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No. Held To Grand Jury 101 Stanford, Lincoln" Cpunty,?Kentucky, Si? rv iiv: ' yit T W Friday, December 22, 1916. Tuesdays and Fridays Gifts Big Business In Cuba i2leJji? LINCOLN TOBACCO SELLS WELL K. Nice A number of Lincoln county tobacco growers rushed their weed to Strong Evidence Introduced Against the Danville market Thursday after. Lodge Plans Delightful Entertainment By Virginia Governor After Serving For Eleven Cumberland Phone Co.'s Is Being Done From Lexington By Sentence Former Lincoln County Man Half of Employes In Lincoln County On Night of December 39th. the rain and "season" of Wednesday "Big Foot" John and Wednesday night. Splendid prices A dispatch from Richmond, Va., Notwithstanding the fact that he were received by all. Jack Beazley The Knights of ,Pythiaslpdge of Jesse F. Cook, formerly of this Stanford's eight and Crab Orchard's Wednesday, said: Governor Stuart three employes of the Cumberland county, and now proprietor of the had admitted to Chief of Police B. D. sold 2,000 pounds at an average of Stanford will give a banqujt to its Carter, when first arrested, that he $17.75 net; Col. S. T. Harris' tobacco. members and the Grand Ixitlge off- today granted a Christmas pardon to Telephone and Telegraph Company Cook Farms, of Lexington, continues 5,200 pounds netted him $18.15;! had struck Mitchell Dotson, the Leek Logan, a Kentuckian, serving to do a large business with rich Cu cattle man, in Macksville sev- Jim Woods sold three loads, averaging icers on the night of DeceroiTer 29th. an eighteen-yea- r term in the Virginia will participate in the distributing of $18.09; Dr. Hugh Reid sold 6,000 Arrangements were set jn'foot at penitentiary for dynamiting a dwell- the $6,000,000 bonus announced by ban buyers. The Lexjngton Leader eral weeks ago. "Big Foot" John or Kennedy which is said to pounds at an $18 average; J. rank the regular lodge meeting4ast night. ing in Wise county, Virginia, with in- Theodore N. Vail, president of the said last week: Rudolph Rojas, who be the negro's real name -- flatly de- Smith averaged $18 with part of his It is planned to make the event a de- tent to kill. Logan left his afternied it when placed upon his examin- crop, and J. Nevin Carter sold his lightful social affair in jPythianism noon for Danville, Ky., where he ex- Bell system, according to J. E. Jor- owns an extensive cattle ranch; Thos. ing trial before County Judge James tailings at $15. Going some. with a number of prominent 'and elo- pects to spend the remainder of his dan, local manager of the company. Towns, a progressive planter and P. Bailey in county coui't Thursday quent speakers on the program. The days with several of his children. He The money will be in the nature of stockman, and R. F. Kendall, manamorning. The evidence against tfig LUTES NOW AT LEBANON banquet will be held in the, old I. O. has been in ill health for some time, a donation to the employes of the ger of the Rolando Fruit Company all pr;vnt floloman Lutes, nf the IT. O. F. hall. .root" was so strong, noweyer, wai and it is the belief of the prison sur- system "whose margin between in- of Holquin, Cuba, who have been in '; ' Rev. Joseph Severance, of. Frank- geon that he cannot live very long. S. army, has been transferred from was Louisville to Lebanon, where he now fort, an old Stanford boy, however, This was the principal reason clem- come and necessities is small" ac- Lexington for the pas!- week, have jury under $350 bond, unable to give, so will spend Christ- has charge of the recruiting station. and without a peer in the state as a ency was extended. Another reason cording to the announcement of Pres- made the folio .Ing purchasas of the mas in jail. son of Mr. and Mrs. John toastmaster, has agreed to'act in was that he had made an excellent ident Vail. Only employes of the com- Cook farms: Mr Rojas bught a few Chief Carter had worked up a Lutes is a Stanford, and has made a that capacity, while among the speak- prisoner, serving as trusty most of pany of a year's duration will share head of fine sheep, the Lutes, of strong case against the negro and aphe has been a ers who will be heard will be Hon. the time. According to the story he parently "has the goods" on him suf- splendid record since Sam's fighting Rodman W. Keenon, of Harrodsburg, told at the prison, Logan dynamited in the bonus, and the amount will be saddle stallion, MacDonald Boy No. member of Uncle ficient to "send him over the road" force. a mark of recognition of now Clerk of the Court of Appeals at the house in Wise county because he equivalent of three weeks' pay in the 5S82 by MacDonald Chief No, 1451, for a good long stay. Messrs. Green his goodAsservice, he was placed on Frankfort; Jugde C. A. Hardin, of believed its occupants had cheated nature of the Christmas present. Ap- dam King's Girl, by King, and the Gooch, of Waynesburg and R. L. HuN gelding, Beauty Boy, by is under- - Harrodsburg and R. H. Tomlinson, of him out of it. No one was killed, proximately 13,000 employes of the hle, of this city, for whom Jotson recruiting duty, where, it 1uite suc" Lancaster. though several were severely hurt. system in Kentucky will ,he .s already bee" Dandy Jim 11., dam Black Beauty 11., share in the worked in the cattle business, say that'st0!? Logan had finished about half of his "J1 a?!L;a and three other Cuban gaitcd gel they will see that ample legal talent distribution of the $6,000,000. time when he was pardoned. TO IMPROVE PHONE PLANT X;"XJ' is employed that the regro will "get j ?""V. lliaivu "JVT ?" i visit ncic uuwiij; me J. A. Sullivan, district superintendThe announcement was made to dings; Mr. Towns bought the iu all that is coming to h;m Christmas holidays the Kentucky employes by D. F. Turn-bul- l, old registered Percheron stallion, Maent of the Cumberland Telephone & Sam Helm, a local negro, was one general manager of the Ken-tuc- k jor, and a pair of fancy of the strongest witnesses against DOUBLE WEDDING RUMORED Telegraph Company, with headquarters at Frankfort, was here Thursday "Big Foot." He iestit". J that he saw division, with headquarters in registered jack, Kentucky Colonel, Mrs. J. C. Rinehart, of Louisville, yearling mules and News comes from the West End with local Manager J. E. Jordan, inDotson with sorie sort him hit Louisville. He said that Kentucky's and thirty-fiv- e club and then run away. .Helm said that a double wedding will take place specting the local office. He announc- returned home Sunday after a pleas- share mules. These young fifteen of the $6,000,000 bonus would ed that a crew will soon be sent here, that Dotson was backing off from the next Sunday afternoon at Moreland, among which will be James Trib-bl- ant visit to her mother, sisters and be about $45,000. The money will be mules are the first that have been P negro at the time he was struck. when a son and daughter of Mr. and brother here. shipped out of Kentucky to Cuba. The of this city, for the purpose of Baughman, also colored, tes- Mrs. W. L. Shepperson will be united Pearl Mrs. Bose Alexander, of Owenton, distributed this week, it is said. animals in this shipment cost about tified that "Big Foot" had told her in marriage with a daughter and son overhauling the local lines and putting is visiting her sister, Mrs. Flem Jones. them shape. All lines first that he was the one who hit Dotson. of Mr. and Mrs. James Southerland. within inthe city class to be covered, $10,000. These gentlemen are extenMORRIS GOGGIN are it Mrs. Alexander has just returned Nannie Hardin, clore.l. saiu he fdd The contracting parties are Mr. Burl is sive planters and stockmen of Orien-t- e said, the only exposed wires being from California, where she visited her Shepperson, of Parksville, and Miss Harry Goggin and Miss Elsie Morher the same thing. province. All were very much pleas"Pie" Coffey, the colored assistant Nelma boutherland, of Moreland, and the toll lines. The Cumberland is brothers, Holdam Kilburn and Car- ris, both of Hubble, drove up to the ed with the Bluegrass country and Bailev's Garaire, said he asked i Mr. Sid Southerland. of Moreland committed to a policy to give its pa- penter Stewart. at Methodist parsonage at the above "Big Foot" about it and that he told and Miss Ethel Belle Shepperson, of trons the best service possible" and the intend to make annual importations Mrs. Logan Stephenson, of local end oi the management is carmentioned place and were united in him that struck Dotson but that nojPaducah. thoroughbred livestock from Kenrying it out to the best of its ability. j is with her father's faniily, W. marriage by the pastor. The couple of one saw him do it. tucky. This shipment is being routed $ Chief Carter told about bringing' POSTOFFICE WILL BE OPEN R. Gaines for a short visit. endeavored to keep the affair secret & Nashville, and Kennedy from Lebanon, where he School Miss Delphia Newland, who has but to no avail. The interested ones over the Louisville was caught, and of his confession' Postmistress Mary .Bruce announ-tha- t been with Mrs. Albert Newland some kept a constant lookout for them and the Florida East Coast railroads. The ces that for the convenience of the he had hit Dotson. cars will go through to Holquin with(By John Reid McKinney) Kennedy was put on the stand in patrons of the office, the postoffice time went to Rowland Tuesday to vis- it was impossible to deceive them out change. The Mozart Club is studing Wag- it Mr. and Mrs. Owsley Newland. attorney, G. will be kept open on Sunday from 7 his own defense bv his even by the couple coming a different T). Florence, and flatlv denied what to 12, and on Monday, Christmas ner's operas at the present time and The Cook Farms, of Lexington, on Mrs. W. E. Perkins has been suf- route, so quite a crowd welcomed Day, the witnesses for the commonwealth great from 7 to 12.to This will be a the club's capable president, Miss fering with a severe them at the parsonage on their arri- Saturday, Dec. 15thj shipped to New convenience