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The Stanford Interior Journal.
STANFORD. LINCOLN COUNTY. KENTUCKY Tl'F.HDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1011.
VOLUME XXXVIII NO. 100.
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
BURGLARS ENTER TWO
Ytvnf Amateurs Make Bungling Job
And Police Expect To Have
Them Behind Bars Soon
i, bml burglars were buHy
rJa in Stanford lust Thursday
Hi4it ami entered I ho storerooms
of Hereruneo & Son nnd Cummins
I; Wcrcu without, however obtain
ing auch to pay tlicm fur their
mefct's labor. At tliu latter plneo
luff cot only 25 cents out of u tic
e while from Severance store
they failed to secure anything of
lu the snfo resisting their efforts
In Wow it open with gunpowder. Hnd
they gotten into it, however, their
labor would hove been fruitless, for
More the robbery of Cummins A;
V?rcn'rt Hnfo HcvernL months ago
when t-31 wns secured, most of the
merchants hate been taking tlnrir
iedy ensh to bank late in tho uflcr
iioomt and Mr. Severance is one of
tlioie who keep nothing on hand at
It has only been two weeks since
lincf entered Severance & Sou's
Ktore anil endenvored to burglarize
it then, but went tiwny without mo
Jesting the safe. At that time be
pnred nn iron bnr off one of (he
lower windows, nnd seemed en-
h trance. He was too foxy to tako any
mtifles of clothing, nnd seemed evi
dently to be on the hunt for money,
iind left without any booty.
When bo returned last Thursday
i night, the inn milder entered the
fiimc way that he did before by priz
liic off one of the bars from a lower
window. Albert Severance hnd left
t-evcrat shotgun shells standing on n
tdielf in the basement and the burg
lar out them with it knifu nnd emp
tied the powder out. They then drill
ed a couple of holes in the door
to the snfe nnd poured the powder
in wetting It off with n fuse. No
'n heard the explosion, which did
'i it little dnninge to the safe, tear
ing off the knob but not distill bing
the lock. After tinkering about for
ii while nnd finding themselves un
jible to get in. the young men left
mill went across the street to Cum
mi. A Wearen's store where n bet
ter haul lind been obtained a few
Thii timo the chief burglar who
iwns etidently the same fellow who
lid tho work befoie. hnd little trou
ble gnttinc into the safe. They hnd
probably preervedor made u key
nfter their previous experience with
this snfonnd so opened it with-
out doinjt much damage. Their pain
went for naught, however, in this
.'nsn also, for nil the money taken
In daring the day, hnd been deposit
ed in bunk ns had been done at Sr
vennon A Son's. The marauders
made an inspection of the different
how rases, however, nnd picked up
it quarter which was !a)ing in one
They took enre, here, too not to tnke
elothing or goods by which they
might tw identified or prove it clew
later. Entrance wns effected into
this storeroom by the same means
that it was entered when robbed be
fore. The heavy wire screen was
ut off a back window, and the snsh
1 rued open.
The young mui who are getting
into, all this deviltry about town are
pretty well known, it is generally be
lieved. Cltiuf of Police Carter says
that ho is mortally certain who they
ii ro nnd f only waiting for a few
developments to place them under
iriest. Mu hns been fearing that
they would skip town before he will
have suflicient evidence to place
them under nrrest.
Vow, that these young men have
grown no bold ns to attempt to rob
two stores in one night no one would
be surprised nt what they might at
tempt next, but they nro sum to
land behind tho bars with a nice
striped suit of clothes apiece if they
leep up their present gait.
GIRL "OPERATOR" AT C0RBIN
County Judge J. T. Stumor, of
Knox county, accompanied by two
deputy sheriffs mndo a raid on tho
blind tigers of Corbin nnd nrrestcd
Mut Urynnt, who it is said, had in
liis possession 497 pints of whisky
mid Anthony Messer, who hnd six
gallons, and Corney llrynnt, a 14-year-old
girl, who, it is alleged had
in her possession 43 pints. She is
tinder bond, llrynnt is in jail nnd
" Messer wns fined $75. Cprbin, llko
Stanford, is supposed to bo n dry
JUDGE WALKER WEDS
MISS FLORA ZEIGLER.
