 days work Plascock, Frank, 3 days work Griffin, Will. 3 days work Hoi dam. Robert, 3 days work Chappell, Will M., 3 days work Chappell, James, 3 days work Broughton, Daniel, 3 days work Griffin, John O., 3 days work Delaney, James, 3 days work Delaney, Dave, 3 days work Jufer, John 3 days work, 4 days hauling and 200 feet lumber Daugherty, Frank, 3 days work Daugherty, Davis, 3 days work Daugherty, Lilburn, 3 days work Daugherty, George, 3 days work Secver, J. J., 3 days work and 2 days . Seever, Fred, 3 days work Goode, Wolf 3 days work Goode, Sherman, 3 days work Goode, Wm. Jr., 3 days work . Peek, J. W., 3 days work Gaines, Allen, 3 days work Kennedy, David B., 3 days work and 35 loads of gravel Cash, .7. N., 3 days work Lay, Jess, 3 days work Goode, Frank, 3 days work Hasty, Frank, 3 days work Martin, Bud, 3 days work Goode, Wm., Sr., 3 days work Adams, Arch, 2 days work Daugherty, Clarence, 3 days work Naylor, Wesley, 3 days work McGill, amuel, 3 days work McGill, Henry, 3 days work and 2 days hauling . . . McGill, Samuel, 3 days work hauling (only allowed for hauling) King, Wm., 3 days work Curtis, Lawrence, 3 days work Redd, J. T., 2 days work Phillips, Dr 3 days work Taylor, J. R., 3 days work Kerr, V. C, 2 days work . Holmes, George, 3 dajs work . James, Alfred, 3 days work Collier, J. M 3 days work Collier, H. H., 3 days work Collier, Clarence, 3 days work . Collier, Herbert, 3 days work Collier, J. H., 3 days work and 3 days hauling Edmiston, Jim, 2 2 days work Holtzclaw, Oscar, 2 days work Garner, Chas. 2 2 days work James, Bethel, 3 days work Chappell, Morgan, 2 2 days work Baker, Sam, 3 days work Humber, Harry, 2 days work Owsley, Wes 3 days work King, J. W., 3 days work and 3 days hauling King, Douglas, 3 days work and 1 days hauling King, John S. 3 days work and 3 days hauling Carpenter, James, 30 loads gravel Collier, J. H., 200 feet lumber and 1-- 2 1-1-- 2 1-1-- h ! Long, J. D., 3 days work and 4 days hauling Griffin, Green, 3 days work Singleton, Jothua, 3 days work Brown, Kit 3 days work Padgett, Wesley, 3 days work Padgett, Cicero, 3 days work Padgett, Wm., 3 days work Jacobs, Chas. 3 days work Horner, J. W., 3 days work Ervin, Fred, 3 days work . . Leach, Edmond, 3 days work Dye, Jim, 3 days work and 2 days hauling Long, Mike, 3 days work and 3 days hauling Long, B. F., 3 days work and 3 days hauling Long, W. C, 3 days work Chandler, S. M., 3 days work Chandler, W. L., 3 days work Chandler, F. A., 3 days work Chandler, Richard, 3 days work Chandler, T. J., 2 days work Chandler, Jeb, 2 days work Adams, Reuben, 3 days work Harris, John, 3 days work and 32 loads of gravel Harris, Richard, 3 days work James, Ephraim, 36 loads gravel Leonard, Arch, 2 days work Riffe, Geo. 2 days work Walls, W. J., 2 days work McKinney, Walter, 2 days work and 1 days hauling Martin, Johnie, 2 days work Singleton, Chas. 2 days work Singleton, Clay, 1 days work Wilson, M. K., 2 days work Dawron, Owen, 3 days work Lucas, Geo. 2 days work Smith, Carroll, 2 days work Wade, Wm., 3 days work Cannady, Dan, 2 days work MobleyEmmett, 2 days work Lyons, Claude, 1 days hauling Lyons, Abraham, 1 days hauling Brown, Frank, 2 days fork Reynolds, Edgar, 1 days work and 1 days hauling Gover, J. J., 2 days work McKinney, John 2 days hauling -- 3.40 . 1 2 days hauling 1.80 Mobley, Wm., 2 days work 1.20 1.80 Burton, M. S., 2 days work 1.20 1.80 Montgomery, Carey, 3 toys work, lum1.80 3.05 ber $1, nails 25c 1.80 Bastin, Morgan, 30 loads gravel and 1.80 3.50 Peck, Chas., 3 days work lumber $2 . 1.20 Taylor, Lee, 3 days work Smith, Herman, 2 days work 3.20 Kilbasa, A., 3 days work 1.80 Singleton, Jim, 3 days work . 1.50 Kilbasa, Herbert, 3 days work 1.80 Brown, Gabe, 3 days work 1.50 Griffin, Sam, 3 days work 1.80 Yocum, Everitt, 2 days work 1.80 Wimer, Henry, 3 days work 1.80 Brown, Josh. 3 days work 4.00 Weber, Fred, 3 days work 1.80 .. Sluder, Jim, 3 days work 1.80 Petrey, John, 3 days work . 1.80 Martin, O. L., 3 days work 1.80 Feldman, August, 3 days work . 1.80 Ratliff, Jess, 3 days work 1.80 Hock, Frank, 3 days work. . 1.80 Brown, Tom, 3 days work 1.80 Denny, James, 3 days work . 1.80 E., 3 days work 1.80 Denny, Thomas, 3 days work . 1.80 Peck, Chas. Walls, Gordon, 3 days work 6.00 Griffin, John 3 days "work . 1.80 Steve, 3 days work 1.80 Ratliff, Griffin, John Will, 3 days work Martin, Perry, 3 days work 5.10 Griffin, Harvey, 3 days work 1.80 . 1.80 Dotson, Wm., 33 days work and 102 Griffin, Acey, 3 days work days hauling 3.50 Griffin, Abe, 3 days work 1.80 Peck, Thomas, 9.10 . . loads gravel Miller, Anton, 3 days work, 3 days 4.00 Moore, Coleman, 3 days hauling 3.50 7.95 hauling, and sharpening picks.. ... 1.80 Yocum, Isaac, 3 days hauling and 36 Delk, Silas, 3 days work . .. loads gravel 3.80 Cunningham, Martin, 3 days work . 1.80 1.80 Nolan, A. V., 3 days work and 3 days Lucas, H. K., 3 days work 5.80 hauling 3.50 Wilcher, F., 3 days work 1.80 .. 1.80 Lynch, Henry, 3 days work and 3 days . Reed, O., 3 days' work 5.80 hauling 3.80 Snow, C, 3 days work . 1.80 1.50 Martin, Ben, 3 days work 1.80 Pleasants, Jas. T., 3 days work and 3 5.80 days hauling 1.80 Lanham, Lancing 3 days work 1.80 1.80 1.80 Upthegrove, Sara, Jr., 2 2 days work 1.50 Pleasants, Geo. A., 3 days work 1.80 . 1.80 Carrier, M. G., 3 days work 1.50 Rogers, Jim, 3 days work 1.80 1.80 Montgomery, W. J., 3 days work. 1.80 Reed, W. M., 3 days work 1.80 1.80 Smith, H., 3 days hauling 6.00 Coffey, Geo., 3 days work 1.80 75 Hoskins, R. H., 3 days work 1.80 Montgomery; W. J., 15 loads gravel 1.80 70 Yocum, Geo., 3 days work 1.80 Smith, H., 14 loads gravel 1.80 .70 Peck, Geo., 3 days work 1.80 Lanham, Lucian, 13 loads gravel 1.80 75 Trent, Nathan, 3 days work Upthegrove, Sam, 50 feet lumber 1.60 7.50 Wells, Budd, 2 1.50 Peck, Boone, 3 days work days work 1.80 Carrier, SilaF, 3 daysvwork 1.80 Middleton, John, 3 days work and 2 Mason, Huff, 3 days work and 2 days 1.80 . 5.80 . days hauling hauling 1.80 Smith, Dick, 3 days work and 3 days 1.80 1.80 7.80 Peck, Curt, 3 days work hauling 1.80 1.80 Smith, Henry, 3 days work 1.80 Lay, Wm., 3 days woi"K 1.80 1.80 Smith, H., 3 days work 1.80 Curtis, V". V., 3 days work 1.80 Smith, Joseph, 3 days work 1.80 Reed, W. M., 3 days hauling, sills and 8.00 1.80 Smith, Lou F., $ days work 1.80 nails 6.00 1.80 Smith, Tom, 3 days work 1.80 Coffey, George, 3 days hauling 4.50 1.80 Same, 300 feet lumber Hensley, George, 3 days work 9.55 Brown, Tiney, Jr., 3 days work 1.80 Russell, James, 3 days work and 6 2.20 2.00 Brown, Bryant, 3 days work 1.80 .. loads gravel 1.80 Brown, Tiney, Sr., 3 days work . 1.80 Benke, G., 3 days work, 1 days haul3.90 1.80 Brown, Jerry, 3 days work 1.80 ing and 2 loads gravel 1.80 Brown, J., 3 days work 1.80 Trub, Chas., lumber and work on 16.90 1.80 Brown, Billie, 3 days work bridge 1.80 1.80 .... 1.80 Beck, August, 3 days wort Wren, Alex, 3 days work 1.80 5.80 Noakes, Ezra, 3 days work 1.80 Clarkson, Lib, 3 days work 1.80 1.80 Weaver, Harrison, 3 days work 1.80 Denny, Ebert, 3 days work 1.80 1.80 Harness, Eddie, 3 days work . 1.80 Eussin, Otto, 3 days work . 60 1.80 Blankenship, Jas., 3 days work . 1.80 Eussin, Paul, 1 days work 1.80 Blankenship, Arthur, 3 days work .... 1.80 Gangoff, Fee, 3 days work . 1.80 1.60 McAlister, Ham, 3 days work 1.80 . 1.80 Handorff, Fred, 3 days work 1.80 McAlister, George, 3 days work........ 4.00 1.80 Wenches, Frank, 2 days hauling 2.40 Spears, Harvey, 3 days work .. 1.80 Abt, August, blacksmith, ape 1.00 1.80 Belcher, Wiley, 3 days work 1.80 Morgan, Floyd, 3 days work .., 1.80 1.80 Wimmer, Lonie, 3 days work 1.80 Oldham, Jas., 3 days work and 1 days 1.80 Cummins, John 3 days work and 2 days 3.80 hauling 1.80 hauling ................................................ 5.60 Osterman, Toney, 3 days work 1.80 1.80 Creiiset, Joe, 3 days work 1.80 Oaks, James, 3 days work 1.80 1.80 White, Geo., 3 days work , 1.80 Petrey, George, 3 days work 1.80 1.80 Denny, Geo., 3 days work 1.80 Petrey, Jene, 3 days work 1.80 1.80 Benge, August, 3 days work . 85 1.80 Russell, James, 17 loads gravel 1.80 Estes, Wm., 2 days work 1.50 Russell, Geo., 3 days work and 7 loads 1.80 Smith, Varney, 2 days work 1.20 2.15 gravel 1.80 Estes, W. M., 2 days work 1.50 Russell, J. R., 3 days work and 1 days Patterson, Linnie, 2 days work 1.20 3.80 hauling 12.80 Smith, Shelton, 2 days work 1.20 Schnitzler, Gus, 3 days work 1.80 1.80 Singleton, Mason, 2 days work 1.20 Pchnitzler, F., 3 days work 1.80 1.80 Delk, Zach, 42 loads gravel 2.10 Robinson, R. A., 1 days hauling 2.00 1.60 Smith, Z. P., 4 days hauling 5.34 White, Wm., 3 days work .T. 1.80 1.80 Montgomery, Geo. 3 days hauling 3.56 Schmitz, Hugo, 3 days work 1.80 Smith, John Sallee, 2 days work and 1.80 Ponpnhnsran. John. 3 davs work 5.80 1 days hauling 2.53 Petrey, Robt., 3 days work 1.80 1.80 McGuffey, B. V., 2 days work and 1 and 3 Reed, J. A., 3 days hauling 1.80 days hauling 2.53 5.80 . days work 1.80 Estes, Jess, 3 days work . 1.80 Leeper, M. G., 3 days hauling, 3 days 1.80 Jackson, Jets, 2 days work 1.50 7.05 work, 75 loads gravel 1.80 Davidson, Tate, 2 days work 1.50 Sims, Jack, 1 days hauling, 2 days 1.80 Brown, Chas., 3 days work 1.80 4.85 Cornett, Archie, 3 days hauling (one work and 25 loads gravel Anderson, Albert, 3 days work 1.80 Stepp, A., 1 days hauling, 3 days work 3.90 . horse ) . . . 3.55 Alford, Ethridge, 3 days work 1.80 Wilcher, Claude, 1 days hauling, 3 days Stamper, J. F., 2 2 days hauling 1.80 Toombs, Henry, 2 2 days work 1.80 3.20 work (one horse) ............................... ......... 1.80 Brock, John 2 2 days work 1.50 Reed, Elmer, 3 days work and 21 loads Scarbrough, JaST H., 3 days work and 1.80 Patterson, Elsie, 2 2 days work 1.50 2.85 gravel . 3 days hauling 1.80 Marlow, Wallis, 2 2 days work 1.50 Johnson, Geo., 3 days work 1.80 Same, lumber and nails .. 1.80 Fletcher, W. M., 2 days work 1.50 Bastin, James, 3 days work 1.80 Ervin, Neely, 3 days work 1.80 Bastin, Clarence, 2 2 days work 1.50 Perry, L. C, 3 days work 1.80 Baugh, Craig, 3 days work .' 1.20 Martin, Jess, 2 days work 1.50 Earles, John, 3 days work 1.80 Durham, Montgomery, 3 days work .. 1.80 Martin, Calvin, 2 days work 1.50 Buster, W. T., 3 days work 1.80 Sowder, Wm., 3 days work 1.60 Wilcher, Jerry, B. 2 days work 1.50 Buster, Love, 3 days work 1.80 Smith, Bird, 3 days work . . 1.60 Martin, James, 2 days work 1.50 Vinson, J. C. 3 days work 1.80 Leach, Eugene, 3 days work Walls, Bud, 2 days work 1.50 Scarbrongh, John, 3 days work 1.80 Sanders, Morris, 2 days work and 5.80 Decker, James, 2 days work 1.50 Wade, Henry, 3 days work 1.80 .. 1 days hauling 1.80 Bartley, Will, 2 2 days work 1.50 Best, Thomas, 13 loads gravel 65 Smith, John, 1 days work .......... 4.00 Martin, Clay, 2 days work 1.50 Noland, Paul, 3 days work 1.80 McMulIen, Lewis, 3 days work 1.80 Jones, Bryant, 2 days work 1.50 Holtzclaw, B. D., 200 feet lumber 3.00 Stull, Walter, 3 days work 1.80 Dye, John 2 days work 1.50 Noland, .Theo, 2 days work, 3 days Leach, Tommy, Jr., 3 days work 1.20 Elliott, Mack, 3 days work 1.80 4.64 Leach, Arthur, 3 days work . hauling and 5 loads gravel 1.80 Scudder, Dick, 3 days work 1.80 Newland, H. F., 2 days hauling and Leach, Walter, 3 days work 1.80 McGuffey, C. B., 3 days work, 3 days 5.02 Leach, Thos., Sr., 3 days work 64 loads gravel 1.50 hauling and 15 loads gravel . 6.64 Dillon, W. R., 3 days work, 3 days Routon, Pleasant, 1 days work 1.80 McGuffey, Willie, 3 days work 1.80 4.83 Stull, Marion, 3 days work hauling and 6 loads gravel 1.80 Fletcher, Roby, 1 days work 90 Wallin, W. D., 2 days work, 1 days Privett, Ike, 2 days work 1.80 Griffin, Manford, 3 days work, 1 2.71 Sloan, John, 3 days work and 2 days hauling, 12 loads gravel 1.80 days hauling 3.80 Newland, 1.82 J. H., 2 days hauling hauling 1.80 Johnson, Bob, 3 days work 1.80 Scott, F. B., 3 days work, 2 days Murphy, Wm., 3 days work 1.80 Hays, J. L.,3 days work 1.60 3.95 Hays, Reuben, 1 days work hauling, 6 loads gravel Hutchison, Milton, 3 days work 1.80 Holmes, Al, 2 days hauling 1.15 Smith, B. H., 3 days work and 3 days 5.40 Flanery, Jesse, 3 days work 1.80 Hunt, James, 2 days ba"l'nK hailing I 1.50 Beetle, , 3 days work 1.80 Doan, Amanda J., 3 days hauling 1.71 Jacobs, Jesse, 3 days work, 1 days 1.50 Faulkner, John, 3 days work 1.80 Livingston, James, 3 days hauling 1.71 hauling and 250 feet lumber 1.50 Young, Everett, 3 days work 1.80 Baker, Earl, 1 days work, 1 Smith, James, 3 days work 1.80 Gooch, Alvin, 3 days work . 1.80 1.76 Sanders, Jasper, 3 days work days hauling . 1.50 Hazlett, Frank, 3 days work 1.80 Adams, Alvin, 1 2 days work, 2 Martin, Lawrence, 3 days work 1.80 Reed, Shell, 3 days work, 3 days haul. 1.43 Reynolds, Newton, 3 days work days hauling . 1.20 ing 5.78 Manuel, Ivan, 2 days hauling 1.15 Reynolds, Jeff, 2 days work 1.80 Hutchison, Marshall, 3 days work 1.80 Johnson, Sam, 2 days work 30 Mason, Thomas, 3 days work Wormith, Walter, 3 days work 1.80 Burge, Hiatt, 3 days work 1.80 Sims, Craig, 1 days work 5.40 Berry, John, 3 days work 1.80 Manuel, Elgin, 2 days hauling 1.15 Prewitt, Charley, 3 days work Bastin, Theo, 3 days work 1.80 Scott, Walter, 120 loads gravel, 3 days Pruitt, John, 2 3.00 Spires, days work Burton, 3 days work, 1 2 days hauling 7.15 Smith, J. W., 3 days work and 3 days . hauling 3.80 Denny, Jasper, 3 days work 1.80 hauling 5.40 Newland, Owsley, 1 days work, 1 days 1.80 Alford, S. 0., 3 days work and 3 days Denny, Green, 3 days work 1.50 hauling 2.60 Parker, G. A., 3 days work 1.80 hauling Pepples, Will, 1 days work .60 Warren, Marion, 3 days work 1.80 Alford, W. C, 3 days work 3.60 Gover, W. D., 1 days work and 1 days 1.80 Walls, G. W., 3 days work Neal, John, 3 days work hauling 2.60 Burleson, Robert, 3 days work . 1.80 Gilliland, E. G., 3 days work 9.80 Nunnelley, L. P., 1 2 days work and Mose, Ollie, 3 days work 1.80 Routon, W. G., 3 day6 work 1.80 1 2 days hauling 3.90 Mose, Toney, 3 days work 1.80 Alford, D. C, 3 days work 1.80 Logan, W. P., 1 days work and 1 days Lay, Jack, 2 days work 1.20 Alford, Chas., 3 davs work 1.80 hauling . 2.60 Reynolds, Manford, 3 days work 1.80 Dye, John R., 3 days work 1.80 Bealey, Morgan, 1 days work and 1 Bowers, J. M., 3 days work 1.80 Alford, T. M., 3 days work 1.80 days hauling 2.60 Lyons, W. L., 3 days work . 1.80 Walls, Eugene, 3 days work 1.80 Higgins, Tim, 1 days work .60 Baker, John, 3 days work 1.80 Beyer, Fred, 150 feet, lumber, 50 loads 1.80 60 Weaver, Nathaniel, 3 days work and 1.80 Newland, M. C, 1 days work gravel, 3 days work and 1 days haul"l-- 2 days hauling 3.80 1.80 Albright, R. L., 2 days work and 2 ing days hauling . ... 