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No. 2 1 JOURNA Tuesdays and Fridays FORCED TO Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, January 5, 1917 RANKIN Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 27th, at the home of the bride's fa- His Candidacy For State Senator In Well Known Boyle Attorney An- SWIM ASHORE ther, John T.-- Holtzclaw, of Gilbert's This District nounces His Candidacy Creek, occurred a quiet, but beautiDan Milburn, of Lancaster, Has NarPopular Young Business Man Is ful wedding, when his youngest The Interior Journal is authorized Hon. Jay W. Harlan, a prominent daughter, Mary Eliza was married today to announce Hon. H. Clay and popular young row Escape In High Waters . Elected Assistant Cashier attorney of Danto Jonathan David Rankin, a r.romi-nen- t Of Hawkin's Branch of Lancaster, Garrard ville, today authorizes the Interior young farmer of Hubble. Kauffman, By Directors Promptly at two o'clock th? hr.ppy county, as a candidate for the Demo- Journal to announqe him as a candi Dan Milburn, sewing machine At a meeting of the directors of couple entered the parlor, preceded cratic nomination for State Senator date for state senator in this district, agent of Lancaster, formerly a resiby John Kankin and John Gooh and to represent this district, composed composed the First National Banlc here this , Miss of the counties of Lincoln, dent of Stanford, had a narrow esKate Holtzclaw, sister ci the week, C. Hays Foster was elected AsBoyle, Garrard and Casev. Mr. Har cape from drowning Thursday mornbride and Miss Ellen Mae Holtzclaw, of the counties of Linoln, Garrard, lan sistant Cashier of this well known and cousin ing while trying to ford Hawkin's is already well and favorably and chum of the bride, who Boyle and Cdsey. Mr. Kauffman is a popular financial institution. Mr. ist-m- 1 Branch near the farm of J. C. v.Ith them while Rev. F. M. grandson of Mrs. Mary Kauffman, of known in this county, and has many Foster is one of the best known young in the Hubble section. He was Hustonville. For a number of years friends here and elsewhere over the performed the ceremony business men of Stanford. He has a I'Tinder ras off the main pike, and started to whiph shorf hnfr. imnro!vo Thn he has been a practicing attorney of district, who are strong for him. He large amount of banking experience drive across the creek, which was becomingly attired in at Lancaster, and during the last session takes a forward position on public and is splendidly qualified for the po- bride was terribly swollen from the heavy rains tne general Assembly representee questions before the people today, in sition he has assumed. He is the old- suit of chocolate brown broadcloth i the following card to the voters, anThe horse he was driving was quickin the lower house. His looked G?rrard est son of John B. Foster, one of the with hat to match and never charm-- stituents are said to be well pleased nouncing his candidacy: ly swept off its feet, and Mr. Milburn beautiful. She is a very 1 largest farmers of the county. For SELLS PART OF WEST END FARM thrown out of the buggy. He turned ing young lady and loved by all who ,wlth..hls record. Mr. Kauffman is a TO THE DEMOCRATS the past year or so Mr. Foster has de- know loose the lines, letting the animal do Stanley her. A more beautiful Christian sterling young democrat and has voted his time to his insurance and OF LINCOLN COUNTY: best knownP. Stephenson, one of the the best it could, and swam for the mny, warm friends over the district West End farmers, this hemp buying business and manage- character could not be found. Her who hope he can. bank himself. He had a hard fight At the realize his ambi ment of the opera house in the ev- bright and pleasing manner has won tion to represent this district in the Democrats coming August primary the week, sold 100 acres off his fine farm, against the raging current but manher a host of friands who wish her'i of the 18th, Senatorial south of Hustonville to B. W. Leigh enings. He is a hustler and a very aged to gain safety. The horse, broke upper of the He progressive young business man and all the happiness possible through issues branch following legislature. the district, composed of the counties of of that city for $10,000. Mr. Steph- loose from the buggy, and saved itthe card to Garrard, Lincoln, Casey and Boyle, enson will rent the place from the life. The young man, who has won will nominate a candidate for the new owner for the vear. as he is self. her heart and hand has every reason voters: Creeks and branches all over the state senate. It has been a time hon- feeding and grazing a number of cat-- ! to be proud and happy. The srroom TO THE DEMOCRATS OVI1 CMiraOC?-FttrOVtT 11r4-tC n ored custom among the Democrats of tie. Mr. Stephenson boucht this land c?.V.n.ty ,are out.of bounds, and going OF LINCOLN COUNTY: this district for the component counhp iTfcn u..4. ..w nn nnro Still nifrhpr ns th mm rnntimipcs. farmer. He is a young man of exemtiuuuL jivhii vh;i rs sum nr "r Danville Advocate says that the to furnish the nominee for this plary habits. He numbers his friends At the next Autrust urimarv the ties downpour there early Thursday by his acqaintances. Congratulations 'Democratic party of this Senatorial office in turn or rotation. Pursuant Lancaster morning approached the proportions to this custom it is now the right and are not only to this young man who District will nominate a candidate of a cloudburst and the electric lighthas chosen so wisely, but also to the for State Senator. I am a candidate privilege of Boyle county to furnish Willie B. West, Harry Rainey, ing plant was flooded, putting out all the nominee ;t the 1917 election benew circle of friends with whom this for that nomination. new bride is soon to be associated. I feel owing to the fact that my yond any question as hereinafter Robinson Cook, Edwin Walker and lights and leaving that city in darkHer high ideals of life and her beau- father. H. C. Kauffman. was horn shown. The county of Garrard fur- - Bert Embry have returned to take ness. tiful Christian influence will be felt and reared at Hustonville, in yourinished the nominee in 1897 in the up their work at M. M. I. B. W. Bourne and John Holtzclaw countv. that I am not n. shmnwr to person of Hon. Georce T.- Farris, who wherever she may be. Jim Cash For Assessor u...... Wj Immediately after receiving con- your II people, at least, 1 am not so in j wai eiecteu ana served during the have returned to T. U., at Lexington gratulations the bridal party left for feeling. Having been nominated sessions of 1898 and 1900. He was to resume their worrc. Chas. B. Doty, Rice Terrill and Popular Turnersville Democrat Anthe groom's father's, A. L. Rankin's, without opposition by my party for renominated and for the subsequent term, and served again Wallace Cotton left Monday for Akwhere a magnificent four course lun- Representative of my home county nounces His Candidacy cheon was served to over a hundred uarrara in iyj.o ana elected to thatiuullI,s u"e sssiuns oi ivvz ana mwi ron, 0., where they will accept posiguests. The house was gay with can- office by a majority of 118 in a coun following the tenure of Senator tions in the Goodrich tire factory of James N. Cash, of Turnersville. one of the best known and hardest dles and Christmas decorations, ty that is republican by over 250, I Farris, the Hon. R. L. Hubble, of that place. Hon. and Mrs. G. Clay Walker are , working democrats in Lincoln county, while the dining room was a veritable feel in presenting to you my claims Lincoln county, represented the distoday authorizes the Interior Jourfairy land. From a large bell in the that I have not only the united sup- trict for two terms during the ses- visitors in Cincinnati. Miss Margaret Cook has returned nal to announce his candidacy for ; ceiling red and green ribbons en- port of Garrard county democracy sions from 1904 to 1912 inclusive. twined with holly were dropped to the behind me, but a majority of the The county of Casey then in teVm from Louisville after a pleasant vis- the democratic nomination for Asfurnished the nominee in 1913 in the it to her friend Miss Gordser. sessor of Lincoln county. Mr. Cash corners of the table. On the center- people in the county. Mrs. N. Miller and son, Wm. have j is exceptionally well qualified for piece was an artistic wedding cake Having served as a member of the person of the present senator, Hon. by holly. After much last General Assembly in the Lower Charles F. Montgomery, surrounded who has returned from Cincinnati, having tne position ne is asKing oi nis party. music and merriment the guests do- - House I have had such legislative ex served during the sessions of 1914 been called there by the death of He is a large land owner and extenC. Hays Foster. parted wishing the popular young perience as in a measure fits me to and 1916. It is therefore clearly evi- Mrs. Miller's ' brother. Mr. John sive farmer, knows land values well, couple much happiness. Contribut- better serve you in the State Senate. dent that it is now the time and turn Schultze hich occurred in that city and no man stands higher in the will be a decided acquisition to the ed. community than he. He has worked My position upon public questions for Boyle county to furnish the nom- xuesaay. Wm. B. Mason, Jr., left Monday for years without ceasing for the staff of the institution, with which he is generally known by the record I inee4 in 1917 to be voted for at the will be connected in the future. election. made in the last legislature. All leg- November The last time for a visit of ten days inn Chicago. success of democracy and democratMISS BURCH ENTERTAINS Dan Elkin left Tuesday for Georg- ic nominees, and his friends say that J. R. Harris, who has been conislation that looked to the advance that the senatorship was held by a if any man deserves what little he is nected with the First National Bank On Saturday evening Miss Esther ment of Kentucky and her institu citizen of Boyle county was during ia. "Dr." H. Elliott left Wed- asking of his party now, it is Jim for several years, tendered his resig- Burch delightfully entertained at the tions received my heartiest support the sessions of 1890 and 1892, nesday toMilton up his take study of den-istr- y Cash. He has a host of warm friends nation, in order to assume the local Princess, the troupe, who so success- -' Owing to the four million dollar when the district was represented by at Louisville. all over the county who have already agency of the National Insurance fully presented "The Turn of the debt of the state, I cast my vote Judge R. J. Breckinnridge, now deMiss Rachel Henry is in Louisville gone to work to help him win this Company, formerly held by DT. Tide" at the opera house Xmas against all appropriations except ceased. The term between the incumBrummett, who has been transferred night. The table was covered with those that were absolutely necessary bency of Judge Breckinridge and the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ecton race, and they are predicting that he is a sure winner. to Harrodsburg. Mr. Harris has been beautiful Japanese linen and the hoi-- ! for the carrying on of the State In Senator Farris was held by Mr. J. C. Smith. being This the first of the year connected with this bank for a num- iday colors of red and green formed stitutions. Believing that so long as Lay, a republican, of Casey county. quite a bit ber of years and enjoys the highest a channing centerpiece. Two delight- the state is in debt and no way as Senators Farris, Hubble and Mont- ress. Mr. of moving is now in prog- R. C. ARNOLD SELLS HIS FARM and Mrs. J. W. Smith mov confidence of its management and ful courses were served. Covers were yet provided to pay the debt the best gomery, of Garrard, Lincoln and R. C. Arnold, who resigned his po- patrons, and it was with regret that laid for the coach, president and way was to at least prevent the debt Casey counties respectively, were ed into the house Vacated by Miss ! cifinn OT rTirt otL rn lr A- ; given the nominations pursuant to LilUV v. Grant;i. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. i.w iw lULiujii. : nu ii-- ; vice president of the W. C. T. U. from becominng larger. they gave him up. id luuivuit: vi a "Col. Ellsworth," 'Capt. St. ' Morris,"-"LilliaMy loyalty to the party and its the aforesaid party custom without Uickerson having moved to their a place to farm. He sold,, last week, Lacy," "Susie," "Frisky," nominees is well known to democrats opposition, and the Democrats of handsome home on Maple avenue; to A. T. Nunnelley his farm on the LINCOLN LODGE ELECTS Lincoln Lodge No. 60 F. & A. M. "Uncle Jonas," "Aunt Becky," Her- everywhere and during the recent i Boyle county feel that the same cour-sessi- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cornn and family Lancaster pike, about five miles from to the house which they recently Stanford, at $100 an acre. Ther.e are one of the oldest Masonic organiza- man Clyde," and "Pepper." Miss Gerof the General Assembly ltesy and fairness should be accorded purchased from tions in the state, held its annual trude Wilkinson, being absent Miss worked as best I could aiding the j them at this time. As a Democrat of and Mrs. Rainey J. W. Smith; Mr. about 52 acres in the tract. He and family moved bought from Mr. Nunnelley the house election of officers last week, the fol- Ellen Ballou was present as an hon- state administration to enact into Boyle county, I hereby announce my into their new home, recently occup- and lot on Logan avenue, recently orary lowing being chosen: "Susie." A most enjoyable law the platform" pledges of our par-- ! candidacy for the Democratic nomi-t- ied by Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Elkin, they occupied bv George Wood and famnation for the state senatorship from social hour followed. Those present Master E. C. Garman. were: Misses Esther Burch, Ellen One of the acute political ques- - the 18th. district subject to the ac- moving into the house vacated by ily, for which he paid $3,000. Senior Warden J. 0. Newland. Ballou and Bessie Moore, Mr. and tions of the day is whether our par- - tin of the party at the coming pri-t- y Mr. Dickerson ; Mr. and Mrs. George Junior Warden D. W. Walker. Mrs. J. S. Baughman, Dr. M. D. shall through its members of the mary. I have always lived in Boyle Smith, Sr., moved into their new WAYNESBURG MASONS ELECT Senior Deacon E. R. Coleman. Early, Dr. W. B. O'Bannon, Mrs. W. 1918 General Assembly be for the county, and have practiced law for house, recently bought of Mrs. Susan Junior Deacon G. H. Masters. Waynesburg Lodge No. 328, F. & K. Warner, Mi-- . M. C. Newland, Mr. submission to a vote of the people a the past eight years. Since reaching Fisher, on Lexineton street occunied A. M. elected the following officers at Sec ctury T. W. Pennington. Mrs. G. C. Rose; Mrand William Grimes and Prof. W. R. State wide Prohibition Amendment twenty one years of age. I have la bv Mr. Tand f-.TrensyrerSam Robinson. regular election of officers TVt. A. ,i ue xveney inuveul into tneir the week: annual Todd. Tvle:- John Meeks. to the State Constitution. My positi6n bored for the success of the party, " last on this question is known to a great and have for two terms been one of new home bought of Mr. George Master A. K. Caldwell many of you who watched the record thf county committeeman, and also Smith, Sr. HUTONVILLE MASONS ELECT Senior Warden A. C. Munsie. MOZART CLUB ENTERTAINS All the of the last legislature when this ques- served for four years as the Demo- rejoicing merchants in the city are Hustonville Lodge No. 184, of the Junior Warden Wallace Millard. over the splendid trade One among the' many happy Yule-tid- e tion was up for consideration. I was cratic commissioner. IMasonic fraternity, elected the folSecretary J. M. Estes. If I should be nominated and elect- they enjoyed Xmas and look forward parties was that given by the for the amendment and all other temlowing officers last week: Treosinv." H. H. S:ngleton. to 1917 as being the banner year. Mozart Club at the Paxton home on perance daws at that time, and so ed the people of the district can rest Master E. V. Carson. Senior Deacon F.. D. Cary. One of the most fantastic recep Wednesday evening. Miss Paxton, a voted to submit same and did all in assured that as their representative Senior Wardeny Mr. Ford. Junior Deacon Tom Ellis. member of the club, very kindly of- my power to have same submitted. in the Senate, I will not advocate the tions given during the holidays was) Tyler D. W. Caldwell. Junior Warden J. B. Riffe. tne one given Monday night, Jan 1st, Secretary S. P. Stephenson. fered her home for the entertain- If you elect me as your Senator, I cause of any special interests or par- in honor ment. The house w!1s artistically dec- will vote to submit this amendment ty factions, but will sincerely and hundred of the Seniors, about one PREACHERSVILLE MASONS and fifty being present to orated in evergreens and Christmas and do all I can to aid its passage in conscientiously endeavor to advance enjoy F. Middleburg the hospitality of the Juniors. & DerrickatWarner Lodge No. 561offbells and victrola music added to the the Senate of Kentucky at every and protect the interest of the people. A. M. Preachersville, chose hall was adorned with green icers for the following year last week gayety of the evening. The guests session while I am a member of that I will espouse the cause of economy The main trimminnp-Sthf Junior rol Varnie Moore, who holds a good were cordially received by Misses body. in the administration of the affairs and ffold follows: ors and the potted plants added much as Master 30b at Cincinnati came home Satur- Ballou, I expect to prosecute my canvass of the state, and try to assist in findPaxton and officers of the J. B. Hutchins. spent a couple of days of club, after which they were ushered for this nomination with all the vigor ing some relief from the financial to the halls. Delicious ices and cakes day and Senior Warden G. T. Lunsford. the holidays with his father and into the dining room where Miss at my command and hope to meet bondage that our Commonwealth has were served. Junior Warden John M. Cress. Mr. Wesley B. Dickerson, who has mother, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Moore. Carpenter served delightful frappe. every democrat in this Senatorial labored under for some years. The Secretary Cyrus Johnson. "Booze" played its usual part in Misses Farra, Grimes and Carpenter District personally between this date people of the state have directed the been attending M. M Jf has enrollMiss Sallie Mills Craig returned to the Christmas festivities here. Tho' weie on the entertaining committee and the August primary and talk with legislature by a constitutional amend- ed in the Lancaster High School. Randolph-Maco- n College Paul Bllioot has returned to Lex- school at very few of our own citizens were Delicious refreshments were served! you, my fellow democrats upon the ment to change and revise our presTuesday flight. seen under its influence. ent system of taxation. Possibly this ington, where he will take up his later on in the evening and the club issues that confront us, Ernest and Preston Miller came colors were well canied out in that Now sohcting your support in will be done prior to the 1918 ses- work at State University. ANOTHER GOOD FARM SALE Miss Florence Johnson left Tues- home and spent the holidays with way. Miss Paxton's hospitality was reaching my Jimbition to be your sion. However, there is no question The hustling local real estate firm their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. appreciated and the fortunate guests next State Senator, I am, but that our present system is archa- dav for Oxford College, Oxford, O. Miller. ic, burdensome, unjust and a handiideal early this week, by which W. T. Respectfully vours, had a most enjoyable time. eruest Postmaster Ernest Winfrey at cap to the progress and advancement H. CLAY KAUFFMAN. barles, sold his farm near McKinney James A. Beazley. Dunnville has resigned and Lucian to Charles Wilson, of Pineville, for YOUNG MAN BURIED HERE Mrs. W. A. Price was called to Ft. $10,000. Austin, commonly known as "Shorty" 180 HON. H. CLAY KAUFFMAN, OF GARRARD COUNTY, KENTUCKY. Pierce, Fla., by the illness of her acres and isThe place contains Earles is an applicant of the position. Mr. Leslie R. Alsup, aged 19 died e well located. Mr. daughter, Mrs. Rcy Orrell. Austin is an unflinching democrat, home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. also bought through the local firm, T. J. Price. Jr.. and his" visitor. house well qualified to fill the office, be- P. Alsup at Pittsburgh, Pa., last Friand Floyd Cole, both of whom are at- Mrs. Mossy lot in Middlesboro from sides is deserving young man.. The day night after an illness of pulmonWilson, for $4,500. tending S. M. A. of Virginia, left only objection than can be raised ary tuberculosis. The remains were Tuesday to take up their work. against him, is his diminutiveness. brought here Sunday night and the A DELIGHTFUL AFFAIR Last Monday night being the first He is 26 years of age and weighs 90 interment occui-rein the Buffalo Misses Hazel and Maud Stone Monday in January, all the business charmingly entertained pounds. He is a son of Mr.and Mrs. Springs cemetery Monday afternoon of 1916 was disposed of. L. E. Her-ro- n dinner on New Year'swith a course William Austin and a nephew of C. after short services by J. C. evening, in was elected chief of police and O. honor of Robert Cotton, of Morenci, F. Estes of Lincoln county. The deceased's mother was Buck. elected to serve as superintend- Michigan. Those present were: Missbody here would be glad to see a Miss Raines of this city. ent of water works to to collect city es Gertrude Jones, Marie Tarking-to- n, . Those "Shorty" get the appointment. who attended the burial taxes and chief of fire department. The officers of the Sunday schools were Clyde Raines, Mr. and Mrs. J. Cotand Nell Newland, Misses Matsy Grimes and Pattve ton, Howard Newland, Nathan Cot- here and at Green River gave the P. Alsup, of Pittsburgh, Pa., Mr. and Robert Perkins, of Stanford were visitors jton and Julian Tarkington. little folks a candy treat on Sunday Mrs. Walter Carson, Mrs. Bowen in town. Monday night and guests of morning before Christmas, which Goode, of Louisville, Mrs. John New-lanCecil Brown for the Junior reception CHICKEN STEALING CHARGED they seem to enjoy greatly. The Sun of Lebanon Junction, Mi. and Beam Band at the Baptist church Mrs. C. L. Raines, of Oneita, Ter.n. that night Mrs. Elizabeth Dillion, of Stan-- j who is charKed vith stealing had prepared a program which was ford, is visittng Mrs N. Miller and (chickens trom J. b. Murphy, on five well rendered and enjoyed by all the FOR BRIDAL COUPLE