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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): January 1, 1918 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1918 int1918010101_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): January 1, 1918 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Vs. Established I860 INCOME The Interior Journal 58th Year. DOINGS No. I The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, January I, 1918 MARRIAGES. Miss Mattic CundifT nnd Thomas Lccse, popular young people of Pulaski, were mnrried last week. Pleasant Dye and Miss Maggie Lee Adams went to Eld. J. G. Livingston's on the 29th nnd had him join them hand nnd heart. Mosc Bnugh and Miss Lou Tetley IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Adnir county ndded 1,329 members to her Red Cross Chapter. Tho wife of James R. Durr i3 dead in the Bruncrs Chapel section of Tuesdays and Fridays Collector of Internal Revenue Hughes announces that officers will y stnrt from his headquarters on 1, and on January 2, every one of them will be on the job in the county assigned him, to meet the people and help them make out their income tax returns. The officer assigned to this county will be at Stanford from Jan. Oth to Jan 22nd. On his arrival he will inform bankers and the postmaster where his office will be located. It will be well for every unmarried person whose net income for 1917 is $1,000 or over, and every married person living with wife or husband whose net income for 1917 is $2,000 or over, to call on the income tax man and learn whether or not they have any tax to pay. Collector Hughes said today. The person subject to tax who doesn't make return in the time prescribed is going to regret it. The government will get after all income tax slackers. There's hardly n business man, merchant or professional man, who won't have to make a return of income. Farmers, as a class, will have to pay the tax. The safe thing to do is for every person who had a total income of $1,000 or $2,000, as the case may be, and who is not sure about what deductions the law allows him, to play it safe by calling on the income tax man. The man in the field will have forms for every body and persons who expect to call on him need not trouble themselves to write to my office for forms." Jan-uur- TAX MAN COMING THE COUNTRY OVER mother of Gov. James P. Goodrich, of Indiana, is dead at Winchester, that State. Two children of Sherman Wright were burned to death when his home at West Pont was destroyed by fire. The 10,000,000,000 francs asked for in the third war loan hns been exceeded, it was announced at Paris. Three children were burned to death in a fire that destroyed the residence of Mosc Miller near The Pres-tonburg. Thdse retail grocers having on hand as much as $260's worth of sugar must notify State Food Administrator F. M. Sackctt of it. A plea for war time economy to assist the United States in .financing itself and its allies, was issued last night by the Federal Reserve Board. Lawrence II. Armour has resigned ns of Armour & Co., Chicago packers, to accept a commission as lieutenant in the U. S. vice-preside- nt Army. GIRLS! ITS YOUR STEP THAT ATTRACTS! Says Women Pay Too Much Heed 1o Their Face Instead Of Their Corns -- Watch your step! A brisk, lively step is what charms more than a lovely skin, but your high hsels have caused corns and you limp a little. That's bad, girls, and know it. Corns destroy beauty and grace, besides corns are very easy to remove. Rid your feet of every corn by asking at any drug store for a quarter of an ounce of freezone. This will cost little but is sufficient to remove every hard or soft corn or callus from one's feet. A few drops applied directly upon a tender, touchy corn relieves the soreness and soon the entire corn, root and all lifts right out without pain. This freezone is a gummy substance which dries instantly and simply shrivels up the corn without inflaming or even irritating the surrounding skin. Women must keep in mind that cornless feet create a youthful step which enhances her attractiveness. It of war. Sixteen persons were killed 'and 112 were more or less hurt when a Pittsburgh street car ran away down n mile grade and crushed into a telegraph pole as the car emerged from a tube. On and after January 1, 1918, the maximum price for the regulation loaf of bread in Louisville will be 9 cents instead of 10 cents, the price previously fixed by the Food Administration. Forty-seve- n officers of the expeditionary forces were recommended for promotion by Gen. Pershing in a list made public by the War Department. Among them is Second Lieut. Archibald Roosevelt, who is proposed for a captaincy of infantry. The American Government will take over 200 locomotives constructed for Russia, and refit them to the American gauge track. To meet the emergency, 100 locomotives for use in France on American built track also will be withheld temporarily. Negotiations for the purchase of a large part of the Cuban sugar crop, amounting to an estimate of 3,000,-00- 0 tons for the use of the United States and its allies, have been virtually completed by the International Committee and the Cuban Committee. The earthquake which began De cember 26 and continued two days, demolished 80 per cent., of Gaut Every house in Gautemala City has been rpndercd uninhabitable by the earth shocks that began Christmas night and arc continuing. Loss of life was slight. American soldiers in France nlay-e- d Santa Claus to the hundreds of French orphans in the vicinity of1 their respective camps and for a day made the children forget the horrors Af..V, u Railroads Director General dissolved the Rnilroads War Board at its own suggestion, and appointed Hale Holden a member of the board to direct the nation-wid- e organization which it has built up. The director general also appointed a temporary advisory cabinet, consisting of Mr. Holden, John Skolton Williams, Controller of the Currency; Harry Walters, chairman of the. board of the Atlantic Coast Lino; Edward Chambers, traffic manager for the Food Administration, and Walker D. Hines, now assistant to the director. Tho director general suspended all pr'ority orders in territory cast of tho Mississippi and north of tho Ohio livers, nnd directed instead extraordinary efforts to move all freight. Mc--Ad- not eat, sleep or act naturally, has diarrhoerf, remember, a gentle liver and bowel cleansing should always be the first treatment given. Nothing equals "California Syrup of Figs" for children's ills; give a teaspoonful, and in a few hours nil tho foul wnsto. sour bile and fermenting food which is clogged in the bowels passes out of the system, and you have a well and plavful child ngain. All children love this harmless, delicious "fruit laxative." and it never fails to effect a good "inside" cleansing. Directions for babies, children of all ages and grown-up- s are plainly on the bottle. Keep it handy in your home. A little given today saves a sick child tomorrow, but get the genuine. Ask Porter C. Eubank, who killed Hen- your drugirist for a bottle of "Cali ry Ringo at Mt Sterling has been fornia Syrup of Figs," then look and soo that it is made by the California taken to Lexington for Feeling is very high against him. Mg syrup uo." it stomach-ache, safe-keepin- g. there. .Miner a sow anu eignt snoais ior auu icially reported and thousands are Coleman & Sorrell, of Mercer, homeless. heifd bought last week 80 At an executive session held last ers at 7 week the Democratic State Central S. Caywood bought and shipped H. cat- and Executive Committees decided from Danville 119 1,450-poun- d to establish