5.20 Lay, T. D., 2 days hauling . . 4.00 Adams, James, 3 days work and 1 day 1.80 James, Jim, 2 days work 1.20 Hatfield, Robert, lumber "3.50 hauling 1.20 Dishon, A., 3 days work 5.80 Holly, Wm., 2 days work 1.80 Hubbard, Henry, 3 days work and 1 Moore, George, 2 days work 1.20 Roland, Wm., 3 days work 1.80 days hauling 1.20 Roland, "Vergil, 3 days work 7.80 Wright, J. H., 2 days work 1.80 Rogers, Geo., 3 days work Naylor, J. S., 2 days work 1.20 Sanders, J. B., 3 days work, 5 sills Crank, John, 3 days work 1.20 7.80 Price, J. W., 2 days work and 1 days hauling 6.80 Todd, Willie, 3 days work 1.80 Martin, Mat, 2 days work and 1 days Roberts, Chas., 3 days work 1.80 Johnson, Willie, 3 days work and 1 hauling 3.20 Collins, J. N., 3 days work and 4 ' 1.80 days hauling 1.80 Smith, Pokie, 2 days work and 1 days sills ... 5.80 Brown, James, 3 days work and 1 hauling 3.20 Roland, Bob, 3 days work 1.80 1.80 days hauling . 1.20 Reynolds, Dan, 3 days work V.80 Roberts, Luther, 2 days work . 1.80 Smith, Lody, 3 days work 1.20 Reynolds, W. R., 3 days work 1.20 Roberts, John, L., 2 days work 1.80 Delaney, William, 3 days work 1.20 Haggard, Jarret, 3 days work 1.20 Price, J. V., 2 days work 1.80 Turner, Andy, 3 days work and 1 day 1.20 Smith, George, 3 days work 1.80 Roberts, Jno. L., 2 days work . 1.80 hauling Pritchett, O. C, 2 days work 1.20 Vaught, Milford, 3 days work 1.80 Turner, Willie, Z days work 1.20 Singleton, Leon, v3 days work 3.40 Perkins, Wm. 2 days work 1.80 Green, G., 3 days work . 1.20 Petrey, George, 3 days work 1.80 Martin, Tom, 2 days work 1.80 Smith, Frank, 3 days work and 1 day 1.20 Perry, N. J., 3 days work 1.80 Greenleaf, Wm., 2 days work 1.80 hauling 1.20 Love, James, 3 days work 1.20 Wolford, Geo., 2 days work 1.80 Turner, Pete, 3 days work and 1 day 1.20 Foley, Elmer, 3 day6 work 1.20 Tucker, Lewis, 2 days work 1.80 hauling 1.2Q Sward, Chris, 3 days work 1.20 Gormley, Wm., 2 days work 1.80 Turner, W., 3 days work Harris, Wm., 2 days work 1.20 Sims, Lonzo, 3 days hauling. 6.00 Ervine, Ed, 3 days work 1.20 Horton, Geo., 2 days hauling 3.20 Deathridge, Clarence, 2 days 4.00 Denny, Walter, 3 days work and 1 1.20 Lee, J. S., 3 days work, 5 sills and 23 1.20 3Seathridge, E. R., 2 days work ir. days hauling , 1.20 1.20 Hays, Frank, 2 days work loads gravel 7.95 Breininich, John, 3 days work Burkett, Jake, 2 days work 1.20 Same, 925 feet lumber .60 16.15 Tittle, Frank, 3 days work 1.20 Pritchett, John, 2 days work 1.20 Dye, W. C, repairs on grader 2.50 Broughton, Harvey, 3 days work 1.80 Lackey, Wm., 2 days work 1.20 Maylan, Henry, sharpening drill 1.00 Thompson, James, 3 days work 1.20 Lackey, James, 2 days work 1.20 Warfield, Hollis, 3 days work and 2 Ervine, B., 3 days work 1.20 Murphy, O. D., 10 loads gravel . .50 days hauling 5.80 Plummer, Chas., 3 days work and 1 1.80 Lewis, Luther, 3 days work 1.80 Warfield, C. D 3 days work and 3 days work 1.20 Oaks, L. W., 3 days work 1.80 days hauling 7.80 Pettengill, F., 3 days work 1 1.20 Oaks, Arthur, 3 days work 1.80 Same, 10 bridge sills, at 50c each, and Naylor, Thos., 3 days work 1.60 Oaks, Fount, 3 days work 1.80 30 sills at 30 cents 12.50 Schuller, Albert, 3 days work" and 1 1.60 Oaks, Chas., 3 days work 1.80 Green, P. D., 3 days work and black days hauling 1.20 Siler, N. 0., 3 days work 1.80 smith ape .... 3.80 Douglass Marion, 3 days work Siler, Wm., 3 days wort . 1.80 Williams, T. D., 3 days work X... 1.80 Wiley, A. B., 3 days work and 1 day 2.20 Oaks, C, 3 days work and 2 days Young, H. 0., 3 days work 1.80 hauling . hauling . 1.20 6.80 Carrier, Logan, 3 days work 1.80 Robinson, Beaty, 3 days woTk and 1 3.20 Oaks, Dan, plowing 4.60 Carrier, James, 3 days work 1.80 days hauling . 1-- Yocum, Sam, 3 days work . Walls, Whitt, 3 days work .. Alford, Henry, 3 days work Singleton, Oscar, 3 days work Walls, Willie, 3 days work Skidmore, Albert, 3 days work Burges, Newton, 3 days work . Yocum, Tom, 3 days work ... 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.20 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 ! Bastin, ..... .. 1-- 1-- 2 .. 1-- 2 1-- 2 2 1-- 2 1k Joseph, 3 days Baugh, John, 3 days work Miracle, J. L., 3 days work1 and sills Miracle, J. E., 3 days work' Young, Elmer, 3 days worki Bastin, Kenley, 3 days work Floyd, Jas., 3 days work . Floyd, Jesse, 3 days work Walls, Joseph, 2 2 days work Baugh, Joseph, 3 days work . Wright, M. L., nails Coffman, Geo., 612 feet lumber Walls, Ellis, repairing bridgs Walls, Ellis, 3 days work, 100 feet lumber, 54 loads gravel . . ..... Yecum, Thos., 3 days hauling Standiford, S. B., 3 days hauling, . . lumber, 75 cents .. . Standiford, L. S., 3 days work and . 59 loads gravel ..... Sluder, Chas., 3 days-- work and 28 . loads gravel ...... Rash, M. E., 3 days work . Ryan, M. F., 3 days work Moore, Geo. W., 1 days work, 2 days hauling and 20 loads gravel Murphy, Allen, 1 days work and 2 days hauling . .. .. . Parker, George, 3 days work Dickerson, J. H., 3 days work Walls, Varney, 3 days work ................ Walls, Harry, 3 days work . Yocum, B. Y., 1 days work, 2 days ... hauling, 18 loads gravel .. Yocum, M. H., 1 days work .. Yocum, Wm. Zach, 3 days work Coffman, W. D., 1 days hauling Walls, W. F., 3 days work Singleton, Wallace, 3 days work Hatter, Mitchell, 3 days work Mitchell, Hayden, 3 days work Gooch, Arthur, 3 days work days haul Thompson, Dr. C. M., 1 ing Hughes, Jim, 2 days work . Walls, Morris, 3 days work Jenkins, Harry, 3 days work .Murphy, Cicero, 3 days work days work Thompson, J. AY.. 1 Howard, Clarence, 3 days work Hutchison, Clarence, 3 days work Gooch, Henry, 3 days work Dunaway, T. F., 3 days work Gooch, Martin, 2 days hauling Singleton, Martin, 2 days hauling Walls, John, 3 days work days hauling Benson, Butler, 1 Smith, W. B., 3 days work, 47 loads , rock Gooch, Bud, 3 days work Vaught, I. T., 3 days work Tucker, J. A., 3 days work and 1 days hauling . Johnson, M. H., 2 days work . Johnson, L. M., 3 days work Siler, E. B., 3 days work days work Nikula, Fred, Boone, Gray, 1 days work Speigle, Henry, 3 days work Sims, H. F., 2 days work, lumber.. Woodie, R. A., 2 days hauling Muncey, A. C, 2 days hauling Johnson, J. A., 2 days work Leach, J. H., 2 days work Muncey, Levi, 2 days work Dunlap, A. G., 2 days work Leach, Ed, 2 days work Leach, G. M., 2 days work Bastin, W. G., 2 days work King, W. B., 2 days work Gaines, George, 2 days work Baugh, Am, 15 loads gravel Sims, W. F., 3 days work Williams, Christofer, 1 2 days work days work Williams, Ambrose, 1 Stephens, Mack, 2 days work Stephens, Logan, 1 days work . Payne, Wm., 1 days work days hauling Ball, B. K., 2 Cornett, Geo., 3 days hauling Boggs, J. A., 1 days hauling (one 1.80 1.80 6.30 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.50 1.80 1.20 9.18 1.00 6.00 4.00 4.70 4.70 3.20 1.80 1.80 5.60 4.60 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 5.55 .60 1.80 2.00 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 3.00 1.20 1.80 1.80 1.80 .90 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 4.00 4.00 1.80 3,00 6.50 1.80 1.80 3.80 1.20 1.80 1.80 1.50 .90 1.80 3.20 4.00 4.00 1.20 1.20 1.20 1.20 1.20 1.20 1.20 1.20 1.20 .75 ...... ...... 1-- 2 1-- 2 1-- 2 1-- 2 1-- 2 1-- 2 ' 1-- 2 1.80 .90 .90 1.20 .60 .60 5.00 6.00 1.88 3.75 3.12 7.80 3.00 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 4.50 .60 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1-- 2 1-- 2 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 2 1-- 1-- 2 1-- 2 2 1-- 2 1-- 2 1-- 2 1-- 2 1-- 2 Baker, W. H., 3 days work days work Surber, E. J., 1 Morgan, Alva, 3 days work and 1 days hauling Morgan, M. J., 2 days work and 1 . .... .......- days hauling Wright, J. S., 3 days work and 1 day hauling Bennett, Reece, 3 days work and 1 ... days hauling . Broyles, W. G., 2 days work and 2 days hauling Catron, Other, 3 days work and 1 day . hauling Burge, Shelby, 3 days work Newland, H. F., 4 loads gravel Baugh, E. G., 3 days work . Carrier, C. R., 3 days work Dailey, C, 3 days work Corbill, Young, 3 days work Jenkins, Thos., 3 days work Hatfield, J. M., 3 days work Young, W. O., 3 days work Hall, Nathan, 2 2 days work Togers, Roscoe, 3 days work Floyd, J. B., 3 days work Baugh, M. H., 3 days work Burton, David, 3 days work Rogers, Levi, 2 days plowing Carrier, C. T., scraping 2 days Hall, Nathan, 2 days hauling Bunch, Letcher, 3 days work and 3 days hauling Bunch, A. G., 3 days work Singleton, Arnold, 3 days work Luck, Charles, 3 days work Pitman, John, 3 days work Benge, W. M., 3 days work Webb, Lit, 3 days work Jacobs, Richard, 3 days work Jacobs, Hugh, 3 days work and 1 . days hauling Padgett, Ranee, 3 days work Padgett, Vernie, 3 days work Jones, Sam, 3 days work Bunch, Ward, 3 days work and 2 days hauling Padgett, Free, 3 days work Bunch, E., 3 days work days work Camenisch, Chris, Camenisch, John, 1 days work Lutes, Greeley, 1 days work Martin, Jesse, 1 days work Martin, Ed, 1 days work Cooper, J. E., 1 days hauling Martin, Kin., 1 days work Same, two sills Coffey, J. T., 1 days work . . Logan, Dan, 3 days work Pellman, John, 3 days work Hays, Isaac, 2 days work Robinson, Richard, 3 days work Robinson, Marshall, 3 days work Morris, Walter, 3 days work Harris, Wiley, 2 days work Craig, Wiley, 2 days work Manuel, Tom, 1 days work and 2 days hauling Craig, Allen, 3 days work Craig, General, 3 days work Cooper, Thos., 3 days work Caldwell. L. D., 3 days work Caldwell, D. W., 3 days work Caldwell, Mason, 3 days work Caldwell, E. W., 3 days hauling Caldwell, A. K., 3 days hauling Gastineau, J. W., 3 days work Reynolds, J. W., 3 days work Greer, Marion, 3 days work Greer, Z., 3 days work Ross, W. D., 3 days work Delaney, Phil, 3 days work Trusty, Chas., 3 days work Carey, Ed, 3 days work Leach, Bill, 3 days work Gilliland, V. C, 3 days work Murphy, W. D., 3 days work Murphy, Harold, 3 days work McKee, Clifton, 3 days work Hatter, Richard, 3 days work Walls, James, 3 days work Miller, W. M., 3 days work Cheveitt, Everitt, 3 days work Martin, A. D., 3 days work Dye, W. C, 3 days work Johnson, Worth, 3 days worth Skidmore, Bud, 3 days work Rowland, Granville, 3 days work Gooch, James, 3 days work Singleton, Maurice, 1 days work Haggard. G. W., 2 days work days work Gooch, Vergil, 2 Skidmore, W. G., 2 days work Chevelette, S. B., 3 days work days work Frederick, Geo., 2 Sims, Lou, 3 days work Sims, Oscar, 3 days hauling, 3 days 1-- 2 .1-1-- 2 1-- 2 1-- 2 1-- 2 Freeman, F. B., 2 days work and days hauling Same, rock for culvert Ashley, Ernest, 3 days work Estes, Alonzo, 3 days work Estes, Edward, 3 days work Howson, J. W., 3 days work Howson, Clyde, 3 days work Hogue, Sam, 3 days work McMulIen, Jack, 3 days work Sutton, R. C, 3 days work Frances, Chas., Thos., 3 days wor Howson, J. W.t 3 days hauling Frances, C. T.t 3 days hauling Same, lumber and nails 4.20 Baughman, William, 3 days work 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 6.00 6.00 1.20 1.20 1.20 .60 1.20 .60 1.20 . 1-- 2 3.20 1.00 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 6.00" ''Kmmmmm Real Estate For Sale NO. 141 acres; 35 acres in cultivation; balance in timber; two houses; barn, chicken house etc.; well watered; good neighborhood; close to school and church; Price $1500.00. 50 NO. 142 151 acre farm five miles from Stanford; in the best part of the county; one house of five rooms and two porches; the other house is 1 2 1-- story of five rooms; tcbacco and stock barn, 36x70; cistein, springs and ponds; about 100 acres in grass; balance in cultivation; orchard of 75 trees; all buildings and fence in good shape; close to good school and church; this farm is located in the best farming section of the county. Pride $70.00 per acre, 3 down and balance in 1, 2 ana 3 years. 1-- 1-- 2 2 Horton, Craig, 3 days work and 3 days 6.00 5.20 8.75 NO. 145 84 acres; about four miles from Stanford; two story frame dwelling of six rooms; halls and porches; new- 1-- 2 Horton, G. B., 2 days work and 2 days 2 1-- 2 5 1-- 2 1-- 2 1-- 1-- 2 1-- 2 1-- 1-- 1-- work' 1-- 2 1 Dye, James, 500 feet lumber Walter, G. A., foundation timber for .60 bridge, nails, etc., .70 1.80 Baugh, Ann, 31 loads gravel 1.55 1.20 Walls, Logan, sills for bridge 2.50 Skidmore, W. D., 3 days work 1.80 5.80 Taylor, W. Y., 3 days work 1.80 1.80 Sampson, R. N., 3 days work 1.80 .60 Berry, M. F., 3 days work 1.80 Baugh, Arthur, 3 days work 1.80 7.80 Young, C. A., 2 days work 1.50 Phillips, R. T., 3 days work 1.80 7.75 Phillips, Ed, 3 days work 1.80 1.80 Phillips. Willie,3 days work 1.80 1.80 Matheney, Sam-days work 1.80 1.80 Dishon, W. F., 2 days work 1 20 1.80 Bailey, Ed, 3 days work 1.80 1.20 Lucas, J. A., 3 days work 1.80 1.80 Hale, Thos.. 3 days work 1.80 .60 Sampson, A. W., 3 days work 1.80 1.80 Daugherty, W. M., 3 days hauling 6.00 150 Daugherty, R. C, 3 days work 1.80 Daugherty, W. R., 3 days work and 3 7.80 days hauling . 7.80 Luster, R. T., 1 days work .60 7.80 Daugherty, W. R., 6 sills 6.00 1.80 Daugherty, W. S., 3 days work 1.80 1.80 Spoonamore, Jack, 2 days work 1.20 1.80 Dunagan, W. L., 2 days work and 2 1.80 days hauling 5.20 1.80 McKechnie, Boney, 2 days work 1.20 1.80 Franklin, Wm., 1 days work .90 1.80 Farmer, John, 2 days work 1.20 1.80 Broaddus, Wm., 1 days work .90 1.80 Goodpasture, Elza, 2 days work 1.20 Bailey, Mike, 2 days work l.J" Gooch. Pr-o- n, 2 days work 1.20 8.55 Castillo, Sam, 2 days work 1.20 Croucher, ins., 2 days work 1.20 3.80 Eubanks, M. F., 3 days work, 3 days hauling, 250 feet lumber 10.05 3.80 Reynolds, V. M.. 2 2 days work and 1.80 2 days hauling 4.50 1.80 Williams Nute, 3 days work and 3 1.80 days hauling 6.30 Lay, T. D., 3 days work 1.80 3.80 Hays, J. A., 3 days work . 1.80 Hays, Carter, 3 days work 1.80 3.80 Cummins, W. T., 2 days work 1.20 1.80 Gill, Thomas, 2 days work 1.20 1.80 Estes, S. O., 3 days work and 1 days hauling 4.80 3.80 Stevens, Ed., 1 days work and 1 1.80 days hauling 3.90 1.80 Lawrence, Frank, 3 days work 1.80 1.80 3.80 Hammonds, Joe, 3 days work Lovins, Elisha, 3 days work 1.80 1.80 3.80 Lovins, Frazier, 3 days work 1.80 1.80 Severance, George, 3 days work 1.80 1.80 Hester, Burch, 3 days work Eubanks, F. N., 3 days work and 3 days hauling 7.80 3.80 1.80 Bell, M. M., 3 days work and 2 2 days hauling 1.80 J6.80 1.80 1.80 Bell, W. C, 3 days work 1.80 1.80 Ellis, T. J., 3 days work days work 1.50 1.80 Gooch, J. G., 2 Loveless, Ed, 2 days work 1.50 1.80 3.80 Yocum, E., 3 days work 1.80 1.80 Delk, George, 3 days work 1.80 1.80 Whoose, Leslie, 3 days work Henry, Pollard, 3 days work l.SO 1.80 3.51 I Henry, John, 3 days work 1.80 1.80 I Browning, Jake, 3 days work Falconberry, Jesse, 3 . days work 1.80 1.80 3.5 I Rees, Hazel, 3 days work 1.80 (Smith, Crim, 3 days work ... 