present. This little band of children relatives here. Hustonville pike, was arrested late Mrs. W. M. Bright and Mrs. Mordeserve much praise for their efforts last week and brought to jail here. to build up the Sunday School and. rison Bright entertained at an eleNews of the Churches He had the chickens and admitted gant course dinner the first of the do something for the Master. that he stole them but claimed that J. R. Wingate, who lives at the week comlimentary to Mr. and Mrs. Morning worship at the Christian he had gotten them from a negro Fogle place has moved to Norwood, Thomas Phelps Bright. Those who church Sunday, Jan. 7, at 10 o'clock. and not from Mr. Murphy. He was O., with the hope of obtaining work enjoyed the hospitality of these Evening worship at 7 o'clock; C. E. held to the grand jury. at 6:30. " I was glad when they said for his chTTTiren. He is a real fine hostesses' were : Mr. and Mrs. Robert old gentleman and made many Carter, William Grimes and Miss le tus go into the house of, the Lord." DR. GORDON ENDS TALKS friends here who regretted very Josephine Carpenter, Spalding Hill Presbyterian Church, Jan. 7. Dr. S. D. Gordon, much to lose him and his excellent and Miss Marion Grimes, Richard Sunday School at 9:55; The Comreligious lecturer, closed his family. Cobb and Miss Eleveree Cobb, Dodd munion service at 11 o'clock; C. E. series of "Quiet Talks" before the Miss Ruby Lee Fogle returned Skinner and Miss Blanche Barnette, meeting 6:30; Evening service at 7 churches of Stanford Thursday night. o'clock, v . home Saturday yafter spending two of Hustonville, and.Wm. Yager. Large congregations heard him at ev- weeks with friends at Benton. She At the Methodist church all regu erv service, and all who did. sav that says she came very near seeing W. J. lar service will be held Sunday. Sun- - he did them much good, awakening C. O. MASONS ELECT Bryan at some point on the route. day School" at 9:30; Preaching at anew their enthusiasm in the cause-o- f At a recent meeting of the MasonE. S. Fisher, of Danville was here 10:45 ami 7 P. M. Epworth League the Master. Sunday to see his old friends. Every- ic Lodge of Crab Orchard the f ollpw-in- g 6:30. officers were elected '"for" the body was glad to see Spears. Communion services at the. Baptist B. W. Leigh, of Hustonvile sold to. The Sunday School at the Baptist ensuing year: M. C. Morgan, W. M.; church Sunday morning. The pastor's Tom Crawford, of the same place a R. B. Young, H. G. Skiles, S. W.; M. M. Perkins. subject will be "Transfiguration." mare mule for $160. church has Evangelistic services' in the evening;! as superintendent and Herman Lucas J. W.; Hubert Collier, S. D.; E. L. Sunday school at the usual hour; all ' Robert W. Minor, a well known as secretary. They have made good King, J. D.; M. M. Phillips, Secretary; George B. Lyne, Treasurer; J. of the membershir" Is earnestlv re- - resident of the Fnrklnnd spption of officers and were entitled to an S. Duke, tyler. Boyle, died, Thursday. , quested to be present: On J I I Eu-banks, FOSTER GOES TO FIRST NATIONAL HOLTZCLAW Kauffman Announces Harlan For Senator i con-mo- re of the welfare of the state. If I should be your senator when this legislation comes up, I will vote to secure a system that is modern and just, and above all equal and fair to everyone. It is further evident that the question of submitting to the voters of the state a constitutional amendment providing for state wide prohi-tio- n will be brought before the legislature. I believe in the sovereignty of the people, and on the question I un qualif iedly say that I will vote to sub mit the amendment, as it is for the people, and not the legislature, to accept or reject this proposal. I will greatly appreciate the honor of representing the district as Senator, and ask for your support. Respectfully, JAY W. HARLAN. i vtl-i'n- l ! I ! -- -- C ed I -- ,,; rle 1 on y. -- u -- ! - -- . JZ.t,"? at-th- d Mc-Clar- y. for-mei- iy d, ed ! 0 Page Two The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, January 5,. 1917 -1- 917- live and work for their tax masters under the proposed tax law, they should resolve themselves into Happy New Year to You The Lincoln County National. Bank and The Lin- coin Trust Company, in presenting this statement of their financial condition at the close of the year, wish their many patrons, friends and friends-to-b- e a Happy and Prosperous New Year and invites your banking business either Checking or Savings Account, on their many years of unbroken record as a BANK FOR THE PEOPLE.- - : : : : : Condition of Condition of Combined Statement of the The Lincoln County Lincoln Trust Co. National Bank Stanford, Kentucky Stanford, Ky. DECEMBER 31, 1916 RESOURCES $345,325.17 130,000.00 10,000.00 Loans 1.00 RESOURCES .'...: Lincoln County National Bank and the December 31, 1916 Lincoln Trust Co. Stanford, Kentucky DECEMBER 31, 1916 U. S. and Lincoln County Bonds Banking House Loans Furniture and Fixtures. $24,638.90 2,692.49 Loans $27,331.39 U. S. Stock in Fed. Res. Bank 4,550.00 Balance in Bank Cash and due from banks 117,285.66 $607,161.83 RESOURCES $369,964.07 LIABILITIES LIABILITIES Capital Stock $100,000.00 Surplus 50,100.00 Capital Stock $25,000.00 Undivided" Profits 4,994.32 290.80 100,000.00 Undivided Profits Circulation Deposits 352,067.51 Guardian Funds 1,990.59 $607,161.83 Trust Funds 50.00 EARNINGS six months ending Dec. 31, 1916....$12,026.70 $27,331.39 Expenses, Interest, Taxes paid, Bad Debts Chgd. off 6,755.25 No dividends will be paid until the Funds to pay tax 2,271.45 Dividend 3,000.00 net earnings amount to 10 per cent $12,026.70 of the Capital Stock. : : : : : No. 5132 130,000.00 ty Bonds 4,550.00 Stock in Fed. Res. Bank.. Banking House 10,000.00 and Lincoln Coun- furniture ana nxtures.... l.uu $634,493.22 Cash and due from banks 119,978.15 LIABILITIES $1 25,000.00 Capital Stock Surplus and Profits 55,385.12 100,000.00 Circulation Guardian & Trust Funds 2J040.59 Deposits . 352,067.51 $634,493.22 Organized August 15, 1898 Lincoln Trust Co. Stanford, Kentucky DECEMBER 31, 1916 DIRECTORS Who Direct the Management The Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky STATEMENT OF CONDITION DECEMBER 31, 1916 of These Banks GEO. W. CARTER r Capital Vfr. $25,000 .Vice-Preside- Stanford Stanford Stanford Crab Orchard Stanford Stanford Stanford Stanford Stanford Stanford Stanford .'...Stanford Lancaster Stanford Stanford W. M. BRIGHT W. H. CUMMINS W. D. EDMISTON S. H. SHANKS President J. B. PAXTON CAPITAL $100,000.00 W. M. BRIGHT SURPLUS and PROFITS 50,100.00 J. W. ROCHESTER..Asst. J. B. PAXTON Trust Counsel A member of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland A member of the American This Company is authorized by law Bankers' Association to act in all Trust Capacities and is A member of the Kentucky subject to examination by the United Banker's Association States Government and the State of W. H. SHANKS Presid Kentucky and is owned by the J. B. PAXTON Shareholders of the Lincoln County W. M. BRIGHT Cashier J. W. ROCHESTER. Asst. Cashier National Bank, and both institutions H. C. CARPENTER Ind. Bookkeeper arc under the management of same j.Ind. Bookkeeper Officers and Directors. : : : : LEE HILL nt J. EMBRY, Jr., GOOCH Sec-Trea- s. Sec-Trea- s. LILBURN R. L. HUBBLE W. M. MATHENY J. N. MENEFEE, Sr., A. T. NUNNELLEY J. B. PAXTON J. W. ROCHESTER T. C. RANKIN W. H. SHANKS E. C. WALTON SVW4M'1L:.mk Vice-Preside- nt SMSueuxfznwr- - n III xsrf.ismm For County Attorney 4 banks for taxation. It reduces the tax on whisky to For Representative S. IS. Saitlet, 40 cents on the hundred dollars of Editor akd Proprietor H. G. SKILES. taxable property and relieves it of all For Jailer Entered at the posteffioe at Stanford, Ky., as W. A. CARSON. other taxation. Whisky is no.v assecond class mail matter. GEORGE F. DEB0RDE sessed at from ten to twelve dollars For Assessor Subscription Rates per barrel, as a basis of taxation; unJ. N. CASH Ath issues a week, per year $1.50 der the new law each barrel would Twice a week, for 8 months 1.00 Twice a week, for 6 months be taxed about ten cents or less, and .75 Twice a week, for 3 months 40 THE PROPOSED NEW TAX LAW this rate cannot be raised, pvpti if Once a week, either issue, per year 1.00 Subscriptions are Editor J. 7,1. Kichardson of the thorn. i. n Hfin; pa; to all; t, o... X.W..WV.UV.J, lit me uiaie lev- per stops when time for which it is paid, is up Glasgow limes, doesn t think much enue. Both these changes in the taxing more of the proposed new tax law Political Announcements. The Interior Journal is authorized to an- than nuite a number of other c,n- nounce the following candidates for office sub- try ediors who nave scrutinized it raised under the new law except by ject to the Democratic primary the first Saturday in August, 1917. (Announcement fee carefully and investigated its pro- - a tremendous increase in the assess-vision- s. for each county office is $10; for district of- of farm lands and city In the last issue of the Glas- nnnounceinent will be made until fee is paid j in the f,J't&tslret-lowin- g in auvance.j fow Time,, he dUced it terms: creased as they can be, bankrupt For State Senator . JAY W. HARLAN The new taxing-pla- n suggested by every farmer and owner of real estate H. CLAY KAUFFMAN legislative committee of the last m the state. the The Times will, from time to time For Sheriff legislature, is an abomination in ihe call attention to other bad points in s. J. H. LIVINGSTON. sight of God and M. S. BAUGHMAN. It clears the way for an immense this astonishing document a docu-dW. S. DRYE. icit ,and leaves only the ownors of m?"t. conceived in sin and shapen in For County Judge real estate and farming land to pay iniquity and that will, as surely as night follows day, throw Kentucky M. F. NORTH. that deficit. T. A. RICE It practically releases all cash in mto the republican column if enact- ed into law. Every tax payer should at once mmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmm make it his business to find out how nis senator and representative stand POSTED! on this issue. If they will not state plainly and clearly their position then We, undersigned, prohibit ,a citizens meeting should be held hunting the every of sort, fishing and and these gentlemen called out. This is no time to mince words or dally in other trespassing upon our property: i action. Mrs. Catherine Ador, J. Frank The agricultural prosperity of the Smith, S. C. Rigsby, Fred Nikula, state and the fate of the democratic John Hertzog, W. W. Pitman, Mrs. party is in the balance. Zurbrugg, Mrs. Geo. And after that Editor Richardson ArnoldGooch, David Stephens,Logan, M. R. C. says the following about the measure J. Dudderar, Thomas Montgomery, J. L. and its effects,, in paragraphic shape : Beazley and Miss Florence Givens. i There are farmers In Barron mnntu Frank Thomnson. Miss Mattie H. ,wno can De compelled to pay from IHewes, W. G. Gooch, J. H. Thomp . $5,000 to $10,000 under the proposon, F. L. Thompson, J. "K. Helm, S. sed taxing-laH. Bauerhman. Will Cordier. A. T. i The Kentucky farmer, when he Traylor, John PoDenhaeen. J. E. j nays his taxes under the propsed new law, will pay in proportion to his Bruce, A. L. Thompson, M. F. Lawrence. Oeorce Ti. Sudrliitli. .Tas. a Diary to lie out ot being robbed. If the farmers of Kentucky care to Farmer. The Interior Journal J. S. OWSLEY. ment-valuati- jJ "SJ on ZlsXi X tax-payer- ef NEWS ST&?4DS on January 7 and 8. This will be visible generally in North America. On &r the 23rd of January there will be a partial eclipse of the sun, however, not visible to North America. On ii June the 19th, another partial eclipse 1 of the sun' will be invisible to North America. However, a total finlfnsp nf By Being Constantly Supplied Wf& the moon will occur on July 4, but will in no way interfere with the InJViAGAZINS dependence celebration, as it will "Bedford's Black-Draugh-t. WRITTEN SO YOU CAH UNDERSTAND IT not be visible to this country. Again, the latter part of July will bring anAll the Croat Events in Mechanics, cngineerinz and Invention throughout other partial eclipse of the sun, which the World, are described in an interestMcDuff, Va. "I suffered for several will be visible neither in North or ing manner, as they occur. 3,000.000 years," says Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, u bouth America. America will also readers each month. his place, "with sick headache, and miss the inn's eclipse on December ShM NatlS - P2eM each Isroe tellear r nndbetterwajstodothinpiln ;omach trouble. 14th. Three days after Christmas, the shop, ana now to make repairs at home. Ten years ago a friend told me to tr 1917, nearly the whole of North Amatecr Mechanics isjacesof original Indoor and outdoor ihedford's which I did America will witness the total eclipse sports and play. Largely contructi?e: tell i;id 1 found it to be the best family medi- of the moon. how to build boata. motorcycles. wireleu. etc cine for young and old. FM SALE IT 35,090 NEWS DEALERS 1 keep Ak tout fca!er to hw you copy: ir not cumWnt ht SOME MORE JOBS OPEN on hand all Ihc to news Und. and SI. 53 for jnr's subscription, or fifteen cents for current- issu to the publishers. .ime now, and when my children feel t The Civil Sen-icCommission at Catalogue ot Mechanical Boots free on request. idle bad, they ask me for a dose, and POPULAR MECHANICS MACAZINE them more pood fhan anv mptrrt Washington announced last week that 6 North Michigan Avanua, Chicago examinations will be held at several they ever tried. We never have, a long spell of sick- Kentucky cities on January 3rd, for ness in our family, since we commenced positions as deputy collectors of the Popular Mechanics offers no premiums: does not Join in "dabbing offers." and jsing employs no solicitor to secure subscriptions 4 Internal Revenue Bureau for adminThedford's ht is purel istration of the Harrison anti narco vegetable, and has been found to regu- tic act. About sixty-fiv- e such positions aie weak siomacns, aid digestion, & Co.. L. indigestion, colic, wind, nausea, are to be filled, the salary being 0 leadache, sick stomach, and similar a year, with traveling expenses ;ymptoms. and subsistence .when on special duty. It has been in constant use for more than 70 years, and has benefited more The Kentucky cities where examinations are to be held- are Ashland, Cs&g&'L han a million people. dsRStoSsMv Your druggist sells and recommends Bowling Green, Covington, Hopkins-vill- e, Price only 25c. Get a Lexington, Louisville, MiddlesPackage y. Er- N c in boro, Owensboro, Paducah and 'ff ' A "BOOB STATE" ?fet. Contents 15 Fluid Drachm California ' is still bristling with indignation over an attack made on riFWTTmrTxH that state for the part it played in For Infants and Children. ntn iTiir' iAmm the election. Tle Chicago Tribune, was an ardent Hughes supporter. When it became evident that California, by its vote had changed an apparent Hughes victory into defeat, 4The Tribune gave vent to its emotions .. it i tift? fiENT. in a wrathful editorial in which it i?k AVcgefaWePrcparationforAs- remarked : : f.i:nr. hn unn nv nLwuiu "By giving Wilson the vote it did, ,.:" ", 1int thcSlomachs and Iforcjsor California, with its record and Wili son's record, presented itself as the champion boob state of' the Ameri IhcrcbyPromotopigcslion can republic." The result is what might have been neither Opium,Morphinc nor expected. If there is a state in the . Mineral. NoTNXncoTic union that is proud and sensitive, it is California. Nearly every paper in the TJ Pamplin Sad .,'Ct) state took occasion to inquire indigJijcUilt Suits hiS"3 nantly, "Are We Bobs?" and to exMiseSerd o'J(i J'fpsirr.ir.t press its opinion of the d S Jit Carbonate iciz H . "World's Greatest Newspaper" in apWarm J , acjiriiJSiyir propriate terms. Republican papers joined with their m 1r..tDrmcllvfor m t ur. vv r Democratic contemporaries in resentGonstipalionaiulDiarrhoea. . ing the imputation. Many of them demm anil Fcvcnsnnp: clared that, while they disagreed with SLEEP lOSS OF the verdict of the majority necessariresulting ttercfronvml!l;1:incy-ly a "bunch of boobs." They pointed of Signature out that American freedom is built ' ' ... ' on acquiscence in the verdict of the Compaq. majority that a majority vote be... liin Gentauu '. : i comes the voice of the people, and is WEwJLUsSp therefore entitled to respect. They condemned the Tribune as a "bad loser." And they were right. Regardless of the issues at stake, it's silly for any Cony of Wrapper. TMC CINTAUn COMPAMT. NW VODK CrY man or newspaper to act the poor ''"'"STSSFfGW ljti.l1J,l,Lii,WWP sportman when an election is lost, or vent disappointment in abusing people of other minds. Every citizen has HOGWALLOW HAPPENINGS GREENING'S BIG DEAL a right to vote according to the dicirrom nogvanow Aentuckianj John M WatefSf of the Kat tates of his own conscience. So has A balloon ascension Saturday was railroad with headquarteis at every city and every state. And by all those present. After tt i. . j speaking broadly, every conscientiji.cwi:xu, spent a cuuujb oi uays Julio, going up-- for a few hundred feet the Christmas with his mother, Mrs. ous vote is right. Moreove, when an . c- -c uai-l0 earui in Rhoda Wat an(j sjsters her(J r election's over, it's over. Every good a parachute so that he could go up' man done spIendidly since American conducts himself according' again some time. ly. Owensboro Messenger. leaving home a few years ago, and Sim Flinders was called to the ' seems to be "going up" rapidly. He Kibs neighborhood this week to says that one of the biggest and rich- Mr. Bryan deserves all the honor Lalt accorded him yestarday and last ev- keeps on he formerly of Lincoln and with will be one of the biggest ' in ening in Washington. He quit the . . Ttianv friPnrls nil nvnr Viic nni n? Wilson Administration because he poimcians m entucky Kentucky. Mr. Greening has been i oldnev Hocks is huilflinf n fpnro of V,,J feared it was too militant, but unlike it t i. many others of the same mind, he around a pig he traded for last week, of Parsons, for several years, own-Mi- ss did not rush into the arms of a canFlutie Belcher is back from lnff the control, which he bought at didate, who was practically committed the "as just sold out teacher's institute at Tickville. to war in both hemispheres. In loyalty to party principle, as well as faith- and now lifts her eyebrows when she another prominent Kansas capitalist fulness to an idea, he has given the iams. is ngunng on Duymg the control of country a fine example of fidelity and The Excelsior Fiddling Band sere- - oncL? the biKKest and richest banks common sense. New York World. naded the deputy constable last night 01 UKlanoma lty' UKa" The Middlesboro Three States, The joint Commission on Unifica- He has suspected foul play for some paper tion between the Methodist Episcopal time and now he is convinced of it. which has been a church and the Methodist Episcopal Ellick Hellwanger shot at a crow for two years, has gone back to weekchurch, south is in session at Balti- setting on the straw stack pole on ly publictaion. Over eight hundred country papers in the United States more. There are 25 commissioners from each church, composed of bish- Musket Ridge Tuesday of this week. have been forced out of business by ops, ministers and laymen. The task His gun hung fire and the crow was the fearful increase in the cost of of this body is to agree upon and in great suspense while waiting to white paper, from which there appears no relief in sight at present. formulate a plan of unification, know his fate. which will be submitted to the general conference of each church. UniECLIPSES IN 1917 versal Methodism is urged in earnest prayer for divine juegment up on this During the year about to betrin. commission, that the result of its 1917, there will be seven eclipses. work may prove satisfactory and four of the sun and three of the z iQv HT. t5k n idv . . may culminate in the greatly desei-v-emoon. Of this number, though only union of Episcopal Methodism. two will be visible in North America. The first astronomical phenomenon EACH MQNTtS FT will be the total eclipse of the moon Q& ALL 'tnpli mm .... ,. m mmi'm w mM -- sfrJj m M Hl B m M liU.MlllSIU iwnv Always Bears the Signature of If S HB H Wm B SV ifiin & if Mothers Know Tiiat uyio Genuine Gastona a- - self-style- : ft I , I I Fac-Simil- c F For Over . . Thirty Years Par-enjoy- ed . u.,i ( ...... t 'tse semi-week- ly d 3iU BIUnJftS 360 ARTICLES -- 'Mmrnm ;RI0US SICKNESS POPULAR Black-Draug- ht, Black-Draug- e - Black-Draugh- t." Black-Draug- re-ie- ve $1,-60- wUA$m6$n lh J. iteazley - Black-Draug- ht. to-da- Undertaker 'mer Phone 42, Stanford. K.y. J ROOMS FOR RENT Over W. H. Higgins' Store Corner Main and Depot Streets ! New Year Goods Galore Cut Glass, China, Community Silverware, Carving Sets, Pocket Cutlery. Aluminum and Nickel Plated Ware; Dinner Sets at Special Prices. Fruits, Candies, Nuts, Figs Raisins, Dates, all at low prices. -- w. I I :::::: GEORGE- H. FARRIS - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, January 5, 1917 DEMOCRATIC FORWARD "In the second place, let me say thr.t. it must be an unselfish Democracy. Tho campaign to . Alexander. President of man who would enlist in .thisbe willing to Dr. A. j make the Forward League, spoke in part as serve Kentucky dry must The Democrat in tho trenches. roj W3: who would allow his personal ambition to "The fight against the rule of the liquor hinder or delay the triumph of this rightinterests in Kentucky has been a long eous cause is not worthy to bear its and hard one. We have b. en compelled stainless Hag. If we enter the conflict to meet this influence in everj Legisla-rigthis spirit of service ln our heart?, ture in the last twelve years, and no with enemy, powerful as it is, can not the on its merits .ustion can be settled check our forward inarch. l, Kver.y i cause pf such interference. Watch the Other Fellow. pur-b- e Introduced, no matter v. "re "It must be a vigilant and discriminatPose, has to be made to lit into the n ing Democracy. The liquor element will jvery ; scheme ot the liquor lobby, " lator who had the temerity to strike a not put avowed wet candidates in the 'CK. In many Legislative and Hena- -t blow against this great evil must expect field. his pet measures to be knifed, his per- torial districts. Democrats who have been and persistently and even his character Speech of Senator Beckham sonalthreatened. assailed are men before consistently men who fought thcwet' all county, their lives, life There Senator Beckham said me who could give their personal testi- unit law at every step in its progresw, Monster Banquet Addressed By Bryan, Beckham, McChesney, Maker. is something more important "The most embarrassingin part: "There experience I must are announcing their candidacy and dethan that for you to consider, and that