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Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
ubilshed Every Tuosday aud Friday
2 I?K IIYKAK 12 ..VI) VAIN CMC
srYheu not so paid $2.60 will be charge d."51K
K.G. LOCAL TIME CARD.
Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a.
5:1a p. m.
L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD.
ail train going North ...u 40pm
" ' South jjjpm
Eipresttraia " South 11 ;t pm
1 ii North ,.......io
Local Freight North .710 am
The latter trains also carry pas sengers.
The abore it calculated on standard time
line is about o minutes Taster.
For tho piinlcss extraction of teeth and other
tainor surjer. 1 hjvo tested its virtue sufficiently
to know ' ' R.C. MORGAN, P. D,S.
Nineteen g.l Ewes and nlso one thoroujlibred
southdown Ituck ; one i.joo pound corn-fed, fat 4-
yearold Steer; 1 yearling Mare .iimei, kouu
And BILLIARD and
n M. CREIGHTON.
Kin,;Y(iltf, Lincoln county, Ky
FARM FOUL SALE.
I mil sell nnvatelvmv Karmot si
Acres on the
Danville Si Stiuford pike, three luilea Irom
i iti. wull imniovi'il. with dueling ot nve
rooms, new barn aud idl necessary outbuildings;
also has fine spring. Call on me on the prcnil.es
oroaddre, " "g'kNK KELLEV
T TTTVTDiTD will stirt up next wcot a
LUiYiDCiI.SW MILL on the Somerset
pike, eight milos from Stanford, and will have
70,000 feet of good Oak and Poplar Lumber for
ale. I will sell at the most reasonable rates and
invito all who want Lumber to glva me 5 call.
JACOll IIAKI'LIUER, Ottenhesm.
Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co.,
Miner ami shippers of the GENUINE
Original Jellico Coal.
Try it. We are the sole agents for Stanford land
Rowland. Ofitce corner ol Depot street and
IOOINS A WA1TS.
THE GOFFEY HOUSE
JThu Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is now
in my charge and I intend to conduct it no as to
not ouly maintain its high reputation, but to add
to its long list ol friends, bpecial accommodations
for commercial travelers and fine roouts.for
th dlsptoy of samples.
A First-Class Saloon'
POOL ROOMS attached
QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE.
Trains pass Junction City as fo'.lsws:
South-bound Florida Special ii:io,"p. m.; Fait
Mail 11:30 p. m.; Fast line 11:15
Special arrives at 1:40 . n. -Z
Special leaves at :o
a. ra.; Fast Mail rt'jo p. m.; Florida Special 4:43
j. m.; Fast Llncjj.tj a. m.
A Cream of Tarter linking Powder. It Rhest ol
in leavening strength. Latest United State
5overninent Food Keport.
ROYAL BAKING POWDERCO,
106 Wall street, New York.
I am now handling Armours meat and am doing
any own work and cn sell for cash at 6, S and 10
cents a pouud. Please give it a trial. It is said
1o be the finest on the market by those who have
ttricd it. J VEST.
THE RILEY HOUSE
F. B. RltiEY.lProprlotor, .
London, - - Kentucky.
I have moved to my new Hotel and am better
prepared than ever to accommodate the public.
Good Livery attached and every convenience
Give me a call.
7J FRANK RILEY.
2Totice to the Traveling Public.
I have had
THE SHCLTON HOUSE
At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and
Lave in connection with Hotel one of the best sa-Moons
in che State, open day and night; a uight
-man meets all trains. In connection with House
. have also one of the best Mineral wells in the State
and for reference to water, call on Mr and Mrs
G. W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ingram,
Erin, Tenn , A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr.
I). E. Proctor. C. H. Uraum. Mr. and Mrs. T. V.
Hamilton, Rowland, Mr, and Mrs. F. I!. Johnson,
New Haven, Jim Cox. Greensburir. Rates $ per
. day. J. M. i'etrcy, clerk. Give me a call.
93o:y I. W. CARRIER, Prop.
IDE. W. B. PENNY
Office South iide Main street, in oSce rectn
vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky.
SEVERAL GOOD STORIES.
drowning and gluttony.
A man with a purple noso was fishing
for porgies off a wlmrf, nnd suddenly
falling into tho water n follow fisherman
of benevolent aspect promptly hauled
him out, laid him on his buck and then
began to scratch his head with n puzzled
look. "What's tho matter" asked the
excited bystanders. "Why don't you revive
him?" "There aro sixteen rules to
revive drowned persons," wild tho benevolent
man, "and I know 'em nil, but I
can't just call to mind which comes
first." At this jwint tho drowned man
opened his eyes and said faintly, "Is
there nnytlr ng about giving brandy in
tho rules?" "Yes
tho other fifteen."