1.80 3.51 Reid, .J. J., 3 days work 2 1-- 2 2 1-1-- 2 1-- 2 1-- 2 ly painted and pr.pered; barn 50x60; cistern and four never failing springs; creek runs full length of one side; all of this place is in grass; right on pike; all buildings and fence good. Price $10,500.00. One third down and balance in one two and three years. NO. 143 acre farm located T m"T" from Danville, Stanford and Lancaster; two story frame residence of six rooms, halls, three porches and pantries; an extra large stoct barn and seven acre tobacco barn; three tenant houses; two good cisterns; branch; Hanging Fork on one side; large cistern at barn and good cistern at house; about 125 acres of this farm good bottom land and does not overflow; 100 acres in blue grass; timothy, and clover; balance in cultivation; plenty of locust posts; fine orchard; all necessary outbuildings, including smoke house, tool house, hen house and coal house, etc.; place right on pike; one mile from school and church; five miles from three county seats; on rural route; also on star route; splendid neighborhood; fencing and buildings in good shape. Price $100.00 per acre. One third down and balance in eight annual payments. oC0 .. 1-- Hughes & McCarty REAL ESTATE STANFORD, KENTUCKY 1-- 2 1-- 2 .9 V' The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, September 22, ...... 191j6'. Page Seven ' 1 y , Mitchell, Chas., 3 days week 1.80 Benedict, Bill, 2 days work 4.00 1.20 Williams, Vennie, 3 days work and 1 days hauling 2.60 days hauling . 7.80 .Smith, M, 3 days work 1.30 Elder, Stephen G., 2 days hauling-Terry, Bill, 3 days work 3.80 Statom, Arthur, 1 days work days hauling 1.80 Zeller, "Win., 1 days work and 1 days .60 Buss Joseph, 1 days work 3 days .90 Na'and, P. H., 3 days work 1.80 Wallace, J. N., 1 days hauling, hauling 1.80 Clarkson, Geo., 1 days work "Wilder, Jim, 3 days work 2.60 Williams, J. R., 3 days work 3.30 1.80 .60 Taylor, Wm., 3 days work work 1.30 1.80 Pringe, Will, 3 days work Feistretcher, Andy, 1 days work and 1 Myers, Mat, 3 days work 1.80 Sprinkles, Andy, 1 tteys work Ball, Dean, 3 days work 1.80 1.80 .60 Goode, Jas., 2 2 days work 1.50 Wells, Mat, 3 days work 1.80 Denny, Jas. P., 3 days work Naylor, Win., 3 days work days hauling . 2.60 Same, 4 bridge sills, 7 feet long.. 1.80 1.00 Darbershire, Robert, 1 days work and 1.30 1.20 Leach, Lafe, 3 days work Withers, Less, 2 days work 1.80 Smith. John, 3 days work Holman, Jim, 3 days work 1.80 Sims, Bayed, 3 days work 2.60 Withers, Terrell, 2 1 days hauling . 1.S0 Myers, A. G., 3 days work 1.80 1.50 days work 1.80 days work Farmer, Wallace, 3 days work 5.55 Albright, James H., 3 1.80 McElfresh, Claude, 1 days work and 1 .60 Withers, Dale, 2 1.50 Steele, Hop, 3 days hauling 1.80 days work 1.80 Schlochter, Joe, 1 days work Hubble, Caleb, 3 days work Terry, Elbert, 3 days work 3.70 Brown, David. 3 days work . 60 1.80 Camden, Sam, 2 days hauling Fischer, August, 1 days work days hauling 2.60 Morgan, Wm., 3 days work ... . 1.80 Lusk, Chas., 3 days work 1.80 1.80 . Sharp, Harvey, 3 days work' 1 days work 7.50 Elder, John, 3 days work .60 Pellman, Henry, 3 days work 1.80 1.80 Steele. Hop, 500 feet lumber 1.80 Sandidge, Stewart, 1.20 1.20 Brown, Chester, 3 days work . Green, Lee, 3 days work . 1.80 Wilson, Ambrose, 2 days work 1.80 Helm, James, 2 days work Simpson, W. M., 3 days work McGirr, Wm., 1 days work and 1 days 1.80 .80 Burnsides, John, 3 days work 1.20 Hutchison, Gene, 3 days work Gooch, John, 2 days work Gaddis, Jasper, 2 days work 1.20 Williams, Vennie, repairing plow ... . 2.60 hauling . 1.80 1.80 Savior, W. G., 3 days work and 3 days 1.80 Pellman, Henry, 3 days work McCormack, 3 days work Swearengen, Jim, 2 days work and 2 Hutchison, John, 3 days work 1.20 1 Cays work 60 1.80 Walden, John, 2 days work 6.93 . 1.80 .60 Coffman, Nathan, Burnsides, John, 3 days work McCormack, Willie, 1 days work - 3.50 Farmer, Alfred, 3 days work days hauling 1.80 Mosehart, Mat, 1 days work and 1 .60 Smith, Adams, John, 1 days work 1.80 Baker, Thomas, 3 days woi . 1.20 1.80 0., 2 days work Karnes, Leslie, 3 days work days hauling . days work and 2 2.60 McCormack, Logan, 3 days work . Ferrell. Ben. 2 60 Hays, Zach, 2 1.80 Mounce, John, 1 days work 1 days work 1.80 1.50 Jfoward, Garfield, 3 days work and l Kitts, Henry, 3 days hauling 4.10 1.80 Dunaway, Will, 3 days work days hauling COO Boyd, Alfred, 3 days work 60 Faulkner, Felix, 1 3.51 days hauling . 1.80 McCormack, Adam, 1 days work days work .90 Dussell, George, 3 days work 10.02 Farmer, Dink, 3 days work and 3 days Rogers, John, 3 days work . 1.80 60 Ellis. Wm.. 1002 feet lumber McCormack, Archie, 1 days work 1.80 1.20 Fletcher, W. G 3 days work and 2 Faulkner, Willie V., 2 days work 13.45 hauling 1.80 Mason, Tom, 3 days work . 60 7.80 Franklin, Lewis, 3 days work 5.21 Hunn & Coffey, tiling. days hauling 1.80 McCormack, Ben, 1 days work Stormes, Geo., 3 days work days work . .30 Faulkner, Wallace, Same, dynamite and fuse 4.40 1.80 . 1.95 Franklin, Wm., 3 days work .60 Sandidge, Wm., 1 days work Pruitt, G. B.. lumber and nails 1.80 ;. 1.80 1.00 Fletcher, J. J., 3 days work Freeman, Joseph, 2 days hauling Belden, Cleve, 3 days work 1.60 1.80 Mercer, Bob, 3 days work Boyle, Mrs. John, 32 loads gravel McCormack, George, 1 days hauling, 1 1.80 Yeakey, John, 3 days work . Singleton, I. C. 3 days work and 3 1.80 Mercer, Charley, 3 days work 1.80 Rankin, John, 3 days work Raines, Bob, 3 days work 7.10 Rankin, Geo., 3 days work and 5 Jim, 1 days work and 1 days 1 days work and lumber 1.80 Goggin, Harry, 3 days work and 6 days days hauling 7.80 Mink. 3 days work .. .... 1.80 Raines, Win., 2 days work 6.00 Mercer, Chris, . hauling 1.75 60 .30 hauling 1.80 Newell, Joseph, 1 days work Stringer, Jim, 3 days work .. 12.80 Hubble, Josh, 3 days work and days hauling Leach, Sheridan, 2 days hauling 1.20 .60 Reynolds, Logan, 3 days work and 2 4.00 Alexander, Tilford, 3 days work and 3 Coffman, Johnson, 1 days work work days hauling 3 days work, 4 days haul5.80 Meadows. Jake, 2 days Chambers, Thos., 3 days work ... 3.00 Hill, Miller, days hauling 1.20 .60 1.80 Coffman, .Geo., 1 days work Noel. Clyde. 2 days work 10.80 ing, 22 loads gravel 5.80 Floyd, Luther, 3 days work and 1 day days hauling Chambers, Wm., 3 days work .60 60 . 1.80 Alexander, Wilson, 3 days work and 5 Bailey, Jas. P., 750 feet lumber 15.00 Coffman, Ollie, 1 days work hauling 3.80 Oliver. John. 1 days work . Brown, Corbet, 3 days work and 2 . 5.30 days hauling .. Pulliam, Geo., Sr., 3 days work 1.80 1.80 Daugherty, Pat, 1 days hauling and 1 G. B.. 3 days work , Hill, T. J., Sr., 3 days hauling and 36 1.20 Pruitt. 2 6.80 Baker, Bowen, 2 days work days hauling 1.80 Pulliam, William, 3 days work 1.80 Blanks, Sam, 3 days work 2.60 McKinney, Bennie, 3 days work days work 1.80 7.30 Wesley, Charley, 1 days work loads gravel .60 Tarter. Sherman. 3 days work . and 1 1.80 McBeath, H., 3 days work Privett, Bantom, 2 days hauling 4.00 .60 1.20 ....... 1.20 Carney, Lindsey, 1 days work Garner, Roy, 2 days work .. days work 1.05 Smith. Tom, 2 days work 3.80 Higgins, Jim, 1 days hauling . 1.80 Foley, Ray, 3 days work 60 1.80 Anderson, Walter, 3 days work . 1.20 . 1.20 Gibson, Fred, 1 days work 2.00 Smith. Granville. 2 days work 1.50 Henzen, Emil, 1 days hauling Brown, Lawrence, 2 2 days work 1.80 Wilson, Dee, 2 days work Walls, Jack, 3 days work and 3 sills 4.80 Mason, Gus, 3 days work . . .60 Trowbridge, Dewitt, 3 days work Sandidge, Wolford, 1 days work 1.80 1.20 Curtis, Harrison, 2 days work 1.80 Carter, James, hauling coal for scraper 4.00 Vandeveer, Lucien, 3 diys work 1.80 Fitzpatrick, F., 3 days work Woodie, Geo., 3 sills and 18 loads 60 1.30 Higgins, Link, 2 days work 1.20 Sprinkles, Wm., 1 days work . 3 days work Stamphley, Albert, taking scraper to Wilkerson. Arthur. 1.00 Reynolds, Logan, bridge lumber gravel . 1.90 Combs, Leonard, 3 days work ............ 1.80 Edwards, George, 2 days work and 2 60 Carney, John, 1 days work 1.20 .60 road 1.50 Peyton. David. 2 days work Eads, Carter, 1 days work 1.80 Trimble, Ferry, 22 loads gravel 1 days work 1.10 Grader, Ed, 3 days work . .60 : ......... days hauling 5.20 Adams, John, 1.30 Henzen, Emil, 3 days work Rankin, Clarence, 2 days work, and 1.80 Napier. Tom. 3 days work Goggin, J. H., 3 days work and 3 Foley, J. W., 3 days work and 2 Jays hauling and 1 Fox, Ben, McRoberts, Samuel, 2 days work and 1.20 3.20 Fickey, Theo, 1 days work 2 days hauling .60 White, Conifer. 2 days work days hauling 3.90 days hauling 5.80 1.60 days work 2 days hauling 5.20 1.80 1.20 Naif, John, 3 days work Beck, P. L., 2 days work 1.80 Epperson. Will. 3 days work .. 1.80 Same, 9 sills, nails and lumber 6.25 Gooch, Frank, 3 days hauling .20 Jones, 'James, 2 days work ...... . 1.20 Same, 4 loads gravel 1.80 Naif, Fred, 3 days work and 2 day Holtzclaw, Sam, 2 days work and 2 Gaddis. Wesley, 3 days work 1.80 Same, 12 sills, 282 feet lumber 8.23 Dishon, Harvey, 3 days work ........ . 1.75 Pennington, Tom, 2 days work 1.20 Gilliland, Print, 35 loads gravel 1.80 3.20 hauling days hauling .. . . ... 2.80 Gaddis, Hubert. 3 days work 1.80 Baxter, Wm., 3 days work Gooch, T. J., 3 days work and 3 2 Holtzclaw, B. D., 150 feet lumber 2.25 McCormack, Geo., bridge lumber, and .60 1 days work Naif, Albert, 3 days work Ball, Ray, 2 days work and 2 days .. 1.80 Gresham. Wat. .60 days hauling ,.L 7.78 Baxter, Alex, 1 days work .. 6.00 1 days hauling Holmes, J. W., 150 feet lumber 2.25 1.80 , 3.20 Coffman, Bob, 2 days work hauling Kidd, John, 3 days work 1.80 1.20 Harlan. John, 3 days work Jones, Granville, 3 days work and 3 days hauling .. . 4.00 McMullen, Bradley, 3 days work and 1.80 1.20 McMullen, Jesse, 2 days work Vest, Oscar, 2 days work 2 1.80 Bless, Oscar, 2 days hauling 1.20 Hocker. Pete. 3 days work 7.78 Kidd, Ezra, 3 days work . 6.50 2 days hauling, 14 loaOs gravel Jufer, John, 2 days hauling, nails ...... 4.15 1.30 1.20 Zwallen, John, 3 days work David, Sherrod, 2 days work . 1.80 Carter, Ike, 3 d&ys work .. Jones, Ed, 3 days wort 1.80 Hubbard. James. 3 days work 1.80 B. F., 3 days work and Simpson, Andy, 3 days work . 1.80 McMullen, Lay, Lewis, 2 days work 1.20 Zwallen, Sam, 3 days work.. 1.20 1.80 Perkins, Geo. F 3 days work 1.30 Johnson. George, 2 days work 1.80 Hasty, W. A., 3 days work 3.80 1 days hauling . Fish, George, 3 days work 1.80 1.20 Carter, J. H., 3 days work . 1.80 1.80 Brent, Geo., 2 days work . Moore, Boyd, 3 days work 1.80 I Johnson, T. T.. 3 days work 1.80 Johnson, Logan, 3 days work 1.80 Bunch, James, 3 days work 1.80 McMullen, Seymore, 3 days work 1.20 Stamphley, Albert, 3 days work and 1.80 1.80 White, W. W., 2 days work Thompson, Monroe, 2 days work Johnson. Tommy. 3 days work 1.20 Benson, James, 3 days work 1.80 Stapleton, Lark, 3 .days work .... 1.80 McMullen, Hayden, 3" days work 1.20 Stull, J. H., 3 days work Lone, L. W., 2 days work 1.80 . 1.90 1 days hauling Glass, Adlia, 3 days work, 5 days haul 3.80 James. Ed.. 3 days work 1.80 Bright, Jim, 3 days work 1.80 Reynolds, G. T., 3 days work .. 1.80 1.20 Sims, W. F., 3 days work Same, 2 days work 1.50 days work ing, 225 feet lumber 1.80 King. T D.. 2 15.17 Upthegrove, J. R., 3 days work Goodman, Newton, 3 days work . ..... 1.80 Reynolds, Roy, 3 days work, 2 days 6.00 Long, F. T., 2 days work 1.20 Gilmore, S. G. 3 days work Kidd, .1. H., 1 days hauling 1.80 Miller. Will, 3 days work and 2 days 2.00 Johnson, B. L., 3 days hauling 11 loads gravel Goodman, W. M., 3 days work 6.35 hauling and 1.80 McCoy, Ernest, 2 days work 6.00 1.20 Reynolds, Geo., 3 days work Kidd, A. D., 3 days work 4.10 hanling 1.80 Marlow, French, 3 days hauling.. 1.80 Clias., 3 days work 1.80 1.80 Falconberry, W. R., 3 days work . 1.00 Robbins, Carter, Ike, 20 loads gravel days work .90 Horton, R. E., 3 days work Surber, W. L., 3 days work .. Dawson, Mack, 1 .60 1.80 1.80 Merriman. Wm.. 1 days work 1.80 1.80 McCreary, Enoch, 3 days work . 1.80 Robbins, Millard, 3 days work Perry, Will, 3 days work Parkins, Sid, 1 days work .60 Burton, Berry, 3 days work 1.30 1.80 Desham, Henry, 3 days work 1.80 Moser. Albert. 3 days Green, John Berry, 3 days work 1.80 Toliver, M. F., 3 days work and 1 2.00 Wheeler, J. R., 3 days work .. 1.20 Horton, W. H., 3 days work Tribble, Wm., 2 days work 1.80 Dye, James, lumber 1.30 1.80 Myers, Bert. 3 days work 1.80 . . . 3.80 days hauling .. Hogue, L., 3 days work . . .. 1.80 Price, Homer, 3 days work Onstott, W. A., 3 days work, 1 days days work Stewart, Dewitt, 1 .90 Speigle, Harry, 3 days work 1.20 1.8f Morton. George. 2 days work Stapleton, Andy, 3 days work ... 1.80 Wall, Logan, 3 days work 1.80 2 days work. 1.50 hauling, 51 loads gravel Hays, George, 2 days work 1.20 Wall, David, 3 days work and 2 days G.35 Reynolds, Wm., 2 Baughman. Jones. days work . 1.80 Bailey, Bud, 3 days work 1.80 Horton, J. T., 3 days work ... . 1.80 Bauman, John, 3 davs work 1.80 Tarkenton, Erwin, 3 days work and 1 .. 1.20 Thomas, Wesley, 2 days work hauling 1.80 5.80 Baker. Wm.. Sr.. 3 days work. Howard, H. B., 3 days work 1.80 Brown, Jason, 3 days work 1.80 . 1.80 days hauling ... 1.20 lohnson, Jarret, '. days work, 1 days Thurman, Wm., 1 days work 3.80 Mead, John, 3 days work Bishop. Ollie, 3 days work and 1 days 2.34 Singleton, A. L., 3 days work . . 1.80 Cross, Wm., 3 days work .... ...... 1.80 Duke, Sid, 117 feet lumber Good, W. R., 3 days work and 1 days Bright, George, 2 days work 1.20 hauling and 1 hauling sills 2.95 6.80 1.80 McKinney, W. B., 3 days work 1.80 Bright, Puraphry, Henry, 2 2 days work . 1.50 Wallin, C. W., 3 days work hauling Dave, 2 days work 3.80 1.20 Soff, H., 3 days work 1.80 Bishop. Noah. 2 days work and 1 days King, Pate, 6 days hauling, 1 days . . 1.80 May, J. J., 3 days work I Pumphry, 3 days work . ..... 1.80 Lou, Goode, John, 3 days work, 1 days haulHammonds, T. B., 2 days hauling ...... 2.00 Morris, Elmer, 3 days work hauling 2.35 1.80 work on bridge . . 12.60 Williams, J. W., 3 days work 1.80 Brent, 1.80 ing . 2.00 Stamper, U. G., 3 days work 3.80 Pumphry, J., 3 days work W. A., 2 days hauling Thompson, L. F., 1 days work and 1 1.80 Burkett. Wm., 3 days work and 1 days 1.80 Lyons, C. S., Young, Charley. 