Much Surprise at Their Home In
Lancaster at News of Marriage
of Popular Couple.
Iincastcr Dec. 18.
Judgo L. L. . Walker and Miss
Flora Zciglcr of this city surprised
many of their friends when it was
learned hero that they had been
married at noon Thursday nt Lntonia
It Fccmcd miinu few hnd the impres
sion tltnt tho wedding would occur
but it was not known just when.
Judge Walker is very popular as a
lawyer and citizen, mid having em
barked t'vice before mi tho matri
monial sea he will certainly appre
ciate tho value of n good wife. Tho
lirido is the adopted daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. R. Zimmer proprietor of
Kcnpnrlan nnd a pretty nnd attrac
tive blonde. Judgo Walker and bride
left for n bridal trip to Martinsville
Father O'Dwyer of Richmond
will hold services for the Catholics
todnv Tuesday nt tho residence of
Mrs." N. .Miller.
The remains of David Nnylor aged
50 who died nt his home nt Alum
rprings were brought to this county
Morris Luce of Hubble held the
fortunate ticket Hint drew the hand
some wngon offered by J. W. Smith
for purchases inndo nl his clothing
Miss Stella Lewis n returned mis
sionary from Japan, nrthed in Lan
caster Saturday and made two in
terestini" addresses at the Christian
church Sunday morning nnd evening
Mr. John Adams sold 3 4-year-old
mules Wednesday for $160; James
1. Hamilton ' bought 5 4-year-old
mules in North Onrrurd at $180 a
bead; James I. Hamilton shipped a
,fine Middle horse to L. C. Delaney
nt flraee. Miss., receiving for the
fine equine f750; Jnincs I. Hamilton
sold n 5-year-old horse to It. E.
Pnvnc, of Hermit, Miss., for $180.
J. P. Nnyor ago 01 years died at
his home nt MeCrenry after .1 liu
rering illness of n complication of
discuses. Resides a widow, he leaves
live daughters nnd three sons to
mourn his hihs.
Mr. W. P. Ruble died nt the home
of her daughter Mrs. Joe Hamilton
at Ruena Vistit after a short illness
of pneumonia. The deceased is sur
ived by a husband "find three chil
dren. DR. M0RRISHN
Speaks Three Times In Stanford To
Re. II. C Morison, one of the
L-rentehl men in the Methodist
church in the South, lectured here
Saturday night nnd then preached
fwiee on Sunday, and wos heard
rath time by lurge congregations.
He lectured nt the court houso on
Saturduy night to it good crowd on
"Pure Evangelism Around ine
Wnrlil." nnd delivered two snlen-
.lid sermons on Sunday nt tho Meth
lit church in the moraine nud a!
it union sen ice nt the Christian
church in the evening.
Dr. Morrison held his lirst pnstor
ntf when a young minister, nt the
Stanford Methodist church ubout :10
cnrs ugo, and has always buhl a
viirni spot in tho hearts of the poo
pie here. He was gien most cor
dial greeting by Ins many triends.
Miss Amanda Hustle, the nttme
tie young daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs
J. II. Rustle, was united in tho hid)
bonds of matrimony Inst Tliusduy
to Mr. W. R. Smith, u well known
nnd popular young farmer of the
Pluto section of Pulnsl.i county.
They drove to Preuchcrsville where
Rev. J. E. Roberts said the words
tlhieh made them mini and wife.
I'ntli or these young people have n
wide circle of friends who will ex
tend congratulations and wish them
every happiness. They will move
to it nieo little furm near Stanford.
