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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): December 15, 1916 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1916 int1916121501_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): December 15, 1916 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. EUbUhed 860.57th Year- .- No. 99. 1 :y HE Intekior J OURNAL Stanford, LincqlnCounty, Kentucky, Friday, December, 15, MRS. IKE SHELBY "BIG FOOT" DIES SUDDENLY JOHN CAUGHT 1916. . Tuesdays arid Fridays VETERAN GOES TO HIS REWARD OLDEST ODD FELLOW GONE & pastor of the Christian church nt this place and Miss Myrtle Murray, W. R. William. Pai.ei Away At Hit wns solemnized on Friday afternoon, Home In Huttonville Served Dec. 8th, In thnt church. The beautiUnder Tbomat In War ful nnd Impressive ring ceremony , Mm Bdmliton, ono of tho oldest "Uig Foot" John Englcmnn, locnr wns performed by Rev. Horace KingsWilliam R. Williams, .jwMinw respected citizens 01 Lin tho negro who Is charged with making bury, of Danville, an old schoolmate best known citizens of theone of End and perhaps nt the tlnta cm West and chum of the groom. The maid of of Lincoln county, died nt his homo In n murderous assault upon Mitchell 01 Ms death tho oldest UJd Fellow in Kantueky, paucd rtw-- iy nt tho homo early last Wcdncsdnv Dotson, n Wnyncsburg cattlo man, In honor wns Miss Mac Cnmpbell, of liustonvillo .1. Edmlrton, nt f hk sen, Dr. t) V. Mncksville, about three weeks ngo, Danville and the best man was Harry morning, nftcr a long nnd useful o'cloi Wednesday CraJfJjrttWd nt life. He would have been 74 years of is said tj have been nrrested at Leb- Collier of this place. Tho bride was at- age next April, had he lived. Mr. .'afcav-tw- o anon last night. Chief 4J. I). Carter tired In a blue charmcusc dress of vcars niro. in 18G4i Mr. was born nnd reared in liustonWon joined the order of which will go there on the 2:30 train this latest style and enrried a boquot of villo, nnd wns n member of one of tiiTWad la lnnf n mt.ml.Jir. liml 1w. wua mill liltn Mr. Mnrrimnn. nr.nrntna mnf llhoiled 111. Mr. P. M MMlnlinrfu lirn afternoon to bring the most prominent families of that the negro to bride's roses and looked her sweetof Mr. Shelbv. nt his law fare a charge of murderous hero the last of 'the charter membors of jor trucks all over its territory recciv- assault est. Rev. Wyatt as pastor of the section. He is survived by hlsfwlfc, ofllro here, shortly before noon, nnd against him. 103 He hnd poultry, eggs, etc. who was Miss Mary Thrclkcld Bishop, i Crab Orchard Lodgo No write-u- p ns ev- nnd six children, five daughters and ho- and Mrs. Meltobcrts, who is Mr. been repeatedly honored by his bro- Englemnti, who is a, well known church here needs no Shelby's" sister, went nt once to the police character, skipped eryone known so well the great work one son, who nre Mrs. II. R. Olson. thfs great until out ' then of always took order, nnd inter Murdered In Oklahoma home of Mr. Shelby. Details were not day after the tragedy when iton Mon- ho has nccomplishcd for the church of Mnrietta, Ga., Mrs. Bower Reese, " an nctivo the end re' generally received, except that denth ported that Dotscn had died was the during his charge over est truiU work for humanity. Ho was -it and those of Newnnn, Gn., Mrs. Dowd McCar- , will to rest in tho Widows' nnd Or- - Former Lincoln County Man Shot In had come suddenly to Mrs, Shelby, wounds in nis head. He was of seen who Ioy, or know the bride best feel that he n umcr,Ukolona, Miss., Sirs. Henry who, so far as known, had been in going west on the L. & N. Dark By Drunken Negro t thans lot of the Odd Fellows in the oi ami iuy, uuin nnn railroad good health previously. i Crali Orrhnril rrmrtiv. fnllrtwincr tlin f but nothing more wns heard of him has chosen wisely nnd well. Myrtle, Mrs. F. J. Mansfield, of Winchester, Tiirnpravlllp. Tli.i IK airs, bhclby is survived only by until a passenger coming to Stanford ns president of the Christian Endeav- Ky.. nnd Dr. O. S. Williams, of Hus- Cji.vlViferv'anco of the beautiful ritual of j Mms order over his rcmnlns before in ftrt, Tho ridntlvr nnil nf Hnnrrrr. her husband of her immotlinta fnmilv. on the. late L. fi N. Thursday night, or society here had few equals in the tonville. - tbeir only child some timo awakened Chief Carter and informed Early in life the deceased becam" torment. Religious sendees were con - 'Goode, of Fredrfck. Okln. were shock- - 'inv'nK work nnd endenrcd herself to the a , . mini him that he had member of the Christian church nnd Englcmnn " "? 'K,lmo incnu, j. . ed when they learned that he hnd Vr V t' Mchlroy, of Marion county, nnd was McClary, at the. home. ,y n in the depot nt Lebanon. The little ones by her efforts for their through out his long life, he lived a .runkcn negro, in V(pry iriiant nnd talented woman. the finest'''"" murlcrc chief immediately got on the Job, ndvnncemcnt. For six years she had faithful follower of the meek nnd low-I- v onturdny, Dec. 2nd. He went in Her husband is n great grandson phoned to officers nt Lebanon, ' W gentlemen In the county, esteem.'0" Nnzcrenu. When the war between made her home with Mr. and Mrs. R. Q,rfomt ami bdnvcil iiv nil who know him. and cot his Inundrv nnd ennui out of dov. Isaac Shelby, flint governor wns soon informed that bis man and L. was Collier, who took great pains to the states broke out, he espoused the Kentucky. - nnd wn shot in tin. l.nrt-- with n ,Jfc vraxa racmber of one of tho counside of tho union, and fought bravely under arrest. int 0' Dotson ii said to be on "he fair give her every advantage socially. in Gen. Thomas Command. He was u who says he did e'd'id him to theGrTat i She is a girl of fine sense, good taste, member of the Mnsonic fraternity and b road to recovery now, nlthotigh his DEMOCRATS not know Mr. Ooodc nnd Mr. Goodul mtv vrnrn ncn.. 1 hrpo . .. i OF LINCOLN COUNTY life wns despaired of for a while. An economical nnd practical and will cer- n mcmiier or tastlcman Uommnndcry, ... r. .!: r. W, J Kilmlston, noi ec me negro ni an. Me vas n operation wns performed on his skull, tainly be to him n loving helpmate. Knighta Templar, of Cincinnati. For with VUr. several years he drove Rural Route I fre made his home, John S. Kd- - son of the late Jerry fioode anil the I do not believe In nny candidate Wiiith II 'lai elieved will restore him -- M.l .W . I !...- to consciuiness so thnt he will be able Roth bride nnd groom were recipients No. 1 out of liustonvillo, with great vi X- Iiiuuvr . ... of lnr., fm lv of rh Mron ' iiHiiuueuuiK iiiiii 117I4(n ....I !.,.. ..m..o 1... i.i; " ,, Me was the oldest brother ,. 1. to tell how the crime waa nVtcmpwH. of many useful and handsom presents satisfaction to the patrons of the . .. .. . " ,lK wu" ' jenrn diii nnu never mar - i" "iioi)ly." I lie nlllee of bounty Judge A witness is aid to hay'been foUnd which would have numbered many route nnd the service generally. He nlnton. of Louisville. g before the civil wnr, the.rled. He leaves three brother, Arch, is a very important office, und one in who saw Englemnn stftktf the more hail thi-ifriends been posted wns compelled by ill health to retire from the service of the government. wr.s a Uhlg; during that.Goode, of Snyder. Tex.. Vm. Goode i which each nnd everv tnx nnvnr of the man and Uicn ra. va us to the wedding day, but it was ' I a Funeral services were conducted . J. D. KBynoI,l.l,Cnlro. Mo., th county is, or should be interest- such a carefully guarded secret that Thursday afternoon, with the full 0lr"- - A,uln'1 dinner, of Mercer ed, nnd a man to fill that office nnver nllowed hla noli. few if any knew about it until the nnd beautiful Masonic ritual. Grand be selected because of his Commander C. N. Smith of the bsUo interfere with his county, Mrs. hate Coffey, Tom Goode should day before. Knights Tomplnr enme over from V. Martin of Lincoln, be qualification and fltnesi for the office, Will Be Profitable Religiout Feature ndshin: its an illustrn and Mrs. h, receiving congratulations nt Danville, and conducted the services After - sil,, II W.OucstfliHlK. II. llro Il0st of n,cci,g nni, nr,lhl.W8 nnd not because of some insincere Here After Chrittmat Mrs. Collier's from their wide circle in the presence of n host of friends itnunchest i.tM('ihc section, wereilemo i,,'liind friMids who mourn thnt the good promise or proposition uppeallng toj in .all (Mt Much interest is being manifested of friends and partaking of an ele nnd loved ones, who gathered to pay the last ends. jrnan Is no more. He spent so.me weeks 'any one inteiest. "Xcr in the heries of "Quiet Talks" which gant lunch, they were motored to splendid tribute of respect to this P. citizen. Rdmiston United'' last vear With relatives In Kenlurkv In miikintr mv nnnniinppmaWn n will be given by Mr. S. D. Gordon in Stanford, where they took the train W.church. He at nil 'and many wcro the happy hours they candidate for the democratic Stanford Dee. .31st to Jan. 4th un- for Louisville. After a visit to ho r County Judge. declared der the auspices of tho Stanford groom's family at Valley View near $6,000 In Xmas Money "",Bf "l" 'layS -start on luncrni wns conuucie.i myself in fnvor of increasing the pay churches. The series.'IIwill the Chris- - ' Louisville, they will leave Jan 1st, l"uWhich he lived ami .the Sundny evening Dec. nt To Re Distributed By Lincoln Co. me rresuytcrian church nt Kred-- . for work done on trie dirt roads of the itian, with a union serivce, the sub- ini National Bank Saturday rick, of which he hnd huiir Iippm :i county to "G cents n day for a hand Iject of Mr. Gordon's talk being "A for Ocala, Fla., where Rev. Wyatt NS FARM SOLD member und after Masonic servieea and not less than $:2.(I0 for wagons Simple Story of a Startling Change." will have charge of n church next ilil at " Saturday, at 4 o'clock, the Lincoln . .. tin "Ji nd tha "Hi II t mrltia a il He speaks four afternoons at 3 year. In bidding good bye to these County J- - ...lU. rnutlm..! f "l .lnv KHIve the body was laid to and teams. You, will notice that I did o'clock nt then Presbyterian National Bank will mail out the church two we with others feel that church, C"'r.'v' " ;ast week ."(.rcsl-by not say thnt n man with n wagon and following this, and four nights fol- Sunday School and Endeavor Socetj,' checks to its Christmas Club memrAid late bers. This means that 577 individi nore was n goon crown out Sunday tentn should not be pnid more, but lowing at 7 o'clock at the Christian to. uaviu iiouinson, ui sustain n great loss, but wi hpe uals will hnve money to mXQ are jju acres in , u, henr the nw pastor. that "they should not be paid let.s." church, his subjects being as follows: their joyful beginning of life will nt presents this season, if thev spend for so de.sire, WAfternoon Subject! D. Gooch and family have My opponent nnd friend, T. A. Rice l&PhCXuVfwUj nnd the sum they can disburse, if Monday Change its c!oe be brighter still. "Does Praver . .....u, ,...,,,. they choose to do so, amounts to declares in his announcement thnt ho Anything?" " Mic,uusunnu paid lori"-"- -' On Christmas eve the Junior eUKsJ ogo. .Mr. Kobliifon! We understand that James II. is in favor of paying hands SI. 00 nnd $C,000, which is quite n tidy little Tuesday "Why Prayer Fails?" will entertain from half sum to put into circulation all at once-anthe aim owned by lleck and fnmilv will soon leave for wagon nnd teams v Wednesday "How to Insure Refor each $2.00 decujed Montana. Mr .1 A Manning has rent- past six until seven at the Christian will undoubtedly make business 'pt,,the Juttec sults in Prayer." day ot 10 hours. ' Thursday "The Chief Significance church, here. The Baptist brethren mighty goqd. just .beore. Christmns. Now at the time I made my an... .. JlalinTiiirs: have kindly ngreed to have, their ser- The Lincoln County National Bank's rtnuerson ,k ii. ilOIrJ. ..i ,..., I VlsiUllL' fnemls lion- oi Califomin, is nouncement I happened to know the of this World War.".'" Christmas Savings Clubs have grown W...1. Night Subject! 'it'i .iti ni.; iii.J iiii.ii. vices begin a half hour later on Ijjis in popularity each year and more Monday. "A Fascinating Hit of account. Every member of the Juniors law of our (date makes 8 hours a legA,r "Tan Cooper nnd wife nnd members will bo made happy this ! S JJANCE HERE al day's work on the public roads, Biography." Tuesday "God on a Wooing Er- must be present. This entertainment year with the handsome checks than Club, with , 1,ltl' daughter, .Mary Catherine, -J- Oarice my proposition to pay 75c nnd rand." and The club for next is free and we hope a full house will ever before. ed Mrs. K. L. Martin Sunday. venr's savings for Christmas starts S2.00 for 8 hours wort, amount to Wednesday "Does God Need You greetjthem, ns taken much at tjie bank promptly on Monday VTL . "". ri "largnret, the little daughter of ,."Yyn .r-r- i ' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Coonev has been about the same ns Mr. Ricu's propo- and Me?" Thursday "A Mastcimg Passion." pains to present an interesting pro morning, Dec. 18th, and all who wish sition to pay $1.00 and $2.00 for 10 gram. The leaders, Mrs. Sidles and to join can obtain full particulars sick. Admission I n. ilollclitf ul nf - nulUhouis work. Mr. Rice forgets, or does dially invited.is free nnd nil nro cor- Mrs. George Stephenson - tho lielles and ' have certain- from the 'obliging officials at this pop- -' J. T. Coffev and K. L. Mnrtin .1... A friend lias kindly written the fol- ly worke'd hard for the advancement ular banking institution. it Ion. us the annual livprml n Inml nf il.i,.-,- . ., iv..,.:n.. not know that a County Judge can&. not make, lowing about the coming of Dr. Gorof the little tots and they try their t week. Coffey received 18 cuts ute laws, amend or repeal our Stat- don here: 1L At the matinee tomorrow Miss Mc- and if he wants to thus ene Mnrtin 1( in UWf-rndhis very best to do as their leaders sug-- 1 Roberts will play "To the Sea by Hear Dr. S. D. Gordon Adm'ission "n" gage, he should be a vandidatc for the Macdowell. " Dee. 31 gest. in "Quiet vfov lhvitnttou, nttrac- legislature instead of County Judge. tp Jan. Talks" nreStanford. face with 1. We face to r rnrus now ucing WELL KNOV,Ti NEGRO DIES THE J. H. WRIGHT SALE do not pretend to say that 7f cents a great spiritual opportunity. SURPRISED THEIR FRIENDS John W. .llnyden .aired . tl venn. for n man and $2.00 for u man and The sale of James II. Wright,' who Porhai s no man in modern times . .. . .1 0,lc "' lni "csl Known colored citi-- 1 recently ' FOR TEACHERS His enough, considering prevail has lirought the precious gospel of ghoii many friends in Lincoln were Loff pike sold his farm on ihe Cut- c Jesus, The Saviur, to so many human quite a surpris'e Thursday when ,,n..,).nt liens of Stanford, died at his home team is .... south of Stanford to, Frank ipg conditions, nut l l.elieve that to i Wings as Dr. Gordon. .He has car-b- e Logan (. . McCormnck, son of v. M Mnrtin, wns-- splendid one'Thursday. Mneksulle WedneMlny. after n JlSon announced this, ' as much as the county can pay tried The Message around the world, i illness of typhonl fever. .. nnn one oi me mosi noiwiinsuinniiig He', has received about hm' weainer. j a4, ."ayden y,.-- , p, iter at the until some means can lie devised to! and his books Quiet Talks in Pray popular young farmers of the Me-- , big crowd was present, buycra'com- lestbuFe to the countv ' ):or s ,- " hi- - unfniling - ASHI'1" ,ln, Cormack'a section, and Miss Minnie ing from nil over tjii3 and surround-er Tower '. Temptation "service sralfors their saluies'fori31increase the road funds of our ing counties. CobJohn B. Dinwiddle, i " Our Lord's Return, and others, have Lee Sanders, of Garrard, were ,. , T: ntns. wnicn win cor- . gre.u been translated inton srore of for ly muriied nt the home of Rev. D. M.jwas in fine fettle, and gqt the high' imidu in good time fori1'' - ""." j Walker-her- o Thursday morning. Af-- , dollar. Sales of the live stock were'?? ..a nni- ium. If I weie County Judge nnd theieiirn tongues. uro nam m mis "Ki'h'I Jiim hiirhly. He suvot! county had the money.