permanent State tle at 13o. The good bunch went to in Louisville. State Senator Swift & Co. Seldon R. Glenn, who was elected W. B. Turley, of Richmond, breed- secretary, will be in charge. His saler of Kentucky Red Berkshire hogs, ary was fixed at $3,500. closed a deal with the Cuban GovThe Philadelphia & Reading Railernment for nine gilts and two boars way Company announces that a great of that popular breed. Mr. Turley will shin them in the next few days. oe annulled; effee- The price is a very fancy one as tive at once, in order to conserve hogs always command. these fuel, motive power and men and to Col. J. B. Dinwiddie, who cried the facilitate the handling of GovernMilledegville J. M. Newell sale near and troops. Wednesday says a fairly good crowd ment materialknown to be dead and Eight are was present notwithstanding the about twenty injured as the result of cold day. A mare sold for $110; a a head-o- n collision between a westcolt for $70; cows at $70 to $95; bound and an castbound Baltimore fodder 40 to 55c per shock. The & Ohio train a mile east of North jacks and iennets did not sell. He Vernon Saturday night. All the dead 'also "cried" the J. M. Cloyd sale crew. The westwere where two cows sold at $90 and $95; boundmembers of the several soldier train pair mules $329; very according to carried a mule $120; reports, but it is not small pair of mules $14!!; sheep $19.-7- known if any were among the injurexpectaThe crowd was up to ed. tions. Small packers of New England, testifying before the Federal Trade TO MY PEOPLE Commission inquiry into the meat inGod has always been good to me. dustry, declared that they had been I have often thought that but few of business by groups preachers have been so blessed soueezed out operators. They declarthrough well nigh fifty years con- of the larger packers even preventbig stant service as I have. Amid all the ed that the buying the blessings of these years it seems that ed their in rendering waste products business. Even for use He has reserved the last, and well the corner-stor- e ade was controlled nigh the close of my life's work to of being it is charged. Witnesses allow the lines to fall in the most given the alternative of told either enter- pleasant places. No place we have being out the combine ever lived, have the neonle been more mi business. Two ortestified driven hud who of thoughtful and kind than have my defied the trust and managed to live. people of Stanford. Especially has this been true as we have approach MAMMA! DON'T YOU ed the Christmas time. The tokens of SEE YOUR CHILD IS love, and the increasing confidence is SICK, CONSTIPATED highly appreciated by us all. most filling of our larder with so The many good things, and in many other Look At Tongue! Move Poisons From Liver And Bowels At ways have you made our hearts glad. Once We want in this general way to express to every one of you our love. And now I wish to thank the friends, Mother! Your child isn't naturally who are not members of my church cross and peevish. See if tongue is for their many tokens of love and coated: this is n sure sign its little confidence. May heaven's best bless- stomach, liver and bowels need a ings abide upon all who have made cleansing at once. us happy. Fondly. M. D. Early. When listless, pale, feverish, full of cold, breath bud, throat sore, does off'800-pounc. head-nuarters FATMartiriT)ought of Arthur Forty deaths have been from the American Chargo entsysl. 5. John Rickels, n former citizen of Mt. Vernon, was killed by an auto at Hamilton, O. Carl Jones, of Harrodsburg, wns Milburn were joined heart and hand at Rev. J. M. Long's by that gentlc-mn- n killed in an aeroplane accident at Lake Charles, La. He was an instrucon the 27th. Samuel Murphy, a widower of 49, tor there. Major DeWitt Grubbs, brother of and Mrs. Minerva Baugh, a widow a year his junior, were married in the I. J.'s efficient correspondent nt Junction City, is now stationed nt Darsttown Monday. Ellis G. Williams and Miss Nora Camp Taylor. Thomas Metcalf, son of Mr. and B. Brnley, popular young people of the New Liberty Church section, Mrs. Thomas Metcalf, of Boyle, will soon enter tho aviation department were united in marriage Sunday. Miss Clyde Overstrcct, a popular of the government. R. J. Reynolds, of Junction City, Pulaski county teacher, and D. B. n business man enlisted nt the local navy recruiting Evans, n of London, were married last week. office this morning ns a musician, Mother and daughter were brides second class. Danville Advocate. Charles Tate, one of the best citiin a double wedding at Brooksville when Sanford Debrulcr, 36 years zens of the Pisgah section of Pulnski old, married Mrs. Stella Nickerson, county, is dead after a protracted 45, and Luther Tcegarden, 18, mar- illness, which began with paralysis. The Somerset News says that the ried Mary Nickerson. 16. Ben II. Shettcr, of Chambcrsburg. strike among the workmen at the Q. Pa., and Miss Maggie Mary Davis, of & C. shops there hns been settled and the East End, were married nt Crab that the men have returned to work. L. H. Strum, a Rumanian, arraignOrchard Thursday. The groom is a prominent business man of his city, ed before United States Commissionwhle his bride is the pretty and pop- er U. G. Rollins, at Pineville, charged ular daughter of Dabney Davis, a with spreading German propaganda, wns bound over in $7,500 bonds to n citizen of the county. Thomas M. Phillips and Miss Anne await the action of the Federal grand Davis McRoberts. accompanied by jury. The Christmas drive for memberMr. and Mrs. T. W. Jones and Postmaster II. J. McRoberts, motored to ship for the Red Cross ended last Danville Monday and were married Monday and Campaign Chairman Smith reports that Pulaski now has at the home of Dr. E. M. Greene, a total membership of 1,900. This pastor of the Presbyterian church, bv him. A short while later Mr. and means that about 1,100 members Mrs. Phillips boarded a Southern were secured during the drive. train for Cincinnati, where thev will Somerset Journal. spend a week at The Gibson, CincinMR. HARLAN'S GOOD BILL nati's best hostelry. Returning to Senator Jay Harlan, of this disStanford they will be grcttcd by their legion of friends, who feel to con- trict, has drafted a bill to be introgratulate the groom and wish for duced at the coming session of the him and his a long, useful and happy Legislature providing for the budIf married life. Mrs. Phillips is the on- get system of appropriations. ly daughter of Postmaster and Mrs. adopted the present system of spendHarvey J. McRoberts, and is one of ing the State's money will be revoluStanford's most charming young tionized. Intelligent and business like women. For some time she has as- state financing will supersede the sisted her father and his predeces- present harum scartim and unscientisor in the" Stanford postoffice and in fic method, and much money will be her work has come in contact with a saved. The budget financing has been great many people, all of whom have adopted by many of the most prolearned to love and admire her. Pa- gressive States, and proved to be the tient with each and every patron of only way to wisely and efficiently exthe office, always pleasing in man- pend the State funds. The adopner and with a cheery word for all. tion of thj!j system by thi Federal it was" a real pleasure to be waited government's being strongly urged. on by her. She is highly accomplish- Mr. Harlan husgivon quite a good ed, very graceful and stately and deal of study tb3&e question, and his an exceedingly handsome woman and bill has been submitted to rna.ny, and that she will make a helpmeet in all