'lhen never mind
A Khodo Island deacon was inordinately
fond of clani3. When once ho had
attended a clambake ho overtaxed his
capacity nnd was sorely distressed, but
his faith in prayer was unabated. Leav
ing tho party and going down on his
knees behind a treo ho was heard to supplicate:
"Forgivo mo, O Lord, this great
sin of gluttony. Restore my health and
1 will never eat any more clams;" then,
after n judicious pause, "very fow, if
CHEAP FOR BAIT.
Somo young men from Boston applied
to an old fisherman up in tho country to
see if ho could get them somo bait. Ho
thought ho could, nnd started off. Threo
houra afterward ho appeared with n 10-
quart pail full of anglowonns. Tho boys
were nioraeu lest tnero should not be
money enough in tho party for such a
wealth of bait, but they put on a bold
front, and somo ouo naked, "How much
do wo owo you?" "Well, I don't rightly
know" nuswered tho old man; "tho
ground is kinder solid nnd tho worms is
far down, and it's been hard m my back
to dig 'em, but I'vo half a mind to go
fishin myself tomorrer, nn if you'll give
mo half the bait we'll call it square."
I IK DREW THR -LINE SOMEWHERE.
It is related of Dr. Noah Hunt Schenck.
of Brooklyn, who was nn imposing look
ing man, with a lino voice, and a great
man to get possession of a church convention
through his gifts of presence and
oratory, that upon ono occasion when he
had 11 convention in good running order
a rather insignificant looking brother
uiado a motion that rather upset and
disturbed tho machinery. Tho doctor,
equal to tho occasion, immediately suggested
an amendment calculated to re
store the situation, nnd, striding down
tho aisle, shouted to tho little man, waving
his hnnd majestically, "Tako my
amendment, urotlier tako my amendment!"
Tho littlo clergyman braced up in tho
nisle, with his thumbs in his vest pockets,
and energetically replied: "Xo, Dr.
Schenck, I will not. I will tako your
pulmonic sirup nnd your liver pills but
I will not take your amendment."
A gentleman went to hire a horso of a
livery stable proprietor who was very
particular about his stock and always
extorted n promise from his customers
not to drive fast as a condition of letting.
"You can have tho horse," ho said, "if
you agree not to drive him fast." "Well."
said tho map, "I waut him to go to a
funeral, and I am bound to keep up with
tlio procession if it kills tho horse."
Now York World.
"NOT COMING IN."
A Mistiilicn Inserlptlnn.
A friend of initio in a Pennsylvania
town recently celebrated tho day that
rounded tho quarter century of her married
life. A number of acquaintances
presented her with a largo coffee ixt,
but imngino her chagrin to seo engraved
on tho salver these words:
"To Mrs. , on tho anniversary of
her twenty-fifth wedding." New York-Mail
Anollicr l'rnliluiu Solved.
Mr. Suburb My dear, don't you think
that instead of building a flO.OOO house
and putting iniJCOO worth of furniture it
would bo better to build two $.;,000
houses and put $300 worth of furniture
Mrs. Suburb Of all things! What for:
Mr. Subnrb So we'll nlwuys Iiavo one
house to livo in whilo tho other is boing
cleaned. Now York Weekly.
Nothing Trlviul About That.
Knowles For wliat peculiar reasons
nro some divorces granted! An actor has
been granted 0110 because his wife caused
her clock to strike.
Bowles That n trivial enough
Knowles Well, not exactly so. You
see, the clock struck his head. Jewelors'
Tim Case Tttlly TlsjiluliieiL
sitTTI 1 II
uon'i you go nomo tor youi
noon lunch?" inquired tho city man.
"Because," answered tho suburbanite,
"I don't reach my office soon enough to be
nblo to return homo sufficiently early to
get back again in time to start homo for
my dinner." Chicago Tribune.
Tlio Small Hoy's I'un.
Jimmy Why don't ytr como ever hero
an skate? Tho ico is a heap slicker.
Tommy They's moro fun hero. If I
was to break through here I'd likely
drown, an over thero th water ain't a
foot deep. Indianapolis Journal.
Wlmt She AVuntid.
Miss Quigg Have you a euro for
Drug Clerk Hard or soft?
Miss Quigg Medium, please. Smith
& Gray's Moatldy.