encounter when I am out of this State, mony to this. This state ofisaffairsfinally claring for submission, and in some in- not A question U whether you will be his partner and especially at your national capital, is when not continua. I am stances for adoption. We do not pretend until is settled Alexander and Sommers is Held In Louisville. flmre the moral responsibility. There is I occasionally meet citizens of other States settledthat noit man couldright, and to say that these sudden conver-- i look something the saloon needs besides cus :uiu in some instances or otner countries. sure of the men before me andinto the sions might somebf genu' lie. but there is J b not fail to tomers, something it needs besides cap who lmvo not been tn Tventiii-kv- . and their faces too much at stake to DUt in positions t ltal to run, something it needs besides the hst comment when told that I am fronj see that this time it shall be settled right. of responsibility men who have had all liquor that it sells: It needs the votes that Kentucky enemy's camp, espeThe Legislative Contests. with a smile, 'The State where their training in bring it into existence. Legislators Who Stand Not Only For Submission But For Adoption furnishes the capital gets The man orwhoj they makeiswhisky. Thev undertake to be "For manv years we have been striving cially when triedthe true veterans aro and dividend pleasant about it. but it is irritating to to get the very best laws obtainable from available. terest on his investment. The man who me. I resent the Idea that this great "In keening, with the 'conversion of Legislature. An increasing success g Year the liquor gets profit on his product. monwealth of ours with the noblest and our crowned our efforts. Prior to 1S01 we these Ot Amendment By People To Be Campaigned For This enemies of the cause, sim- -. out tne men who furnish tne votes get no most chivalrous manhood and with the has some twenty-fiv- e announcement dry counties, but ultaneous with thelegislative honors, oft had dividends and get no interest. Thev lust loveliest and sweetest womanhood on earth this was accomplished through special en- their candidacy for is get the disgrace of being a silent partner should bo advertised abroad alone for its actment. After the new constitution was the recent hypocritical declaration of the with men who would .not be seen on the production of those things that destroy was leading whisky newspapers of the state ); Louisville Ky Jan . street with them or allow them to come the citizenship of any country". I tell them adopted the aLegislature passed what the that they favor submission. .1 It Is butt county unit law, but considered as politely as I can under such circum- courts construed it as merely a precinct another part of the conspiracy to throw' Given an impetus such as no moe-tlia- t ti,e success of the Democratic party within their walls. stances that that remark will not go in unit law. More dry territory was added, the temperance Democrats off their guard, in the future depends upon taking the Organizing Dry Democrats. ment ever before inaugurated in Ken-- i right side of this question, -i a few years, is rapidly ap- however, and thus it was an advanced make them believe the fight for submis- fight i "They say if we do not have the saloons proaching in that the time siort is all oveV. and while they are rtucky has probably known, the Kentucky when we will not step. they will sell anyhow. Well, they won't make whisky and I hope it will only be Meeting. alleged fact, the ,Tne "In 1906 there was passed a county unit joicingto over this General Assembly 'wets I for a Democratic Legislature that will hope made elect a enough to tell you make me their partner by boasting of a very few years, and I am willing to ue- - measure which, however, exempteu mu up "They of their 'promisers, who would either ' properly submit at the 1918 session tUat x came a thc way from Miami, in tneir lawlessness in advance. We all speak ' vote every energy and every talent that I nicipalities of over 3.000 inhabitants. This submission real nns.n. tifis- to you liriiif nlmnf n to we desired and yet it find some excuse to defeat the a palpable the question of amending the consti-- ' Southern Florida,here. speak be entirely ac- - of anarchists without praise, but the who sihlo theintime when there wnoeililv a saloon was far from what advance. bill outrigh. or would pass nnarchists are not these little fellows is not crats assembled To was' distinctly an tution of the State to prohibit .he c.ur.,tP. i roc(.ived this Invitation after I carry red flags in little parades and speak nor a distillerv nor a brewery anywhere "In 1912 the present county unit law was mite, iiiupeniuve anu wonniess, anu iiiua j cause corners. - They are just few in had passed and under its operations we now delay theForward for five years.must be an i manufacture and sale of intoxicating what decided to come to Lexington, and on street and very small in influence. The in this fair commonwealth. . Democracy "This was it that brought me to Lexing- numbers have 106 dry counties. This, of course,- intelligent Democracy. We i.ust meet Believes Amendment Certain. liquors, and to that end electing Sen ton? It was a meeting of eight hundred real nnnn-hlstof this rm.ntrv in m,mi.rr . .. is the best we .... ... .. have had up to.1 the pres- iLJu.Mims : ! .tw. un- anr power are the men who stand be."I ',0 iiJKumeiiia iviui iuuMiit'M i..ui. --- " ators and Representatives who be j college boys and girls, assembled from this and inthe. liquor bushiesT and boast that- kindness not sav t,lat intoward spirit of who e?l ....me a , y or hostility those To illustrate, the information is easily I hind C' who came there 2 yond doubttfnvnr sucn an nmpndment ' entire Vnlon.flpht for nationaU to help they will defy the government and dis- - are engaged in ." al " ?'nr;V"ls,"1 that anlze the Bvery one of these advances we have had obtainableamong the states that have voted '. dry are tne most prosperous or ."-- ; ll """ methods of waged without ces- - My friends, when I set the 'iSfTi for coming uiit: ie laws, .iinu, my menus, (10 you"."v us , to meet the bitterest and most is on and Will be light ",0 the Union: that their taxes are lowers those who me thst the Democratic party can afto Lexington and was sation until the people have spoken also, I fixed the same invited to come here ford to take their side and be known as l.v using defamation of character, by in- - . rupulous YmnoBitiOT en& every means and their bank balances larger than in J day. and these two defeat them: tne wet stales: that in our own siato.i 1,K,Uin the August primary election. '" l"iu ' '""' oi that t'tn.i n.r; cause Jo so lust fiint .,, ,nust expect the same until we nave the cost of criminal prosecutions and occasions have amply justified me in takWe .. . n frlomie ino South. It inir? No. trip from liquor entirely iiuiii um uimuuii- - penitentiary, asylum and other state exThe inauguration of this campaign ing the my heart to the Sunny college stu- the door of niv hope to the Democratic partv we do not need to indulge in personalities iuueji see these cheered wealth. penses, directly traceable liquor, in this its was marked by a monster banquet dents, clean faces, clear eyed, assembled in order to lie in the gutter with these to insure see successengaged great fig'-it-. "Such have been the steps in our fight overwhelmingly greater thantothe taxes are tho those that busipeo'ple. Thc not L '"'P0 to there consecrated this great cause. The has never hndnp city of Louisville, the it cheers mo nonetothc less to see the And die of deliriumDemocraticorparty must in a ness succeed in life and theyinshould take so far. party battle Always havebeen a stfiff rppU-held in the from tremens he 'buried repthere In round numbers, thf llriiior business 1 strictly one. .. .. w.-- rii i ii r" liquor nn ,...,.,, tiimv lion,, initnv ....- Trimwiu .... .w. ...... tnv ........... o stronghold of the alliedMvhiskey and resentative Democrats of Kentucky assem- drunnard' c fii.lYC linth Ftr- lie Tlfl nwnMKI IIS 111 pays into the State the taxes I Rather in their sails because I be- - ,)0th mallthe must close the shloons bled here, f at parties i wish, how- - Sbou.uuu.uu a year, anuTreasury in in tne brewing interests of the State, on last stimulating and with no foaming beer or we"They say if we compensate them. Well. shouldl"i,L in io puimnii ' whisky showing an enthusiasm my snouiu at least one fact, expenses to which I lanes out. "'re certain than that cumnexti "fict to call vour have referred, e future more the friends, if they had saved the money Thursday evening. At this bacquet, that no drunken crowd could emulate. "eZrats my b of wheh Legislature of Kentucky spent in trying Nm,e of thT advance stps $1,100,000.00. meet the 'confiscation' argu"I am not here because I think you they have they would have to corrupt gov- - t"e people of this State awill submit to , Tvell by the .Democratic which was given "We must constitutional nameJ' eminent enough to reIn need me. I here tauen by either of the He- - ment with plain statement that proForward League of Kentucky, of spiration andamreceive rather to borrowyour lire iiieir uiiwii ituui:-h- : iiiuuiuuiuh publicanwe nnii fn nur nr Mnutuns;-strength from administrations which have gov- hibition is the confiscation; that there not in whiph T)r. A. T. A. Alexander, of i determination and your enthusiasm. Why without loss. Down in Texas they got and that can 1010 a the earliest day upon erned Kentucky in the last two decades. is no purpose to take a penny of any get yote. an overwhelming Every advance has been under Demo- hold of their books a few years ago and which we my friends, have in your midst Woodford County, is .the head, about at yonr ta'u,Je one wllo fs a vcteran and iney iounu now mucii tney had contrib- majority of our people will adopt it. TVfft nomnnrtltin fi1tV man's property away from him: that the nwittn Innilnnnliii. ln uted to .the corruption of Texas politics. p.og- - J?jJR Court has held that no man has fight compared with myself, and how of SRtrTh5reV;,ftfr11 the five hundred men were seated and tliis " ,.. nation liquor, may me outside of Kentucky. anu iney iounu tne letters that they had aJmi Rrpnp'nttVn1? in.hiJV to It is no mere coincidence that of the scn8 that amanufacturethe right in the man has to till m,ent heard words of advice and counsel ever hesimply aid I nin Beckham's lieutenant when written explaining and directing how the t mislead ,an.d people of Kentucky. Hut the twenty.flve states that have now gon e the soil, but that he merely has a privithe slush fund should be used for the corrup- i llrv nearly ali gave tiejr electoral vote lege, granted him by the sovereign peolips of William J. Bryan, I come to your State. from the tion of politics, and that disclosure was "me has passed when any man or even . Ken- - ple under the law, and that against liquor As tfie dominant party I authority United States Senator J. C. "W. Beck- it "I ampoison that, takenbecausethe believe partly responsible for the fact 'that last PaP"- can say a word of defense in favor tuckv lt snouId be the one to in is a lead in that conferred the privilege the the same human into has summer over .'500,000 Texas Democrats of t!0 defenseless saloon. this 'light, ham, the Hon. H. V. McChesney, the system, impairs the physical strength and went to a prlmarv right to withdraw it at Us pleasure. If Tlle 0,,,.r argument upon which they and voted, and a ma-mental energies the this does not satisfy the contender, we first man to make a race in Ken- - of the man, and Iand menaces what I family more ncccni tvcn. iriiy voteu IO SUOUllt tile prollillition "" mie ii i me rcuimiinc ii have done could may simply remind him that he is es State-wid- e nendment to the voters of Texas. And tu,e ',loa tj'at they would inculcate into the pro- - to persuade men not to use the stuff at seem, however, that in the topped to raise the question, as he has i tucky on a platform for ..It Would tout a year ago they had a suit in Penn- - minds of the people of Kentucky, that this last ejgilteen months this position of declared his undying loyalty to the coun- anu l nave ,)ccn more interested in nibition, Editor TTarrv faommers, of t au' young mcn tl)an ln tho oia onps x lvania, and when they called on the s a reat industry in our .State, that it leadership is imperiled. It is hardly tlJe ty unit law, one by one and asked them to pears a large part of the burden of tara- - es&ary fol. me lo recount the events of character of under which exactly the same Elizabethtown, and Dr. Alexander. Col. would if I could rescue every old man alleged confiscation has betn S. PVorv lirowor nn. tillll ill OUT COUIltieS, cities i wbo ,,as for"c(1 tue habit,-bu- t, knowing on going ..... for a . dozen years. j "Hut, my friends, it takes only a little r. n. Lfliianan, nf Louisnie, Vice ,low diUicuIt lt ls t0 break tl)e hablt wlien swered that on the ndrleo of his . ....1 w loniiwi-?- i t w. viTiIfil-- tt nil n !H'( l. ni.tl.' answer without incrlmin'at- - c.0I"nion sense to" meet such a fallacy as tIry platform was elected Governor by a ' begin Jresment oi tne Democratic forward it is once formed, I have devoted my time he could notnnrt ho tnnt liiinspir n '..,. ti... that. The liquor business docs not pay si mm the young men rather League, was toastmaster of the ban- formed tothe habit, and I who have not criminal's defense. That is what theyr did anv taxes at all. Whisky and beer do not ,.,wi,t. r candidate t, who stood for ev-- I front of us. In my judgment, one of the Democratic have signed quet. light haidest fights in front of us is the pledges with them more than I can re- in Pennsylvania, and the Democratic party I,a-- anv, taxes. Such taxes as are collect- - t.ry advance step in the ll,v'"1 " member and I stand ready until I die to uare not uecoiup tne partner or criminals V" y" products ""- - """' lul-products tliem- - ,i was elected to the United states senate nation of Democratic legislative candl- and those The gathering was probably the sign willr anybody anywhere and at any to continue their business in this country. tll"so Dy a maj0rHv of 32,000. One year ago a c'ates in the coming August primary who V, v. uemocrauc candidate on a reactionary - wi-- i not only vote for the suomibsfon of a never and most representative held in Kentucky time liquor promisebeverage.to use intoxicatQuestion of Compensation. "I believe as firmly as I believe anything, platform was elected Governor by a ina- real prohibition amendment on the final ing as a years of experience and of observa- - j0rity of less than r00. One fact is roll call, but will use every honorable "They say that we must , compensate aft-in years. Judges, court and county , , . . .. ... lifkTl OMfl ll l f lino. ...I. .... we jiaseii Moral Phases. Economic and ""lu- "vii, mien ""'" laws against "" """ T.'lfof nL'll(t.iltli. .v,imlklf " auunuantiy uemonstrateu oy mese hk- - means to a :vanco It to a vote. It ia officials, .lawyers, ministers of all dethe carrying of concealed weapons we did JJ10 "ulJtp.1' "I5ut I am not content merely to pery."r stato ""ances, that u,.ess The Democratic party is the doin- - going to take some of our time." and in physicians, editors of suade while we can take advantage of inn. nominations, i h 'mi i me nuiKcrs ot revolvers "K i";'u inant party only when it can annex a con- maiv instances all of our courage. Men 7.7mil Kentucky newspapers and business- legislation to save men from the curse tor the destruction of their business, and J1'"0l10 from a revonuc standpoint lbpior Kuierabel part of the increasingly large who have hitherto h?!d aloof lrom active complete elimination 5f the we pass so today face to do ,0 independent vote. Another fact just as work must enter vigorouslv into the cam- up of drink. And legislative we are of this when eiimpeiisaielaws on any subject we In- men from all over the State made iiol tne people who have may iruui nu nwic, a phase face with the nai thoroughly demonstrated is that this in - paigt.. for we enemyrest assured that not can nappen a man' of the will be Idle. In de the throng. No meeting ever held in question, and if you will bear with me vested in business rlmt- trint-- fim ,.imi.....u notlihig mean more to in mis niaie mat dependent vote is almost solidly dry. the foundation ot just "Uepublicai!3 moments want to present of the law. and of all both of these the would time ami the State exceeded it in enthusiasm, for you a fewarguments Ithat are making liquor business is the the businesses that industries, and to the commercial develop- - factiJ thorou :hly recognize it by throwing chiing just how much preliminaryenergy you can give to to two last business and show Juiht. or overboard t ir cargo. One does not have1 bear in mind that this opposition hna an of- the than hundreds who were unable to get a this country prohibition. One is an eco sliould have asked for compensation. Wliv, ment traffic, btate merely the suppression sa- the my friends, these men have known the that to close the tn and the other is nroi...et to seat at the banquet waiting out- nomic argument economic argument aIsmoral i kihu oi ousiness tney were engaged in; ' '"" .""t notprniunn iuu iuanuiaaiiiu. 0 bf n Democratic realize what the future almost unlimited eorrimtion ftnI at Its party in Kentucuy is command, iney ioast that they irgument. The this, the nave Known mat they threatened hu- - ' '" ri la "" reason to legislate against the si,0uia its present course be continued, one hundred million dollars invested in oxicatlng liquor is , '"ey side until the speaking was begun. that as the use of you legislate also against x meet this situation, to restore the their Kentucky plants. They have I en man mo even ror tne mm nrnfn ilr saioon unless an evil, no community can afford to per All were Democrats, the standing-umit tne establishment or an institution They know the number of drunkards that tlloso cdncerns which furnish the products jjrand old Democratic jiarty to its proper Dating these tiLints for taxation at .ilv of their communities, and the that cannot live except as it injures the they trained for drunkards' graves, and that are sold in the saloons. commonwealth, to restore a little more than "eight 'milions. so if men? ' place in oui their people of the community. anybody asic yon His Interest In the Question. that commonwealth to its proper place been boast is correct onthey have evidentlyo word in every mouth was that control you the saloon is a goodIf thing for tells jei meythat they to give them back anv dodging taxes may lose bv investing the other ninuty-twthe orthe money "This is a great fight. I have been In- in the nation were the objects inForward-' million?, in order to accuciutrtttt a of the Democratic party must be community, let me give you two answers. in a business that they fully understood. terested In a number of issues in this ganisation of the Democratic campaign fund. "My answer is let them give back to the League. wrested from the domination of the each one conclusive. Tllrt ll,.of- !l- lofr "We lnve th- greatest respect for a)! Ifnnl ,M.i.. mother the boy they took from her and State and in this country since I first "Its leaders have been chosen from liquor interests and the prolnbi- - this country and you will not find a sign- - ..;..uiii -iu a iiruuivard s grave: let them came to manhood and took an interest and men who are not in politics, who seek the organizations that have fought for allied r. i Y "i Pa l" political anairs oi me iaie no office, but who are very deeply inter- - prohibition through the yijs that are ... iniituiiu in 11111,111 ntw board advertising that . Ill II1V CIV Trt rn tion amendment submitted by a Leg- - gives the number ofa town or city town, give b.nek- to the wifV. tl. w. ... lilir I.H. nmnirtf "..i inej aeniieratei.v rohhQd her; let them give "" tlm y.uui..,, never heen inv ....... ...j nested in the welfare oi our btate and our behind us. ..i one won!. uiHlercsttnutlt saloons in the hns ouestion tlu- great ...m i., .,.i ,...,.i,i vrftrk. or piom lslnture made un of men who favor it back to orplian children the fathers whom ..n.i P"y- - We advocate the candidacy 61 no detract from theof their that iserdue in honor thrm. of facceDt '" so far " V,mt j ll,,1l,,a,converted, honestly and who cannot be swerved they think attractive, the number colleges.- they first drunkards' into brutes and then i " of fnroaolun- - Tncal- - may I'.ut this task is so big that it demands drove to graves, and then wo houses, advance our cause. To fZefit People m State in the mat- - tories. banks, businessI challenge you to will talk about compensating them for from their determination t,,at 1 ,iave ""ntton. we reai,.z,e the services of a gresit political iwrty schools, churches, but ii Fortunately, too We lo win the vlctorj. find a billboard between the two ocears any pecuniary loss tliey may surfer. Let ti ?," I do In must be taken . ter. tr- tc not onfv from lhilt certain steps educ-iitwon iu lor Democratic that tells the number of saloons any city them nrive back the price of things of Jo ti4v rlt J..'. bonfire nttion ic- - ..must most iinuortant fight (.ur has yet its right to espouse Kentucky hasKwry this cause. , Mr. Bryan, who made the principal has when they are inviting people to come which they have deprived .... 'A. that the sneietv hefnre lejuu-. .. ....... temperance law on our statute books hak in 11 .......n.. lliw net fr 111VIJ1VI 11'1'lllllIieilKI llir Till! joiced in any mine limn a nan- my own. eei wii'eil IKIk speech of the occasion, declared the am.t!iis t,a'm. 