has met with unanimousaihoval. It the word means, none who know her is hoped the Legislature will be will-i- r System 'of j'jiyadoot as the writer does doubt for a mn- utQSJrt-- ' Phillips Is ohe'df 'Stanford's sriitt 'financing in the place of he biggest and best business men. He is present unintelligent plan of approthe senior member of the firm of priations. He has also prepared a bill Phillips & Phillips, gents' furnishers, pertaining to regulation of weights a business firm favorably known far and measures, and providing for beyond the confines of Lincoln coun public scales; and one changing the ty. He is a hnc fellow and there is jurisdiction of the lower courts, every reason to believe that he will which will save may a dollar for make his excellent young wife the Commonwealth. These bills appeal to best sort of a husband. The two had the Advocato as most meritorious been sweethearts for many years and and commendable, and we hope the that they would some dny marry, author may be successful in secur their friends were certain. They make ing their enactment. Advocate. an unusually popular couple and if CONSUL HOPPER LEAVES good wishes of their many friends Consul George D. Hopper left count for aught, thev will be the Monday for Washngton City where wore a suit. he will remain a few days before with hnt. gloves and shoes to match. sailing for Stockholm, Sweden, where Mr. Phillips' suit was of dark blue he is to represent the United States. He spent a very delightful Christmas and of the conventional style. here with his mother, Mrs. George D. Hopper, and his brothel's and sisHE IS SELLING MEAT AGAIN The Interior Journal's old friend. ter, who gathered to enjoy the fes Mr. O. P. Huffman, is bnck in the tive season at home. Friends wishing fresh meat business, havng boucht to communicate with him after he out George T. Wood, who is to be leaves for his new post should adStanford's chief of ponlice. Mr. Huff- dress him as follows: "George D. man sold out to Mr. Wood some two Hopper, American Consul at Stock vears ago. and it is probably the holm, care of the State Department, longest period that he has not sold Washington. 1). J." The Uovern- meat in Stanford in the last decade ment nt Washington will forward all or so. He will move his stock of mail thus addressed. goods to the room which has been occupied by Mr. Wood and will con- FIRST NATIONAL'S FINE REPORT The First National Bnnk declared tinue to dfxl in gnjperies as well as in ments. He will be aisisted by his a dividend of four per cent., increassons. Mr. Huffman has always eniov-e- d ed its surplus $1,000, making it $33,-00- 0 and carried a large sum to undia good patronage in the butcher business and he has many friends vided profits. The First National and patrons who will welcome him Bank is one of the best institutions in this section of State and was never back in the business. in a more prosperous condition than now, as its semi-annustatement WILL GO TO FRANCE Col. Ben Lee Hardin has received just issued shows. Its deposits have news that his nephew. Rev. M. D. reached the enormous sum of $352,-557.9- 4, tho largest in the bank's Hardin, of Chicago, hns been chosen history. The fact that some of its among ten Rednath Chautauaua bv the head of that Bureau stock recently sold at $172 is some to go to France and study conditions proof that the people regard it as an nt first hand in order to make ad- A I institution of its kind. dresses for tho Red Cross spring PREFERS CHAMBERLAIN'S campaign. Dr. Hardin will leave tho "In the course of a conversation first week in January for France. Dr. Hardin is a native of Harrodsburg with Chamberlain Medicine Co.'s rep- nnd spent his bovhood here and his resentntive toduy, we had occasion to many friends will be interested in discuss in a general way the merits the new honor that his come to him. of their different preparations. At his suggestion I take pleasure in exHarrodsburg Democrat. pressing mv estimation of ChamberARE YOUR SEWERS CLOGGED? lain's Cough Remedy. I have a famiThe bowels are the sewerage sys- ly of six children and have used this tem of tho body. You can well im- remedy in my homo for years. I conagine the result when they are stop- sider it tho only cough remedy on ped up as in the case in constipation. the mnrket. ns I have tried nearly all As a purgative you will find Cham- kinds." Enrl C. Ross. Publisher well-knowwell-knowthis-efficie- Mercer. LOTS OF COLD BUT LITTLE COAL THE LATEST WAR NEWS This section of the State is experThree British torpedo boat desiencing unothcr spell of fearfully troyers through being cold weather. On Sunday morning struck bywere sunk or hitting a mine torpedoes tho mercury went as low as 12 below off the Dutch coast on the night of zero and nt an early hour this morn-n- g December 22, with the loss of thirit wns 10 below. Warmer weather teen officers ond 180 men. is promised for the midlllc of the Iiia a fight between Chinese and week nnd it will prove n delightful Russian Maximalist troops nt Harnew yenr's present to the shivering bin, Manchuria, Wednesday mornhumunity hereabout. To add to the ing, the Russians surrendered and discomfort of the record-breakin- g were disarmed and made prisoners, cold weather is the lack of sufficient according to a report which is considcoal to prevent suffering in many ered reliable, received from Harbin. instances. Frank Spoonnmcrc got in a The advices say the Chinese now occar of the "black diamond" Monday cupy the garrison nt Harbin. and it went like hot cakes, people The Germans nnothcr detergoing after it in wagons, autoes, mined attack on made British position the grain sacks. The on Welsh Ridge in the Cambrai see-t- o wheelbarrows and car was quickly sold, less than a yesterday and succeeded in capthird of our people gcttng even n turing n portion of the trendies. A look in. The dealers have bills of heavy British counter attack drove lading for conl but the coal doesn't them back again, according to the come, and the good Lord only krrows report from Field Marshal Haig's when it will. There seems to be noth- headquarters. ing to do but grin and endure it, and keep from freezing if we can. FOR MRS. EDWARD COOPER In short, the road to bettor fuel conThe most ditions seems to be a long, dnrk and tion during delightful social functhe holidnys, uncertain one, with our fuel admin- ception given on Friday was the reafternoon istrators as much at loss to know by Misses Lucile and Lyles Cooper what move to make as those of us and Mrs. John Owsley Reid, complwho have not been good and warm sister-in-laMrs. since good old summer time took its imentary to their Edward Cooper, of Litchfield, Illideparture. nois. The entire house was artistically decorated in Christmas colors and A SLICK SCAMP THIS Some time ago an individual who holly. The guests were received in the hosteses gave his name as Biddlcton worked a tho reception room by Cooper, who slick and rascally scheme on elev- nnd Mrs. Cooper. Mrs. en families living between the Roll- is n bride of only a few months, was elegantly gowned in her wedding ing Fork section of Casey and He was accompanied by a dress of white satin, trimmed in female in an auto and the two rep- pearls, and Miss Lyles Cooper, who resented themselves as being repre- was her maid of honor, wore a very sentatives for Leslie's Magazine. handsome dress of pink satin. The They had a good proposition and guests retired to the dining room, they worked it to a queen's taste. where an elaborate salad course was For a paltry dollar they agreed to served by Misses Lottie Carson and send the magazine ten weeks and Mary Elizabeth McKinney, MesdamcK