- I would triad - Dr. Gordon inarriiul a Kentucky Iter the ceremony, the bridnl par. tyj as follows i Jersey cow to J. H. Yowell lijmji! the county w.ho Jersov cow, P. L Beck ,1,50; ' irl, Miss Mary Kflgore, inunv uuu iuuivii a iiimrni .ooi ly vote as- u member nf the fiscnl H of Glas (drove to the home of the bride's Hit '(niini ;; coW and calf, gow, nml he is a brqther of "Ralph tents, Mr. and' Mrs. James Sanders, at cow, W. A. Brant ; inn :on .mi. onue .:"'" l" "mu-coin t to pay each man $1.25 nnd each Conner," the fiction Iter Hon recentlv. He was a member r. Lancaster, where they were delight- - P. L. Beck $C9.50; cow and calf P. L. ;, iiiq nnuv 01 the colored .Masonic loiliro near man with a team $"1.00 for each day's Dr. Gordon is in demaridln great fully entertained ut dinner. The bridal Beck $65; cow, R. L. Berry S34; cow, 41 popular little son ' McKinney. He was buried at tho col-i- 'i work of 8 hours each, but the finan- centers of population and to liave him 'pair will vit.it in Garrard a short ' E. T. Pence, Sr., $!19; cow, Wm. Lair--nt Harrow's cial condition of our county would in our midst, to close tho year 1910. 'whilci after which they will return to! $52; cow. It. L. Berry $39; Jersey P? this city, is "r.'(l burying ground cow ' lernoon. death of his not now justify theVe prices, and it sitting nt his feet, hearing the Old Lincoln nnd go to housekeeping on 'cow Ike Phillips $32; Jersey coW .nnd, . anjf Story of Jesus, love and power and the Tdrner Carpenter farm, recently calf, R. L. Borry $57.50; il cnrlv this wek ; "fj.'would be but piping of n hypocrite in the dawn of the New Year to hear j purchased by mp grooms father. Mr. cair. I'aul finch &u; Jersey lienor; ! Make some nice money by the nni V nth or two ago. buying some of the beautiful 'ind the braying of a demogoirue to it again told so wonderfully, mag- MeComiack is being congratulated W. L. McCarty $30.50; brindle heif- s.,1 by his hostjof friends upon winning er,- - E. T. I'cnco, Sr., .325;. Jersey given every ni - acreaue lots in Vandcvi- - Pni-U- r make promises that I could not ful- net icly, ns Dr. Gordon tells it, is n priviledge hnd should inspire, so fuir u bride, who is pne of Gar- - heifer, J. L. Reatley fill. When I was a fcl-?ft I"" S.trday, Dec 16 and fcu islature 1 procuredmember of the leg- nil to a i loser walk with God through- rard's most attractive daughters. She, heifer, E, T Pence, Sr.,$30;",Jcrsey $22; Jersey the passage of a out the year. Hear him. 98-- 1 them up in smaller lots. is a sister of S. B. Sanders, of Hubble, hclfdr, W. C-- Shanks $30 ; Jersey law authorizing the fiscal courts of nnu win njnKe n spieauiu neipmaioineuer, j. r. unanceuor $s-i- ; two ? YZl for the man of her" choice. They have heifer calyes,- - W. II. Shanks $40:-th- e ElliliJ M CpnttHMtion the state to furnish tools" to be used WANTS TO BE JUDGE i" .if News of the Churches heartiest good' wishes of till their! bull calf. W. II. Shanks $27.50; red Mr. Thomas A. Riie. n nrnminmit. on the dirt roads, nnd if elected 5&1 in tA winter is a y Ed Duvis SJ5.5Q: two bull, Presbyterian Church, Sunday Det. friends ns they start upon the jour-Ical- f, IfjnstlpntioiiM'ou citizen of Stanford, wants to be County Judge I will be in fnvor of Ives, Sam J. Embry $50; black.' calf, uf life together. 17 -- Sunday School at 9"r.";: Morn IHatlcss, yodrcom - fudge of Lincoln county, and has so furnishing n reasonable number of ing Worship 11, "Chnti.-ii.ithorsa ' IR. L. Berry $15; Before $., mule, K. T. Pence, ijr., ?GU; yearling avid en- - announced himself. Judging from the suitable tools to be used on tho dirt Chiitt's Birth;" C. K. Meeting at 0:30 JOHNSON H1LLYER I mnro mule, J. II. Poynter S14U: two- Evening service nt T o'clock. thlslrondi- - nianv nice things that aie being said i roads of our county. n,ip jA Rvy. Garland Singleton performed year - old maro mule. ,W. Hi Shanks At the Christinn church Sunday u wetiiiing Jr. King's! New about Mr. Rice, he will easily be olect- Large sums have been spent in ma- or ceremony njMo mule. B. W. Dec. 17th. Unified service begins ho St. Asaph Hotel in the parlors - $l0G. t Ihursday even- oivens $107; pony col'M. aWtive tllit re- - ed. He has a splendid record und is chinery to be used on the nikes and promptly nt 10 o'clock. Young Peo. ing, young K- mtfitines without popular with everybody. Mr. Rice is a I o no good tenson why those who ple's meeting nt"C:30x, Preaching nt man between Oren Hillyer, aJuretha 'mnn ?3C. fiQrrt!l buKgy mnro C. L. from Iowa and Miss Gover $107; draft marc. Fox Wf'rotlnnr will urothur or Mayor bamuel Rico and I have to keop up the dirt roads should 7:15. "I wns glad when they said let an attractive young lady (lcrar $145. fve.year-ol- d mare nulo. ' I nd-easy o vo - Judge II. C. Rice, of this city. His 'not lie furnished tools to do the us go to the house. of 'the Lord." from tho section of Casey county. Richard Hester .$110; thrco small ' i 1 your i numerous friends in this lie. wish work. The prices paid hands on the Red Berkshire gilts, J. V- - Carter. thim success, Ideal's Creek HOW TO CHECK THAT COLD 09-- 1 1 $20; Red Berkshire, boar foj. ttf to roads are enough to pay for tho -- . Miss. Dulele Baugh Is 'on tho lck When if is painful to breath and James McCormackr Carlton Elkin n ' labor alone, without having to furI M5ALE fever sends chills up und dow, yourPlttln In solid silver Spoons, nish tools. I hope I hnve mndo my po list we nro. sorry to. say. u?JElV ,? Hack .,' Mr. Howartli Kfrk has come home back, you are In for a cold. A timely' sow $20.50; J. Pauehmnn ;l H,ick retired' fron. S28f' I have a large assort- sition on the road question clear. : ' -offer for sale from Mr. Gooch .Yeakey's. dose of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey SOW $18. Your truly, . on Sir. To,m Berry wns on the creek will stop the sneezes und sniffles, The ment. W. H. Mueller's M. F. NORTH. 21, 191C ,. Sunday. The Varnpn sale commence pine balsams loosens the phlegin,and 10 o'clpck the Jewelry Store. 96-- 6 promptly at 10 "o'clock.. House 4 ' There will bo .a pie supper at this clears the bronchial tubes, the klUhcn furFor Christmas' Goods place Friday night. The pi supper Is , and relieves the sore throat. and 7vacres will be sold first. Sloan't Liniment For Stiff Jointt to'; chairs; car-- i: are beautiful and for tho church. Everyone is invltu.l The antiseptic qualities kill the germ ,.. i '" ni,... wardrobes: A Fine Opportuntty . t ..i.. nili mill's ..... lll-- ii come is rttrnnm; wash to tho johvus uilia muscles, mnking lasting, go to Mueller S tp Georgeand have a big time. weife nt and congested condition and relieved. Nice six room residence, Mm, .4Jr- - 4x1 nnd Croup, whooping cough and Edd Farmer chronic mUuk stores; c.vory movement torture. Relievo your Good barn. All praaM .' f Highland Sunday, bronchial nuVrtions quickly relieved. norehes.-etc- . "t ' Vt)-- b nninc ("iBira; offering with Sloan's Liniment; Jewelry Store. rally new. 24' acres of spln4d ln5. it Miss Grace Baligh spent Saturday At all Druggists, 25c. reuitaep; mtm. kltcn- - quickly penetrates without rubbing, I Kobrt Cnrtur ,, UCfcp(ed Right at edge, of city- - limlU, KUeirfy Young iU.'i. One nnd Boothes and warms your sore aBBncy, for.thtfMetropolitnn Life thu with Miss Verdell ibt tighter, Miw WE CIVE REAL VALUE lihU, city wa"Urr etc. Cba tojM s' Mr. Tom Faiiuct'i hlalr of ;farm ' The congested blood is stlm- - surancu Company H 4 schoeL About 200 ysr4i, . FOR RIGHT PRICES city. This Sylvia, and son, Black were ot Uncle ii nw qnH - company has ! vaNc. A nke arm pHlaf1(-i.VinK,! n''lcabeen represented hens Dink Farmer's Sunday. Placing at your disposal sincerely .ten wll drive out pain. Sloan's for wm tme by Winifred Duncan, honest quality uuilthe best holiday and fre) from city taM. TMjnMMi clear,, convenient 'and who rMignfd gome wecU LWmentl yesr. a chance Largest line of solid selections of the come InYou are cor- Wavetk,MMiMC for' a tktm m tala- and see owr Q eiulckly effective, It does not stain the' rw-- . dially Invited to i.i".j-- Mn tmf -- .. i. Z2&" Christgold Lavallieres at Muel elaborate preparations forJunction IKjrvii 9MaV avaaviavi &: ft bU,e , " ?"' mas. Reynolds & Evans, " make tho company ... ,- -. ,wv, naamajs, 9 anvMVf n ff00(1 representative. ler's Jewelry Store. 96-- 6 City, Ky. i JaJm.EdmUton D? Xt Crab Orchard Splendid Citlian - In tttt Yaar In Evarjr Way ' mty, " his big .poultry and produce buying Wlfa o! Well Known Slock Man Drops business to tho Hnrrodsburg Ice nnd Dead At Home In The Northwett Produco Compnny. It la understood Hint Mr. Merrlman recoived a fancy Section of Thli County price for this part of bin business, receiving $1,000 n vear for fivo vcnrn. Mrs. Isaae Shelby, wife of Isaac lie will still engage in the junk, Iron , . "ml hides buying business but will .neuy. wno is one 01 tno ucst known rn over his large produce nnd noul- - stock und cattlo buyers in this part try trade to tho Mercer county firm, of Kentucky, dtoppod dend nt their fehn?,"dJl.lcnb"1yin5'lI.t home, the Denny farm, about six the magnitude of the trade that Mr. mlIc wo1 ot Stanford tibout 1 1 had developed. The firm cJ'k this, Friday morning. wows or ner sudden taking, was nas iui nenununrier nt liarrotlsuurg MERRIMAN SELLS OUT Ono of the MjCKcat denls recently mndo In the West End was the unlo by V. M. Merrlman, of Moroland, of Crab Orchard Tho marriage of Rev. C.'E. Wyatt, Negro Charged With Attaulllng Waynetburg Man Here, It Arretted In Depot At Lebanon ... ....... " Wll-lin- thor-in-la- - 'i 1Pif' t " .k.-- sit-tin- z- ... "o, ..... ', Tf. . ' Hly-nesbur- r Pi'l""..'0';:: ''' Gordon'sQuiet Talks" ' . 'l"- 1 i , .wp-.....- .- ' - -- "" they-hnV- . ifc'LI.""!" 99-.L- r' 1 T V ... .. f n j mc-coi- u """iv .......... "'' '' I 11 '" m--- - ! t' sra - I par-,$G- 8; writer-preachc- fi , - JBE V- sr- -t cal-ne- W I ld ! , n, I f " etc, .- - honey-soothe- s .... 11 ki that ?.. s a lf?cle: , &JVSAEIE..., ,. . J S$i ..Jji r LkAlljfl "' Page Two r, J f v. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, December, 15, 1916. NOTICE THE Lincoln County National Bank's Christmas Savings Club BEGINS Monday, December 18, 1916 You are invited to enroll and get enough money to pay your expenses next Christmas 3.80 Rodgcrs, George, 3 acres. PER Rodgcrs, John, 2 acres......... . 3.23 CLAIMS 3.80 Rutlcdge, Chas., 2 acres 5.27 Sndlasky, 7 ncres 30.34 Sanders, L. L 1 lot. ... 4.81 Severance, Ilirnm, f lot. . 4.81 Shnw, Jhmcs, 0 ncres Selgler, W. J.. (NR) 1 lot . 0.50 Singleton, Airs. Tibitlm, 91 10.01 . acres Shmhcr, Robt, (NR) 100 ncres 32.80 Cincinnati Boasts That He Smith, Martin, 45 ncres . ... . 5.13 Smith, Airs. J. T., 100 ncres . 4.81 Is In Pirfwl Condition, 3.80 Smith, Rllcy, 25 acres . 3.00 Smith, Lewis, F., 35 acres. Sprntt, J. C, 130 ncres . 0.84 . 3.00 Stephens, James, 25 acres 3.23 NOW WEARS "TANLAC SMILE" Taylor, Jnmcs, 1 ncre. 3.23 Taylor, Chas., 1 acre 0.70 Turner, W. R 33 ncres Turner, Airs. Alary F., 75 ncres 2.01 Webber, Henry, (NR) 05 ncres 4.81 At Ona Tlm Llmbi War 8o 8wollan and Crippled Ht Ceuld Net Stand, Wentzcl, August, (NR) 80 2.01 . acres George Dehntrt Telle How Natural 5.25 White, George, 38 ncres Treatment Brought Him Back to Ue- .. 4.20 R. W., 3 acres Welburn. ful Life Thousand of Othere Helped Wren, Sherman, Hrs., 30 ncres 1:07 (COLORED) CRAB ORCHARD, Tnnlne and Georgo Dclinrrt 3.54 Anderson, Grnn, Hrs., 1 ncro. 2.27 Walked after Inning suffered for yearn Buchnnnn, Elln AIny. 1 ncre 3.54 from Joints no wllcn that hit knee Curtis, Bud (NR) 0 ncres 5150 refined In hiiikuI Ills limb Dclancy, Alfred, 5 ncres . Johnson, Henry, Hrs., 3 ncres 1.04 "Tanlae made me Mrung nml healthy." 1 ncre . Alulllns, John, 2.02 .. nld Mr. Deliiiirl, who lle lit Mil Smiling hl 4.29 l.llae Stevenson, Llgc, 1 ncre 'lii Iminll Vnndiveer, Geo., Hrs., 3 ncres 2.91 100 CENTJNJBLTH . Carpenter, Jake, Hrs., 1 lot.... Cloyd, Little (NR) 2 ncres.... Cloyd, J. Lucas, Hrs., t lot.... Cloyd, West, 1 lot Cooper, Lucy, 1 lot. Cooper, Jane, 1 lot Crnig, Adeline, 18 ncres Culp, Atnla, 0 acres Frye, James, Hrs., 2 acres. Givens, Ellen, Hrs., 25 ncres. Givens, Tom, 2 acres Givens, Albert (NR) 1 lot .. Gooch, John, 1 lot. Goode, Bcttle, 1 lot Good Snmnritnn Lodge No 87 . 2.37 1.30 1,35 3.8B 2.27 2.10 8,05 0,40 1.30 2.91 0.40 0.10 4.50 2.01 1.05 1 Garden, Alex, Sr., 5 acres Graves, Charles, 2 ucres Helm, Lawn, 1 lot Hocker, Chas. (Page) J 5 ncres Hocker, Sum, Hrs., 5 ncres... Hocker, Hnrrison (NR) 15 acres Hocker, Alfred, (NR) 1 lot. . I. O. O. F. Lodge, 1 lot 0.85 0.40 3.8U 3.00 2.06 7.3S 4.20 4.81- - .. Welch, Wm. Jr.. 1 lot. . Welch, Chas., 10 acres Welch, Sam, (NR) 1 acre Whitley, Louisa, Hrs., 2 acres 4.50 5.13 2.01 0.08 By Making Small Deposits Weekly CLASSES are organized to save amounts from $1 2.50 up $63.75. You can become a member of one or more classes, or take one or more memberships in the same class. CHILDREN as well as ADULTS will be enrolled Ask Us for Particulars THE Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD, KENTUC KY Sheriff's Sale For Delinquent Taxes I, Lackey, Wm., - acres Logan, Jim, 12 acres Logan, Shear Mary, 1 acre Logan, Willis, 1 acre Logan, Jim, 12 acres .. .. Miller, George, 1 , Wcrtherford. Sheriff of Alclloberts, Amanda, Hrs. 3 Lincoln county, Ky.. will on acres .. Monday, January 8, 1917, Nelson, Rebecca, 2 acres same being County Court day, offer Penman, John, 1 ncre Hen, 3 for sale at the fourt House door in Penman, Rev. E. acres1 acre L., Penman, Stanford, Ky., the following renl Richardson, J. B. (NK) 10 property, returned delinquent, same ncres being the amount due for state, Robinsfin, Amanda Smith, 1 acre ... .l luuiii), stnuui nunI suiie ruau luxes : n0, , sou jrp acres - jjoss, Alex, 2 acres jui inu ivur i sii ii. o:im saie 10 neKin at 1 o'clock P. M., standard time. jSallee, Jesse, 1 lot. The names of those paying liefore 'Simpson, Alex, 30 acres that date will be stricken from the If!"'!!!0!!' .""" , Miira list. J. G. Weatherford, Sheriff of; ollllIMJll, .mull-- ilia. acres Simoson. Elias. 33 4 acres Lincoln Cuuniy, Kentucky: .. Lucy, j Simpson, Simpson, Lucy, (NR) 1 ncre STANFORD, (WHITE) Lucy, (NK) 1 ncre Smith. Smith, Allen, Hrs. 5 acres Arnold, R. C, 52 acres 30.38 Smith, Hob (Nil) 2 neies Bowen, Eliza, (Nil) 10 acres 10.14 Smith, !a, 1 acre . . Breedlove, Jim, 4 acres, 0.25 Smother?, Carey, 1 acre Uurkc, Mrs. Mary, D. 18 acres 20.08 Stepp, Airs. F. L.. 1 lot . .. Carter, Udse, 32 ncres 5.01 Harve, Christopher, Dave, 50 acres.... 4.50 Stewart, Harrison, lot ncres . 40 Thurmon, Collier, Dave, 27 .ncres 10.03 Thurmon, Dick, Hrs., 40 acres Cox, Cnas., 1 lot, 5.13 Tucker, Green, 5 ncres Cramer, Wm. J., 1 lot 2.92 Wade, Lucy, Hrs., 1 lot Ellis, George, (NR) 1 lot 34,30 Wallace, Matildn, 1 lot . . . Flangler, John, 137 ncres 12.14 Warren, Everhart, 1 acre Florence, Otis, (NR) 22 acres 23.20 Whitley, Lilly, 30 ncres . Coodc, Dee. 1 lot .. . . 7.0 1 Whitley, Lognn. Hrs., 17 acres Hamilton, Hrs., 100 ncres 77.32 Whitley, Bob. Hrs., 1 lot Hugh, Joe, (NR) 4 acres 7.30 Withers, G. W., J acre .. 22.00 Withers, Lucy Ann, 2 acres .. Kincaid, W. P., 1 lot Sid, AL, 3 acres 8.32 Woods, Alattie, 1 acre. . Lake, Lay, J. K.. 10 acres 8.95 Woolford, George A., 1 acre . Long. II. P., 1 cere . 4.20 Cooper, Josh, 2 acres Lunsford, Airs. George, 2 lots 7.30 Craig, Givens, 1 lot 5.78 Lusk, Chas. B., 3 acres 1 ncre Martiiii Johni 100 acres... . 15.31 Craig, Allen & Giyens, Meredith. 0. P.. (NR) 13 acres 3.78 Craig, Wm., 1 ncre 13.32 Phnehe. 1 lot Miracle. Elijah. 