attack of throat val. Mr. Goggin is a young the many who had testified to. He denied that he York City, the jack, struck Dotson; denied that he had are using the mails during the Nellie Wilson Hill favored the school trouble but is better. He has rented the Swope place in the Kentucky King. This is holidays. an unusually with a talk Wednesday morning, durwalked ou the railroad and caught a Christmas Mr. John Stephenson, of Cincin- Hubble neighborhood. We are confi s, ing chapel exercises. Her subject was nati, will spend, the holidays with hi? dent that with his experience and en- fine jack and is for the export to freight train out of town, but said he caught it right in town. ergy not many years will transpire Danish West Indies. This makes based on the club's last lesson, "The arents, Mr. and Mrs. George StephenAttorney T. J. Hill, Jr.. acted for until he will be one of the leading the total exports for the Cook Farms, Flying Dutchman." "The Spinning son. County Attorney W. S. Burch, who farmers of the community. Miss Mor- in this week about $11,000. Rev. K. G. Martin filled his ap- Chorus" from the same opera was givis still confined to his rooms. Mrs. Will Condor went to Bedford, ris is the daughter of Mr. D. B. Morpointment here Saturday evening and en on the Victrola and it was not on Ir i . this week to be at ilie bei-idris, a successful farmer. She dees SAW PLAY AT LANCASTER Sunday. Rev. Martin has been called ly entertaining but highly instructive. of a little nephew, who is quite sick. not assume the position of a farmei' News of the Churches wife inexperienced, having been the Prof, and Mrs. W. C. Wilson, Prof. as pastor for the coming year. Miss Hill performed, her part in a He is the son of Will Reynolds. chief reliance of her father and bro W. R. Todd, Misses Elizabeth Farra All should hear S. D. Gordon Dec. Mr. Theodore Austin and wife have very creditable manner and we hope Mrs. Phil Pettus of iJai'!tn .vas ihe thers for years past. Mr. Goggin could 1st to Jan. 4th. Four afternoons in and Elizabeth Hunn, Mrs. J. H. Woner and H. F. Bailey motored to returned from Indianapolis, to be the other members of the club will favor guest of Mr. and Mrs Will Fi ttus this hardly have selected a better help- the Presbyterian church and five mate. The Hubble neighborhood con- nights in the Christian church. Lancaster Tuesday night to see the guests of their parents and friends us in a similar manner. week. gratulate them and hope for them a play "Bibi" presented by Mrs. Todd's here Yesterday morning at a little past Presbyterian Church, Sunday, Dec. Mr. and Mrs. HenrBrooks and ba- hanpy and prosperous future. Confor a few weeks. expression pupils of the Lancaster 24 Sunday School at 9:55; Christnine a good deal of smokwrs notic- by, of Lebanon Junction, have been tributed. Graded and High School. The LancasMiss Maud S.ims h:is returned home mas service 11; C. E. Meeting at 6:30 ter Record said: "The play was in the from Stanford, where she has been ed in the building and it was thought with Mrs. Daisy Hunt. and Evening service at 7 o'clock. form of a Doll Shop and the 'Hand- for a while. at first that there might be a fire ONE PAPER NEXT WEEK Rev. Wyatt preached his farewell Services at the Christian church some Men' and 'Beautiful Girls' playin the building. Mr. Wilson, who was sermon at the Baptist church Sunday In accordance with its usual cus- Sunday, Dec. 24th, as usual. ed their part to perfection which goes Mr. Fred McGuffey has returned holding a geometry class in his office will issue but one paper Rev. W. D. Welburn will preach at night, as the Christian church was tom, the I. J.Christmas Week. It will to show that they were well to Carthage, 0., where he has been at at the time stopped the recitation next week, for undergoing repairs and the Baptist bear the Tuesday's date and be is- Logan's Creek church, Sunday afterand their instructor, Mi's. Todd, and work. a while and began an investigation. brethren kindly invited him to use sued probably Wednesday, reaching noon at 2:30. the members of the play deserve much At the Methodist church. Sunday credit for the manner in which they Mr. Eugene Austin has returned The seat of the trouble proved to be their church. It is with deep sciow country subscribers Thursday morn- School at 9:30; Preaching at 10:45. so graciously presented the play." home from Carthage, 0., to spend the only a discarded handkerchief which we give him up. Besides being instru ing. Special music. Epworth League at some one had thrown in a waste bas-b- mental in bringing many into the 6 :30 ; Preaching at 7 p. m. PAINT --LICK COUPLE WED HERE holidays with homefolks. CINCINNATI STOCK. MARKET '. " attractive voung couple of and when the ashes were raked church and getting both church and Mr. Wesley Sims is able to be out Rev. M. D. Early, pastor of the Hogs Receipts 6,500 head: active p - i;,.ic came to Stanford Wedagain after an attack of rheumatism. out of the furnace it emerged and Sunday school in fine working ovler, packers and butchers $10.40(5)10.60; '.Baptist church preached the dedica- nesday and were united in wedlock's oi a new captist cnurcu 1' !: he was foremost in the move for the common to choice $7.50(0)9.65; pigs tor wniuey Liiy, Mr. Ray Richard is expected home caused much smoke. nds by Rev. P. L. Bruce, at iucreary oumy. It has been announced in chapel by Sunday School rooms which with the and lights $7.25 10.1 5. Cattle the Presbyterian manse. They were from Carthage, O., to spend the holiReceipts 1,400 head; dull; steers Miss Sallie B. Woods, the pretty and Mi'. Wilson that school will dismiss furnace for heating add greatly to heifers $5.50(a10; $5.50S.25; cated at Science Hill. Pulask;, the accomnlished daughter of Ernest! days with home folks. Thursday afternoon and not take up the comfort of the church. He and his cows $4.60 7; calves slow. Sheep dedicatory sermon of which was Mr. Arnold Sims is also expected Woods, a prominent resident of that E. Brvnn. until Tuesday week, which gives a bride are taking with them tho good Receipts 600 head; steady; lambs preached by Rev. O.evangelistic vho section, and R. W. Estridge. a well home. serhas just concluded steady, $8.50 13. very nice vacation for Christmas. known young business man there. A will, love and esteem of the whole vices at the church here. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wall has reA new rule has been put into effect host of friends extend heartiest conturned to Indianapolis, having been at the school. Now, during the dinner church and in commending them to gratulations. Bee BRYAN AT SOMERSET their work for the church in Ocala, called here on account of the illness recess everyone has to remain in their Fla., we feel that our loss is but the Before going to Louisville Dec. 28, CHILD SAVED BY NURSE of his mother. W. M. Scott has been on the sick to deliver his speech at the banquet room and eat their dinners in their gain of that church. News comes from Danville tl '". Rev. K. G. Martin was the guest of own seats. little Nancy Huudlev, dajghte- - i.i After ten or fifteen minuof the Democratic Forward League, Joe King, son of Pate King, of this list but is better. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hundley, on the B. W. McGuffey Saturday night. Mr. Mack Stringer was down last the peerless William Jennings Brytes a second (long sounds and then the place was accidentally shot while out Harrodsburg pike, narrowly escaped Miss Neta McGuffey was the welSunday from an will speak at Somerset on the evburning to death when her clothes comed guest of Miss Cordia Linth-cu- pupils are allowed to go out and take hunting this week. A colored boy, Saturday night and s Crab Orchard. exercise. ?ome caught fire from an open grate. ening of Wednesday, Dec. 27th, at named Mullins" fired into a covey Sunday. playing by the grate and did Mr. Nelce Sparks says he has his the opera house. His subject will be quail just as Joe and brother, Gran of Mr. Ed Griffin and family have discover the fire, but the nurse, Xmas and is King stepped from behind a bunch of house done and ready for "Lessons of the War." It is expected was standing nearby, saw it, pkk--moved back to this community. We to see Santa. trees, also intending to shoot at the up the little girl, tossed her in a bed are glad to have them. that a great crowd will greet him at Mr. Elbert Elder took a rabbit the Pulaski capital. ' and smothered the flames. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Murphy have birds. The negro aimed low or the j There will be a Xmas tree at the hunt last week during the big snow. taken charge of their store at Hubble. shot would have been fatal for Joe. Richards schoolhouse Saturday, Dec. ChiThere will be a Sunday Christmas Dr. Harmon attended him and while Mr. Elder had only gotten a short dis- STIFF, SORE MUSCLES RELIEVED 23 at 2 o'clock. Everybody invited to Cramped muscles or soreness fol- a painful wound, it is not serious. No tance from the house when a large come and bring presents for their tree at the Methodist church here. Mr. D. B. Morris and wife have re blame whatever was attached to the grey fox jumped up. He shot it. Its j lowing a cold or case of grippe are friends. Santa Claus will be there and turned from south Geoi-gia- , thought shooting as neither party knew of the hide measured 48 inches. eased and relieved by an application The Type Used in One Year to Pub- - a good time is expected. J. R. Taylor, of Crab Orchard, has of Sloan's Liniment. Does not stain ish Endorsements of Doan's by some of their friends to be a wed others presence. Kidney Pills ding trip, but it was merely a busi There will be a union Xmas tree employed his brother, Morris to help the skin or clog the pores like mussy Constipation Makes You Dull Of the many kidney remedies on him in the store. ointments or plasters and penetrates the market today, none other is recThat draggy, listless, oppressed ness trip for they have been married at the Baptist church and Santa Mr. A. L. Scott has been