give as a premium the choice of a Carl A. Carter and C. Hays Foster, Bible, a history of the war or one of who were gowned in evening dresses. Jack London's books. Those who bit Mrs. E. C. Walton presided in a Hus-tonvill- e. signed an order for the "bargain" and an agreement to pay $1. The magazine and the presents have come up all right but the story does not end there. Coming to Hustonville the n scamp got a business man to discount the orders that had been given and which had later been worked on by hm. The $1 order read $11 and the magazine wns for 110 weeks. The scamp rrul been as liberal with the money part of it as he had been with his publication, and the good people who were thus duped will read Leslie's Magazine for a long time even if they pay a big price for it. well-know- most graceful manner over the tea urn, while Miss Mary Dec Kennedy served the salad. On leaving the dining room the guests were presented with a small spray of holly by Mrs. Sam Robinson, as a souvenir of the reception that will long be remem-b6re- d in this city. Mrs. Cooper is indeed a very charming lady and has made many friends during her visit here. ' Wednesday "evesring'rit &' ' 1?- FIVE PER CENT. DIVIDEND County National The Lincoln Bank, at a meeting of its directorate held on Saturday afternoon declared the regular dividend of three per cent, and a special dividend of two per cent., equaling a five per cent, resort Crab Orchard dividend, which means that $5,000 summer Springs has bought the interest of will be paid to its shareholders. The John Robinson's heirs in the springs bank has had a most prosperous year property. The writer called on Mrs. and the past six months have been Willis for particulars of the sale and especially good. Uesides the $5,000 she informed him that while she had to be paid out "in dividends the bank an option on the interest in the prop- divided several thousand dollars beerty owned by the Robinson heirs. tween several of the funds of the in she had made no trade. She said: "I stitution. Cashier W. M. Bright and do not know what I will do in the his assistants have right to feel premises, but you can rest assured proud of the statement they are that if I make a deal my homo paper, sending out today, which probably is the Interior Journal, shall know the best in the "history of the popuabout it first. lar banking institution. A intaploUK time was ..that of the AeeY "Au ditorium. Many belles and beaux from this favored section of Kentucky wre present and all hatl a good time. It; was a dress affair and the young ladies in their handsome evening costumes added brilliancy and beauty to the happy scene. The boys, dressed in their best "bib and tucker," proved the most chivalrous of beaux, and everything seemed to conspire to make the event one long to be remembered. The auditorium was tasitly decorated for the interesting and enjoyable affair. Garr's Saxaphone Trio, of Lexington, furnished inspiring music and the trippers of the light fantastic found it hard to leave the scene of merriment even at the late hour of 3 A. M. MRS. WILLIS HASN'T BOUGHT The Danville Advocate, Richmond Register and Louisville Herald are in error when they state that Mrs. J. B. Willis, who has charge and is part owner of Lincoln county's splendid eien A VERY DELIGHTFUL DANCE One of the most delichtful dances LEE RUPLEY BUYS INTEREST Lee Rupley, who has been with Sam Robinson for many years, has bought an interest in the store of McRoberts & Bailey and invoicing of the stock will begin probably Thursday. Mr. Rupley has proven himself an excellent salesman and commanding the good trade that he tlbes, lie 'should add considerably to the big business McRoberts & Bailey have always enjoyed. Arthur Coffey, who has been with the firm for several years and whose work has been highly appreciated by Messrs. McRoberts and Bailey, will move with Mrs. Coffey to Hustonville and after this week will be identified with the firm of A. J. Wcddle & Son. of that city. Mr. Wcddle is Mr. Coffey's He will find in him a most excellent salesman and a gentleman under any and all circumstances. Stanford people generally give him and his charming wife up with much regret. Mr. Rupley is succeeded in Mr. Sam Robinson's store by William A. Carson, Jr. father-in-law. al lec-turer- es FATHER HELPING ALL HE CAN "Two of my sons are in the war. I am doing all I can to help my country, as well as Mayr's Wonderful Remedy, which I can thank for mv present good health. I suffered 5 years with most serious stomach trouble und bloating. Am recommending it to all sufferers." It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the cattarhal mucus from the intestinal tract and nllays the in- flammation which causes practically all stomuch, liver and intestinal ail ments, including appendicitis. One ny Drug Store. dose will convince or money refunded. Lincoln Pharmacy and The Pen- It election of directors and transaction them a trial. of such other business as may come Join the Red Cross today. Derore tnem. mild and gentle in their action. They Syracuse, Kan. also improve the digestion. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING Tho stockholders of tho Bank of DEAD OF TUBERCULOSIS Willlinm II. Wells, aged 29, died Moreland will meet at tho banking at his homo near Dripping Springs house in Morelnnd on Tuesday, Jan. Friday of tuberculosis. He is surviv- 8. 1918, for the purpose of electing ed bv his wife, to whom ho had been directors for tho ensuing year and married only a short while. Services nttending to such other business ns were conducted at tho late home by may come before them. Charles Wil-hoi- t, Cashier. Mr. J. C. McClary, of ths city, and tho burial occurred in Crab "Orchard STOMACH TROUBLES Cemetery. If you have troublo with your stomach you should try ChamberSTOCKHOLDERS' MEETING A meeting of tho stockholders of lain's Tablets. So many have been tho Lincoln Trust Company will be restored to health by the use of these held at its office in Stanford. Kv.. tablets and their cost is so little, 25 on Tuesday, January 8, 1918 for tho cents, that- it is worth while to give l-- 2t - berlain's Tablets excellent, They are Hamilton County Republican-New- s, The stockholders of the Crab Orchard Banking Co. will meet at tho banking house at 10 A, M., Tuesday, Jan. 8, 1918, for the purpose of electing tho directors for the ensuing year and attend to such other business ns may come before tho body. II. G. Skiles, cashier. . l-- 2t STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING THREE CAUCUS NOMINEES d The memDcrs of the city council met one night last week in caucus and nominated Hon. P. M. McRoberts for city attorney, Albert II. Severance for city clerk and George T. Wood for chief of police. Mr. McRoberts had no opposition but there were three candidates for city clerk and ix for chief of police. The council, which is comopsed of Messrs. J. B. Paxton, J. C. Bailey, T. W. Jones, H. C. Anderson, B. F. Rout und W-- H. Hill, will qualify next Monday and on Friday night," Jan. 11th, will meet and elect the three gentlemen that have been nominated. The old council will hold its last meeting Thursday night. newly-electe- FARRIS PREPARING HIMSELF Maurice J. Farris II, sheriff-elec- t of Bovlo county, has been staying in the office of Sheriff Harbison for the past several days for the purpose of familiarizing himself with tho detailed duties of tho office. He is now of the opinion that he will be equal to any emergency that may arise. Advocate. The followng is about the best news that the Interior Journal has printed in a long time and it should further convince every man, woman and