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THE IHTERIOW JOURNAL STAMFORD. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, DECEM1EB II. 1112
Yt'
r
Christmas
Gifts
I
T IS NOT the price of a GIFT
that makes us appreciate it most,
but the mere fact that we still
live in the hearts and minds of some
one, that we are not forgotten.
However small the gift, if given in
sincerity, makes one happy.
To those who mant to make gifts
to their lady friends, we can furnish
you beautiful Umbrellas at $1.50 to
$20.00. Silk Hose, one pair in a
pretty box, with card, at 50c and
$1.00. Ladies' Shoes, Trunks and
Bags.
For men, we have everything they
wear. An Overcoat, a Suit of
Clothes, Underwear, Shoes $1.50 to
$10.00; Hats from a $1 Pocket to a
Stetson Silk lined and Silk Velour at
$5; Cowhide Suit Cases, $5 to $12 50
Cheap ones $1.50 to $3.50. Hand
Bags, $5.00 to $12.50. Suspenders
and Garters, 1 pair in pretty box, 25c
to $2. 1,000 Men's Ties, 25c, 50c
and $l--the50cand $1.00 ones in
Christmas boxes-all you have to do
is drop in your card. Silk Sox in
medium and light weights in black
and all the new shades-1 pair in a
beautiful box, with card: all you
have to do is write your nameat
50c the pair. Men's linen handker
chiefs, put up 6 in a fancy box for
75c Ihe box; a finer one, 3 in box, at
$1.50. Silk handkerchiefs, in fan
cy or plain white, with or without
initial at corner, at 25c, 50c and $1,
Men's work gloves, from a 5c Can
vas to a $2 Buckskin. Dress gloves,
unlined, wool lined, silk lined and
fur lined, from 25c to $5. Tie hold
ers, Cuff buttons, Collar buttons,
Stick pins, Walking canes; Every
thing a man wears. Select what
you want now, while you have
plenty of time, and we'll put it
away for you.
The Interior Journal
HKL.T0M X. A&UFLKT.
-Proprietor
1 A YKAlCsTTRIOTLT IN ADVAM0I
Knttrtt a! la portiflc ( $Unr4 m fee-
en. ctata aaeu Rwtrr
Tha ennonncementa In thlt column ere ol
eandidatee Isr ofnee, snbjeel lo In. aetloa of
Ik BeaaeerMie pritaarr. Mo aaaraneeaeaia
wflt wr Bee, owes piid (or la adnata!
Tor Statt Stnotur
C. II ANDKK80X
Tr Xeareeenleftre.
VJKQlL McafULLlN.
Tr 8kn
at. 8. BAUailHAN
B. W. OIVKN8
J. Q. WEATHERTOKD
T. J. II I Lb
ttr Otttnty Jul ft
T. A. RICE
M. r. NORTH
ttr JttUr
pxrruN PAKRIBII
GEO ROE DKBORDK
DINK PARMER
WILLIAM II. HE8TKB
W. A. CARSON
Ttr iiMNf
P. L. BECK
B. II. OWENS
K. Zl. BRONAUOa
P. U BANDIDOK
J. 1L BOON
W. T. DARNER
L.AFE MUKUAlt
WW. C LONO
J T GRIFFIN
Cnlcb Powers, IIoR-jnw Taylor and
Jnck Johnson nil got mnrricil with
in n few tlnys. Now let this delight
ful trinity sink hnck into the obli
vion which they so justly deserve.
Report of the Condition of the
Crab Orchard Banking Company,
Doing business in the town uf Crnb
Orchard, county of Lincoln Stnto of
Kentucky at the dose of business
on 2Cth day of November 1912.
Resources
Loans nnd discounts ...$."'8,273 0'
Orerdrafts, secured and un
secured 1,386 23
Duo from banks 8,221 07
Cash on hand J ,470 (ill
Bank house fur & fix . ., 3,000 00
TOTAL $72,500 43
Liabilities
Capital stock paid in,
in cash $15,000 00
Surplus fund 2,200,00
Undivided profits, less ex
penses and taxes paid 1,095 38
Deposits subject to check 40,915 07
Bills payable 13,33.0 00
TOTAL' $72,."r.u 4."