30 acres.. . loorc, J, W. Moore, 110 acrp3 '1J'Crow, Lucy,-1ncres 3,,0urmnck, Mrs. Laura, CO 31.52 D"wso"i Ann 1 ncre acres 2i27 Karris, Ben 1 acre Newcomb, Airs. Sallie. 1 lot Nichols & Reynolds. 180 acres 7,30 n. M. O. of F. 1 lot Spoonamoro, J. AL, & A. L., 35 0 G. M. O. Lodge, I lot acres 330 Gooch, Ed. 11 acres...'. Stevens, Ed., 15 acres... Grigsby, James. 19 acres Thompson, J. II. (NR) 35 4.81 Hnrris, Lucy (NR) 2 ncre. .. acre 23.40 11.,-Willis. 1 lot. Traylor, Emmett, 1 lot Warren, Lou, B., 3 ncres. . .. Von Hays, Jim, 1 acre... Yates, Walter, 13 acres 4.C1 Hays, Polly, 1 acre Young, Dave, 20 ncres G.08 Hays, Ike, 2 acres, Young, II. G., 10 ncres 'Higgins, John, 9 acres (COLORED) STANFORD, , 'Higgins, Henry, 1 acre . Adams, Richard, 1 lot o.,, Higgms. Silvn,4 17 ncres . Ball, Edith, 1 lot ncres 57, Hill, C. W., Boone, Slay (NR) G acres 2.91 Hill, Alose Hrs., 4 acres. Blight, Polly, 4.10 Hocker, Anderson, 1 lot Bruce, Gill. (NR) 1 ncre Burnside. John V., 3 acres . jj'jjj Hocker, Joe, 1 acre Coffey, Harriett, 1 lot 4.31 Hocker, Joe, Adm. 2 acres Coffey, Jane, 1 lot G. i I J. loL. ...... 1 -- 1 I fe:e,3' acres . .. . , 4.02' Albright, J. II., 35 acres 4.50' Aliff, Elmer, 113 acres 3.23 Allen, John, 85 acres 2.91 Alley, John, 44 ncres 3.97 Anderson, Andy, 2 ncres . 5.50 Bclden, W. P., 57 acres 4.50 Benge, Anderson, 80 ncres 0.S4 Bcbbitt, F. V., 21 ncres Brock, August, (NR) 380 10.92 ncres Brewer, J. Jr., 45 acres. 1.90 Brown, A. B 15 acres 7.07 Buchanan, .Mrs. Bettie, 1 lot . 5.78 Burleson, Robt., 7 acres 5.13 Chappell, 50 acres . 0.40 Chappell, James, 138 acres . 0.40 1.51 4.50 CRAB ORCHARD, 5.50 ! Adams Mrs. N'nnnie O 07 (WHITE) P., 82 I 0.28 1.01 3.54 3.5 i 291 3 81 3.23 0.90 7.07 5.13 3.54 8.75 3.51 3.5 1 1 3.80 3.97 2.27 4.91 5.78 1.04 2.70 5.13 3.23 3.23. 2.5: 3.50 2.27 1.90 2.-0- f!r-.i- ii 9 - 3.23 7.30 7.30 4.02 5.13 2.01 3.23 3.00 1.07 0.19 4.92 3.00 2.01 4.92 2.27 4.50 3.80 2.27 . t- ri. lVt ' Christmas Goods Galore Cut Glass, China, Community Silverware, Carving Sett, Pocket Cutlery, Aluminum and Nickel Plated Ware; Dinner Sett at Special Prices. Fruits, Candies, Nuts, Figs Raisins Dates, all at low prices. :::::: GEORGE H. FARRIS ., t fcJW. 8.00 5.03 11.20 4.40 3.51 3.35 CnrAt Mm I A f nr.r.. '? 15.37 Creeds, Robnrds. 0 ncres ... 3.35 4.G2 3.80 IV V.. 25 ncres . 4.15 Curtis.J. D.. .(NR) 50 acres 7.30 Dale. Day, Mnndy. 18 acres . .4.81 33.81 Dclnnoy, Phil, 1 acre 4.20 10.20 Delk, George. 25 acres... 3.80 3.60 Denhnm, V. P., 31 ncres 4 J8 0.01 Denhnm, C. 5.. 13 5.49 nclei 4.00 Dunn. J. AL, TO 22 ncres 11.37 Douglas, .5.13 acres .iar.on, 16.81 Diigun. A. R.. 60 II acres t8.00 9.20 Ends. John, 60 acres Cornier. P. M.. 1 lot Cummins, Mrs. Kessie, 15 ncres 0.08 Emelv. Mrs. Belle, t CM Davis, Alose, 1 lot 7.07 Esbmlhe. E. AL, (Nil) 100 S. 10 Davis, Frank, I.., 4 acres 12 4ir acres Denny, W. Tom, 25 acres. 3.23 Fa Icon berry, Sallie, 31 acrps .. 07 Denny, Inper, 10 cres . 2.9'? I'aley, Frank, I n'.re Denny, Gran, 20 acres . . .. 14 80 J"" Fields, .1. AL. 75 acres . Denny, Wnlter, 1 acre . "iV. Fields. John, 70 crei 14.80 nicnd It In uiijlxnl wliotn oniidltU'n Denny, James, 30 acres Fisher, .Mrs. Chin. J.. 1 acre . LSI 'Ike- mine mis." Dyphouse, W. SI. 5 acres 1.81 Flint. Sam. I lot ' Ernestine, Kuhr. 90 ners J Florence, Delia, I lot 1.84 Frith, T. S., (NR) 79 acres Florence. J. F., (NR) 15 acres 2.91 : Tanlae is sold exclusively in Stan-foi- 'I Gouu, John, 15 acres ... 11.48 277' Florence. J.F. 1 lot at Th Penny Drug Sture, E. R. re . German '"Hub Home, 1 '.I Floyd. Mm. R M. 5 ncres 2.02' Gutman, Newt, 5ft .icrcs .. 1'j.lV T."l,.,l Ann 'lOll 7.30 i C!nman, Proprietor. Harlow, Airs. .Mnnirt, J 2 Floyd, James 1 arrr 4.21 Tanlae can now be obtainml in fof- ncres sI 1.03 .. . l.',,!,,.. Mn, ...... I In) ...v (NR) J'i acres. .". .. i Francis, .'.i Helton, Jesse, George, 10 ncres 13.27 lowing nenruy cities: Alorelar.d, Ab Helton, Wm., 150 acre 'J.''1' iGastineau. J.H. 75 acres , .',, niliam Minks; Hustonville, Adams Helton, John C, 40 ncres . npo " " ,............. ... ... Inrll ....... . f .;iMmi:lll 17 .... 0 3.23 (astlneau, ,l.r. 51.1 ncres Hensley, George, 10 acres niilft ' lr(w.r AtcKinney, True & Co.; 9.71 Gurley, A. J. 1 1 acres Hertle, Adolph, 3 1 ncres burjr. Joe AlcWilliams; Anddluburjr, Hiatt, Kil. liio acres 14.. f:,,,.!,,.. . Mr -Cnrnti "fi- iirrni 1.29 W. C Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyn . Hiatt, A. AL. (NR), 127 acre .'4 (iiinslin. Mont Hi acres 10.37 Brodhead, John Rollins; Hicks, Airs. Annie, .i2 litres Goir, IL. :nr acres 21.01 R. E. AIcRoberts; Bee- Lick. Holmes, John, W 783 arrts 275.?9 Gooch, Mila, 130 acres 5.92 Holmes, D. V.. 125 acres Gooch Airs. Nuunie 2 lots 2.27 J. Reynolds & Son; Wnynesburg, K. 5.45 flnnrli Hoskins, Airs. Sarah, 1 lot, )iiirn lira !I7 fn.r g'.io" j A. Horton. Howard, J. G 18 acres . 878lGooeh, Luther, 02 acres Howard, Airs. Black Ben, 120 13.10 Gooch, Henry, I ncre 13.7 acres . 4.81 Puck. L. B.. 1 cere iirani, . .u., tnrj iu acres .. . 2.85 Airs. Elizabeth, Hi'tchinson, Gray beat. Emma 37 ncres 3.97 Puck. Asy. 2 acres 4.58 2.15 Hale, Jetr, 40aere acres II 5.13 Puck. W. Henry, 10 ueres 3.84 14.88 Hallar.n. AL. 150 ncres Irwin, W. D 125 acres-Isaa- cs, 17.85 Rid. John, 72 acres. 8.95 . 3.51 Harris, W. IL, 10 ncres Dr. II. IL, 25 acres 0.40 Ref.L Chas.. 25 acres 2.84 0.07 Iverson, Ernest, 15 acres 3.58 Reid. Frank, 5 acres. HUSTONVILLE (WHITE) 0.24 Jackson. Wm., 104 acres. Rynen,on. Tom, (NR) t let 2.27 4.29 Kidd, A. L., 1 acre 1 acre 3.5C $ 3.50 Remolds, W. A., 10 acrvn Kidd, A. L., &01Iie, 189 acres 12.19 Austin,. Sid. 8.00 S.13 Richards, Fred, 20 ncren. Richard. 52 3.23 Austin. Jason, (NR) acres Kidd, Ollie, 1 acre . 1.G3, Root. A. D., (NR) 50 acrm 1.66 2 acre.... 5.5G Auwtiii, Kidd, Chas., 20 dcres. & Yoeum, 00 acres Sclior, Henry. (NR) 60 acres 2.27 21.35 5.91 Burtlett Klebs, Chas. 00 acres . 0.40 7.3G Sherrow, J. A.. .1 acres. 2.72 Buatin, Sara, 2G acres King. Wm.. 20 ncres. ". 3.25 1.65. Sipple, D. C, t lot qi i uustin, lira., i acres .Kruger, Ed 00 acres. Vr.A Bull. T. J.. 28 acres X6G 8.73 Smith, Shcltoit, 1 lot. Ky. Alineral Water Uo., 1 lot . 2 lots 20.30 1,0.95 Smith, C. 2!92 RLickcrby, It. P., 00 ncres Landlslan, u., r-7 ncres. 3.26 3.25 Smith, Edgar. 1 acre-. nr. 11 r.r. Dnnuenouic, . n in aires f nf. 18.01 I Brawncr, Alrs. Alary, 1 lot 4.20 Swearingen, J. A., 20 ncre Lee. R. B.. 100 acres. CS acres. 9.28 4 1.C5 Sweeney, Aim. Annie, Brown, 5.15 Iiurgin, .Mm. Mien, lots.acres Lewis, .Morgnn, 10 acres. 13.48 10.12 Taylor, Howard, 100 acres W. J., 2 7.3 Llnney, Hrs., 450 acres. 4.30 Gorge, 1 acre John, 5 acres 5.15 Lackowitz, Lewis, 118 acres. ll.H.t Carpenter, Airs. Mary, 10 acres 20.00 Trustv, J. R.,2 arres 4.20 Vaught, 4.81 Chrisman, F., 10 ncres Lognn, II. 2.93 2.93 Walls, C&rden, 1 lot "4.33 Clarkson. Sam (NR) 1 lot. Alagce, Airs. Berlde, 1 lot 12.08 8.95 Wilcher, J. IL, 30 acres 10.11 Loffey.ueorge A., 12 news Alanuel, J. F.. 1 lot 2.02 Wolfin. Hrs., 40 acres. Alunuel, A Jack, 123 acres ... 8.22 Coffey, Chester (NR)3 40. acres 41.70 Yocum, Crin (NU) 1 acre . 4.20 ncres Coffman, Sam, W., 6.78 Masonic Lodge, Preachersville 3.50 8.02 YocMm, Everett, 1 ncro 3 54 Campion, Airs. L. C, 2 ncres 1 lot . . 1 acre 3.00 Compton, Evnn.2 ncres.. 3.25 Yocum,, Georgr, Alnsonlc Lodge, Crab Orchard 3.50 Yocm, Little Tom, 14 acres . 3.60 Denhnm, John V., 2 ucres. a 1 lot 6.11 300 Denhnm, W. F. 1 lot ,. Maupin, W. AL, GO acres HUSTONVILLE (COLORED) . 3.87 Alelvin, Airs. Elizabeth, 1 ncre 1ro Donhnm, Tom, 1Jr., lot.. 17.80 Alcorn. George, 11 ucres lot $ R.32 084 Gooch. E. O., 82 acres Miracle, Henry, 50 ncres... 15.70 Anderson. Davidson, (NR) 3 .Gooch. J. W., Airs. Galvin, 80 Atiddletnn, 2.27 3.55 acres 11.10 Gresluim, Mut, C acres.. acres 13.05 Andenon Green, 2 lots 5.15 22.47 Helm, Airs. Al. E., G3 acres Monduy, Joe, 84 ncres. .. 4.50 5.78 Horine, K. II. (NR) 400 acres 12.40 Armstrong, George, 1 lot Naylor, John. 8 ncres. 3.50 Bowles, L. S 1 ncre 7.71 4.60 Ingard, Levi. 70 ucren Noakcs, A. II., 10 acres. 2.27 Osborn, AInhaly, Hrs., 60 ncres 2.01 Ingard, Frank (NR) CO acres 2.28 Bright, Alary (NR) 2 acres. 1 lot .... 1 ncro. 2.01 Bright, Hrs., . .. ... 2.27 Juckson, Luke (NR) Owens. Airs. Jeff, (NR) 45 1 lot 1 aero . .. 0.08 Brown, George, 0.40 1.97 Jarboe, J. O.. (NR) ucres ... 5.14 Bruce, Sherman, 0 ncres . 7.07 78.91 Jesse, J. T., 1 lot Parks, Conrad, 221 acres. Airs. Alary E. (NR) Alex, Est., 30 ncres 2 Bruce, 7.42 Johnon, Payne, T. W 1 aero . .. 88.48 ... 11.17 lot 157 acres. 5.37 . . .. Payne, W, A., 1 acre . 45.50 . . 2.02 Bruce, Kate (NR) 8 ncres .. 8.52 Llpps, Hrs., 1 lot. .... Payne, Jim. 3 acrws. 32.50 Burdcttu, Sarah, 5 acres.. . . 2.27 Puyne, D. C, (NR) 1 lot . . 13.72 Aloser, I. T.. 1 lot 35.35 Burdetto, John, 22 acres. .. 0.40 Price, Garner, 08 ncres, 1 lot. 47.25 McAnlnch, Clell (NU) 1 lot 3.65 10.80 McCIUro, C. K., 2 acres, 1 lot 18.82 Burton. Dave, 1 lot Reed, George, 40 acres... 2.3G McKinney, Mi;. Rebecca, I lot 9.00 Caldwell, Eph, 45 acres 8.35 Roynolds, Avery, 35 acres 111 1 l.-- WAYNESBURG, (WHITE) Alford, C. AL. 30 acres 5.13 Alford. Elizabeth, 78 ncro . 8.G3 Allen, Airs. Alice, 175 ncres . 21.28 Anderson, L. G., 40 acres, bal. 5.00 ance, . Ashley, W. B 30 acres .. . 17.30 August, A. G., (NR) 90 ncres 8.G3 August, A. J., (NR) 131 acres 12.14 Ball, Dean, 50 acres 0.40 . 4.19 Bnll.Atrs. H. P., 42 acres 5,13 Rastin, Wesley, 30 ncres .. . 7.40 Bastln, J. AL, 15 ncres. . .. 7.50 Bnstin, J. AL, 10 acres Baugh, IL, 8 acres 0.40 Baugh, John, 23 acres ..... 3.80 Bnugh, Annie. 40 ncres . .. 3.22 llnumann, J. II. 21 ncres 9.77 . . 14.50 Bell. W. H., 120 ncres . Bell, J. T.. 42 acres .. . 9.08 Bennett, Recce, 40- - ncres. . .. 7.01 Benson, James, J., 10 acres G.15 Berry, Maggie, 1 14 ncres 10.94 . 28.90 Bruner, U. ., 057 acres 5.05 Bryant, T. L.. 1 acre . Bryant, Airs. Alattie, 3 acres. 0.50 Bunch, Jns. R 130 acres . .. 15.09 1.09 .. . Burleson. Lenn, 1 lot 1,50 .. . Burton, Sarah, 3 acres Burton, Dave, 15 acres .. 10.05 . 2.92 Buster, W. T., acres . 3.70 Coker, A. G.. 12 acres Caldwell, T. B..G0 acres 7.07 1 acre 5.13 Cannon, G. H. , 14.03 Cnrrolton. John, 200 ncres 4.02 Carrier. James, 20 acres 12.55 Carter, Hez, 08 acres Carter. SSmy, J.. 30 acres . .. 2.27 Case Threshing Machine Com3.51 pany, 55 acres . . .. Cnneh, II., 01 acres 7.05 ("launch. H. N.. 0 ncres . . 4.81 -1 Klti ,fci- - 'J 1.08 Johnson, Richard, 1 lot 8.15 Johnson, Henry, 60 ncres 3.25 Jones, lien, '1 lot 2.27 Jones, Alnry E., 1 lot 3 ncres 2.27 Jones, John, Est 2.27 Jones, Alattie, 1 lot 1 lot 1.05 Jordnn, Lvons. Wm.. 1 ncre 3.80 8.05 Lyons, Abe, Jr., 21 acres H.BIi Alnsterson, Bud, 1 acre. . .Meadows, Jake, 2 acres 3.80 3.26 .Morton, John, 2 acres AtcCormack, Arch, 1 ncre.... 3.25 AlcCormack, Held, 2 acres 3.25 George, Sr., AlcCormnck, 4.50 . . acres 6.80 McGill. Eph., 2 ncres 0 ncres 4.65 AIcGill, George, 1.05 Hrs., 1 ncre McKinney, Joe, 3.25 Owens, Willie, 12 ncres . . Owsley, Emmn, 1 lot . .. 7.30 5.80 Pntton, Newman, 11 acres . Piitton, Wm., Sr., Ill acres.. 21.10 4.20 Powell, Joe, 1 lot 1.98 Revnolds, Alary Jane, 1 lot! 7.70 Riffe, Henry, 1 lot 3.80 Riffe, George, C, 20 ncres 5.45 Riffe, I.nurn, 88 acres 1 lot. 2.30 Ross. Henry, (NR) Smith, Tom, Jr.. 1 lot .1 -3.80 1 4.55 Smith, Wm.. lot 1 3.25 Singleton, Frnnk, ncre Clay, 5 .teres 4.55 Singleton. 4.80 Steele, Chns., 1 lot . , . 1.17 Tucker, Kate, 3 ncres 0.20 Turner, Ad, 17 ncres 2.27 Vnrdemnn, Annie, 1 lot Wcfltherfnrd Winnie, 1 lot .. 2.27 Wi dom Temple Lodge, 1 lot 0.10 . . lot .... 3G acres Hcnry.Solnn (nr) 60 acres Hintt, B. , 47 ncres Hibbnrd, Ed (nr) 5 acres Hicks. Dave, (NR) 2 ncres ... Higgins, Wm. 14 acres Holbrook. W.V 8 J acres Horton. J S 7 ncres Irvin, Fred 123 acres Isom. Eli 114 ncres ' JncoM. Dan 35 ncres JniiMon, Emtl 43 acres Johnson. A J.. 63 ncres . .. Jones. Ernest. 40 ncreir Jones, It II, 160 ncres Knrreth, C. (nr) 100 ncre. .. Kincaid, (I J., 40 ncres IOC Kinup. Fred. 81 atres GEORGE DEHNERT, WIo Claimt KO.T.M. Lodge 1 lot Per Cent. Health. Lnnhnm, Snllie hrs. 40 ncres new Viullr.' lie ci'iitlu I.aswefl, Dr W.D. 07 ocres . mi "Tnnlai neiP Lee, J A.. 73 ncres "For jenrM I wn In vrent miin'O Long, W AL, 162 acres from phyvlenl wnrrlf. I u(Ternl with Long. E". W. (nr) 00 acres. . . Lee, Airs. Lnurn 15 acres n bud Hluitiurli 'Vunlleii JkIiiIi iiiplAil uie ihI hi; Love, Alnry 06 ncrt-- i . .. Lucas, I'd, 7 acres krun-- s Iicimiii- - o lielilrs that I rould Lucas, Chus., 75 acres II less walW. Tlun lu; Ataggnrd. W. R., 50 acres .. lift MiunL I WM4 nenous and Marks, Mlipetlli wns niHie B., 70 acres ami mj Imwela were In uch Moybrier, J, B., 151 acres.. I t licit I. ad nliai li.'iil lc take phytic Alaybricr, IL J., 00 acres nil the lime Methors, Anton, 75 ncre ".Now I am In perfect beultli lit) Alerrett, D , 1 ncro . .. Miller. J. F., 53 pr vnt leiillli ellli'leiiry ami I tluok .Mills, hrs. 30 ncresncres . . .... I It am clnd In rwvui Tanlnc HartK J Yowell, Sam, D-- I C , 30 lot 7.70 3.80 l5!22 0.72 4.10 3.23 15.31 Jt 0.40 12.7? 19.51 3.01 fi.47 32.01 . 0.40 22.54 7.30 15.31 4.8 f 8ir 5.4 n 7.07 30.80 8.95 10.22 0.08 4.81 Alrs-AInr- y rc-II-i- 21.14 16.31 5.50 8.00 0.08 . ,?.' J' ' ', fr 5.78 7.37 3.80 9.07 2.27 W - .Morgan, Floyd, 25 .Murphy. Cicero, 19 ncreHH Ixk .Murphy, Edrnond ncn. im ..-. 6.78 I I ,;.' '. rr 1 ,, ... AlcCov. C I). (Nlil 45 n'erc" AlrElforth, Bud. (NR) 50 ncre Mchcnzie, Maggie, 5 acres AlcKenzIe. AL S.. 5" acres Mcljiughlin. T. W m) acres . nrn 4.81 3.54 0.08 8.03 3.50 2.91 Pat, 1 lot .. AIc.Mullin, Joe, 53 ncrcu AIc.Mulliti, , V EHij-6.5- , 1 Lart-lenst- I j7j ji C . , .. ncres o.o Osborne, Eliza, 101 ncres 101211. Ostermnn, W. AL, 28 acres 0.40 Otto, George W., 11 acres 11.40 Padgett, Albert, 32 acres C.19 Padgett, Alary Jane-- , 50 ncres 3.54 Padgett, Ed., 135 ocres 15.41 Padgett. W. G.. (NR) 30 acres 3.88 Parsons, Henry, (NB), 50 acres 4.81 rumpnrey, b. u 14 ncres 3.88 Pumphrcy.eLwrr I ncre. 6.15 Redmon, 4sW!r. (MR) T acres 2.91 Beece. G .liss. 117 acres. 302K Reynolds. 4SK Grd.,I. lot .. Reynolds, Keynolils. HWstttttw SNres. lftflfi Rlr... Mnt rjuSSSSSSSu-iw- a in 70 Riley, Mrsi Rodcers. K stttttttsK!" Roland. Wfm .VTS3K 1 r.r. uoinnii. jy a., '33 acres. m9i Ross. W.fp., (NR) 129 acres 22.02 Rom, C ., 25 ncres. . ,. . . 5.8 Koutcn, John. 1 lot . . 6.92 Sanders, It. B., 84 acres. . . 12.TB Bva, 74 ncres. Sanders . 11.17 Sims, Wesley, 22 acres. 10.01 Sims, Virall, 26 acres 3.80 .SI nt. Ilaydenri? acres. 3.05 Singleton, Gco,s(NR) 35 acres 3.54 Skldmore, Hayden, 3 acres. ... 7.30 Skfdmorc, W. D 38 acres 6.01 Skldmore, W. B., 4 acres 0.37 Skldmore, Clara, 18 acres 4.81 Smallwood, G. J. (NR) 40 .. acres 12.7R Smith, Ainu Eva, 104 acres.... 7.20 Spradlln, S. J., (NR) 17 ere 3.17 Stone, John B.. 01 acre It OS Stamper, Grant, 47 acre .. 15.61 Thompson, J. S., 10 ocres 3.50 Trimble, Richard, 6 acres 4.02 Trobrldge, J. 50 acres . .. . 10,22 Trobrldge, I). J.. 30 acres 11.28 Walls, Airs. Alartlm E 20 acres 1.04 Walls. A. J., 92 ncres 10.03 Williams, T. D 40 ncres 11.49 Williams. Vernie, 33 acres 5.79 Yocum, Eliza, 8 neres... , 8.08 Young, II. P.. Hrs., IT acres. . 2.11 Younjr, Fannie J., 7 acres........ 1.90 Young, C. Mi, 5 acres... 15.2S Young, A. B 35 seres .... 4.SI Young, Chas., 15 sere,,... 4.M Young, w. O., 26 acre....., . f.31 . 1 AIcAlullin. Sullio G.. 5" ncrr. 1.15 Newcomb. W. AL. 1 aero . . 5.13 7 0.07 Nolan. T IL. 46 ncres. Onstott, W. IL. 98 acres .. ,. 11.V3 OLborne, Henry, (NR) 115 ... . 0.40 0.93 j ... m :y aaaSStttttl JJt Tsttttttttttl ''' vSSSSSSSSS H c t'1 1 ' V. 1i .& l Ffp" , The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, December, Nationwide Prohibition 15, 1916. 