'no saloons,' but none of them changing of their bus'iness buildings personal success of "They say We must see that in every district re been written there by the Democratic from to see the growth of that sentiment and sale of intoxicating Say 'saloons.' You cannot lind a Board of disreputable to respectable. botii branches pally. We do not mean that there waro manufacture throughout the country. Yon see it 'H liably dry candidates forenter the Dem- - ''n ,me !!r-- .' Trade, don't i'Pnlins who voted for Chamber of of the Legislature shall the brick out liquors to be the greatest menace to mercial aClub or a civicCommerce, a Com- - if "We close take saloon. We of a wall this State. You can go to your the bills, but the measures were Demo- we organization that the siniplv re- capital and see it there, and you will Iaocratic primary next August. e cratic. and had been promulgated in quire that the building shall be used for as surprised the American home. He told of the pHts ou its literature advertising the as I have been to see the might add in Democratic platforms. The Work To Be Done. purpose, " number being made throughout the na-- , , vantages of a townis the advantage,of why another you pass a and you might as well strength of that sentiment in Washington. tht-sex- th.it lisii-esay if an loons lt has. If it law prohibiting a man ,.,,, ...v.tx - every one ofthe e2."i laws,cent. "We must see that these dry candidates imiin-if per "It would not as tion to Stamp it out, and of thc great don't they enumerate it among the from using ids gun to kill his fellowman present Congressbe surprising to me act tho are nominated and elected, s on should favorably amendment (which was passed later, witli The second has been re- you must buy the gun from. him comof, the movement. He did noti the things? "We must see that ... was enac-..i justice. First, by no justice iu for amendment It this: 4i,j,,;,.' lerred tosa,,;n Gov., a lieckham. whyis tax a monand, second, the there is people ascannot that ratification. and submit it to the Stales iia snail suumn to our the Legislature ofio ine vuiers suisiattii'.ii"the leadership of our dlst come to Kentucky, he said, ,a it, bieSHig. .If the liquor tory amendment constitution niak- tingulsh junior Senator. J. C. W. Beck "So the cause is growing. It is getting ask us to adopt anything that is not n when he could be of great help in the fight, blessing do youit eonies to bless you ?' it unlawful to sefi within the bounds iinm during his term as Governor. every day. and and ., , discriminate between the sary or just merely for the privilege of stronger to ourstrongerthese new converts,I i nig n, tiu fe.iiiiCi ;.,r..., ,,;,, .,,i i "Why vinous or: "' "". State any spintpous, other than -- Having made this splendid record, tlid welcome anks i.iS....A..iU.. """sai00 .,,! other kinds of businessV If a mni.Vnfn. Y. ) uui lutiiei "'"". malt liquor now the ini.cl'!lI nm not soing toI criticise believesincerity sacramental: lor any purposeter a reason- - party isthe fightentitled to the honor 0$ v !S and man wants to start a butcher shop is the fwl th! wnwim strength from the determination leading further that a to finish the task." of their purpose. do not in try- town, you say go ahead. If "a man wants thing, ing to hold a monopoly on any good thing. able length of time it shall be unlawful enthusiasm here shown. He declared to start a jewelry store or restaurant or W any such liquors within I want to see the Democratic partv ln to manutacture Caution Is Urged. bank, you him. he that Kentucky has a veteran in the to start a welcome what doHut if do? wants Harry Sommers Address Kentucky take charge of this movement, the bounds of the btate. "My You saloon, be. " C IllUSt tlieil Use OUr Utmost eildea- iirnnt If fn Ihrnn- - nfP otiflrelv- - f lio fight. Senator Beckham, and said: "I meet him at the city limits you you say, want tofriends, do not Mr. deceived, and I Col. Harry Sommers. editor of thai indorse what and McChesney has of liquor domination in this State, and I vor to bring it about that in the election you cannot start that business in this Xews. and a Bryan man' am simply Beckham's lieutenant when aiu io j on ami mat is. welcome anv iwuiL si- .iu luv . .....!. ill- i:ii: ii'iiiii:uv mi.iii 11111; uu ziuizii .in Elizabethtown ...... . .. ..n. ii. : : rr ine nihil mucin Accom- - overwhelming majority lor this amend- - ironi ",e Uas or 13Jt'' siJ0Ke ln part nt convert who conies, but don't trust anv- - which much. to your State." Both Bryan town unless you give us so liliti na I come this crre.it reform is to be Allil llinn v.ll illlf fro.if tt body too soon with the power to muzzle dragon, this monster, that that ..W,,: , uaw.t but I that .vit. and Beckham told of the national other businesses. The butcher shop and your authority.' Why. my friends, if these Dlished. will be hone too. I our Renublican meiltlor so this Strang;led our governnient ,.,.,long to?othpr'"so ma- - distiiigulshea dry. hope they will has friends - jeweiry store anu tne uanu can open men realizesthe injury they have done to make that party dry. Tight against liquor and expressed the when they '",iVf - ii ffij i.tA b hnii ne.ei citizens of the Commonwealth to do hon- please and close when they society by taking the side of the saloon, , .. - , . t iu.i t "Why, the last plea they make is on the t h foremost private citizen of ao iiui f nwni like. 15ut you say to the saloon when it they will be ashamed for several years to ucuei. milk VjUiifiiraB gathering Ul IlOieU LHI11you to IIUl Hkil. can them it must close. authority. Put suppress their business you should com- - our great party proudly write into its submitting the question to the people only open and when long. at night It can ask one but trus faithful with guard crats, with different views on many quesstay open so the on and can no ,,... i,. until von nom-niuhitfoniL a new declaration of lndepend- - tions, but all of whom would destroy lii,ni iho.v. t nation-widMr. prohibition. of not sell to any one unless he is over age have submitted the proposition written, Xo such plan as K,lc as fur reaching in its importance of the that as wets as penned great quor ilr. Sommers and Dr.. Alex- and under-drun- what they say to the saloon- not drysthewant it want it written, butcon- adopted. No business of has ever been as its prototype, Jetterson. by heusDetnoc-itie- s state. dominationbeen askedpolitics of the I have any kind that to speak for the "That is written, and then 1 founder Thomas upon the misfortunes and calam- ten minutes on "The Influence of the ander, as well as Toastmaster Calla- keeper. Why the discrimination? tinue your light until you have adopted it lives and tragedies of Kentucky is and of right ought Saloon." of the human race in your State and then elect at the same han, devoted their remarks to the isWhy Fine the Drunkard? should ever be compensated when that lo ue a free and mdeiiendent party, "I arraign the American saloon as both in strange that you license a man time a Legislature will sympathy with vour business is prohibited. I wish I had the pernicious and vicious in its influence in Ken"Is it not sue as it is presented here that make the laws to genius and power to write a law and upon the people of our nation. I chalto establish a saloon to make "men drunk amendment your amendment tucky. Every speaker was frequently and then line the man because he gets carry out and close out secure its enactment that would forever ' lenge it to show one single reason why it in Mr. McChesney's Speech should exist. If it were good and bene interrupted by applause, the big au- drunk? Why, my friends, you do not this business my your State. me just sav a eliminate the possibility of war in this "And now, friensd. let society or to when you and I believe I Mr. dience being on its feet many times treat the saloonkeeper fairly business a word about party politics. I know poll countryrather in the world. even"to see i tnncjt McChesney, responding to the ficial, iteither to be encouraged, business, punish people for making his do that than and i "i.nriv:irii netnoerriev. sain: " l nc then notshould too many of them; we rieinns verv we tiii - t..,i.w.,- would during the evening. success. Some one said it was like licenshave ami. to dodge as long as the dod- -i " that else be done. is ood Ken'u.cK; dr if TEut anyone could could se- - subject would be an inspiring one at any fou'd my frien(1s, or man lo a town ie.?o so In the course of his speech Mr. ing athen finingspread the itch inscratched md I know too tint wlon t "m' but it is doubly us on tills occasion business of having to pay aa license to do they should like cure the enactment of such a law or the everybody who manufaqiur- and as the guest of with the Bryan said: U?e nlant' be "cred a bonus to locate because they itched. And, my friends, is mSo inSo.1 hHni'til '1 '" outoption of such a policy, it would throw tliS sifloinlM n ?l,L nn?.L!d lnd operate. If, an evil thing, bringing is it fair, ask you. when wt ir tion of business all of these great muni- Tratat "The question is here and we" have got it faira high price Ifor the privilege aofman pays esfactories and armor plate plants and It forth " nothing good or helpful, then it which side of the issue we will tablishing a saloon to make men drunk to decide ' condl- Se'o'r'binTwVt'iro11 iSStlcfan S?" to .. 55H ?S &? take. When a child is born you have to when lie gets a . s finished product ..,....l(v agon nrimor and the tun for compensation CVCI1 111UIC ICil&UU IU ilftlV ...,, ll.t .i'nrr "tj Tuum ll.li; than1 the liquor people irtto a Democratic olatform. nlfllllr Wrltfl.ll ? v.. 2,. Violation of the Law. take care of it. for it Is a member of the with his nose all painted up is it fair A state or na n familv from the time of its birth, and to hustle him off to the calaboose and sic has already commenced and the tional, in this country during the last ' is about ready to start and the wouiu nav.e if prohibition comes American saloon not only I ariaign thesource the child is born, the Issue is here. up nobody see him? the twenty years, has been either 1........directI as i.. Tribute to Bryan of vice and crime. .iiui Slates are dry and several more shut him .put where in front can the saloon Democratic party must take the side of . !.... Why not him of .!. .l...,i-luu people against the saloon and it canor muireci iiispniiun ...-i V.... ucm .mu nut as a law violator and a law detier. the iiii?W"i4ol flif.lr intent inn !... "But I have not come here to discuss to advertise the business and show what not, afford to listen to their argument ". . " .11Ti.v... ti.i,.,- brain. It has set at naught the statutes of ev- ,,f subject. I refer to the program and si'l! ,l Vim , Two years ironi this time tut' raIoon (a 'lo wUh a 'an when " gets that you cannot run your government that state am. "uuisiue oi .a........... cuiiveiiuuii mere ery state..,....-- c;ty.... ....... 1... .. control created for its ..... , see that I have been . assigned ..the title ....... ,,mf.. (icuhitiiiiiiii ... ., ..... . .... .m. in. iiiviiiri ...v. ....j.w.., v. IS me money mat tney pay in. '.it,,;,!. 4i IIV.II UllYIfMMieHK j. ijeeriess Lieauer.' oimuiii We You all recog IUUO Hi. . so large andir, representative ail .... lon? t'rlat1 thalotnkcJpcr'faYrly. "ine n,m'ofthi '',V,i0rilr?vor a responsible for a great deal of the sen- I have been with him on his this state, nize ate and rtnv Tii min A tl,i 0IfatIl,,"t tn iim irnn.i .., .maiiist it. There are cities in lias met aWet . visits to Kentucky for the last twenty body of the isreal Uemocracy as The par- - n,.., """ amendmeut to the constitution, and more easily explained. ..now, there is Jjnother argument. They years. this Commonwealth where the opon Sun-t- y I doubt if he has been here at here. This of this nation now 'secured an Agricultural fenk?aUFari,than, half the never faced in all its history, a day saloon Is doing more to hasten has you aj mat mere win nc time In all those years live in drj terrnorj. j Hank, and I was interested to lo not have saloons. Diinu tigers it that any heen nlnni tn Dnrnnmi-- when I have so" big with human interest as hibition than the ablest exponent of the not i Him in.l fn read how proud you are that you have they have not waited Answer them People Must Rule. In order that it nmv the one whteli calls us together on this prohibition for prohibition in after him. been made the center of that' bank. Sham" sriler to run their illicit houses for the followgiving him a But I have never felt occasion. It carries a challenge to the break iIkj 'cause. for its regulation and laws to like more hearty welcome lighting blood of every Democrat whose control, "I believe in the right of the peopledoe- - on you to ask for a Farmers' Bank when selling of liquor through bootleggers, it ,en;ers the domain of politics and than I do on this occasion. 1 am not a In rule, and if ..there is any virtue I..I.1 the l.. you conspire against every farmer iu your g : cry of and seeks to control elections arid .. -. you there will be blind tigers, believer in too much hero worship. Our heart responds to the if they i. ..aic- .11.1 trine tiiat iu- piop.e i" help the liquor dealer answer tell way natc government that it may be unmo- state and would them as I have answered them, heroes sometimes make mistakes, but' I It n.nAoli humanity. In a differentllamii. when a majority of.lie P"I'1" uIr,(ltoV " ruin the family of eVery one of them to In till,- ni'n tv nf in'ori' jwere aner my nov, me believe lt can lie triithfiillv nnd instlv Knirt " "I'l"-""" "a try declare that the saloon niust .J. .""".. 1.ct..l .yj tl. law and permitted to do r ,m.rpaM. ,lis i,sin,.ss. what makes your inai.ii he tiger the was ilinder ThTt ho crat wno wants to see tne oiu state oreait what it pleases. w safer my "boy 'would of 0,w.nB-1"U ISHI'MUl ill! "IU1.IU irUIII IIIJIL !. !.-- vrnnf ... It 12 front liifrniiCA nf state here the saloon Is per- i be. If you close - cci vii.t; the shackles that have so long bound it ...... saloon and ' tuekjT . t the Democratic party sha not stand ..rr v.i i .'..ui because on hills and iu your 'till sell some, they the In the alleys they to the . people.u of "iwic luiuuutc any other til il iUUSIIie&a,. ....... .Iliu ti.r.... HIL U.C, lllllll-UIMMV HUTU i.. llj. n.i back fifty years large politicians an army of small and sell and , America than for an outlaw. All I have IpoIIts ,..,,, H.r a foiling population, and In the byways, and those who do it are man ever did since that great predecessor handicap that has held it who wear the 'collar of , ,, and all 1 hope to be I owe to the I)e o I( Is gatln-the liquor interests and do their bidding, in the race for commercial supremacy. .i Jefferson, cralfi- party. It took me up when I was t;.iii ...i, from your soil criminals, and those who deal with them. of his, Thomas great ..,i. ...i come they can be in "These lllil mui iuiua iiuiatuiT: Hilui. il !::il willi them with shame upon their a young man In a Western State and it yet your business men and your la. victories, and if ever with such challenges and demands only a andRepresentativesfound even the the House "lie has won tremendous force that of and in Senatu of m:n!e ine its candidate, and at Washing- will allow a few distillers to takebankt.ox '.ices. But if you license the saloon and a man in tne nistory of this great counDemocracy can the United States. an t takes a position on the principal street. try has earned a rest, he has done it. progressive and fearless organization ton it gave me opportunity to associate whip and drive them Into a" conspirai-great economic questions have of All the I calls itself legitimate and then it semis But he is not of that kind. He is the meet them: hence the vilh tlie leaders of my party, and then. against the welfare of people front in at its agents to bring in new i. lits to greatest friend of" the human race that the Democratic Forward League. As you been settled h. this country and we ntuat Hit bout an organization, it nominated me whoi.i they draw till the the money that' your decks clea:"d for action, have been told, it is an organization now, with aks the places of the drunkards off. lives in the world today. I may not agree strictly l.ilus its niidli'nte for President, and four city nuiktx. One hundred and six counwithin the Democratic party, and face at"i it "iroy the greatest enemy to "And the political parties v., II. when with him ort every question, but upon afl. in d it reuoiniuatcd Tie by a virdry means to accomplish its purposes within the moral, social and Christian growth and every one of me party starts the other has g.,t to be- - all of these great issues I do, and I chuunUon, and eight years ago, without ties dry in Kentucky,everything your citithe people them neither party can afforu to have joice-tha- t any organization to help me secure the zenship of in spite of lifts in this great fight that we party lines. briefly define some of the of Its doom is the liquor traffic. as was sealed as certain Louisville "Bet me . .. t. ....!.... .. dvie. You tried he other party dump its liquor iv.eu on it. have in Kentucky and in this naflon for l... ui .1... .... . ... !'-.-.- .I.....1 ..I Democracy that of Babylon under Belshazznr. Thf i..v,tn this city to defeat county option. You i....imthe DeniiK-rallparty acts fir-- t it will, the accomplishment of a reform greater characteristics of a Forward reference to handwriting is already on the wall. national cniivcnllon trlpd i(( disfranchise your farmers. You If the Demoe-r.tiI see it, and with special than any of these I have mentioned, we as present b.g question. First of all, it time is at hand when no man can The for a tl.lj-- tine, and in turns campaigns tried to conUnue a sys;om that enabled lrive out of the Democratic party tho-ithe be I in the liqi r splendid the votes of something like slxltll i.i litti,. pecuniarily lnieresieii the I'epubllc.m tralhc. shall have his leadership, and incomparable must be a cuurageous and fearless De eieeted to otfloe. except in the liquor to Is,oi,nJi, itceif t md they will go into party, and devoted mil' .i half 1111:11011 Democrats, and. my community and then extend its evil in it means vic- mocracy, l thiniv l speaii anviseuiy wnen centers, who stands for the liquor inter ind the I'enubllcan nartv will have all tory. It is a great tiling for our cause ;s l am to the Demo ohiigau-I say that there Is no influence this side ests. Kven those in this state who have the entire agricultural Df our had men, I tviillfl In. l.mi.11 Ii .ik,,f 'i.titir fluence throughout t..it-thing us in si'.'.- Vi conscienceless so bittsrij fought for the liquor traffic in v',""-"'-'community roundabout, and when your have enough bad and heaven knows they it is the struggle is for difficult, Kentucky the gates of hell quite so "Vnil .""," i. men in that partv now where so iirlwi nunn: cztctn tr Itlici nocu that this o tlirt tr Iff mtn fisrmew cried to you for aid. your ears K.ri-".n- l .my party Xvitliout werc dcaf and you heard nobody but your ivithout ours. But suppose the K. publican man who has won all of these victories t..i party blows first. We will get their bad in these years past at great sacrifice to have accepted this challenge may expect asking for the submission of a state-wid- e . u ,.Hg my Tolce i n protwt to the constitution and are to meet eve y species of opposition that ! ave seated that I expect to make it distiller, who does not live among the sa- men, and we haven't room for any more himself, at much inconvenience, has left devilish Ingenuity can invent, from the amendment . looking longingly for a se.tt in thc dry i,. uu ...,. iii.il. i, uiiiio. bad men. his attractive homeNn the Sunny South l0ycott to business for the next four years mi of character. I am nana wagon. My friends, the time has come for The Distiller and the Saldon. and traveled up here that he might speak happy in defamation however, that the to help take the Democratic party out of believing, The fight is on. both ln the state ard to see which can- get rid of this to Kentucky Democrats in behalf of this ivpe of Dmocracy represented most damnable group tlu bunds ei the "Where does the distiller live? Among here nation, and. like Henry of Navarre, tb J first, and you need not bt araid great issue." i men, wuo ever trieu to enncn tuein thc saloons that he controls? No. They r.MU not be deterred for an Instant by vnne piumo oi w. j. tsryan is to uo seem In thc front of the great battle. liv quality of the opuosition. live In the fashionable LEAGUE STARTS FIGHT FOR -- STATE- WIDE PROHIBITION win nor. saloon environment. No, their children are too precious to be contaminated by their business. They put the saloons anion;: the homes of the poor, knowing they can not plan a saloon there and make it thrive except us widows and children suffer because of it. Friends, some day these men who attempt to terrorize your city and corrupt your politics will stand before the Judgment bar of God and they will hear read the command, 'Thou slialt not kill, and they will see the line of those who. from age to infancy, have been murdered that they might make the money that comes from selling that which took their lives, hut you need not worry about them. God will take care of them. Kven the distiller and brewer is not big enough to defy with impunity the laws of his 7 part of town. They jo get rid of them, for they disgrace yon a wiiue you are witn them ana ueserr. you Jeopardize their ramuies witn when they cannot dominate and control .., .lir. etnnil fftr Hm luifti nwl IF !. the saloon against the home are able to unite to put a saloon in every community why can't the people who are opposed to the saloons stand together for the home. and of all the parties that this country has ever known, the Democratic party, is the party to which the people have a to look for 4hc protection of the home, for the Democratic party is the party and the homes the people's and the Democratic party must the chamnion of the homes of tills country ugaiustiathe things' that attack I ' Dr. Alexander's Address ht meas-citade- ! legis-thi'i- in--- corn-sel- ls life-lon- i 3.-(S- pecial VTiS . neeieu, I . i i , s I j , i , ! ' . - - I.! J" i "-. s.ii . un-te- ! p - - "-- I ! -' f ! uuil-iiuiuv- W 1 , t i I ( - i 1 , ",: ! , nec-rewe- rs : ! t inw-vo-r i fir-- I ! . -- t- n.iT-nnf- o-- .r .?":'" """"...,.. anti-liqu- or i ""-"'"; i- ""-;- '"" .! l,l. I .. : , ni-iie- I I I - , n-- t nl-r.i- p - ,.-.- ' - ..-- . I 1 KM - va'.-.i- e fi - ' nM - e . .l.-il- . .' in-opl- y p.-rt- 1 - ) i ad-fic- ht sa-,.- 1 i- n attrae-succes- - iiiuoi-fet-iiiuni- ) - I ' s- , . 1 f . T I : i j ' ,, V-f- v- t U- e ilc-Chesne- y, n ii,. I i ra(-"- y -- i I - n- -- I I he-i- r ll ! first-clas- ! hS &k, teBtfs u.enaitoituramny && e ' W-t- Sy -- . band-vago- t. """ Twen-tv-thT- i v I i i I 1 - .i.-i- ? "'" . -- - . - - , pro-questi- on j , ... - - age-lon- t domi-sufferi- ng " "-- .; "--- i- - -- 1 -- J?h- , i i t- -.i 1 , - ,,, r T - ' ' i - - - -- ' re-au- se 1 - w-.- i vol--o- r c i ! -- ,.. f tiii-nt- . f 1 Hrim-iT- I torT-tn- i , uti-j- ele-iie- nt -- J It r'"- - ' & ;, Cage Eoui! ;tgfi!.ttr ""W?! The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, January 5, 1917 Parlor Grove The Sunday School entertainment and Christmas tree at the church was a success in every way. The tree was beautiful and a nice treat was for every member of the Sunday School pupil. Much credit is due the committee which had charsre of the program. Mr. Powell McCreary, " who has been in Dayton, 0., spent the holidays with his parents. Mrs. Ebright, of Science Hill, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. C. pro-Aided MRS. CLAYTON'S Run-Down, LETTER To Nervous Women Louisville, Ky. 