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TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1911.
THK STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL.
$? ill 3OTK&V
" I have been a suf.
fercr from rheumatism
(or about two years, and
have used many lint
mento and patent medi.
clncs which gave me no
relief. -A lady friend of
mine told me she had
used your Liniment and
fminM rnltf nt nnrt I
got two bottles and they cured me. 1 think it is the best Liniment a person
can have in the house. I shall always keep a bottle in my house as long as I
can get it" Mrs. E. R. Wallace, Morrisons, Va.
Mrs. James McGraw, of 1216 Mawlcville St.,New Orleans, La., writes:
" I take pleasure in writing to you that I had a pain in my arm for five years,
and I used
HIE INTERIOR JOURNAL.
SHELTON M. SAUFLEY,... Publisher
$1 A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE
Kntcrci) at tbo pustoffleo at Stan
ford as second cWSB mall.
For Circuit Judge.
HON. CHAIti.r.S A. HARDIN,
of Moreor County
tlcm to bo decided to tho Intelligent
a Mite of 54,012 to 31,301 In Oregon
mnk'o all tho other votors Intelligent
on public nuestlojis.
The corrupt prnctloo net ndoptid by
vote of 51,012 to 31,301 In Oregon
through the Inltlntlvo In 190S, irnlde
tbnt no cnndiilato for office ntinlt ox
nend mooro than 16 per cent, of tl'C
'nnnitnl salary of tbnt offlco, except
I tbnt tbo cndldnto shall not bo restrict
I cd to loss Jhnn $100. Ator the export-
'enco of tbo past senatorial elictlou
In Wisconsin, men of all parties will
ngroo that some such law Is Impera-
thcly dcninnded In this state.
l. 1 The Oregon law requires that tbo
Tho Interior Journal Is much gratl- mon for ft rofCrcmim m,ut bo
lied over tho wid0 spread cotnmenda. I ajgned by C per cent of 'of tbo voters,
turn It lin received for Us ndvocacy! Tho Inw also requires tho Se
of those progrcssUe measures tor proletary of Stato to send to ocry re
. .. 1 i.mnv ,.. 'clstcred voter In tb0 stato a prlntel
gmalvo people, the Initiative, refer-, J R,vnR ,, ,, ,, of
otnlutn and recall, notwithstanding tho measure submitted to tho peo
lait that United States Senator Jool,,C no iatCr (wn 55 days before n
llnlley, of Tcxns, In fighting the Arl-jcenernl election. Arguments for nnd
for one week and was completely cured.
wgniy." da -
I recommend y6ur Liniment very
Sloan's Liniment instantly relieves
stiffness of the Joints,SoreThroat,
Hoarseness, Sprains, Neuralgia,
Sciatica and Lumbago. Better
and cheaper than porous plasters.
At All Druggists. Trice U5c., COc. nnd S1.00
Sloan'a Treatlae on the llorte sent Tit. Atldret
DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS.
zoua constitution tho other day, brum!
imI thorn as "popullstlc heresies." If
these be populism, glvo us more of It,
but they seem to us to bo tho very
essense of government by tho people
for the people M.-iy take some
time to educate kentucKInns to tho
Incalculable advantages of governing
thenwolves, but It's bound to come.
It has been said that the Inltlatlvo
and referendum will confuse the vot-
'ors by giving a largo number of gills
to bo voted on at an election, ino
oters of Oregon have completely de
monstrated that they knew in 100S
how to vote Intelligently on 19 differ
'cnt measures. Trie most votes on any
J of tho 19 was 95,623, th0 least number
Uias 70.72G and the average on all the
l!i was 8fi.420. Twelve measures were
edopted by majorities ranging from
1.103 to 48.506. Seven bills were
defeated by majorities ranging from
12,'JIU to 49,201. Four laws, strength
I against tho proposed law can bo In
serted In such pamphlet at tho ac
tual cost of tho paper and printing
Thus th0 voter Is carefully and In
telllgently Informed on both sides of
every proposed measure.