3 Condition of The First National Bank Stanford, Ky., Pec. 1st, 1916 RESOURCES Loans, Bonds and Stocks $332,080.84 6,798.50 Banking House 61 ,777.44 Due from Banks 24,950.84 Cash and due from U. S. Treas.... Total Capital Stock Surplus Fund, Earned Undivided Profits Circulation DEPOSITS .. Moil Important Reform Democracy Should Adopt, Sajri IJryftn Reforms to which he hopes to commit the Democratic party nntl to sco accomplished within the next four years, were out lined by William Jennings Hrynn nt a dinner Riven to him by ndmlrcrs nmong Democratic In Washington last week. Nationwide prohibition he urged as most Important, and other causes on his list included woman suffrage by Federal amendment, election of the President by direct popular vote, and changes to make the constitution more easily amendable. In addition to his program to be advocated Mr. Hryan gave n prominent place to two things he proposes to fight the effort to givu the Federal government exclusive control over railroad regulation nnd the "mennce of militarism," presented by proposals for universal military serthe accomplishments of the Democratic administration, Mr. Ilrynn said the work had been done in one short term under the leadership of a great Democratic President, loyally supported by Congress also Democratic. vice In reviewing Suggestions for Christmas If a man, lady, boy or girl, we have this for you something new, good and differ- $425,607.62 . LIABILITIES . $ 50,000.00 -- ..' .''' 28,500.00 5,568.03 50,000.00 29 1 ,539.59 ent. Shop early while stock is complete : Suit of Clothes Suit Cases Traveling Bags Hats Shirts T- - : $425,607.62 Total J. S. HOCKER, President S. T. HARRIS, H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier Vice-President at length A nice pair of Kid Gloves for lady or Rain Coats In Holiday boxes Automobile Scarfs for the lady who rides Ladies' and Gents' Wool Coat. Sweaters Handkerchiefs Gf all descriptions-gentle- man 1 "I shall take advantage of the opportunity which this dinner nlTords," he continued, " to point out a few of the issues which seem to mc within the range of accomplishments during the next four years. Ilut before tak of ing up the things which should be se cured, it is worth while to consider for a. moment two things that should be prevented. "We cannot afford to shut our eyes to the menace of militarism as it now 's presented in concrete form. A large increase in the number of army In obedience to a judgment of the Lincoln Cir- - and navy officers drawing salaries a for life, nnd the November term, 1916 which teaches trained inuponprofession cuit Court, rendered reliance the steel in the action of Mrs. Sallie Varnon, etc., blade rather than upon the sword of Mrs. Sallie Varnon s Trustee, the undersigned truth, tends to substitute false stand imls of honor for the more peaceful Commissioner will on standard that prevail among the pro (hirers of wealth. "It is not unnatural that the mir nifying of the profession of arms should give support to the proposal for universal military service, a syr 10 a. m. on the premises offer for tern which is not only necessary bu beginning which public outcry to the highest and best bid- the adoption of military could not fai' sale spirit which to breed that in the Southern has contributed so largely to the e Deveer der, the suburbs of Stanford, Lincoln county, Ky., in the couragement of war in other land "The Democratic party, wliic' s: following builds upon a foundation which ( 1 ) Lot No. 9, of about 6 acres, containing isneriiillv ethical the doctrine of frame metal roof dwelling, a barn and brotherhood has that reason for wel a of women In coming the other outbuildings. the work that lies before the party. Lots 10 to 20, both inclusive, will then nnd it has especial reason for regard ing woman sold separately, and then as a whole and the time, since suffrage with favor at this be the influence of the womsum. These en in the close States was sufficient to bid accepted which realizes the lots range in acreage from about 2 to 3 -2 acres. determine the result. the last the "I have saved for 3) Lots 1 to o, both inclusive will then be which will involve the fiercest (t3sS&trately and as . a whole and the bid-l ac- - contest, nnd which will, when accom itm-T1. plished, bring the largest benefit, """IF" cepted which realizes the greater sum. 1 nese namely, abolition of the saloons. 1 -I 2 to 7 acres. "The Democratic party having won lots range in acreage from about inclusive contain in the aggre without the aid of the wet cities, and Lots 0 to 20 having received the support of nearly gate about 30 acres and lots I to 8 inclusive con- all the prohibition States nnd the States in which women vote is tain in the aggregate about 20 acres. to 12, 13, 14, and 15 face Somerset liquor .from anyis obligationtake the 10, Lots traffic. It the free to street with frontage ranging from 135 to 1 80 feet moral side of this great moral ssue, and I have no doubt that it wilL live an average depth of over 600 feet. up to its opportunities nnd obliga Lots 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20 face on "Cut-Off- " tions. SEjSe- "The nrgument that national pro pike with frontage ranging from 145 to 80 feet hibition is an assault upon the rights an average depth of over 600 feet. of the States has little weight in the Off" pike States which have nlready adopted Lot 1 of about 7 acres faces prohibition, and its and reaches town branch and has a tenement lion will therefore weight in the NV diminish ns the house of three rooms. number of prohibition States in creases. , 4, 5, and 6 are to face a new 30 feet ...v.-ikJPis the Democratic Menefee and of "The people and partyhome isparty JuJm3bSm& HHHuflV to Somerset street t V the the the mWllvvii Mi f " LLtoMMiLLMLLF J wm people's ciUvlel. The fight against lUcKobeTte corner near old pond. for the home nnd Lots 7 and 8 .face Somerset street in front of P. the saloon is n fight Democratic part for humanity. The M. McRoberts and contain about 2 -2 acres each. therefore cannot hesitate to choose against the greatest tho to be sold as above indicated that homearisen to mennce it." enemy whole has is in southern suburbs of Stanford, Lincoln counMr. Hryan departed from the pre pared text of ty, Kentucky, Hounded on the north by land of n referendum his speech to ntlvocatr on proposed declaraMenefee and Sol Asaph Branch; east by tions of war. "The experience through which Off" pike anu W. P. Grimes; south by J. S. Hockar-ttiid'iv'- at Myers; west by Somerset Street Europe is passing," he said, "suggests tho adoption of a constitutional arid containing about 57 acres. amendment providing for n referenobject of the sale is for a reinvestment of dum on nny declaration of wnr ex cept when tho country Is actually In proceeds. vnded. This will not only be a safe sales will be on a credit of six guard to us, but it will bo an example. TERMS: the purchasers will be required to exe- to thetonations of Europe whero the months. right dcclaro war is vested in cute bonds with good security, payable to the executive instead of with tho legislaCompany as Trustee, bearing 6 tive body Is here." Lincoln A Hrodheud says cent, interest from date of sale until paid, hav- that Cashier A. M.correspondent CitiHintt, of the ing the force and effect of judgme j and secur- zens' Hank, of that city, received a message the first of tho week to meet lien on the property sold. ed train No. 21, on Wednesday night last with five cans to take caro of a .number of fish that would . be on tho special coach from the government fisheries. Mr. Iliatt met On and after Monday, December 11, 1 IG, a bluo print, this train prepared to tako caro of tho fish, uUBjt 'flfe skewing the exact si.xo of each lot can bo seen on the bill unloaded. and several hundred wero Mr. Hiatt fails to rememforU or ber tho names of the fish, but says HJHHb 'iHttiMAJLl rd at the court house, at each oftthr; they were fine lookers, and many of k. BB . toyr' oftlc m of J. B. Faxton .and PA k i from a 0c box to a fancy $1.50 Buster Brown and Leather Leggins with c red tops ror the boys Buy the a suit' or a pair of shoes, cap, Commissioner's Sale IN STANFORD at lles Splendid Building Lots Box of Collars W Suspenders and Belt in Holiday boxes and make his Xmas be a glad one againstJ Saturday, at at "Van sub-division- Dec. 16, 1916 property" We have searched the market over and have succeeded in getting the best for your needs. Our house is headquarters for all articles you can use for Christmas or at any other time. Our shoe and clothing department is full to the brim no advance in prices everything new A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO EVERY ONE 1 NSON'S them large enough to eat. He turned furniture; about 151 shocks of fodPUBLIC SALE der; IG hills; 145 shocks; 18 hills; them loose in Dix river nnd ns far as iuuuui. iuu uurruis oi goou corn in me he knows they are perefctly at home. OF four stacks of good hay. The old Dunnville grist mill which LIVE STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS crib and reasonable and made known terms has been doing business nt the same Having sold our farm located on on day of sale. Burgoo for everybody. (Japt. A Al. uourne, Aurt. stand in Casey county for nearly a the Fall Lick pike, five miles from W. L. LAWSON AND SON, century was sold by II. E. Harmon to Lancaster, we will sell at publici auc- u i :.. ."" V'- Lancaster, Kentucky ,.,,,- - """ ' "K"""B Hon F.lwnr.lu ,uT,n i n in '' promptly at 10 o'clock A M on . . ,.. im- sion. This is a fine mill and has nil i Tuimsnuv. nirr the modern esuipments and Mr. Ed the following personal property: PUBLIC SALE wards is an expert in running a grist Eleven yearling steers, five weight about 1,050 pounds; three mill. Havyig decided to g) to Floweanling calves; two nice Jersey rida for the winter, I will on cows; one Jersey heifer; 23 ewes nnd 20-Ye- ar Saturday, Dec. 23, 191Q FARM LOANS two bucks, extra good: one Red in sums of $2,000 or more. No loan Berkshire sow and five pigs; three at 10 o'clock A..M-- , sell at pubbrood Sows and nine good shoats, lic outcry the following propfee charged. Phone or Write AL'nifvllf nfiAlif 7K nnnnilj nil av.m. good; two good brood mires, both in erty: One Frazier cart, one D. A. THOMAS foal; one extra sorrel' buggy, one set of Kentucky Lancaster, Ky. mare, bred to jack, gentle for woman; brake harness, Shetland pony. one weanling colt oy Hleucher, sub- 15 bales of No. 1. timothy hay, ject to register. PUBLIC SALE 10 bushels of potatoes, one IMPLEMENTS meat hog, some corn, all my As I have decided to go to1 One Studcbakcr wagon; one spring household and kitchon furniwuc wnuub unit; r Montana, I will dispose oi at ( one e corn plnnter with check ture and garden tools and other public auction on row aiiaenment, good ns new; two things too numerous to menturning plows; one fodder sled, al- tion. E. B. THORNTONt Wednesday, Dec. 20, 191G most new; ono Deering mowei"; one beginning at 9 :30 A. M., at thu Wood mower, good as new; two hay Preachersville, Ky. farm known as the the old Dr. rakes, two double shovel plows; ono R. M. NEWLAND Hocker farm, one-eighof a Poindcxter drag harrow; one Brown cultivator; Headquarter tor Uct mile of Turnersvillo, on the riding plow gears; set of wagon harness; collars; and FIRE AND Peyton's Well pike, .the follow- other things too numerous pads men- Phone 1GS and LIFE INSURANCE Ky. to Stanford, 45. ing: tion. Some household and kitchen Office, of i"' 9-ro- (2) greater ..:,. d, 1 ! II, ld r. j 1: "land 1 and "Cut ", two-hors- I l th L tste at Vr' The tract "Cut The the The The Trust per by ten-gall- !... E. D. Pennington, M. f L. C. C. 3 ' h horse cultivator; one cultivator; two No. 12 Vulcan turning plows; two double shovel plows; one bull tongue plow; one corn shellcr; one corn drill; one buggy; one hay frame ; ono gravel, bed ; one set of wagon harness; Ouo se of low gears; ono sot of buggy, harness; lot of funning imple-- 1 .1 l .1 tt nnli v.n.ln . Iiiuuauuuiu uuu 1sl4stl..ll r memo, iih.iii;ii a furniture. TERMS will bo made known on day of sale. Sale bogins at 9:30 promptly. JAMES BECK, Turnjsrsville, five-toot' 1 1 one nine 'years old, works any-- J where; two Jersey milk cows, one fresh in January and the other in February; one Jersey! heifer; three meat hogs; four stock shoats, will weigh 75: pounds; one Poland China! brood sow ; 25 barrels of pick- -' fid rorn in c.r'ih : 8 hnrrols of short corn; one stack of timothy hay; 212 bales of timothy, wagon; hay; one one Deering mowing machine; two-horse One buggy mare, seven years old, in foal to jack, works any-- ! where; one work horse eight years old ; one saddle'mara, . n I Try Our NEW OIL HEATERS 3 (H m W. H. HIGGINS disc narrow; one two- -' T. t. Newland & Son, Opposite the Co'irt-House, Go To' . and get your Christmas Oysters, Celery, and Cranberries Phone No. 168. Stanford, Kentucky. L v. ' - V. Ky. ' "" .WH J. B. Dinwiddle, Auctioneer. , t A.f -- & ZfT y The Interior Journal, 5tanford, Kentucky. Friday, December, The Interior Journal i 15, 1916 a M. FAlTLtT,. l . Emto it I Arn romtToi THE FIRST STEP I- Enitrti - Usually the first Indication of a lowering of health Is found in the bowels nnd liver. Something goes wrong we cat too much, or work too hard and the bowel action weakens or tho liver is sluggish. That heavy feeling on arising in the morning, dryness of the throat, with bad taste, a slight headache, dull eyes all show that food has fermented in the intestines, and that the body is manufacturing poisons instead of goou lfood. Clear it all out. Give the stomach and bowels n fresh start. Kucouragc the liver to go to work. Manalin docs all of this, without griping or weakening. It's, the ideal laxative and liver tonic, because it follows Nature's plan, without discomfort, inllam-inatio- n or forming a habit. Constipation may he overcome with its use. MquM o r tablet form. 1 AMnnrii, Jfy., tht ptnlfflur titend ent m(l mitlltr. Tho let 1 Children like them, t li e y a r o safe. 10 and !S cents. ThaPcruntCo rind)'. ko titite Tab- and Papera Ratae Subscription Rates Again Some of our good friends continue to question the nrcfMity of the increase !n price of the I. J. from $1 to $1,(50 a year. The Richmond Register nnd tho Richmond Climnx each n weekly pnper, this week announce n subscription increase from $1.50 n yenr to $2 n year; less than six months ngo they went from $1 to $1.B0, nnd they are only papers at that. When tho public realizes that country newspapers are forced to pay $1(10 a ton for white piircr which ost thorn only $!( ;i ton less than a year ngo, our plight can be understood and better still whe i it appreciates the fact that to print I. J., we require almost a ton a j the month. A great muiy country publishers are being simply forced out of business as there's no way in the (world they can help themselves if constituents will not renlirc i their what they are up against nnd give them the loyal support which they must have in order to live in this hour of stress. Richmond oncc-n-wce- k , jK k Christmas bins for - jvVr" x-- jJiD Everybody I Shirts 1 Wl Socks and Hose for children, men and women. Children's, 5c, 20c and 25c. Men's Socks, cotton, 0c to 25c; silk, 25c and 50c. Women's Hose, cotton 0c, 5c and 25c, in plain black or white split foot. Silk Hose these we want you to see they are black, white tan, navy pink and many fancy colors at 75c, $1.50, and $2.00. We will guarantee she will accept and wear them with pleasure. 1 1 1 Cokimbua. O, CENT-A-WOR- D ADS (Ada here are 1 ettot a wors fen Inn. cah with order; do ad Ifll than 25c each liue.) SEE our complete of Steere's box 99-- 1 candy. The Princess. BUY your Xmns fruits, nuts nnd 99-- 1 randies nt the rrlnccss. REX COAL. Two big cars just received at Fowlc's yards at Row99-- 1 land. 1G cents spot cash. I PAINFUL COUGHS RELIEVED Dr. King's New Discovery is n soothing.healing remedy for coughs nnd colds that has stood the , test of nearly fifty years. For that cough that strains the throat and saps the vitality try Dr. King's New Discover'. The soothing pine balsams and mild laxative ingredients soon drive the cold from the system. Have a bottle on hand for winter colds, croup, grip nnd bronchial affections. At your Druggist,50e. Buy him a Shirt that he must have. If you don't he will have it to buy. We have'what he wants. Work Shirts in cotton or wool. Dress Shirts a beautiful lot to select from no American dyes all cood colors, from a 50c negligee to a$l silk in mens and boys sizes; pretty patterns; splendid quality; 50c 75c and $1. The five large lots to be sold next .Saturday in Vandevecr FOR SALE A load of first class timothy hay. Joe Gann, Park are out of city limits. 