'I was a nervous n consrreck, and in a weak, dition when a friend asked me to try VinoL I did so, and as a result I have rained in health and strength. I think Vinol is the best medicine in the world syftem for a nervous, weak, and for elderly people." Mrs. V. C. Clayton, Louisville, Ky. Vinol, which contains beef and cod liver peptones, iron and manganese glycerophosphates, and peptonates, is guaranteed to overcome all rundown, weak, devitalized conditions. The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. run-dowrun-dow- n 'I'm ill. tm A MIII 1 YrJTrpi K4RF II i4 ll in V la I IK. EjIXtlI 1 Start the New . Year Right W If ' I CI if never feel YOU'LL or look right unless you're dressed par-ticularss- ee right. For further Sam Robinson Stanford, Ky. HIGHEST PRICES PAID R Remittance Mailed on Day Shipment it Received No Commission to e Pay-Writ- for Price List and Shipping Tags M. Sabel & Sons Incorporated Established KY- 1856 LOUISVILLE, Vw.f0 ' BOOKKEEPING Busineso,Pbonography JB I'lTVir. ii iwiviiiixiiRnci I TELEGRAPHV UW 1 I x' V WILBUR R.SMITH BUSINESS COLLEGE toMrrfal Cellrpe IJT. J.Mmt.Hj. President lias years of experience in mercantile Its if and banking bimlnofg. also 40 years educating 20l iidress VTILBUB a. S.2HTII, acton, Ky. ". lxf Skinner and Blanche Bar-ne- tt attended the marriage of Miss ents. Mr. and Mrs. M. J Morgan spent Elizabeth Matheny and Thos. Bright M NASHVILLE. S64 Sunday with Mr. Millard Padgett on Dec. 29. XC " M WEST NASHVILLE 1, 1917 to the wife Born on Jan. and family of Waynesburg. d Mrs. Clouse, daughter and grand- of Prof. S. S. Robinson, a boy. son, of Middlesboro, are visiting the former's daughter, , Mrs. Preston Francis Depp, son of James D. t Hamic. Denn. has nneumonia. hut is frettinc Mrs. Da id Walls and daughter along very well at present. spent Friday with Mrs. T. G. BenHobert Yowell, colored, was arnett and daughter. rested here on Jan. 2nd, as a lunatic, Mrs. A W. Jones spent Christmas afr.pr inmnino- - nn thp phildrpn nf with relatives in Somerset. George Ripperton beating them Master Earl Sims, who has been up consiaeraDiy. and was taKen to tie quite sick is almost well again. Stanford and tried and sent to the Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Ellis, Mr. and asylum. Mrs. Dan Ellis and Mrs. Denny Jack Newbern and bride arrived Gooch were dinner guests of Mr. and here on Dec. 26th and were the ' Mrs. W. (f. Bell Saturday. her sister, Mrs Walter Owsley of. SUPERVISORS IN SESSION Mr James Hockworth spent Christ- guests of his father and sisters. fill AT. T?v IK nnnnin fm.4- Annl. Adams Bros., mas with his grandparents, Mr and claim the best Louisville. The Countv Board of Snnprvisnrc 'at Fowle's. Three cars this week 21p Xmas business that they have since Mrs. Richard Webb. i TPPnflv nnmp1 Viir Tn1nn T?:in.. Mrs. Alva Morgan and baby are they have 'been in business. in session here this week. They F0RTTRENT- - Furnished room in Moreland visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Myers House Flat. Mrs. T. D. Ra- Mr. I. C. Brown and wite.of Dan named from eanh A Vflinr D. Walls of Pleasnat' Point. .... ? o.. riicff delightful affair was Hirt .urn me T tit livens, oi. istaniord, ney. ville, Mr. C. P. Brown and wife, of 2 J v. buc Mr. F. N. 'Eubanks, wife and little Hustonville, were tne guests Xmas celebration of the golden wedding duuge vv.r.iu. Myers, of Hustonville, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lytt Webb Day of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Will Rout, anniversary by Mr. and Mrs. John J. S. King, of Crab Orchard and WANTED A piano to keeD for E. and Miss Selma Eubanks snpnr Vm-iMrs. Sonhie Carnenter. Mrs. Maw Myers on the 20th at their home on G. Gilliland, of Waynesburg. Tax- its use. Miss Esther Burch, "Standay with Mrs. Ann Eliza Eubanks. Edwards and granddaughter, Clara Hotel street. A number of guests, payers all over the county are ford. i- -i Mr. Jarrett Johnson and family Edwards dined on Dec. 28th, with their children, grandchildren and hopes that the present board will in be and Mr. Preston Hamic. and family Mrs. Jennie Carpenter. WANTED. were present and a most bounteous lenient in the matter of raising valuMiddle aged white were Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs. Minnie Girdler Grubbs and dinner was served. It was planned to ations, which will mean increases in woman to do cooking and assist with Mrs. David Walls. house work. Good wages. Address baby left here on Dec. 26th after have all the children and grandchil- - taxation, as most of Miss Maisie Brasell spent Friday spenenng several montns witn her uren present duc owing to tne un- - feel that they have beenthe taxpayers "Situation," Stanford, Ky. f. raised about mgnt wiin Jiiss vesta Sims. (JillCIlLS, nil. uiiu iU13. XVUUt'Il VJIIU- - J"H"uic weunrei ixi. uuau liljicio "to the limit" already. Mrs. Sam Jones and baby and ler. She will tjoin her husband at El and Mr. Bud Myers were not present. FOR SALE Six shares ofstcck Miss Cora Perkins, of Whitley Citv, Paso, Tex. Many nice presents were received in National Bank of Hustonville. J-are guests in the home of Mr. A. W. Dr.. James Riffe and family have and we all wish Mr. and Mrs. Myers CENT ADS Pcxton, agent for owner. Jones. returned to their home at Erlanger many more happy anniversaries Mr. Ed Leach entertained relatives (Ads here are 1 cent a rorn eacn issue, cash a pleasant visit to relatives gether. THE person holding the monev from Maywood last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Vanhook, of with order; no ad less than 25c each issue.) here. order receipt No. 62,S85 will profit Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bell and Mr. Daniel Riffe is able to be out after Linden, Ind., are here visiting rel-a- n by bring it to the postoffice. Postand Mrs. M. J. Morgan spent Thurs.atives for several weeks. attack of pneumonia. 2- POSTED James Smith. master. day of last week with Mr. F. N. EuWalter Moser went to Lexington Lee Edrington came in home a banks and family. days ago to visit his aged father last week to visit friends. few FOR SALE. Two pool table, Mr. Harvey Hopson, of this neigh- R. B. Edrington and sister, Miss Lou, j Mr. and Mrs. B. -- P. Shewmaker FOR RENT. A carriage house, five cushions, racks, an eAra quality borhood and Miss Rosetta Privett, of our accommodating telephone over- - and daughters wentnto Haridsburg large enough for automobile, on Pleasant Point, wptp miipflv TYimrinri ator. He left here a few years ago j 'ast week to attend the funeral of Mam street. Mrs. Jennie F. Wearen. of balls and a all other attachments. Will sell at rpnsnnnhlp. nn'cn Tn at the home of Rev. J. A. Singleton in a critical condition with tubercu- - Mrs. Shewmaker's brother, Mr. Van-los- is Hayden, Stanford, Ky. Box 37. lr Dec. 23. This young couple have the and by strict care of himself Deveer. best wishes of all their friends. GLASSES Those who wish jrlass- Virgil and Paris Durham, of he has secured good health and looks TiViT? bAL.li, At half the worth Mrs. Verna Reynolds and Miss 'rea college and Rev. Ernest Ford, of strec!ChsSdiyla.tc.E-llhS,S.,adrK5Vesta Sims spent Christmas day with Walker McKinney, of Stanford, Transylvania are at home for the bales No. 1 nay; harness; Mrs. Richard Webb and daughter. passed through here a few days ago ; holidyas. Phot ie6T; Stanford0" Toe Tn?-- JSJ&g?011 fami ho Mr. Craig Sims, who has been in on nis way to uasey county. bad health for the last year, passed John Smiley and wife, of Frye's throughout Total Prohibition away at his home Friday, Dec. 29th, Greek, were in town a few days ago France of the consumption of such A TTTT1 VTTnM "CHT? PVMT rT OATf . t? t.tt 11)16, aged 64 and four months He on business alcoholic beverages as whisky. bran- - five rooms nave several pairs of extra nice three-bar- n, and three acres of ground, leaves four children, two sons and Mrs. S. L. Carnen:er arrived home dies and liquors has been decided on etc., on Whitley avenue. Apply year-ol- d mules ready for work, for two daughters, his wife having pre- a few days ago from a short visit to , by the government. sa,e at the stock yards, court da v. to 0. D. Murphy, Rowland. 100-4ceded him by several years. He was January. R. E. Gaines, Phone 30 an honest, industrious man, kind in 2 his family and Jielpful in sickness. No. 5132 OLD FALSE TEETH aVp r. n Crab Orchard. He has four brothers, W. F., of this to $5 ner set. Mail to DK-i'Tnnth ' 1 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF .uaxweii ".do" tour- neighborhood, " OA rn 959 w T. H. of Pleasant View, F. A., of Green River and W. THE LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK wm b; set W G., of Fortuna, Mo., and one sister, " -!'. j Mrs. Ann Eliza "Eubanks, of Pleas- At Stanford, in the State of Kentucky at close of business, Dec. 27, 1916 ...w...t...A, uiuuuiiutuic mii:,, condition guaranteed ; price right. etc H. ant View, several brothers and sisWANTED 10 or more farmers C. Carnenter at Lincoln Countv NaRESOURCES ters having died in earlier life. Mr. " to organize Fanners' Loan Associa- tional Bank. ? $346,415.41 Sims was a of Mrs. Mar- Loans and discounts (except those shown on b and c) tion at Onffl. Rp n?l?P?. nr r irnmn 100,000.00 garet Smith and died one week to U. S. Bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) Addess Lock Box 161, Stanford, Ky. MULES I will ofTer for sale on the day after her demise. The re- Bonds other than U. S. bonds pledged to secure court day, next Monday, at the stock postal savings deposits $ 3,000.00 mains were interred in the Pleasant yaras aoout nine head of coming 3- Point cemetery after services con- Securities other than U. S. bonds (not including mules. These will be sold stocks) owned unpledged FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, year-ol- d 27,000.00 30,000.00 ducted by Rev. A. G. Coker. 4,550.00 Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains. !? the j""shcstbi(1(,,er on 12 months' Mrs. Margaret Smith, an old resi- Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per ct. of subscription) 10,000.00 """" dent of this neighborhood, " "ugnman, btantord. Windnw KWloc Tm-- te q;i. passed Value of banking house (if unencumbered) 300.00 away Dec. 22, 1916, aged 93 years. Furniture and fixtures Pictures and Stoves. W. A. Tribble She was reared to young woman- Net Smount due from approved reserve agents 97-tStanford. in New York, Chicago and St. Louis $ 3,212.43 THE OLD RKLTABrE""' f hood on the farm now owned by Mr. - LV V. Lytt Webb and spent her married Net amount due from approved reserve agents in other reserve cities 55,570,56 58,782.99 life and latter years only a few miles LOST Between Stanford and distant. Her husband, who served in Net amount due from banks and bankers (other than incluWaynesburg, big black bill book, ded in 12 or 20) 7,204.68 the Union army during the Civil war with notes and insurance papers in has been dead for a number of years. Other checks on banks in the same city or town as reportit. Will pay liberal reward for reing bank 35.69 turn or information to A Since the marriage of her children a whereabouts. $871.47 granddaughter, Mrs. Ward Bunch, Outside checks and other 'cash items J. M. McCarty, Stanford. 2 Fractional currency, nickels and cents 991.96 1,863.43 has made her home with her and 1,260.00 cheerfully and tenderly cared for her Notes of other national banks '. 740.00 in her declining years. She reared a Federal Reserve notes large family, only three of whom are Lawful reserve in vault and net amount from Federal Reserve Bank 36,249.48 still living, Mrs. Nan Leighton, of ' Indiana, Mrs. Mary Horton, of King's Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer 5,000.00 Mountain and Mrs. D. G. Jeffries, of Waynesburg. Her descendants numTotal $602,401.68 ber in children, grandchildren, great grandchildren and great greatgrand- LIABILITIES crtildrpn nvnr 1 3A ATvc CmUl. V..,1 ...................................... (piUUjUUU.UU juJiwi ouuta. Jiu Hi kindly, hospitable disposition that 50,100.00 maue ner iriends, and a large num- Surplus fund mo no .. p.LO,UJ.o.uo ber of relatives and friends followed unuinucu iJiuuia 9,282.42 the body to the last resting place in Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid.... 4,230.61 JJ,UUU.UU .uuwwiiiuuii; Mt. Moriah cemetery, there to rest '"""""O Net amount due to banks and bankers (other than included by the side of husband. m zv or 3Uj 7,315.39 Individual deposits subject to check ... 278,686.21 How's This? Postal savings deposits 629.52 We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward Deposits requiring notice but less than 30 days 8,195.87 for any case of Catarrh that cannot be Total demand deposits, Items 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39 cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. and 40, $287,511.60. Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken 49,192.27 by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty-fiv- e Certificates of deposit years, and has become known as tho Total of time deposits, Items 41, 42 and 43, $49,192.27 A. D. four-year-old . Mr. .u:d Mrs. Dan of Coving ton, and Mrs. Denny Gooh, of Somerset, spent part of last week with Mr. T. J. Ellis and wife. Mrs. Crawford Bell and baby are visiting Mr. and Mrs. "James Hbskins of Crab Orchard. or Mr. Willie- HundW. , whn ic x,.- j ...., . cm. pioyea in tne juaxvell shops at Dayton, 0., spent Christmas with his parEl-is- of Wavnesbunr. snent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Eubanks and Miss Sarah Warren spent Tuesday and Wednesdnv with ATrJorvnf Johnson and family. Mrs. W. F. Sims and Mrs. Vernn Reynolds and tittle daughter, visited Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Whittaker of Lexington last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lytt Webb and Miss Selma Eubanks, of Dayton, 0 , spent the holidays with their Barents and other relatives. - Hundley. Miss Minnie McCright has been visiting relatives in Cincinnati for a lew weeks. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Sanders entertained their son and daughter and family during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Leemjin Sino-lprnn W V" J &r w ni ! . WEJUi Every Workingma?! Wears Them You can't work without them they ; I , soothe the throat raw from eoinrli- ing, and the mildly laxative qualities expel the cold germs and the child is healthy and happy again. AH druggists. Try it. . boys birthright, but he's apt to neelect Drecaurions against dampness. A cold results then Dr. living's New Discoverv moves its worth. A few doses loosen the ohleem. relieve the ticrit chest the healinc balsams playing in the Romping and every healthy is are warm; they protect your other clothes you are not afraid to soil them; you are not afraid to wash the ones we sell, for every pair of ours e is the indigo blue, the kind that never fades, nor rips, nor loses a button. They are old-tim- O'Bryans Duck Head We can fit you. We carry a tremendous stock of tnem all sizes, from a big man's 50 to a lads. Keep warm; protect your clothes more, and do more work by wearing good overalls. Hustonville nine-pftun- McRobert & .. mno-icro! -- ley - ! - I i 2-- , c 2-t- -A- -WORD B. to-aft- er I 2-- Be-well, 6 bu' : I p. 1-- ti:w .;::" S?L&S2. p -cl-ip. "J!&-2gE- : son-in-la- w -- " n' 1-- I mmdjfsvsssm . S t-- o-i- We deeply appreciate your generous patronage of the past year and wish you a very h,o Happy New Year - LOUISVILLE, JOKH WHITE & CO. KY. Liberal assortment ind full value paid ;:FURS Beat Siting health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medi- cine at once and pet rid of catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHEN'KY & CO.. Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Drugcists, 75c. most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall'g Catarrh Medicine acts thru the BJcod on the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Poison from the Blood and healins the diseased portions. After you have taken Kali's Catarrh Medicine for a short time you will see a great improvement in your general ' Total $602,401.68 State of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ss: bank do solemnly swear . I. W.,M. Bright, Cashier of the above-name- d that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. W. M. BRIGHT, Cashier s v Subscribed and sworn to before Correct Attest : me this 3rd dav of January, 1917 R. L. HUBBLE, Notary Public Commission v expires Feb. 7, 1920 W. W. SAUNDERS, W. H. SHANKS. G. W. CARTER, The Lincoln Pharm&cv hv aa y tildes and Stanford, Ky.' Directors i im . .. mmJUM-- - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, January 5, 1917 Condition of PROMINENT KENTUCKY WOMAN SPEAKS Heard About Town The First National Bank Stanford, Ky., Dec. 30, 1916- RESOURCES $341,622.53 Loans, Stocks and Bonds 6,600.00 Banking House 29,048. Due from Banks 9,257.28 Cash and,Due from U. S. Treas.... 1 1 1 Total LIABILITIES Capital Stock Surplus Fund Undivided Profits Circulation Bills Payable ,.. . $396,5 27.92 $ 50,Gt)0.00 28,500.00 3,498.04 50,000.00 6,500.00 DEPOSITS Total : 253,029.88 $3 96,527.92 3 A dividend of per cent declared payable on demand; leaving 7 per cent to undivided profits Mrs. J. H. Baughman was here from Danville Wednesday. W. T. Warren, of Louisville, was Jan. 10 Woman's Club at 3 p. m. here several days last week. Music Debate on "Preparedness." D. B. Snrajrens. of fipnrcrofnum by Mozart Club. j was the guest of friends here Sunday! s Harry Reinhart returned to CinMiss Martha Raney returned to cinnati Saturday. Monday, where she is takRichmond Mrs. S. F. ing a course in the Eastern Normal. now at Buena Ford, of Moreland, is Vista, Garrard county. Waynesburg Roscoe Rogers, of the William Thompson, of Mt. Versection, has moved to Danville, wheie non, has been here the guest of L. R. he has a nice position. Miss Edith Welburn returned to Hughes. Millersburg Wednesday morning to Miss Annie Laura Rickels is with resume her work as teacher-pupi- l. Miss Sue Logan Smith for Xmas holMiss Claudia Eaton left Saturday iday on the Crab Orchard pike. Mrs. R. E. McRoberts, of Lancasfor Bellevue after spending the holidays here with relatives and friends. ter, has been the guest of Mr. and Bovd Weatherford was over from Mrs. H. J. McRoberts. Danville with homefolks the last of Mrs. James Dunn, of Danville is the week. the guest of her brother, H. J. McMrs. Anna Bailey came over from Roberts and family. Danville Saturday and spent Sunday Mrs. Alpha Downey has been the guest of Mrs. D. T. Brummett at at Hubble with homefolks. Mrs. Lucy Miller Bartley has been Harrodsburg. confined to her bed for several days Miss Estil Walker, of Garrard on account of illness. county has been the guest of Miss Miss Nannie Sloan, of Hubble, Belle Denny. vvUl leave in a few days for Berea, Miss Mary Walker, of near Lanwhere she will attend school. caster, has been the guest of her sisJames Maret of Mt. Vernon hs ter, Mrs. J. C. Hays. been fhe guest of his sister, Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. Saufley Hughes and T. Hacklev. Miss Jane Lackey, of Lancaster were L. R. Hughes visited his sister, over to hear Dr. Gordon. Mrs. Ernest Carter and family ?,t, Mrs. Jesse D. Wp.nwn hnfs.hoan r mi Evansville, Ind., Christmas. ff ined to her home for several days Miss Thelma Francis has returned un uccuuni 01 a sprameu anKie. from Lexington, where she spent the Mrs. John Nevius and children holidays with relatives and friends. have returned to their home at LebMrs'. E. J. Lee, who represents the anon Junction after a visit to relaGoodrich Drug Company went to tives and friends here. Earbourville Tuesday. Mrs. Thos. Metcalf.of Danville was Mrs. Belle Perkins and Mrs. G. C here the first of the week to. hear Rose went to Lancaster Tuesday to Mr. S. D. Gordon deliver several visit relatives and friends. of his "Quiet Talks." J. R. McBee, of Indianapolis, is Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gardner have visiting his brother, James McBee returned to Fort Wavnp. Trwl nftmduring the holidays. a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Russell returned to his J. m. iUartm. home vest of Hustonville after sev Jesse P. Martin has ivt.nrnpd tr, eral months' stay at Reed City. Mich. 'Fort Wayne, Ind., after a month'r Mrs. J. H. Wolford and little son, visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. George, of Ashton, Mich., were the M. Martin. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. McBee Misses Mary G. White, of Rich- during the holidays. mond, and Miss Louise Conring, of Miss Lola Eubanks, of Williams- i Versailles, have returned home afti burg, has leturned home after a vis- a visit to Miss Elveree Cobb, M McCor-mac- j it to her aunt, Mrs. W. Miss Etta Mueller came home from . Pittsburg. Pa., to snpnrl tVio tinlirlaw Wm. Brvan, who came came home with her father, W. H. Mueller. She from M. M. I., to snend the holidays returned .Monday. with his rarents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay Rankin, of Urvjin. returned Tuesday. Hubble, visited Ben V. Smith nd Mrs. T. K. Watson has returned to I family at Somerset last week and her home at Earbourville after a vis- 'heard W J. Bryan speak there Wedand friends and in Lan- nesday evening. it to relatives caster. Miss Mary Moore Raney returned Wearen Hughes, of Memphis, to the.College of Music at Cincinna-t- o Wednesday after spending the snent several days early in the week with his mother Mrs Julia Hughes holidays here with relatives and friends. and family. Mr. Shannon McKinney, who has Miss Martha Rickels and brothers, Raymond and Clyde, are visiting been the truest of Mr. nml TVTvs. W James Boone at Maywood. 