State of Kentucky county of Lin
coln Set:
Wo W. E. l'erkius, Vice Prcs. and
J. C. Bailey, Cashier of above nam
ed bank do bolemuly bwcar that the
above statement is true to the best
of our knowledge and belief.
W. E. Perkins, V-Pres.
J. C. Bailey Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to be
fore me this 9th day of December,
1912. My commission expires Jan.
25, 1916. John EdmUton. Notary
Public
NO REASON FOR DOUBT
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U Pruna a Laxatiyi?
I am tn re
ceipt of it letter
from iv mechanlo
who la at the
head of a pros
perous house
hold. Peruna has
been used In hla
family for a rood
many year. Ha
writes aa t ol
Iowa: "Aa you know,
we hara uaed
Peruna tn our
home for a num
wr o yeara. We
Bnd It a reliable
ifclULmuittLn. U.,'.nelSrhii
condttlona, coufha, colda and
rip, and many other allmente to
which the family Is subject. But since
the chanjre In the .formula of Peruna
I do not find It quite aa uaeful to my
self. My bowels are naturally very
active. I oannot take a cathartlo of
any sort. It doea me Injury to do so.
The old Peruna contained no cathartlo
Ingredient and waa therefore a very
useful medicine to me. But I notice
that the new Peruna has a alight lax
ative action, which almost makea It
prohibitory for me to use. I waa won
dering if there waa not some way In
which I could obtain the old Peruna aa
you used to make It."
To this letter I made the followlnc
reply: "Tea, the new Peruna doea
contain a laxative element. Tou
ahould therefore take the old Peruna
(Ka-tar-no) which has no laxative
quality. While prescribing the
old Peruna I found It quite
necessary frequently to prescribe the
laxative Manalln In connection with It.
Therefore Manalln was combined with
Peruna. In order to meet those cases
that require a laxative. But In case no
laxative Is required the objection to
the new Peruna you ?pak of
arises. Many of the people
who used to take tho old Peruna found
difficulty In taking tho new Peruna
To meet those cases I nm having man
ufactured the old Peruna under tho
name of Katamo, and If .u are
anxious to ret the old Peruna exactly
as It used to bo made you can do so."
PERUNA IS FOR SALE AT ALT.
DBUO STOKES.
srnCIW, NOTICR Many persons
are making Inquiries tor the old
time Tcruna. To such would say.
this formula Is now put out under the
name of KA-TAIl-NO, manufactured
by KA-TAK-NO Company. Columbus.
Ohio. Write them and they will be
pleased to send you a free booklet.
TWO MORE WEEKS
In The Richardson Store's Big Con
testHow They Stand
There nre two more weeks in the
Rii-hnrtKou Store's bis Diamond
Ring contest nt Junction City. This
progressive establishment has laid
n bic Christmas line and all pur
chasers may vote for their favorites
Hip standing nt last count wns:
Report el Condition of
The First National lank,
At RUnfont In th aisle, of Kentuetiy. at th
clone ol business, November IB, ivi3.
IlEHOUllCKB: ,
taunt ami discount . IIPO,!))) IP
inrnlrart, secured and un
iwu ml
I' H llomli to secure rlrralatlon
U 8 Honda lo urenre portal T
Inn funds
PrenMnms on I 8 llondi
Rends, securities (
Hanking house, fur A fli
Other Heal Festal owned
Dur from National Hanks (not
reserve agents) ..