GEORGE WAS RATTLED.
Jlio Miitliciniitlcnl fllrl from lloston Wni
Tuu Much foi Illiu.
Ho entered tho room hurriedly.
Tho young woman standing by tho
open firo greeted him with a smile.
lie strodo up to her in frenzied haste.
She was frightened, for ho had never
acted so before.
Tho smile faded from her faco and she
"Hist!" ho said between his shut teeth.
"What is it, dear?" sho asked tremu
Ho glanced over his shoulder furtively;
he peered into tho corners of tho
great drawing room liko a hunted nnimnl.
"Are wo alone?" ho whispered hoarsely.
Then it was tho woman's chnrnctcr in
that fair young girl grew to its full maturity
in an instant.
All her Hfo 6ho had lived in Boston,
yet no crucial test had over como to her
as this had done.
"No, dear, wo are not," bhe answered
simply, yet firmly.
The young man started nervously and
gazed nbout him.
Ho was from Chicago nnd had been in
many hnirbrendth escapes.
"Who's here?" ho questioned.
"You are," sho replied.
"I know; I know," ho tsaid impatiently.
"But who else?"
"I nm," sho whispered low.
"No ono elso?"
Ho laughed harshlv.
"Why do you mock me?" ho nskod.
"Wo are nlcne."
"Wo are not," 6ho insisted. "Oh,
George," and her voico took on a tender,
pleading tone, "can't you seo wo are not
Ho looked at her bewildered.
"No, I cannot," ho said.
Tho girl led him out into tho light.
"George," sho asked blowly, "aro yon
"No," ho replied, "you aro with me."
"Am I here aloiie?"
"No, I am with yon."
"Then, George," eho exclaimed
"hew U it possible when
neither of us is nlono that both of us aro
nlone? Is not tho integer tho samo as its
fractional parts? Is tho sum of two pigs
nnd two pigs four beans?" and in tho
fewirl of this Bostonian logic Georgo forgot
why ho had so hurriedly entered the
room. Detroit Frco Press.
A single glanco sufficed to betray tho
errand of tho two men with stubby
beards and masks who effected an en
trance through tho cellar window.
They were burglars.
While their bearing wns not obtrusive
there was that abont them which betokened
a lack of culture nnd refinement.
Despite their considernteness in removing
their shoes ution entering tho
houso it was obvious that their moral
instincts had been blunted.
Tho burglar with tho dark lantern
EpoKo convincingly, ns ono old in the
They were standing in tho drawing
They were enthralled with tho low.
sweet sound of a woman's voico.
"Oh, you can't"
It wns a gentlo, flowing tone, liko tho
murmur of a purling brook.
"guess where I put tho money,
dearest. To, he, ho"
Her laughter was of tho rippling sort.
"it's in my stocking, nnd I tied
sixteen knots over it."
There was a sudden rush of feet, nnd
two burglars with 6ad eyes and dejected
glanco might have been seen hurrying
from the place. Detroit Tribune.
Queen Margherita of Italy is a happy
woman, in that sho is so well beloved
not only by her ieoplo, but by her husband,
the king. Sho has long been
known as ono of tho beauties of EurojH?,
but fcho has now begun to realize tho
flight of time, and recently said to her
husband, with some wistfulness:
"I am too old to wear whito gowns
Tho king did not contradict hor, but
smiled and taid,"Let us take a fort
night to think over tho matter."
At tho end of that time cumo a large
packing case filled with whito dresses of
every description and of the utmost elegance.
Tho case wns addressed to the
queen and, prettiest of nil compliments,
it contained a card bearing tho words:
"Tho king's decision." Youth's Companion.
An OhsiTsiiif; ISrotlicr.
Little Boy How soon aro you and SH
goin to bo married?
Accepted Suitor Sho has not named
tho day yet, I hope sho does not believe
in long engagements.
Littlo Boy Sho doosn't, I know, 'cause
nil her engagements has been short ones,
IIo (speaking of his sweetheart) There
is ono thing, she has no enemies.
Sho (in astonishment) No enemies!
Why, 1 thought yon said bho was beautiful
1 London Tit-Bits.
him Who Ceirtiiln.
A lit rsti
Ho Oh, I havo a splendid story to tell
you. f don't think I ever told it to you
She Is it really a good story?
Ho Indeed it is.
Sho (wearily) Then yon haven't told
it to me before Lifo.