0. Speed near Hustonville, went to Jesse Hocker. who is attending Corbin the first of the week to visit Transylvania University at Lexing- her son, P. W. McKinney. ton, is here for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Price and Mis Anna Kinkead, of Danville Mrs. Ap Price, of Lancaster took the and Millersburg made a short visit train here Tuesday for Florida. Mrs last week to her room mate, Miss Ap Price was called there on account Edith Welburn. of the illness of her daughter, while Virgil McMullin, of Eubank, spent Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Price went' to Wednesday in Somerset with friends, spend the winter. while on his way to Atlanta, Ga., to Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Grinstead, oi spend the holidays. Somerset News. Cincinnati, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Walter Milburn, of Lebanon, Gabe of Ashland, Mr and Mrs. J. H. Walter and Misses Mnyme ipl T.'thel Turner and daughter, Miss Edna Walter, of Lancaster, attended the Grace, of Nicholasville, Mr. and Mrs. burial of their uncle, James Walter G. T. Grinstead and daughter, Dorohere Sunday nftcn.oon thy of Richmond were the guests o Miss Nannie McKinney, who is at- Rev. and Mrs. W. S. Grinstead for tending school at Williamsburg, was Xmas. the guest of her parents. Mr. and Misses Mary Dee Beck and Allen Mrs. John McKinney at Mt. Salem Ray Evans, of Hustonville. Miss Margaret Beck and Orie Barnett, of for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Walton have Hustonville, Miss Ruth Beck and Wm Carson,, of Stanford, James Cooper, moed to the property of Mrs. Stone on Lancaster street Harvey Wilkinson, Strother Carter vac? ted by R. C. Arnold. Mrs. composed a bunch of young folks who Y7. H. Murphy has moved into attended a big dance at Lebanon last the property vacated by Mr. Walton. Wednesday night. Personal and Social c His many friends regret to know Slaughcrville, Ky. "I wish to tell you hat on account of ill health, Dr. A of the benefit Dr. Pierce's medicines have f: F,rice has been forced to give ur been to us. Severn! members of mv his dental work in Stanford. family have taken either 'Golden Medical w Discovery ' or ' Favorite Prescription ' and . . T. i Kaymonu Conrad, formerly of always wiui me very best of results. Kj Three vears aero mv husband had a very aiTied a PPU" Yft0 SRVPrs !kin frrsnblrv six bottles la.r Lincoln county girl, is now run lie took news agent L. N. he Mediad Discovery' of Goldenfrom a local druggist, whichwas ning aPasss throughon thefrom &Lou- here procured and isville, to Norton, Va. entirely cured. a. "Two vears airo I had ncrvmin trouble. heart affections and severe pains in my Li. lUOOre. Ot Llbertv. who ha" head. 1 took two bottles of 'Favorite i, een ,n U mtesbS several time with Prescription' and was relieved. I have taken it several times in 'the last few J- - Wat Brown, who has just won a vears and nlwnv.i with norfoct results. $2,000 suit in Letcher county, re t can recommend it to anyone as being ports that last spring he observed a ill it is represented to be " Mits. S. P. mountain iarnier growing tour acres Collings, L. Box 112. of corn on two acres of land two acres up and two acres down and that last week he saw the same far THAT WEAK BACK mer gathering it by putting the ears Accompanied by pain here and there in a sack and suspend it to a wire exsxtreme nervousness sleeplessness may-- e faint spells, chills or spasms all are tending from the top of the field to ignals of distress for a woman. She may the barn on the opposite side of the creek. De growing from girlhood into womanhood passing from womanhood to motherhood or later suffering from that change MISS BAILEY ENTERTAINS into middle life which leaves so many The Mozart Club was delightfully wrecks of women. At any or all of these periods of a woman's life she should take entertained by Mies Mary Bailey at her home on East Main street. In ?. toaic and nervine prescribed for just such cases by a physician of vast expe- the receiving line were Miss Mary Bailey, Miss Catherine Gregory and rience in the diseases of women. Miss Bess Holtzclaw and Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription has Spalding Hill, Bryan Perkins, Messrs. James successfully treated more cases in the past Cooper and Cecil Brown, of Lancaso0 years than any other known lemedy. ter. Miss Annie Lee Eubanks and i ablet James Bailey presided at the frappe It can now be had in sugar-coatform as well as in the liquid'. Sold b; bowl. The parlor and hall were beaumedicine dealers or trial box by mail o. tifully decorated with the Christmas colors, while the dinino- ronm whoi-receipt of 50 cents in stamps. a delightful salad course was served, Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulat was in tne ciud colors. Early in the stomach, liver and bowels evening the guests were entertained granules. with a contest in musical terms. The winners were Miss Nancy Katherine McKinney, who received a box of W. Acey went to J. Louisville uauity nne paper, and Stith Noe, Thursday on business. who received a parl hnrdlc knife. J. W. Lunsford went to Franklin Mrs. Bailey, Misses Ophelia Lackey, county this week to work on a farm. Lissa Holtzclaw, Mary Moore Ranev, Attorney George D. Florence as in and Marion assisted with tlie Mt. Vernon on legal business early entertaining. Those preeent were: Miss in the week. Matsy Brown and Prescott lirown, Miss Lettie Walker McKinDr. and Mrs. James Riffe, of spent several days here last ney and Arthur Coffey, Miss Pattve week, guests of Mr. and Mrs. McKee Perkins and Charlie Thompson. Miss Jean Paxton and Clarence Cooper, Riffe. Mr" and Mrs. Harry Frye, of the Miss Anna G. Wood and Hartwell Shanks, Hubble section, have been visiting Hugh R. Miss Frances Embry and Foster, Miss Annie V. Craif Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Fisher in Lexing- and Stith .Noe. Miss Nancv K. Mcton this week. and John Cash, "Miss AnD. W. Faulkner, formerly of Lin- Kinney nette Wearer, and Clem Hill, Mi's coln, has moved from Paint Lick to Belle Russell and Maurice Tucker. Berea. and writes to have his I. J. sent there as he "feels lost" without J Effective nnutsa LaXtltiVP tor Growing HIGHLY RECOMMENDED AS A FAMILY REMEDY Children m .til L E1"' J" nit nntniTin sikuj- - fiLblN aiu w .ui-- n.... I iflN a3 fA,! ;' I l4 holS In children the slightest irregular KJLP ity of the bowels has a tendencv to disturb tne entire digestive system, and unless promptly remedied invites serious illness. The experienced SHteIvan!: JoeWerfand mother knows that by training her t (t children to regularity in this respect, Joseph Leo vwiandL and when occasion arises administer ing a mild laxative, she "will have little ' tion need for the doctor's services. n'r. Caldwell' Svnm , Pnin ra 1. i -- .y',iil ;& ifiiil:: hi ': w:a r7.I.T.--T -- Ave., N. bovs. Frank and .Tospoh. arp shown in the illustration, writes that she has found Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin a" most effective laxative, not only for the children but also for herself, and that she will always keep it in the house to use when needed. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin that acts easily and naturally, without griping or other pain or discomfort. It is nleasant to the tnsto sn that children like it, and is equally effective on the strongest constitu- STAGG .!?&d'p25il.tobtoined atshould cents, and have a place in every home. It will save many times its cost in lessened doctor bills and maintain the health of the entire family. To avoid imitations and ineffective substitutes be sure to get Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. See that a of Dr. Caldwell's signature and his portrait appear on the yellow carton in which the bottle is packed. A trial bottle, free of charge, can be obtained by writing to Dr. W. B Caldwell, 455 Washington St., Mon- fac-sim- ile - cicello, Illinois ed - o turar-coat-ti- ny (indeed a very very accomplished On Wednesday evening of last young lady, while the groom is the and WffltanlSff ,.C?k Miss MaBS,e 8t and ocd busincsf 5,a"'. .. utiier were quietly marneu at the xur. wilcner has been at Uoldsboro, Methodist parsonage by Rev. W. D. N. C, for some time associated with Charles Lutes, in Welburn. These young folks had been his brother-in-lathe livestock buisness. sweethearts for some six years and Thursday for Knoxville, They left Tenn., to their marriage was not a surprise to visit her brother, Harry Stagg for a their host of friends and relatives. few davs then on to fioldeshnrn. trt The bride is the second daughter of make their future home, where they will Mrs. Jessie Stagg of this city and is manyhave the best wishes of their friends. f WILCHER if w, Gi-ime- s No. 2788 Er-lang- er, At Stanford, in the State of Kentucky at close of business, Dec. 27, 191fi RESOURCES Loans and discounts (except those shown on b and c) U. S. Bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value).... Stocks, other than Federal Reserve Bank stock Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of subscription Value of banking house (if uneuenmbered) $282,825.23 50,000.00 2,945.00 2,400.00 4,025.00 2,173.50 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF - ' k. -- I By-be- e, Ma-lin- da re-Pit- 'T Chrome Catarrh is Curable it may maaifestitsplf in a local ulceration. l catarrh is systcmic-tha- tis. it is prosent throughout SSbody . flnlv ft trnotmnnf mill Local troataentssomctimcshelp the cuto . cannot overcome the svstcmicilis.nn.. ; SS5 Sev mSVSS't PERUNA lias Helped Thousands t., u lie voluntary testimony of that. Pcruna benefits in a PcrurfabuiWs hclP3ifc the sysKn co'ndlfioCStl0a,rC3t0rC3theBtrCngthand "aicotocatarrn. iyipA ei2EAlUurruiAI3NiCnitmj:ca . Pcruna ha3 special valuo ia catarrh: It gives vitality to the system, restores tono to the membranes and enables these to m their functions. In many cases its beneuts begin at once, and it rarely fails I wben treatmentis continued properly. ThoPeruna Medical Department willbo Rlad to assist you to overcome this disease. The doclor'a advice is free. Don't delay treatment. per-lor- THE PERUMA CO., Columbus, O. Elizabeth Elizabeth Hunn, Mary Elizabeth 3V Kinney, Esther Burch, Ellen Ballou, Lettie Walker McKinney. Chare-rone- s were Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Todd. Misses Sadie Wearen. Sophie Saunders and Annie Lee Eubanks served the refreshments. Nellie W. Hill, of Waynesburg, are receiving con- fomt cnurcn lor the ensuing year. gratulation upon the birth of a litCollis Sinirleton is imnrovino- slow- tle son in their home. The youngster ly and his friends have some hope of has been named Willai'd Wilson Gil- nis recovery. liland. The father, who is serving on The little the board of County Supervisors here Robinette is son of Prof, and Mrs. improying. is, receiving congratulathis week, Little Byron Reynolds has been ill tions from his many friends inthis for a few days with a severe cold but section. is better at this writing. M. B. Smith bought a of land )ELIGHTFUL JUNIOR RECEPTION of Robert Hibbard for $50 per acre. Miss Grace Trimble is with her One of the most enjoyable enter- sister, Mrs. George Dishon at Cintainments of the holidays, was the cinnati for a few weeks. reception given Thursday evening, Mont came home at the Old College building by the troit to Dishon the holidays. from Despend the Junior Class in honor of the Mr. and Mrs. Sena Reynolds are Senior Class of 1917. Only a part of spending a few days with ther parthe house was used for the occasion ents here and at Barbourville. and the decorations were unusuallv attractive, the Junior class colors be- ed Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Rigney visittheir parents here. ing used. The receiving line included Misses Annie Rogers Powell and ed Ed Carey and family have returnhome after visiting relatives and Belle Russell, Messrs. Sam Hill. Ferdinand Matheny and Clarence Single friends here. Miss Elizabeth Dye spent a few ton, officers of the two classes. All days with her mother here. were given a cordial welcome aftei Mr. and Mrs. W. B. King spent last which everyone enjoyed delightful week with relative at Hodgenville. franpe, served by Miss Ellen Ballou Quite a sad event occurred last The social hour was spent pleasantly and the entertaining committee Sunday evening when Vircril Gooch. was constantly moving guests here son of Clara Gooch was killed bv a fast train No. and there whch made the evening crossed Fishing12 just after he had Creek bridge. His more enjoyable than ever. Many ir bers were given. on the Victrola b' body was cut into manv nieces. He Miss Nancy K. McKinney. which add- leaves two brothers. Ashford and Lawrence Gooch, and one sister, ed to the merriment of the crowd. Laverne Gooch, besides his mother to Suspended from the center of the ceiling in the dining room red and mourn his loss. We pvt.pnrl rmv heart-fe- lt sympathy to the bereaved white rope decoration were fastened to the corners of the table and the ones in tneir nours or trouoie. windows were filled with wotted of The little son of Mr. and Chitwnnd plants and fems. Here the guest0 ial Illinois was hroiifht herp for Imr. servca with delicious brick 'nrniiTri S1UC UJ- JveK- - He was buried by the i.lrtfi nr5 and cake bv members of fVir Pvocli years ago 'Huuier, wno uieu a iew and was the daughter of man and classes. In all there were over a hundred Mrs. Belle Jenkins of this nlace. present. Visitors came from Hubble, Lancaster, Danville and Frankfort. GO LO ANY Those present were : Messrs. William Bryan, Spalding Hill, Harry Reinhart, Joe T. Embry, MAY BRING Charles Sanders, Billie Swone. June Givens, Clarence Singleton, Will Rice Tonsilitis Amon, Burton Stapp, Ferdinand Ma- Bronchitis theny, Tilden Cooper, Henly Cash. TRe irritating, tickling cough Clem Hill. Edwin Welburn, Clarence Cooper, Shirley Gover, William P. affects the lunff tissue and Grimes, Maurice Tucker, Leon Davis, Prescott Brown, Clinton Coleman, wears down nature's power to Russell Dillehay, Harvey Wilkinson, resist disease germs. Paul Glafiton, Bowen Givens, Joe Hill, Richard Arnold, Stith Noe, Maurice Bruce, George Swineboard. Arthur Coffey, Sam Embry, Cecil Brown, James Tribble, Charlie Thompson, John Cash, D. S. Holman. missesi auierme uregory, wary liai-leElizabeth Holtzclaw. Putt Vnr. kins, Frances Embry. Edith Welburn, Jean Paxton, Gene Wood, Nancy K. McKinney, Sara Wood, Kate Lynn Vood, Eva Rankin, Elizabeth Carte" suppresses the cold, allays the inMary Moore Raney, Annette Wear- - flammation, steadily removes the "i. Anna ruitnerme r.lcKn ripy, Jose- irritation and rebuilds the resistive phine Matheny, Adelia R'i ell, May-m- e power to prevent lung trouble. Singleton, Mary And- rson, Ver-e- il SCOTT'S has done more LeComnte, Marietta Gf ?gin, Mary $? Beck, Isabelle Givens, t lara Cash, j$S$ for bronchial troubles than Annie VanArsdale Craig, Katherine any other one medicine. Harris, Josenhine Carper er, Rachel Hill, Allie R. Fish, Mo'vy Grimes, It contains no alcohol, ti-asub-Freshm- an Clifford Willis has gone to New Orleans, where he will be associated Rev. W. T. Tilford preached at the with his brother, Otis Willis, who is connected with a big racing stable at Baptist church Sunday night. New Orleans track. Rev. Childress of .Tnhnpttn TCV Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Gilliland, north has" been called as pastor of Pleasant it. King's Mountain Furniture and fixtures Net amount due from approved reserve agents in New York, Chicago and St. Louis $ 1.865.SS Net amount due from approved reserve agents in other reserve cities'! 10,871.56 et amount due from banks and bankers other than included in 12 or 20) Outside checks anA otner cash items .".""$30l!l4 Fractional currency, nickels and cents 154.03 Notes of other national banks ... ! ' Federal Reserve notes ...'. .."""""""" Lawful reserve in vault and net amount due from Federal Reserve Bank Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due i firom U. s" Treasurer Total LIABILITIES Surplus fund Undivided profits Cauital stock taid in 12,737.44 2,179.(56 455.17 605.00 200.00 22.82Q.70 2,500.00- - $3SG,466.70 S .""".""$10045799 Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid 4,959.75 50,000.00 28,500.00 Circulating notes outstanding 77.7777.7 Individual deposits subject to check Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days Total demand deposits, Items 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39 and 40, $187,610.76 Certificates of deposit Otr.er time deposits Total of time deposits, Items 41, 42 and"43$59,369.0 Bills payable, other than with Federal Reserve Bank, including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts- - 5,086.24 49,400.00 .185,513.76 2,097.00 23,042.30 36,327.20 6,500 00 Total 0 $386,46 Mate ot .Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ss: H- - C. Baughman, Cashier of the above-name- d bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and helief. &LSiffi9SV1rti-cS..-:J$, h. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before Correct Attest : me this 4th day of January, 1917 J. S. HOCKER, W. M. BRIGHT, Commission expires Jan. 11, 1920 13 Notary Public J. C. EUBANKS", S. T. HARRIS, 1 Directors K 3 J. 1 8lO i 1 lit? VJ ranaalPr OHEST or Has all to do with the value of a cut price An article reasonably priced in the beginning is indeed a baigain when offered at half price. TUT? -i mm- J)l1 1 3 v. The Coats, Suits and Dresses we are offering you at half price were reasonably priced to begin with. The values are surprising, but our policy to carry nothing over works wonders in our store and in your pocket book - Come now! Don't delay! You'll never know unless you look Sallie Mills Craig, Farra, Margaret Beck, Scott & Bowne. Bloomfieid, N. J. lfr-i- -- We get vou cash on Accounts. Notes. Claims, by collecting quickly any- wnere in united states. Collection guaranteed or no charges. : : : : : MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY Somerset, Ky. CASH for ACCOUNTS iever '&j Son "r?l.-- - -- - ' Page Six The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, January 5, 1917 Sheriff's Sale For Delinquent Taxes .jggrmESaBry Monday, January 8, 1917, soo 5.25 Richards, Fred, 20 acres same being County Court day, offer White, George, 38 acres Root, A. D., (NR) 50 acres.... 1.65 for sale at the Court House door in CRAB ORCHARD, (COLORED) Stanford, Ky., the following real Anderson, Gran, Hrs., 1 acre.. 3.54 Schor, Henry, (NR) 56 a'cres 2.27 6.40 property, returned delinquent, same Buchanan, Ella May, 1 acre.... 2.27 Sherrow, J. A., 3 acres Sipple, D. C, 1 lot 3.25 beiner the amount due for state, Curtis, Bud (NR) 9 acres 3.54 3.25 county, school and state road taxes Delaney, Alfred, 5 acres THE UNIVERSAL CAR 5.56 Smith, Edgar, 1 acre for the year 1916. Said sale to be- - Johnson, Henry, Hrs., 3 acres 1.64 Swearingen, J. A., 20 acre.... 18.01 BOURBON REMEDY CO.. Ky. Lexington, 13.48 gin at 1 o'clock P. M., standard trae. Mullins, John, 1 acre Every factor of a good investment is 2.92 Taylor, Howard, 100 acres Enclosed Ssd photo of hos vras cared 12.08 cholera with your Eorcbon that Cliolera Rem-c Wilcher, J. B., 30 acres The names of those paying before Stevenson, Lige, 1 acre in the Fcrd car for business utilmet 4.29 2.02 edy. This hoffwas almost Hoe before istnjr 40 acres ity low frrct cost, small upkeep, that date will be stricken from the Vandiveer,.Geo., Hrs., 3 acres 2.91 Wolfin, Hrs., dead 3.56 the medicine, and theT was entirely cured, exlist. J. G. Weatherford, Sheriff of Welch, Wm. Jr., 1 lot minimum depreciation. With these 4.50 Yocum, Everett, 1 acre cept loss of ears, tail. etc. Theoi;ls owned 3.06 Lincoln County, Kentucky: j Welch, Chas., 16 acres merits is all the motor car perform5.13 Yocum,, George, 1 acre Skiles Ewirc. of Bcwlinjr Green, Ky. He will be glad to give you a testimonial, and wc you can buy at any price. In Welch, Sam, (NR) 1 acre ance 2.91 HUSTONVILLE (COLORED) I STANFORD, (WHITE) can cci several more if yoa want them. city or country Ford service is close WAYNESBURG. (WHITE) DHJJG CO.. Anderson, Davidson, (NR) 3 Bowen, Eliza, (NR) 16 acres 16.14 hand the service that keeps more at 5.13 Bowline Green, Ky, 2.27 nnres 5.01 Alford, C. M., 36 acres Carter, Bose, 32 acres than 1,750,000 Ford cars in daily use. o.lif Anderson Green, 2 lots Christopher, Dave, 50 acres.... 4.50 Anderson, L. G., 40 acres, balTouring Car $360; Runabout $345; Ask Your Druggist for It. ance, .. 5.66 Armstrong, George, 1 lot 4.50 2.92 Cramer, Wm. J., 1 lot Coupelet $505, Town Car $595, Se17.30 Bowles, L S., 1 acre Sold By 7.71 7.36 Ashley, W. B., 36 acres Hugh, Joe, (NR) 4 acres dan $645 all f. o. b. Detroit. Re1 lot 22.69 August, A. G., (NR) DO acres 8.63 Bright, Mary (NR) 2 acres.... 2.27 Kincaid, W. P., THE PENNY DRUG STORE member, Ford owners drive their 6.40 E. R. Coleman, Prop. Stanford, Ky.. 8.32 August, A. J., (NR) 134 acres 12.44 Brown, George, 1 acre Lake, Sid, M., 3 acres cars all the year around. : : : : : 4.19 Bruce, Alex, Est., 30 acres 2 Ball.Mrs. H. P., Lunsford, Mrs. George, 2 lots 7.36 Bastin, Wesley, 42 acres 30 acres 5.12 11.17 lot Moore, J. W. Moore, 116 acres 4.19 Baugh, H., 8 acres 6.40 Burdette, Sarah, 5 7,36 & Reynolds, 180 acres Nichols acres 2.27 Baugh, John, 23 acres 3.86 Burdette, Spoonamore, J. M., & A. L., 35 John, 22 acres. 9.40 3.22 Burton, Dave, 1 2.27 Baugh, Annie, 40 acres acres STANFORD, KY. lot. 3.55 Baumann, J. H. 24 acres 9.77 Carpenter, 23.40 Traylor, Emmett, 1 lotA Jake, Hrs., 1 lot.... 2.27 14.56 3.54 Bell, W. H., 120 acres Warren, Lou, B., 3 acres 1.30 9.08 Cloyd, Lizzie (NR) 2 acres 3.23 Bell, J. T., 42 acres. Yates, Walter, 13 acres 20-Ye- ar 4.61 Benson, James, J., 10 acres.... 6.15 Cloyd, J. Lucas, Hrs., 1 lot.... 1.35 20 acres Young, Dave, Bei-ry- , Maggie, 144 acres 19.94 Cloyd, West, 1 lot 5.68 3.85 in sums of $2,000 or more. No loan Young, H. G., 16 acres Bruner, U. G., 657 acres 28.90 Cooper; James, Hrs., 1 acre 1.65 fee charged. Phone or Write STANFORD, (COLORED) Bryant, T. L., 1 acre 5.65 5.13 Bryant, Mrs. Mattie, 3 acres.. 6.56 Craig, Adeline, 18 acres 1 lot 8.65 Adams, Richard, D. L L 2.27 Bunch, Jas. R., 130 acres Ball, Edith, 1 lot. 15.09 Givens, Ellen, Hrs., 25 acres.... 2.91 Lancaster, Ky. 6.40 Boone, May (NR). 5 acres.... 2.27 Burton, Dave, 15 acres 10.65 Givens, Tom, 2 1 acres 2.91 Buster, W. T., 4 acres lot 2.91 Bright, Polly, 1 let 2.92 Gpode, Bettie, Lodge No 4.19 Coker, A. G., 12 acres Good Samaritan 87 Bruce, Gill, (NR) 1 acre 3.70 1 lot 1.65 Burnside, John W., 3 acres.... 6.70 Cannon, G. H. 1 acre 5.13 5.56 Carrier, James, 20 acres 12 acres Logan, Jim, Garden, Alex, Sr., 5 acres 6.S5 I am prepared to vaccinate for An4.62 2.27 Creeds, Robards, 6 acres Logan, Shear Mary, 1 acre thrax, Black Leg, and all other 6.40 3.35 Graves, Charles, 2 acres 4.ou Curtis, F. V., 25 acres Logan, Jim, 12 acres tock diseases. Helm, Lawn, 1 lot 3.S6 3.86 3.23 Dale, JOHN Miller, George, 1 lot. J. D., (NR) 50 acres .... 7.36 Hocker, Sam, Hrs., 5 acres.... 2.95 Phono 204.COOK, Veterinarian, Ky. 3.97 Day, Mandy, 18 acres Nelson, Rebecca, 2 acres Stanford, Harrison (NR) 15 L Hocker, 4.8 5.56 Delaney, Phil, 1 acre Penman, John, 1 acre i acres 7.36 4.26 4.50 Delk, George, 25 acres Penman. Ben. 3 acres Masterson, Bud, 1 acre 3.86 3.86 Penman, Rev. E. L., 1 acre.... 6.84 Denham, V. P., 31 acres R. M. Meadows, Jake, 2 acres 3.86 4.1 (NR) 19 guest of Mr. Sam Sims Sunday night. Richardson, J. B. 6.40 Denham, C. S., 13 acres 5,49 Culp, Mala, 6 acres Headquarters for Best 10.92 Doan, J. M., 72 acres Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Austin, of acres George, Sr., 4 10 22 McCormack, FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE 7.67 Eads, John, 50 acres Indianapolis . is visiting friends and Ross, Squire, 2 acres 3.25 Phone 168 and 45. 3.86 McCormack, Arch 1 acre Stanford, Ky. 5.78 Emely, Mrs. Belle, 1 lot Ross, Alex, 2 acres There was a Christmas tree at the relatives this week. 6.08 Hocker, Alfred, (NR) 1 lot....' 4.20 Office of 5.13 Esbrathe, E. M., (NR) 100 Sallee, Jesse, 1 lot I. O. O. F. Lodge, 1 lot. Richards School house last Saturday 4.S1 6.40 Simpson, Alex, 30 acres afternoon. There was a large crowd 1.98 INFORMAL DINNER acres 12.40 Johnson, Richard, 1 lot 6.40 Faley, J. Simpson, Harvey, 37 acres there and everyone seemed to have 5.15 5.13 Johnson, Henry, 50 acres Frank, 1 a'xe Misses Hester Belle and Mary Simpson, Millie, Hrs. 4 acres 1.51 Fields, John, 70 acres an enjoyable time. 3.25 14.80 Jones, Ben, 1 lot DENTIST entertained Thurs- Simpson, Elias, 33 acres Banks Anderson 6.28 Fisher, Mrs. Chas. J., 1 acre. .. 