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THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY.
TUESDAY. MAY 29, 1912.
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Horse and Mule Feed
Alcorn and Oatequal, a wtll balanced
feed, made of corn, oats, barley,
ground alfalfa and molasses, 100
pounds to the sack makes 5 meas
Alcorn $1.90 per 100 pounds Oat
equal $220 per 100 pounds. You
feed no other grain with this feed,
and three quarts to one gallon
makes a good feed. Order a sack
J. H. Baughman Co,
Phone 1 1
Posted Fred IlandorL
A few registered Tamworth pigs
far sal at real bargain prices. Send
3tor description circular. W, A. Cof
fey & Son, McKinney, Ky. 48-4p.
T bnve a splendid big-boned two--year-old
jack, black with white
points that I will stand to 20 mares
at $8 apiece. Ed Ballard. 38
I will sell privately my farm of
73 acres on the OHenheira pike, 2
1-2 miles from Maywood, six miles
from Stanford, conftains Rood hous
of 5 rooms, biff barn and other out
buildings; 2 Rood wells. Write or
come and see it. Fred Nikolla, R. F.
D. No. 1, Stanford, Ky. 35-8p
For Sale. My entire stock of
single comb brown leghorns at fifty
cents each (to make rdom for grow
ing stock.) A bargain if taken at
once. Mrs. J. Mack Petrey, It. F. D.
No. 1, Wnynesburg, Ottenheim Box.
Lawsoii and Brown shipped a car
load of hogs to the Cincinnati mar
ket. W. S. Carrier has returned from
Breathitt county where he bought 80
sheep at $2.50 per head also a lot
of lambs and about a dozen goats.
Phillip Brown sold 21 head of cat
tle for fall delivery to average from
900 to 1,000 pounds to Isaac Shelby
at 4 3-4 and 5 cents; George A.
Brown sold 9 head of cattle to the
soine trader "for fall deliver' .to
weigh 1,100 pounds at 5 cents.
. Madison Engleraan, the well liked
colored mail carrier of Danville,
whose home is in the Hubble section
of this county, sold last week to Mr.
Ludwig, of Boyle, 30 barrels of corn
at $.r a barrel.
A couple of black shepherd dogs
got into I. S. Tcvis' flock of sheep
at his farm in the Shelby City sec
lion last week, and killed 31 for him
Insuro your tobacco against loss
or damage by hail. $1.50 to $3.00
K. M. NEWLAND AQT. 43-tf
For Sale Second hand binder in
good repair. Sam Castello. 43-4p.
I. S. Tern' great show jennet,
Lady Limestone, foaled a very fan
cy looking jack colt last week, by
V. T. Robinson's great jack Blue
Grass King. A young jack this jen
net dropped a yenr ago sold for a
cool thousand at the age of 60 days,
and those who have seen this latest
fellow say that he gives promise of
having larger bone and developing
into a better jack in many ways.
. Junction Citv
Dr. J. R. Steele is having Will
Manuier paint his garage. Mrs. F.
E. Westerfield, of Parksville, visit
ed Mrs. J. R. Steele, nn Tuesday.
Miss Mary Hope Carpenter, of Per
ryville, is with Misses Agnes and
Louise Green. Miss Ruth Tnner, of
McKinney, is with her grandmother,
Mrs. Elizabeth Owens. Misses Myr
tle and Cleo Brown, of Parksviile,
are guests ,of Miss Lucy Hanka. Mr.
Ray Adridge, of Parksville, came
up Wednesday and went to the Con
vention. Miss John Eva Hilton, of
Stanford, is visiting Misses Ger
trude and Sarah Richardson Miss
Agnes McCarthy has returned to her
home at Stearns, after a visit to
Miss Anna Kelly. Miss Blanche
Walker and sister, Miss Kern, of
Perryville, are visiting Mrs. J. Wal
ker Bailey. Miss Sophia Aldridge,
of. Parksville, stopped with Mrs. II.
C. Catron during the Convention. Mr
and Mrs. James May, of Huston
ville, visited Mr. apd Mrs. John F.
Iioutcn, on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs.
Circuit Court Docket
(Continued from First Pntrel
Mlnnl Card Marr nronauch
M. P. Peacock t Cor RuimII
Mary Ornt ti Afri (Irani
John Jaclion ti Richard Wllion
Annli fltonrr i Kolxrt Btontr.