We desire to sny touur clliiens. that for years
we have been selling Dr Kind's New Discovery
for Consumption, Dr. Kinga New I.tfo PilU,
lliicklcn a Arnica Mlve anil Klectric litters, nnd
have never handleu remedies that sell as well or
that have shell such universal satislaction. We
do not hesitate 10 guarantee Ihe.n every time ami
we stand ready tii refund the purchaso price if
satisfactory results do not follow their use. These
remedies hate won their great popularity purely
on their merits A. R, Penny, druggist.
The success of ChamlicrUl.i's Cough Remedy
In effecting a speedy cute of Colds, Croup and
w nooping lougn has ntonht It Into K'cat demand
Messrs Pontius ri Son, of Cameron, Ohio,
say that it has gained a reoitiation second to none
In that vicinity. Jas At Quctn, of Jnhnttun, W.
va , says it is the best he ever med II. I' Jones,
druggist, Winona, Mli., says; "Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is perfectly reliable 1 have al
ways warranted it and It never tailed to give the
most persect satisfaction." otiles for sale
by W, II. McRobcrts, druggist, Stanford, Ky.
In olivine; a com,h medicine for children " says
II A Walker, a prominent druggist ol Ogdeli,
Utah, "never be afraid to buy Chamberlain'
Cough Remedy. There Is no danger from it and
relief is always aure to lollow. I particulaiv recommend
Chamberlain's because 1 have found it
to be safe and reliable. It is intended especially
lor Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough. 50-cent
bottles for sale by W. II. McRoberts, druggist,
A Million Frlendd.
A friend In need is a friend indeed and ot less
than one million have found just such a friend in
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds. If you haverever used this
great Couth Medicine, one trial will convince you
that it hxs wonderful curative powers in all diseases
ol ibe Throat. Chest and I.ungs. Each bottle
Is guaranteed to do all that Is claimed or men
eywilt be refunded. Trial buttle free at A. R.
l'enn) ' di tig store. Large bottles joe and Ji.
Uucklln'a Arnica Salvo.
The best stive In the world tor cuts, kiuun
sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fer sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruji
tians and positively cures piles, or no pay required,
it is guaranteed to irivv perfect sa'jsfactioc
or money retunded. Price se, cents per boi.
For sale by A. R. Penny, Stantord, Ky.
For pains in the chest thete is nothing better
than a tlatinel cloth saturated with I'hainberlalu's
Pain llaltn and hound on o er the seat of pain. It
will produce a counter iiritatiou without blistering
and is not so dlsagrecab'c as mustard; in lact is
much superior to any plaster nn account of its
.imillties. If used in time it will
pretent pneumonia, jo cent bottles far sale by
V. 11 McRohcrfs, druggist, Stanford, Ky.
Isn't whit sou want, if jour stomach and bow.
els are irregular Hut's about all ou get with
ihe ordinary pill It may relieve you tor a meoictit
but jou're usually in a w use state afterwards
than before This is just where Dr. Pierte's Pleas-ant
Pellets do rrost good They act in an .y
and natural way, sery different Irum the nunc,
old fashioned pills. They're not enly nlaasanl,
but there's nn altirward and their help
lasts. Onelittte sugar coated pallet for a :cii)e
laxative three for a cathartic Constipation, in-
ul;etic:i. uillous attacks, dirtiness sick and bilious
headaches aro promptly relieved and cured.
1 hey're the smallest, the essiest to lake, and the
cheapest pill vo can buy, for they're guaranteed
to gisc satisfaction, or your money returned. You
pay only for the good you get.
When Ruby nm aleV, w gave lr Cottorlx
When blie as a Child, alio cried lor Cn aorla.
When fJia beenmo MIk, h clung to CnstorU.
When Uio h.ad CtilMrvn, she pethcru Castorla.
FITTER Y STABLE
P. W. GREEN, Prop.
This stable, which Is run n coneectlon with the
well-known Myers House, has been supplied with
A New Lot of Horses, Carriages,
nil. ruiiimcr's Supplies and Is better than ever
prepaid isupply the public with
IUQS OF ALL. KINDS.
Personal and prompt attention given to W'edJICjs
Parties and Ilurials.
Articles to Suit the Most Fastidious.
A complete line of
Complicated Watch Repairs and
Aitistic Kngravinjj a Specialty.
All goods sold engraved treo of charge
tiJ'Vour patronage respectfully solicited,
WILLIAM MOREL AN II,
Dealer in the above.
Orders for Oattle, Sheep and Hogs
Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep a Specialty.