4.81 Jones, Mary E., 1 lot The mail carrier did not go this day, December 28th, at their home on 2.27 Rooms 28-2Lincoln Bank Building-Phon1.64 Lucy, 4 acres week on account of high waters. 227 4.81 Jones, John, Est. 3 acres 214 STANFORD. KY. East Main street with a six o'clock Simpson, Lucy, (NR) 1 acre.... 3.54 Flint, Sam, 1 lot Simpson, Miss Sallie Martin, of Indianapo- dinner in honor of Miss Vercil 2.27 Florence, Delia, 1 lot 1.84 Jones, Mattie, 1 3ot 3.54 Florence, J. F., (NR) 15 acres 2.91 Lyons, Wm., 1 acre Smith, Lucy, (NR) 1 acre lis, Ind., returned home last Satur,.. 3.86 of Frankfort. Covers were 2.91 Florence, J.F. 1 lot day to spend a few days with home-folk- s. laid for Misses Vercil LeCompte, Smith, Allen, Hrs. 5 acres 8.95 11.48 Lyons, Abe, Jr., 21 acres 2.27 Floyd, Mrs. R.M. 5 acres (NR) 3.25 2.02 Morton, John, 2 acres Nancy Hunn, Hester Belle and Mary Smith, Bob 1 acre 2 acres DENTIST 3 86 Floyd, Mrs.E.Ann 290 Mr. Arnold Sims, who has been Banks Anderson, Messrs. Will Rice Smith, Isa, sdjdc z ''saH 'sauiBf 'o.Saj Myers acres.... 7.36 Og'i House Flats Stanford, Ky. 3.23 Floyd, James 1 acre working at Carthage, O., has return- Amons, of Lancaster, Robert Tilden Smothers, Carey, 1 acre acres 4.50 r'hons: Office 240; Ret. 165 9.90 Gastineau,G.W. (nr)4 acres.... 4.21 McGill, Eph., 2 acres ed home to spend holidays with home Cooper, Smiley Lee Hill and Burton, Stepp, Mrs. F. L., 1 lot 5.80 5.29 Thurmon, Harrison, 40 acres.. 5.13 Gastineau, J.F. 95 acres folks. 17.28 McKinney, Joe, Hrs., 1 acre.... 1.65 Stapp, of Lancaster. 40 acres 3.54 Gurley, A. Little Alma Austin, who has been 3.25 5.56 Owens, Willie, 12 acres J 14 Mrs. J. E. Grubbs and little son. Thurmon, Dick, Hrs., ML 8.75 Ganslin, Mont 40 acres M. Casey, D. sick is some better at this writing. 7.36 16.37 Owsley, Emma, 1 lot acres Robert Harold left Tuesday for Del Tucker, Green, 5 acres 3.54 Goff, H., 130 acres Mrs. Billy Estes of this place, has Rio, Texas to spend a few months Wallace, Matilda, 1 lot Patton, Newman, 11 acres.... 5.80 24.04 Veterinary Surgeon Lilly, been visiting Mrs. Oscar Wilcher at with 5.92 Patton, Wm., Sr., 114 acres.... 21.16 Grad. Cincinnati Veterinary College who is stationed on Whitley, Logan, 30 acres acres 3.97 Gooch, Mila, 136 acres 2.27 Gooch Mrs. Nannie 2 lots 17 Hrs., Erlanger last week. Reynolds, Mary Jane, 1 lot.... 1.98 the border. Mrs. Matt Grubbs and lit- Whitley, (Rec. by U. S. Gov.) 4.91 Grant, W. M., (nr) 70 acres.... 2.27 Riffe, Henry, 1 lot Mre. C. Pruitt of Ludlow, has re- tle son, Ollie accompanied them to Whitley, Bob, Hrs., 1 lot 7.70 4.S1 Office Farris' Stable 2 acres.'... 1.64 Graybeal, Emma 37 acres Withers, Lucy Ann, turned home to spend a few days Danville. 3.97 Riffe, George, C, 20 seres.... 3.86 Danville, Kentucky 2.70 Woods, Mattie, 1 acre with homefolks at this place. 5.45 M., 17.85 Riffe, Laura, 88 acres 1 acre.... 5.13 Hallar.H. H., 150 .acres Woolford, George A., Mr. Neal Henderson Bastin, of 2.30 6.40 Ross, Henry, (NR) 1 lot 40 acres Harris, W. 3.23 Harris, J. C, 30 acres A DAILY PAPER CHEAP Cooper, Josh, 2 acres..". Danville, spent Saturday and Sunday 3.86 3.86 Smith, Tom, Jr., 1 lot with their uncle,Mr. Eblee Smith at 4.55 See B. L. FAGALY for Contracting For a short time, the I. J. can send Craig, Allen & Givens, 1 acre 2.2 Henry,Solan (nr) 50 acres 2.2 Smith, Wm., 1 lot this place. you the Louisville Herald, daily, a Craig, Wm., 1 acre 3.25 and Building of any sort Ileuses, 4.10 Singleton, Frank, 1 acre 3.56 Hicks, Dave, (NR) 2 acres . Miss Maud Lucas was a wTelcme year and the I. J. a year, both for 4.55 Barns, Etc. Stanford, Kentucky. 3.23 Singleton, Clay, 5 acres 2.27 Higgins, Wm. 14 acres Craig, Phoebe, 1 lot 4.86 $3.60. If you are already paid up on 84. acres 15.31 Steele, Chas., 1 lot 2.91 Holbrook, W.V. acres, 6.20 the I. J. your subscription will be ex- Dawson, Ann 1 acre S. 7 Horton, J. 6.40 Turner, Ad, 17 acres C. 3.23 Irvin, Fred 123 acres tended a year ahead. No subscription Farris, Ben 1 acre 12.76 Weatherford. Winnie, 1 lot.... 2.27 for the Herald alone will be receiv- G. M. 0. of F. 1 lot 19.51 Wisdom Temple Lodge, 1 lot 6.10 AUCTIONEER, 7.36 Isom, Eli 114 acres LANCASTER, KY. 7.70 ed. Send all subscriptions to the I. J. G. M. 3.94 Yowell, Sam, 1 lot Jacobs, Dan 35 acres 7.36 The high dollar at your sale all the-0. Lodge, 1 lot office. 1 43 5.47 time and at lowest price; sales 3.23 Jaussen, Emil(nr) acres acres Harris, Willis, 1 lot 100 4.81 Karreth, C. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING cried anywhere. 3.09 Kincaid, G. J., 40 acres Lieut. B. T Blanton, of the Second Hays, Jim, 1 acre 22.54 Kentucky regiment, in camp at El Hays, Polly, 1 acre stock- Phone 364A Lancaster at my expense The annual meeting of the 1.97 Kishup, Fred, 84 acres 8.95 Paso, has been fired for drunken- Hays, of 6.19 Lanham, Sallie hrs, 40 acres.... 7.36 holders of the People'satBank office in Ike, 2 acres, ness. will pc held its Lee, J. A., 73 acres 8.95 4.92 Long, W. M., 152 acres I. M. 10.22 Hustonville on January 9, 1917 at Announcement is made from Frank- Higgins, John, 9 acres 3.90 Long, E. W. (nr) 60 acres Henry, 1 acre WAYNESBURG. 7.67 10 o'clock. J. W. Hoskins, Cashier. UNDERTAKER, fort that J. Forrest Butts, of Carroll-to- n Higgins, 101-tWe carry a large and complete stock will be appointed to succeed J. Higgins, Silva, 17 acres 2.61 Lee, Mrs. Laura 45 acres 6.08 Office Phone 167 of Caskets, Robes etc at all times. Home Phone 35 Norton Fitch, of Nicholasville, on the Hill, Mose Hrs., 4 acres 4.81 2.27 Love, Mary 65 acres STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING STANFORD. KY. Phone: Farmers' line No. State Board of Control, Jan. 1st. 5.56 Lucas, Ed, 7 acres j 4.62 Lucas, Chas., 75 acres Gooch, Ed. 11 acres 8.66 A meeting of the stockholders of Woodstock line No. 5.13 Marks, Mrs.Mary B., 76 acres 21.14 Grigsby, James.... 19 acres 2.91 Merrett, D., 1 acre 3.86 the Lincoln Trust Company will be Harris, Lucy (NR) 2 acre 30 acres 2.27 held at its office in Stanford, Ky.. V. 2.27 Mills, hrs, Hocker, Joe, Adm. 2 acres Morgan, Floyd, 25 acres 5.78 on Tuesday, January 9, 1917 for the DENTIST CRAB ORCHARD, CWHITE) Murphy, Cicero, 19 acres 7.36 election of directors and transaction Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays Adams, Mrs. Nannie P., 82 Bud, (NR) 50 acres 3.54 of such other business as may come at Crab Orchard 8.00 McElforth, Maggie, 5 acres acres 8.63 McKenzie, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays Albright, J. H., 35 acres 5.03 McKenzie, M. S., 5 acres 98-t3.56 before them. 4.40 McLaughlin, T. W., 50 acres at Stanford Allen, John, 85 acres 2.91 Office in Lincoln Bank Buiding Alley, John. 44 acres 3.54 McMullin, Joe, 53 acres STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING Benge. Anderson, SO acres 4.62 McMullin, Sallie G., 5 acres.... 6.93 1.15 way is on The annual meeting of the stockof 4.15 Newcomb, W. M., 1 acre Bcbbitt, F. F., 21 acres 5.13 holders of the National Banl of Hus Brown, A. B., 15 acres 3.56 Nolan, T. H., 45 acres In Buchanan, Mrs. Bettie, 1 lot.... 6.01 Osborne, Henry, (NR)' 115 9.67 tonville will be held at its office in Burleson, Robt., 7 acres 4.06 a well-know- n acres 6.40 Hustonville, Tuesday, January 9. of car-load- s of 10.20 Osborne, Eliza, 101 acres Brewer. J. Jr., 45 acres Sanitary Plumbing. Heating, Tin16.26 1917 for the election of directors Brack, August, (NR) 380 ning and Guttering Guranteed. Osterman, W. M., 2S acres 6.40 of such other Myers Pumps and Gray Enginesacres 33.81 Otto, George W., 116 acres.... 11.49 and the transaction Chappell, James, 138 acres.... 15.81 Padgett, business as may come before them Ed., 135 acres K. Conder, P. M 1 lot 9.26 Padgett. W. G., (NR) 30 acres 15.41 J. H. Hocker, Cashier. 9S-t- d 3.88 Phone 188 Stanford, Ky. Cummins, Mrs. Kessie, 15 acres 6.08 Parsons, Henry, (NR) , 50 acres 4.81 Davis, Mose, 1 lot 7.67 Pumphrey, L. D., 14 acres.... 3. 88 sell you Davis, Frank, L., 4 acres 8.16 Pumphrey, Lou, 1 acre A.uto STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING 6.15 Denny, W. Tom, 25 acres 3.23 Redmon, George, (NR) 7 acres 2.91 meeting of the stock- Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and The annual Denny, Jasper, 10 cres .. 2.92 Reece, G. W., 117 30.28 holders of the Crab Orchard BankBuggies; Open Day and Night. Denny, Gran, 20 acres ... 3.93 Rice, Mrs. Laura, 50 acres by trip or the mile. Give us s 13.72 acres Denny, Walter, 1 acre 6.49 Riley, Mrs. elect- Autos 4.81 ing Company for the purpose of Alta, 75 acres Trial, We Will Please You. Denny, James, 30 acres 4.29 Rodgers, F. A., 20 acres 4.50 ing directors for the year 1917 and Phone 5. H. H. Carter, Manager- 7 67 Ernestine, Kuhr, 96 acres Roland, Wm., 3 acres 3.56 for the tranaction of such other busiCalls answered day or night. Frith, T. S., (NR) 79 acres. 8.00 Roland, J. G., 33 acres 10.22 as may Goun, John, 15 acres i.22 Ross, W. D., (NR) 129 acres. 22.62 ness be held legally come before it CARTER & CARTER, Stanford, Ky. German Olub House, 1 acre .. 3.4 Ross, C. G., 25 acres..... will at the bank on Tuesday, 5.89 Gutman, Newt, 5 acres 16.77 Sanders, R. B., 84 acres January 9th, 1917. H. G. Skiles, 12.76 Harlow, Mrs. Margaret, 1"4 ' 101-11.17 Cashier. Sanders Eva, 74 acres '. acres 2.52 .Si ns, Playden, 12 acres 3.05 ONE YEAR Hensley, George, 10 acres SIX MONTHS 3.23 Geo. (NR) 35 acres 3.54 Daily Except Sunday Hiatt, A. M., (NR), 127 acres 2.t:4 Singleton, Hayden, 3 acres Skidmore, 7.36 STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel? Hicks, Mrs. Annie, 52 acres.... 2.33 Skidmore, W. D., 38 acres 5.01 A meeting of the stockholders of at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. Holmes, John, W., 783 acres 275.39 Smallwood, G. J. (NR) 40 L Holmes, D. V., 125 acres .. .. 35.3V the Lincoln County National Bank Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at acres 12.76 9:00 n. m. and 1:23 p. m. Hoskins, Mrs. Sarah, 1 lot 5.45 Spradlin, S. J., "(NR) 17 "acres 3A7 will be held at its office in Stanford, DAILY BY MAIL Bundles and Packages Carried at Irwin, W. D.. 125 acres 14.88 Stone, John B., 61 acres 1 05 1 Ky., on Tuesday, January 9, 1917 Low Charges (Not Sunday) Isaacs, Dr. II. H., 25 acres 3.54 Trimble, Richard, 5 acres 4.62 for the election of directors and O. L. MINKS. Pronrietor Iverson,. Ernest, 15 acres 6.67 Trobridge, D. J., 30 acres 11.28 Kidd, Chas., 20 acres 5.56 Walls, A. J., 92 acres and 10.63 transaction of such other business as Klebs, Chas. 60 acres 5.91 Williams, T. D., 40 acres 11.49 may come before them. W. M. King, Wm., 20 acres 2.72 Williams, Vernie, 33 acre's 98-t5.79 Bright, Cashier. Kruger,- Ed., 60 acres I represent the largest and best made-ti- 4.81 Young, Chas., 15 acres 4.29 order clothing hoco in this Jj T. Prire and Co., Chicago. III. countrv- er- Lee, R. B., 100 acres 13.72 ' 3Iy Ed HUSTONVILLE (WHITE) Lewis, Morgan, 10 acres 5.13 in and the m.tk A meeting of the stockholders of pcrirnco your measuring gives directing advantagr Linney,- - Hrs., 450 acres me the clothes, 7.36 Austin, Jason, (NR) 2 acre.... 1.65 A GREAT MONTHLY MAGAZINE ins of 1.65 the First National Bank will be over one who is not a practical tailor If you Lackowitz, Lewis, 118 acres.... 11.93 Bastin, Hrs., 6 acres will give nse promise I Blackerby, R. P., 60 acres 10.95 held at its offiice in Stanford, Ky., square deal. your order,get Trill worth ofyou o. Magee, Mrs. Beride,'l lot 4.33 will the Brandenburg, H. K., 18 acres.... 3.25 on Tuesdav, January 9, 1917 for the "1."npr. ;t!irr You the cheapest grades or your Manuel, J. F., 1 lot thein 10.11 I 4.20 ily 1'AL.Li and WIXTl Z lusher prices. Melvin, Mrs. Elizabeth, 1 acre 1.50 Brawner, Mrs. Mary, 1 lot line of samp!'! is now ready for your in 1.65 election of d. rectors and transaction Monday, Joe, 84 acres .".... 22.47 Brown, Mrs. Ellen, 4 acres 7V rracncal TaiIor 19.12 of such other business as may come Osborn, Mahaly, Hrs., 50 acres 2.91 Burgin, W. J., 2 lots Special Rate Period Limited to These Two .Months 5.15 before them. II. C. Baughman, Cash- spection- - Can now and let cie shiw you. Carpenter, John, 5 acres Owen.s, Mrs. Jeff, (NR) 45 98-tacres 1,97 Chrisman, Mrs. Mary, 10 acres 20.00 ier. . 2.93 WHEN YOU COME TO DANVILLE Splendid Combination at a Lit tie Over Half the Regular Price Parks, Conrad, 221 acres 78.91 Clarkson, Sam (NR) 1 lot Compton, Mrs. L. C, 2 acres.... 8.62 J'ayne, W. A., 1 acre Hitch With 5.37 3.25 Reed, George, 40 acres ' 10.80 Compton, Evan, 2 acres STOCKHOLDERS MEETING this rate will be accepted only when sent Subscription orders at M. 3.56 Reynolds Avery, 35 acres 2.36 Denham, John V., 2 acres Agent in this district A meeting of the stockholders of through regular Courier-Journ3.87 Denham, Tom, Jr., 1 lot Rodgers, George, 3 acres NEW LIVERY 3.86 17.80 the Bank of Moreland, will be held at Careful Attention Rodgers, John, 2 acres.., 3.23 Gooch, E. O., 1 lot to Hitch, Feed and Ky., on Tues3.55 its office in Moreland, Rutledge, Chas., 2 acres 3.86 Gresham, Mat, 5 acres Board Horses. day, January 9, 1917, for the elecSanders, L. L., 1 lot 36.34 Horine, E. B. (NR) 400 acres 12.40 tion of directors and transaction of 4th Street Phone 32 Thurmond's 3.56 Severance, Hiram, l lot. 4.81 Ingard, Levi. 76 acres 2.28 such other business as may come beft Rft Inirard. Frank (NR) 50 acres SeipJer, w. J., (NR) 1 Inf. Old Stand COMPANY, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY COURIER-JOURNA- L 2.ai fore them. Chas. Wilhoit, cashier. Slusher, Robt., (NR) 100 acres 3280 Jackson, Luke (NR) 1 lot... DANVILLE, KENTUCKY 6.08 smith, Mrs. J. T., 100 acres.... 4.81JarDe, J. u., i lot by-M- r. Stephens, James, 25 acres Taylor, James, 1 acre Taylor, Chas., 1 acre Turner, Mrs. Mary F., 75 acres I, J. G. Weatherford, Sheriff of Webber, Henry, (NR) 65 acres Wentzel, August, (NR) 86 Lincoln county, Ky.. will on Smith, Riley, 25 acres Spratt, J. C, 136 acres 3.86 6.84 3.60 3.23 3.23 2.91 4.81 Jesse, J. T., 1 lot 5.14 McAninch, Clell (NR) 1 lot.... 35.35 McClure, C. K., 2 acres, 1 lot 18.82 Peck, L. B., 1 acre 2.85 Peck, Asey, 2 acres 4.58 Reid, John, 72 acres 8.95 2.84 Reid, Chas., 25 acres Reid, Frank, 5 acres 3.58 Reynierson, Tom, (NR) 1 lot 2.27 HERE'STHEHOG JEN'KINS-SUBLET- T H. C. Anderson, Agent PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS FARM LOANS A. THOMAS VACCINATE New Salem NEWLAND 8. PERKINS 9, te, r. W. PENNINGTON, V. John her-husban- d, CONTRACTING J. McCLARY CAPT. AM BOURNE 1-- Hus-tonvil- le REYNOLDS Undertaker Embalmer d. Make Your Crops Bigger The best Fertilizer. W. BURGIN d. to put the right kind We have just received a couple "When W. the Doubt Take Bath." WARNER Swift and Armour Brands of Fertilizer And can - it to right. Livery and Service E. T. PENCE. $4,00 $2.00 2. Auto Bus Between Danville and Stanford COURIER-JOURNA- To the Public: Farm and Family - d. During January and February Only - ! HO l?7TI I d. al J. FARRIS, Jr. E. L. REINHART, Stanford, Ky. inj ... 1-- td t Lttr&MtertL. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Statement of Condition Friday, January 5, 1917 Page Severn Crab Orchard Banking Co. DECEMBER 30, 1916 RESOURCES Crab Orchard. Sloan Suggested Loans and Discounts County Warrants Overdrafts Banking House and Fixtures Other Real Estate Cash Reserve: Other Assets Total Capital Stock Surplus Reserve for taxes Cashier's Checks Deposits '. '.. $63,542.85 4,054.12 549.94 3,000.00 3,720.18 18,792.16 25.66 $93,684.91 Due from Banks Cash in Bank $14,935.01 3,857.15 LIABILITIES $1 5,000.00 . 1,625.00 27.59 257.85 76,774.47 Total :t December 30, 1914. December 30, 1915 December 30, 1916 $93,684.9 1 the object of this Bank to serve well the community in which it is located and as evidence that the service it renders is entirely satisfactory to its customers we point to the, growth as shown by the following comparative statement of deposits is It Deposits Deposits Deposits I $40,267.18 50,005.37 76,224.53 the officers of this Bank to note the number of new accounts that have been opened with us during the past year and especially in view of the fact that in most instances these new accounts can be directly traced to the influence of satisfied customers. In presenting the within statement to our friends and customers we want to call your particular attention to the It has been very gratifying to increase in the Deposits of this Bank during the past year and to assure you of our appreciation of the loyal support on your part that has made this statement possible. It shall continue to be the policy of this Bank to be of the utmost service to its patrons and on a basis of Security, Satisfaction and Service we solicit the Banking Business of the citizens of Crab Orchard and vicinity. H. G. SKILES, Cashier W. T. Gover H. G. Skiles J. J. H. Collier C. Bailey DIRECTORS W. E. Perkins Josh Wilson J. B. Willis G. B. Lyne "THERE ARE LARGER BANKS BUT NONE SAFER" BlllllHBlMBBBMBBflBaBBBHBBflBilllMBHBBMBHBflBnHilBHHHaBBiHBBMilMHH Rubbers and Overshoes All sizes Ball Band and Hipressnone better W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky Mr. Charlie Jones of Cincinnati, For Farm Appraiser Under New Ruvisited his brother, Dr. L. F. Jones , ral Credits Loan Law during the holidays. Mrs. William Fife, of Winchester, Friends of A. P. Sloan, of Hubble, is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. are urging him for appointment as one of the three appraisers for this T. Chawdick. Miss Mayme Holman has returned district, under the federal Rural from a pleasant visit to Miss Sadie Credits farm loan law recently passed Catlin of Lebanon. by congress. Strong endorsements Mrs. Mayme Andrews and children for Mr. Sloan , have gone in to Senaof Covington spent Xmas with her tors Beckham and James at Washingmother, Mrs. King. Vote Mr. Shirley Gover, of Lexington, ton, and Congressman Harvey Helm. gladdened his many friends here by Mr. Sloan is an active, working dema visit Xmas. ocrat. He is precinct committeeman Dr. Thomas Lyne has just return- for his party in his precinct, and has ed from Henderson, where he spent two weeks with his sister and brother. had a life time's experience on the Rev.. Pervis visited his parents, farm, so is exceptionally well qualiof Grab Orchard near Harrodsburg Friday and Satur- fied for the place, to which his day. friehds are urging that he be appointRev. Wyatt and bride left for ed. the Democratic Nomination Ocala, Fla., Wednesday, leaving Officials of the Farm Loan Board many to regret giving them up and many wishes that the sunny southern have announced that more than 0 fo breezes will restore him to health. farmers have applied for mortLast Friday night at the Christian church the Junior Endeavors were gage loans aggregating approximately $150,000,000, or more than sevenentertained by their teachers, Skiles and Stephenson. A good teen times the amount of money program was carried out by these lit- which will be immediately available tle tote including one interesting dialogue about Santa Claus. A Christ for loans upon the organization of August mas tree loaded with pretty and use- the twelve Farm Loan Banks. : 1917 Most of the applications have come ful presents, where not one of the 60 was forgotten, was the main fea- from the South and West. They will ture. Sarah Mae Pettus represented continue to come in by hundreds ev Santa and changed her voice so no one knew until the performance was ery day. Requests of 200 application over who he was. Billy Boy Pettus blanks, contemplating requests for and Henry Shelby Fish distributed loans to 2,000 farmers, have come mmmm. the presents and everyone present from Iowa alone. enjoyed the occasion. Chapel Although the location of the banks Bee Lick Mrs. John King has not been so probably will not be announced bewell this week, being in bed most of Mr. Charley Robbins and family the time, but she enjoys having her fore December 20, it was said that i Ye friends visit her and last week sev- almost immediately after organiza- spent Xmas with Miss Nannie Davis. t E1L25 Mrs. M. C. Thompson has returned eral including your correspondent were treated to as fine a dinner as tion banks would find it necessary home from a visit to Monon, Ind. Her has ever been given in this place and to issue bonds for virtually their en- brother, Clay Lutes came home with it was prepared by Miss Edna, who tire capital stock to meet the demands her. though young ranks with the best of of borrowers. A Christmas tree was given by Mr. Mr . nn1 Mia. xxxnu-- ococc .... AT- - XT. spent a cooks. The rate of interst on bonds is a and Mrs. A. J. Bailey Dec. 25th for mother-in-laMiss Fannie King, of Indianapolis, at pleasure of their children and Bandy the has been with her parents, Mr. and subject now engaging the board's at- grandchildren. Several vouhp folks Aunt Jemina Todd is tention. It is thought that it will not were also present. Mrs. Pate King during Christmas. a few days with her sister, spending G. Mr. Henry Catron of Cedar Creek exceed 5 per cent. The bonds will Mrs. Br M. C. Thompson and Andy Brown near Lancaster. bought the Jarvis home of George be offered at the maximum allowed Thompson were in Stanford Tuesday M. M. Taylor visited King. Price not stated. on ousmess. at Estesburg this week. the fair sex Mr. Chadwick is still suffcrinng by law of 1 per cent less than the Miss Salena Royse spent Xmas day greatly from two carbuncles on his rate charged for loans. Daily conj" o neck. ferences are being held by board witn ivusses .Nannie and .hcldie Bailey. this week on business. ui, mi. vernon Mrs. Lair of Lebanon, Ind., is with Mrs. J. Thomas Cherry enter- members with bankers from various her daughter, Mrs. Clarence Boone. i.MrT- - aa Proctor visited his bro- tained the following at an elegant sections to School closed at Watt's Chapel last tner, Alex Sunday. determine 'the minimum dinner this week: Mr. and Mrs. F. Friday. K. J. Owens and family visited his G. Hurt, Mrs. Sarah Hurt and Mrs. rate at which the bonds will be abS. 0. Proctor last Sunsorbed by investors, as this will deKate Egbert. Local relatives are interested in the day. Mrs. Mary Culton left Monday for termine the interest rate to be news that Richard W. Dunlap, of W. A. Owens is still teaching :. Corbin to visit her son, Bane, and from there she will visit. Mrs. Marga- charged on loans. The board also is Centre College at Danville, was singing school at Gum Grove. Morris Taylor and Elbert Elder ret Sparrow in Louisville before re- considering whether the bonds shall awarded the Rhode scholarship for be offered to individual investors or Kentucky at a meeting of the Ken- have bought out J. H. Cordial stock turning to Richmond. Mrs. Kate Magee was called to Mt. underwritei-by banking houses in tucky committee in the library of the of goods and they say they are going Vernon by the sad news of the death sizable blocks. As the capital stock University of Kentucky at Lexington to do the people right. last week. He is the son of Dr. Fayette A. L. Scott left Sunday for of her sister, Mrs. Kate Coffey. Mrs. Coffey was one of the very best wom- of each bank is to be only $750,000, Dunlap of Danville, and received his Stearns, where he will work at the carpenter strade. en in her neighborhood, greatly be- repeated turnovers of the capital and master's degree at Centre in 1916. loved by all who knew her. and her frequent bond issues covering loars death has been keenly felt in that will be necessary if all applications section where she has lived so long. are to be taken care of. She leaves one child, Mrs. Jeff i, While You Are Making New Year Resolutions Resolve to for H. G. SKILES For 50,-00- r Mes-dam- es REPRESENTATIVE Primary First Saturdav in Watt's I fc .,. w -- y .. --- son-in-la- w, s illpl Come V UKlBr at once! Sloan's Liniment For Stiff Joints Rheumatic pains and aches get into the joints and muscles, making every movement torture. Relieve your suffering with .Sloan's Liniment; it quickly penetrates without rubbing, and soothes and warms your sore muscles. The congested blood is stimulated to action; a single application will drive out the pain. Sloan's Liniment is clean, convenient and quickly effective, it does not stain the skin or clog the pores. Get a bottle today at your Druggist, 25c. HOW TO CHECK THAT COLD When it is painful to breath and fever sends chills up and down your back, you are in for a cold. A timely dose of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey will stop the sneezes and sniffles. The pine balsams loosens the phlegm and clears the bronchial tubes, the honey soothes and relieves the sore throat. The antiseptic qualities kill the germ and congested condition is relieved. Croup, whooping cough and chronic bronchial affections quickly relieved. At all Druggists, 25 c. 9 my horse is sick. Prompt attention must be giv en ailing stock so that farm work may not be delayed. ,Bell Telephone Service on the farm enables you to get the veterinary quickly. It also keeps you in touch with the markets and your to- Mt. Zion We wish all the readers of the I. J. a prosperous year and hope they all will live to see many a happy one. Little Sylvia Thompson is on the sick list. Mrs. Ethel White visited her sister, Mrs. Thompson Christmas. Mrs. Ida Thompson and children were the guests of Daisy Simpson New Year's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Simpson were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Price Dripping Springs. The Death Angel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Singleton and took from them their twin son. He had been sick for several months of dropsy. He was a bright and shining light of the home and loved by all who knew him. He was a great pleasure in this home. The interment 'occurred at String-tow- n ten-year-o- ld "Com-Cel-Sa- r" graveyard Wednesday. neighbors. If there is no telephone on your farm write day for our Free Booklet. Address:- - Farmers Line Department. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCORPORATED BOX 339, FRANKFORT, KY. Trade with the merchants who advertise; they want your trade It'sSummerTime in Florida 1 ( Mr. Tarry Mason, aged 65 years, last Sunday. at the home of his brother, Eph. MaBorn, to the wife of Mr. Granville Murrell, on the 29th, a fine baby son, near Cartersville last Saturday girl. night of typhoid fever. He is survivMr. F. L. Thompson, of Mt. Ver- ed by one brother, who was at his non, was in this part last Tuesday. bedside when the end came. He also Mrs. Amanda Bastin is suffering has two sisters, Mrs. George Frye and from rheumatism. Mrs. Tom Ramsey, of Oklahoma. The Mr. Oscar Monev and familv are interment took place at Paint Lick here from Oregon and intends to buy Monday. a place here and make his home here Miss Maggie Davis and Ad Davis Mr. Money was reared in Indiana, and Miss Senora Howard attended but his wife was reared here. She is church at Tyrone Thanksgiving night a daughter of George Southern and Mr. and Mrs. John Davis are the unu ieit mis piace some lo years proud parents of a boy at ago. their home. Mr. Walter Rogers is at home again after spending over a year in Inactivity Causes Constipation Crawfordsville, Ind. Lack of exercise in the winter is a Mr. and Mrs. Jim Steenburger are here from Middletown, 0., and frequent cause of constipation. You have bought the old Rogers place and feel heavy, dull and listless, your comwill move there soon. plexion is sallow and pimpy, and enMr. and Mrs. Walter Brown are ergy at low ebb. Clean up this condiat home on a visit to their parents. tion at once with Dr. King's New Life Pills, a mild laxative that relieves the congested intestines without griping. A dose before retiring will assure you a full and easy movement in the morning. 25c. at your ten-pound The Most Powerfully Efficacious Medicine Ever Sold in Stanford and Hustonville For eight years has been used and known with more confidence and satisfaction than any remedial medication known. In FALL nature demands the assistance of a tonic medicine to assist the elimination or throwing off oc accumulated filth from the human body, and if this natural assistance is denied or not furnished, then Rheumatism, Colds, Catarrh, Tuaiaria and Consumption. COM-CEL-SA- R It Is Legally Guaranteed that is, every box is packed and backed by and with legal guarantee fafts to do what you that gets your money back if expect it to. is pure, sweet, fresh Roots and Herbs, 3 boxes for One Dollar. Each box makes a full quart of medicine, thus comCOM-CEL-SA- R COM-CEL-SA- R Druggist. TUCKER HONOR ROLL Louise Nickula, Necia Adams, Sarah Cook, Linnie Byrd Boone, Margaret Dillion, Edith Nickula, Christie Tschanz, Anna Nickula, Mae Adams and Ira Adams. The attendance was better this month than in the fifth, the percentage based on census being 61 per cent. On account of the severe f IS? - L "v V S" ern Railway IflVl car leaving Louisville 7:55 p. m., arriving Jacksonville 8:50 p. m. Through Pullman connection on train leaving Louisville 7:20 a. m., arriving Jacksonville 8:50 a. m. The Southern Railway is the direct line to Asheville, Aiken, Augusta, Charleston, Columbia, Savannah, bummcrville and other southern resorts. Excursion Fares now in effect Stopovers and other special features. Full informajtion and fares from local Southern Railway agent or write B. H. Todd, District Pass'r Agent, Stark Bidsj., Louisville, Ky. Two Daily Trains: Through Pullman pounding a lasting searching tonic, body and blood builder, superior kidney and bladder troubles, nervousness, weakness and malaria, to anything of its kind. For indigestion, gas in the stomach and bowels, is the remedy most excellent. Why not go to the Lincoln Pharmacy at Stanford, Ky., or 's Weddle's Drug Store, at Hustonville, Ky., and get a treatment of for $1.00. Legally guaranteed; also get 25c worth of SCIENCE SOPE, MADE FOR HUMAN SKIN ONLY, and commends itself with own purity and sweetness. You should also remember to get a 25c bottle of Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment, for pains, cuts, sprains, bruises, burns, etc., as used by Ranchmen, Cowboys, Scouts and Indians. No Home should be without it. All people can buy these remedies at THE LINCOLN PHARMACY, Stanford WEDDLE'S DRUG STORE, Hustonville COM-CEL-SA- R three-month- COM-CEL-SA- R Dining Car Service Winter Tourist, Varujjjle Tour and Homeseek-er- s mr2yk weather the attendance has fallen off a great deal already this last month. It seems that our supervisor and superintendant have forgotten us but we dn't blame them for Pn- coming such weather. - Dakota 3729-373- Jack-White-M- oon Remedy Company 1 West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky Page Eight GOES 20 MILES TO SHOW SMILE Woman Has The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, January 5, 1917 Farm and Stock News Hemp seems to tie going up right along with tobacco. The Danville Advocate tells of some big sales there as follows: Hemn is brieiner the high est prices in the history of the state this season. Col. K. 1. iiivas has sold his sixty arce crop to Hudson & Davis at $13.50 per hundred and half the rise to March first. Ben Bright has sold about 50 acres to the same firm at the same price. It is probable that the firm of Hudson & Davis have bought about one quarter of a million dollars worth of hemp during the month. The Cadiz Record published in 'Trigg county in western Kentucky, Jsays that John C. Thompson ,of that city, refused $10 per hundred fr 50 hogs for April delivery a few driys ago. ine oner was inaue oy w. v. Broadbent, of Wallonia, and while Mr. Thompson was very much inclined to acept the offer, he was not just sure about what success he would have in getting the feed for these and a number of other hogs he has. It was mainly for this reason that the offer was declined. The talk is that top hogs will be $12 by spring. The saddle mare, Bohemian Art, owned by Miss Loula Long, of Kansas City, bred by late W. H. Murphy, of Stanford, and ridden by T. J. Hook, Miss Long's trainer and exhibitor, has won at the World's International Stock Show at Chicago, four-year-o- ld ALLEN HEIATT, Assistant Manager Walnut Street Warehouse JOHN S. VAN WINKLE Secretary ' JESSE W. OVERSTREET, Asst. Mgr People's Tobacco Warehouse Pride In Good Health Tanlac Gives Her. "I have made this special trip, over 20 miles of road, to tell you what T:i lilac has done for me," said Mrs. S. E. Smith of Cloves, O.. to the Tanlac Auction Sales Every Day Ex-ceSaturdays and Holidays We will continue auction sales every day excepting Saturdays and holidays from now on. You can rest assured that Danville will be the highest market in this section, as we are pt Man recently. "On hearing what she endured from a worried stomach and disordered digestion I don't wonder," he said, "that would put herelf this happy-woma- n out to greet me with a happy 'Tanlac Smile.' and tell me how the new medicine li a 1 lifted her from a dragged down condition into one of health contentand ment." Mrs. l the closest market to the largest re-dryi- and manufacturing plans in the world. said: Smith with a weak, delicate stomach. I had to be very careful about what I ate. for diseverything MRS. S. E.SMITH. agreed with me. and I had a pain in the pit of the fctomach most of the time. "Dizziness caused me much discomfort, and along with it would come shortness of breath and smothering spells. My limbs swelled and joints became stiff and I was almost helpless at times. I suffered awfully. My hands and arms would ache so that I could hardly stand it. "From all this, together with belching, weak heart, and sleepless nights. J was delivered by Tanlac. It helped in e before I had taken half a bottle. My limbs do not pain now and I am not troubled with swollen and stiff joints. I feel improved in every way, sleep well and have an excellent appe-- ' -- "I suffered mares of any age. Bohemian Art's dam was the noted Xady Dare. Ai't is a rich red chestnut and in addition to being the finest mare ever shown at the International, possesses the whirlwind speed and action of the Bohemian Kings. In the Junior Championship Bohemian Music, the star of Tom Bass' 1916 stable, finished closely behind Bohemian Art. These mares have been rivals since colthood, when Art, Music and Glendalaugh, three chestnut daughters of Bohemian King, won in above order in a large show the moneys given for their class at Kentucky State Fair 1912. Bohemian Art is a Lincoln county product and all are justly proud of her achievements. over all five-gaite- d Our accommodations for both man and beast are as gocd as the best. The loose leaf floor plan is the best and only way of marketing tobacco, to insure the highest dollar to the grower. These facts have been demonstrated in Virginia, North and South Carolina where they have been selling tobacco on this plan for the past fifty years. Drive your wagon to the Danville market. You will always find someone to attend to your wants, and welcome you. During the sale we will do our very best to get you the highest market price for your tobacco. the large factory buyers will be on hand on the first day of sale. We have experienced men in all departments to look after your interests, including two of the finest auctioneers in this or any other State. AH The Warehouses do not buy tobacco except on sale at auction. sion business. Free stables and no rejection fee. We do a strictly commis- Appreciating your past patronage, we hope you will see your way clear to bring us your tobacco, guaranteeing you the highest market prices, absolutely accurate weights and an all around square deal. You are cordially invited to attend our sales. A Delightful Affair he Marksbuiy section of Garrard county, Tuesday morning. Deceased was 58 years old, and had been in declining health for the past two years. Mr. Fox was a member of the ChrismrTmmXrrWWi (i i iT'iiirliat Farm Boys On The Border Relieved Their tian church. He was a man well esteemed by all who knew him, kindly Pains And Aches With Aberdeen-Angu- s and genial in his disposition, and his Cattle Sloan's Liniment death is deeply regretted by a host Southdown Sheep, Duroc Jersey Hogs of friends. Beside his mother, Mrs. The best bloodlines of each of these Once upon a time Norman, Jones, Sophronia Fox, of Danville, he is surfamous breeds. High-clas- s individ- - serving in the National Guard at El vived by one son, Robert Fox, and for sale at all times Paso, returned to camp after a stren three brothers, Messrs. J. C, B. G. and Monte Fox. Funeral services were E. V. Carson, Prop. R. F. D. No. 5 uous 15 mile hike foot-sor- e and He had not been long in active conducted at the grave in Bellevue Stanford, Kentucky service and his shoulders, back and cemetery Wednesday afternoon, at limbs felt the after-effecof march- three o'clock, by' Dr. E. M. pastor of the First Presbyterian ing. Remembering Sloan's Liniment. of Danville. Jones applied it to the sore spots and went to bed. He writes: "I arose the THE LIVINGSTON SALE morning feeling fine; in fact I j next Satisfactory prices were realized had entirely forgotten about the hike at the sale held by 'J. T. Livingston four-hodrill in and went out for a Dick spry My office, in the future,! the sun as Jones as ever." the experi- Tuesday. for an Robb paid .$57 for a aged horse; Andrew cow; $32 passed Private Tucker paid $100 for will be the First Na- -' ence along, and many a boy on the horse; James McCormackanpaid $33 for sprains, border Pence, tional Bank, where I will,(strains, relieved the agony of cramped a sow and seven pigs; E. T.pigs for bruises insect bites, Si, bought a sow and five rheumatic twinges, glad to see my friends muscles, of Sloan's Liniment. etc., by $20 and a sow and 8 pigs for $28; he the use rubbing. At bought six Embry corn at and be better able than all Easily applied witTiout and $1.00. and Sam J.barrels ofpaid $4.30$4.35 for druggists, 25c, 50c. 35 barrels of corn. Mr. Livingston ever to handle all insurhas rented the brick house "on the hill," owned by J. N. Menefee, Sr., ance business they may, and just vacated by D. T. Brum-me- tt desire. and family. fk leg-wear- One of the most delightful fratei-na- l and social affairs in Stanford in a long time as the banquet given by members of Diadem Lodge last FriTanlac is sold exclusively in Stan- day evening in the hall in the Odd ford at The Penny Drug Store, E. R. Fellows' building. The menu, by Mrs. S. J. Embry, was a Coleman, Proprietor. splendid one, and pleased every fol- guest. Joe Severance, of Frankfort, Tanlac can now be obtained in came "back home" to preside as lowing neamy cities: Morelar.d, Ab- toastmaster, in which place he is raham Minks; Hustonville, Adams without a peer. He had a new fund IS of jokes and kept everybody in a Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis-bur- good humor all the time. Speakers of Joe McWilliams; Middleburg, the evening were Congressman HarW. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyne vey Helm, C. A. Hardin, Hon. R. H. Bros.; Brodhead, John Robins; Lan- Tomlinson, of Lancaster, and Drs. E. Hon. and W. B. J. C. FOX LOSES BROTHER caster, R. E. McRoberts; Bee Lick, J. Brown Keenon, of O'Bannon. who Frankfort, Rodman Many friends and relatives in this J. Reynolds & Son; Waynesburg, W. was also on the program, was preA. Horton. vented from being present by illness section were greatly grieved by the death of Fontaine T. Fox, brother of of his wife. jesse u. .fox, oi tms city, at tne nome of his son, Robert R. Fox, in the tite" pre-pai-- ed I. M. DUNN, People's Tobacco Warehouse President Company Danville - Kentucky g, Incorporated Crescent Soldiers Got Relief Heights From Soreness Stock Boone and Wm. Dunaway were united in wedlock Dec. 23. Miss Ada Floyd and Wm. Watts were made one on Christmas day. May they always find married life as bright and happy as they now believe it to tbe. Mrs. Florence Delaney of Cincinnati is spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Davis. Mrs. Mary J. Carter has been ill with a severe cold but is improving. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Carter and children spent Christmas day with his brother, Jim Carter and family. Mrs. Will Hale is spending a week with her aged mother near Crab Orchard. Miss Anna Hale spent Christmas day with her friend, Miss Ethel May-bria- i. Mr. Charley Daugherty, who has suffered so long with rheumatism is improving slowly. He has had every and loving hearts can give him. Few enjoy such a great blessing. Mrs. Mary Bailey and little daughter spent several days last week with her brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Woods DeBorde. long-suffere- Mason's Gap Miss Howard began her school again at this place after a week's visit to her home at Crab Orchard and at Corbin, during the Xmas holidays. She received a pretty three hundred dollar diamond ring for a Christmas present, and other presents. Mrs. M. C. King has moved to her new home, which she purchased from E. L. Miracle. We all welcome her to our community. Misses Lunette Hurst, the pretty little daughter of Mr. H. Hurst, visited her teacher, Miss Billie Howard at her boarding place, Miss Howard showing her a nice time. Wednesday night. There will be church services at Mr. J. B. Robbins Sunday at 11 a. m. Everybody cordially invited to be present. Rev. George Hasty will preach. Miss Annie Hail visited the Misses Daugherty last Sunday. Mr. H. B. Howard, of Crab Orchard, visited his daughter, Miss Billie Howard, Sunday, before taking a business trip to Pineville and Layman. Little Robert Davis has been sick, but is some better at this writing. Mr. J. B. Robbins and family vis ited Mr. James Greer Monday. Miss Billie Howard attended the dance at Corbin Thursday night, which was given in honor of her brother, Mr. George Howard, who is attending Georgetown College. Mrs. L. C. Stewart has been very ill, but is improving rapidly. Mr. and Mrs. H. Hurst visited Mr. Pitman and family Monday. They helped themselves to a fine dinner. Mr. George Hurst and his handsome bride, have gone to housekeeping near this place. We wish them much joy and happiness. and family y. CLERK ALL RUN-GOW- N ts Gi-ee- care and attention that kind hands rs To the Insuring Public at Restored To Health By Vinoi Shelbyville, Ind. "I am a clerk in a. hotel and was all run down, no energy, my blood was poor and my face covered with pimples. 1 got ro weak I had to put up an awful fight to keep at work-Afttaking many other remedies without benefit, Vinol has restored my health and strength." Rot F. Bird. veak, nervous For all conditions nothing equals Vinol, which is a combination of the most successful tonics known. Try it on our guar-nnte-e. er run-dow- ur That Backache Action Today Spells Danger May Save Stanford People Future Misery. The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. C. HAYS FOSTER Stanford, Ky. ::::::: ! BAUGHMAN'S H EN FEED" We are making a mixed feed for chickens from clean wholesome grain and feed, proportioned to make an ideal food for the fowls. COUGHS RELIEVED New Discovery is a soothing,healing remedy for coughs and 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 Discovery. 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 and bronchial affections. At your Dr. King's , PAINFUL Druggist,50c. Woodson Moss, who made such a success out of the Brown-Proctoria Here is the Mixture: Cracked corn, wheat, buckwheat, su- gar cane seed, oats and barley. All no waste in it. Try some now feed will like it. $2.50 per 100 lbs. you Hotel at Winchester, has leased the new Gilcher hotel at Danville for 10 years. He plans to open it about March 1st. Hall's Gap Let's us all enter in upon the New Year with a happy Christian spirit and it will be a prosperous one for ali. View church for this year 1917 will be the second Sunday of each month. Rev. Childress having accepted the Our regular meeting day at Fair J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, . KEN TUCKY pastorship for another year. The wedding bells have been ringing in some of our young folks hearts during the holidays. Miss Alline A bad back isn't a bad thing if it serves as a warning of hidden kidney disorders. Kidney diseases are frightso1 fully common today. We over-d- o much. We don't give the kidneys a chance to rest up, and while a bad back, some bladder disorder, an occasional dizzy spell or a persistent headache may be the only outward sign, the kidney trouble that is behind it all may be overlooked or neglected. Put your signs to use. Take them as warning. Fight off kidney weakness. It takes only a slight kidney disorder to start a case of fatal Bright's disease, from which 100,- -' 000 people die in the United States every year. Prompt treatment at first- - that's all that's necessary to keep kidney weakness from turning into gravel, dropsy, gout, heart trouble or Bright's. Use Doan's Kidney Pills the oldest, the most widely used, the Kidney Pill. Forty thousand Americans them publicly. Here's one Stanford case: Mrs. B. L. Fagaly, Lancaster St., Stanford, says: "A heavy dull sche across my back bothered me so I could hardly keep gqing to do my housework. I had nervous spells and dizzy headaches and my kidneys act ed irregularly too. Some one in the family had used Doan's Kidney Pills so I got some at the New Stanford Drug Co. They soon relieved me of the backache and other signs of disordered kidneys." Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't simplv ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidnev Pills rthe' same Co., Mrs. Fagalv had. Foster-Milbur- n 1 Props., Buffalo, N. 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