0. V, Ctrtrr tie ti Lincoln County.
Jtcnlt Carjwntr ti Dara Carprntrr
J 1. fi Thmhint Machine Co. ti A.
Ortral Krntnckr Carriage Co., ti W. P.
Uoj- gtmrt ti W t. McMulUo
1. I, Cans Thrraklnt Machine Co. ti C.
A. Moore etc
Lincoln County I'ltcal Court ti Huston
TlH k Coffe- '
65 Ren Fatilcontr ti J. C. Cunimlm
8d E. T. Rfailfr ti Jai. tlurton nt
67 Marr BtaWlr ti ftnllr TUiltlr
3d f. A. OvtUr ti XT. V. Owtley
69 DaliT Iluftnian'a hn ti Pali IIa((mn'
CO Bam Alcorn ti Rrn Hardin
CI Nat. Rank UutlonTlll ti I.. C. Dunn etc.
C'4 Joe QiTeni' hra ti Joe GiTena' hn.
CI P. A. Curtli ti It. II. Padcrtt
6 Kd Alcorn adm ti Errlrn Armitronf.
OS It. O. Murphy ti Klnc'i Mountain Tel
CO' A. 0. Faulconer ri Pare Hurloa
67 John Petrer Oeo. Tetter.
Report of Condition of the
The Bank of Moreland
Doing business nt Moreland, town. of Moreland County -of. Lin
coln, State of Kentucky at the close of business on the 18th day of
Loan? and discounts with one or
more endorsers or sureties 10,178 72
Real estate mortgages 5,533 85
Time loans and collateral 4,683 29
Due from Nntiomil Banks 12,293 80
United States nnd National Bank
notes 1,103 00
Specie G72 8
Checks and other cash item? 216 00
Exchange for clearing house 75 00
Overdrafts (unsecured) 8164
Current expenses paid 399 60
Real estate banking house 2,000 00
Furniture and fixtures 1,000 00
Capital stock paid in, in cash $15,0P0 00
Surplus funds 800 00
Undivided profits . .'.'. 577 41
Deposits subject to check (on which
interest is not paid) 20,457 42
Deposits subject to check '(on which
interest is paid) 2,000 00
State of Kentucky county of Lincoln Set.
I, Chas. A. Wilhoite, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement i3 true to the best of mv knowledge
nnd belief. CIIAS. A. WILHOITE, Cashier.
Subscribed nnd sworn to before me this 25th day of May 1912. My
commission expires Jany 25, 1914 G. B. PRUITT, Notary Public.
Correct Attest M. Lee Pipes, Geo. W. Hunn, T. A. King. Directors
W. A. Reynolds nnd Mis Ruth Tan-
Mr. Tcvis got his gun and tracked tier motored to Danville Tuesdny ev-
them to the home of a negro farm- ening, where they attended the re
cr nearby, and killed them. 'ception given by Ryan Commancery.
The foolish wav
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TrWe are tW ways of saving your money, the foolish way
aad the wise way, Tho Foolish wuy is to put it wheio fire,
ttatt or other calamity ran take it from you in a second.
The MNM way is to put it in n bank of good standing like
oHf. .'where it is taken care of in fire and burglar proof
yaypt Fellow the example of the best business men nnd far
mtw ti this district start an account here nt once it is ni
ne me etraifrktest vond to success and wealth.
STATE BANK & TRUST CO.,
? -'" Stanford, Ky.
' " Capital $50,000.
W. 1. MtCARTY, PrM. J. D. EAD, V-Ptm.
t. L MNNY, V. PrH. J. 1. WCE, V. Pr.
M. I.MUN, CatWv. t. ALKBT FHILLIPf A.QasV
Report of Condition of
The Crab Orchard Banking Company
Doing business nt Crab Orchard, county of .Lincoln State of Ken
tucky at the close of business on the 18th day of May 1912.
Loans and discounts with one or.
more endorsers as surety
Due from National Bank
Specie Cash ....... . . 4i'
Overdrafts (unsecured) 1,597 04
Current expenses paid
Ileal estnte banking house
Furniture and fixtures
w-u ..- ... TOTAL
Capital stock paid in, in cash
Undivided profits 1,754 90
Fund to pay taxes ; . . . . 250 00
Deposits subject to check (on which
interest is not paid)
Notes and bills rediscounted
TOTAL .... $09,807 57
State of Kentucky county of Lincoln Set:
I. J. O. Bailey, Cnshier of the above named bank, do solemnly
&venr that the above statement is true to tho bet of my knowledge and
belief. J. C. BAILEY, Cashier
Subscribed nnd sworn to before me this 24th day of May 1912.
