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THE STAItFMf INTEMilt JMIRNAL STANFIM, vKENTttCKY
The .Interior Journal.
HELTON M. SAUFLEY,...Publlher
1 A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE
tere4 at the rcetofftce at Man.
ferd areeoond elate mall.
- For County Judnc.
T. A. Rice nnnounccs his enndi
dncy for County Judgo of Lincoln
county, subject to the action of tho
M. F.. North nnnounccs his candi
dacy for County Judgo of Lincoln
county, subject to tho action of tho
Peyton Parrlsh nnnounccs his
enndidacy for Jailer of Lincoln
county, Biibjcct to the action of tho
George DeBorde announces Uh
candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln coun
ty subject to the action of the demo
Dink Farmer is a candidate for
Jailer of Lincoln county subject to
tho action of the Democratic party.
Tho Interior Journal congratulat
ed nnd greeted Gov. McCrcnry upon
his inauguration ns governor in lb' 6
nnd takes great pleasure in renewing
its most sincere felicitations to him
upon a similar ctcnt today in the
good year of 1011.
Iteport of condition of
THE LINCOLN COUNTY NATION
Our friend, tho Advocnto says
Congressman Helm's bill to provide
for a public building at Ilnrrods
burg is buncombe It didn't think
so when he got $35,000 for tho Dan
villo Federal building.
At Stanford in tho state of Ken
tucky, at tho closo of business, 'De
cember 3, 1011.
Loans nnd discounts ..$3111,152 GO
Overdrafts, secured nnd un
secured 17,499 18,
U. S. bonds to Bccuro circu
lation 100,000 00
Premiums on U. S. Bonds.. 500 00
Hondo, securities, etc 20,500
To Fccnro postal swings
Bank hc. fnr. fix .... G,300 00
Duo from Nat. banks (not
reservo ngents) 43 73
Duo from approved reservo
agents 17,374 03
Checks nnd other cash
items 2,403 58
Notes of other Nnt. banks 2,100 00
fractional paper currency,
nickels nnd cents .... 221 02
Specie $11,409 00
Legnl-tcndcr notes 2,200 00
Redemption fund with U. S.
Trens. (5 per cent circu
lation) 5,000 00
Total ,..$550,709 00
" ' . . ...
Capital stock paid in.. $100,000 00
Surplus fund 100,100 00
Undivided profits, less expen
ses nnd tnxes paid 5,025 19
National bank notes ont-
stnnding 100,000 00
Duo to other NaL
bnnks 4,139 42
Duo to sUto nnd private
banks nnd bankers 30,020
Individual deposits subject
to check ....150,759 07
Demand certificates of do-
posits 19,400 00
Deposits of U. S. disbursing
offices postal savings 13.00
Bills pnynblc, including cer
tificates of deposit for mon
ey borrowed 70,303 -10
Total ....$550,709 04
Stnto of Kentucky, county of
I, W. M. Bright, cashier of tho
above-named bank, do solemnly
swear that tho nbovo statement is
true to the best of my knowledge
W. JL BRIGHT. Cashier.
Subscribed nnd sworn to beforo
mo this 8th day of December 1011,
W. W. Saunders Notary Public.
S. II. Shanks, J. B. Pnxton, G.
W. Carter, Directors.
When you have n cold get n bottle
of Chnmberlnin's Cough Remedy. It
will soon fixlyou up nil right nnd wi1!
ward offrnny tendency toward pneu
monia. This remedy contains no
opium or other narcotic nnd may
be given ns confidently to a baby ns
to nn ndiilt. For sale by all deal
WITH HEADQUARTERS AT
THE LARG-BST ASSORT
- MENT OF TOYS AND
Ever Brought to This Part of the
You can't put it
off only this week
and next to buy.
Select what you
want, let us put it
away for you.
S there anything a young lady would rather have than one of those hand
some umbrellas in our window, they are useful, they are things of beauty
they last for years, they never change their colors of handle or cover. Any
price. qD, qtou, iu, iz.du, id, ana $zu.
Everybody uses them. You can't travel these days with
out one. We sell only the "Llllcy" cases and hand bags and the Lllley
make of hand luggage stands in Its line like the STETSON hat or the
NETTLETON SHOES do In their line right o ntop. Our Lllley suit cases
in reed and artificial leather arc $2.50 to $3.50. Our leather cases in
genuine cowhide at $5, $7 and $10
And our Imitation Walrus at $12.50 and $15
arc ideal articles. Our Lllley hand hags In leather at ...$5 and $7.50
Genuine horned alligator at $12.50
Are simply fine.
WE FEEL THAT WE HAVE THE CREAM OF THE SHOE TRADE,
WAS THERE EVER A BUNCH OF BETTER ONES THAN THESE
"MENZIES," "WITCH ELK," WALKOVER," "NETTLETON, Meniies,
and Witch Elk the working mans' out of doors shoe for rain and snow
6 to 7 Inch top at $3.50 to $10
Walkover for the moderate laborer and the well dressed man, .heavy
and medium weight ralf skin at $3.50 and $4
Patents and tans at $4 and $5
Nettleton a fine shoe in every detail for particular men and for men
who want and wear only the best at $6.03
WE have so much that we hardly know what to tell you about first.
JOHN B. STETSON, acknowledged by all, the best soft hat In the
world. We have possibly 25 styles in almost every color and style for
young men and old in smooth and rough finish in both soft and stiff
atN. $350 to $5
The cheaper grades $2 to $3.50
In aliyhe new rough goods we can show yen a great many.
As is the case every Christmas our cases are brim full of the neatest
newest neckwear the market furnishes at 25c, 50c and $1.
