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lt , A?t ' The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, Nov. 15, 1 91 8. Page Five .':;: 11 f 'if i i , . - ' Condensed Statement of .Report Made, to the : s Comptroller of the Currency by ' -The First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky., I ' .' On November 1st, 1918 : - .. .'V RESOURCES: Loans, stocks and bonds U. S. 2 per cent, bonds U. S. Liberty Bonds, 1, 2, 3 loans Banking House Overdraft Due from banks and cash Total LIABILITIES: Capital stock Surplus fund Undivided Profits, net Circulation Deposits Bills Papable Total, $403180.19 50,000.00 38,342.18 8,200.00 177.92 90,891.48 $591,091.77 550,000.00 40,000.00 3,811.95 50,000.00 412.779.S2 34,500.00 $591,091.77 Thr Bank lias received nil the Coupon Bonds of the Fourth Liberty Loan, subscribed for by its customers. The subscribers will please cnll for them, or if any of them prefer, the bank will retain them for snfe keeping, subject to their call. Bi a Joy-Walrdr, i "Gifs-lffor Corns 2 Dropi, 2 Sccondi-Corn It Doomed! Wion yon nlmoat die with your rhn nn find corns mnko you almost wslk Milr-nnrii li Rfl stray from t lie pnm, inko n vacntwn (or n min ute or two rind apply 2 or 3 drops PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ' Mr. J Fox Ducl.lernr in "flumg." f, Lynn Fence is clerking in The iM'riocrws. Mist Alliu Dunn, nf (iiirrnrtl. win gUu gue-U of Mrs. W K Warner. -f Mf Itrrtu I'rire. of Gnrrnnl. tun , loii tli Ktioul of Mrs. T. A. Hire J. V.. Tudor, n uncle, canio down KU attrnil the burial of Thurman K. Tuinr. Mr. AtMll, of Kiehmonil. is the ' ruest of her ilnughtcr. Mr. S. Y. Cnron. f Ora (Innfh. of lnilinnatulKi csicilinir Home time si hi "ohl lirtme .at llrKinney. SI rncmlier of the fainilv of imeV (ruA. vv 1n ii Prnit street, are flll with ' flu " Mijw llerniro Spnlilinir spent Weil k snoby with Mr. Itell.i Arnolil Fmn rit nt linrnstor. Mrs Henry Zimmerman, of Iahiis Tlllr, it the uest of her .ironts. Mr anil Mr. John Meier near Ilighlnuil. Mimw. J. K llurL, It jiurinre nml Allen Ilnltzehtw. of (Mhort , Otv-V, are nil down with the iiifluen- X.) Mr. and Mrs. (J I' Maury -mil lit tle d-iiii'hter. of Mineral Wells. Toxn. are risking Mr. Mnury's parents, Mr. Ur. and Mm. Menefee. Matthew IVirtman Kinxel. of Mt. Vernon, spent several days with hit fnUier. Hnlicrt Finzel. The younger Kinrel is convalescing from a severe pell of sickness. Mr. Ilnrry C llmirliMiin and MUs Sophia Sntniilers, of St-infon!, spent Sntunluy here with friend. Mr. Joe Will Routt, of llustonville. 'pent the week-end here i the guest of Ur. and Mrs. I. C. iiroun The friends of Mr, Leslie. ('iinmnghnm will lie glml to know that he is ahlo t- he ut after having had the influent.-.. -Pnnrille Messenger. .le-we ('. Lynn, who him a splendid position at Newport New, Va., ar rived the other dsy to speml a few inj with Mrs. Lynn and ilnughteni. He uniil he tiieil mighty hard to j;et homo In time to vote for Stanley nml Helm, hut It w:n impostiihle fur him tit do so. Mr. (!. I. Maury, who is here with is wife visiting the family of her parents, Mr. anil Mr. J. N. Menefee, had a win telling of the death in Canada of a niece to whom he felt very near. She was Mrs. Dobhs, wife of s civil engineer, and was reared at IJrtwmer, Alabama, Sum (gentry it threatened with "flu." Frank I'eters in here from Sprint' field today buying milk cowi Mr. and Mrs. Jess Nunnelley. Willie Coffey and Mrs. Klizn JJoffey. of Me- Kinney, were in Frankfort Iait wei'k Mrs. C II Keeton, of WilliamihurK in a hunineis lettor to this paper, says that the toll of influenza in Whitle' county has been great. Judiee .1 S. Owsley left Wednesday, mdlnini: for Cliirngo to take the tra n lag for work ni secretary of ore of the Y M C A. army camp. Mrs. W L. King. Mrs.'W. M. Kine and MIhs Willie and Mary Kiln King, nf Cnib Orchard, were in the rity Thursday They bonoreil this office with a call. Mr Jason Weslev, wife Hnd son. of Liberty, were in the eily Thursday They eanie ui to do onio !ho!ipimr Mr Vwle i.