Mr. Fred Schrocdcr, accompan
ied by his daughter, Miss Mildrei'
Schroeder, and Mrs. Ella Schcffncr
nnd Miss Elsie Long, of tho Hol
dnm's Mill Fection, wcn pleasant
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Brnunsweig at their homo in tho
country sovernl days Inst week.
G. W. Edmiston who has been liv
ing nt Duvennort Oklnbomn, for sev
eral years, baa returned to Crab
Orchard nnd orders his I. J. sent to
O TEMPERANCE COLUMN O
O This space is ongaged by i'Ji
O the Temperance Committee of O
0 Lincoln County. 0
Shall the open saloon bo per
mitted to return to Lincoln county f
Tho voters of tho county nro to de
termine this matter on Feb, 10. The
isuo is n clear nnd definite one. Oth
er questions do not enter into and
complicate the consideration of the
matter I": fore us. It is a niornl
question rather than a political one.
All citizens must take sides on tho
matter if they hate any concern for
the moral welfare of tho county nnd
its various communities. Neutrality
is impossible fur the earnest-minded
H is not too soon to take a de
cisive stand on the question. We
bebexo theio is every reason to hope
thn't tho undertaking to restore
the saloon will prove u failure but
our hopes will not bo renlizcd un
less thcie is n strong effort made
io mouse public sentiment. Indif
ference or Iuko-wnrmncss with rc
gnid to tho matter will bo fatal to
the success of tho cause. The advo
cates of tho saloon musf bo brought
to see that the feeling of the people
who favor prohibition is not mcrc
'y n force to bo reeotmized, but it
force that is strong, vigoiousMind
Thcie is n grunt cull, therefore,
for earnest consideration ami prompt
ui.d decifiw action. It the cull
lie benid nnd let every friend of
law nm1 order, every friend of de
em nnd purity, etery eitwcti who
has (ho moral wcll'.ire of his inni
imiuity nt heart, enltit in the nnd
saloon cr'iMide, nud let it be a eb'.ui
del. I for righteousnes
KILLING NEAR BR0DHEAD
Morris Farris Shoots Man Named
Woods To Death With Shotgun
. Rrodhead, Dec. 1H.
Morris Farris, a well known citi
zen of this section of Rockcas-tle,
shot and killed a man named Woods
on the farm of J. J. McCnll, on
Negro Creek, where both worked.
Farris was taken to Ml. Vernon,
v. here, after nn cvuminiug trial,
he was held to await the action o!"
I be gmnd jury tinner $-.000 bond,
which he furnished. Wood, the
dead man lingered a day and then
passed away. He was struck
twice with the loads from a shot
gun. Conflicting stories nro told
concerning the killing, nnd it is ex
pected that the facts will be brought
out fullv at the trial in circuit court
PUBLIC SALE OF
Ry authority of Judge I L. Walk
er executor of tho will of T. R.
Walker, deceased we will sell to the
highest bidder at the court house on
Monday, December 25th, 1911,
at 10 o'clock A. M., 205 acres of
land, with a large barn, belonging
to the said decedent's estate, adjoin
ing the oity of Lancaster, Kentucky,
nnd being u highly fertile nnd desir
able tract of hind fronting on Rich
mond street, near n concrete walk",
with beautiful building sites, near
one of the best graded schools in
. We will first offer about 135 ncrcs
fronting on Richmond street; then
about 35 acres on tho east of the
farm; then approximately 70 ncrcs
villi building site accessible to n
road leading from the Richmond
pike. If desired, the front on said
street will be divided by a lino run
ning nearly north, dividing the lnnd
into two pnrts of about 80 and 125
ncrcs, which will nlsn be offered
Btparately. After offering the trnejs
mentioned, the entire boundary of
205 ncrcs will bo offered ns n whole,
nnd the bid or bids renlizing the
most money, will bo accepted. Wo
will show, the property and give
any information desired.
Tonus The sale will be mnde for
one-third paynblo Jnntmrv 1. 1012,
when deed will be mnde nnd pos
session given. The rotuiiiuler pay
able in one and two yinrs with six
per cent interest, n lien being re
tained on the Inn for pnvment.