1No 9S-city taxes. . p Hustonville. 98-2- Jewelry-Stic- k Clothing it is said it is more to give than to still it is a very great pleasure to receive, and there can he no giving without receiving, and so this is a most happy season of the year; those who give are happy in the giving; and those who receive are happy, because they have been remembered. It is not the cost and show of gifts that makes one happy, but the mere fact we are not forgotten. Our Gifts this happy Xmas season should be of less expense and more numerous, and thus make more people happy by our giving; and too, we should make useful gifts something that is helpful; something useful. We want to supply what you want from our stock. We've many to give your friends. Look at these and select what you want to give buy now, we will put it away and keep it for you FOR RENT House of G rooms, Heard About Town recently occupied by Hugh Noe; for rent for year 1917; possession at Capt. Noble and Envoy Snclling, 90-t- f once. A. T. Nunnelley. in charge of the Salvation Army headquarters at Danville, in FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, Stanford Monday, working were the with Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, big court day crowd. They arc doing a Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, fine work among the poorer classes in Pictures and Stoves. W. A. Tnbble Boyle county nnd are receiving tho hearty of officials nnd 97-Stanford. charity organizations. tf t r ten 3 U. ' l-- :c x ' T i . .- - J J -J l- A Word With Women BUTTER MILK Bids for the surplus milk of the Stanford creamery will be received until midnight, Pec. Valuable Advice for Stanford Readera 27. When you consider the feeding value of this milk as comnared to $5 Mary a woman endures with noble corn it should bring 2f cents hundred pounds. II. J. MRcoberts, patience the daily misery of back 'J'J-- J Secretary. ache, pain about the hips, blue, ncd vous spells, dizziness nnd kidney nnd bladder disorders, hopeless of relief If you want a good time because she doesn't know what is piece in a wrist watch, the matter. is that every pain in gent's watch, or clock, go theItbacknot true is trouble "peculiar or hips to W. H. Mueller's Jew- to the sex." Often when the kidneys get congested and inflamed, such 96-- 6 elry Store. aches nnd pains follow. Then help the weakened kidneys. Don't expect them to get well alone. Doan's Kidney Pills have won the praise of thousands of women. They GO TO Read this are endorsed at home Stanford woman's convincing statement: Mrs. J. S. Good, Logan St., Stan-for...for... says: "A constant backache brought me down so I could get no " Xmas relief day or night and nt times I could scarcely move. I had nervous RAVEN ART WARE, JEWELRY hcadachos'and the action of my kid neys caused mc much annoyance. PARISIAN IVORY TOYS My limbs nnd feet were swollen and MANICURE AND TOILET .SETS so sore I could hardly stand., Doan's Kidnoy Pills whieh I got nt the Lin ROOKS CUT GLASS coln Pharmacy relieved the backache LOWNEY'- - CANDY and other symptoms of kidney trouDOLS, ETC. ble." Pficp GOc, nt all .dealor. Don't simply ask for a kidnoy remedy JUNCTI6N CITY, : KENTUCKY gat Dpfin's Kidney the same Pilb that Mr. Good had. Fostar-Milhiir- n 99-- 1 Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. p-r pins (every man who wears a wants a stick pin in it, 25c to $2.50 Collar Buttons 5c to 25c. Cuff Buttons, 25c to $1.50. Combination sets, composed of stick pin, cuff buttons, collar button and tie holder a beautiful useful gift $1.00 to $3.00. WHILE stylo and color you would "want and the prices to suit most any pocket. Men's suits, $7.50 to $25. Boys Suits, $3.50 to $ 0. Overcoats at $7.50 to $20. Mackinaw $5, $7.50 and 1 Mens and boys suits, ovci coats and mack-inawmost every s; $10. Shoes Anything you want men's and women's dress shoes, with regular or high tops, in patent, brown, black kid Rubber and calf. Shoes felt and gum boots. Baby Shoes 50c to $1.50. Women's Shoes $2 to $7.50. Men's Shoes $2.50 to $10.00. in children's Umbrellas One of the nicest presents to give they are beautiful; they are useful. Even' ladv wants one wood, sterling arVfeT" um-- i -- iiuiiuics; nice quality can be kuiu od T Reynolds & Evans Presents engraved-wo- han- use-thin- gs dles $1 to $5. Silver and gold handles $5 to $ 0. 1 . Head wear Hats for everybody the unassuming man of age; the well dressed married man the dashing affectionate youth and the small boy. Hats of every colo size and price, $1.50 to $5. Caps 50c to-$1.5- :::::::: Neck Ties style that's mr.de; every color of the rainbow; every combination of colors innginable, bov3. tecks, stsiarrs and 4- in handJ-aSj- Every IK Jk-1 Pi Underwear boy to the Any size, from a lprjrest man any shr.pe regular, long and slim or short and h.t. We have them for all of these. Un' n Suit3 that fit you no binding on tle shoulders; no cutting in the crotch. That; means Munsingwcar no advance in the prictj boys, 50 cent; man's, $1, $1.50 and $2 in cotton; $2.50 '"n -- -K Js i' ? T4 H fjaarereiirggat' '" '.& 'JF i 7-.- 1 A Ford for the Folks for Christmas ' ' boxes. the betA ter ones in holiday Dc jindRBl mm vf Vs 8 J Trunks Suit cases and hand bags; paper ones, as cheap as you want, them; leather ones as good as you will buy; trunks $3.50 to $10; suit cases $1.50 to $15; hand bags $5 to $12.50. wool. Sweaters Handkerchiefs The wannest garment a maftanwear fits him close; not in the way; comfotable nnd genteel light grey, oxford, brown, navy and red, at 50c to $3. 1 - ' "It ia hard, to crowd a car into a stock- ing, but there ia no other Chriatma preaent that would come as "near pleaaing the whole family aa a ' , ft !ii 21 V ma m Ford Touring Car at $360 Let mc vo Everybody wants a few handkerchiefs they never have enough better get 0c them in half dozen lot3 or more--5and 15c each in white hemstitched. Pure linen, 25c and 50c. Silk, 25c, 50c and $1.00. c, 1 'thocai for 'Chriatmaa. Of couraejf your order now and get V you vrirft a Ford Car regardlesa of Santa Claui, I will be glad to furnish it. Henry r,"v McRo 11 t III Stanford, Kentucky C. Anderson, Agent STANFORD, KY. aney ' .' "V. ' TG tp"mmammm The Interior Journal. Stanford. Kentucky Friday, Decpmber, 15, O'Rnnnon. 00-- 1 Hear Dr. Southwick. Miss (Jertrudo Wilkinson is at Severance & Son's. Mr. and Mrs. .Inmes Ilcnglc, of Mt. Sterling, have been guest of Mr. ami Mrs. T, M. Manning. J, M. Walter, who hits been ill for several weeks Is thought to be about tha snmc. MiM I'cnrl Hampton visited Mr. nnd Mrs. II. (J. Hampton nt Lchrnnu Junction rnrly in tho week. Mrs K. .1. I.c went tin to Knst !l r on btnlhPs onrlv In the Silns Anderson went to Crab Orchnrd Thursday to visit her pur- eats, Rev. and Mrs. Morgan. Mm. Lhnrlottc Wnrrcn is reported as resting comfortably today her host of friends will be glad to know. Mrs. W. (i. McIIee, or Mt. Vernon, returned home Friday after a visit to her mother, Mrs. D. H. Southard. George Dinwiddle, or Morclnnd, was in Stanford Monday returning from a trip to liny City, Texas. Mrs. Geoige Kiser, of Winchester, is the guest of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Warren. Mr. nnd Mrs. D. Colson Lair, out on the .Somerset pike, arc receiving coiigtatulatinns upon the arrivul of a hendsome little son. Mrs. Albert Phillip, who has been confined to her bed for several weeks on nccount of grippe is greatly Mis Mntitl Carter came home to day fiuin Cuve Spring, da., to Rpe.nl the ( hristmos holhmvs with her par-- 1 ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. P. W. Carter. J. T. Shndonn. a well known rnrmer of Pulaski county, was in Stanford looking over the court day market week. Mr 1916. D ...ior... Iff ' A Man's Store A Man's Gift! TCu5Z55T5!5a5KnTC tnrw Very Christmassy It's in the air that merry melody the mony of human feelings, music of. a million souls har- Does vours bring joy to fho breakfast table ? West Sou th East women are solving tho cofTee problem. Armies have solved it. "An army travels on its ntomach" and of the army breakfast, ask any soldier what ho would miss most. One of the greatest American judges hus said that in the home com ' North Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Osborne return Today Ihert are whole towns where Atbucklei.lt praced to Knoxville today to spend n short- tically tha only coffee UleJ. In one State alone, In a time. Mrs. Usliorne has been here nt the bedside of her mother. Mrs. Charyear, four pounds of Arbuckles" Coffee was used for lotte Warren, for several weeks. . every man, woman and child In the State four times Mrs. Georgia Gntiner and little as many pounds of coffee as the population of the Sutel laughter. Catherine Kails, of Green wood. Intl., hn retntiTil h'nc tiMe' it pleasant visit to friends at Huston- ville. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. S. Fish nnd little r2Ksas3&222332su22S2i!raKZj Dec. 1(5.- - Dr. Southwick in Juliu son, L. K. Fisli went to Lancaster Friday to visit her sisters, Mesdnmes ( nesnr nt 2 o'clock p. m. V. A. Lear nml S. I). Cochran. v Dr. and Mrs. T. W. Pennington or sister, Mrs. Sam Boone at Somerset. December 22 Annunl y,M Htttie West, of ongratulntinr.4 'ipin the lerp'xlng Kcv. Howling will preach at l.;'n;htr .1 ha been the guest of Mrs. W. II v. rr i1 f a second lit' Creek church Saturdi- - iiifht Dance of Sinn ford Hop Club. their home. The 'little Indy was borr night. mences with the first cup of poor coffee. There is a coffee which brings a million men to breakfast "in a hurry." Today you can introduce its rich, full flavor in your home. Serve Arbuckles' for a week and notice how much more his breakfast means to him. Bring joy to your breakfast tabic. ' mm rsliSMJKL. Cupytklit - Uut SdalUn t. Mm Santa has little trouble fixing up the tots! particularly the Men For the Grovn-ups- , Folks, it's different. Toys won't do the Gift must have meaning. And what better thought could go with a Gift than Comfort? Whether Hats, Shoes, Overcoats, Suits, Collar Bags, Bath Robes, House Coats, Gloves, Umbrellas, Canes, Neckties or Mufflers. For the Cold Outdoors, the Gift he'll most appreciate is somewhere in our Big Man's Store 11 , ' A Buy HiS Gift At a MAN'S Store H PSiiiiiDS 's and Phillips SM3raaHsaT!zsaciKi'.:,y?.ai.ti rTKSairsggj Stanford's Biggest Store Personal and Social Chri-.tmns c Stock of s Groceries Is Now About COMPLETE ' T Meat Department Is supplied with the belt and Meats that, can be (retired. Ten-dere-- it Will Appreciate a Portion of Your Trade this. Friday morning. Ilallnu nnd family have on moved to the Ynger property Danville avenue, recently vacated by W. G. Withers, who has moved the he college building. L. .1. Mullins, who has been nt Heidelberg, in the mountains for me time, hns gone to McRoborts, one of the flotiri.shing new towns in he rich coal nnd lumber fields and rders his I. .1. to follow horn there. Miss Knthorinc Anderson, who went to Maysfield several days ago o assist in a photonrnph establishment, Iihs returned to this city and will engage in the photography busi ness here. Miss Annie and Louise Poage, "ceompHined by Miss Josephine lleaz. 'ev. n chnrminir voting guest of Mr, mil Mrs. W. L. Hybee, of Stanford, nw "Civilsntion st the Huntington Theatre Saturday night. It is a picture and t strong n Hact. Ashland Independent. won-lerful se-m- nn anil Sunday The Fnir View Sunday school is getting along nicely, having a large attendance every Sunday. Come Earl' and Look Over Our Line of Farm and btock News Martin, of Danville, bought a couple of small enhes here Monday of J. A. Young, of Adair, for $30 Joe Chancellor, on the Crab Orchnrd pike, sold to N. II. Peel, cf Jessamine county here Monday, a sorrel gelding for $180. L. O. .Martin, of Lily Dale, Tenn., sold on the local mnrKet Monday 30 head of steers and heifers, to different parties in small bunches, nt from (! to cents a pound. Frank Hobinson, of Iloyle, bought here Monday from II. II. Davis, of the McCormack's church section, a horse mule, for which he . paid Luther Johnson,, south of town, sold a yearling steer to John T. Higs-bof Preachersville, here Monday, for ?'J8.50. Johnson sold to another buver n cow for $34.(35 and a couple of heifers for $50. J. C McDonald, of West Fork, Tenn., who is n regular on the court day stock mni&ct, sold Monday to various parties 11 bend of steers nt of about $52 a head; all weie prospective feeders Tom Duckworth, of Jessamine, was buying all the cattle here Monthly he eould find to suit him. He picked up .lbout 51 head in nil, securing 1G from T. W. Jones, mostly calves at an average price of $22; from Cogar, of Wayne, he bought 10 cattle, averaging about 800 pounds, at $0.50. "Uncle Jimmy" Roberts, of Pulaski county, who, as usual, was en the day market hero Mondcy, sold !7 head of yearling steers to Jnme Smith, for $557; he aUo sold half n dorcn heifers to Will Matheny, at '27.80 a head; to Tom Duckworth, of VicholiuniUe. he sold 10 calve at $21 50 ahead. Senator It. L. Hubble, was on tho mule market here Monday, lo lin" r some hybrids. From Mick F. En in.iliB, of the Waynesburg section, he 'tn a pair of mare mules. fie and ix- - ear-olfor $300; from George Rankin near Hubble, he secured a marc mule for which he paid $100. ,i. A. voting, ot Atiair county, soui tq Shel Tevii, of the Shelby City section', hero Mondav. 13 stockors that averaged about 850 pounds .at 7 cents n pound; to Will Matheny. of Stanford, he sold, eight .heifers that averaged 500 pounds, nt 0 cents a pound; to Tuggle, of Hoyle, he sold eight steers, thnt nveraged about 500 pounds, at $35 a head. C H. Xmas Fruits, Candies Nuts, Etc. Oranges, per dozen ... 20c to 35c Apples, per peck 35c to 50c Grape Fruit to 15c 8 Mixed Nuts and all other varieties at right prices. Bananas and Malaga Grapes at old prices STRIETMANN'S FRUIT CAKES Everything in mixed candies from 10c to 40c per lb. ALSO LIME OF TOYS, DOLLS, Etc. ld 15 $1-1!- Sau f lev The farmers of this community ire busy gathering corn. Miss Kfflo Ware has been on the sick list, but is able to be out again we nre all glad to know. .Miss barah bampaon is visum? relatives at Harrod&burir. Mr. C W. Lovull and daughter. Uiidbeth apunt a day or so in Somei set mi at wook. The Logftn's Creek school !s uieoly with Mr. D. C )air as teacher. .Miss Ada Floyd is visRirg bur Phone No. 210 for Meats and Groceries EVERYTHING NEW. PRICES RIGHT PfllHUE lO'J WHffiyrBie Phone 261 Joe Will Kout, of the West End of the county,- - sold to Monte Fox, of Danville here Monday, u mare mule for $205. This was the highest price heard of on tho mule market here during the day, nnd the female hybrid was an extra classy ld F U tjylfU e I c Walton o Sautago Cround nt Small Cost SlSJ Sg Stanford, Ky. animal. , F. L. Thompson, of the East End, sold to difTeront parties, usually in small lots, about 43 head of cattle heie Monday, at pricos rouging from 5 to C 2 cents a pound, according to quality of the stuff. 