Persons having any of the above described stock
for sale or wishing to purchase same, will do well
to call on or uddress me An experience of fifteen
ears in mis Dullness nas oeen 01 profit to me and
think I can make It profitable both to the buyer
nd seller. P.O. address Stsnford, Ky. ici
Office at the Myers House.
,. - - lf mJi n't 'sUslfcnVi T j., v&iJm
Office, over McRoberts
John II. Cattleman.
A. S. PRICE,
Drug Store In tho r
A U. Lanharo
Commorco Building', Louisville
Agents throughout the South.
W. A. TEIBBLI, Local A?mt,
JAMKS YKACEK. THOMAS YKAOKR.
VEAGER & YGAGER,
Mil FEED AND m STABLEI
Wc are In iHir n w iatc " the Opera Houso
Ulock anil are well suppiitU with
NEW RIGS AND HORSES
Havebeen purchased and nothing but
turnouts will leavv the stable.
Give them a Call.
J HI. BIILTOlsr
DEALER III GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
Hoots and Shoes. Cigars and Tobaicw. OhU
River Salt for sale by tho l.arirl. Will taVe country
produce in etchange for kmIs at market price
I am also ancnt lor tlir nlj Rrudhcad Tobaccos
and will I. p a full line of thete goads in
stovv.and all ta.kuf the merchants nl .Maaloid
and Rowland is to give me their orders and 1 will
nut the goods In their houtss at factors prices.
Thanking the puMIc fur liLcral patronage, 1 ask. a
coutinuonco of same, aud rsinsin your olmllent
icrvant. J. II. IIU.ION,
NOTICE OF JXC0RP03AT15N.
Notice s hereby gisen tnat we, ike
ed, lave lotm a ir.antaMe, A
religious corporation pursuant to Chapter . and
its an rndiiicnts of the Ueneral Maiulcs el Kentucky.
SsiJ corporation shall bear the name and
be known as the Kvangcliral Keuirmed Ssint
John's Cungrrgation al Oltcnhriot, 1 iscnin County,
Ketitucl v. It principal place, of transacting
business shall be at Otttenbrim, in Lincoln County,
Kentucky The general nature of the
In be transacted is to proud the members
with thepreaching of the Holy Cospcl and all other
means of grace There shall ne no capital
stock. The corporition shall comiuciuc lis ea-
istrnce on the first day or rchruiry, ij. and
shillesnt for so scat, ending January Jl, ion.
Theolhcersoi the cougrrgmon shall be two cl
iters and mo deacons, who totcthrr shall farm
tins lioardol trustees. Iheiricrra ol tifliie shall
be two )cars and the eloctlon shall be held
ill the aunual general meeting on the first Sunday
in January The amount of indebtedness shall at
no lime raced tho lna fide value of the cot t.
rale property, not including debts contraiiml far
lobe paid when buildings aiwlu pruirsss of erection.
The private) piopcrty of memUn shall bs
csetnrt Irum corporate debts,
JOHN JUKI K, Secretary,
RUDOI.K TRAIT II,
Co., Ky, I),cen.ber ji,
tmt rr O
Z n t V. MBInslM
" Z- ssw '
I will open on January iMh, a Kirst-Clata
Dairt Irom winch I can sunnlr anv uuaniltvuf
Jersey milk to thn people ef Mantord uml
at the lollow iii prlcsw, dtlivetcd .
Krcih Milk, per gallon n ccnta
Sicimmed .Milk, pir gallon 10 ceuu
lluttcr Milk, per gallon 8 cents
I will make two tilps dally
public is solicited.
'I he patronage ol tho
O. A. PKYTOtf.
JnckH. Jennets & Horses.
February 9th, 1803,
The day I following Mr. John T. Wddwanl's sale
of saddle horses, 1 will s.ll at Mt. Sterling, Ky
tiitccn jacKs, twenty nve jcnneis aim twenty nve
lior'.oa. The Jacks are all old eiiuuh for service,
The Horses include
Six Fine Stallions, 2 Standard-bred
And a nnmberof nico Geldings, Ac For
address me at Mt. Mcrlirp, Ky
90-31 CLAYTON ho WELL.
Crmes In you every oilier day In the year
lor only $2 The cheapest and best raper
in Kentucky $c gets 11 three months.
Address Tiik Auvocatk, Danville, Ky.
At the close of our public school, we will
n four months subscription school on
And Coe.ntry Produce,
Has onened his stock of coods and is
serve tbeneonleof Stanfont and Ilmir
FEBRUARY 20TH, 1893.
branches taught that the pstrons may desue
r ii luii.MPu t.in.i.i
MISS CF.1TIK THURMOND, Asst
TO THE LADII3.