3 days work Haggard, Tom, 3 days work 1.80 Same, dynamite and nails ... 2.50 White, S., 3 days work 5.80 50 loads gravel hauling 2.95 days hauling 1.80 . .... 2.30 Young, Clark, 3 days work .. 1.80 Stigall, Floyd, James, 3 days work 1.80 Terrell, M. D 1 days hauling and 35 J. E., 3 days work, 2 days Jones, A. W., 3 bridge sills and 3 days Thompson, J. H., 1 days hauling Burkett. Ashley. 3 days work 1.80 2.00 Young, McKinley, 3 days work 1.80 1.80 loads gravel 3.08 Roberts, Creed, 3 days work hauling, 100 loads gravel . 10.80 work" Thompson, P. B., 1 days hauling and 1.30 2.55 Burkett. John. 3 days work 1.80 Shaw, James, 3 days work Young, Anderson, 3 days work Roberts, Bird, 3 days work 1.80 Baughman, Henry, 3 days work, 120 1.80 Jeffreys, S. D., 515 feet lumber 1 days work 1.20 7.63 Baker, Chris, 2 days work 2.30 Baugh. B. T., 3 days work 1.80 Smith, Walter, 3 days work 1.80 feet lumber 3.60 Roberts, W. M., 3 days work 1.80 Trimble, Claude. 3 brdige sills, nails Elmore, M., 1 days work and 1 days Blain. John. 3 days work 1.30 I 1.80 Davis, Andy, 3 days work May, T. J., 3 days work 1.80 Murphy, Mute, 3 days work 1.80 Spangler, John, 3 days work 1.80 50c hauling ...... 1.80 2.30 Caldwell, Arthur, 3 days work 3.05 Hocker. Pate. 3 days work 1.80 Likins, 1.80 Mullins, Howard, 3 days work 1.80 Haggard, Kick, 3 days work . 1.80 Loveless, Colonel, 3 days work Frank, 3 days work Poynter, James, 3 days work 1.80 Robinson, J. M., 3 days work 1.80 1.30 Boyle. Clarence. 3 davs work 1.80 Hawley, Fred, 3 days work 1.80 Blackerby, Silas, 3 days work 1.80 Batgardner, Wm., 3 'days work 1.80 Frances, Chas., 3 days work Anderson, Jess, 1 2 days work. .90 May, J. L. 5 days hauling 1.80 1.80 Coffey. R. C. 3 days work 10.00 Rigsby, John, 3 days work 1.80 Eads, Alvis, 3 days work 1.80 Reece, John, 3 days work 1.80 Trimble, Richard, 3 davs work and days work . Cline. Vergil. 3 days work .90 McKinney, W. B., 1 days hauling, 200 1.30 Doan, John, 3 days work .. 1.80 Duvall, E., 1 Ray, 3 days work Jones, 1.80 Wyler, C, 3 days work, 1 days haulloads gravel .60 1.50 4.20 Caldwell. Eph.. 2 2 days work 5.00 ......... ...... feet lumber .. . 1.80 Lunceford, J. M., 1 days work Rout, Joe Will, 3 days work 1.80 Sims, Hayden, 3 days work ing and 42 loads gravel .................. 5.90 Trimble, W. M., 3 days work, 2 days Dinwiddle, J. B.. 1 days work 2.00 May, E. W .60 6.00 . 1.80 Lunceford, B. T., 1 days hauling ... 400 feet lumber Gover, R. G., 3 days work 1.80 Sims, Ziph, 3 days work Hunter, John, 3 days work and 1 hauling Lunceford, H. F., 1 days work .60 Reynolds, Corbet, 3 days work . 1.30 5.80 Thomas, Esther. 3 days work . 1.80 1.80 Carter, Jesse, 3 days work 1.80 Sims, James, 3 days work days hauling . 3.80 Cross, A., 3 days work Rigsby, J. T., 3 days work and 1 days 6.00 1.80 Dudderar. S. K.. 3 days hauling . . 1.80 1.80 Roberts, Joe, 3 days work Ridner, John, 3 days work Russell, C. C, 3 days work 1.80 Sims, Daniel, 3 days work . 1.80 Smith, Oliver, 3 days work hauling .. 3.80 Gilliland, Allen, 3 days work 1.80 Gilmer. John, 3 days work and 3 days Wilson, Baren, 1 days work 1.80 Elam, Peter, 3 days work 60 Brown, Albert, 3 days work and 300 1.80 Dishon, Fount, 3 days work hauling 1.80 Surber, Elta, 3 days work 3.30 1.80 . 1.80 Collier, R. C, 3 days work 1.80 Frazier, Aaron, 3 days work feet lumber .. .. 7.50 Phlin, Una, 3 days work . 1.80 Gooch, Fred, 3 days work Holtzclaw, Mason, 2 days work ... 1.80 McMullen, Joe, 3 days work, 6 pieces Newell. Wm., 3 days work and 3 days 1.80 1.80 Higgins, Lewis, 3 days work 1.80 Eads, Tom, 3 days work Rigsby, Andy, 3 days work 1.80 Murphy, Ed.. Jr., 3 days work and 3 hanling 3.75 3.30 1.20 White, R. C, 75 loads gravel Clem, Jack, 1 . . hridge timber 2.46 Spangler, days work .90 Sullivan, Tom, 2 days work .. 1.80 H. K., 3 days work Dyehouse, Wm., 100 feet lumber 2.00 Trowbridge, Sam, 1 days hauling . 1.30 . 7.80 Jones. Charley, 3 days work 1.50 Terrell, Helm, 3 days work days hauling 2.50 Davis, W. M., 1 days hauling 1.80 Gooch,T. 2 2 days work 2.00 Dye, James. 550 feet lumber 1.80 Reynolds, Vernon, 1 days hauling 1.30 Embry, Andrew, 1 days work 9.G2 Jones. Jim, 3 davs work 60 Lunceford, G. T., 3 days work . Carter, Marshall, 3 days work and 24 2.00 Dyehouse, Wm., 500 feet lumber. 10.00 Reynolds, Varnon, 3 days work Leadford, Andrew, 2 days work and . 1.80 McElfresh. Walter. 3 days work and 3 days work 1.50 loads gravel days hauling McMullen, Joe, 1 3.00 Florence, Marion, 2 3.00 Cullip, Plato, 3 days work 1.80 Trowbridge, D. L. 1 days work and 2 2 days hauling 5.20 Pleasants, Carlisle, 3 days work days hanling 3.30 Hocker, J. H., 3 days work 1.80 1.80 Sims, Charley, 3 days work 1.00 1.80 Eubanks, R., 3 days work Davis, Buck, 1 days work and 1 days days hauling .. Miller, Geo., 3 days work 4.60 Fashoner. Reymond. 3 days work. 3 1.80 1.80 Hogue, W. M., 3 days work Pleasants, Vernon, 1 days work, and 1.80 Siler. E. B., 1 McMullen, Willie, 3 days work hauling 2.60 days hauling, 36 loads gravel days hauling and 15 6.10 Ford, Robert, 3 days work 1.80 Fillman, J., 2 days work 1.20 . . 4.60 McMullen, Virgil, 3 days work 2 days hauling 1.80 Hoskinst J. S., 1 days work and 1 loads gravel 1.30 Singleton, Martin, 2 days hauling 1.43 Fashoner, Frank. 3 days work 1.80 4.00 Sims, Clarence, 3 days work French, Thos., 1 days work and 2 days ... McMullen, Green, 3 days work 1.80 .Vikula. days hauling 3.20 Fashoner. Chris., 3 days work , 1.30 days work and 1 Gooch. Dutch, 2 days hauling 6.00 4.00 Roberts, Creed, 3 days hauling . .. . 4.60 Singleton, C. hauling . L., 3 days work 1.80 days hauling Roberts, W. M., 1 Gooch, Geo 3 days work, 2 days haul1.30 days hauling 3.00 Ballard, Fin, 2 days work and 1 days 2.30 Gaddis. G. L 3 days work .. 6.00 Manning, Herbert, 3 days hauling 1.80 Beldon, W. P., 1 days Elliott, R. M., 3 days work hauling 3.20 Rice. Jack. 3 days work Hogue, W. M., 1 . days hauling 1.30 ..... . .. . 5.90 3.00 ing . work. 1 days 60 Marsee, Ward, 1 days work Reynolds, W. P., 3 days' hauling 6.00 days Singleton, Martin, 1 days work hauling; 12 loads gravel 85. Ballard. Mason, 2 days work and 1 .60 Renalder, Bill, 17 loads stone 3.20 Fnell. John. 1 days hauling. 1.20 Morgan, A. Murphy, Sam, 2 days work . 1.80 Tschanfz. B., 3 days work days haujling) .3.20 McCarley, Dye, J., 300 feet lumber work Hart, John, 3 days work 2.30 1.80 4.50 CO Chas.. 3 days work 1.80 Will, 1 days work Singleton, H. H., 1 days work .. .60 Johnson, Matthew, 1 Carter, Andrew, 2 days work .. .. 1.20 Gooch, Martin, 3 days work 1.80 Hogue, Geo. D., 3 days work and 1 l.SO days haulins 90 2.00 McCormack. Willie B.. 3 days work Bracket, J. W., 1 days work Routon, Lloyd, 3 days work 1.80 VonGrunigen, 1.20 days hauling Vaught, Sam, 3 days work McCormack. Jiramie. 3 days work 1.80 1.80 3.80 Davis, Wesley, 2 days work Adolph. 65 gallons gas- 60 Higgins, Tim, 1 days work Singleton, Claude, 3 days work 1.80 ... 1.20 Davis, Willie, 2 days work . Pulliam, Geo., Jr., 3 days work 1.80 Sanders, Andy, 2 days work aud 2 1.30 oline, 4 2 days grading, etc. 1.80 Gooch, Oaks, Thos., 3 days work in 7n McCormack. Tsaac, Jr.. 3 days work John, 3days work 1.80 Higgins, days hauling Bolen, Nathaniel, 3 days work Jones. Henry, 3 days work 1.80 5.20 Anderson, J. B., 1 days work and 1 1.30 . Green, 3 days work 1.80 Oaks, J. S., 3 days work 1.80 . 1.80 Burleson, Berry, 3 days work days hauling . .. . .... 2.00 Sweeney, E. T., 3 days work 1.80 Sanders, Allen, 2 days work and 1 1.80 Higgins, Henry, 3 days work .60 Burleson, Jeff, 1 Helton, E. H., 1 days work 1.80 McCormack. Wallace. 3 days work days work . .90 Miller, Jim, 1 days work and 1 days days hauling Harden, Wall, 3 days work 1.80 McCormack. Alfred. 3 days work 3.20 l.so Grimes, A. E., 3 days work W., 3 days work and 2 days Peek, J. 1.80 Conley, Ben, 3 days work 1.80 , hauling 2.60 Vaught, David, 3 days work 1.80 Millard, Wallace, 3 days work and 1 1.30 Baughman, Sam, 3 days work 6.80 Wheeldon, Roscoe, hauling 1.80 McCormack. Geo., 3 days work Miller, Walter, 3 days work ... 2 days work .... 1.20 1.80 daj hauling i. Jenkins, Hub, 3 days work 1.80 3.80 1.30 Pennington, Bud, 3 days work . 1.80 Shoop, Santy, 3 days Peek, R. L., 3 days work 1.80 McCormack. Johnnie. 3 days work . 1.80 work Bustle, Jim, 3 days wofk and 1 days Woodie, Geo., 3 days work 1.80 Spradlin, Archie, 2 days work and 1 1.30 Pennington, Sam, 3 days work Gooch, John Wesley, 3 days work and 1.80 Russell. Arthnr, 3 days work Reynolds, Will, 3 days work 1.80 . hauling 3.80 Floyd, John, 3 days work . days hauling 1.80 3.20 1.80 Pennington, Robert, 3 days work 5.80 Reynolds, 2 days hauling 1.80 Reed. Branch. 3 days work .. H. M., 3 days work 1.80 1.80 Rowland, Sara, 3 days work 1.80 Horton, Allen, 3 days work 1.80 Smith, George, 3 days work 1.80 Watkins, Fred. 3 days work Beck, James, 3 days work and 3 days 1.80 Compton. Til. 3 days work Same, 3 days hauling and 250 feet Gooch, Luther, 3 days work 1.80 Barkley, Orville, 3 days work 1.80 Smith, Bud, 3 days work and 1 days 5.80 Watkins, W. F., 3 days work hauling 1.80 Gaddis. Arthur, 3 days work and 3 lumber . 9.75 3.80 Benson, Butler, 3 days work 1.80 Millard, Warren, 3 days work v.... 1.80 days hauling 3.30 1.80 Bryan, 3 days work Carson, Sam, 3 days work. 4 sills and Reynolds, J. M., 1 days hauling 2.00 1.80 Bradshaw, McBee, T. D., 3 days work 1.80 Guinn, C. S., 3 days work . 1.80 Lawrence, Frank, 3 days work ... 1.30 1.80 . Gooch, Alex, 3 days work 10 cross ties 3.80 McCormack. Reed. 3 days work Robinson, R. A., 1 days work 2.00 Gooch, Reulen, 3 days work 1.80 Sanders, Marion, 3 days work 1.80 Myers, Mat, 3 days work and 1 days 3.35 . 1.80 Joseph, 3 days work Owsley, Geo., 3 days work 1.80 Zeller, Wm., 77 loads gravel Trube, Chas., making three bridges hauling 16.00 3.80 Graves, Smith, Mayor, 12 loads rock 1.20 Horton, W. A., 1 days hauling 2.00 1.80 Brown, Rice, 3 days work Carson, Millars, 3 days work 1.80 Moser. I. T., 3 days work, 3 days Adams, James, 3 days work 1.80 1.80 Gooch, Geo., 10 loads rock 1.00 Same, 1248 feet lumber 18.72 Wren, L. A., 3 days work hauling. 23 loads gravel .. 1.80 4.55 Huston, Bill, 3 days work 1.20 . 1.80 Eads. Tom. 2 davs work Brock, John, 3 days work Galloway, Marion, 1 days work, 1 days Williams, J. K., 3 days work 1.80 Lawrence, Jesse, 3 days work .......... 1.80 Givens, Barney, 3 days work .. .. 1.80 13.35 Adams, Dump, 3 days work 1.80 Givens B. W 29 yards gravel 3 days work 1.80 hauling and dynamite . 1.80 . 2.80 Coon, A. E., 3 days work 1.80 Blankenship, Wesley, 3 days work Young. Dave,. 2 days hauling. 1.80 Brock, Will, Gooch, W. D., 3 days work 1.80 Singleton, Andrew, 3 days work Logan, George, 3 days work and 10 1.80 Boone, Chas.. 3 days work McCowan, Wm 2 days work 1.20 Hubble, W. B., 3 days work, 2 days work 1.80 1.30 Bartley, Chas., 3 days work Watkins, R. C, 3 days work and 3 days hauling Kneopple, Dave, 1 days work, 1 days 3.80 1.80 pjles ..... 6.80 r- .... 1.80 Singleton, Thos., 3 days work .CO Brown, Thos., 3 days work days hauling . 4.S0 Harrison. Andy, 1 davs work Singleton, W. R., 3 days work hauling and 122 loads gravel Morrell, J. R., 2 days work, 3 days 1.80 7.80 Same, 3 bridge sills, and bridge lum., 1.80 Bourne. T. J.. 1 days work McClelland, Jim, 3 days work .60 MeGiiire. Will, 2 days hauling and 3 hauling, lumber, nails . 1.80 Browning, John, 2 days work . Dyehouse, James, 3 days work 8.37 1.20 ber 3.00 .. .......... 1.80 Goode, Bud, 3 days work . .60 days work 3.80 Pollard. Frank. 1 days work Saylor, Joseph, 3 days work Gram, Ben, 2 days work . Bunch, James, 2 days work and 1 day 1.80 1.20 May, E. W., 3 days work, 1 days haul1.80 Gooch, Hiram, 3 days work .. .60 3.00 Wells, Geo.. 1 days work ing and 150 feet lumber Maxey, 2 days work hauling Singleton, Ollie, 3 days work 3.20 1.20 1.80 Boone. Wm., 3 davs hanling 5.75 Ross, Allen. 1 days work 1 days Padgett, Kirt, 3 days work, .60 Dye. Wm., 3 days work and 2 days 3 days work . 1.80 Young, John, 3 days work Ashbacker, Tom, 2 days work 5.13 1.80 1.80 White, Melvin, 3 days hauling . 11.60 Brooks, Woodson, hauling, 500 feet lumber and nails 2.40 hauling 3.80 Holtzclaw. J. W.. 2 days hanling Williams, Hewett, 3 days work . ...... 1.80 . 1.80 Kratzwall, Henry, 1 days work and 1 Brock, Green, 3 days work 1.80 Hall, Henry, 3 days work Rich. G. P.. 2 days hauling Hundley, J. C, 1 days hauling, lumber 5.00 2.40 fash. W. S., 3 days wors: and 2 days . days hauling . 1.80 Smith, John, 3 days work 1.80 2.60 May, Leander, 3 days work 1.80 Ernst, Joe, 3 days work T., 1 days work and 1 2.40 hauling . 3.80 Moser. Dan, 2 days hauling Williams, Elon, 3 days work 1.80 Roberts, J. Skidmore, James, 3 days work Kratzwall, Joe, 2 dajs work Charley, 3 days work . 1.20 1.80 1.80 . 2.60 Davis, days hauling 2.40 .60 Holtzclaw, Lee. 2 days hauling 1.80 Roth well, Sam, 2 days work Hopkins, Ewell, 3 days work 1.20 Williams, Everett, 3 days work 1.80 Pennington, Bud, 12 crossties 1.80 Green, John, 3 days work 2.00 Reynolds, Luther, 1 days hauling 1.20 1.20 Lnsk. James. 2 days work Butt, Drift", 3 days work 1.80 Hopkins, George, 3 dajv work 1.80 Bishop, Sam, 2 days work Moore, Sam, 2 days work and 1 days 1 20 Geo., 2 days work 1.20 Lusk, John. 2 days work Butt, Cap, 3 days work 1.80 .. 1.80 Hubbard. Hopkins, James, 3 days work 3.20 hauling 1.20 Hubbard, Millard. 2 days work 1.20 i Breedlove, Geo., 2 days work Hodge, Joe, 3 days work .. 1.80 . 1.80 Hopkins, Joseph, 3 days work L. L., 2 days work and 1 No. 5132 1.30 1.20 Holtzclaw, W. J.. 3 days work Hodge, Wm., 3 days work 1.80 McCurrey, George, 3 days work 1.80 Lewis, Daniel, 2 days work 3.20 Hopkins, hauling . days Powell. John. 2 2 days hauling 5.SO Gaddis, George. 2 days work 1.20 Collins, Arthur, 3 days work .. . 1.80 Henry, 3 days work and 3 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF Lloyd, 3 days work .. 1.80 Shelton, days work l..r.O .. 1.20 Stewart, John. 2 Singleton, John, 3 days work ..... 1.80 Roberts, . 7.80 Gaddis, Mike, 2 days work days hauling . 1.80 days work Roberts, Ransom, 3 Booker, Ollie. 2 days work Sandidge, Hugh, 2 days work 1.50 Cook, Ci.arlcy, 3 days work 1.80 1.20 Saylor, Isaac, 3 days work and 3 days Zach, 3 days work and 550 days work .90 Rogers, Forest, 3 days work ........ 1.80 Padgett, 1.20 Hunn. Will. 1 . 7.80 Carpenter, Turner, 2 days work hauling . 10.05 feet lumber 2 days work Stanford, in the State of Kentucky., at close of business, Sept. 12, '16 Faulkner, Jean, 3 days work Eubanks, Ed. 2 days work 0 At . 