child in and around Stanford that Mr. Coleman is n friend in need and one that it will do to tie to: Pinevlle, Jan. 1. E. C. Walton Having learned through my son, Eurl R. Coleman, that Stanford citizens arc suffering from coal shortage, I have arranged to ship daily one car load of coal to J. II. Baugh-ma- n & Co. until situation is relieved. Please notify the public. C. R. COLEMAN. A GOOD SAMARITAN IS HE WILL CLOSE AT 6 P. M. Tho grocery and hardware merMRS. NATHAN BELDEN DEAD Mrs. Nathan Belden, whoso hus- chants of Stanford, in order to conband died at Rowland some months serve conl und lights, will nlrwi. nt ft ago, died in Louisville last week. She o'clock each evening of the week ex- ...i: was tho stepmothor of J. J. Belden, niit Gii ...li.. Ulllll fa,l.n. iiuwie. ..vjJi, uomiuaj 1UIUIV1 This is a very iudicious move nnd of this city. tho merchants wno have thus enterCoal is selling nt $100 per ton in ed into an ugrcement are to .til Denmark. kM The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, The Interior Journal E. C. Walton and Tuesday, January 1 , 1918 J. H. Wright Kv m All of the purchasers of the Xntrred ( thr potteffiot at Sttntord, ureovd elatt tnatt matttr. First Liberty Loan may now get their the most stupendous ever attempted of solution by the government nnd will be of great difficulty unless there ' by the is comnlctc heads of the many corporations. For the present operations will be conducted by existing railroad organi-tionwhich have united under a war board of five presidents, of whom Mr. Fairfax Harrison, of the SouthWe are the authorized sellers in Stanford, of this famous ern, is one. Government shipments line of clothing for men and young men. We sell Collegian will be given the preference and sent the shortest route, no matter Clothes because we know they represent the best values we how billed. The war board has done can give our customers. They are the kind of clothes that the best it could, but numerous laws, way of full fit in with the ideals of this store. hampering it were in the working power and these will be set A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SUITS AND OVER COATS, aside during the term of government control. Another reason for taking PRICED FROM $12.50 to $25.00 charge of them is that it will place the employees in the service of the government, which will prevent them DROP IN AND LOOK THEM OVER. IT'S A PLEASURE TO SHOW THEM! from striking under penalty of being tried for treason. It is stated that the waires of rnanv of them will be in creased, while making a reduction in the .salaries of all who receive a large amount. The railroads arc Under Same anagemcnt profits and the guaranteed right to raise funds to keep the roads LINCOLN in the best physical condition. We have never been an advocate of government control of railroads, but CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE" STANFORD, KY. MAIN circumstances alter cases, and knowing that the president has studied the matter from every angle, we are more than willing that where he leads we shall follow. It may be that tnszznzizzziJTXzszM That was a generous, gracious, the experiment may prove so advansystem will always gentlemanly act of Mr. C. R. Coletageous that the continue and prove the theory of man, head of the Coleman Mining Bryan and his school of statesmen. Co., of Cary, Bell county, when inThe magnitude of the undertaking formed that his home people were in can be better appreciated when it is need of coal to pruvent suffering, he d a day recalled that there are some 250.000 voluntarily ordered a miles nf railroad in the United of his product shipped to Stanford States and that the order takes all of to be sold to those needing it worse. them in, including their appurtenanStanford people should not and will ces. The private cars of railroad of- not forget the thoughtfulness of the ficials as well as all the Pullman cars splendid citizen. are also included. There are those who claim that We see no reason to change our Mr. McAdoo is hardly big enough belief, stated shortly after the elecfor the job imposed on him, and that tion, that Hon. R. T. Crowe, of Oldthe president should not have ham county, the administration canhis but their crit- didate for speaker, will be elected These for the Year 1918 icism are not well founded, since Mr. with votes to spare. He is in every McAdoo hns shown himself a man of way worthy of the honor and in se Make great executive ability and the presi lecting him as his standard bearer Call advantage of dent would not be small enough not Gov. Stanley showed great wisdom. Accordingly to take the best man he knew, simply The labors of Dr. Alexader's For' wonderful opportunity buy because of relationship. ward League seem to have been in iWith the complete cooperation of vain. your Xmas tt the railroad managers, and the setof ting aside of laws that prevented At Waterloo, Iowa, a single pound prices full results, government control will of butter brought $507. It was sold Cash goods forces us to relieve the congestion of freights at auction, the proceeds to go to the and make for a better service gener- Red Cross Chapter of that city, and thirty-da- y system. It also ally. But Mr. McAdoo has the biggest B. A. Davis was the buyer. Mr. Davis job ever assumed by one man and it sent the butter to President Wilson double money to acwill tax his unquestioned ability to and received in response one of the give Profit-Sharin- g counts. Couthe limit. That he will be equal to President's characteristic letters. the occasion we verily believe and pons each cash purchase, or place another laurel upon the brow Small-poof the man in the white house, whom from which near a saloon in Ohio, those who Maysville people have accounts st God seems to have raised up to guide has the nation safely through the billows been getting their booze,result cut off 5th of each month. : : : : : Maystheir supply and as a that are trying men's souls. ville has enjoyed the quietest ChristClarence E. Woods, who has been mas in years. editor of the Eustis Lake Region, a A happy new year to all and may Florida paper, for several years, has resigned to accept the the year just begun be the happiest appointment of Explosive Inspector and best the readers of the Interior of his State. Mr. Woods' fight for a Journal and others have ever betterment of conditions generally The hot water tank in the home of has attracted widespread attention HUSTONVILLE NATIONAL BANK de- - Ford Atkins, of Frankfort, The Hustonvillc National Bank burstcd, and has resulted in much good, as LYNN PENCE ENTERTAINED On Saturday evening Lynn Pence dared a three per cent, dividend and killing his wife and seriously well. News comes that A. D. miller, two per cent, to its surplus ing her sister, Miss Anna' Wiggiu-funfor years editor of the Richmond Cli- - proved a very gallant young host ston. " uumuer 01 nis menus, unrist- max. wil succeed Mr. Woods as edi-- 1 tor. and that he will fill the place mas decorations were used through well, none who know his ability will out the entire house and the holiday spirit was felt by all. The evening for a moment doubt. was most pleasantly spent, different Senator LaFoIIette has been ex- games being indulged in. The repelled from a club in Wisconsin be freshments were very elaborate and cause of his disloyalty and traitor- delicious. ous utterances. If the committee in vestigating those utterances does its A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Once a year we lay aside the thought of commercial duty he will bo expelled from the IS OUR WISH TO YOU Senate his presence disgraces. Then We thank you for