Ihie from Htel and private
hanks and hanker. Tmlt
rompanlea nd tatlnffi bank
Due from approved reaerTa
iCenU - ,
Cheka and other rath liema
Notea of ether National bank
retlonal paper rutrencr, nlek-
-l and rent ...... -
rfpeele in,Bl 10
JrfSil tender note C,5S 00 1J,0S 10
KeileMMion fund with IT. ( Tre
(5 per rent of clrrulition) 1.100 "0
TOTAL
,01S it
so.mm oo
l.noo Oft
nnn no
a. a on
n.einn no
3,411 Rd
2,459 37
319 2
io74n os
4.1 SI
t.ooo on
,t 40
o,7oo 04
MAIllUTIKSt
Capital Motk paid in - ISO.00O no
Horplu fund . '"0.00O 0(1
I'ndlftdrd profit, le epen .
e and late paid 3.7P.2 pi
Nat'l lank note outstanding 49,000 OO
l)u- tn other National
bank S4.139 43
Due to 8tate and prltate
bank and banker I1 30
iMwi.iuHHt urHi.!t. euitj-ri
tn cheek .- S13&.363 40
Demand rerlificat-a of de
potlt , . 7,000 00
1'n.tol ninr depo'lt 29 ol tn7.nl 17
Note and bill redleronnted 12,157 00
I1HW pajabte, Inrluilipc cer
tlfiratr of depotit for monej
borrowed - - 0.000 OO
lictrrred for Tc 191 94
TOT.lte
$280,700 04
f"tl of Kentncky county of Lincoln KS
I. If C lUnchmtn, cathler of the abcre
ramrd bnk. do eol.mnljr wer tht the
bore Ma'ement I true lo the ItM of mf
knoledio and belief (' llatigkman, Vr
rtuhicribed and worn to before me tola 4.
lay of Nottraher, 1912 II V llrlgkl. No
ll rr TuMie
COHKMT TTKKT -J H HoeVer J 1'
Cunmlna, M 1) Klmorr Director
Report of the Condition of
The Lincoln County National Bank,
At Ptanford, In the Male of Kentucky, at tho
ilrrc of buatneft, NnTrmtier 3(1, 1912
UK.SOL UC'tiS
Loan and ditniunl - 372,Gfi7 07
Oierdraft ,ftrcured and unae
cured .. 12.410 41
U H Honda to Mture cir
ruUtlon - 100,000 00
Honda to orrnre kUI atTlnca . 3,000 OO
Honda, aecurltlra, tie . 31.500 00
llmk houir, fur A fit - 6,300 00
Lie from National Hank
'not rrarrre ftzenta) 3,145 M
Due from Mate ami 1'rWato
Jtaaka ard banker, Trutt Com
panlca, and aarint. Hark 20 00
Due from aimrorcd rreerve aarnts 11.4H2 70
t Lrrka and other cah Itema .. IS 05
Note of aither National Hank 1,00 OO
IVactlonal pijier enrrrne. nickel
nnl cent . - 43 17
Specie fl5,lli9 OO
!.e;M tender notea S91 0J 10,000 OO
U Irmptlon lunil Atth V H.
Trra. (5 per cent circulation) 5,000 00
TOTAL
S03 S 47
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A Statement of Facts Backed by a
Strofif Guarantee.
We guarantee complete relief to
all sufferers from constipation. In
every case where we fail we will
supply tho medicine free.
Rexall Orderlies are a gentle, ef
fective, dependable and safe bowel
regulator, strengthener and tonic.
They re-establish nature's functions
in n quiet, easy way. They do not J
cause any inconvenience, gnping or
nausea. They are so pleasant to
take and work so easily that they
may be taken by anyone nt any time
They thoroughly tone up the whole
system to healthy activity.
Rexall Orderlies are unsurpassa
ble and ideal for the nse of children,
old folks nnd delicate persons. We
oannot too highly recommend them
to all sufferers from any form of
constipation and its attendant evils.
Two sizes, lOe nnd 25c, Remember
you can obtain Rexall Remedies in
this community only at our store
tho Rexall Store, Penny's Drug
Store.