1.80 1.20 Owsley. Isaac. Saylor, Jackson, 3 days work and 1,500 Mack, 3 days work ... 1.80 ... Coy. Sherman, 2 days work 1.80 Weiland, Joseph, 100 feet lumber 1.50 Sims, 1.20 Riley, D., 3 days work . 24.80 feet lumber and nails RESOURCES 1.80 6.00 1.20 Sims, Ashford, 3 days work Lawson, Burgess, 2 days work 1.20 t: on Grunigan, Fred. - 3 davs hanlini? days work .90 Routt, Dodd. 2 days work , . 1.80 Dudderar, J. T., 1 Sims, Henry, 3 days work uu n $355,772.81 Loans and discounts (except those shown on b) Timberlake, Toll. 2 days work and 1 1.30 uiuuiaii. i.iu is. ., nays worK Lawsou, Henry, 2 days work 1.20 days work McGuffey, Walter, 2 1.50 1.80 Overdrafts, secured, none! unsecured, none. days hanlins 3.00 days hauling Davis, Clay, 2 days work . .. 1.20 Sims, Hayden, 3 days work 2 3.20 Simpson, Edmond. 1 , days work .30 Lovell, C. 1.80 100,000.00 U. S. Bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value).... Simpson. Milton. 1 2 days hauling . 1.20 Leach, J. H., 3 days work 3.00 Hatch,er, W. A., 2 days work .. . Floyd, M. C, 2 days work 1.50 Messr. Silas, 2 days work and 2 days C. nnon, C. L., 2 days work, 1 days Bonds and other U. S. bonds pledged to secure hauling .. 1.30 Tarkington, Joe, 2 days work 1.20 5.20 Cooper, J.. 3 days work days work .. 1.50 Gooch, A. J 3.20 hauling postal savings deposits $ 3,000.00 Schooler, Will, 3 days work 1.80 Grubbs, J. L., 2 days work 1.20 Campbell, R. F., 1 2 days work 90 Martin, Frank, 2 days work and 1 days 1.80 Bonds and securities pledged as collateral for hauling . Williams, Clias., 2 days work 1.20 Cannon, Richard, 3 days work .. 1.80 3.20 Farris. Ben. 3 days work ... 1.80 Mason, Jess, 3 days work . days hauling.'. 5.50 Padgett, Milt, 2 State, or other deposits ( postal excluded) or 3 days work .... Hubbard, John, 1.80 1.30 days work. 1.20 Crow, T.. 3 days work Campbell, F. M., 2 1.50 Hanson, Jas.. 2 days work 1.80 30,000.00 27,000.00 bills payable Stewart, Chas 3 days work . . Marcum, S. P., 2 days work 1.20 Padgett, Dillard, 3 days work 1.80 1.80 Hanson, S. R., 1 days work and 1 day Vanhook, Oscar, 3 days work 4,550.00 Padgett, E. F., 1 2 days work and Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per ct. of subscription) scraphauling Carpenter, A. W., 4 horse team , ,,, 1.30 2.60 Helm. Hugh. 3 days work 1.80 Stephenson, W. P., 3 days work days hauling 10,000.00 3.90 1 Value of banking house ( if unencumbered) ing 2.75 Shears, Bud, 1 days work 1.30 .60 Simpson, Felix, 3 days work Watts, W. O., 1 days work and 3 days 300.00 , 2 days work 1.20 Furniture and fixtures Moser, Wm., 2 days hauling 4.00 Baxter, 1.30 .60 Hill. Jesse. 3 days work . hauling 6.60 Patton, Dave, 1 days work 10,024.79 Net amount due from Federal Reserve Bank Blankenship, Fount, 2 days work.. 1.20 Marcum, M.. L., 3 days work and 4 Lyons, Jim, '1 days work 1.30 3 days work and 3 .60 Brown. Dan. 3 days wo c Net amount due from Approved Reserve agents 1.20 Stephenson, S. L., Ware, Ray, 2 days work days hauling 9.80 1.30 .60 Brown. Earl. 3 days work 8.30 Miller. Edgar, 1 days work days hauling, nails 50c, in New York, Chicago and St. Louis ? G23.32 Chancellor, Joseph, 2 days work ... 1.20 Mitchell, M. H., 3 days work, 2 days Patton. Eramett, 1 days work 1.30 .60 Brown, Chas., 3 days work . Garnett, A. C, 3 days work and 1 4 Net amount due from Approved Reserve agents 1.20 hauling and 300 feet lumber 8.80 Spratt, Ollif 2 diys work 1.80 .60 Helm. John, 3 days work days hauling .. 4.30 Lyons, Abe, 1 days work 12,801.19 in other reserve .cities 12,177.87 Blackerby, Dan, 2 days work . 1.20 Goebel, J. X., 3 days work and 2 days Singleton, Frank, 1 days work 1.30 .60 Helm. Hun, 3 days work Ellison, Harvey, 2 days work and 1 inNet amount due from banks and bankers (other than 1.20 hauling 5.80 Hale, George, 2 days work 1.30 .60 Jones. Henry, 3 days work days hauling 3.20 Allen, John, 1 days work cluded in 10 or 11) 6,089.39 90 days work Spoonaraore, John, 1 Smith, Ed., 3 'days work and 2 days work 1.30 .60 Newland. Howard. 3 1.20 McWhorter, Ethel, 1 days work Ellison, Joe, 2 days work Other checks on banks in the same city or town as report4.00 hauling 5.80 Gaines, Bun, 2 days nauling 1.80 Maggart, Riley, 3 days work .60 Lackey, Bradley, 3 days work. 1.80 Lucas, Walter, 1 days "work ing bank 350.00 Goebel, James, 3 days work 1.80 Fields, Henry, 1 days work and 1 days 1.30 .60 Nichols. Sherman, 3 days work Singleton, Harlin, 3 days work 1.80 Coppage, F. W., 1 days work Outside checks and other cash items 785.04 $ hauling 2.60 .... 1.80 Knoontz, Mack, 3 days work ... 1.30 May, John, 1 days hauling .60 Stratton. John. 3 days work . 2.00 Williams. Ad.. 1 days work 580.91 Fractional currency, nickels and cents 1.3GS.95 days work and 1 1.80 Phillips, Isaac, 2 Acton. J. H., 3 days work Stephenson, John E., 1 days hauling 1.80 Logan, 3 days work and 2.00 Carson. Boney, 3 days work Stephenson, 840.00 Notes of other national ban' 2 days hauling . . 4.50 1.80 Smith, Doan, 3 days work 1.30 .. 2.00 Stewart. Anderson. 3 days work days hauling .. 5.30 Stephenson, Lige, 1 days hauling 1 350.00 Federal reserve notes 1.20 Padgett, John, 3 days work 1.80 Baughman, Henry, 2 days work 1.30 Coin and certificates 16,701.50 .60 Dye, Andy, 3 days work 12.37 Jones, Ed, 1 days work 1.80 Stephenson Bros., 825 feet lumber Gadberry, E. L., 3 days work 1.80 Padgett, James, 3 days work Legal-tend- er 5.00 notes 1,500.00 6.00 Adams. C. H repairing bridge 1.80 Singleton, H. H 400 feet lumber Stephenson, Mc. D., 3 days work Curtis, R., 20 loads gravel 1.00 Ballard, R. Y., 3 days work and 1 2 's Redemption fund with'U. S. Treasurer and due from U. 2.50 Bruce. T. M., work on Albert 1.80 Ballard. R. Y., 10 bridge sills days hanling ................................ 4.80 Tyler, W. M., 3 days work Morrell, J. R., 2 days work, 3 days road S. Treasurer 4.00 5,000.00 . .60 1.80 Kirr, James, 1 days work Willard, 3 days work Tyler, hauling, 300 feet lumber .. ..... 11.70 Padgett, Lilburn, 3 days work and 2 .60 Same, running grader on CTonnty Road l.Ott 1.80 Lunceford, Henry, 1 days work Williams, Chiistopher, 3 days work 5.80 days hauling . Weiland, Joseph, 3 days work and 50 Cash. J. N., 10 2 days grading Brent, Thos., 2 days work and 2 Total $555,645.63 ! 1.80 Williams, David, 3 days work and 1 feet lumber 2.55 Padgett, Bub, 3 days work County Road 2 days hauling 105.00 7.50 . ... .... 3.80 days hanging . 1.80 Earnst, Wm., 3 days work 1.80 Loveless, John, 3 days work LIABILITIES days work 1.50 Fields. W. M lumber for County Road 62.70 3.63 Brent, Ralph, 2 May, E. W., 242 feet lumber Beck, Reinhold, 3 days work 1.80 Hays, W. D. 3 days work and 1 days Capital stock paid in $100,000.00 1.80 Elder, G. M., 2 days work and 3 days hauling Wenches, Frank, 2 days work and 1 3.80 Stamper, J. E., 3 days work Surplus fund . hauling 50,100.00 Total Claims 5.80 .$6,350.67 days hauling 1.80 Reynolds, J. M., 3 days work and 1 . 3.20 Griffin, Coomer, 3 days work Undivided profits $ 6,042.33 4.80 days hauling Hatfield, E. B., 1 days work 1.80 60 Perry, T. N., 3 days work Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid.... 1,915.93 4,126.40 1.80 Todd. Henry, 3 days work and 3 days Plummer, Bryant, 3 days work 1.80 Perry, Lewis, 3 days work 2,427.69 Amount reserved for taxes accrued 7.80 hauling Adams, G. M.. 3 days work and 255 1.80 Wilson, Jake, 3 days work Circulating notes outstanding 100,000.00 3.00 feet lumber 1.80 Boggs, J. A., 1 2 days hauling 5.63 Lutrell, Bud, 3 days work Net amount due to banks and bankers (other than includBallard, G. M., 3 days work 1.80 Singleton, M. V., 3 days work and 4 1.80 Bastin, C, 3 days work ed in 31 or 32 4,530.72 -- . 7.13 days hauling ... ." Davis, F. L., 3 days work 1.80 . 1.80 Padgett, Alvin, 3 days work Individual deposits subject to check 224,052.16 Singleton, W. H., 3 days work, 4 Davis, H. C, 3 days work 1.80 629.52 Postal savings deposits 1.80 Burleson, J., 3 days work .. 4.80 bridge sills, 20 feet long Petrey, John, 3 days work ., Deposits requiring notice but less than 30 days 1.80 9,570.51 1.30 Petrey, Ansel, 3 days work 1.80 Singleton, W. L., 3 days work Adams, Andy, 3 days work .. Total demand deposits, Items, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 1.80 Carpenter, J. G., 3 days work 1.80 1.80 Kidd, Bert, 3 days work : and 42, $234,252.19. 1.80 Harris, Jack, 3 days work 1.80 Singleton, Edward, 3 days work , 1.80 Kidd, J. L., 50,208.63 Certificates of deposit days work 30 Hays, James, lumber 1.00 Sweeney, Wallace, 3 days work Day, H. P., 3 days work and 3 days 'Total of time deposits, Items, 43, 44, and 45, $50,208.63 Plummer, M. H., 3 days work 1.80 Johnson, A. J., 3 days work 1.80 5.80 hauling Bills payable, including all obligations representing money James, Eph., 3 days work 1.80 Padgett, Albert, 3 days work and grav1.80 Claunch, H. L., 3 days work borrowed, other than rediscounts ... 10,000.00 Kidd, Willie, 3 days work 1.80 el, $1.00 2.80 1.80 Manuel, John, 3 days work 1.80 Dishon, C, 3 days work . 1.80 McKinzie, Virgil, 3 days work 1.20 Total $555,645.63 Cyrus,, Jr., 3 days work James, 1.80 Greybeal, Una, 3 days work 1.80 McMullen, Elbert, 2 days work 1.80 McKinney, George, 3 days work 1.80 Scbastin, John C, 3 days work 1.80 Korri, R. E., 3 days work State of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ss: . Pitman, Mose, 3 days work 1.80 Padgettt A., 3 days work 1.80 Onstott, W. H., 3 days work and 2 above-name- d I, W. M. Bright, Cashier of the bank do solemnly swear Ballard, Coy, 4.47 days hauling . db s work days work 1.80 that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. Manuel, E. P.,3 3 jdays work and 3 1.80 Jones, Ernest, 3 3 days work 2 days work .30 Padgett, Laved, 1.80 Curlis, J. B W. M. BRIGHT, Cashier 1.80 XsMullen, P. B., 3 days work days hauling . 7.80 Leach, W. A., 3 days work and 3 days . 3.00 . 2.00 Kidd, Hiram, 1 days hauling hauling 7.80 Mey. E. W lumber Correct Attest : Subscribed and sworn to before 1.80 Byrd, Bass, 3 days work , 8 loads rock and 6 Manuel, Padgett, W. H., 1 2 days work 90 A. T. NUNNELLEY, me this 18th day of Sept, 1916. 1.80 loads gravel 1.10 Padgett, Ernest, 1 2 days work .90 Ball, Alva, 3 days woik W. W. SAUNDERS, J. W. ROCHESTER, days work 1.05 Ruiiinn, Joe, 1 Russell, Steve, 1 days work .60 Haynes, Luther, 1 days work Notary Public .60 J. B. PAXTON, 1.80 IJatniT, Tom. 3 days work Statom, George, 1 days work and 1 Padgett, Alonzo, 3 days work and 3 Commission expires Feb. 7, 1920 Directors 1-- 2 1-- .. 1-- 2 1-- 2 .. ..-- -- 1-- 2 1-- 2 1-- 2 1-- 2 1-- 2 ... 1-- 1-- 2 1-- ... 1-- 3-- 4 1-- . , ............. 1-- 2 ... .. 1-- 1-- 1-- .... 1-- 2 1-- 2 1-- 2 ! 1-- 1-- 1-- 2 1-- 2 1-- 1-- 2 1-- 2 2 1-- 2 1-- 2 1-- 2 . 1-- 1-- 2 , ... .. , , ... 1-- 2 1-- 1-- 2 - ... 2 THE LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK 1-- 2 1-- 2 1-- 1-- 2 .. 1-- 2 t 1-- 2 1-- 2 1-- 3-- 4 1-- 2 1-- , 1-- 2 1-- 1-- 2 d-i- 1-- 2 1-- 3-- 4 .... 1-- Stam-phley- - 1-- 2 1-- 2 .. 2 1-- Stanford, Ky., 8-5-1- 916 1-- 2 1-- 1-- 1-- 3-- 4 To the Public: Having lost my barn by lightning, and being insured in the Insurance Co., of North America, Jesse D. Wearen, the Insuance Man, of Stanford, Ky., being their agent, it is with pleasure that I recommend the above named Company and the Agent to the insuring public for their courteous treatment and liberal and prompt payment of the above loss. Yours very truly, Jesse D. Wearen, Agent. T. D. Raney, Solicitor M. J. HOFFMAN 3J $. s sm, -- - V' Page Eight The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: The Lexington tobacco market will be opened.JD.ee. 1. J. B. Kemper of the Marksbury section, had a nice driving mare choke to death last week. Tollie Younp. of npnr Paris snlrt a nair of tyiiiIps in TVTf Storlino- fn 450. At Belvidere, 111., at the sale held by the Hock River Breeders Sale Co.. 47 head of Holsteins averaged $164. Ben F. Herriott sold to J. F. Cook " Frida September 22, 1916. V, ! v The Piccadilly The Easiest Fitting, Stylish Shoe We've Ever Shown, $5. of Lexington, a gray walking mare for a price above $40Q. Victor Snell, of Hutchison, sold a registered Duroc boar pig, weight 'about 150 pounds, to I. F. Wilmott, Myers & McClintock, of Bourbon bought 12 head of aged mules, at Mt. Sterling, at from $150 to $175 per head. A. T. Moffett, of Bourbon, sold to Jonas Weil, 33 head of feeders, at $6.15 per hundred pounds. J. O. Ralls, of Bourbon, old a pair of mules and two army mules to Fletcher Mann, of Lexington, for $450. At the sale of J. H. Latta, of Birmingham, Iowa, 50 head of Durocs averaged $46. The top price was $107.50 for a yearling boar. Clark & Young, of Bourbon, purchased 40 head of heifers in Mt. Sterling, at prices ranging from $6 to $6.25 per hundred pounds. Simon Weil, of Lexington, bought 125 head of feeders from Harris Howard, of Morgan county, at $7.35 per hundred pounds. In Woodford county Hardin Field sold 21 heifers, averaging 730 lbs., to Geo. Smith at 6c per poun.d Mr. Field bought 10 steers, 800 pounds eac'i, at $55 per head, and 27 stock hogs 70 pounds each at $9 per hun850-pound lor $6U. GRAND OPENING ' .