Hughes & Swlnebroad,
Lnncaster, Dee. 13, 1011. 0PU
When your feet nro wcl nnd cold
nnd your body chilled through nnd
through from exposure, take n big
doso of Chamberlain's Cough Reme
dy, bathe your feet in hot water bo
foro going to bed, nnd you nro almost
certain to ward oft a severe cold.
For snlo by all denlers.
TRAYL0R DISTILLERY TO
REMAIN UNDER THE NAME
A. T. Trayior & Co., Buy Big Plant
At Public Sale Estate Sold
at Auction Friday
Tho celebrated Trnylor's distillery
located on tho Duddcrar's Mill road,
nbout five miles from Stanford, will
not go out of tho family name,, and
the famous brand of Edgcwood whis
ky manufactured there for so many
years will continue to find that
place its home.
This was decided when on Friday
the cbtnte of the Into W. II. 1 my
lar wns put up nnd sold at public
outcry . Under tho firm name of A.
T. Trnylor & Company, Mr. Trny
lor's brother A. T. Trnylor bought
the homo place consisting of the
distillery, the houso and nbout 310
acres of land nt .f7o.25 an acre, or
$23,327.50. The distillery will con
tinue to be operated as usual under
tho firm nnmo A. T. Trnylor & Co.
by Mr. Trnylor and his sons, who
are his partners nnd in connection
with Pnxtou Hros., of Cincinnati.
The old John Trnylor distillery
nt Gilbert's Creek wns bought by J.
W. West who has been nssocinted
with Henry 'frnjlor for so long in
tho mur.agemcnt of tho Trayior dis
tillery. Tho price Mr. West paid for
this property was .87o.
A. T. Traylo ii Company nlo
bought tho Diiddernr's Mill property
consisting of 137 acres f lnnd, pay
ing therefor f(13 nn ucre whilu the
John Trnylor farm went to W. J.
Iloltzclaw Jor $40 mi ucre.
Tin-so four pieces of property
comprise the bulk of the estnte of
the deceased nnd were sold under
the hammer by Executor J. II. Pax
ton, in compliance with the wishes
of Mr. Tntjlor. to- expressed in his
A goodly bunch of horses, mules
nnd enttle were nlso offered for
sale nnd found ready buyers, though
tho prices realized were not high.
Tho bottom sjeeins to have dropped
out of the mult market for the pres
ent nnd low prices urc the rule.
Ten shnres of Lincoln County
Nntionnl Hank stock sold in blocks
of five idinrcs five going to J. L.
Anderson nt 210 it share nnd five
to W. S. Uurcli nt $210.1G n share.
Four shares of the Stanford Cream
ery Company were sold to .loo Chan
cellor nt SI 2 a shnre.
A Inrge crowd wns present nt the
sale, notwithstanding the very wet
wenther nnd Col. J. P. Chandler,
who cried the sale, kept things mov
ing. The list of the stock bnles etc.
is ns follows:
Six-ycnr-o1d marc mule to J. W.
Six-year-old hor.se mule It. W. Me
Aged horse mule, S. J. Hell fOO.
Aged mule, S. J. Hell $85.
Pnir aged mules, M. S. Ilauphmnn
Mare mute, II. L. Pence $127.
Aued horse nmle J, R. Foster
Blind mule, Richard Dyehouse, $35
Hay inn re. Jns, Rosern $fi0.
flrev mare, A. T. Trnjlor $7.
Hull A. T. Trnylor $12.
3 heifers Fox Duddemr $32.50
3 steers. Fox Dnddernr f.12.50 per
Milk cow. John Cress $47.
Milk cow. John Q. Lynn $28.
Milk row, .Dave Duddemr .30.
Milk cow, John O. Lynn $32.
Milk cow, John O. Lynn $20.50.
Milk cow, John Cres $30.
Milk cow, Fox Dnddernr $35.