Mis.- Georgia Wells 421,910
Miss Lucy McCord 401,040
Miss Hattie Leigh ,. MK!,130
Miss Alma Cosby 243,fl00
Miss Flora Minor i 174,570
Miss Annie Atkins ir4,G.)0
Miss LaVinia McGraw 147,800
Miss Laura Kclley 12S,9iO
MiB Hlanchc Dunn . ., 110,150
Miss Pauline Taylor 115,800
Miss Donabelle West 110,700
Miss Susie Robert 80,500
Miss Alice Durham 81,000
Miss Christina Noska 81,350
Miss Irene Lyons ,. . 73,100
Miss Lulu Sewell ..5 69,400
Miss Bessie Wright .., 00,100
Miss Mary Beck 55,850
Miss Mamie Jones 48,950
Miss Dora McAneley 35.550
Miss Elsie Alstott . .) 40,450
Mass Anna Pruitt 40,450
Msa Mary Clnrkson 42,900
Miss Clara Martin 32,300
"Miss Gracie Lawson 22,200
Miss Josie Walker 18,500
Miss Elizabeth Cartes 15,700
Frcdin Seltsroan 10,100
1100,000 oo
LIUULITIT.S:
Capital ttock paid In
Sjrploa fund .. . 100,100 OO
National Hank Note out atandinc 98,500 00
Undivided profit, lean eipentea
and taie paid . . 7,691 34
and banker 227 39
-ct to check 1175,033 13
Demand certificate of
depoait 15,203 00
Pottal aarmca de
depoait $185 37190,438 50
Hilla payable inrludine rent-
firte of depoeit for money bor
rowed ' 05,000 00
TOTAL $303,584 47
Sttte of Kentucky County of Lincoln 88
I, W M. Ilrirht, cahirr of the abor nam
rd bank, b aolrmrly awear that the abura
stitrnrtit li tree to ttr lxrt 3t By lnoll-J;e
and belief It IIKKUIT, t'oa.(er
HubKribed and sworn to before me this
4, day of Dercmbir, 1912, II II' Asunder
Notary 1'nblic
COKRECT ATTKST . J Embry. Jr .
J. N. ilenede, J, II. I'aiton Director.
I !
A TEXAS WONDLff.
The Texas Wonder cures kidney
and bladder treubles, removing grav
el. cures diabetes, weak and lyne
backs, rheumatism, and all irregu
larities of the kidneys and bladder
in both men and women. Regulates
bladder troubles in hildren. If not
sold by your druggist, will be sent
by mail on receipt of $1: One small
bottle is two months' treatment, and
seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send
for testimonials from Kentucky and
other states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926
Olive Btrect, St. Iouis, Mo., Sold by
Shajrars and Tanner.
Report of the Condition of
The National Bank of Hustonville,
at IluatonriUe, Ky., at the close ol buslneu
Not. 2Slh. 1912.
KCSUUKLCM
Lain and discount. S134.152.00
Oeerdralta, secured and unsecured 1,437.99
U H llonda to secure circulation -30,000 00
Prera. on V. B bonds -. - 400 00
llsnk house, far A fix- 2,900.00
Due from national tank (sot
reserve stents) , . 2,205 25
Due from SUM and I'rifate bank
and beaker, trust oompanle
ana savings ttenae
1.009 93
Dne from approved reserve agents 12,059 IS
lav ea
930 00
Check and other cash ltema-..
Note of other national banke
Fractional nsDer rnrrency. nickels
and cent - 147.(2
Specie . - s.seo OO
Legal tender note. 1.150.00 9,510.00
ltcdamption fnnd with V. 8. Tree
(.', per cent of circulation).. 2,500.00
"Our Personal Guarantee
to all Skin Sufferers '
W hav been In bntrifiMs la this town
for Kua time, and w arc looklnr to
build up trad by always advlalai our
patroni tigbx.
So when wa tell you that we have
round tb exam rarnady and that wa
ataad back or. It with the manufacturer'
Iron clad ruarantae, baekad by ouraalvas
you caa depend upon It that wt ! our
advlca not la order to aeil a few bottle
of medicine to akin auftarara, but ba
cauae wa. know how It will help aur
bualneaa U.wa blp our patroaa,
t Wa kew la atock and MIL all tha wM
kaowa akia ramtxUaa. But wa win aay
a-: If you ara auSerina. from aay
no trouble, stuns, Baerlaata,
704 ta try a run
aa JTaaenpuon.
.
bottle will coat you nothing. Tou alone
to Judae.
Again and again we have teen how a
few drope of thla almple waah applied
to tha akin, take away the Itch, In
atantly. And the curea all era to be
permanent.