- us tor your next pair of shoes. JTry the -giving m -- Come to - comfort- vwa te WmmnSm, zmsm H&fefe 1111811 Natural Shape" lasts - style and meet your needs of Florsheim a fit !N0 ILL nrSyvS) Truly Fashionable And Artistic 950-pou- nd ease united to satisfactory shoe to wear. Pattern Hats Representative Showing of a decidedly A at styles and leathers $5 range of and $6. Phillips & PKillips m ii ' ''.mi dred. At the sale in Jesamine county of Troutman & Crutcher this week, 40 hogs were sold at from $8 to $10 a hundred pounds; corn at $2.25 a shock; hay $11 a ton; four cows at $45 to $86; yearling steers $30 to $45 a head; three steers $56 a head; five horses $75 to $150 a head; three colts $45 to $75 a head. B. G. Fox, of Danville, is very busy handling mules just at present. He bought 35 head of yearling mules of mixed sexes, from John C. Robinson, of Boyle early this week, for which he paid a round $3,000. Mr. Fox put them on the cars Tuesday and shipped them direct to Kindig, in Pennsylvania. To Alexander & Rankin, Hubble mule feeders, Mr. Fox sold 19 broke mules, mixed sexes, at from $137.50 to $175 a head. These will be fed for the Georgia market. For Ben F. King, of the northern section of Boyle, Mr. Fox bought from various parties 14 head of mule colts, 11 of them. females, at an average price of $06.75 a head. Mr. King will feed and break them himself before offering them on the market. Don't forget that after Oct. 1st, the I. J. subscription price will be $1.50 a year but till then you may subscribe for as many years in advance as vou wish at $1 a year. CINCINNATI STOCK MARKET Hogs Receipts, 4,200; slow; The Famous Gage and Fisk Hats Friday and Saturday, Sept. 22, 23 Come, You Are Invited To Pushin Bros. The Hub Danville, Kentucky Hundreds of the Season's Choicest Tailored Suits, Dresses, Coats, Waists and Fashionable Shoes READY FOR YOUR SELECTION i; - packers and butchers, $1111.25; Ben Ham, of Hyattsville, Garrard common to choice, $810; pigs and Recounty, sold his farm of 56 acres to lights, $5.50(5)10.25. Cattle ceipts, 1,200; dull; calves, steady. Brutus Wearen at $170 an acre": Sheep Receipts, strong, E. P. Woods, on the Knob Lick 6.85; lambs, slow 700; 11.25. $2 $5 pike, sold to T. W. Jones at the stock yards, 25 head of hogs that RED BERKHIRE AWARDS. averaged 130 pounds, at 9 cents a So much interest was aroused over pound. the exhibit that the Red Berkshire men made at the State Fair at Louisthat Nice Farm Auction ville, given the awards in full as made Turley. are below. Junior yearling sow First, W. 0. Boar 2 years or over First, W. B. On Monday, October 9 th, 1916 Turley; second, J. G. Burnside; third Walker; second, Woods Walker; third, W. 0. Walker. W. B. Denny. Senior sow pig First and second, Senior yearlig boar First, W. B. county court day, I will offer my Denn 'R. T. Bruce. scond, W. B. Turley. farm for sale in front of the court Junior yearling boar First Woods house in Stanford. This place lies Boar and three sows over one 4 2 miles south of Stanford, near Walker; second, W. B. Denny. year First, Woods Walker; second Senior yearling boar First, W. B. and third, W. 0. Walker. Mason's Gap, and is in one mile of school. The farm contains 80 to ley; second, Robert T. Bruce; third, Boar and three sows under 1 year 100 acres, 65 or 70 of which are in Woods Walker. First, Woods Walker; second W. Junior boar pig First, Woods 0. Walker. cultivation and 25 in pasture. Most Walker; second, R. T. Bruce, third, of it is level. Has on it a Four animals, the get of the boar, house, barn 60x30. Place is water- W. 0. Walker. bred bv exhibitor First Woods! ed by well and four springs. Good Sow, 2 years or over First, S. L. Walker; second. W. 0. Walker. orchard. If not sold will be rented Gibbs; second, Woods Walker; third, Boar anv age First and second, A. L. Thompson, W. O. Walker. on same day. T. Bruce. Woods Walker; third,-75-t- d Stanford, Ky., R. D. No. 3. Senior yearling sow First, W. B. Sow any age First W. B. Turley. ! Farm and Stock News At 1-- "Tanlac Is Superior To All Other Tonics9 Says This Woman From Jeffersonville, Kentucky "I suffered from kidney and" liver troubles. It finally affected my heart and then came rheumatism. I have tried many remedies and find Tanlac superior to them all," said Mrs. Nannie McKinney, of Jones-vill- e, Ky. five-roo- m R. "Tanlac regulated my kidneys and liver and entirely relieved me of indigestion. I have taken several bottles and I have no more indigestion, a good appetite and eat everything without fear of bad after effects. Mrs. McKinney makes the statement that she has taken several bottles. It is evident from this that Mrs. McKinney was well pleased with the first bottle or she would not have taken the second. There is an old 'saying that "The proof if the pudding is in the taking." When people try one bottle of Tanlac they generally get the second. No greater evidence ould be offered in all the world, of Tan-lac- 's merit. Tanlac is a good medicine simply because people profit by taking it. Advertising is the field wherein New Salem 1 1 . -- : x. There was a Missionary meeting Saturday and a big dinner was spread and everyone had an enjoyable time. Mrs. FIorence'Hatfield, of Detroit, Mich., is visiting her father at this , Mrs. TCnfe Richards,r of Cincinnati. , ... ...... Ohio, who has been with friends and relatives here, returned to her home last week. j Mr. and Mrs. Ed McGuffey have I J this writing. place. Miss Beatrice Delk, who has typhoid, fever, is somewhat better at .. ibeen visiting relatives here. Miss Maud Lucas spent Sunday with Miss. Beulah Estes. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Griffin went to Cincinnati Sunday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Cisco Sims are. the guests of his father, F. N. Sims this i r t 't - , week. Mr. and Mrs. George Leaper were Commissioner will on. Mondy, October 9, 1916, in front of the court in Stanford, Ky., at 11 a. WHY YOU ARE NERVOUS house door sale at public outcry to offer for m.f The nervous system is the alarm system the highest and best bidder the tract of the human body. of about 103 2 acres near McKinIn perfect health we hardly realize that ney in Lincoln county, Ky., bounded we have a network of nerves, but when & health is ebbing, when strength is declin- on the north by the land of Pile Smith; on the east by ing, the same nervous system gives tfye Co. and Z. P. alarm in headaches, tiredness, dreamful the McKinney and Middleburg pike; sleyp, irritability and unless, corrected, on the south by the land of J. J. leads straight to a breakdown. To correct nervousness, Scott's Emul- Gover; and on the west by the fcmd sion is exactly what you should take; iti of Mrs. Edgar Reynolds. rich nutriment gets into the blood and The object of the sale is to satiswhile fy the judgments of. the Columbia rich blood feeds the tiny nerye-celthe whole system responds to its refresh- Life Insurance Co., for $150 with ing tonic force. It is free from alcohol. 6 interest from Sept. 5, 1914; Scott&Bowne.Bioomfield.NJ, interest from March $150 with 6 1-- interest' fore be it further resolved that we 15, 1915; $150 with G from March 6, 1916; $5,000 with G petition our Legislator and all others interest from March 5, 1916 as the j concerned to use their best efforts at Deposit; judgment of McKinney Bank for $4,202.85 with 6 interest the next session of our from August 20, 1914, credited by body to the end that the selection of $54.25 paid June 10, 1915, and $30 all school officess be made strictly paid Jan. 6, 1916, and also the costs. non partisan, and thereby lift our The land will be sold on credit of school system entirely out of poli6 months, the purchser will be re- tics. Resolved, that a copy of these resquired to execute a bond payable to Commissioner for the costs of this olutions be published in the Interior action; a bond payable to the Co- Journal. The Torch Light and The the business man strives for returns lumbia Life Insurance Co., for the American Baptist. accumWm. of its for his labor, but after all it is what amount interest judgment with sale; a D. Respectfully submitted Dr.Estella to date of ulated the neighbors say that counts most. bond payable to McKinney Deposit B. Tardif, Mrs. E. B. Fuller, Jarman. Advertising will sell one bottle in a Bank for amount of its judgment neighborhood but when that first botto date' of tle produces results ten more will I with accumulated interest defendant, sale, and a bond to be sold in the same locality. Corn How People are sympathetic and like to Richard S. Scudder for surplus, all bonds to 6rc interest tell others about remedies that they of thedtae of salebear good personal Gomes with are reasonably sure will help them. ' from security, beside liens on land and That is why Tanlac has met with to have force and effect of judg "GETS-IT- " such enormous success. It is true looseia Your Corns merit alone, that makes Tanlac pop- ment. Eight 0f It's the Modern Corn ular for neighbors would not talk 75-3- E. D. Pennington, M. C. L. C. C. Wonder Never Fails. about it and recommend it if it did "It's hard to believe anythinpr could not do the work. that in getting a corn off. Tanlac is now being specially in- Lincoln County Colored Teachers act like just lifted that corn rifrht "Why. I oft with my finger nail. 'GKTS-1- T troduced irL Stanford at Penny's Resolute. is certainly wonderfull" Tes. "GBTS-Jdrug store, E. R. Coleman, proprieia the- most wonderful corn-cur- s Whereas, we the colored teachers 75-- 1 tor. Tanlac can now be obtained in fol- of Lincoln county, have spent a week lowing nearby cities: Moreland, Ab- in institute work, and whereas it is raham Minks; Hustonville, Adams opinion that the Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis-bur- g, the concensus of week thus spent has been decidedly W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyne Bros.; Brodhead, John Rob-bin- beneficial and pleasant, therefore be Lancaster, R. E. McRoberts; it g, Bee Lick, J. Reynolds & Son; Resolved, that we appreciate fully the exceptional abilitv and pecu W. A. Horton. liar fitness of Mrs. L. B. Sneed, our Conductor, for the work in which the pleasant visitors of G. W. Wil-ch- she is engaged, and extend her a vote of thanks for the painstaking Saturday night. Mrs. M. T. Reynolds, of Stanford, and earnest effort put forth in her who has been visiting her daughter, labors during this institute. Resolved, that we extend to Supt. Mrs. Sam Sims, returned to her home Singleton our thanks for his kindly "It' Just Wonderfcil. the Way ,GETS.1T Sunday. Makes All Corns Go Quick." Miss Nancy Carman, of Walltown, interest in our county schools and ever known because you don't have for .his manly and impartial disvisited her sister Mrs. George Sims to fool and putter around with your charge of his duties as County Sulast week. corns, harness them up with bandages or try to dig- them oat. Mr. Edgar Smith, of this place perintendent. GETS-IT- " liquid. You put Resolved, that made a trip to Danville the first of Evelyn Tardif ourwe extend Miss a few drops is aa few seconds. on in It thanks for the dries. It's painless. Put your stockthe week. very careful record kept by her as ing on right over It. Put on your Mrs. Clara Hickman, of Missouri, secretary. regular shoes. You won't limp or has been visiting her brother, Oatly our Resolved, that we extend a vote of have a corn "twist" in your face. The corn, callus or wart, will loosen from Stapp. thanks to the officers and members your toe oft" it comes. Glory hallelu, of the Baptist church for the use of jah! "GETS-IT-" is the biggest sell- -' remedy in the world. the their building, Commissioner's Sale the town for and tokindlycitizens of Inff corn It. vcu know why. "When you trv interest the "G3TS-IT- " is sold and manifested in our meetings. druggists everywhere. 25c to a judgment of the Resolved, that since the injection In obedience a bottle, or sent on receipt of price, by E. Lawrence & Co.. Chicago, 111. of politics into $hegreat educational Lincoln Circuit Court rendered at Sold in Stanford and recommend system of our ?State retards its dethe May term, 1916 in the action of velopment andJJfin many ways mili- ed as the world's best corn remedy The Columbia Life Insurance Com-pn- y tates against its best interests, there- - by The Lincoln Pharmacy : against Richard S. Scudder and McKinney Deposit Bank on cross petition against same, the undersigned law-maki- ng 1 I "See Thai dear Off!" w T" - s; Way-nesbur- er -- recom-raended-- by A Superior 9 Disc Fertilizer Drill with Grass Seeder at a Bargain. It has been used .only one season. w. H. HIGGINS Corner Main and Depot Streets, STANFORD, KENTUCKY ls j &4 A The Interior Journal, Stanford, iflentucky: Friday, September 22, IS BEST STORY TELLER Miss Page Nine SOME GREAT RACING AT THE LEXINGTON TROTS Colt racing has become one of the big features in harness horse affairs and this year's division of $21,000 Kentucky Futurity for three year old trotters to be raced at Kentucky's Great Trots. The first and to date only two year trot of the season was the Sweepstake at Cleveland won in sensational time by Mary Coburn, trotting the first heat in 2:10 She has every right to be a sensational trotter as her sire Manrico won the greatest race ever trotted in the three year old division of the Kentucky Futurity and her pedigree on the dam's side is just as good. The filly was bred by the former famous actress, Viola Allen, who in private life is Mrs. Peter Duryea. Mary is the property of the Pastime stable. Second to her and forcing the pace at Cleveland was Harvest Gale, daughter of the champion stallion, Harvester 2:01 bred by David M. Look. Other cracks that have not started are The Real Lady, in the Murphy's stable that trotted a mile in 2:10 last half in 1:02 last quarter in 30 2 seconds, a sensational performance, Worthy Volo that recently irotted in 2:13 and back in 2:12, and Cord Worthy (2) 2:18 a half brother to Bingen Silk (2) that took his record a young lady in the sulky and is much faster than his record. This event is worth 1-- 4. Co-burn Frayser, of Louisville, Known as an Educator. Well FallClothing OF BOURBON POULTRY To be the finest story teller in America is a distinction of no small moment, and yet it rests so lightly upon Miss Nannie Lee Frayser, of Louisville, that one has actually to hear her in the exercises of her rare art to recognize the justice of the critical dictum which gives her that distinction. . Primarily Miss Frayser is an educator, and is giving her thought and time to the highest ideals in all educational move- f&'Zi'S' "v We have just received our first shipment of Fall Clothing and they are CURE down the throat of a caplnc chicken, destroys the worms wmmm&MK r'm Ht.W PREVENTS DISEASE POULTRY and saves'the chick's life. A few drops in the drinklctr water cures ao A For the treatment of White Diarrhoea in chicks and Blackhead and other diseases in turkeys BOURBON CURE HAS NO EQUAL 12 TKe mai wiik morvev keens it in tKe Bank where it is safe from fire or burglars or his own extravagance. o One 50c bottle makes and-owne- d 1-- When you carry money in your pocket the temptations and chances to spend it are very great. Greater rowers and for things that you don't actually need, soon melt your pile away. Put your money in the Bank. It is safe there. Add to your balance every cent you can spare. Soon you'll be "a man with money." Put YOUR MONEY in OUR BANK. We pay 3 per cent, interest. than you think, for a few dollars here and there to bor- $5,000. poultry and show birds. I have been using Bourbon Poultry Cure for the past seven years and never lose a chicken with disease, and I attribute my success to the use of this wonderful remedy. Have cured several bad cases of roup and other infectious disease with it, therefore 1 speak from experience when I say it cures. I heartily recommend it to my poultry raising friends in this and adjoining counties, as Ihn greatest remedy I have ever used for the cure and prevention of poultry diseases." Jno. O. Reid, Stanford, Ky. 