1- pM"" Notice to the Public: atPsFJHlINW J SUDDEN DEATH Cawod by Disease of the Kidneys. Tho close connection vfuli exist between (be heart and the kidneys is An goon ns well known nowaday. kidneys ete diseased, aiterial tension in increased and the In ait functions nrr attacked. When the kidneys no I'mgi r pour forth waste, uieuiic poisoning occurs and the person die, and the cause la often given .is heart disease, or disease of brum or lungs. It is a good insurance agaiugt such a risk to send 10 cents for a large trial package of "Anurio" the lateeVdis-cover- v of Dr. Pierce. Also send a oainple of yonr w titer. This will be examined without charge by oxpcit chemists at Dr. Pierce's J iivnhuV Hotel, lluffalo. N. V. When you Fuffer fiuni backache, frequent or scanty urine, rheumatic, puiiid here or thete. or that constant tired, worn-ou- t feeling, it's tlmo toutitu Dr. Pierco, describu your symptoms nml get Ida medical opinion without charge absolutely free. This "Anuric" of Doctor Pierce's is found tobottf times more active than lithla, for it dissolves urio acid iu Uio Bystetu as lint water does sugar. Simply ask for Dr. Picrco's Anurio Then) can bo no Imitation. Tablets. packaco of "Anurio" Is sure to bo Dr. Pierce s. You u ill llud the signature on tho packngo lust as you do on Or. Pietco'fl Golden Mcdi'.ul Discovery for blood and Etomach. '8 " ..,ire w - naa oxinoti u- -I weenPyiis' institution tho public in this section thru- year of our existence), we desist oUtStW-- ' two and on - it both! necessary nruj 5'F9 to itoutul this warning in the in- ..... ptiiM m the near future on v"ijiui tiuiimb l.f Adi ...it requirement urn no ""f suits, overcoats niidkH nil !" longer more pruiriiwa o fS Ippo . (i . They are an ab o i eanh can Uy this epoch of solute certainty. No since the soaring pricon. which isjvitho it a mngli. Civil War. This coit(litVii it the direct result of the Euro-peaWar ami the aff..ifi con . quent upon this terriblo conflict. Tho enomiour 'ireign insumi tion of wooluns for thpjjrcat EttJOHH!rmis h .. politically created a woolen nViaAhirri .. . enitlfHOiKi uuit i,-- ht iw', niiu pe'r and 3ou will see those strong bids for yoiir spending money Big Values in You may take uit3, one-fift- h rdnt 1- n to $575, $9.75, $16.75 'famine "Hi the Uum!nStatcs other countries. Prices are advancing everywhere! on nenly everything. Wo expected this state of affair nml place heavy order long before prices took thoir up'wurd trcr I. As n' remit, our prices have been afTtcted little, if n y by the diro confusion which now confronts the woolen world. Our stocks nro unusually complete and our p '' en are practically normal) and this fortunato prepnredn s made plisslblu tho larceit volume of trade thnt wo have over enjoyed In the two nlul f yearn of our history. Hut wo udvlso that no ono. delny purchasing what ho may need nt present or in tho immediate future, as pricca are rising and will continue to riie for fully twelve months to come. It will be well for hllo muking tho public to bear this frank rdviec in mind purchases for Christmas giving. a-1 one-hal- off the price of any Winter Coat PUBLIC SALE FRIDAY. DEC. 22. 191C farm, ono mile from Stanford, on the Danville pike, sell to tho highest bidder tho following described property: Two cood work horses: four Jer sey cows, one fresh and ono will be ng In a lew days; 24 neau or yc cattle; seven calves, mostly ack; three sows and liters: about 40 Ltrrela ygO". of corn; one good ono mowing machine; one "cpltHytor; one turn I ni' nlow; double shovelt'iieW lection harrow; one old sty'- - dies harrow; ono subsoller; one cor tneij lcr: one hav framo: rubber Lr bug gy and harness; good set of wagon harness; rilow gear; some household gqods and other things too numerous to mention. J. T. LIVINGSTON, Stanford, Ky., K. F. D. No. 2. will on Having decided to quit farming I New.FuVi.ik'Sparate Muffs. and Sets. . at the Goodknight 'vr Separate Scarfs Priced 2 Useful Gifts-Mbderatel- y Everything for making your Xmas package i f ::':::::: xvounr, desponuexoy. I Phillips and Phillips . Kldnoy DIswko Is sii'pecUvl by medlta! men when patients complain of uuckiclie or tufiVr with irregular urntlon. too fretjueut, KJint' or painful passage, Tbogeiieiul vyinptuini nro rheumatic pallia or iieurultiht, headaches, dluy spells, Irritability, daipoudoiicy weauness and general misery. Worry Is a frequent causo and somutlmcs u symptom of kldnoy disuoMi. ThouttuuJt (muiudluto relief Iron have SJLthcso testllled to alter unlug Dr. 1'icrcoV symptoias "Nurlo Tablets. two-hor- se rjuiwt-cui-tivato- r; one-hor- Severance & Son mmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmm ' v' Mt. .. j WJ V 2. "; r-- - ' iTfie Inferior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, December, 15, f9!6. Sf HERE IN STANFORD $ A Real Live Gift Store We have arranged this Christmas to make our place a real headquarters for Santa Claus, with gifts for every member of the family, old or young, large or small. You need go no farther than Stanford and the Lincoln Pharmacy to supply your every desire for a Christmas Gift. We are getting in daily A Bewildering and Attractive Line of Christmas Gifts I including toys of all kinds for the little fellows, Games, Books, Guns Sleds, Candies, in fact everything the childish heart could wish for. For the older members of the family, our assortment of presents is more complete Pretty Papers, Perfumes, Toilet Accessories in Silver and Ivory, Candies, Cut Glass, Pictures and Books for the ladies. Cigars, Attractive Pipes and Smoker's Supplies, Shaving Sets and a large number of other things which peculiarly appeal to the masculine heart. C You simply cannot afford to buy a single present until you have looked at our magnificent stock of gifts this season and have seen what a great saving in money you can make by purchasing your presents right at home from v:. . .! I The Lincoln Pharmacy J. W. ACEY, Proprietor STANFORD, KENTUCKY I E5R & THAT EAST END CULVERT AGAIN AnCorretpondent Preacherivil'e swers County Road Engineer RiftVi Recent Card Ssj, ECJr u Kt Jvr P. v v H Preachersville, Dec. 4. In the I. J. of Oct. 24, the County McKee Riffe takes Road Engineer, exceptions 'statements which appeared in our corerspondence from this place which had been published a few days previously. I "had, as will be remembered, written an item cond cerning the finding of a hog where it had fallen into a hole at the end of a culvert, where the water had washed out quite a sink hole three feet wide and three feet deep. And further that the hog had subsisted on the bark oft of sycamore roots in this narrow prison for six weeks, that when lost it was a nice fat hog, fat enough to butcher, when found it was a mcro shadow, etc., etc. Also knowing the condition of some other culverts in the East End, scattered over a considerable territory, to be danger--to travel and in some instances other culverts were "blind" to all intents and purpose's, we sought to drive home a moral that our county road officials would do well to employ a common horse drawn vehicle when attempting to inspect our rough Kast End roads, which are, as everyone knows, who has occasion to travel over them, very rapidly going down, deteriorating with every rain in summer, every freeze and succeeding thaw in winter, and that insufficient ditching and lackof sufficient drainage with metal for. surfacing either poor in quality, deficient in quantity, improperly placed or lacking altogether, has put our pikes in a class with the better class of dirt roads. When the I. J. make-uman placed the caption over our article, "Some Pig Tale, This," with the "Fat Hog Falls Thro' Culvert," he'i d little thought that the conveyed an impression not given by th reading of the original manuscript, which was in truth r.eithei a brickbat nor boquct, nor "was it intended as such by the writer. But it certainly was a pleasure the way-- Mr. Rlffo '''came back" in response to the shoving plainly that he is awake to the responsibility which to the office which he Alls, and that unquestionably he s- - the right mar. r. the right place, if he consid-ere- c AMielf hit by the slugs from 275-pounc p sub-heasub-heaar-tic- lo our Gatling gun. For over 12 years and the digging and ditching in front we have denounced our poor road of his gates? working system and the still poorer When Mr. Riffe tells of the condiroads we arc getting, both through tion of culverts along the property, the press and on every occasion where Mr. Blankcnship lives he should have explicitly stated which Mr. Blanwhere criticism was mcrmited or de- kcnship to whom he referred for the served and never a response to try to reading public at once came to the "correct" our statements from any conclusion that it was yours truly of the several officials who have had who had been so remiss in the duty of to do with our roads and their care all good citizens in the care and uo during said times. But nay, not so of our public highways. A large circle now. Mr. RifTc came back. Hardly of friends scattered wherever the had the I. J. dropped from the press I. J. circulates, and that is everytill he grabbed his little spade and where, now regard us in the light of started out on his regular trip of in- a public malefactor. There are about spection. He then wrote in his "come a round dozen of the clan Blankcnship back" as follows: who bear the title of Mr. before "I found the 'hog culvert' not their names and one should be careout of commission, or any way dan- ful to give the given name, initials, gerous to travel, it having never been or else their personal idenity is renstopped up in the two years of my dered somewhat obscure. We would management, and Mr. Lawrence as- like to state that we do not own or sured me that it is in practically as operate any land on or near to the good condition as it was fifteen years Preachersville and Stanford pike; ngo. But I did find culverts along the glad we don't, if we did our egress property where Mr. Blankcnship lives and ingress would be too difficult. At partially or wholly stopped by limbs closest point our holdings were two and other trash washed from his farms away from this pike the past place and one twenty-fou- r inch metal season. tube just in front of his house with Mr. W. C. Blankenship, not the a wash tub placed over the end put- writer mind you, when questioned ting it out of commission, and caus- about the culvert in front of his ing the water to overflow the pike. I house, stated that during the winter also found his very 'dangerous cul- the metal culvcit would carry all the vert' with a large quantity of debris rainfall and melting snow adequately from his farm choking the end, caus-- but that during the Bpring and sum-mthq water to undermine th6 walls." with their heavy downpours the We again repeat our former state- culvert could not begin to handle tho ment that the "hog culvert" is out of wa'ter tributary to this spring branch commission, for tho simplo reason with its considerable territory of that it is not serving tho purpose for drainage. As a result the piko often which it was built. The water from overflowed at .such times. He states the spring on the premises of M. F. that he has stood on the pike above Lawrence runs to about six feet from this metal tube and hooked out trash tho mouth of the culvert und then and drift to keep the opening from and there drops down into the sink being flogged up. The censensus of hole and out of sight, thus leaving opinion amongst our older citizens is the culvert high and dry. As water that tho metal tube is no( much of a always seeks" af lower level, we must culyert, rather too much like a tin face the 'fact Ufttjthe builders of this whistlo and not at 11 as adequate as turnpike wertnot building culverts the old rock culvert which tho metal for ornament'norjwould they have tubo displaced. At the present high placed it in Juxtaposition, to a healthy prices on galvanized wash tubs one sink holo which 'afforded all necessary might consider a man a "leetlo off" or drainage at that.tlroV. So it can bo else well supplied With tho "rocks" seen that the sink hole came into who was so reckless as to put a tub the culvert was built. Tho over tho end of a culvert. To check muss of roots from tho sycamore tree such wanton wastefulness, such .reckcuuj,ut drift thus impeding. the Xloy less extravagance, we suggest a fine of water to the extent that the of prto cent and tho costs us a remedy. weight of the water caused the earth MfWs-Weaof cusscdness establishes to give way. Since which time the a," bad precedent Old adage hath It, culvert has been out of commission, "Eydry tub shall sjand on its own though yet possibly it "is in as good bottom." This cannot be construed in condition as it was 15 years ago," ac- any way to mean a stopper for culcording to the expert testimony of verts. Mr, Lawrence. Now we wonder if The nearby culvert which Riffe there is any connection between tho thought was the one mentioned by testimony offered by Mr; Larwenco us as "dangerous" is not the one we Z er referred to, but is if anything, one of the most dangerous places on any road In our knowledge. In the first place wo find Uint Mr. Blankcnship MBtf 7E .m ev ssmmw m has never operated any land contiguB'liWlilll1! ous and Is not responsible for any deQ (HHKUmPMN! ficiency In this culvert. Thcro Is nothing to show that any debris from is the most frc-said farm caused its dnngcrous conB ., qucnt cause or coughs, ' dition. The cmbnnkment and upper abutments nre true ns when built, A colcta nnd G"PPe' The peneground hog has made a shallow burtrating dampness starts the chill, row In the rondsldo grass; this does :m.-- i i rm the germ gets n foothold nnd no harm. Tho dnngcrous holo Is on sneezing, sniffling nnd coughing the other and lower end of the culnre the consequences. vert. A large hole has broken through just outsido the place where wheels feeling tnke? When you notice thnt grippy, stuffed-ti- p of vehicle ordlnnrily run. It Is large Dr. King's New Discovery and stop its progress. The enough to bury n large horse, with pure bnlsnms in this old reliable cough nnd cold remedy lots of room to spare. What caused soothe the sore throat, the antiseptic qualities cut the this? We made a close examination phlegm and kill the germ nnd the cold is quickly relieved. by crawling up under the culvert. One of the large flnt rocks placed Have a bottle handy for grippe, croup and bronchial over the culvert for a part of the coughs. You'll like it. Your druggist has sold it for years. roof had broken into and fallen oh the floor of the culvert. A repair made before Riffc's administration flow Is cutting across the plko just consisted of three small posts and a over the culvert and n few more rains FAMILY AVOIDS . piece of bridge plank placed acro In place of the will expose to view the culvert Its walls of the culvert stone. The large opening above was entire length. Vehicles chug In and SERIOUS SICKNESS then filled up with several loads of lumber rr and two vctilcles cannot Rerock from a nearby stone fence. pass each other at this exact point; cently the rocks have settled out of one must pull up nnd let the other place or given way leaving n very cross first. People on foot nre put to By I&Bg CoasJaatly Sspplitd Willi dangerous trap where if two vehicles their wits to dodge n single vehicle Theuford'i BUck-Draagwere to attempt to pass in the dark when passing this place. It is giving one woul surely meet disaster nnd the more trouble than would be supposed occupants come to their death. A In this respect as it is so near the McDuII. Va. "I sulfercd for several horse might fall into this sink hole church thnt at the close of services Mrs. j. Whiltaker, ct nnd the rider pinned under and crush- one must jump lively to escape In- years," says"with sickU. headache, Ins place, anJ ed to death. This danger continues jury. Some night nfter close of ser',omach trouble. and no steps are taken to remove it. vice, when the road is full of vehicles Ten years ago a Iriend told me io try If not to be fixed at once why U no someone will, most likely, sustain Thcdford'a which I did, suitable warning erected or banister broken limbs from n step in 'this rut. aid I lound it lo be the best family medt-:i- nc for young and old. placed around it? Shall It continue The pond of water next to Foley's I keep on hand all fhe till someone is Injured or killed? fence is the home of some ' happy imc now, and when my children feel a The dangerous culvert we had men- bull frogs; it is n pity to disturb them Mile bad, they ask me for a dose, and It Joes them more good than any medicine tioned was one located south of the but it certainly needs to be done. they ever tried. Drake's Creek Stock Farm, the home Just in front of the old post office have of of Big Durocs. This culvert wns dan heiv. W. II Cummins' old stand, is a ' wc, neverfam,Vt a long commenced ,cs$ snCc wc gerous August 2Cth nnd continued uau niuu noie. n nns ncen in existence ising ollr so until the nppeanincu of our arti- over two years. Vehicles must detour; Tlrdford's Is purely cle in October when Mr. Riffe came to right or left or chug in mud nnd gclable, and has been iound lo rcg- uc uciK Momacns, am uigesuon, re- -i and repaired n number of small cul- clay from 8 to 15 inches deep after a ve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea, verts near here to the great pleasure freeie nnd thaw in winter. One autoad c'le. sick stomach, and similar of all who use highways. mobile stuck there last winter and hnil .u.toms. Now as to the blind culverts. We to get help to pull out. Much profaniII is been in constant use for more nn 70 cars, and has benefited more nre told on good authority that there ty of the brimstone variety has distun a million people. is n culvert, now out of sight, jut at turbed the midnight echoes when M. F. Lawrence's front gate, long fast driven autoes have struck this Voi-- rt. druggist sells and recommend Price only 25c. Oct a hidden for lo! the.