vQpkv mmm r
I SoaglTR ri I
ZtfD.-l Af.. t Ji 141
Report of Condition of
Tht National Bank
at Ilustonvlllo In tho stato of Ken-
tttckv, nt th0 close of business, .Mnrm
Loans and Discount . - -M19.97G 87
Overdrafts secured and
unsecured 50S C6
U. S. llonds to secure cir
culation -Jo.uuu uu
Prems on U. S. bonds .... 132 29
lljiitzine hnnsn flirnltUTO
nnd flxtuies 2.900 00
Due from Nntlonal banks
(Not reserve agents) .. 3,816 33
Due from approved reserve
i.,jvi i i,w.. . ... ---. - c Agents -",oi
enlng and extending the power ot uie checks and other casii
peonlo over their State government, Items
nere adopted by decisive majorities. '".j,01? r. .T!.
rnnglng from 14,70 to 45,506. TheJo .-MConrti paper' Currency
four laws provide for tho recall, the nlrkels nnd cents
popular election ot United States Sen- Specie .,5-i !.
ators, proportional representation and "Mender notes 7,0 00
a cornint-nractlces act governing elec ii.!.nitlnn fund with II. S.
tions. Treasurer (5 pur cent clr-
The bill requlllng railroads to give dilation) i.zjo u"
public officials free passes wna defeat- totaI.
Her Terrible Experience Shows jo this
-jj Are the styles of the
X Mm M fm If
N "" iti m I mW 4
Mrs. C 8. Sagerttr.
Jfia 'm'w. i-
cd by a vote of 59,406. The oters LIABILITIES
or Oregon decided 'that the Stato can Capital stock paid in ..
and ought to pay tho railroads for any - -
service honestly rendered. They de- pens08 am taxcg pald
elded not to place" their public officials utlonaI bank notes out-
with their friends and families under standing .:;,. ,"
. .. . . , . .. ,... I)u tn other Nat'l banks
obligation to a powcnui apecwi hiu-i- - q gute nn(, )rlva,c
est capable of abusing Us privileges. nanS nnd Bankers
From 7 to 30 per cent of those who individual deposit subject to
L. L. Sanders
voted for United States Senator In
Oregon In 1908, did not vote on all roTAI. 1191.629 72
tho 19 measures. They were either, stateof Kentucky county of Lincoln
Indifferent to or Ignorant of ono or ss. 1 J. W. Hocker. Cashier of tno
more of the questions and so did not ' above named bank do solemnly iwwr
place a cross In the square contain-, hpgt or my knowIrdgo antl bellcr.
lnc "Yes" or "No". This Is excellent j. v. HOCKKH. Cashier.
automatic disfranchisement of thoao Subscribed an 1 sworn to beforo me
who do not know how to vote and is a Il0ghl NoUry ,,ub,c
chief merit of the initiative and refer- correct Attest- Edward Alcorn,
eUUUIU. It HUl 1JU1J vi.n . .(- 1 iv. iJ i, u Willi, .1 Jt UKttt
mmnimMm$SsnrjF9IKri -. . ftHH
iirvr x v v tzsnynx i n ' ' 'iiyt1' "' IiBfImI'bimm m -vhb
How Pcruna Should Be in Every
Home to Prevent Colds.
I feci It
n. till Iv to
you nnd to
may be ai
ble fl r n t
In p, Iniln
o 1 b li t or
fiiro. n trath-
crlng In my
licati a n i
mi n o r f fl
most all tho
tho last two years. I think from your
description of Internal catarrh that I
must have had that also. I suffered
"Nothing- ever relieved mo llko ro
rono. It keeps me from taking cold.
"With tho exception ot some deaf
ness I am fcellntc perfectly cured. I
am forty-six years old.