visiting quickly without rubbing. Limber up ommended like Doan's Kidney Pills. feeling generally results from consti- several months. On February the 21st will be there sure. Broughton-towForty .thousand benefited people pation. The intestines are clogged and Mr. Morris and Mrs. Lillie Holtzclaw Mi's. Robert Thompson has been his brother, J. W. Scott at your muscles after exercise, drive out gladly testify in the newspapers of drove to Danville and were married quite sick for several days. the pains and aches of rheumatism, hundred the blood becomes poisoned. Relieve their own towns. Forty-fiv- e by the judge there. They then went The coldest weather we have known neuralgia, lumbago, strains, sprains American newspapers publish this this condition at once with Dr. King's Lingering Coughs Are Dangerous to Hustonville and spent the night for some time, leaving two deep proof of Doan's merit. The type used New Life Pills; this gentle, and bruises with Sloan's Liniment. Get rid of that tickling cough that in one year to tell this wonderful laxative is quickly effective. with Mrs. W. H. Rigney and Mrs. snows has been holding everything keeps you awake at night and drains Get a bottle today. At all Druggists, story would make a solid column of Morris remained a week with her its own way and making people in25c. metal twice as high as the world's A dose at bedtime will make you feel cousin and then returned to the deed glad that they are no farther your vitality and energy. Dr. King's highest mountain. Placed end to end brighter in the morning. Get a bothome of her father, W. H. Under north than this with coal high and New Discovery is a pleasant balsam STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING the lines of type would reach from tle today at your Druggist, 25c. antiseptic, laxative and remedy, New York to Chicago. These miles of wood where she stayed until she ac- scarce. The annual meeting of the stockgood words told by 40,000 tongues companied Mr. Morris south. That every reader of the Interior promptly effective. It soothes the ir- holders of the People's Bank of Hussound glad tidings to any Stanford We are expecting wedding every Journal may have the pleasure the ritated membrane and kills the cold tonville will be held at its office in sufferer who wants relief from kidHustonville on January 9, 1917 at Wednesday in the Hubble vicinity for Yuletide affords is our wish. To those germs; your cough is soon relieved. De 10 o'clock. J. W. Hoskins, Cashier. ney and bladder ills. Here's a Stanford case. Don't experiment. Use the Having decided to quit farming, I the remainder of the year. 101-twho so kindly have written their grat- lay is dangerous get Dr. King's New remedy endorsed bv people you know. will on itude for our Crab Orchard letters we Discovery at once. For nearly fifty Mrs. W. H. Hill, E. Main St., TUESDAY, DEC. 26, 1916 remedy THE LESSON IN INDIANA Stanford, says: "I do not hesitate to beginning at 10 o'clock a. m., at the Winter Brings Colds To Children wish to say it has given us as much years it has been the favorite In Indiana the liquor interests forccroup, cough and colds. A child rarely goes through the pleasure to write, as it has you to for grippe, endorse Doan's Kidney Pills. I and Goodknight farm, one mile from others in my family have been bene- Stanford, on Danville pike, sell to the whole winter without a cold, and ev- read them. Especialy' do we think of Get a bottle today at your Druggist, ed a wet plank into the platform in spite of the protest of Democratic fited by this medicine. I felt run highest bidder the following described ery mother should have a reliable Muskogee, Okla., Long Beach, Cal., 50c. down and tired out and had dizzy property: leaders, and then, after having disspells and headaches. Two good work horses; one pony; remedy handy. Fever, sore throat, Ensley, Ala., and Texas friends when There were graced the party by their insolent STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING pains and soreness and a dull ache one filly colt; four good Jersey cows, tight chest and croupy coughs are we are writing. To one and all we exThe annual meeting of the stock- domination of it, they proceeded to across my back. Another of the family one fresh and one will be in a few sure symptoms. A dose of Dr. Bell's tend best wishes and hope our Jourused Doan's Kidney Pills with so days' 24 head yearling cattle: seven holders of the National Bank of Hus- throw their spport to the Republican much benefit I tried them and they calves, mostly black; three sows and Pine Tar Honey will loosen the nal will continue to give you infor- tonville will be held at its office in party. Indiana went Republican on soon relieved the backache and put 'pigs; about 40 barrels of corn; one phlegm, relieve the congested lungs mation of your loved ones here. Tuesday, January 9, president, senators, congressmen and Hustonville, my kidneys in good order." jgood two-horwagon; one mowing and stop the cough. Its antiseptic 1917 for the election of directors state ticket. rnce ouc. at aa aeaiers. Don tj machine; one riding cultivator; one pine balsams heal and soothe. For In Spoons, and the transaction of such other The Democrats of the nation may simplv ask for a kidney remedy get! horse cultivator; turning plow; double croup, whooping cough and chronic Kidney Pills the same that. shovel; new section harrow; one old Doan's assort- business as may come before them. well profit by the lesson taught in etc., I Mrs. Hill had. Foster-Milbur- n Co., style disc harrow; one one bronchial troubles try Dr. Bell's Pine 98-tIndiana. The liqudr interests have no J. H. Hocker, Cashier. Props., Buffalo, N. Y. 101-- 1 corn sheller; one good saddle; one Tar Honey. At all Druggists, 25c. politics: they use the nartv that best hay frame ; rubber tire buggy and ; 96-- 6 T ovrvQcf lii-tJew;elry NOTICE. having sav- - harness; good set wagon harness; crMA .serves their nurnose. and thev east 'it' Depositors' Twenty women and children were ings accounts in the First National plow gear; some household goods and burned 'to death in a fire which des aside through Banlf, are hereby notified that the' other things too numerous to Muel- - j thought when wouId with it. 'They troyed tfye Kansas Masonic home at Mrs. J. D. McMillan. 45. was found . Hughes for this six months is now tion. J. T. LIVINGSTON, Stanford, Wichita at ah early hour .'this dead in bed Tuesday at her home in 96.--6. " W J. BRYAN, in The Commoner. "'" 101-- 1 to their credit. Ky., R. F. D. No. 2. the Mt. Hebron section of Garrard. leif S JeVvTelry P.'s To Hold Banquet Danville Man Pardoned 18-Ye- ar Jfff 2 Christmas Way-nesbu- rg En-piem- an ! Tu? - L3lJS I Crab Orchard. fa e, I May-woo- d, High Notes J fai-me- r. five-year-o- ld An-tigu- New Salem e et ;- sei-mo- n 1 Lick m Sh.-wa- v-h- nt Hubble. Would Connect cago With New York ! n. non-gripi- ng PUBLIC SALE d. se sub-soile- r; solid silver have a large ment. W. H. Mueller's Store. d. A rf men-intere- st " gold Lavallieres at Store. w P l?--i . . The Interior journal, Stanford, Kentucky1. I Friday, December 22, 1916 Your Friends ARE Come for Your Present Look Where Yon Please Then come to us and you will buy. We will sell you everything a boy or man wears Sox, Garters, Underwear, Shoes, Shirts, Ties, Collars, Collar Buttons, Cuff Buttons, Stick Pins, Coats, Vests, Trousers, Overcoats, Raincoats, Hats, Caps, Overalls, Sweaters, Gloves, Umbrellas and Walking Canes. JOINING We invite YOU to join our Christmas Savings Club and be one of the happy throng who will receive checks from "Santa" next Christmas ENROLL NOW Don't put it off and off until too late. Start right now, while it is on your mind. member... When the checks are Just make the first deposit and you are a distributed you will be delighted and will enjoy full-fledg- ed For the Women Dress Shoes $6.50 to $2. Umbrellas with sterling silver and gold plated detachable handle, so you can put in your trunk or suit case, at $10, $7.50 and $5. Cheaper ones, $3.50 to $1. A VERY MERRY, XMAS Because you will have money to make your relations and friends happy r.j MAKE A SMALL DEPOSIT WEEK- LY AND YOU WILL BE SURPRISED HOW FAST AND HOW WILL EASY YOUR ACCOUNT GROW. A few cents every week will keep your payments. . . For the Men and Women . ::::::: You'll ' never miss the money! Everybody welcome. Let the children join and enjoy the Christmas spirit. Leather Hand Bags, $12.50 to $5. Leather Suit Cases, $15 to $5. Trunks and Steamers. Don't wait until Friday and Saturday to buy everybody will be rushed then buy today when you cati take your time and get just what suits you. THE Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD, KENTUC KY McRoberts & Bailey Neuralgia Pains Yield Quickly OYSTERS, celery, cranberries, STOCKHOLDERS' HUNDREDS FIND SLOAN'S LINIMENT SOOTHS THEIR ACHES The shooting tearing "pains of neuralgia and sciatica are quickly relieved by the soothing external application of Sloan's Liniment. Quiets the nerves, relieves the numbness feeling, and by its tonic effect on the nerve and muscular tissue, gives immediate relief. 