- clerk of the 'nse '"ounly War Hoard. W Handall Cook, of LoukviIIp. e up to x his mother, who suffered a pHrltie stroke nt her home in the 'ii'hland section a few days ago. and whn is in a dangerous condition Muck Wheat, who left Cnaey ooun- tvty many years ago and located nt Vnlluy View, Texas, where he has be come a very rich niHiu has moved to I Gainesville, that State, and orders his I. J. sent him there j Charlie Dawes came in from hi' home in the Highland section Thurs day. He hud been down with the "flu" for two weeks, during which time the other -i members of his fainil;, also suffered the epidemic. Claud C. Singleton, formerly of McKinney, has Iocn;eii nt Knid. Ok lahoma, and orders his paper sent there. He is a splendid automobile man and the supposition is th'it he will engage in the garage business. He was very successful in it at his d home in this counnty. In ordering her paper changed from Savannah, (leorgia, to Swarth more. IViinlvnni.i, whore bhe is teaching in the Mary Lyon School, Miss Malinda K. Miller, formerly of this city, says: "I have been a ''flu" victim, but am well. I certainly have been saddened by leading of the many deaths in my dear old home. Influen za seems to have run its course here and schools, theatres, etc., are again open. 1 am glad the old Slate went democratic, though we scorn to have lost out in the country at largo, Judg ing from the returns to the House nml Sonnto. .' ---. - . . i- Your Prescriptions Receive Prompt Attention At The Penny Drug Store FLOUR RESTRICTION LIFTED It has been decided, for the present, wht-nl flour nmy he sold without sub ilutcs to all classes of trade. J. N. Kutindeii, County Food Admlnistrn. lor, Rtifnford, Kentucky, November I5h, mis. I Two hundred per cert, proficiency wns the record established by SergL 0 Ilodd, of Mt. Vernon, Ky., n member o'f the 1'rovost Guard Com pany nt Camp Taylor. He did double of what was exported of him. Sent to Kv.insvtlle, Ind, to return two pris oners, he brought bnck four. The two additional soldiers he had nrrcsted himself on the streets of Kvnnsvillc. "Mr Corn, f.tl Cltui Off, With CU ll"l nf tlin worliVs inagle and only cn ulnr corn-pfelrr. "Orts-It" Thim. and Ihrn only, will you bo surr lliat your corn will loosen from your lo no that you ran peel It right off Klnrloutly easy with ynnr lingers Tlr no dinners of continued imln Bml sorrtiess why uso grrasy, Irrl tatliiir salves, plasters that shift and ptrss Into the "qulelc," raiors and 'MlKRers" that raakn corns Meed end also crow fastrr7 t's p.ilnlpss. rnsy, nln.iys sure 'flrta-lt " There's only ant- likr tt In tho world that's !ts-It" Millions have tried and O, KM It for years It never falls. iite-It," the Kuarantceil, inney luxrV. corn-remover, the otilj)urc ny, cmts tut a trifle l liny ilruu lerr. M-hl by K. litwreiK'ii A lauriiUairo. Ill iold in btanforu and recommend ed ns the world's best corn remedy by The Fenny Drue Store. Mr. and Mrs. It. G. Hampton, of Le bnnon Junction, came up today to wfcit relatives. Congrttsman llaikley, of the First Kentucky, hns presented n bill to make July 18 a national holiday. It was on this day that the American sol diers first took p-irt in the fighting in I'r.inc e. The event is worthy of cel ebrations, but our solnns must think of some other way to eelebi.itc than in idleness There are too many hol idays now What we need are more working days to get the country on a peace liasis again He tmw rn r. irty biinlfMi rnrTereri. Hull In M l r (u r tifi Ihej i (i KAIlai (MlTn "1 ur rif t. Iia.nr artl r . cd Wbst r.lkr'i1 bii ilt n' for