M,iiBmirivi!,il$on,0 lh.e mou '''I'M lines ol
ever bundled In Stanford, selected
with an especial ylew to the wants of this
trade. Miss Nora Welch, of Cincinnati, an r.pe.
rlenced trimmer, I with tne Ih'a season and I
guarantee everything to Im In the latest and most
approved fashion 1 he ladles arc invited to call
and esamlne ray goods, which I will take
6i MISS I.ICCIK IIKAZLKV.
C. D. POWKDL,
Gcucrnl -:- Itlcrclimicltae,
oiieringunnraru oi nargalns ami all who want
good goods at Ihe Ii west oossiblo prices shou.d
call on him on Ley an Avenue
w. c. HTTTOEriiras,
Havlne parchmod ir A T. Nunnelley his In
Immihc. I can -) feHnd al hl.sdd stand rrady
to waitsmika public st any time day or miiht
FIRST-CLASS : TURNOUTS
shall leave my stable and ray pricts will be as
law a. th lowest D m't (argri my Stanford and
Rtwlaad 'bus line.
J. II. KAVGIHIAN,
FIRE AND STORM
Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.;
Manchester, of Manchester, lui.
Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia;
Ins. Co. of North America.
All ef which air Companies, I would
be pteassd to wait i my Iriends in this tin. I'ol
icies promptly issued. Will Insure aains torna
does, wind storms and lightning Lightning claus.
csatisched wifsntit additieaal chsrge
Office at First National llajiV, Stanfurd.
rsTaaoa.JK. T r. Ciak
STRAXJB & CO.,
Plumbers and Steam Fitters
Dealers la all kinds nf Iron and Itrass Goods for
steam and water Sanitary Goods of all kinds. All
svork guaranteed against, defective material and
Farmers Bank&Tnist Co.
Isbowiully organUed and ready lor business with
Paid up Capital of
SUCCKSSOH to TIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL
HANK OK STANFORD,
Now e!Mtng up
ih Ihe same assataand uodti
ny provisions ot ttschaii.r, depositors are as
fully protected a a 10 depositors in National
flanks, its shareholders being held individually
liable to the calent ol the amount of their stock
therein at the pr value thcreol, la addition to the
mount invested in such shares. It may act as
esecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as
To those who cnttusled their bulsineti to us
while mnagiugl the Lincoln National liana, ol
Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and
liuit they will continue to transact their business
with us, oflriiug as a guarantee far prompt
to same, our twenty rears' rapenence is
hsjiling andas liberal accommodations as aie continent
with sound banking.
J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon;
J. M. Hall,Slatifurd;
J. S. Owsley, .Stanford;
S J. Kmkry, Stanford;
J. K. I.)nn, Stsnford;
A. W. Carpenter. Mllledgevilie;
J. K, Cash, Stanford;
William Gooch, Stanlord, Ky
S. 11. Snanks, President.
... ..... L .. J " Owsley, Cashici
W. M llrlaht, Teller.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF STANFORD, KY
Capital Stock S200.000
Attention of the ptihiir is invited to the fac
that this is ihu only Naiion.il Hank m Stanford
Under the provisions of the National Hank Act
depositor are secured not only by the capital
slock, hut by the stockholders' liability lor ao
smouut equal to the stock, so that depositors ol
this Institution are if ured by a fund of $4uo,co.
Five sorn statement of thocnndition of the bank
sic made each yearto the United States government
and its assets are csaniined al stated tunes
or Kosernment agents, thus securuie addititoua
"' I'ciicsi .aiciy 10 iieposuors.
This institution, originally established as th
Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1858, then le-organ
ued as the National Hank ol Stanford in iWjand
again as the First National Hank ol
Stanlord in iS8j, has had practically an uninterrupted
existcncoof is years, It is belter supplied
now with lacilities lor transacting business prompt
ly and liberally than ever before in its loug and
honorable career Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries,
firms and individuals respectfully
The Directory of this Hank is composed ol
T, J, Foster, of Stanford;
Forcslus Reid, Lincoln co anty;
J.W. Hayden, Stanford;
S.I. Hsuichman, Lincoln;
M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon;
S. T. Harris, Lincoln;
J. S. Mocker. Stanford;
G. A. Lackey, Lincoln;
T. P. Ihll, Stanford.
NY. G.Welch, Stanford;
I. S. Mocker, I'residcnt;
John J, McRoberts, Cashier;
A. A. McKiuncy, Assistant Cishler.