"I feel that words are Inadequate to
express my praise for PerunaT
Heport of rondltlou of
The Lincoln Countv
at Stanford In tho State of Kentucky
ut the close of butlness Mnrch 7th
Loans und discounts ...$277e4C 42
Overdrafts, secured and un
secured 8.-6 1 9 J
V. S. Uondi to securo
Circulation 10t xHi M
Premiums on U. S. llonds .fiM 71
Honda, Suciirltict etc 37,boo
Unnkln- ho-'. ftirnl
iuru i cl 'ti"i . .- 5,300 tm
Duo fit.' 1 N rial Hanks
(titt if ... ufTint) . C.I0S 7'!
One from npiirovad ro-
ore iicillU 1" '10 3.
CheiUs and ot!)r onsli
ltoma SSI 36
Notoi- ot other NnUuiwl
Kractional paper currency
nlckols and cents 10S 60
.Specie $12,109 00
Legal-tender notes . . 2.000 00
Kedemptlon fund with
U. S. Treasurer (i per
cent of circulation ... .13.000 00
Total JI70.S1S 17
Due to other National Hanks. 2,932 50
Capital stock paid In ....$100,000 00
KSrlvurnlus fund 100,100 01
Undivided profits less ei-
penses and taxes paid 2,738 6C
Tuo to stato and prUato
banks and bankers ", 43
Subject to check $133,322 BS
TIm0 certificate of de
posit 6,000 00
UI1U payable Including certi
ficates of deposits for money
borrowed 23.000 0
I stock now ready to
I show you.
y - . - - . &
. 17.000 0U
. 1.0S0 7 J
. 21,200 00
LOW AND REGU-g
LAR TOPS j
In all leathers; high
toes and high heels,
broad toes and low
heels, to suit every J
$3.50 $4, 4.50, $5
H. J. McRoberts.
DMSti& 0O0;5O QO&tZHS Tix. -
.. . J-JL-. ! . if taa. . .
Carriage nd Way on Work dont
strictly first clan. Any casting brok
en, mended at good at new. All work
guaranteed. We solicit part of your
GRCER . PRICE,
Somer'tt SU Starrford, Ky.
J-- -.- ' r; :TT"
TO MY LINCOLN FRIENDS
1 am now located on Fourth street,
with the best I'ljut'prd stable In Dn
Milt- and will be r'ad to sr, yon at
an) time. And will bow the ladl"
espclally courteous fcattuenL
4-S. D. F. LOQAN.
I. !". I,1 1 I1 ' II "
SERVED IN ANY
mGAL - in
Carson's - Restaurant
W.A. CARSON, PROP.
Arairican Fence U thorougkly galvanized made witk the hinged joit the mot practical union
stay wiro and mai strand po4fble, as it lends flexibility, prevent the sUy wire from being slipped sidewi
I -nrup wires are used tkrouchour. crivinc rreater stranirth and more waight than any ether fence
the market for the price.
DkttAM rAMMAJi vakaAV ftva lv nvAfifa fm (k Fsmvi
ObUVl baVW MiVSUI IWIIHrl J W 19 llUtll iMV A k
Let us supply you now as the price may be higher.
W. E. PERKINS,
Crab Orchard, Kentucky.
Total J170.31S IT
State ot Kentucky, county of Lincoln
ss: I, w. si. Jinsui. ui?r "' "
above named bank, do solemnly swear
that tbo nbovo statement la truo to tho
best ot my knowltMlgo nnd boiler.
V. M. nrlBht. Cfcitner
Pubstrll-ed nnd sworn to me this lOlb
day or March 1911. W. W. anundore,
Correct attojt: J. It. I'axton, A. T.
Nunnclley, W. O. Wnlher. Directors.
n-l... n.ntrnnil IllPOllllL' nt tllC HO-
bron Methodist church nt Cednr Creek
i& still In tirocress I.irpre crowds In
attendance, Much interest innnlfe ted
Uo Andrew jorusou rrnu-i uiu
meetlnB and Is assisted by ltv. J K.
Itoborts, tho pastor Good inuelc He v.