ril"ie- It curt lo f'r you i I w a 1 leiy ftUArntlM tn.untlr altrr u 1 1 ti .n ilu y .In nr I It BiniimMlcii ill-l inr I'AIHI FOOT 1 1 'Uly roel b) Uir Imiimn rnljrc '" nt t'ur 'JO Tint- thl. rrmirkall' rimc-li h brnefltrd it.lri. ul tlinuriiNi nt run mid wnmMl nli oYtr ll i'oiihI't 't u Nix l"ly You mii.tbr Mikflnt.or t vifiitTe" I" rturr U mKl irrt yi'Mr runi.r l.ni THE FENNY DRUG STORE Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with LOCAL !TLI".TlON3. - t, CHIiuot reavh the hi f :! U-e.is Cain nli is .1 Unui .llwu;.. urouti; la lluinrrd by ciiiiwtllutlosial conditions, un I In oril r to ri'r it o,i fius uiim a. Ititilli.il rcrniKl,. UhII 'urrli "tnlt emu trt takrii mltrnuliv uail hlIh i I the bliHHl nn h Muiiie ,'irf. iei e In BVslim llall Ci.turrli IiUn.iic pru'ill'ij bv nni of III.- iK'st r'n 'I ail ill i iilac Mitmtrv fur yo'iis. It ' -ni I tint nf Kitr)f if it rM---t i.Mil' f Uuown nibltid Willi i."ne ' i' - s ' hio puii.irra Tin ihjItI.'' . i. . . nf th iriemlb nts tn U..'.rs r i . M A line it- wh.it v'ifiui .-. it 'derful sul'n in .tin m! e. 1i! ia t'ci ! for x-nliimir. 'its. Mm. I' J "IH NCI . i'O, Trrps.. Toled. O. All LIltl'RltP. Ttr llpt' s i'ii-iU j'l'i" 'n lonsflratlon CENT "AfVORD" Ai5s (AJi here fcre 1 rent i. word meh hue r.h with urder' no J le tlisn 25e Mfh!iMie KOir SALE.- -Two" weanling" mule colts. J. M. l'ettus, Stanford. FOR SALhVA'number of pure bred Hniirbon Red turkeys, Call or see Mrs. Silas Messcr, Stanford. 92-2t OirSALtLVl'oTamrChina boar; will weigh about 2.10 pounds, a good one. Ray Hall, Stanford, Route. No. 1. 92-2t. FOR RKNTA furnislied bed room, or three rooms for light house keeping, furnished or unfurnished. J. C.McCInrv. Stanford. Ky. 85-tf "FOR" SALK "Sorrel geldTng. Works nnywhere and a good one. See mo at once. It. F. Rout, Manager, Stanford Water, Light Ice Co. SO-tf TRNTnJRKr Mattings, Druggets Hugs. Wall Paper, Lace Curtains Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases Pictures, Stoves W. A. Tribble. Stanford "MAID. Wanted a maid to go with mo to my homo nt Oak Harbor 0. Must bo capable nml willing. See inc at once, Mrs. J. G. llalloii, nt Wm. Heck's. lp. (In nceount of a great many new pallonts thnt Dr. Weber, tho fort loctor is treating, he will take new patients until Dec. 1, and will posi tively not take any new on?s uftir Dec. 1. tf FOR SALK. IS firstclnvs short yearling stoom. Weight about 700 noil mb, Hereford, Polled Angus and Shorthorns. John II. Watheu, Leb anon. Kentucky. 1)2-21. COAL. You are given thirty days by the Admlnlktration to got your Winter's supply of coal. I will en deavor to have plenty of good cleun coal for you all. Come when notified, A programme of (he new (Irrmnn (Joveininent was given out in a proc lamation issued in Herlln yesterday. Freedom of ipeech and suffrage for both sexes. MOTMER7civrrcHH.r "SYRUP OF FIGS" ir TONGUE IS .OATr.U. If croit, frvriS, Mck, li''loil, clcin I it 1 1.- li-r nod howeli. Children love this "fmit laxative," and nothing else cleanses the tendei stomach, liver and bowels o nirely. A child simply will not stop play ing to empty its bowels, and the re sult is, they become clogged tightly with wnste, liver gets sluggish, stom ach sours, then your little one be comes cross, half-sick, feverish, don't eat, sleep or act naturally, breath is bad, system is full nf cold, hns sore throat, stomach-ache or diarrhoea. Listen, mother! See if tongue is coat ed, then give n teaspoonfulof 'Cnl Iforni'i Syrup of Figs, and in a few hours all the constipated waste, sour bile and undigested food food passes out of the system nnd you have a well playful child again. Millions of mothers give "Califor nia Syrup of Figs," because it is per fectly harmless; children love it, nnd it never fails to act on the stomach, liver and bowels. Ask your diuggist for a