your courtesies endeavor and for a short time dedicate ourselves to he should be tried by a court of com- of the past year and ask that our the observation of the Holiday spirit. petent jurisdiction and hanged. To pleasant relations may continue. We stand such a creature up before a invite you to inspect our stock this Therefore, in extending our service to our good firing squad would in no measure be- coming year. Sam Robinson. friends of the trade, may we offer our best wishes for fit the occasion or the crime. a 1918 that will bring you health, contentment and a i It was mighty cold Monday but goodly share of the material things of life? Cold weathci", but, never too cold a crowd gathered at J. T. Livingston's to make good resolutions. Have you sale and household and kitchen furmndo vours? niture sold remarkably well. Conversion 4 per cent Bonds receipt for same GOVERNMENT CONTROL OF ALL RAILROADS Under the authority confnricd 01 him when the country Is in n statu of war, President Wilson assumed control of nil of the railroads in continental America at noon Friday nnd named Secretary of tho Treasury McAdoo director general. It had been contemplated for some time, but it was thought it would not be done until conirress reassembled af ter the recess. The problem is one of It takes ten civilians to keep one soldier at the front The soldier's clothes are furnished by Uncle Sam. For the others, the most economical way to secure clothes-comfo- rt and satisfaction is to buy , Adler Clothes s, by presenting their temporary LINCOLN COUNTY TRUST COMPANY NATIONAL BANK pre-w- ar McRoberts & Bailey STREET ear-loa- ,QQ S closing Out and take this to Presents at the light All Accounts Due Are Our Terms Arrangements Please Our Holiday Stock First of Each Month el son-in-la- Gifts for Everybody Lincoln Pharmacy The eallL Store x The demand the manufacturers for for the we buy adopt the takes the carry We with to pay their the to 1 well-know- n Severance & Son l55x I I wound-carrie- d d. J A Prosperous 1918 to Yon For His 4$r Sun C&nr The Penny Drag Store E. R. Coleman, Prop Telephone No. 2 A Prosperous New Year To our farmer friends: Heretofore our surplus stock of Binders, Mowers, Grain Drills, Corn Planters, Etc., have been carried over to the next year by the factories. "NOW THEY DO NOT." So we will not order out anything of the above lines unless they are sold. We look for 1918 to be our hardest year to get implements. My advice is to place your orders early. You be your own judge. Your order will be appreciated NOW, as we believe you will not regret it. Your business of last year extended us, is highly appreciated. Yours, A word to ! Uver- - The it right in line with the Food Administration's desire to give the producer the greatest possible returns for his product. Tri-Slat- o 55 Cents PER POUND FOR BUTTER FAT, WEEK BEGINNING DEC. 31st. We deal direct with our 25,000 patrons, no station, man or buyer takes a profit off the cream, when he should be doing something useful for his country. The station buyer don't do anything for the producer that the pro. ducer can't do for himself, only the station buyer exacts a toll around 2c per pound for his commission. W. H. Higgins, Stanford coat and SlinPQ The well-dressed, Corduroy Suits For Men and Boys CRAB l iMmWi mMB W& full-dresse- f sJly d , """ The Tri-Stat- e UNITED Butter Co. the best is none too good, comes to man, for whom STATES FOOD ADMINISTRATION License No. G. 18152 CINCINNATI, O. Send us your next can or if you need cans same will gladly be sent prepaid for 30 day trial W. E. PERKINS ORCHARD, KENTUCKY ROBINSON'S Next Door to Lincoln Bank The I. J. is only $1.50 a year twice a week; $1 for once a week Jt.ifefe Jt.. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, January 1 , 1918 Or-cha- rd Statement of the First National Bank Stanford, Kentucky At close of business, Dec. 31st, 1917 RESOURCES Loans, Stocks and Bonds..$310,122.14 Banking House, Furniture U. S. Bonds U. S. four per cent Liberty Bonds Due from Banks and Cash We have declared a dividend of 4 per cent, payable on demand, carried 2 per cent to the surplus nnd left to undivided profits $3,360.53. We do a general banking business nnd solicit new accounts and the continuance of the old ones, promising prompt and faithful attention to all business intrusted to us. Owing to the election of H. C. Baughman as Sheriff of Lincoln county, the officers of the bank for the year 1918, will be as follows: " y 4 NEW, BUT IS IT TRUE? C. O. MASONS ELECT Miss Claudin Ealon, of Hellenic, The Masonic Lodge of Crab News comes from Somerset that holidays. was nt home for the meeting Inst week electProf. I). Ii. Spragens spent the hol- the Daniel Boone Oil Co., which is ed II. nt its G. Skilcs Master; M. M. Pcr-kn- s, idays nt F.llisburg with hotncfolks. operating in this county, has sold its II. Collier, J. W.j M. S. W.; ('apt. Hen Parker, of the K. C, holdings to Eastern parties for $150,-00- M. Phillips, II. Secretary; G. IJ. Lyne. hns taken rooms nt Will HockcrV The I. J. gives the item for what Treasurer; J. S. Duke, Tyler, Dr. W n IVfiaa Almn Mnrttn ic wicnfiiiif T. Edmiston. S. D. ; E. L. King. .1. D. it is worth. .sister, Mi- - II. L. Gardner, of Kort Wnync, lnd. Mrs. Lcia Adnms, of Oklahoma, n 0. and Fixtures 7,400.00 50,000.00 35,600.00 85,796.33 $488,918.47 visitinc nrr parents, .ur. nn-- iirs i . G. Ware. Hcv. Joseph Hopper hns returned to Jackson, after beinir the guest of his mother, Mrs. Kittie Hopper for the Christmas holidays. A little dnughtcr nrrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Jones Friday nicht nnd has been christened Virginia Mary Jones. The little lady welshed eight pounds and she and the mother arc doing fine. i Coal! Feed! Credit! We are preparing to discontinue selling coal and feed on credit. We ask that our customers arrange to pay us as near the Spot Cash as possible for the present. Further notice later. We thank you for your patronage during 1917, and wish you a prosperous New Year EAT BIG MEALS! NO "Pape' SOUR, ACID STOMACH, INDIGESTION OR GAS In Quickest, Diapep!n" Surest Stomach Relief Known Try It! J. S. HOCKER, Total LIABILITIES President S. T. HARRIS, Capital Stock Surplus Fund Undivided ProBts Circulation Deposits Total $ 50,000.00 : 33,000.00 3,360.53 50,000.00 352,557.94 1st Vice President H. C. BAUGHMAN, 2nd Vice President C. HAYS FOSTER, Cashier W. W. SAUNDERS, $488,918.47 Bookkeeper The 4 per cent Convertible Bonds have been received. Owners can call for them or we will keep them for them. I A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ONE AND ALL sssxssxxsssxsxsxxxxsxsaa PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Miss Mnrgery Lynn has been visiting at Danville. Harvey Embry is confined to his home by illness. Mrs. Bettie LaRue, of Louisville, has been here with relatives and . Carson Mr. and Mrs. Stewart went to Richmond Sunday to visit the home folks. Duncan Bagby was over from Covington during the holidays with bib u"le, W"l Hoehcr. Jack Wells, of Yosemite, was here long enough during the holidays to subscribe for the I. J. Capt. J. N. Menefee was at home from Camp Zachary Taylor for a few davs during the holidays. Mr. Walter Forsythe, who has a position at Akron, O., spent the holidays with the homefolks here. J. H. Reed, who has been with his parents out on R. F. D. No. 3, has returned to his business at Liberty. Mrs. C. E. Shelton, of Corinth. Miss., has been here the guest of Miss Mary Vanoy and other friends. Miss Thelma Powell, who spent the holidays with her aunt, Miss Mary Vanoy, returned to school at Midway Sunday. Eben Pettus and Dennie Gooch, of Somerset, were