3iniTic T.inimpnr. is cleaner and easier to use than mussy plasters and ointment and does not clog the pores. Just put it on it penetrates. Kills pain. You will find relief in it from rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatica, stiff neck, toothache, etc. For strains, sprains, bruises, spots, Sloan's Liniment quickly reduces the pain. It's really a friend of the whole family. Your druggist sells it in 25c, 50c. and $1.00 bottles. black-and-blue jit. w& J 1 please a large part of the people, who removed by him. In other words, it believe that the trouble is not so much means more fat political jobs and Proprietor with the system of taxation, as it is more patronage and another heavy Editor and S. M. Sauflkt, with useless extravagance and expen- burden on the already suffering tax Entered at the postcffioe at Stanford, Ey., commission clots mail matter. second ditures in conduct of state affairs, payers of the State. This is given the most extraordinary which necessitate collection of the powers. They take the place of the Subscription Rates maximum amount of taxes obtainable j State Board of Equalization and the J'52 Both issues a wceK, per year 1.00 to support the state government. Twice a week, for 8 months State Board of Valuation and Assess? Twice a week, for 6 months Most of the daily papers want the ment and also the State Railroad .40 Twice a week, for 3 months 1.00 Once a week, cither issue, per year and the law. Commission in the valuation of the to all; pa- special session called Subscriptions are for which it is paid, is up passed. The big dailies, however, often per stops when time railroads. They are given the right reflect largely the sentiment of the to examine the books, accounts and Political Announcements. moneyed interests of the cities, who partnerships, anThe Interior Journal is authorized to sub- conceal as much of their property j papers of individuals, nounce the following candidates for office companies, associations and corporaject to the Democratic primary the first Sat- from taxation now as is possible, and tions for the purpose of assessment urday in August, 1917. (Announcement fee offor each county office is $10; for district No are certainly not desiring the enact- and taxation. They are given the fice, $15; for city or magisterial office $5. announcement will be made until fee is paid ment of any law that will compel them right to visit any county in the State to pay more taxes. On the other hand, with traveling expenses paid out of in advance.) For Sheriff with their wealth concealed largely in the State Treasury and may summon J. H. LIVINGSTON. stocks, bonds, notes and other prop- county assessors to Frankfort with M. S. BAUGHMAN. erty that is difficult for an assessor expenses paid by the counties. They S. DRYE. W. For County Judge to find, they naturally prefer to see have the right to order the assessM. F. NORTH. farming lands, livestock and property ment of a county increased to whatT. A. RICE which cannot be hidden from the tax- ever sum they may deem fair and For Representative ing authorities, bear the major por- - just. In other words, with this law in H. G. SKILES. tion of the support of the govern- - effect, the Tax Commission could ment. Do We Want A Special order the supervisors of Shelby counAll this talk about a new tax lav ty to increase the assessments on difLegislative Session and j A New Tax Law? bringing property such as stocks, ferent classes of property to certain bonds,, notes etc. "out of hiding"' for amounts, leaving the details arriving The Chambers of Commerce of j may sound good to some at this result in the discretion of the Lexington and Louisville, as well as (taxation, people, but the owners of these same county supervisors. many of the big manufacturers and etc., are the prinThe second bill proposed fixes the property owners of those cities are stocks, bonds, notes, cipal ones who are asking for a new State levy at 40 cents on the $100, legisurging the governor to call the tax law, and just how then health exempts agricultural implements and lature in special session, to adopt a ; will improve by tax payments on tvhat machinery used in manufacturing new tax law for Kentucky. Not being many of them right at present hav-- j from all except the State rate ; makes an expert on taxation, the I. J. is away, is hard for a runot prepared to say, but a special safely hidden ral rooster back here "in the bushes" session of the legislature is bound to May be; may be not. Anyway, FAMILY AVOIDS cost $100,000, and the question is to see. while the big dailies; and the big comwhether a new tax law will be worth such an extra expense. Whatever kind mercial organizations of the cities bond SERIOUS SICKNESS of a law is passed is not going to representing largely stock and special session owners are urging the and the new tax law, it might be well to notice what some of the country By Being Constantly Supplied W;ii papers, representing farmers, land owners and live stock men, who canThedford's Black-Draugold not hide their property from any sort r-Cproposition. is usually found through the prompt of taxation think of the The News published at Shelbyville, in McDuff, Va. "I suffered for severa mildly laxative, administration of a dispersive tonic one that will scatone of the biggest and most prosper- years." says Mrs. I. B. Whittaker. c ter the inflammation, remove the ous farming counties of Kenucky, .his place, "with sick headache, ant waste, and help Nature to build up takes a slightly different view of the stomach trouble. resistance. tn situation from the city dailies. In a Ten years ago a friend told me to did I That Tonic. recent issue it said of the matter: Thedford's it to be the best which mediis and 1 found family The Tax Commission composed of cine for young and old. Its action is prompt, usually very effective, and its use is without harmI keep ht three Senators and four Representaon hand all tin ful effects . Every household should tives, appointed, by Gov. Stanley as lime now, and when my children feel r keep it at handfor this purpose, and for dose, and i the result of a joint resolution passed 'ittle bad, they ask me thanaany medicine every catarrhal sufferer should regdoes them more good by the last General Assembly, has they ever tried. ularly use this reliable remedy. completed its work and has placed form willbe found very The tablet We never have a long spell of sickconvenient. A tablet or two at the before the Governor three bills seek- ness in our family, since we commencec very beginning of a cold will freing to change the tax laws of the using quently prevent its development, Thedford's is State, the adoption of which is urged vegetable, and has been found to purelye and these tablets may be taken regrcgu-'atbeneficial results. ularly with at the earliest possible date. weak stomachs, aid digestion, reThe first of the three measures lieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea, Manyprefer creates a permanent State Tax Com- headache, sick stomach, and similar theliquidform symptoms. mission of three members to sit which for nearly constant use for It been half a century has and draw salaries of $4,000 than has years, inand has benefited more 70 more been tbo reliance each annually. It provides for assist- ihan a million people. of the American ants and traveling expenses not to Your druggist sells and recommends Home. Both are good. Price only 25c. Get a exceed $20,000 annually. Other iny. Your druggist can n. c m. including equipment of of- Package cidentals supply you. stationery, printing, etc., will 20-Yefices, ar FARM LOANS The easily add another $10,000, which PERUNACO. will bring the total cost to the State in sums of $2,000 or more. No loan fee charged. Phone or Write of $42,000 to $45,000 annually. The members of the commission are apD. A. THOMAS . Okio pointed by the Governor and can be Lancaster, Ey. The Interior Journal The annual meeting of the stockGet Your reserved seats for the holders of the Crab Orchard BankW. C. T. U. play early. On sale at the ing Company for the purpose of elect101-- 1 Lincoln Pharmacy. ing directors for the year 1917 and GROCERIES. A little cheaper ness as may legally come before it than the rest sell them. Fruits, can- will be held at the bank on Tuesday, dies and nuts for Xmas. E. C. WalJanuary 9th, 1917. H. G. Skiles, 100-ton. 101-Cashier. 2. 2. at Farris'. MEETING 100-- 2 for the tranaction of such other busi- ! ; ..... I FIREWORKS. For all kinds of fireworks for Xmas call on Craig Fish at P. Long's at Toll gate house 101-- 1 on Lancaster pike. FOR RENT House of (5 rooms, recently occupied by Hugh Noe; for rent for year 1917; possession at 90-tonce. A. T. Nunnelley. f , Faithful Friends xrrt oatp a r: -- Mitchell touring car; 40 horse power; taken now. Bailey Garage Co.. Stan101-2ford. p. A FULL line of Rochester ware and wood tea trays for Xmas pres101-- 1 ents at W. H. Higgins'. vh m mm imiM m GE3 i FIREWORKS FOR SALE Saturday and Monday. Will have all kinds on sale, just out side of city limits.in H house of Dr. John Cook, in the rear of his residence. I have arranged to I have a man there to supply your wants. C. F. Garnett. 10 1 p. 1-- ia 1 -- .AV l Am' ! $83S3 iV L- Z4T w m - I' Quick Relief- -, ht. mortgages subject only to the State tax, except mortgages for longer than three years will be subject to a recording tax of 25c on the $100. Requires banks or trust companies to record transfer of notes or bonds and provides fine and imprisonment for failure. The third bill provides for a State tax of 10c on each $100 of bank deposits and relieves deposits of all county and city taxes. Requires banks to furnish names of depositors and amount on deposits to credit of each on Sept. 1st. The second and third bills will require time to study out their provisions and the probable effect of the changes. The first bill creating the commission is certain to arouse strong opposition. Before the new laws can become effective they must be passed by the General Assembly in special or regular session. FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Window Sha'des, Trunks, Suit Cases, Pictures and Stoves. W. A. Tribble oldest friends "Vne of mymighty reliable and a IB Stanford. 97-- tf BUTTER MILK Bids for the surplus milk of the Stanford creamery will be received until midnight, Dec. 27. When you consider the feeding value of this milk as comnared to $5 corn it should bring 25 cents per hundred pounds. H. J. McRoberts, 99-- 3 Secretary. one. Many a cough and cold of mine and my children too has been stopped by Dr. King's New Discovery." For nearly 50 yearsDr. King's New Discovery has been the standard remedy for coughs, colds, croup and such bronchial affections. At all druggists. Try it. Buy Your Xmas Meats of the Peroia Biack-Draug- ht, CENT -A- -WORD ADS Black-Draug- (Ads here are 1 cent a wora eacn Jssue, cash with order; no ad less than 25c each issue.) Black-Draugh- t." IF ITS in town you can get it at 100-- 2 Farris.' FOR those good things for Xmas 100-- 2 go to Farris.' FOR RENT OR SALE. House and lot on East Main street. W. H. Wear-eioo-tn. Black-Draug- ht f con-tinous- ly Black-Draug- ht. M mr m to-da- PLEASE leave your order as early as possible. You can get it any time but the best picking is now. G. H. 100-- 2 Farris. FOR RENT OR SALE. House of five rooms and three acres of ground, barn, etc., on Whitley avenue. Apply to O. D. Murphy, Rowland. 