Pour steer enlves A. T. Nunncl
Icy nt $11.75.
Cow Hooth Dyehouse $23.
000 bales of straw John R. Foster
nt 21 cents.
25 bales clover hay, A. T. Nun
nelley nt 05 cents.
500 bushels of wheat, J. S. Rnugh
mnn nt 85 cents.
Sorrel mnrc, W. It. Dcnlmm, $25.
250 barrels of corn, Frank Spoon
nmore nt $2.70.
Seven mulo colts, V. L. Thompson
Jr, nt $50.25.
23 two-yenr-old mules, J. Tt. Fos
ter nt $22.54.
Low round trip rntos tin Queen
vf- Crescent ru.ite. Excursion tick
(( v ill be old December 15, 30, 17,
20, -! 22, 23, 21. 25, 30 uud 31,
1011 nud January 1st, 1912. Finnl
limit to return, January 8, 1012.
Ask your ticket agent for particu
lars. W. A. Ilccklcr, O. P, A., Cin
cinnati, 0. 99-. td
Services nt the Presbyterian
church Sunday. Morning subjects
"The FuUuebd of Time."
LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS
Dnnville Ky., Dec 14 1911
My dear Santa Clnus: Will you
plcaso bring mo a doll buggy, uny
kind so it is pretty. I wnnt a black
haired doll, n story book, candy nnd
fruits, nlso a bracelet. My little
brother wants n wngon, horse nnd
ball. Oo to see my grnndma nt
Morclnnd, for they said they would
hnng a stocking up for you to fill
for us. I hope you enn bring me
nil I wnnt. I'll go to bed early nnd
shut my eyes tight. Hopo it will
snowy so you can come with your
reindeers. Good bye, your little
Dnnville, Ky Dee 14.
Denr old Suntn Clnus: Please
bring me a doll buggy with a top on
it it big black bended doll, a set
of dishes, nuts enndy nnd fruits,
If it isn't nsking too much of you
I'd like for you to bring me n brncc
!ct ton. Remember my sister nnd
little brother, nlso be good to the
poor. I'll go to bed nnd won't peep
Good bye from your little girl,
MARY E. ARNOLD.
Denr Santa: I nm a good little
girl I go to school every day. 1
want you to bring me a pair of rub
hers to wear to school a little trunk
nnd a ring. 3 linvo some tittle
brothers nnd sisters I want you to
be biire and not forget to bring
plenty of good things. You little
Stanford, Ky., Dec. 13 1011.
Dear Suntn Clnus: You were so
good to me last Xmns you gave me
everything I ask for I will not ask
for much this time plenty of enndy
nnd nuts and fruits and don't for
get to bring my little brother George
Elbert soinQ for if you "don't be will
want all of mine. He couldn't fat
nil of mine he couldn't cat any last
Xmns but he sure can now. Your
biting little bov.
ANDREW' GARLAND JAMES
Stanford. Ky.. Dec. 13 1911.
Dear. Santo. (-Inns: Please bring
me some fire works and any thing
else you want to bring nnd bring me
some candy. I go ts school every
day. My school will soon be out
and I will be sorry for I love my
teacher. Your loving friend
Dear Old Suntu:
I want you to bring be some
candy and nuts, nud purse a doll
Inggy a doll a sewing box from
Dear Santa Clnus: I want you
to bring me a doll little sled and
some enndy nnd nuts fire crackers
Roman candles, your little friend
DINK FARMER JR.
Dear Snntn Clnus: I wnnt a doll
bed and doll that will laugh and
cry, 'one thnt enn open nnd shut its
even oh, oh, oh, don't you know it
will be too cold for Snntn to trnvcj
in the snow.
Crnb Orchard, Ky., Dec. 14,
Dear Santa Clans : I am a lit
tle irirl file years old and wnnt you
to please bring mo a doll buggy and
doll h bracelet n little signet ring
I you enn find one to fit my fin
ger nnd some oranges, bananas nnd
candy. So plcuso remember mo
Denr Santa: Please bring me a
sled mul sweetheart and candy, nuts
dolls, working box, stove nnd n conl
LUCILE AND LOUISE WATERS.