'I am a large breeder of fancy gallons of medicine. Far Beyond Any msftfWrW IB We Have Ever Handled We have these in Pure German Dye. No fade. Cut to fit. Prices same as always. Call now and see them. CHlrTOX, JJCS&J CLOTHES 6i.RaT..j Don't forget that after Oct. 1st, the I. J. subscription price will be Miss Nannie Lee Frayser, $1.50 a year but till then you may Louisville, Ky. subscribe for as many years in adments. She has for years been active vance as you wish at $1 a year. in Sunday-schoo- l work, being the Elementary Superintendent of the Kentucky Sunday-schoo- l Association, and is a national authority on methods of interesting children and directing their activities into healthy channels. For some years most of the summer months have been taken up by Miss Frayser in attending Sunday-schoo- l Conventions and Schools of Method in other states, but she has reserved the time to bring her best to the Convention of State Sunday-schoo- l Kentucky, which will meet at Somerset, October 5-- Sold in Stanford by The Lincoln Pharmacy PUBLIC SALE ROBINSON'S wcv AAtfAmaaaMmtoarajB5agEEajji .LAjna The Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky The Lincoln TrustC o. OF STANFORD, KY. Capital, $25,000. Under same management as The Lincoln National Bank, is now ready to serve you in pacity of EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, DIAN, TRUSTEE, Etc!, at the office of The County National Bank. "Corner Next To Court House." County the caGUAR- AN INSPIRING PROGRAM Program of Kentucky S. S. Convention Is One of the Best. A very comprehensive program has been prepared for the State Sunday-schoo- l Convention, which will be held There will at Somerset, October be sunrise prayer meetings, county officers' conference and supper, parade, vesper service, acquaintance open-ai- r supplies hour, exhibit of Sunday-schoo- l and books, and divisional conferences Bible study, business, superintendents' problems, new elementary standard day, Christian citizenship, class, school and county prob Iems, will all have a place in the discussions. 5-- Lincoln Mwk &z&. METAL, 1 SHINGLES Office of GANFIELD fat heifers. CROPS R. M. NEWLAND 100 barrels of corn, five stacks of We Headquarters for Best mrougrLwitk John M. Casey, D. V. M. Livery and Auto Service hay; 15 acres of hemp and nine Educator of National Reputation and acres of tobacco. FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE Prominent Educator. Farming implements of all kinds. Phone 168 and 45. Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and Stanford, Ky. Veterinary Surgeon Buggies; Open Day and Night. TEKMS: Made known on day of Grad. Cincinnati Veterinary College Autos by trip or the mile. Give us a Though not a Kentuckian, and hav- sale. Call and see the place yourself. (Rec. by U. S. Gov.) Trial, We Will Please You. jzz ing lived in the state only a little over For any other particulars or inforVACCINATE Office. Farris' Stable H. H. Carter, Manoger-Phone 5. a year, President Ganfield, of Center mation see or write me. R. C. am prepared to vaccinate for An Kentucky CARTER & CARTER, Stanford, Ky.. Stanford, Ky., R. F. D. 5. I thrax, Black Leg, and all other Danville, Vlf f College, Danville, is fast making THE STORMPROOF ROOF tock diseases. friends in all parts of the state. No JOHN COOK, Veterinarian, man has been so in demand for adFor SbJo by PUBLIC SALE Stanford, Ky. Phone 204. dresses on public occasions during the last year. As soon as he arrived in Blue-Gras- s On account of ill health I will offer T. We PENNINGTON, WILL STONE, Stanford. Ky. for sale to the highest bidder at my DENTIST home known as the Lucien Lasley Myers House Flats Stanford, Ky. si- N Phone: Office 240: Res. 165 place 5 miles east of Stanford, on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, I offer for sale privately my farm of 261 Acres, J. B. PERKINS the following property: one of the best Blue Grass Stock Farms in Central DENTIST 14 head of yearling past cattle; Lincoln Bank Building Rooms 28-25 cows from 2 to 8 years old ; Kentucky. On it is a dwelling house of 10 rooms, 2 STANFORD. KY. Phone 214 4 weanling calves; large stock barns, a large tobacco shed and all neces1 aged mule, a good worker; 1 aged mare safe for any one to sary outbuilnings. Also two good tenant houses. 140 W. W. BURGIN drive; also following farming tools: DENTIST acres of the farm is in grass, 30 acres in corn, and 1 corn planter; Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays the rmainder now being plowed for wheat. All of at Crab Orchard corn drill; 1 cutting harrow Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays 2 Oliver turning plows; said farm is in a high state of cultivation; well water-s- d, at Stanford 2 double shovel plows;' Lincoln Bank Buiding Office in splendidly fenced, located near Q. & C. Railroad, 1 Superior grain drill with fertione mile from depot, 3 2 miles from Hustonville lizer attachment; FAOCl0& E A. O -3 E5 k. V ATnii:AV, gctcisi: Monday, octosck 2 Lightning hay press and other "When In Doubt Take and 8 miles from Stanford, the county seat. Tronprs) ivnU'f.;. , Tlio WtZr- -i llz". Ci , l:Z Troiiinjr f ngs too numerous to mention. . . . il.Wll ... ...5 2,000 '500C UrreiVr'!-- - Makes a Tlif I"uirff. t This farm is one of the very best in Lincoln coun,ifo 1lot.l ............. .... 11,20 J r. IJ 2:06 0v. V V'Terms made known on day of sale. Sanitary Plumbing, Heating, Tin.. I'lU.l.ff I,Wfci:to ty, situated in the very heart of the Blue Grass disCol. W. D. Peters, Auctioneer. ning and Guttering Guranteed. ;onia.y, ocTonri: 9, OCTOBER c -- .ie Cr.st.clun tup. s:7 'Irnflers . . .? .rr.o Ky. Myers' Pumps and Gray Engines BUSTLE, Crab Orchard, J. H. . . . .".Ui.O C;iarr.;iiiii 1 uturiiy 'j'Hty ... . rTnttiwc trict of Kentucky. Will sell at a bargain. ... J,Wfl Sillfl Chw-si.203 :I4 Class. ':n.:tl:j W. K. WARNER Pres, W. A. Ganfield, Danville, Ky. 2:SJ7 Clrt, I'tlr.,j ....... ...... ... r.iMSii 2:15 CS.1- -, Any one wishing to buy a good stock farm should Stanford, Ky. Phone 188 ( state he connected himself with NOTICE TO THE TilO ..I.'.li.l l.(Rth) ...? O f er the see this place before buying elsewhere. w$cn:vZ.zAVr octobek i. ::;!e ... 2,000 all the movements that are trying to lin:r kroit;n I ctf Corrr. ?rf Pacing ... .? 3,003 1,0.1 05 tis-R. E. TAYLOR, TAXPAYERS. DR. 2Mf Vim lAootoT''. i..t IrottiRS - Cir. ... 1,000 make this a greater state. His expe. S. M. OWENS, McKinney, Ky. 1,000 Tnttlajj 2:1il Oa-fGraduate of the Cincinnati Veterinmt?xeb.y, ocToar::: II. rience in educational and religious 2:12 t!.w, F1K ary College. , 'Z:i ; Viicu.; Cerber:a:-J:ro j I'ciiiiz ... ... ...S 2.000 movements in the North and West 'iiii.rit TKTHflJAr, OCTCBnr. 5. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. I, or my deputies will be at the fol- Phone 5. -- :' . . . 1.2v)3 give him a fund of information that f"'1' "Scalier 2:0C Trottinc ... 5 Oa. Cartel & Carter's Stable. Th io8pto-Vr-O... 1,000 enables him to speak with a broad lowing places in Lincoln county on 2:Ht' 4 Sas. Tr:t.nc f STANFORD, KENTUCKY. J Oats Tnntlnc 2:" is 1,uu0io.,o raK 2:C9 Cfcan, Iuciu? ...$ 1.0PC outlook. The committee of glad that the dates named for the purpose of . .. 1,000 Dr. Ganfield could be one '2:2' t!a. Trts;::ix the Ifl Oi". Ir' i ... 1,000 ers at the Somerset Convention speak- collecting your taxes which are now ,. 2:lt pMinw Trotters,) .... a in Oc- due. Please meet us promptly. Bring Tlircc-... IM'O Birr J. M. REYNOLDS Trotters j.Wilf IAineimi 'ffrotllntj ................ WAYNESBURG. UNDERTAKER, l.wnjI'KIDAY r.r.1 S.'.TCDO.tY. CTOBEK 13 tober. 2:13 your road claims with you. Dates are 1.0WJI a:tl U KIsIIRVED. 2:20 Cla- -, I'scias ................. We carry a large and. complete stock as follows: of Caskets, Robes etc at all times. ; EXHIBITS AT CONVENTION Phone: Farmers' line No. Axworthy 2:0GJ, Tfce Stallion King Lee Crab Orchard, Sept. 16. Woodstock line No. King's Mountain, Sept. 22. Calls answered day or night. Waynesburg, Sept. 23. To Beat World's Record An Interesting Exhibition Has Been Hustonville, Sept. 30. Arranged For at Someset. Monday, Oct. 2, or Tuesday, Oct. 3. Auto Bus Between Crab Orchard, Oct. 7th. King's Mountain, Oct. 13. Due emphasis is not always given Danville and Stanford Waynesburg, Oct. 14. csrKEDUGED to the exhibit of books, Sunday-schoo- l Daily Except Sunday Hustonville, Oct. 21st. supplies, charts and maps at a state Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) We are going to cater to the best Crab Orchard, Nov. 4th. at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. convention. So many delegates are so Waynesburg, Nov. 11th. Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at eager to hear all the addresses they trade in Stanford and Lincoln counHustonville, Nov. 25th. 9:00 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. forget that a large part of education TRAIN EXCURSION Bundles and Packages Carried at ty and give you a Meat Market like comes through the eye. At the SomJ. G. WEATHERFORD, Sheriff of Low Charges erset Convention ample time will be Lincoln County. O. L. MINKS, Proprietor you never saw before in Stanford. : : given for visiting the exhibits without missing any of the addresses upon the We have on hand now some of r kave solved ourroof As I have decided to go to a better climate, I will on SATURDAY, SEPT. 30, 1916 go West I will sell sell to the highest bidder my farm, As I intend to at public auction on containing 20 4 acres. This farm THURSDAY SEPT 28, 1916, is located 5 miles from Stanford and 2 4 miles from Lancaster, within beginning at 9.30 o'clock A. M., MY mile of Stanford Lancaster pike. FINE BLUEGRASS FARM, seven Farm is all in good grass, with miles west of Stanford and three house in fine repair; all and a half miles east of Hustonville, outbuildings; 26x40 new barn on the banks of the Hanging Fork, with fine cistern at house and bam; two miles from Q & C. railroad, con- new wire fencing all overthe farm; taining 253 acres. good new orchard, consisting of 120 Will sell as a whole or offer in fruit trees; old orchard of 3G good two tracts, both of which are well fruit trees: 3 good mares in foal to improved. One tract contains 93 acres jack, 2 1 5; 1 yearsituated on the Turnersville and ling filly; 1 registered extra good Knob Lick turnpike at Peyton's driving and saddle mare; 3 good Well. Has nearly new improvements suckling mules; 3 good heifers, one consisting of frame building of sev- thoroughbred Aberdeen Angus; 1 en rooms, halls and porches, good jersey cow and calf; one yearling cellar and cistern at door, large to- steer; 4 spring lambs; 3 shoats that bacco farm, stock barn and all nec- will weigh 75 pounds each; 1 rubber essary outbuildings. The other tract tire buggy, in fine repair; 1 set of of 160 aeres, has a brick dwelling of wagon harness, been used about 6 eight rooms, good barn, cribs and all times; 1 set buggy harness and other necessary outbuildings. Both farms things too numerouse to mention. well watered and about seventy acres Terms made known on day of sale. in cultivation. Balance in grass. Sale begins prompelv at 10 o'clock. Farms are adjoining and would make CAPT. A. M. BOURNE, Auctioneer. an ideal home for two families. ' DALE B. WITHERS STOCK will also sell the following stock l Four good brood mares and four irood driving horses; mares with colts by side; 2 pair oZ mules; 2 well bred yearling fillies; 70 head of good stock ewes; 25 head of hogs; 3 cows and calves; 25 good feeding cattle rnd 4 3-1-nec-cessary HANGING FORK FARM FOR SALE ABeauiiMAssortnt mi of Cut Glass We have just received a number of very attractive, yet useful pieces, and invite the ladies, especially, to call and see them. All are deep cut, of chaste and beautiful pattern, and will make a very attractive addition to the home. Prices are reasonable. eight-years-ol- d, PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS The Lincoln PhariB ac)r Stanford, Ky. proDiem. PRESIDENT W. A. 4Ws iifr are leaks andrepairs and ourhouse Js Improved appearance. NUN-NELLE- Y, "St Splendid Farm For Sale Privately. 9, 44th Fall Meeting Oct 2 o 14. 1916 1-r- 1-- -T r-t VI- -) 1 ('--"' -- lr, Bath' TUr-SD.'-- K-irl- , " i.j 1! t' u s, v,, . i- c, Trn-ylvn- M I.-..- cr ta, Y wr-Cl- I NICE, CLEAN, FRESH the RAILROAD RATES' MEATS best Cuts of Fresh Meats; also some Extra Choice Cured Meats, Hams, Bacon, Etc. Call and see us or Phone No. 271. SPECIAL CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, OCTOBER 1st convention program. the We Will Save You Money on frigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Coolers, Etc. CALSO LAWN MOWERS AND GAR-DE- N Re- $1.50 ROUND TRIP FROM HARRY JACOBS Fine Monumental Work Cemetery Hill, Phone 164 Stanford, Ky. Closed on Saturday Dealer In Junction City SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. ::':::::: INSURANCE i' Surety TOOLS. C. B. HARBERS0N, Ticket Agent JUNCTION CITY, KY. Bonds; Farm Loans West End Insurance Agency, W. J. 61-1Campbell, Hustonville. 