100-4- p. Sanitary Meat Market Fresh Beef, Pork a&d Lamb; Cured Meats of All Kinds PRICES REASONABLE MONEY to loan on farm land; first mortgage; reasonable terms. W. F. s. Champ, Lancaster, Ky. 92-4T- m .J1 i ' .! J "-JL ' 'T 53a;r.r ft.r - ' Tww I. f -. tf' d I .The Interior Journal Stanford. Kentuckv WELL-KNOW- Friday, December 22, 1916. Children's LOUISVILLE WOMAN SPEAKS. N Mrs. Charlotte Warren is holding iiei uwii xamy wen. Mrs. A. P. Hunn was in Louisville Savings Accounts especially solicited by The First National Bank of Stanford, Ky. "My mother is using Prescription' and I see the medicine does her much good. My experience was so good with it that I recommended her to use it. I was in a condition where a 'builder' was needed and Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription did the work easily and pleasantly. I used six bottles. It was more than satisfactory. I lost my nervousness and felt stronger and better every way." Mrs. W. M. Biiown, 429 S. 18th St. What Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription has done for thousands it will do for you. Get it this very day. Louisville, Ky. Thursday. The Holidays are suited for the beginning of these accounts. Parents open an account for your children today as a Christmas Gift. Three per cent paid on these accounts J. S. HOCJCER, President S. T. HARRIS, Vice-Preside- nt H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier Mrs. A. C. Hill and Mrs. W. C. Wilson were in Danville Wednesday. Miss Susan Fisher Woods was in Richmond Wednesday. Col. S. T. Harris and J. S. Owsley went to Louisville Thursday afternoon. James Cooper, Joe Hill, Spalding Hill and Sam J. Embry, Jr., are at home from Centre College for the holidays. Miss Margaret Allen, of Millers-buris spending the holidays here with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. THIS PRESCRIPTION IS FOR YOU! E. P. Woods. Miss Berta Jean If you suffer from hot flashes or dizzi- from the CincinnatiPenny is at home Conservatory of ness, fainting spells, hysteria, headache, Music for the Christmas holidays and nervousness all are bearing down pains, symptoms of irregularity and female dis- has as her guest, Miss Emma Noe, of Hopkinsville. turbances and are not beyond relief. Miss Bess Holtzclaw. who is atDr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is directed to the real cause and promptly tending college at Miami, O., is removes the disease, suppresses the pains spending the Christmas holidays with and nervous symptoms and thereby her grandfather, W. H. Underwood brings comfort in the place of prolonged in the Hubble section. Dr. W. S. Elkin, of Atlanta, has miserv. sold by druggists for nearly joined his wife in Kentucky and they It has been 50 years, in fluid form, at S1.00 per bottle, will srjend the holidays hex'e with her giving general satisfaction. It can now be sister, Mrs. Charlotte Warren and with d tablet form. Sold by relatives in Lancaster. had in Mrs. Emma Rankin, moved here all medicine dealers or trial box by mail on receipt of 50 cents in stamps. from Rankin, Ky., Wednesday, and Every sick woman may consult us by will make Burnside her future home. letter, absolutely without charge. Send for free medical book on Diseases of We are always glad to welcome good 'Favorite g, sugar-coate- HBFfiliU We Sell this Rugged Footwear Marked by the Red Ball w& We sell it because we believe it is We sell it bethe best you can bu cause men who have worn rubber footwear for years have proved that "Ball-Bangives them better comfort and more days of wear than any other make. "Ball-Banis the cheapest in the long run, too. You can't figure the cost of rubber boots and other rubber footwear by the first price. You've got to know how much wear it will give. You can put "Ball-Banfootwear to any service and judge it by wear. Then you will see why it gives the greatest service for the money. d" d" d" Look for the Red Ball. You'll find it on all "Ball-Band- " footwear. Phillips & Phillips J. E. Baer were the pleasant guests , Mt. Moriah cemetery Sunday after-- J of Mrs. C. L. Dawes on Sunday last. noon. Mr. J. M. Hiatt, who has been in Detroit the last three months is at home to spend Christmas with the homefolks, much to the delight of the whole family. Mi's. J. H. Boone and Mrs. J. E. Baer were the pleasant callers of Mr. and Mrs. Gerkey Sunday forenoon. Mr. William Dunaway and Miss Alline Boone were pleasant callers OF NORWEGIAN COD LIVER OIL of Mrs. C. L. Dawes Sunday after- Write without fear as without fee, to Faculty of the Invalids' Hotel, Dr. V. M. Pierce, President, 663 Main St., Buffalo. Dr. Pierce's Pellets are unequaled ' County Assessor E. D. Kennedy, as a Liver Pill. Smallest, easiest to take. !vho has been laid up with a broken One tiny, Sugar-coate- d Pellet a Dose. . shoulder, is able to sit up. Cure Sick Headache, Bilious Headache, Dec. 25 "The Turn of the Tide" Dizzinebs, Constipation, Indigestion, BilA Hayden, of Danville, was Stanford Opera House. k to soe his reiative, Col. ious Attacks, and all derangement of the this The Mozart Club will , rns-y- .n Dec. 27. Liver, Stomach and Bowels. mf? entertain at the home of Miss Jeani Mrs. E. C. Jordan has returned Paxton. home from Knoxville, Tenn., where Miss Annie Lee Young, of Monti-cellshe has Richard Cobb went to Richmond Foster. been the guest of Mrs. A. L. is the guest of Rev. and Mrs. M. D. Early here. Wednesday. Mr. P. H. Cormincy has gone to Miss Martha Raney came home Mrs. B. D. Carter was the guest of Bradfordsville to make a visit of Sallie Good at Mit- - several days during the holidays to from Richmond Thursday for the her mother, Mrs. Xmas holidays. She is taking a course his brother, J. J. Cormincy, there chellsburg Tuesday. Miss Mary Moore Raney came in at the Eastern State Normal. Mrs. Ed. Wilkinson went to Crab Thursday from Cincinnati, where she has been attending the College of Orchard Thursday for a short visit to Music. She will spend the holidays her mother, who is with her other HOW THIS MOTHER daughter, Mrs. Andrew Dillion there. with homefolks here. Mrs. R. L. Rupley went to Perry-vill- e Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jones left Got Strength To Do Her Work Thursday afternoon to be with for Walton, to spend the holi Fair Ilaven, Yt. "I was so nervous her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rob- days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. :md run down that I could not do my inson for Christmas. Her husband E. H. Norman. liouscwork for my little family of three. will join her later. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hill, Jr., will 1 had doctored for nearly two years Dr. W. W. Burjrin, of Crab Or- - leave Saturday for Cincinnati to without help. One day 1 read about chard, took a train here Wednesday; spend the holidays with her parents, Vinol, and thanks to it, my health has xor i,ampDeiisviue xo Dnng DacK nis iur and urs urunmg, Ijccn restored so I am doing all my HntlirlifAr , .. ' ATicc . Afavw T.nmln Prescott Brown is at home from w.w j housework once more. I am telling all who has been attending schoolrlfe..., Georgetown College with his parents, there, my friends what Vinol has done for me." J. S. Hundley, of Danvile, spent Dr. and Mi's. E. J. Brown for the hol Mrs. James H. Eddy. several days this week with his daugh- idays. Vinol is a combination of famous ter, Mrs. Clay P. Davis. On WedMiss Sallie Mills Craig is at home tonics which we guarantee to build nesday he left for Kress, Texas to from Randolph-Maco- n College for the up the weak and visit his other daughter, Mrs. B. F. Christmas holidays with her parents, The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Robards and family. Dr. and Mrs. W. rJ. (Jraig. Women. Personal and Social I j o, citizens here. Burnside Star. Mrs. Isa Tucker has returned from near Gilbert's Creek, where she has been nursing Terrill Withers, who has been quite ill for some time. He is considerably improved, his many friends will be glad to know though not a well man yet by a long ways. Mrs. Phil Pettus and son, of Harlan, who have been the guests of her sister, Mrs. W. S. Fish, went to Crab Orchard Wednesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Will Pettus before returning home. I .. Tlni-fin- n ( run-dow- n. Friends in this city of Miss Jennie Farris Riley, of Danville, formerly of Frankfort, will regret to hear of her illness at the Norton Memorial Infir.usually stops stubborn mary in Luisville. She was operated noon. Mrs. B. D. Hiatt is on the sick list cough or chest cold when on last week, and n,ews has been received from her was to the effect that much to the regret of her friends. Mr. A. B. Watts and Miss Birda ordinary specifics fail. she is doing nicely. Flannery were pleasant callers of It helps strengthen the "Life of Our Saviour," colored Miss Toy Hutchison Sunday afterlungs throat adds pictures. Most expensive film ever re- noon. leased. Wednesday, Dec. 27. Matinee Misses Etta Dawes, Marguerite energy to the blood and Wednesday afternoon. Admission, Dawes and Viola V. Hiatt were callers Adults 25 cents, young people under 15 years 10 cents. Under the aus- of Mrs. J. H. Boone Sunday afternoon gives the system the force 101-- 2 pices of the Woman's Club. Messrs. Clyde and Leonard Boone to help resist disease. Public Sale attended church services at Saufley Sunday night. Heard About Town Mr. J. W. Bastin, of Central City, was the pleasant guest of his parents, Everybody is going to "The Turn Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bastin Tuesday Refuse of the Tide" Christmas night. 