Silk handkerchiefs at 25, 50c and $1
Silk sox 50c and $1.
Silk hose 50c $ I, anil $1.50
Sock supporters 10c, 25c and 50c
Collar buttons', cuff buttons, stick pins, in fact everything that a man
In our Msement o l.ao
n first-class repair man
Cleaning, pressing and re
pairing done quick and well
Leave your gar
ments with us for
cleaning or repairing.
THE WEST END.
IT WILL PAY YOU TO COME
AND SEE US BEFORE YOU
BUY YOUR PRESENTS
' For tho building of an iutorurban
lino from lli'stonvrilo up the tirtek J
to Jlorulsnd, tho route ii n ideal I
oiio to build at a remarkably uili I
cost. A hillside cut four-fifth of
the way, vJiu-h is Its than two
mile. Its buililiiur would not only
unhanco the value of evory farm
through which it pmwd, but wovld
griAtly increase tua valuo of nil
pioparly at Moraland ns wall
bore. 'Hi ore lias bean nledgad ia
anting to b brought hore the tim
ber from over three thousand five
hundred nuro mid at) flno tiiabor as
tliib or ofher state poowa. Some re
liable gontlemen of Libwt?, aay.
"When yc-ur inKrnrban la aoxipMed
wo will build i c alunfr the pike to
To good horseback rider full l
Fonidthint; that uiodo thoin hollar
like wild ('omraanoboH ns tboj crow
ed the creek, wont full vpeed to
ward the Kitting Fork'ut lAi minu
te to 7 1 Jl. Thoy kept up tboir
fun until out of licnrlitg.
The Mayor of Jumbo wij& thnt
bnaineaa has been oxeoeduigly quiet
Mflce tbe eloeo of the camp merit
ing Service on rural route ouo from
tbie plaoe will bodiii in ilia nenr f :
I we and the route wit! be a wire
good one. ,
LEXINGTON TOBACCO SALES.
I.cxmt, . . JCy. Deo. 11 Last
week' sa!ee of tobnaeo on the Lex-
. injrica bn.ik enminot'l up 320,075
uound-. and trotvfatt2SJSS.ll or
.nueet with oura at rloalti'i ille . .. r r a,, MfcHts-uiu. in
round ftguiee, S uuute a pound,
wild hrinji ou bitaiihoia (ram Dntin
nlle ai d Kutell Springe.' '
Savoml luiadietr panato of fne
ii along i-urnl nute of Ion Una
tonvHlo ivriv blown aowa by the
high wind ku-t wfok.
Oltia hubaub. lpft lt wok for
Hdgtiwood O., to noeopt n position
nnt at a Kol Malary. QlUs ia all
rirbt and ia .ire to make gooA ia
Hity aitiiHti n lie aoecjpta.
,1 IJ. Ilonuku- auippert last weok
7' fifud rt 1.400 jxumkI cattle for
ih lw Teeh ed n w good priee
rti0'lrimr the markel-
TJie aaw and pJaniug mill nt Gcn
im.fvu I l-ujimi) full Hw, and then
PS'' t nb' t u p i p. hJ iloiuj; a
5 'ho " ;
. i U '!' was (.iven n
2'm, jjji j -tVum e Iv urmi vor
(I'li-d l.ii.hdn.v u"l . tt inuuy frijnd
.'J'f'iid relatives wor present to nld in
Klher enjojment of the ocension in
H the fullest and most ngrecablo man-'
which 14 the bel average for nay
week Una neaseii. Ooeo duriHg thu
week $20, n higk market priee, wns
iABcd nun twi'u 910.
Far in Fence
Wa H. Higgins'
' . Stanford Ky.
See Him Before You Buy Elsewhere.
In ilit- uosuig hours of hie nd
I'diuVtmtion (lor. Wlllaon iasuod a
pi'HtiaiDctii a to the people of Ken
tucky itruuting free aad fall pardon
to every offeer nud member of the
KeMoetcy Stnto Guard who was on
anty during the "night rider" trou- I
bio. "For and and overy charge,"
growing oat of thoai- offidlal nets.
IIolHwiflee OKilaia offioers of the
juurd bj iinmoa who were in the
noulto iu iigg, Todd, Chriitinn
n.id Iaoii rouuties.
Cincinnati, Dec. 12 Cattle Ito
rciptw, 2,-HKI; market nctio; steers
$.7.25; htiers $35.50j cows
J1.24.7fl. Cnhcs bteaday, $3
C.75. J logs Itocuipts 5,230; market
cl, ,.!.. ,nr.l...rd &flti)( V! fil.u'U .'!
l r- n: m. n ... !i. ;i r" t-c -i "'-- '-
Jirs. uiii"(i uuin, n iiciir iiuiku- rrr. . ,......,.... .nro cicnri7n.
utu i (,1iituiui. n.ta yjivvvi
bor of Mrfl. Bettie F.tcs, nnd in
hr 9.1d enr i the mother of our
good friend, Jacob Wulls whom ev
erybody knows and like. Wo hope
sho will livo to ba a hundred nnd
nud lights $-l5.G0. Sheep Re
ceipts 305; innrkot. steady, 1.25
3.10. Lambssteudy, .f35.75.
The rain Monday night nnd Tues
day plucd havoc with tho crowd
that had intended to go from here J
to tho inauguration
- If You Are Prompt -
You Still Have Abundant Time
Paint That Roof
You Can Get It At
PENNY'S DRUG STORE
uuvortisu w the 1. ,f AuWi
You're Johiug money h J"
jsa me-i d" V&& '
k ai 44...w mmu mj -.rtMur T.,,",;. r -t ". i a.t I
mv." For bale by nil denlere. to iuc unqmrcr, cuiauumi, wmv.
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