6p in all its branches: 5. GEORGE H. FARRIS. Sanitary Meat Market . Geo. T. Wood, Prop., Stanford, Ky. Page Ten Condensed Statement ot The Report of The Interior Journal, Stanford, f Kentucky: Friday, September 22, 1916. T SUNDAY-SCHOO- L ACQUAINTANCE HOUR Feature of State Sunday School Convention. All over Kentucky there are men and women who are doing fine things in their own Sunday Schools, some are pastors, some are superintendents and some are teachers. Then there are a lot of people who serve as county officers, giving very much of their time and energy to helping all the schools in their counties to do better work and get more people into their schools. Many of these have never met the workers outside of their own counties. There will be an opportunity at the State Convention for these to get together, learn each other's names, tell some of the successes they have won, and learn how to solve some of the problems they have met. One of the great blessings that comes from a large convention is the making of new friendships. DR. JOHN R. SAMPEY Prepare Sunday School Lessons For Twenty Million People. The First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky., Made to the Controller on Sept. 12, 1916. RESOURCES , Loans, Stocks and Bonds $264,543.60 U. S. Bonds 50,000.00 6,798.50 Banking House 34,479.01 Cash and Due from Banks CONVENTION SOON FIFTY-FIRS- CASTOBIA For Infants and Children. roe.Tii! ANNUAL MEETING TO BE HELD AT SOMERSET, T , OCTOBER 5, 6, 7 AND 8. r- MARION LAWRANGE TO SPEAK ! j There are few positions that call for such rare scholarship as that of preparing the Sunday School lessons for most of the pupils of the world. What is known as the International Sunday School Lesson Committee has always been composed of the men who were prominent not only as educators, but for their knowledge of the Bible. Dr. John R. Sampey, of the Southern 13.7-- 1' ,H f'fllliir A egelaulePreparaiionibrAs-simllaiiiigiiieFootfandRegiila-lin- :t1 Ti--- , - The Kind You Have Always Bought g Sunday School Workers From All Parts of State to Be Present Many Speakers of National Reputation Are on the Program. (lie Sio'itachs andBovclsof mzs LBu n SO-Wl 7L..11A.I.L4 ..l...1vl Promnles Hirfpstinnflrprfiif. :. 1.15,1 Total LIABILITIES $355,821.1 1 ness and ResLContatosneiihtr OpiunuMGrphine norMincral , Capital Stock Surplus Fund Undivided Profits Circulation Deposits Bills Payable .......: $ 50,000.00 28,500.00 2,905. 3 1 : : 50,000.00 2 9,4 5.98 1 1 5,000.00 $355,821.1 No. 2788 1 Total The program that has been prepared for the fifty-firannual convention of the Kentucky Sunday School Association, which will meet at Somerset Ocis an unusually attractive tober one. It is not often that so many speakers of national reputation can be secured for one gathering, but this time the committee in charge was very fortunate in getting just the lead- KNOWLEDGE OF BIBLE ers necessary to make the program so ESSENTIAL THIS YEAR complete that there will be something that will be helpful for all Sunday School workers, whatever the position Superintendent Educational Departin the Sunday School may be. There ment of the Kentucky Sunday-Schoo- l will be a unity through the entire proAssociation to Speakat Convention. gram, the general theme being "To st 5-- Bears the Signature of MC ll" Not Narcotic. Pizcpka Seed" AW Use K&: Ice: VSi'ld IJ BecpeofOMIkSllGZnmmR JlxSaaa BttatsnsxSila MhmSrtd- ClanBed Sungr Writ V W : H.W.", EliTO lS' v?!: MCA mJ V:m 5smfr Swrh.niarrhcci "VVorras,Convalsions.feveris!i- . Apcnect Remedy for Consffta-iin- ness enilLOSS OF SLEEP-TicSbib Signature ($ J wco-- Soots r of For Over "" The Centaur Compact, NEW XOUli ijt&p. s -- - REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK RESOURCES Loans and discounts (except those shown on b) U. S. Bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) Stocks other than Federal Reserve Bank stock Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per ct. of subscription Value of banking house (if unencumbered) $259,198.60 50,000.00 2,945.00 2,400.00 4,625.00 2,173.50 8,000.00 At Stanford, in tlie State of Kentucky., at close of business, Sept. 12, '16 Leading educators now admit that a knowledge of the Bible is necessary for the truest type of education. The Sunday-schoo- l is fast becoming a real educational institution, and the same test of efficiency should be given to the work done there that is given to the work done in the day school, and the teachers in the Sunday-school- s should ue given as careful training, . tfSfe Dr. John R. Sampey, Louisville, Ky. Thirty Years Baptist Theological Seminary, has been a member of that committee for a longer time than any other person who has ever been on the committee. This noted scholar has not confined himself to preparing young men for the ministry, but has kept in touch with all the movements for the bettering of mankind. He will be C2e of the speakers 'at the State Sunday school Convention at Somerset, October 6th. AUTHOR OF THE "GLORY m Tii"T3'"Vf ' rflJI 'Guaranteed underlie foou ar. .rf. gteBtaaatoa' . . fc.jcact Copy of Wrapper. SZ3MZ1 rrr- " THC CCMTAUFt Hi UBiiii COK'AW. NEW ITU Hi I mm-.v, n TOK CITY. WI&<Ai3X&M3 Trnn mrr m mi irHT"TTr ? Furniture and fixtures yurmrrrrnTwrnTTrirrM'Tir Net amount due from Federal Reserve Bank Net amount due from approved Reserve agents $ 2,168.50 in New York, Chicago and St. Louis Net amount due from approved Reserve agents 10,458.38 in other reserve cities Net amount due from banks and bankers (other than in,- cluded in 10 or 11) 346.69 ...$ Outside checks and other cash items 273.29 Fractional currency, nickels and cents :. Notes of other national banks Federal Reserve notes Coin and certificates Legal-tendnotes Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer er II 12,626.88 387.25 619.98 590.00 200.00 9,278.90 276.00 2,500.00 $355,821.11 $ SONG" TO LEAD MUSIC Chas. H. Gabriel, of Chicago, Whoss Hymns Are Sung the Vorld Over, on Program. iT"ii ' ' "". 5 Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in Surplus fund - - Marion Lawrance, General Secretary International Sunday School Association, Chicago. Serve," but there will be such a variety in the treatment of the topics, and such a number .of conferences for the discussion of different parts of the Sunday School that every one will be able to find something that will suit his special needs. The very mentionof the names of such speakers as Mr. Marion Lawrance, Dr. John R. Sampey, Mrs. Phebe A. Curtiss, Miss Nannie Lee Frayser, Dr. Chas. D. Bulla, President R. H. Crosstield, President W. A. Ganfield, Dr. W. J. McGIothlin, Mr. C. J. Nugent, Mr. Roy Roadruck, makes one determine to attend the convention. Then in addition to hear Mr. Chas. H. Gabriel sing and to belong to a chorus with this famous author and leader of music as the director still gives one only a partial conception of the great things awaiting those who attend this convention. :...- .Circulating notes outstanding Net amount due to banks and bankers (other than includ.. Individual deposits subject to check Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days Total demand deposits, Items 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, and 42, $169,494.43 Certificates of deposit Other time deposits Bills payable, including all obligations representing money borrowed, other than rediscounts $ 4,105.77 ' Undivided profits Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid.... 1,200.64 ed in 31 or 32) 50,000.00 28,500.00 2,905.13 50,000.00 32.77 165,494.43 4,000.00 17,000.00 32,888.78 5,000.00 Dr. W. J. McGIothlin Educational Superintendent, Kentucky Sunday-Schoo- l Association. $355,821.11 Total State of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ss: bank do solemnly swear I, H. C. Baughman, Cashier of the above-name- d that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier Correct Attest: Subscribed and sworn to before J. S. HOCKER, me this 18th day of Sept 1916 1 W. M. BRIGHT, Commission expires Jan. 11, 1920 Notary Public I M.'D. ELMORE, Directors S. T. HARRIS, and there should be opportunities offered both teachers and pupils for securing this Bible knowledge. Dr. W. J. McGIothlin, of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, is the superintendent of this- department of the State Association, and has been working out some splendid advance plans. He will come directly from an important meeting in Washington to Somerset and b& one of the speakers at the convention. - IS A PROMINENT EDUCATOR President Crossfield, Enthusiastic Worker, Is on Convention Program. R. H. Probably no song in thi3 age has been sung by more people than the "Glory Song;" it has been sung ail around the world, and has been translated into many languages. The honor of writing this famous hymn belongs to Mr. Chas. H. Gabriel, who is coming to Kentucky to be the leader of the music at the State Sunday School Convention. Mr. Chas. H. Gabriel, Jr., will accom-panhis father and be the pianist for the convention. This gifted man has also written many other familiar hymns, among them, "Just When I Need Him Most," "Somebody Needs You," "Help Somebody Today," "The Way of the Cross Leads Home," "I Will Not Forget Thee," "Keep the Heart Singing," and "He Is So Precious to Me." It will be a great inspiration to be part of a great chorus composed of consecrated singers and have the man who wrote, the hymn for the leader. This alone would be worth a trip to Somerset. Sunday afternoon after the close of the conferences at the different churches there will be a Vesper Service in the public square where a thousand or more people will join in a song service. y ij: Ford Touring Car S360 Ford Runabout $345 ?F. O. B. DETROIT F. O. B. DETROIT , H C. ANDERSON, Stanford Storage a 2 S jjl u ! I FORD AGENT FOR LINCOLN COUNTY Repairing Tire Accessories Phone 203 .JJI'mMiUlltM!IIRJ.!ff.-- i f. ,.. tlHLHHHi.lUI tyxn-iw w ! 1' .11 I H rls IJ 3 a it Q J ra iparaw Make Your Crops Bi 2g6r The best way is to put on the right kind of Fertilizer. We have just received a couple s of of the car-loadwell-know- n DR. BULLAWiLLTAKE PART roceries, Field Seeds, V Sunday-Scho- ol Head of Wesley Bible Cla'ss Movement and a Very Enthusiastic Worker. .,;4f; :;U?4&;tML juaaAs. There are some people who are able to do many things, and do them all well. Dr. Crossfield was for inanj years a successful pastor, and organ ized in his church a fine Adult Bible Glass. Later he was called to the presidency of a great university, and made such a success of that there was added the presidency of a Bible college for the training of ministers. In whatever position he is placeafee is always ready to give freely of h?j?ifts to helping in any movement that is try ing to make the world better. It is a difficult matter for such a man to sc adjust his time that he can accept the invitations that come to him. It is a great pleasure to the Sunday-schoo- l workers of tne state that Dr. Cross-fielcan take part in the annual Sunday-school convention to be held at Somerset, October 5-- i T. D. Newiand & Son, Opposite the Court - House, Stanford, Kentucky. Phone No. 168. the Methodist Church, South, a ago, established a department for the Organized Adult Bible Class and called to be the there was of It was a great advance step when few-year-s Swift and Armour Brands of Fertilizer And can sell it to you right. jS X , J i Rev. Chas. D. Bulla, D. D., Immediately head of it. a new life in the Sunday-schoothat denomination. A little ls '''''- - s? , , New Fa! 1 Ginghams. Large Assortment of Patterns For Children's School Dresses. Mrs. Phebe A. Curtiss, Columbus, O. .. rj". rjr;ki-''- -- ;ZX? f- . W. E. FERKIN; Crab Orchard, Kentucky HUHMitUli!2'JJZZaaXStZ ?5 fs ioB 1 Paf ant Flour Is Everlastingly Good On Sale At All Grocery Stores Every Sack Guaranteed N Some of the special features will be, Sunrise Prayer Moeting, Open Air Vesper Service; Great Sunday School Parade, Acquaintance Hour, Exhibit of Sunday School Supplies and Books, County Officers' Conference andSup-per- , Divisional Conferences. The officers and workers of the Kentucky Sunday School Association will review the work of the last year, and present plans for the future, th'j State President, Mr. Houston Quin; State Treasurer, Mr. Clarence Wat-kinGeneral Secretary, Rev. Geo. A. Joplin; Field Workers, Rev. T. C. and Mr. W. J. Vaughan; Office Secretary, Miss Frances Grigsby, will all have places on the program. Every Sunday School in Kentucky is entitled to send delegates, and some schools will send a number, and in that way will bring back to the school the most helpful, plans and ways for improving the Sunday School. All pastors, superintendents and teachers who can possibly do so ought to attend this convention. Write to the Kentucky Sunday School Association, 712 Louisville Trust Building, Louisville, for further information, if desired. s; te MM rWO Ort H3 .KV S&5Jrf ' - ? '5 4? j,&- 5& " "-S- A -- zr- - ENCOURAGING REPORTS Wonderful Strides Have Been Made By Sunday-Schodl- s of State. The last year has been one of remarkable growth in the Sunday-schoolof Kentucky. The reports of the President, Mr. Huston, Quin; the General Secretary, Rev. Geo. A. Jopr lin; the Field Workers, Rev. T. C. and Mr. W. J. Vaughan; the Office Secretary, Miss Frances L. Grigsby, together with those of the Departmental Superintendents of the KenSunday-schoo- l tucky Association, which will be made to the State Con vention in Somerset, will show that the year has been one that has surpassed all former years. The success attained, howeyer, is only a challenge to greater things in the future. N s Geb-aue- Ge-bau- er Dr. Chas. D. Bulla, Nashville, Tenn. up in the mountains of Western North Carolina are the beautiful and attractive resorts of Asheville, Black Mountain, Hendersonville, Brevard, Lake Toxaway, Saluda, Waynesville, (Lake Junaluska), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Spend your vacation at one of these cool and delightful places or at Tate Spring, Tenn. Round trip Excursion A WAY later there was given to this same man the task of organizing the classes in the Secondary Division of the Sunday-schooHe has not only been able to do marvellous things himself, but has trained a body of workers who are associated with him in working out the plans fo.r a great future. Dr. Bulla is an attractive speaker and will delight all who hear him at the Kentucky Sundayl. tickets are on sale daily, good until October 31st, via Special Kcuntaia. r.iucc Cajr. ixd dc3oir'rati-.a- l -rr nrd Bible Conferenc3 at Black ..v,..viHc N. C. (Laks Jnc3ln3lca.) C Stop-over- rjraswjTOMr ' ii??3tlcrC3Wr cf hc Scuth Kv?A?7rV' liiiii3i4" a.xJi.ttr allowed at all points. Three special Low Fare Excursions will be ran during the summer. Ask for details. s -School October Convention, at Somerset, For full information see Ticket Agent, Southern Railway, or write B. H. Todd, District Passenger Agent, Louisville, Kentucky. 5-- J. C. McCLARY To the Public: represent the largest and best madc-to- j order clothing house in this country Ed V. Pri'e and Co., Chicago. III. 3Iy experience in measuring and directing the mak-ove- r one who is not a practical tailor. If you ing of your clothes, gives ma the advantage 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 is now ready for your inspection. Can now "and let me show you. Poetical Tailor .VJJriiiL4 1 Stanford, Ky. CAPT. AM BOURNE cried anyvhere. 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