--e many years. Con- particular dinner jolter. It has some Mikage N.Gia tour of road bed nnd slope in ditches muddy water in It nnd our Iznac Wnl-toshow that water cannot flow on to threaten to get a lot of cntfish their property every year or so, one other cuhcrts but frequently the from the Fish Commission and stock instance of $20U ut one clip the past pike overflows at this point and re the place so our people enn enjoy session of the Board of Equalization. sults in plenty of mud. Another blind angling in a free fish pond. Query: After an open fall one is west of Mr. Anderson's house. We would suggest that our County with no rain to spenk of, river and Another still is on the Crab Orchard Road Engineer inspect our roads creeks low, why has there been no nnd Lancaster pike between Jones L. next time just after n rain; that ho gravel spread on any of our pikes in Anderson's store and the blacksmith hook up a horse anil drive over so ho this v.clnlty, why lias no rock been shop of Fado Parks. It is stone blind. will not get over the road too fast, spread, and why lias there been no The water has no drninngc and cuts but be able to see what I have written ditching on any of said pikes, especacross the pike diagonally nnd causing about and mute, too. Dozens of our ially from Crab Orchard to the Gnr-rar- d much damage to the highway. Still representative citizens would very county line, nnd from Prcnchcni-vlll- c another one also stone blind is just gladly go along on n trip of Inspection to Wlikcrson's Branch? north of the Preachersville Baptist and show the pike's weak places Press of work has precluded an church. Water in the nearby field nnd This end of the county pays its pro- earlier reply to this matter. for some distance up and down the portionate share of tnxes but is getYours very truly, roadside collects at this lowest level ting mighty little roads for its money. B. L ULANKESHIP. and forms a small pond; its over- - Some of our taxpayers get roisdd"ttn Stanford. Ky..'ltoulo No. 4. Vtm3V3JW rfmjmrr fTftemr7fc-vlxposurc KrtWirn :::.' :r Black-Draug- Black-DraiiR- ht niacK-uraugn- Utack-Draup- ht 1 Black-Draugh- Such tobacco enjoyment command quick as you buy some Prince cigarette 1 i?iM v ttwin? c RSI r? -- "v . X'Vrv Sn C as you never thought could be is yours to a TCmirVa&ssSLv; itt'-M?r-'.- vjim;y,'.vi,:-Tf- WA fitfffiSXff W, KirfiK. ri .7 -- i J" " it'tW) 'mMMm shAi&iMm?Mm sySftitJ: mMim ri Albert and fire-u- p pipe or a home-mad- e Prince Albert gives you every tobacco satisfaction your smoke-appetiever hankered for. te it's made by a patented process that cuts out bite and parch Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality 1 That's because t7mimz?s? irrzj- - Civ.ri.hlltll On lS rtfVrWlU oi imi tid r w. will J. CCH Pftlanlait Join. i07, which molt plpa, n unokad LWonl htt 1 Prince Albert the national joy smoke has a flavor as different as it is delightful. And that isn't strange, either. !uy Princt Albtrt tvtry vhtt tobacco It tolj In loppy rd bagt, 5c; tidy rid 'iut, 10c; handiomt pound and that corking fin humipound cryital-gla- $ dor with tpongfmoitlnr top that htipt tht tobacco in $uch cUvtrtrim alwojut You never tasted the likeofit! jnd half-poun- d tin Auni-do- n Men who think they can't smoke a pipe or roll a cigarette can smoke and will smoke if they use Prince Albert. And smokers who have not yet given P. A. a try-ocertainly have a big surprise ahd a lot of enjoyment coming theirway as soon as they invest in a supply. Prtn bacco will tell itanwn stnrvi ut '.jt. TM V y S TOBACCO CO, Wh,fr3U, R C i ' Hie Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, December, 15, 1916. Page Seven r Real Estate Hustonville Telephone Comp'ny -- NEW TELEPHONE DIRECTORY OF THE- Incorporated For Sale No. 175. 20 ncres of Innd one nnd onc-hnlory six room residence with three porches, two stables, smoko house, cool house, well house, store room In ynnl, cow house. Good well nt houso and springs. All buildings nnd fencing In first clnsa shnpe. A lot of fruit trees. Most nil of this place Is in jcrnsi and only nbout four miles from Stanford. In splendid community close to school and church. Price only $1,800. Terms d down nnd balance in one nnd two yenrs. You could not begin to put the buildings up for this money. lf one-thir- A 01 M 4-- Z 63 55 47 88 31-L Allen Brot., Adams, A. J Adamt Dro Adami, C. W Alcorn, Dr. E. ..... City Residence Danville Street Drugs, Main Street Residence Main Street Residence Main Street Residence 1m Morclnnd Pik Residence 8m Bradfordsville Pike 116-106-100-6G-- Y L Z Murphy, J. S Manning Brot Moter, John 3m Stanford Pike Turncrsville MIDDLEBURG McKinney Ice Cream Co..McKlnney 89.J Allen, J. J Al.tott & Peyton Morcland 100-- 102 111-S B 38 119-J 118.R 45-- Z 84-- Z 4-- 37 66-107-- J 7-- L 84-- J ' 77 5-- 103-116-- 70 No. 1 76. 1- Two acres of Innd, five room house, two porches, smnll bam, etc. All buildings nnd fencing in Rood condition, lias nbout 100 frutt trees, s, peaches, etc. About three miles from Stanford. Price $800. Terms, one half down; bnlnnre in twelve 5G 23 116-89-Z 41 Drandenburc, Rev. R. L...City Burton, J. D .. Residence 2m Mlddlcburg Pike Drown, Sid City Baughman, Jones A Residence Morcland Baughman, J. K Ulnck Pike Berry, R. L Residence 2m Stanford Pike Biibo, Sam Residence Cm McCormnck Church Blaln Hotel City Bobbin, F. P Residence Cm Peyton's Well Bohon & Co Kidd's Store Beck, J. L McKlnney Baugh, Rer. A. H. . . .City Back, C. M City Barnette, Mrt. F. B. . . City Burton, J. Gilmore . .City Bell, Sam . .... Residence McKinncy Beeler, W. W Residence 8m Hrndfordsviflc Pike Brown, C. P Residence lm Bradfordsville Pike Bogle Sittert Residence City 57-3G-- J 45-118-- J I20-108-57-89-89-103-- J 64-- L 64-- J 84-- S 3G-S 71 65-- months. 45-J- c I 89-- S 26 I McKinney Milling Co McKinney McCormack, Emmett Residence Main Street McKinney Depotit Bank .McKinney McKinney, Walter . . ..Mt. Salem McKinney, Mrt. R. B. .Residcnco 3m McKinncy Pike Marcunw Morris L Residence Cm McCormnck Church Morgan, Lafe Residence 3m Stanford Pike Merriman, Wm Grocery and Produce, Morcland Metier, Silat Residence 4m Milledgeville Pike. Maynard, W. B Residence 2m Stanford Pike MT. SALEM Cm Middleburg Pike Mobley & Son, J. S McKinncy McAninch, C. N McKinney Merriman, Wm Morclnnd Murphy, Mrt. Mollie 9m Chilton Pike Murphy, Dr. W. T. . ..9m Chilton Pike Mayt, B. F Kidd's Store Moreland, Bank of . . . Moreland Moreland Depot Morcland Moter, Wm Residence Cm Milledgeville Pike Moter, I. T. Morcland Myert, Wm. M Residence Danville Street Morclnnd Minki Hotel .... Miller, Mrt. Delia 3m Middleburg Pike NO. 178 House of five rooms, porches, etc. Smnll barn nnd nil other necessary outbuildings. Well nt the house nnd springs nnd creek on place. 10 acres of this land cleared nnd bottom land, llnlancc ridge Innd. Lots of good timber on this place. Price $2,000.Tcrms easy. 123 acres. 75 4-- J 68-- Z 81-- 109-- Z 117 58 35 5-- 'No. 67-- 180. 67-112-108-45-- L 11G-- 80 acre fnrm has two story seven room residence, halls, porches, etc. Two barns, one n tobacco barn, corn crib, wngon shed, grannry, etc. About HO acres in grass some of this blue grass nnd about thirty acres in cultivation nnd nbout 20 acres in timber. Splendid orchard. Water in all the fields. All of this plncc lays well in good community close to school nml churches. Price $3,Ono. Terms easy. City Campbell, V. M Residence 4m Hnnging Fork Carpenter, E. P. ....Residence Morcland Carpenter, Mrt. Jennie Residence 2m Bradfordsville Pike Carton, W. P. . ...Residence lm Middleburg Pike Childrett, Dr. W. J. .. . Residence Danville Pike Childrett, Dr. W. J Office, Main Street Cowan, W. C ..Residence lm Liberty Pike Coy, Sherman H Residence 5m Turncrsville Pike Carpenter, A. W. . . 3m Millcdgeville & Stanford Pikes Carpenter, J. T. 3m Milledgcville & Stanford Pikes Coffey, Mrt. Eliza ..Residence McKinney Cocing, Canon, Millie Cloyd, Jamei Carpenter, Dr. Bertie Residence Residence 2m Stanford Pike 8m Bradfordsville Pike N 3G.S 36-- 76 64-- 3 110-110-104-105-Y Newell, Joe M Newell, Wm Nat. Bank of Huttonville Neal, W. L Newbem, D. J Nunnelley, E. D 3m Danville Pike 3m Danville Pike .Main Street Residence 2m Danville Pike ' 4-- 5.R 111-- North, Grant ... North, Frank North, M. F Nunnelley, A. R Nunnelley, R. C Nunnelley, Jette . Residence Middleburg Street Residence 3m Middleburg pike Residence 3m Middleburg Pike Residence 2m Liberty Pike Residence 3m Liberty Pike Residence 4m Hanging Fork Residence 4m Hanging Fork !....McKinney J. W Carton, E. V Carter, J. W ..... Residence ..... Residence McKinney lm Stanford Pike o 11 110-- .Turncrsville Owent, Sam Owent, Bowman Residence Residence 4m McKinney Pike 4m McKinney D 113 84-- L 81-- G5L 81-Y Z DANVILLE. Davit, H. B Depp, J. D Dinwiddle, John Dodd, Win P Cm McCormnck Residence Residence .". Church lm Bradfordsville Pike 109-- J 28 4-- Morcland Residence 2m Bradfordsville Pike McKinney Automobile Driver Residence Mt. Salem lm Short Pike 112-G8-- No. 182. acros, two story four room house, two barns, one 100x2C, other 2Cx.1C nnd machine shed 10x10, corn crib, etc.; 100 acres of this farm in grass nnd cultivation balance in timber. About 70 fruit trees. Place well wntercd nnd nil buildings nnd fencing in fairly good shape. Price Terms, one half down balance in one nnd two yenrs. $3,-CU- 0. 11 118-112-- 30-- Z Dayton, Wm Drye, Will Dameron, Owen Dameron, R. R 103.Z 81-Z Peavyhoute, F. M City People's Bank of Huttonville, Main Residence Peyton, Ed Residence Pile, Chat. L Piet, Dr. M. Lee Moreland Powell, E. R Residence Powell, Jat. W Powell, Smith T Powert, Mitt Ellen Pruitt, Geo. B Residence Street 4m Stanford Pike 3m McKinney Pike 104-- J 50 65-- 2m Liberty Pike 2m Bradfordsville Piko Residence 3m Liberty Pike Residence Main Street E 83iU L Residence Moreland Ellis. Wallace Evant, Lud 73-- J 89-89-- No. 184. 65 Z 120-Z Eadt, Letlie Ellit, Stephen, Jr. Ellit, Stephen. Sr Ellit Hotel Elliott, W. D Floyd, J. II Floyd, W. C. ... Fieldt, W. M P&, jt r r y Three acres of Innd; nlcu. four cottage, porches, halls, etc. room Cistern right at door. All necessary ".ituullilincs and liincKsmllli. worn! 28x38; Oi nri oyringejiop-on-tTHi-lo- t havnbouT"$fi00 worth of blacksmith, carpenter nnd carriage shop tools in it. There N also shed for shoeing in front of shop; $fi00 insurance placo paid up for three yenrs. Condition of nil buildings good. Splendid locntion in smnll town right on r.il- road. Can give possession on April the 1st, 1917. The owner has recently died i nil this plncc must be sold Price for the property and all tools and material in the shop only $1,000. Terms one third down nnd balance In one. tvo nnd three years. ThN is n good chance for some one to mnke good money. Residence 3m Bradfordsville Pike Residence lm Bradfordsville Pike Residence lm Morcland Pike Residence 8m nrndfordsville Pike Residence 8m Bradfordsville Pike Morcland Cm Mckinney Pike R 44 ..10 13 53 2 112-J Z Rout, Jette Reid, Jat. C Riffe, G. Crit Riffe Brot. . S F 7-- Z 100-3G-- 45-- J 29 Residence 2m Stanford Pike Residence lm Stanford Pike Residence lm Liberty Pike Roblnton, Prof. S. Rawllngt, M. T Riffe & Jonet Rucker, S. C Riffe, J. P Riffe, Wm Rigney, W. H 104-- Z 51 65-81-- G 36-- J 100.R 83-- S 23-7-- Cooch Grietler, C. E Hotel . . Gann, Jamet F. .. Gann, J. P Givent, Mitt Black Cooch, Gooch, Tom Millcdgeville 112-89-GG-- J . 112-5-- Z 120.L Cover, Jack Fred ..McKinney Residence 3m Bradfordsville Pike Residence 3m Bradfordsvillo Pike Residence 2m Stanford Pike .Residence 4m McKinney Pike . Residence Cm Peyton's Well Res. 4m McKinney Short Pike 120-64-- Rout, John B Routen. W. G Reynierton, T. A Rout, Joe Will Reynoldt, Edgar Ruttell, W. F General Merchandise City Residence 2m Bradfordsville Piko Residence City General Store Residence College Street 4m Short Pike .McKinney Moreland Residence 3m Liberty Pike City Residence lm Danville Pike Residence 2m Bradfordsville Piko Residence 2m McKinney Pike Residence 9m Bradfordsville. Piko Residence Morclnnd Cm McKinney Pike " Moreland ' i s 31-- J H 84-C4-Z 108-- J ..36-- Z . 36-- L 120-108-4-- L S 33 116-7-- No. 185. rr I Acres of land; good houso barn, etc. In good graded school district. -Soint fruit trees. Place is -. Swbu watered. All lays well nnu most Aof it is In grassy Close to good town ''nnd railroad. Price $2,C0O. (i.t 67-- UO-118-Z 65-- S 84. U 110-S 5-- S No. 186. residence, Nice halls, etc; all in' first class condition; has smnll garden, good stable, etc. One large storii'oom right on Main street; residency, and postofflce combined, of six l;Tu rooms, gnrngo etc. All of thlsfropcrty Is located right in the hcnK.of a good town nnd is the Lest 'rental property in tho town. Wo can sell you this property so you can mnke over 12 per cent on your money. Mr. Investor, it will pay you to look into this proposition as it is going to be sold und some one will mnke mighty good interest on the money that they put in it. two-stor- 119-107-L 74 110-- J 67-68-105-S 39 60 36-112-Z City McKinney Rasidence2m Stanford Pike Residence 4m Milledgeville Pike Residence 4m Middleburg Pike Houchin, R. M Residence 7m Elixir Srings Hubbard, Jim Morcland Hubbard, John ...Moreland Helm, J. K Residence 3m Middleburg Pike .! Residence Cm Peyton's Well Helm, Sam Hickt, N. C .Residence 3m Middleburg Pike Hocker, J. H. . . .Residence lm Bradfordsville Pike Huffman, Mrt. Helen Residence Danville Street Honaker, J. B Residence 4m Middleburg Pike Hubbard, Itaac . ... ... .Residence Cm Milledgeville Pike Hunn & Coffey ... . Residence Moreland Hunn, Frank Residence Cm Liberty Pike Huttonville Milling Co.. ..Flour Mill, Main Street Hocker, Lou City Hubble, S. E Moreland Hubble, J. M McKinney Hatcher, W. A Harrodtburg Ice Hart, Dr. C. F Hamilton, Perk Hammond, J. A Hanton, W. D Hanton, S. R 7m McCormnck Church & Produce Co., Morcland 119-119-S 120-105-Z Steele, L. F Singleton, Claude Sandidge, B. C Sandidge, F. F Scudder, R. S Smith, Dr. J. B Speart, Roy Stephemon, S. P. . Stephemon, Jim Speart, John Stagg, Wm STANFORD Residence, Manager McKinncy, 'Coal and .Feed Residence 4m Milledgeville Pike Residence 4m Milledgeville Pike Residence 4m McKinney Pike 4m Stanford Pike ...Residence 2m Middleburg Pike Residence 3m Middleburg Pike Residence lm Liberty Pike Residence 3m Liberty Pike McKinney Residence . 