bottle of "California Syrup of Figs." which has full directions or tiabies, child ren of nil uges and for grown-ups plainly printetd un the bottle. Rcwnre of countt rfeits sold here. Get the gen uine, made by "California Fig Syrup Company " Refuse any other kind with contempt. The Bottle That Holds World's Greatest Remedy ! n41 Km Scjij Jrori nmerai m rk .tf SJ rt r1 . dLfIT l?OANOIE.V.. Th Mot Powerful Tonic Known F'or Building Up Run-Down Systems, Grippe, Etc, Tf you are now suffering with nn difense nt nil of blood, kidneys', m stomach, you need this great remedy of nature itoolf, It hull.! tip tire !, worn-out people, rrjuvenaUr, sb stomachs, relieves kidneys that nre o erwnrked and sick In fact, you cbm not find n remedy thnt will do you f.v much good ns Acid Iron Vineral. Thousands of genuine testimonial-, thnt come In us unsolicited tell how sick people have been made entirety well by A-I-M. In the majority of letters Ihe writers arc glad to have ut ufc their names so that others who arc suffering may he helped to both health and happiness as they have been. Do not think thnt Acid Iron Min al is a patented medicine, bemuse, i: is not it's a remedy supplied by na ture herself, and it is free from alco hoi or other harmful drugs. Don't delay, call for it today. For s ite by The Penny Drug Store. The Ferrodine Chemical Corporation ROANOKE, VIRGINIA "X.,,,.!,!,..,.,!,.,,,,,.,.,,.,.,,,,,, , , , ,, ,i.......-..M .iiii ..i. , PUBLIC SALE ! f T t t I will rell at public auction at Hustonville, beginning -at1 P. M. on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23RD The house and lot In Hustonville owned by Mrs. Uriiti Ounn at the time of her death. The house ie In fairly good repair and the lot contains 9 or 10 acres of good land. There is a good barn on the place with cistern at barn and another cittern at the residence. Arso a never-falling well. Will also sell a lot of corn in the shock and a lot of household and kitchen furniture. Also a pair of good mules, 5 and 6 years old. Terms made known on day of sale. Mrs. Liliie Sandidge, Hustonville, Ky. COL. J. D. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. B. . i ni t ri3 3 hsJ' K iM fill Itock, Implements, Furniture, Etc. Having lost my helpmate, I will offer for snle at public auction at the Capt. B. F. Powell farm on Knob Lick pike, six miles from Stanford, beginnig at 10 a. m., on Thursday, Nov. All of my stock, household and kitchen furniture, ets. LIVE STOCK: One 18-hand horse mule, 5 years old, one 3 year old eclding, good harness gelding, one general farm horse, 7 years old, one team of mules, G and 7 years old, mare and horse, none better. Five fat hogs, 3 of them will Weigh 400 pounds and arc ready to butcher, 4 brood sows just bred, 25 shoats, weigh 80 pounds, sow and 10 pigs, sow and 5 pigs. Also 10 nice ewes and one buck, about 150 chickens, some thoroughbred Leghorns nnd Buff Orpingtons. All pullets, except 12, which are roosters. One tubular crcaan separator, good as new. FURNITURE, ETC. Two good 9x12 rugs, old time folding bed, one nice dining room set complete, table, buffet, chairs and china rack to match, one refrigerator, good cooking stove, heating stove, 4 burner oil stove, kitchen cabinet, tables, and all kinds of cooking utensils. One 3S0 Egg incubator. One 1918 model Ford Touring car, with electric starter, lights, horn good as new, with Kelly Springfield tires, one R. M. Arnold buggy. Everything has been bought since the Fall of 1916, and consequently is in good repair. FEED 200 bales of extra good mixed hay, 1,200 bales of straw. Will load on car at a reas onable price. Terms made known on day of stlc. CLAY P. DAVIS, Stanford COL. J. B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. R. F. D. No. 5. ! JLj g i m i i v.. j!.- -n h XI m i , , t .! III N. W. Fowle. lp.