My Commission expires January 25, 1910 JOHN EDMISTON, Notary
Correct Attest: W. E. Peikius, Curtis Gover, Josh Wilson, Directors.
Report of tho Condition of tho
The People's Bank
Doing business nt Ilustonville, county of Lincoln, State of Kentucky nt
the close of business on the 18th daj of May 1912.
Loans nnd discounts with ono or
more endorsers or sureties 31,330 09 ,
Ileal estate mortgages 19,238 47
'IS me loans on collateral 11,405 10
Other stocks, bonds etc 44S 02
Duo from National Banks 4,057 57
United States Nut. Bank notes .... 2,410 00
Specie 049 99
Cheeks and other cash items 738 01
Overdrafts (secured) 600 71
Current expenses paid 700 18
Ileal estate Banking house 4,100 00
ruriiitute mill fixtures 2,200 00 '
TOTAL ...'.... $70,828 74
Cupital frtock paid in, in cash
Surplus funds 2,700 00
Undivided profits 1,227 07
Deposits subject to check (on which' ....... 7"
interest is not paid) 30,710 33
Time certificates of deposits (on "' ""'
which Interest is paid) 4,087 00
Due slate banks and bankers 193 34
Notes and bills rediscounted 0,000 00
TOTAL $70,828 74
State of Kentucky county of Lincoln Set,
I, J. W. Hoskins, Cashier of tho above named bank, do Holemnlv
swear that the nbove statement is true to the best of my knowledge nnd
Leli J. W. IIOSKINS, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 24th day of May 1012. My
commission expires January 10th, 1014. J. II. Hooker, Notary Public.
Correct Attest : James II. Yowell, E. T. Carpenter, W. M. Myers.
Caitet T)rf OooaU ?o., ti Jm Canon
ourn urotbernood of America Ti
Kffli OatllM ti Edw.rd Ojllltf
Amanila Poan'i adm ti I 8. Poan.
Catherine Hodf. ti Prank llodfi
M. C. Delk'i adm. ti Oeo, Kutei etc
Wlllii tagin ti John Varnon
W. M. Matter ti Horace. Word
llioa. Hmlih ti Nancr Hmlth
7hoi Pcrrllla adm ti Thoi Kerrllli Pe-
Joe Adami ti Cora Adami
CitUem. Hank of llrodhrad ti J. II.
Clllieni Hank of Kepton ti J. W.
Crab Orchard Ilanklnf Co., ti Dell V.
Krnetl Olbion ti Matl OiL.on
Kiuma CrulM Ti William vrulte.
J. ma Vft
I CALL fl
Mr. E. C. Walton nnd Mis I.ncv
Leo Wnlton, of Somerset, were hero
between trains Thursdav. Miss Eliz
abeth Webb, of Perryville, is visit
ing airs, iciiey King. Aiisa .Margar
et Ovcrstrect, of Parksville, visited
ur. ana iMrs. J. I. bteele last week.
Dr. nnd Mr. V D. Sparrow and
Mrs J. II Brown, of Parksville, mot
ored Here 'lliursday evening nnd at
tended the play. .Mr. J. Walker
Bailey bought of Mr. James Clark
sou the hitters house nnd lot nnd
expects to move to same about June
12. The price paid could not be
learned. Sir. II. C. rnimn l.o t,
en tlm agency for the Elmore auto-
raouue. .miss Urncc Stone, of Bur
gin, who has been visiting MN.s Huth
Keane, left Saturday for Middles
boro. Mr. and .Mrs.'llolwrt Leigh
are rejoicing over the coming of a
little girl to their home on the 22d.
Mies Ruth Keane, LnVim'a Mc
Oraw and Lucy Hankln were in Dan
ville Saturday afternoon. Mr. Jns.
Cosby, of Richmond, is voting his
half brother, Mr. O. S. Cosby. Prof,
and Mrs. John W.RawIings and Miss
Lucile Rawlings, of Danville, at
tended commencement here Friday
evening. Mrs. Mary E. Hankla has
received her commission as post
mistress nnd experts to take charge
of the office about June 1. It is
said thnt the agency of the C. N. O.