114 65-- 108.U 89-- Z 34-- J .. ..27 ' Standard Oil Company.... Moreland. Residence McKinney Singleton, C. C Residence 7m Bradfordsville Pika Spragent, W. A . Residence lm Liberty Pike Stephenton, Stoner Main Street, Garage ' Steele ft Burton ' !i i 14 Ul-100-J p't 83-- Z VW4& T 8 109L 84-11G-- " City Thomat, Wm McKinney Thomat, Cleo Tanner, E. J General Merchandise, McKinney Thomat & Son .. 2m Bradfordsville Pie Tucker, George A Residence lm Stanford Piko Tuman, Thomat G Residence 2m McKinncy Pike Tarki'ngton, Irvin Residence McCormack's Church Turnersvllle Supply Co...Tumersville .. , ...-.- , - . 30-- J 7-- Jarman, Dude J Jettie, Paul Jeffert, Fred Kelly, Dr. J. O. .. KIncald, W. P., & Co 103.U Residence Liberty Street Residence lm Stanford Pike Residence 3m Liberty Pike '" 111-L -, M M , W Residence 4m McKinney Piko General Merchandise McKinney General Merchandise Main Street Residence lm Danville Pike General Merchandise Main Street .City Morclnnd Residence 2m Liberty Pike Residence Main "Street Butcher Shop, Morclnnd Restdenco Moreland Ware, F. K lll-G6-L Ul.R Ware, F. . McKinnoy hughes & Mccarty Tobacco Warehouse, Moreland L 108-106-- 59 43 40 22 G8-S Lay Hotel McKinnoy . . 105-- REAL ESTATE Stanford, - - Kentucky . 48 72 67-68-- LIBERTY Lair, W. H Leigh, B. W. ..... Lutk, Mrs. Alice Lewit, D. O ..46 68-- US Lewit, J. E. General Merchandise Main Street General Merchandise Residence Danville Street 4m Milledgeville & Stanford Pikes Moreland ..66.X Weddle, A. J. & Son W.ddle, A. J Wheeler, Chat Weddle, Dr. A. A Wlgham, W. S Williamt, Mn. R. L Williamt, Dr. O. S White Coulter White, Will Y ,73-- L Yowell, Jai. H Residence Danville Street I l vJST' ..u.-jsi-ri &teiitejfe&.i TC- - :H" ii i"vtf'rfr"' T r r .; The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, December, !5, r 19 16 HIGHEST AVERAGE SCOTTS FIGURES ! Dnift-ladcn .. tr Wom&n, more tltonnen, have excitable nertMLkeeauM tiring work and "physical strain, .tax their Mtcete ncrvpus systems and bring premature age jR'itHrijjbic weakness unless treated intelligently. X liTr . riilla and, alcoholic concoctions cannot woman's strength, but Mm concentrated medicinal food pro r uiarifi J ii-mi- V. rhK set EMULSION -- IW - Li tfc build strength from its vcry'sburce and are helpm- - thousands of women to gain control of their nerve power overcome tiredness, nervousness, impatie'rice and irritability. SCOJTS U liquid food free from alcohol. A BawtM, ' 3M I Bl..mflM.Rj. .1 y ir - . .V' ,,- Basket Rejected Since Sales Began;r jjNota Single . Realized In the History of ;v v Burley Tobacco Growiii In This Section r . Farm and Stock- News ld 11 J i . ... Dur-rin- g - VlU,tojrs..ofraintXick,bBfUKhH-KJ- ' hereiMontlny from Ike 1'hlllipn it pMr of more mules for $425 " r Prod lteypolds, near .Wnytitsburj-- r 3W . soliT, n span uf aicd horsolntilcs Iire Moi)day. trt W. II. Iltirton, o LnncBs- - Aberdeen-Angu- s Cattle ,' ror' $200. Southdown Sb-.- p, Duroc to "eV G. Gllllland, of thr Kthft'n Thc'bcst bloodlltitk of each of "thete Mountain sectlonsolrt, n ., Hiflh-ck-Individ- roaiM'nalc hero .Monday to ,Joe (7anp, famous breed-time . Z for 'wIJ fff.lhistohvllle, for $170. L ,, rrop. "N. II. Peel, nnny liofsn buyer'of " Stanford, Kentucky Nlcholnsvill(,fVni! onltf n of naps acre aionuay nicn suited hi"f , j purpose. Up Wucht them fgr $21 ClmrU-OatU. of Danville, gold W." H. Uoonu, sou,thof Stanford. a.l .1 1. .... lay to Jami Cross. otS7r'MHnyr,0,,J9,,r- - ' nlm, Ho Bum ni;iv steers thnt rtv- 'fi,,?,'i ciipton county, n sirnn of yrariimr i crccl about 700roundvnt$0. mnre males, for $106 Wl' Woods. !. of.Stnnfor-1- . sold ' ' .orS Ik i.i '..I- - i .. r... - Ito Jnmcs .Cross., of Clinton eountv. K Farmf t.y Crescent Heights btock ti-r- ti ,t n. K.NDJ -- --- '- -, ;3V '- -. the Week Market Has Been Open, Nearly $100,000 Distributed to the Grpwers ... k-t- : : ui Sold 8,000 pourfils of a v for$I8S. U,(U l ; t....ll r. U. tin- tobnc-coM- v .t !..',! jbPS4llll wVck'-i- t KincnM, oMhU.(itylaM so'ld llJnlhf n"-or'- -. . t- 'irS i ' ' ft V. Y r . r f-.- "- ENTIRE FLOOR AVERAGE THIS WEEK! WAS $18,00 PER HUNDRED: OUNP.$." VIDUAL GROPSr REPORTED BELOW; ARE THE ENTIRE CROP OF EACH . -.. - i SSV:;-' .. GROWER, SHOVVING EVERY BASKET SOLD.' .1 r?? ' m ' - ' I- f- v ' INDI- - V'" i , . . . -- . -- w , ivre'Moiiilny ofljincnstfrVfiru- ti W. .von(--lijrny hnrnrsa ueldinff Tor SU6.V Hij ftleo lipbTto Mr Durton n V.J. hortemuji yrthc wma aire for $160. & K. DudiU-rnr- , of the Gilbert' rreei?;i'octlon,oM'to,W II. frurtoiV thnwd s from La-'thnrn of hw sctln at $3.75 a hun-.of Innrastcr, n fivoycarld-Reldirti- r y Don Vnrrifk forW.' 5'"f1(l!?rn. , Wrn' Dcllorda ytn sireil up a car of mixad rf S2Q.0, bur. Monday ' yi InofcH InthhtVUon of th rnnntv'&f HarrLi Brps., "of Hubble botijiht oflilrMrtu pnj!i- - at fren to 8 ' 1 Jo,h. . J PWhltqhoiijB. of lloyle J.tst near PreacheiivSle, ISJiead aVfmucd 7.50 J ailde.h three line individuals' 11 at 7 cents A pouri.l.-Th..Vlf' ty'ANrfMn.Anirus herd af c-- Ju 9nls a poupd j. NeVm Curtcf . . in on Saturday, Dec in; 1010 and buy n Inrfrc lot in A inUQVjt''rvadiltio. Ilig cnou'eh for tnrden, chickens and cow. Dulld a house o suit ygprself. Brinir your y. lywn viuorn jour cniiuren ''," ran attepd u splendid scheol. 97.3. ...... ,K ,.r i.uunt.-- , mo uiienHifltdC" 1 Stot'K milll. Kill! 11 linll hart JIPjIiT l lo Tom lhipLourK nt VUlu.U.Cliaf-"- ?' for. $30. Mriloone last wJt'nlirl"' .C -- . jir rn:n conic Tir. r nn it - . ffi $360t, . 5 - Jjrj' j 1 CJ A ' .$. i X 1'ij m I- 'fSFI ' ' "7 ; j- - ' te-,U- .' y iha-v-- ftfV.--1" FARMERS FROM ALL COUNTIES SURROUNDING BO.YLE ARE SELLING THEIR CROP ' J ..; - vl ' EVERY- "ON THE,DANVILLE TOBACCO MARKETS "" ' av , ONE YET MET, IS WELL PLEASED i' y t V. 1 : .tn C - fe Simpsonvft Simpson, pi Lincoln there is a tobacco: r S5 pounds nt $13.25 i' count. sold. the following baskets: liovle.'a'Jj'olhimr countios"or in Cen f " . -- r 'j It 50 pounds at ... , S 18.00 Avferage $20.27 '. srrt'rn'f Kvntuckyrthat-liaf- i ovr iloubraf .. pounds at t . .. ' n $20v00 ; ' iJ, the best in tthe DailVjlIc- Mnrket-bein-- :' " . r ....- - ... ;J$J,7.00' "KentlTciYy. that doubt isxcrtaitily re- - 70 pounds nt i 3LwJr.r ' W; M. Hfindrun, of coun'iife S vlinoved now. Never the his'ory or J5 poirndsJit ,."'.. ..""- -: .$13.75 ty, Bold thc foltowlns Gnrrard Wr'f baskets in Dv. ,xit! : 45 pounds i ' " ...A.: $15.00 iv ,A ... 55 pounds at . rt ' litiv mnrket. have such'hii.'li floor iiv- $l(i.25 13 pounds at ..... . $20.50 $18;27 bean maden entire crons, as 190 pounds nt .. t $20.50 215 pounds nt , , ..J.iC .$21.00 -liae been oiaila at ,,the A-Danville J. '.":,. $21,0a .-. J. & W. D. Walker of Oarruvd 235 pouqilal;' . their. o'i)oninjKJjlfc.-4th.- i IV JJUUIIU MuUU 15 , . ' . ... .. bounty" sold the iollowin-,- ' baskets: 300 pounds ill, ,.T... . .. " o.n. nt ,. r. are anv uouin.inir .iiiunuist ; 155 pouiids - --"'"pounds at '" nt ,.. $18.75 -2 .9t-! if .Ti.j-iV.:--:- v.iiiLfifirG J'Rr. pounds nt Slfi 71 JflO '.pounds at .". $19.75 435 pounds JitiWf SIS'.? 5 55 fiolinds at ,. .. .t..A.. f...$20.00. or. i v, 'UUIIIltV .$15.50 ...l.i. 0.00 TT0'i3undsx,nt'tir' x. .W v. -.: ltaVcseen JStsimidy Pr Aft IIUU1II1S nMin,!. -Rrower. "in I :St t '' -. fr'. :, '- - -- .i- " . .. . t p;u7'v'"? i ' ';; ? .t.., -f , Average -- t, ..T; I . i:-- -- ,.rsr?r 'j't -- ..i. ,!,... 1 -- J. 1 ' v 3P' -- ' j ni'Lj-lMWi- .. T ilUtPuWth .Tfrv. ....v th.ohiKn. prices lie ii pounosai 325,.pounds at , w,.-- i L.l 1 . , ......$2150 ' -- -- Average $20.08 .'. 1 ..T. ''.". - 'v" continues tq roll into j 'v . iA.v!nc;nawni'j;LnnTiauHtlf 'SHSaTvi'foniT-fr . 205. poumi?"a't 7"f?.;....r '.. ..r.f2.f.00 the close 115 pound's at- .fh.' .."... $2)'.0b '. ,j. . ih.u- Dan- - a o --pouji'is a t w-- f -r .21.50 $99. nn : ...,. .$2.00 HPl'l P9--- ?,- '- .. . Is-v . . " MTII.1.4.-- j. ..?ifcrlt'm,Kf u p. l.-'twW,"'"-tf w-rjis ) ,7T iw-i-,i-- JVkl n rf ... . .r nUMrny.--witi- s- , Vfeia-vvv a ",' 310 nound- onn nnun.u .,...,.m. ,. W.7t), "Tjr .. 200 130 pounds at" 200 pounds, at 2.J0 kl$5 ' T. Y. Hudson, of Garrard county. ' the following baskets:- - n! $2d.50 ..T .$22.30 J". '... n James A, Croj. of havnRo. ( of tin countyj'an extra fine cow ton county, wtj tuvlbe market forlatnl tnlf nt tt,i imrmi i.r.n.i ,v,iu 'i lib-- l yMifr!MtftiT? neain hfre'MorfTcust- htm J350. nndll-- . nni.i TIBV 'n.a isn ' ...4 rH,w . !ay. Ue bouirht nltoio tl.pr uiKht Col. Crow for a, raairnlflont - yti(t head, paying an average, of $120 AT! uuu rniir. heatl for them v? ..loncs "; Cres- -, .local stpek wejj. -Smitlr old .... r j. .. .. .... .... j.. ii T. Powell, nonrlluntonville . .I.r. 31: hcifun hero Monday to "j , "rjfc 1 - -ili .uiixiii-nujr.yhmvjnchcur, which avcrazoil Jersey calves from W K. Muss, of V6(i piiund-- ; at $0. a hundred; to R.' J,1 lncast.carlyjn ,UAwejiv ..rorF MrGini4Mthey spJtU d9eVi stcen - .' -:. Which he imiil $120 Afl wereTiir-tlha- t . :.. ?2i.oo ... . ti ..in. u" .ti in nun i.iif;iii in Minu a i luncn oi caivcs 10 iom Hum .. ',. $22.50 300 pounds nt '2 7.'. nn incjvrev neni nn is accumulating, nf .inuminn 116 HMiuds-a- t ". S20.00 , hnrn- - K riUiwtriek, neat Hubble, ,irlcc of $22.50 ahead; to M. F.l $18.fi(f soiu in 3i. ji: r.iipaiiK's or. lipyift about; banks, of noyle, they sold aafeh 155 pounds ..ST . X'i io6 pounds nt that I heifers sir.orr n month ko half a do-r- n .. h hundred. i lie lias" Just MeHvcrvil. They nvcrdiH'd "pounds nFt.'fe 5l. 25 '..$10,251 fi00 pounds and sold at 0 cents. To at..t.It.. $10.25 a Jr. Uddes, "of rtoylr, Mr ritzpnt-ric- k Mother Love Aids 130 pounds 'n Jl! $16.76 fold ;12 steers that uvernuod fi50 cents n itound. 110 pounds at.' .. .$10.6,0 pnilnds ut Ml Son, In TreiicKss '.. . W. Calnes, or Crair UivohnV . $19,50' at sol to John M. ( of Trenchers 370 "pounds'at. .. ".. . .,. ..10.25 ville, il, a-s " n bunch of 10 jihoats tluit itvcr IT BRINGS 515 pounds at . ,. . $18.76 'A"V7 JJ-need 100 pounds nt 7 2 oent n STANDING o oo ' --lA" pound last week. T IVrry Hfll p 10.00 Vft-avera- ge Mr. Gnines sold n vial calf for $0, r John Spoonnmrire, who recently Orcc uI.oh IH-I.. -j rented the Finrh farm in tbo East monthm after world, ware Vr., It. A. LaWhon, pfHarrodsbuh-- , Ky.JEnd, 1...1 i.i..... IioukM a nire pair of m:re i.r.'i MMtM1 '.ii laTnTilii i mules, three aiid the In thti ranliS h ono'a sold thjfjoJlowiiiir baskets: nrr other a cominir i from Jl. f the trenches "fitoji$ Tho cold rains .soaked him ta- Gnlnes, 05 pounds' at ..,. . nn.thi f'sfh skiIn; the mudwi:kep,'H'TKS4 195 pounds af K.. m:L .tu.iHi early this week. They cost him $380, no' re.L WoarViand .acklat A ..., 105- - pounds at Everett V Carbon, of, tho ... '$22.00 Kml anl.l a Kriuie.uericen-;iiKUv lUTjnoiner imiiii? 3ioin ' : . Mt. 165 pounds liit . .i .. "...'.. 'a$18.50 S now. Cnsov Htr nskil for ialf to r Bui next ."Oftttr ?, " t pounds-i. .. .. $20.50 last week, for X76 of .J10 Mr. Camon hftshomcA lartyi bif( was imsnanMelr 170 pounds at' ., . $lUi0 his fnrm 'how fully stocked Hth this j sent Jilm" Slid' a fe WSanl catloaa taSV .' ...' 215 pounds at ., , ... $15v75 Tlltlllllll. ""-- . mill ..lei. Unlllk.ln.im I ...I. .L.. I t IV " llTjWll, IIWI Mffi' I 7fi tin'mifls .. . ' "" . ...... nt. -.. $11.50 "vvo nan I'uroc jersey. nojrH, nnti .wfid'tb Sertre, ..j . ' 'n fthapcto supply ull Iiinuircrs;THe shnrM thfat .wonder! 50 pounds, nt . ionn Im.-itloj , " fee, - wToWV 'cTy 2S AJ iT vj V .;. Da-i:X- -- atOh. A .. i'i aven'd-oHndsnLU.-fij- ? i..'. :& SOOt'-poun- re, fl nm i$&& ---- 1 tuii, UJMLr'l d, .$1-7.0- On-lrar- d ,, Wcjrhi-uWtipainiiottrfailma- J : . O-- L r ,"Viii"lllli vise-in- "!- umicasBri 'rei .; 's noi-v nt- I" l J V .C ;! OMMISStb .fttJow are a -- business. f(Av "' - . f nt .( .27D poiVtid8;iit. 1, ,40 riAlirr,i 4fl0..n..n.l i"" . . S1S.75- $18,00" ppumls at poiuuls at po-i- t . . . " - a. it $22.50 $23 SO - - i". $0 X65 , . miylii on- - viie.r.rr',mc--4yo.viuuKHl- ofthq avera-jct':zr'"tcln,inn. t rtfKti.7I v I Aw !? r - En-- !tyt. 4 I 3- 1l - c .J? . rf to.mnrket. - m'jx nV r,.. jsf -- : 40" 'pounds af . !rtw 'uH inr. V"11" "' f h; poum)ir.t 820 ..-- . :A.. . A . .i.. -- . " .,l7 si5.ri0 .9l-.-- f"!-' ! I pouhds at 175,. pounds at-- -" p.....; at . Average.18.16 3h.r) noumU "V, t '.... T TV v .S- T. " J " - , kniPourne.oGarr'nrdCOWlysold .., . vAv"v.v. f "fV i ' i ..CitlOM.. :-- - or M'5 poundi'4t 15 ioiin.1? at ;i30 pounds at . - .toa20 lnds ..?:.$ ...'.' :;.Z;&; Jf sy of " ?" ... .!.... ' .loiijjiiiKi, wciunet un jinu neiivornii .:" ?21K0 to Voweir.anu Kr.ds.' of Hustonvil S2;.l;5 (the-hc- nl of.35 cnttlo, ha cr.jmKed w l.ew "Kills, of Casey 'county, hoI 'item -- ome timo ngo'-- $.7 aud $1 on S2l!00 . . the head.. Tho. beeves' went nvi-- th- ii,uu w cot irf mo loiiovine; oasKeis: r scnlesjrb.ursdny'm?!!, and avor. P 10.56 nt.d'960 rounds It't understood' I. at 'vtr'tli' oriimtl lmycro .iitnel civr fs $10.50 "in" ...... fjjBjOQ .3 ,wnn in tnrtiL mini n. mi ikc ' S : f?0-0l,ounda " old them at a hrdfit 1a Simon wJll . .?20:0Q. jind Son, of .exini-tot Y',"nyii-, ul iu nun llfU Y A,, BUU. Will -- tnrtaoiilrialitliynJvotMinKthemliri,ofttBTAvIth, n . . . bis comrade; lmBi"PTt-3Hgrvfil it was RmIK'mhMK flTVu&atAtlM il.fil Karl rtr.f mam MLto i' Jliurtpnyille nivljlhtarTrsHwAtiom' Uniiorist. "ifi.'T" - ,. 3r. At r ' ' fl5.iound..at.:- ,,?uh1"f!:J-'-l-;&S8- ' . ' J' tm I ; ""' 'AyeragliSl . r4a ;. "i .fA''" ryy , . 'L -", '3H iff pound at 270. popiuls uf -- ii pouni-s.-ai- .. .. . sblrZ t'f ;Jlb Wiicft Si A'rZ U' f rt '& pounds. 4m. pound. 7. : 105 pSmuls-a- V :r4irlczoirTat.nii-" y ?2lJW) fG.TiVhirrr.ls ?.2i;5Tn--poafrf7-;J1.0(- at at -t, .:L.--.' , atfo . l & .$a; h, ..f. '' ,lSJh M""75, tfo.-gfi. : , l' USe tiounds, at '.. .. .. (JtUapbell'ifjlson, ly..TKl"l. Mil." Sprjnf-nejf- r ,'...'. A.... ..$18. 00 .t.$ 15.00 $12.7& $13,25 BAUGHMJ rs : JOIlUWIIlli UU5Clf-. , .C 1(15 Average $18.25 r Ni")'c t'()!"' "HEN :. ... i) 'i -- trriV :Vt . jtZ- poIfrfflsSit. - .:... ...... . $2o:oq m . - u .'.- ,v JT r . . k. ui(o'i,oi.rdsvtvV.. "..'i il FVM1IMB. ' . -' ' rf iier " y J' 1 1.5 T no verage o u.yo J . ,ja '. v' .si:-- 7 TT1-t- ,' .A I X.I11I I - ..7.FA 2i,iBjt;;i. ' . '.af )o - . ilJIO rA.,.,l.'.l at tl U Ir- IB 9h ..nrnU A r m. ' .tftjJ p -- v pkWinoivjV5oJcotyJ soldarhetfbllowWrbasktkUi ". yy'i Wvin it i-v T .i :$i8aiS; jlx. TW .i .3. .simcrr ? l r- 345 nounds 30 'pounds at,,.' nV qdn .IU W (If U .nminild ."f . - w .. 0 ppunds nt i:JJt. . J. .. $20.0bv S2J.'00 if....::....':. i'.iC . pounds-- ' '. j6d . We are nmlong mixed. fetdfor' fn K, rain and fed, proportioned to milk?' H.rtfUi. 4, :. r , ', $10.00, .On ..flUU .$17.50 Ofi H' .... Hpounas'iit a-- - . U .75 .iKi... f ' 85 poyndt100 pounds, 55 pounds- ait - ...- . .,.. . . .....$18,06 " $18.76 $20.00 $16.50 $15.00 MUutMilff In H.I Try (HUM tM- - I WT Average r "t- - $WJ0 "' - af1..... T .. $1.00 f xCrscked wlpMjfc fa' AM far f.n. ...d. o.tW corn,; . .. 220 pounds at rj " at C ,. ' ...... .$26,8Q fBJwpoundslalf rf"-J- . 1 t tK'HrWft lwwAi '.;05M'2ft .livu'',i ? .t,....?..-J!.e- 50'puumis HiJs(-a ill JWVi7".k.lII V rf" ? -- M$8it.M ; t ' lkf TfVHME' fiuy Jlundlcy (t rteeves, of'Hoyje aawnt)Lilt4 iho follqwtni: buskctaV rtO"-- ." Average $17.00 . .rs11 z, . -- feedno wsite h j" l "IrtV - ,!." Httf f - 5s. PHt . ..' a t ,w.v..y:-,.Un- WW , :"-- uy pwy - QvlyvSv- ....j...'.j.'....$lC.2Mcountv. ' - ?jfr .. ljmM iJiJJk.r-."V'r-.M"--' v "II-J'B- i. W. F. Rocert and.Covla. of Casav solfl TurJav 470S luiuml. iof lokitco at tb Uch of J. H. BAUGHMA.Jk COMh wiMMBh irrr. riirtrv r "WI i . $18.2.8 6f $18.90 th. hunlrtJ.' -W vria ' c ?SWr HJWUHT V ij fcCSiJ. ia:.tL . ? v"-- .. . . a. .' "Tl, . v vi. . ' f1r 1 :,. j. i .- -