D. D. D. Preacrlptlpn made by the
D. D. D. Laboratories of Chicago, la
oompoaed of thymol, glycerine, oil of
wlntergreea and other healing, aoattiltwf,
cooling ingredients, Ant, if, you are
juat crasr with Itch, you will feel
aoothed and cooled, tha itch 'abeelutejy
waehed away the moment you. abbUed
thla D. D4B. " " i
Wa have aui. fatrt Mia, U laaevl
taaa a -laiar by reoommeMtag true
rameay to a aami tmM'
there aaa we want y
awr.t)aii-r twtmh
.-i . i
wspss.
SWMAUt 4 TARflEU, MMftM. KlMNky.
1218,051 71
L1AHILITIF.S
Cspltsl ttock paid In 150,000 00
Hurplu fund . .-.. 19,000 00
Undivided profits, let eipesae
nd taiea paid - 3,411 11
Nat'l bank notes outaunding -. 47,850 00
Ihie to o'her National Uanks - 2,148.15
Due to approved reserve agent . 25 04
Individual deposit uhject to check 91,400.81
Note and III! rediscounted . 4,150.00
1218,051.71
State of Kentucky county of Lincoln S8:
I. J. W. llocker rashler of the above nam
ed bank, do solemnly awear that the above
statement Is true to the best of my knowledge
and belief. J. W. 1IOCKEK, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me thlt 0,
day of December, 1912. J. W. Hosklns, No
tary Iutlic. My commission imt . t.
marr ISth. 1910.
COKKECT ATTEST: J. W. Powell. W.
O, Cowan, Edward Alcorn. Directors.
Report of the Condition of the
The State Bank and Trust Company
At Stanford. Kenlackv. coontr
at the close of business on 26th
imbtr, 1914.
RESOURCES.
Lotnt ind discounts .. .
Overdraft, secured and on.
aeenred ,
Due from Banks ,, ,, ,
Cash on hand ,
Hank, house for. A 'ii. ,
Interest and real ..
of Lincoln,
day of Nov
$87,307 90
2.810 99
17,220 01
11.407 47
18.510 71
1,710 39
TOTAL
1139,034 13
, , LIABILITIES:
Capital stock paid In, la cash
Hulnlus fund ,, ,
Undivided profit, lest eipeasea
nu laxr paid .......,
Deposit subject ta
rhflwk lltflll ttl
Tim depoait ,..' 8,000 00 8C.914 II
item ana interest 0 mo -i... -i ,,.. 2,J8i S(,
.150,000 00
509 00
- too 00
TOTAL
Stale of Kentucky Craalr
We W. L. MeCerty ad M
1 39,084 18
of Llaoola Mi I
B. Hana. Fre I
Mwt sad' Cashier of the above aaaaed.kaak,
do solemnly ewear ta4i tae. aov:aalamJl
-xL-Zm life'
Pra.JNreet-e. -w ( ' ff?
.fffi--
BlizzardFronti, Lap Robe. Horse
Blankets, Foot Warmers and
Heating Stoves are in de
iriand now.
Call and see us.
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W.RHiggins
Stanford, Ky.
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And don't
have to grease
but once a
week.
"Made in Louisville by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO.
AND HIDES
K HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID
rilllBV FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES
as vSjV Wool on Cemmlnloa. Writ ter nrloj.
' "-aw llUmertUnUlhUad.
JOHN WHITE & CO, SSSSSS.
Wafc-JilF
VV ST P-lravavavavaaaaW'
Sanders' Great Cut-Price Sale
will continue ten days longer.
Hundreds of satisfied customers have
attended, so if you come you will be
satisfied, also.
LL.SMDERS, Oral) Orchard, Ky.
War
Declared !
ON PRICES.
We now find ourselves overstocked
on Suits and overcoats, and for the
next 10 days' only we will sell them
at cost and under cost
Sam Robinson
Shoes for Service
Remember, we carry a full
line of Barker Shoes forlyjen
and Boys-the best shoe madl
tor nara wear.
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