& T. P. Ry. Co.', has been offered
to nnd accented bv Mr. C1mrlpi It
JIarberson, of Danville. Citizens of
tins place will be glud to have Char
ley in their midst once more, ns he
i deservedly popular. Mesdames J.
R. Steele and Mnry E. Hankla and
Misses Mary nnd Ada Steele motor
ed to Danville Saturday afternoon
in the former's cnr. Mr. "Hill" V.l.
ham, brother of Edgar, graduates in
medicine nt tlie University of Louw
villo Thursday. -He will lm nn in
terne nt n hospital in Louisville for
j ear. anses L'na Overstreet anil
Mae Cozntt, of Parksville, attended
the play this city on Thursdav
evening, dipt. B. D. McOrnw is
having his handsome residence on
.Mam street repaired and painted.
Mrs. Forrest Julnminn imc ..t..,..
cd to Danville, after a visit to Mrs.
u. ii. Jicuraw. .Miss John Evn Hil
ton, Of StailfoTll. wlln Una !... ..:u
iting Misses Oei'trude nnd Sara
Richardson, returned honm on Mon
day. Misses Alinn nml Smli. P
by, Louise Tucker, Bertha West and
cine niui josie i're,v,tt attended the
deocration of eraps nt PnrL-svill.
and see the latest style
We have several second
hand Buggies for sale
E. T. Pence
RepoTt of the Condition of the
The McKinney Deposit Bank
Doing business at the town of McKinney, county of Lincoln, State of
Kentucky, nt the close of business on the 18th day of May 1912.
Loans and dNcounts with one of ,
more endorsers or sureties 29,555 45
Real estate mortgages 13.500 00 43.035 45
Due from National Banks 11,220 57 H 228 57
United States and National Bank
uoies .......... ... .....
opecie ....... ............
Checks nnd other cash items '.
Current expenses paid ....
Real Estate Banking house
Furniture and fixtures 2,243 00
J. 400 20
Capital stock paid in, in cash
Surplus funds 3,000 00
Undivided profits 51J 38
Deposits subject to check (on which
interest is not paid) 33,002 52
Due State Banks and bankers 1,032 88
Bills payable 7,000 00
TOTAL.. $04,059 78
State of Kentucky County of L
I. It. II. Mctcalf. Cashier of the
swear that the nbnvo statement is tr
Subscribed nnd sworn to hefor
commission expires Jan 29th, 1910
Correct Attest: F. M. Ware.
TOTAL.. $04,059 78
above named bank, do snUmnW
Jie to the best of my knowledge and
U. H. MKTCALF. Cnshi-r.
e rm. this 24th dny of May 1912. My
r.. o. i miner .-salary t'ublic.
J. V. Cocking, K. Tanner.
Carter's Stable Changes Hands
B. D. Cnrter Inst week sold out his
livery stable on Depot street to J. M.
Cnrter, Jr., and the latter took pos
session nt once. He will make no
change in his force, John II. Woner
remaining as manager. Mr. Carter
has'been out in Texas for about a
year since his sale in the McCor
maek's lection, but has found thai
there is no place like old Kentucky,
nnd his mnny friends will cordially
welcome Iiitu back. He will mnintaiu
tho splendid reputation this estab
lishment has had for furnishing
high class rigs.
J. C. McClary
UNDERTAKER AND EMSALMER
Office Phone 167. Home Phone 35.
THERE IS REAL PAINT
and also some stuff mixed with
cheapening materials that is no(
worthy of the name. If you have
had experience with tho Inttcr kind
you don't want another. If you
haven't take our advice nnd don't
experiment. .Buy our real paints
and save yourself disnnrHiintment
nnd money as well.
J. A. ALLEN. Stanford. Kv
Tlie Highest ,
will be paid for all
kinds of Produce,
Hides and Furs.
See us before you sell, get
price in country(or delivered.
H. B. Northcott
HAn A MB Mil
umvtm vir tn
MD YOU EVER TRY IT
ON YOUR STOCK?
Nothing like It to put them
In good condition, free them
from Insect parishes and pro
tect them from contagious dls
Kriso Dip No. I
KILLS LICE, TICKS,
MITES AND FLEAS.'
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Use It on Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Swine, Dogs, Coats and Poul&y.
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