101-- 1 night. W. W. Hays went to Louisville Mr. Bill Hibard was buried in the Scott & Bowae. BloomSeld. N. 7. Wednesday and brought a Buick car. Miss Kate Davis Raney is assisting in George H. Farris' store during the SCOTT'S EMULSION a and use scons Substitutes l-a four-cylind- er holiday. H. C. Anderson local agent for the Ford, recently sold two touring cars, one to A. T. Traylor and the other, to W. D. Gooch. Misses Fannie and Lonnie Dalton, daughters of H. S. Dalton of Rowland left Wednesday for Borden, 111., to spend the winter there with their sister, Mrs. Mary Adams. Rehearsals of "The Turn of the Tide" are going forward every day, and the actresses and actors are going to do some really professional work, so the coach, Miss Esther Burch, five-passenger GROCERIES Yes, I have them FRESH AND AT PRICES THAT ARE RIGHT CANDIES, FRUITS, NUTS, ETC. FOR CHRISTMAS says. in over a nxflHaD. homes they know At some time every woman has had her coffee problem "bad coffee, medium coffee, coffee that was never twice the same." A million women have solved the problem by serving1 Arbuckles'. Get a package of Arbuckles' Coffee today and see why. Everyone likes it. Morning after morning a million men praise it for its fine, full flavor. Women depend on it. In all these homes, it helps make years. I think it is the only coffee fit to drink." Mrs. A. C. W., Lay, Colo. "I have been using Arbuckles' Coffee for "We have used Arbuckles Coffee for ten years, and have not yet found its superior or equal." Miss H., Bessemer, Ala. Henry Hillard, a farmer of near Mercer county, was dan gerously injured when the horse he was driving shied as he was crossing a bridge and plunged over the side of the bridge. J. L. B. Coffey, who travels out of Cincinnati, and R. H. Coffey, who has his headquarters at Youngstown, 0.. came home a little earlier for the Christmas holidays on account of the serious illness of their father, Col. Joseph Coffey. Claiborne C. Walton, who joined the navy in September and has been in training at Paris Island, S. C, since, writes that he will be sent aboard the battleship "Montana" after the holidays but that he does not know what waters the ship will sail Cardwell. in. News has been received from Paw- huska, Okla., of the arrival in the home there of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Conwell, of a beautiful baby daughter. The mother is a native of Lincoln county, being a daughter of Mrs. S. E. Owsley, and she has many triends back home who will extend heartiest congratulations and good wishes for the little lady. George E. Chancellor, who has been visiting his parents, Col. and Mrs. Bedell Chancellor at Walnut Flat, for several weeks left Thursday for New Orleans, where he will campaign his string of racers the coming meeting. Chancellor had a very successful season last year and figures to do as well or better the coming year. He owns five racers and believes they will give a good account of of the Lincoln County National Bank at the banking house at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning the gentlemen will be guests of Cashier W. M. Bright at a luncheon at the Princess. After a meeting of the directors 101-- 1 Meat Market Huffman, cutter. and tenderest that can be gotten. Give me a call. Is always supplied with the best, juiciest, Black : : : : E. C. Walton II break-Ifa- st a complete success. "The finest cup of coffee I ever tastedl" Like these million other women you can have your husband say this. Isn't that satisfaction worth a little time and effort wouldn't it be worth while even to make a special trip to the grocery store for a package of other men are enjoying? A Box of Candy Is Always Appreciated! Nothing makes a nicer Xmas Gift than a box of Read what a few of these women say: that fresh, full flavored coffee a million "I recommend Arbuckles' Coffee to my friends. I buy it all the time because it is tetter coffee." Miss B., Mercer, Ky. "I use Arbuckles' because it is stronger than r j 35c coffee, and Arbuckles' packages are full 16 oz." Mrs. V., Coldwater, Kans. Have it tomorrow. He will praise it morning after morning. When you serve Arbuckles you will know why it has solved the coffee problem in over a million homes. Nunnally's Candies We have them in all sizes and our supply is fresh by express. You can never make a mistake by giving a box of Nunnally's Candy. Mt. Moriah There will be a Christmas tree at Mt. Moriah church. Saturday afternoon for the Sunday school children. Our regular pastor, Rev. Bowling will be present and will give an interesting talk which will be greatly enjoyed by all. Mrs. James Floyd, of Green River, was the pleasant guest of Mrs. B. D. Hiatt recently. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bastin and Mrs. ' section There are hundreds of varieties of coffee grown. To get the result you want, the coffee itself must be right. Arbuckles' Coffee is. It is put up by Arbuckle Bros., the greatest, coffee merchants in the world. They can give you greater value in coffee than anyone else. No wonder Arbuckles' is the most pop- -, ular coffee in America tody t -- -r The Penny Drug Store E. R. Coleman, Prop. ,35- -. Phone No. 2 Stanford, Ky. j5!tf rv r K. v t L - ', 3f JT-- . & -- rS.Bf yP"Tlj'. r j .Bfc sa.T-y&A-q - . ;. 'sntr r -- . vvJii ja-'- :7i '- -. V - The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: J. F. Oatts and M. D. Shearer went ! to Georgia last week with 80 head of Friday, December 22, 1916. CHILD A DELICATE Nervy Steeplejack Wears Merry "Tanlac Smile" at Work In Clouds Beams on Dizzy Crowd From Skyscraper Flagpole. CREDITS TONIC FOR HEALTH Edgar Williams, With Nerves Like Steel, Declares That If It Wasn't For Tanlac He'd Not Be Able to Go About His Hazardous Task With the Ease and Composure He Now Enjoys. "TANLAC PUT ME UP HERE," SAYS STEEPLE- .. mules. Monticello Outlook. Mr. Clarence LeBus, of Cynthi-an- a bought from Mr. Rye Whitson of near Ruddells' Mills, 14,000 pounds of tobacco for 20 cents per pound straight. Bourbon News. One hundred and thirty-si- x head of fat cattle were sold recenty by Beaz-le- y Brothers to Jonas and Simon Weil Made Strong By Our Vinol Fayctteville, N. C "My little daughter was in poor health, delicate and so weak it made us very uneasy. I heard about Vinol and decided to try it and the results were marvelous; her appetite improved, she gained in weight, and is now one of the healthiest children in town. Mothers of delicate children Should tryVinol.'1 Mbs.CoudonJessup.. remedy Vinol ia a constitutional which creates an appetite, aids digestion and makes pure, healthy blood. All children love to take it. Try it oa our guarantee. The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Gooch, Ed. 11 acres Grigsby, James.... 19 acres Harris, Lucy (NR) 2 acre Harris, Willis, 1 lot Hays, Jim, 1 acre Hays, Polly, 1 acre Hays, Ike, 2 acres, Higgins, John, 9 acres Higgins, Henry, 1 acre Higgins, Silva, 17 acres Hill, C. W., 4 acres Hill, Mose Hrs., 4 acres Hocker, Anderson, 1 lot 4.62 5.13 2.91 3.23 3.09 1.97 6.19 4.92 3.90 2.61 4.92 2.27 4.50 3.86 2.27 vW " L ':' ' - .9 ;V,;" VI" 5 'V "- - - JACK V " 5 , - ,, " v(,C s . , ', Watch Edgar Williams, steeplejack, WILLIAMS. perched mi u slim tlagpole atop a huge "IT GIVES fdcyseraper, far above the bustling ME STEADY street thrones. There is a glint of diamond clear- NERVES ness in his gaze; every move he makes is swirt, .sure, unfaltering. Uis man- AND ner is as unconcerned as that of a man painting a sidewalk save that he PERFECT i.Iways wears a cheery, rippling smile. HEALTH." Smile of Perfect Health. It's the "Tanlac smile." the same femile that thousands of people are now learning daily, after months and years of worries from frayed-ou- t nerves, ruined digestion and thinned red blood. y ' . -- i.H' ' , J 7 ; ; " ;, ' ,'? '-' ' ' jv , - the cattle are a fine lot and brought something over $900. Lexington Leader. Granville Lutes, an experienced stockman, will succeed R. C. Arnold, as manager at Nunnelley's stock pens for T. W. Jones. Mr. Lutes will not move his family up from Middleburg for the present but will likelv do so later. Mr. Arnold and family will move back to his farm on Lancaster pike. John I. VanArsdall, the well known real estate dealer made a number of big sales recently. He sold the Ike Scott farm of 140 acres to Mr. B. F. Huls, of Knox county, for $160 per acre. He also disposed of the Chas. Shewmaker farm to Bush Allin and Henry Smith for $17,000. Harrods-bur- g Herald. Paul Finch, of Drake's Greer: Stock Farm, in the East End of the county, shipped five of his fine thoroughbred Duroc-Jerse- for shipment to the Eastern market. ! , ,, ,:'" ' 1 I to E. head of the Stata Agricultural Hocker, Joe, 1 acre High School at Courtland, Miss., Hocker, Joe, Adm. 2 acres Thursday. Five of them were young," CRAB ORCHARD, (WHITE) gilts and the other a oar pig. Mr. Adams, Mrs. Nannie P., 82 Finch sold the quintet for $125. 2i c res .................................... o.uu W. B. Burton, the big mule buyer 5.03 of Garrard, was at Somerset last Mon-da- v Albright, J. H., 35 acres 4.40 and bought several head, from Allen, John, 85 acres 3.54 $100 to $150. Center Bros., of Gar- Alley, John, 44 acres 3.35 rard sold recently, to Herbert Ellis, Anderson, Andy, 2 acres 4.62 of Wilson, N. C, nine head at an av- Benge, Anderson, 80 acres 4.15 erage of $178.50 a head, and a pair of Bcbbitt, F. F., 21 acres mare mules to W. B. Burton for $350 Brack, August, (NR) 380 cXcrcs .................. ...... .......... oOtol and a team of horse mules to him Brewer, J. Jr., 45 acres ... . 10.20 for which he paid $260. W. V. 3.56 sold an extra horse mule to Brown, A. B., 15 acres R. E. Gaines, of Lincoln county, for Buchanan, Mrs. Bettie, 1 lot. .. 6.01 Burleson, Robt., 7 acres 4.06 $200. Chappell, 56 acres 11.37 Solomon Childers, 83, died at Bry- - Chappell, James, 138 acres.... 