Denr Santns I want a football,
n sled ii writing desk-, a book and
Fiiit nnd cap,
ROHERT WOODS EMRRY.
Denr Snntn: I' wnnt a big doll
a wntch, a ring with protty "sets a
sewing box, n writing desk nnd chair
it little cooking stovo a box of child's'
writing paper. Take some to
the poor children.
Dear Mr. Snntn: Wil you please
bring mu whnt I ask for. I won't
usk for much of you. PIcuse bring
m u nice doll uud orange, candy.
nnd apples, nuts, fruits nnd just
whnt you want to bring we. Rut
don't forget little sister. Yours
Stanford Dec. 11.
Denr Santa I wnnt you to- bring
mo a ring somo nuts and candy,
and thnt is nil I will ask for. Pleaso
don't forget my two little brothers,
from Matilda Hell.
Dear old Santa:
I want a big doll and stovo
n trunk, candy, nuts horse, chnir,
whip. Margaret Davis.
HIGH SCHOOL PLAYERS
To Present Great Comedy "The Ri
vals" on Nipht of Dec. 22.
On Friday evening December 22,
tho members of Department of Ex
pression of the Stanford High school
will present Richnrd Sheridan's great
comedy entitled "The KitaU", The
characters of tho play possess ex
traordinary talent and have been
under the training of Miss Jaek'ion,
for the past four weeks. This
masterpiece of Sheridan is i-nmedy
from beginning to cud. The old
maxim "mi) thing is fuir in love and
war" is in this comedy clearly shown
Morrison Bright as Sir Anthony
Absolute acts with his characteristic
ability, Miss Elizabeth Higgins ns
Mrs. Mnlaprop nn.d Miss Mnry Ken
dnck Dnddernr ns Lydin Languish,
show marked ability. Will McCurty
ns Sir Lucius O'Triggcr, Wm.
Grimes ns Fng, John M. Waters as
David nnd Mntsy Grimes ns Lucy,
are prominent" figures in the popu
The Colemnn brothers represent
ing the characters of Hob Archer
nnd dipt. Absolute nro the rivals,
seeking the hnud of Miss Lydin
Languish. These einjiloy all kinds
of stratagem to win tho young Indy
but when ono finally wins her hand,
the other manfully acknowledges his
defeat and congrntulute his lucky ri
val. The play is well worth witnes
sin nud nil would be profitably en
tertained by attending. Popular
prices will me charged 25 35 and
For nearly n century nnd n half
"The Rivals" has kept its place in
America's theatricul repertory never
failing to please an audience There
is a continual bustle of action mix
ed with surprises nnd an ever com
plicating plot which always assures
On Monday December 4, Mr. Ed
gur Vent nnd Miss Mattie M. Floyd
were united in marriage at Hunts
ville, Tenn., in tho parlors of tho
Chamber Hotel. Mr' Vest is a son
of B. F. Vest, of this placo while
his bride is the attractive daughter,
of Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Floyd of
Homer Sims and Otis Vest visited
fiends near Earleston Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Vest, of this
place visited Mrs. Vest's father at
Virgil Estes and Ernest Estes of
Earleston were the guests of tho
H ss Rose Sims is tin guest of
her home folks nt Earleston.
Mis.ses Annie Vest nnd Uoso Sims
and Mrs. Edgar Vest were m K'ng's
Mountain on lust Thursday.
Mr. uud Mrs. Leslie Grubbs were
tho guest of Mr. H. F Vest nnd faitil
ly on' lust Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Vest of Dan
ville were the guests of homefolks
THERE IS NOTHING IN IT
There is nothing in Life Insurance
us nn investment. It is nil in pro
tection. THE MACCABEES
With ten million dollars surplus,
furnish tho best protection in ense
of death, sickness or accident.