Win. Fiirlnkle nsslnts with the sins
lur. The meotlnK will oontlnuo ten
days lonpor. Everybody Invited.
in., i.,v U'llsnn. of Crnl) Orcll-
ard, Is teaching a select rrhool nt
Lvwiwood school ho.ito.
John n. Anderson sold B"W" of'rn t
T. W. Nnnlcr at $2.76. T. A. Ilreht
nl.1 n .na tn V. T. I.flffnn fljf 10
darner Price bought 01 ueo. yiihh
nine cattle at it. aiso six iwirjcor.
old cattle t S26; bought a bunch ot
nog from Charles Sowders at 7 conts.
II. I). Ilolticlaw boiu a pair 001 uiuies
to J. M. Mahan, of Qarrard for ?3.2r.
,Mr. J. A. uougut a sow nnu i"B
of W. M. Anderson for 115; sold 8
head of 1,500 pound cauie 10 "
l.athon at i i-a cenis. waru wwco
wld about 20 acres of f.nd near
Crab Orchard, known a, tho old 011-
ilcerfcin place, wun reniuuiitr un uij
for 12.750 to Um. Curtlu Gover.
WC HAVE THtM ALL ON THE RUN
luu It comes to supi'lylng hlKh grade
lumber P kndir of none that fur
nish better lumber uiic'ity few who
can eff'r t rood Hut nveii wliere our
1'iuibir cau t uiatihtxl our prlrfs
cannot Give us your nst order arjl
uotlce how mucb lti It takes to fin
un jou ana how tnuca snisuer tnc
J. A AU.BH, Stanford, Ky.
Wtiu-ctn Boiltlnn to do all klmli ot oun
:h iti Illock Work, rTninH
vtavH " 1 w v k nuis
ad la fot. w f a mitk ny thins from
aif uownioRieici poll.
poll. W can nr
roipn7 aaa juaranira nril-olaM
wark ana laatvrtal. Call and gat our urttai
afar job aaj jomt maUrlal at laail,
J. C. MeClary,
Vttt W "
AHOHSE'BOVUICOAT IMnVPT.VrD n nTr
lc called a Ol.iukot Wo have every
kind from Uie llgUtit to tho huavlMt. ,.., STAHFORO. - KV-
rrt,u. U.o fancy blanket for road M Q'ce 'I'aoiie lb7 Uom, '1'hone ar.
in the plain but serviceable one for SnrinP llUin&C
UiortaWo KverykliW of stable utciiiUf H"6 I"U5&
too. KnoJ, of eon tho, and roasocable
tm trico. Tliry liuro to bt to conWrm
r nr karnefs stnndartl.
J C. KiCLARY, Stanford.
1 JL .l Pi'" -UM. . 1 11 1
Ltv mu srirlftr nml anmtMo. r,i:i,i.lA
uro now ready for your iMpoctlnii.
They comprise tho best on the umrket
I ran -41 1 1 nnvmi,. ,ia ft, nriM u.ki ,-i
tds clothes nuidc to order. A siflt
laado to jour measuro Is prcforablo
to rady ispdo clothes To hao theili
inUrfu tn trilitlali... Jmaa..', ..n. ......
...-.. bu im-udimc uiiixm v vwnfc HI
tDoi-e than ready maaa whon tumriy
and fit Is conxidorod. C'crnu At uiid
mi we i.iKo your inonsuio.
H. C. rtUFLEV. The 1'nutUal TarVw.
WOULD YOU hur-UbE A POLICY
It It wero offored you while the fire
men wore entering your house! Woll
we giioss. Uut don't wait for any such
Iohr chance. Have us Issue you a
policy to day und make yourself safe
nn tnrittaf u-hnt hfinnnna If n fir
should come tonight you'd never for.
BIVq yourseu 11 11 siiuuia csicu yoi
W. f. VMH
UNDERTAKERS AND EM.
DALMER8. ALSO DEAL.
ER IN FURNITURE, MAT.
TINQS, RUQ8. THEY WILL
FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK.
OIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE
STANFORD, : ; KENTUCKY.