15.81 Conder, P. M., 1 lot 9.26 antsville early this week. Cummins, Mrs. Kessie, 15 acres 6.08 y hogs M. Moore-hea- d, J Anderson, L. G., 40 acres, balance, Ashley, W. B., 36 acres August, A. G., (NR) 90 acres August, A. J., (NR) 134 acres Ball.Mrs. H. P., 42 acres Bastin, Wesley, 30 acres Bastin, J. M., 10 acres Baugh, H 8 acres Baugh, John, 23 acres Baugh, Annie, 40 acres Baumann, J. H. 24 acres Bell, W. H., 120 acres Bell, J. T., 42 acres Bennett, Reece, 40 acres Benson, James, J., 10 acres.... Berry, Maggie, 144 acres Bruner, U. G., 657 acres Bryant, T. L., 1 acre Bryant, Mrs. Mattie, 3 acres.. Bunch, Jas. R., 130 acres Burleson, Lena, 1 lot Burton, Sarah, 3 acres Burton, Dave, 15 acres Buster, W. T., 4 acres Coker, A. G., 12 acres Caldwell, T. B.,60 acres Cannon, G. H. 1 acre Carrolton, John, 206 acres Carrier, James, 20 acres Carter, Hez, 68 acres Case Threshing Machine Company, 55 acres Claunch, II. N., 6 acres Cook, Mrs. J. M. 4 acres Creeds, Robards, 6 acres Curtis, F. V., 25 acres Dale, J. D., (NR) 50 acres .... Day, Mandy, 18 acres Delaney, Phil, 1 acre Delk, George, 25 acres Denham, V. P., 31 acres Denham, C. S., 13 acres Doan, J. M., 72 acres Douglas, Marion, 41 acres Dugan, A. R., 50 acres Eads, John, 50 acres Emely, Mrs. Belle, 1 lot Esbrathe, E. M., (NR) . 5.66 17.30 8.63 12.44 4.19 5.13 7.50 6.40 3.86 3.22 9.77 14.56 9.08 7.61 6.15 19.94 28.90 5.65 6.56 15.09 1.99 1.56 10.65 2.92 3.70 7.67 5.13 14.03 4.62 12.55 HUSTONVILLE (WHITE) Austin, Sid, 1 acre $ 3.56 Austin, Richard, 52 acres. 5.13 Austin, Jason, (NR) 2 acre 1.65 Bartlett & Yocum, 60 acres ... 21.35 Bastin, Hrs., 6 acres . 1.65 Bastin, Sam, 26 acres 7.36 Blackerby, R. P., 60 acres 10.95 Brandenburg, H. K., 18 acres ... 3.25 Brawner, Mrs. Mary, 1 lot 4.20 Brown, Mrs. Ellen, 4 acres 1.65 Burgin, W. J., 2 lots. . .. . 19.12 Carpenter, John, 5 acres . . 5.15 Chrisman, Mrs. Mary, 10 acres 20.00 Clarkson, Sam (NR) 1 lot . . 2.93 Coffey, Chester (NR) 40 acres 41.70 Coffman, Sam, W., 3 acres. .. 5.78 Compton, Mrs. L. C, 2 acres. . 8.62 Compton, Evan,2 acres 3.25 Denham, John V., 2 acres ... 3.56 Denham, W. F. 1 lot . 5.14 Denham, Tom, Jr., 1 lot 3.87 Gooch, E. O., 1 lot 17.80 Gooch, J. W., 82 acres. . . 15.79 Gresham, Mat, 5 acres 3.55 Helm, Mrs. M. E., 63 acres 13.05 Horine, E. B. (NR) 400 acres 12.40 Ingard, Levi. 76 acres 3.56 Ingard, Frank (NR) 50 acres 2.28 Jackson, Luke (NR) 1 lot. 2.91 Jarboe, J. 0., (NR) 1 lot 6.08 5.14 3.54 Jesse, J. T., 1 lot 45.50 4.81 Lipps, Hrs., 1 lot 2.27 3.35 3.86 7.36 Moser. I. T., 1 lot McAninch. Clell (NR) 1 lot. . McClure, C. K., 2 acres, 1 lot McKinney. Mi- - Rebecca, 1 lot Peck, L. B., 1 acre Peck, Asey, 2 acres Peck, W. Henry, 10 acres . . Reid, John, 72 acres . .. Reid, Chas.. 25 acres . Reid, Frank, 5 acres. KpvnioKnn Tnm fSTR 1 lr.f Richards, Fred, 20 acres Root, A. D., (NR) 50 acres Schor, Henry, (NR) 56 acres Sherrow. J. A., 3 acres Sipple, D. C.. 1 lot Smith, Shelton, 1 lot . Smith, C. C, 2 lots . . Smith, Edgar, 1 acre. .. Swearingen. J. A., 20 acre Sweeney. Mrs. Annie, 65 acres 32.56 35.35 18.82 9.90 2.85 4.58 3.84 8.95 2.84 3.58 OI i M ...4.81 4.26 3.86 4 5,49 10 22 J8 100 5.13 18.06 3.86 0.03 12 40 ". , 8. 00 1. 65 2, 27 G. 40 3. 25 3. 56 Gas-tine- au Sheriff's Sale For Delinquent Taxes Weatherford, Sheriff of Lincoln county, Ky.. will on Monday, January 8, 1917, same being County Court day, offer for sale at the Court House door in Stanford, Ky., the following real property, returned delinquent, same being the amount due for state, county, school and state road taxes for the year 1916. Said sale to begin at 1 o'clock P. M., standard time. The names of those paying before that date will be stricken from the list. J. G. Weatherford. Sheriff of Lincoln County, Kentucky: STANFORD, (WHITE) Arnold, R. C, 52 acres 36.38 Bowen, Eliza, (NR) 16 acres 16.14 Breedlove, Jim, 4 acres 6.25 Carter, Bose, 32 acres 5.01 Christopher, Dave, 50 acres. .. 4.50 Collier, Dave, 27 acres 19.03 Cox, Chas., 1 lot 5.13 2.92 Cramer, Wm. J.. 1 lot Goode, Dee, 1 lot 7.04 Hugh, Joe, (NR) 4 acres 7.36 22.69 Kincaid, W. P., 1 lot 8.32 Lake, Sid, M., 3 acres Long, H. P., 1 acre 4.26 Lunsford, Mrs. George, 2 lots 7.36 5.78 Lusk, Chas. B., 3 acres 15.31 Martin, John, 100 acres Meredith, O. F., (Nil) 13 acres 3.78 13.32 Miracle, Elijah, 30 acres Moore, J. W. Moore, 116 acres 4.19 McCormack, Mrs. Laura, 60 .... 31.52 acres I, J. G. ALPINE PEAKS HAVE MORE TERRORS FOR THE CHAMOIS THAN HAVE SKYSCRAPER CORNICES OR GIANT SMOKESTACKS FOR THIS DARING HUMAN FLY. It's the only real and enduring smile me that for many .ears I shall be able the smile of perfect health, vitality to follow my dangerous occupation and strength yet it is the kind of without the slightest fear of my nerves Bmile that everybody can have and failing me. keep all the time. "If I have not always felt at home Widely Known For Daring. William? is a wonderful steeplejack. He lives in Cincinnati at 262 ltidgeley htreet, yet his reputation for daring and skillful work at dizzy heights i nation wide. lie likes his work, and the more difficult it is to reach the "job," as he nonchalantly calls it. the 1 teller. Ask him why lip feels as xnueh at home dangling high in the uir us he docs near his own cozy and he answers simply. "IVrfect health." He will tell you aKo that if it were not for Tanlac he would not be able to go about his hazaidoiis occupation wllh the ea.e and composure be now enjoys. Tanlac Assures Safety. Here's what he says: "Tanlac is a boon to me and assures fue-side, suspended high in mid-ai- r I do now. The prospect of a difficult job does not in the least worry me. 1 prepare for it by taking Tanlac. A few days be-- f re an unusually hard bit of work I tone up my system by taking Tanlac regularly. It quiets my nerves and puts my stomach and general physique into perfect athletic shape. Wife Also Praises It. "My wife aiM declares Tanlac to be the tine1-- medicine in the world for nervous women." he says. "For a long period she was irritable, .lervoiis and restless. Headaches and general debility had weakened her. Tanlac has restored her and she enjoys the vitality and ambition that comes only from a healthy body and mind." ! run-down, to-da- y acres Stevens, Ed., 15 acres Thompson, J. H. (NR) 35 JlCl'GS Newcomb, Mrs. Sallie, 1 lot. .. Nichols & Reynolds, 180 acres Spoonamore, J. M., & A. L., 35 2.27 7,36 2.27 830 1.81 Tanlac is sold exclusively in Stanford at The Penny Drug Store, E. R. Coleman, Proprietor. Tanlac can now be obtained in following nearoy cities: Moreland, Abraham Minks; Hustonville, Adams arm and Stock News . Ha tlio Sit. Moriah section J. H. "Boone sold a bunch of shoats to Geo. Boone for seven and a half cents a pound. David Morris, of the Hubble section delivered to Hutching!?, of Danville, 22 fat hogs averaging 212 pounds at nine cents a pound. In Adair county R. L. Allen purposed 120 acres of land off C. C. Henson's farm for $3,000. The farm is on the Burkesville road, a few miles from Columbia. On account of the heavy snow which fell Thursday night, J. T. Livingston postponed his sale, scheduled for today, until Tuesday, December 26th. Read his advertisement elsewhere, and note the bargains he is offering. ROOMS FOR RENT Over W. H. Higgins' Store Corner Main and Depot Streets 23.40 Travlor. Emmett, 1 lot 3.54 Warren, Lou, B., 3 acres Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis-bur- Yates, Walter, 13 acres 3.23 4.61 Joe Mc Williams; Middleburg, Young, Dave, 20 acres 5.68 Young, H. G.. 16 acres W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyne STANFORD, (COLORED) Bros.; Brodhead, John Robins; Lan1 5.13 caster, R. E. McRoberts; Bee Lick, Adams, Richard,lot lot 2.27 Ball, Edith, 1 J. Reynolds & Son; Waynesburg, W. Boone, May (NR). 5 acres... 2.27 2.91 Bright, Polly, 1 let. A. Horton. 4.19 Bruce, Gill, (NR) 1 acre Burnside, John W., 3 acres.... 6.70 4.50 B. D. Holtzclaw, east of town, Lackey, Wm., 2 acres 5.56 Logan, Jim, 12 acres Lotiirht a rick of timothy hay from 2.27 Logan,' Shear Mary, 1 acre Paul Finch last week for $75. It was Logan, Willis, 1 acre 4.92 a whopper. 4.50 Logan, Jim, 12 acres Victor Ross sold his purchase of 3.23 Miller, George, 1 lot wool last week to Dale, of Louisville, Nelson, Rebecca. 2 acres 3.97 5.56 at 46 cents. How's that for a low Penman, John, 1 acre 4.50 Penman, Ben, 3 acres tariff Democratic administration? Penman, Rev. E. L., 1 acre.... 6.84 Cynthiana Democrat B. (NR) 19 J. H. Thompson, of the Preachers-vill- e Richardson, J. 10.92 acres section, sold this week to J. P. Ross. Sauire. 2 acres 7.67 Ballard, of Crab Orchard, 20 head Ross, Alex, 2 acres. 5.78 of hogs. Two weighed 900 pounds Sallee, Jesse, 1 lot. 5.13 each and the remainder averaged 200 Simpson, Alex, 30 acres b.4U pounds. Mr. Thompson received nine Simpson, Harvey, 37 acres 6.40 cents a pound. Simpson, Millie, Hrs. 4 acres.... 1.51 Dan Peed, of Paris, recently 6.28 acres bought a crop lot of 7,000 pounds of Simpson, Elias, 33 acres 1.64 Simpson, Lucy, 4 tobacco from Mr. Lafe Endicott, of Simpson, Lucy, (NR) 1 acre.... 3.54 this county, at 25 cents a pound. The Smith. Lucy, (NR) 1 acre 3.54 tobacco was raised by Rector brothers Smith, Allen, Hrs. 5 acres 2.91 on new and just across the Harrison Smith, Bob (NR) 2 2.2" acies line in Bourbon. He also bought a Smith, :sa, 1 aero 3 83 crop from Mr. Wm. Layson of 3.23 Smothers, Carey, 1 acre at 25 cents. Cynthiana Stepp, Mrs. F. L., 1 lot 9.90 Democrat. Thurmon, Harrison, 40 acres.. 5.13 Thurmon, Dick, Hrs., 40 acres 3.54 8.75 Tucker, Green, 5 acres 3.54 Wade, Lucy, Hrs., 1 lot 3.54 Wallace, Matilda, 1 lot 3.97 Whitley, Lilly, 30 acres Whitley, Logan, Hrs.. 17 acres 2.27 4.91 Whitley, Bob, Hrs., 1 lot 5.78 Withers, G. W., 1 acre Withers, Lucy Ann, 2 acres.... 1.64 2.70 Woods, Mattie, 1 acre Woolford, George A., 1 acre.... 5.13 3.23 Cooper, Josh, 2 acres 3.23 Craig, Givens, 1 lot Craig, Allen & Givens, 1 acre 2.52 3.56 Craig, Wm., 1 acre 2.27 1 lot Craig, Phoebe, 1.90 Crow, Lucy, 19 acres 2.91 1 acre Dawson, Ann 3.23 Farris, Ben 1 acre 7.36 G. M. O. of F. 1 lot 7.36 G. M. 0. Lodge, 1 lot g. Mil-lersbu- rg, .. .. ...... .... Davis, Mose, 1 lot 7.67 Davis, Frank, L., 4 acres 8.16 Denny, W. Tom, 25 acres 3.23 Denny, Jasper, 10 cres 2.92 Denny, Gran, 20 acres 3.93 Denny, Walter, 1 acre 6.49 Denny, James, 30 acres 4.29 Dyehouse, W. M. 5 acres 15.71 Ernestine, Kuhr, 96 acros .... 