It Costs Less And Pays More
Let mo tell you about it.
A. C. SINE,
Deputy State, Commander,
When you have n cold get a bottle
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It
will soon fixiyou up nil right and wi'l
ward off any tendency toward pneu
monia. This remedy contains no
opium or other narcotia and may
bo given as confidently to a baby as
to an adult. For sale by all deal-
STANFORD BANKS TO
CUT OUT OVERDRAFTS
Issue Notices to Their Patrons
' That Practice Is In Violation of
Laws And Must Cease
Stanford's banks arc fulling in
lino with other financial institutions
of tho Btnto which nro cutting out
tho overdraft habit nmong their
patrons. All thrco of the local in
stitutions arc issuing notices to
their customers that they will have
to discontinue this practice in order
to comply with tho national and
stnto bunking laws. The thrco banks
have scut out the following notico
to their customers nnd friends, ex
plaining their position:
In order to comply with tho re
quirements of tho Nutionnl Banking
law, and tho Stnto Banking Depart
ment, tho three banks of Stanford
desiro to comply with tbu letter of
the law, that no overdrafts can be
legally granted. Tho Supremo Court
of tho United States has decided
that ovedraft constitute n misap
plication of the funds of tho bank,
nnd tho Comptroller of tho Cur
rency nnd the State Banking De
partment hnve required bank offi
cers to eliminate this usage in tho
management of bunks. In the fu
ture the respective banks in grant
ing credit to their customers will
require the same to bo made in tho
form of direct loans and discounts
instead of the overdraft practice,
existing in the past. This, Decem
ber 15, IU11.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, J. ft.
LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL
HANK. W. M. Bright. Cashier.
STATE BANK & TRUST CO., M.
B. Snlin, Cashier.
(From IlogWallow Kentuckiun.)
Atlus Peck has notified tho pub
lic to travel slowly by his houso as
his chimney is about ready to full
Kllick Helhtanger, has kept so
hobcr for the pu.,t three jr.. :vths
thnt he has, driven from hip-
Ryestraw without hitting a btump.
Prof. Sup Spradlm of tho Wild
Nniou school has purchased a new
pair of shoes and they hurt his feet
so badly he expelled two pupils yes
terday. Tobo Hoseley says he is awful
glad Kentucky went Democratic
last Tuesduy but ho expects to got
more direct benefits out of the two
possums ho cuught on that night.
Sim Flinders bad tho doctor to
come from Tickville Monday night
to see his wife. The doctor did
not want to come very badly as he
knew he would never get any pay
Tho thermometer at the home of
Washington Hocks got out of fix
Friday morning and registered 81
degrees below zero. Ab a conse
quence Wush and lus family are
threatened with pneumonia
Miss Hostctta Hocks who is prob
ably the nices Judy in Ilogwullow
is so modest ubout her skirts when
crossing a bad place in the roud
that she lifts only hcreycbrows.
The postmaster who has been
comfortubly sented on tho west side
of the stove for the past few weeks
was compelled to move his chair
around to the cast side yesterday
on account of a leak in the roof.
Miss Flutie Belcher lihs called off .
her engagement to wed ono of tho
Henstep boys who resides n tho
Buzzard Knob sec-tin. It is rumored
that she was only marrying him for
his money, but ho spent it Saturday
Sidney Hocks became intoxicat
ed Saturday evening and tried to
drive his yoke of steers into the
post office, but fuiled on account of
tho door being too narrow. There
have been many other complaints
recently on account of the narrow
ness of the door nt the V .0.
20,000 pcoplo read each issuo of
the I. J. Aro you talking to them
through un adT
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets do not sicken or gripe, nr,d
may be taken with perfect surely
by tho most delicnto women of t!o
youngest child. '11(0 old and feeble
will also find them a most suitable
ren.cdy for aiding and strength! nil.
their weakened digestion and for re
gulating the bowels. For wale by nil