7 67 Frith, T. S., (NR) 79 acres 8.00 Goun, John, 15 acres 10.22 German Olub House, 1 acre . 3.4 Gutman, Newt, 5C acres .... 16.77 Harlow, Mrs. Mar'irt, 12 acres 2.52 Helton, Wm., 150 acres . ir 37 5.78 Helton, John C, 40 acres .. Hensley, George, 10 acres. ... 3.23 9.71 Hertle, Adolph, 34 acres Hiatt, Ed. 100 acres 14.2S Hiatt, A. M., (NR), 127 acre 2.4 Hicks, Mrs. Annie, 52 acres 2.33 Holmes, John, W., 783 acres 275.39 Holmes, D. V.. 125 acres 05.3': 1 Joskins, Mrs. Sarah, 1 lot 5.45 Howard. J. G.. 48 acres 8.78 I win, W. D.. 125 acres 14.88 Isaacs, Dr. II. H., 25 acres 3.54 6.67 lverson, Ernest, lo acres 6.24 Jackson, Wm., 104 acres 4.29 Kidd, A. L., 1 acre Kidd, A. L., &011ie, 189 acres 12.19 Kidd, Ollie, 1 acre 3.23 5.56 Kidd, Chas., 20 acres 5.91 Klebs, Chas. 60 acres King, Wm., 20 acres 2.72 4i81 Kruger, Ed., 60 acres Ky. Mineral Water Co., 1 lot. .. 1.64 2.92 Landislan, B., 7 acres Leavell, Mrs. Carrie, 55 acres 2(U4 13.72 Lee, R. B., 100 acres 5.13 Lewis, Morgan, 10 acres Linney, Hrs., 450 acres 7.36 Lackowitz, Lewis, 118 acres.. 11.93 4.S1 Logan, H. F., 10 acres Magee, Mrs. Beride, 1 lot 4.33 10.11 Manuel. J. F., 1 lot Manuel, A Jack, 123 acres.... 8.22 Masonic Lodge, Preachersville 1 lot 3.54 Masonic Lodge, Crab Orchard 1 lot 8.23 Maupin, W. M., 60 acres 3.60 Melvin, Mrs. Elizabeth, 1 acre 1.50 6.84 Miracle, Henry, 50 acres Middleton, Mrs. Galvin, 80 11.19 acres Monday, Joe, 84 acres 22.47 Naylor, John, 8 acres 5.78 Noakes, A. H., 16 acres 4.50 Osborn, Mahalv, Hrs., 50 acres 2.91 Owens, Mrs. Jeff, (NR) 45 1 OT ftcrcs Parks, Conradi 22 r'acres........ 78.9 1 Payne, T. W., 1 acre 7.42 Payne, W. A., 1 acre 5.37 8.52 Pavne, Jim, 3 acisjs Payne, D. C, (NR) 1 lot 13.72 Price, Garner, 98 acres, 1 lot.. 47.25 Reed, George, 40 acres 10.80 Reynolds. Avery, 35 acres 2.36 Rodgers, George. 3 acres 3.86 Rodgers, John, 2 acres 3.23 Rutledge, Chas., 2 acres 3.86 Sadlasky, 7 acres 5.27 Sanders, L. L., 1 lot 36.34 4.81 Severance, Hiram, I lot Shaw, James, 9 acres 4.81 Scigler, W. J., (NR) 1 lot 6.56 Singleton, Mrs. Tibitha, 91 10.64 acres Slusher. Robt, (NR) 100 acres 32.80 5.13 Smith, Martin, 45 acres Smith, Mrs. J. T., 100 acres.... 4.81 3.86 Smith, Riley, 25 acres 3.96 Smith, Lewis, F., 35 acres 6.84 Snratt, J. C, 136 acres 3.60 Stephens. James, 25 acres 3.23 Taylor, James, 1 acre 3.23 Taylor, Chas., 1 acre 6.70 Turner, W. R., 33 acres. Turner, Mrs. Mary F., 75 acres 2.91 Webber. Henrv, (NR) 65 acres 4.81 Wentzel, August, (NR) 86 2.91 acres 5.25 White. George. 38 acres 4.29 Wclburn. R. W., 3 acres Wren, Sherman, Hrs., 30 acres 1.97 CRAB ORCHARD, (COLORED) Anderson, Gran, Hrs., 1 acre.. 3.54 Buchanan, Ella May. 1 acre.... 2.27 3.54 Curtis, Bud (NR) 9 acres 5.56 Delaney, Alfred, 5 acres Uohnson, Henry, Hrs., 3 acros 1.64 2.92 Mullins, John. 1 acre 4.29 Stevenson, Lige, 1 acre Vandiveer, Geo., Hrs., 3 acres 2.91 M.50 Welch, Wm. Jr., 1 lot 5.13 Welch, Chas., 16 acres 2.91 Welch, Sam, (NR) 1 acre AVhitlev. Louisa, Hrs., 2 acres 6.08 WAYNESBURG, (WHITE) 5.13 Alford, C. M.. 36 acres 8.63 Alford. Elizabeth, 78 acres Allen, Mrs. Alice, 175 acres.... 24.28 Faley, Frank, 1 a'je Fields, John, 70 acres Fisher, Mrs. Chas. J., 1 acre .. Flint, Sam, 1 lot Florence, Delia, 1 lot Florence, J. F., (NR) 15 acres Florence, J.F. 1 lot Floyd, Mrs. R.M. 5 acres. .. . Floyd, Mrs.E.Ann 290 acres Floyd, James 1 acre Francis, George, 40 acres Gastineau, J.H. 75 acres Gastineau,G.W. (nr)4 acres.... Gastineau, J.F. 95 acres Gurley, A. J. 14 acres Gurley, Mrs. Sarah 25 acres.... Ganslin, Mont 40 acres Goff, H 130 acres Gooch, Mila, 136 acres Gooch Mrs. Nannie 2 lots Gooch, Cicero hrs. 37 acres .... Gooch, Luther, 62 acres Gooch, Henry, 1 acre Grant, W. M., (nr) 70 acres.... Graybeal, Emma 37 acres Hale, Jeff, 40acres Hallar.H. M.. 150 acres Harris, W. II., 40 acres Harris, J. C, 30 acres Henry,Solan (nr) 50 acres. ... Hiatt, B. D., 47 acres Hibbard, Ed (nr) 5 acres .... Hicks, Dave, (NR) 2 acres Higgins, Wm. 14 acres Holbrook. W.V. 84 acres Horton, J. S. 7 acres Irvin, Fred 123 acres Isom, Eli 114 acres Jacobs, Dan 35 acres . Jaussen, Emil 43 acres Johnson, A. J., 53 acres Jones. Ernest, 40 acres . . . Jones, H. H., 150 acres Karreth, C. (nr) 100 acres. . Kincaid, G. J., 40 acres Kishup, Fred, 84 acres K.O.T.M. Lodge 1 lot Lanham, Sallie hrs, 40 acres. Laswell, Dr.W.D. 67 acres. .. Lee, J. A., 73 acres Long, W. M., 152 acres Long, E. W. (nr) (50 acres .... Lee, Mrs. Laura 45 acres . Love, Mary 65 acres Lucas, Ed, 7 acres Lucas, Chas., 75 acres Maggard, W. R., 56 acres . Marks, Mrs.Mary B., 76 acres Maybrier, J. B.. 154 acres Merrett, D., 1 acre Miller, J. F., 53 acres ... . Mills, hrs, 30 acres Morgan, Floyd, 25 acres Murphy, Cicero, 19 acres . . Murphy, Mrs. Edmond, 11 f 14.S0 20. 30 3. 25 4.81 4.81 1.84 2.91 11.48 2.02 7.36 4.21 13.27 6.40 5.29 17.28 5.56 1.29 16.37 24.04 5.92 2.27 3!22 18 01 9 4, Walls, Garden. 1 lot . Wilcher, J. B., 30 acres Wolf in, Hrs., 40 acres Yocum. Crin (NR) 1 acre Yocum, Everett, 1 acre Yocum,, George, 1 acre Taylor. Howard, 100 acres Trusty, George, 1 acre Vaught. J. R.,2 acres . 28 20 13 48 4. 30 2, 93 12! OS 2 02 4. 3, 3 20 56 06 HUSTONVILLE (COLORED) Alcorn, George. 11 acres. ... $ 8 Anderson, Davidson, (NR) 3 . .. Anderson ureen, V. lots Armstrong, George, 1 lot Bowles, L. S., 1 acre . Bright, Mary (NR) 2 acres Brown, George. 1 acre Bruce, Alex, Est., 30 acrs 2 acres .... S.S -. .- I 15 6.10.. 13.19 4.81 3.97 5.13 17.85 6.40 3.86 2.27 10.22 6.72 4.10 3.23 4. 50 7. 71 2 27 6 40 lot 11. 17 2. 02 2. 27 9, 12.76 19.51 3.94 5.17 32.(54 Uurdette, Sarah, 5 acres Burdette. John, 22 acres Burton, Dave, 1 lot Caldwell, Eph, 45 acres Carpenter. Jake, Hrs., 1 lot Cloyd, Lizzie (NR) 1 acres Cloyd, J. Lucas, Hrs., 1 lot... 15.31 6.40 Cloyd, West, 1 lot Bruce, Kate (NR) 8 acres 3 8 40 55 07 6.46 15.31 4.81 22.54 8.95 5.45 7.36 36.89 S.95 10.22 7.67 Cooper, Lucy, 1 lot Cooper, James, Hrs., 1 acre ... Craig, Adeline, 18 acres Culp, Mala, 6 acres Frye, James, Hrs., 2 acres ... Givens, Ellen, Hrs., 25 acres ... Givens, Tom, 2 acres Goode, Bettie, 1 lot Good Samaritan Lodge No S7 Graves, Charles, Helm, Lawn, 1 lot Hocker, Sam, Hrs., 5 acres. . Hocker, Harrison (NR) 15 1.30 1.35 3.85 2 1 .65 8, ,65 6 .40 1 .30 2 .91 G. .40 .1 2 .91 1. ,65 6. 85 6. .40 Gaiden, Alex, Si, 5 2 acres acres 3, .86 2, 95 7. 36 8.66 Johnson, Richard, 6.9S acres 6.0S 4.S1 Hocker, Alfred, (NR) 1 o.5b I. O. O. F. Lodge, 1 lot 1 lot... 4. .20 21.14 15.31 3.86 9.07 2.27 5!78 7.36 4.81 acres McElforth, Bud, (NR) 50 acres 3.54 McCormack, George, Sr., 4 S.Oo acres Mckenzie, Maggie, acres . 3.56 MeGill, Eph., 2 McKenzie, M. S., 5 acres McLaughlin, T. W., rtO acres ... 2.91 McGill, George, 6acres . . . .. acres 6.93 McKinney, Joe, Hrs., 1 McMullin, Joe. 53 acres McMullin, Sallie G., 5 acres.... 1.15 Owens, Willie, 12 acres acre . 5.13 Owsley, Emma, 1 lot Newcomb, W. M., 1 acre 9.67 Patton, Newman, 11 Nolan, T. H., 45 acres 11.93 Patton, Wm., Sr., 114 acres ... Onstott, W. H., 98 acres acres Ouborne, Henry, (NR) 115 Powell. Joe. 1 lot .. 6.40 Reynolds, Mary Jane, 1 ...... ........ ........ iv. I co lot . 16.26 Riffe, Henry, 1 lot Osborne, Eliza, lOi acres 6.40 Riffe, George, C, 20 acres. .. Osterman, W. M., 28 acres Otto, George W., 116 acres... 11.49 Riffe, Laura, 88 acres 6.19 Ross, Henry, (NR) 1 lot Padgett, Albert, 32 acres Padgett, Mary Jane, 50 acres 3.54 Smith, Tom, Jr., 1 lot 15.41 Smith, Wm., 1 lot Padgett, Ed., 135 acres Padgett. W. G., (NR) 30 acres 3.S8 Singleton, Frank, 1 acre . Parsons, Henry, (NR), 50 acres 4.81 Singleton, Clay, 5 acres .. Pumphrey, L. D., 14 acres. .. 3.8S Steele, Chas., 1 lot 6.15 Tucker, Kate, 3 acres Pumphrey, Lou, 1 acre Redmon, George, (NR) 7 acres 2.91 Turner, Ad, 17 acres 30.28 Vardeman, Annie, 1 lot Reece, G. W., 117 acres Reynolds, J. M., Grd., 1 lot...... 1.98 Weatherford. Winnie, 1 lot . 6.15 Wisdom Temple Lodge, 1 lot Reynolds, T. J., 35 acres Reynolds, W. P., 106 acres.... 15.36 Yowell, Sam, 1 lot 13.72 Rice, Mrs. Laura, 50 acres 4.81 Riley, Mrs. Alta, 75 acres 4.50 Rodgers, F. A., 20 acres. 3.56 Roland, Wm., 3 acres 10.22 Roland. J. G., 33 acres Ross, W. D., (NR) 129 acres 22.62 5.89 Ross. C. G., 25 acres 12.76 Sanders, R. B., 84 acres 11.17 Sanders Eva, 74 acres 3.05 Si r.s, Hayden, 12 acres Singleton, Geo. (NR) 35 acres 3.54 7.36 Skidmore, Hayden, 3 acres 5.01 Skidmore, W. D., 38 acres 4.81 Skidmore, Clara, 18 acres Johnson, Henry, 50 acres Jones, Ben, 1 lot Jones, Mary E., 1 lot. Jones, John, Est. 3 acres Jones, Mattie, 1 lot Lyons, Wm., 1 acre Lyons, Abe, Jr., 21 acres ... Masterson, Bud, 1 acre Meadows, Jake, 2 acres Morton, John, 2 acres McCormack, Arch, 1 acre .... lot. 4. SI 1. 9S 5, .15 . 3 .25 2 .27 2, .27 2, .27 3! .86 S. ,95 3 .86 3 ,St 3 .25 .25 .... 4.50 5.80 4.65 1.65 3.25 7.36 5.80 21.16 4.20 1.98 7.70 3.86 5.45 2.30 3.86 4.55 3.25 4.55 4.86 1.17 6.20 2.27 2.27 6.10 7.70 HERE'STHEHOG Smallwood, G. J Smith. Mrs. Eva, 164 acres. .. Spradlin, S. J., (NR) 17 acres Stone, John B., 61 acres Stamper, Grant, 47 acre5? Thompson, J. S., 10 acres Trimble, Richard, 5 acres Trobridge, J. 50 acres Trobridge, D. J., 30 acres Walls, A. J., 92 acres Williams, T. D., 40 acres Williams, Vernie, 33 acres Yocum, Eliza, 8 acres Young, A. B., 35 acres Young, Chas., 15 acres : Young, W. 0., 26 acres acres J. (NR) 40 12.76 7.26 3.17 It 05 15.61 3.56 4.62 10.22 11.28 10.63 11.49 5.79 Ask Your Druggist for It 8.63 Sold By 4.21 THE PENNY DRUG" STORE 4.29 6.31 E. R. Coleman, Prop. Stanford. Ky. BOURBON REMEDY CO.. Lexington, Ky. Enclosed find photo of hoc that ,vra5 cured of cholera with your Bourbon Hoc Cholera Remedy. This hosrwas almost dead before nsinjr the medicine, and then was entirely cored, except loss of ears, tail. etc. The hocis owned by Mr. Skr.es Etvinff. of Bowline Green. Ky. Ho will be ciad to give you a testimonial, and we can cet several more if you want them. JENKIXS-SUBLETT DRUG CO.. Bowline Green. Ky. 1 v4 . ?, 11