guests a portion of the holidays of "Col." and Mrs. Her- friends. lnd. Corpoial Albert Skidmore, of Fort Sheridan, visited the homefolks here Christmas. Mrs. Sallie Cornelison. of Richmond, has been the guest of Mrs. Stewart Carson. Miss Nancy Hunn was the guest during the holidays of Miss Lillic May Sutton at Lancaster. Miss Anne Ashlock spent several days during the holidays at Lancaster with relatives and friends. Mr. G. H. Masters has rented Dr. A. S. Price's home on Danville avenue and will move to it right away. Mi's. W. II. Pepples and pretty daughters who have been visiting relatives here, returned to Covington Friday. Miss Gertrude Wilknson left Saturday for Cincinnati to spend a week or so with her cousin, Mrs. William Walker. Mrs. Dan Breck and pretty little daughter were down from Richmond last of the week with Mrs. W. A. Mr. J. M. Martin spent che holidays with relatives in Fort Wayne, bert Reynolds. Sam J. Embry. chine became unmanageable and turned turtle. It was a narrow escape for the entire partv but fortunately no one was hurt. They returned to Kings Mountain after having their auto repaired. Mrs .W. A. Tribblo nnd Miss Dorothy Tribble left Sunday afternoon for Los Angelc3 to spend tho remainder of the winter. They will stop over at El Paso, Texns, for stay of two weeks with her brother there. Mrs. Tribble has not been in tho best of health for some time and hones to bo greatly benefitted, as her friends also do, by a sojourn in tho State with the wonderful climate. Mr. W. B. Mnynard is this week moving his family from tho West s End of the county to tho Ed W. farm near Marcelliis, Garrard county, which he bought several months ago. The place contains 184 acres of excellent bluegrass land and is desirable in every way. Many friends formed during tho stay of Mr. Maynard and family in this county sincerely regret their ' Por-kin- Mrs. T. D. Newland. Miss Allie Russell Fish has returned after a protracted and pleasant visit to relatives and friends at Paint Lick and Lancaster. Judge J. P. Bailey. County Attorney W. S. Burch, Dr. E. J. Brown and Road Engineer J. L. MeKee Riffe spent Friday in Frankfort. Mr. H. L. Wallace, one of the live wires of the Paint Lick section, was in town with his sister. Mrs. Adelia Woods, first of the week. Walter Milburn, a splendid looking "Sammie." was up from Camp Zaeh-ar- v tives and friends. Miss Eli.abeth Hunn, who is atTavlor Saturday and Sunday with his uncle, Wallace Walter, and tending business college at Louisville, has returned after spending family. Mr. George B. Pruitt and family, several weeks at home with her parents, Mr. and Mil,. A. P. Hunn. of Morelond, and Col. John B. Prof. D. B. Spragens, principal of of 'Somewhere in the West End," were guests at an elegant din- the Stanford High School, is spend's ing the day among Danville ner at Dr. and Mrs. W. D. friends. Mr. Spragens was formerly connectFriday. Mr. J. H. Hilton, out on R. F. D. ed with the Georgetown Times, and No. 2, called Monday and paid for when he took up teaching the newshis I. J. to Jan. 1, 1919, making the paper farternity lost a good man. 41st time he has done such a thing. Danville Advocate. And not in all those 40 years has he been behind on his paper. Would Corn-Peeli- ng that there were more like him. Mr. J. C. Stephenson, who has had "Gets-It- " charge of Mr. F. Reid's fine farm out on the Hustonvillc pike for the past year, has rented of W. L. Neal the Pain Eases at Once, Cora Just Dies! J. B. Honaker farm in tho West End easily, with Vo your and has moved to it. Tho friends of way. n. smllo, tho Imamm-pet- 'l Mr. Stephenson and his good family "CJets-It- " way, tho only That's tho hated very much to have him leave wuy, your corn or call tin coiuch off this section. complete as though it worn jjliul to While cominir to town during the Kft on. holidays. Dr. W. D. Laswell. T. J. Ball and Everett Dye hnd the to have an auto accident. By some means or other their mae, Din-widdi- e, Wel-burn- one of the best looking "Sammies" at Camp Zachary Taylor, spent several days with the folks at home. Rev. L. C. Kelly and family were during u from Campbellsville Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Wilkinson. Rev. W. II. Hopper, wife and baby, of Louisville, were guests for a few days during the holidays of his mother, Mrs. Kittie Hopper. H. H. Bourne, of the Shelby City section, spent several days with the family of J. M. Ware, out on Somerset pike, during the "holidays. Dr. and Mrs. Albert Borders, of Stanford, are the guests of Mrs. JJorders' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Hardin. Monticello Outlook. Mrs. Clay Brown and little daughter, Miss Florence Blain Brown, re turned to their home in Madison af-- ! ter a visit to relatives in this county. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B. McKen-ziof Stanford, spent Xmas day with relatives here. Mrs. McKenzie will remain a few days. Mt. Vernon Signal. Mrs. Wallace Walter. Mrs. W. L. McCarty, Miss Annie Milburn, Joseph Walter and Mike McCarty spent Friday at Kings Mountain with rela- Tribble. Attorney E. C. Moore, wife and Miss Alma Phillips, of Liberty, spent several days with the family of Ed mis-fortu- save her. Mr. J. M. Cress has moved his family from the Preachersville of the county to the splendid farm he bought near Danville, and thereby Lincoln loses an excellent family. Mr. Cress has been one of the most progressive nnd best citi zens of the county and we feel to congratulate our neighbors over in Boyle on gaining him. The acquisition of such a family is worth lots to anv community. In remittng for her I. J. from Dallas, Texas, Mrs. J. M. Taylor, who formerly lived at Crab Orchard, says: "I enjoy each issue of your paper, although it has been 18 years since I left Lincoln county. Your Crab Orchard correspondent, Mrs. Bettie Buchanan, is a good friend of mine, and I consider her letter ono of the good features of your oxcellcnt paper. I hope she will continue to give Don't Trio rl tho happenings of my old home.' Arouuil tut Cum .Ikiiiiv, Mr. John M. Mount and Mrs. WfW World In UrlH.It." Uko and Muster John "Oets-It- " has curoil moro corns Mount Jr., arrived from McRoberts Atlanta last than all other remedies combined. Mount, It's as euro as tho sunrise, and as Sunday morning and are ut the homo Hafo as water. Used by millions. of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mount on LexDon't tulo a chanco with your foot, ington avenue. Mrs. Jnko White, who you can't afford to experiment with unknown mixtures when you has been in the Graysvlllo SanitariKnow "Oets-U- " novor fulls. um in Tennessee for several weeks "aets-lt- " will remove any 'corn or callus. Wear thoso now, stylish was operated on today. She is doing nicely ami her many friends hope to shoes or pumps If you want to, Demand see her out. Mrs. W. S. Grinstend ko ahead and dance. "Gets-It,- " throw substitutes back and daughter, Miss on tho counter! 2Cu Is ull you need Messrs. Charles Pendelton Antoinette, and Boyce pay at any druir store, or It will bo Hunn, of Stanford, Mr. and Mrs. Kent direct by 13. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, ill. William Pepples, of Covington, are Sold in Stanford and recommend- guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. J. ed as tho world's best corn remedy Randolph Harris. Lancaster by Tho Penny Drue Store. sec-tio- n corn-rlddln- For a Picnie, Use commis-c.o- i WITH THE CHURCHES Rev. Frank M. Tinder, Jr., has ov been rail'''' trotll"r "c r to the ivs- turned after spending several Jays torate of the the church at Hubble, here. where he has preached for the past in Misses Mary Moore Rancy and Lis-s- n two years. Holtzelaw, of Caldwell High Presbyterian Church Mid week School, Richmond, were at home for services preparatory to the Communthe holidays. ion, Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Misses Ellen Moore and John Eva The next union service will be 1 Oth, 1918. Hilton, who teach in the Crab Or- held in the Presbyterian church. Serpleaschard graded school, spent the holi- mon by Rev. II. J. Brazelton. An ofdays at home. fering for the Associated Charities Mrs. John Nevius and children, of Fund will be received. Lebanon Junction, have returned The Federal Council of churches home after .a visit to her parents, has designated the following subjest Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hilton. for prayer this week: Monday Mr. Peter Straub and daughter, Thanksirivine: and Confession. TuesMiss Mamie C. Straub, of Somerset, day The Church Universal. Wedwere the guests of his mother, Mrs nesday Nations and Rulers. ThursMary Straub during the Yuletide. Collcces, Schools, day Families, Among those who attended the Youth. Friday Home Mission. Satdance at Lancaster last night from urday Foreign Mission. this city were Prescott Brown, WilBecause of weather conditions ind liam Grimes, Joseph Hill and John fuel scarcity the meeting of the Reid McKinney. Woman's Missionary Society of the Miss Belle Denny, of Stanford, Chrstian church will be postponed has been a recent visitor in Danville. from Wednesday afternoon until furMr. and Mrs. II. H. Ban ford, of Chi ther notice. Services Sunday morning cago, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. as usual. Union service at the Forestus Reid. Danville Advocate. Presbyterian church at night. Appeal I will sell to the highest bidder on the premises, located on Col. John B. Dinwiddie returned for funds for local charities will be Hawkins' Branch, about 1 miles from Moreland, Ky.. on from Richmond Saturday night. He made at that service. went up to sell the Luxon Garage for the Interstate Realty Co., but onSOON OVER HIS COLD ly $10,000 was bid and it did not Everyone speaks well of Chambersell. lain's Cough Remedy after having William Swope. of Camp Zachary used it. Mrs. George Lewis, Pitts-fielBeginning at 10 a. m., the following: Taylor, passed through Monday n N. Y., has this to say regarding back to camp from Lancaster, it: "Last winter my little boy. live route where he had been with homefolks. years old, was sick with a cold for His brother, Flovd Swope is now at two or three weeks. I doctored him 15 Paris Island, S. C. and used various cough medicines Misses Ella Rigney, Mary Wilder, but nothing did him much good until Martha Tucker nnd Marie Floyd, of I begun using Chamberlain's Cough 1 mowing machine; 1 wheat drill; 1 hay the West End, returned to Eastern Remedy. He then improved rapidlv IMPLEMENTS: Normal at Richmond this morning and in a few days was over his cold." rake: 1 disc harrow; 1 cultivator; 1 self-rak- e harvester; 1 hillafter having spent a delightful side plow; 1 double shovel; 1 turning plow; grinding stone: 1 Miss Sallie Bim;ette has roturneJ Lnristmas witl. the folks at home. wagon; 1 cart; 1 buggy; 1 cane mill; hay frame; 1 two-hors- e Walter Hiatt says that Santa from a visitjto Lexington friojids. some blacksmith tools. Lot loose Millet Hay and other thingi, Claus brought him a daughter and CENT-A-WOR- D he is very proud of her. His son, Virtoo numerous to mention. eakh gil Hiatt, married Miss Myrtle Brent, (Ad lure nro 1 M'nt (i wnril arlc n.ut Iktui'.) with nnl t mi ml Ion than 21c null Will abo at same time and place, lease the following land to the attractive dauhgter of W. A. 5 acres for tobacco, will burnish barn and sticks: FOR SALE Pure Barred Rock cultivate: Brent. The happy pair spent the Blight. 14 acres for corn; 12 acres for oats, and 12 acres for millet Mrs. Morrison Cockerels. in Indiana. Mrs. Bettie McKinney, the aged Stanford, phone FOR SALE 01 ewes and two mother of W. B. McKinney had a narrow escape from severe burns the bucks, good ones. Chas. Reichen-bacother day when her clothing caught lOH-'J- p McKinney, Ky. from an open grate. The wrap she BIDS for surplus milk from Jan wore was almost burned off of her B. Col. when Miss Annie McKinney came to 4 to July 1918, will be received unher mother's rescue just in timu to til noon Jan. 3rd. Stanford Creamholidays with Miss Belle Denny. Spalding Hill, who is attending medical college at Louisville, Ins re Miss Lucile Cooper returned this morning to her work at Wilkinsburg, Pa. E. F. Davis and family have moved to the Farris property on Ea.st Main street. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hill have returned from a brief visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mershon at Somerset. Miss Isabella Givens, of near Shel- home. by City, spent a day or s i during the wilt Time it! Pope's Diapepsin sweeten a sour, gassy or stomach within five minutes. If your meals don't fit comfortably, or what you eat lies like a lumn of lead in your stomach, or if you that is usually a have heart-bursign of acidity of the stomach. Get from your pharmacist a fifty-cecase of Pape's Diapepsin and take a dose just as soon as you can. There will be no sour risings, no belching of undigested food mixed with acid, no stomach gas or heartburn, fullness or heavy feeling in the stomach, nausea, debilitating headaches or dizziness. This will all go, and. besides, there will be no sour food left over in the stomach to poison your breath with nauseous odors. Pape's Diapepsin helps to neutralize the excessive acid in the stormuh which is causinc the food fernifi la tum and preventing proper diges tion. Relief m five minutes is waitini' store. for vou at any dr cases con These large fifty-cetain enough ' Pape's Diapepsin" to usually keep the entire family free from stomach acidity and its symp toms of indigestion, dyspepsia, sourness, gases, heartburn, and headnche, for many month3. It belongs in your er n, nt nt J. H. Baughman & Co. rNconroitATiD STANFORD, KY. Auto Salesmen Wanted! A&ordTs Garage, Salvisa i WANTS TEN SALESMEN AT ONCE Liberal drawing account with straight salary. To qualify must have experience driving automobile and salesmanship of some kind. Apply Both it before January ure cars and trucks. Public Sale AND RENTAL -2 Thursday, Jan. 3, 1918 d, Two Good Work Horses; One Jersey Milk Cow; One Red Milk Cow; One Black Heifer; Head of Hogs, 100 to 300 Pounds ADS 1- -2 hol-ida- ltI-2. h, Mrs. J. H. Reynolds, Owner John Dinwiddie, Auctioneer ML ery Co. 1- -1 p WANTED A farm of 50 to 125 acres with good improvement. Land must be good. Box No. 12, Waynes-bur89-tKy. f We have about 50 HEMP SEED bushels of good hemp seed for sale. See us quick. Singleton Bros., Crab Orchard, Ky. lp FOR SALE Three thoroughbred Aberdeen Angus bull calves. For information write R. L. Kelley, Somer101-G- p set, Ky., Route 2, Box 54. FOR RENT Two rooms over First Nationul Bank. One a front. g. taJ?3Ll kTJh lit W 1 iTCd i Mammoth Main Street wariUL J lmrrr & Steam heat and conveniences. Delightful locution. Enquire nt bank, tf LOST Sunday between Main street and T. D. Newland's on Somerset pike, an automobile chain, 31 xl. Please return to this office. FROM Jan. 1st on, coal will bo cash at the bin. I hope to keep a supply on hand, und will do my best to get it. Frank Spoonamore, Stanford. W. W. Withers CASH STORE has opened a new clean stock of sta ple and funcy groceries on Logan avenue and would appreciate the patronage of those who enn pay cash 1 and get more for their money. p. Amusement Place I This place embraces billiard hall, bowling alleys, cigars, tobacco and soft drinks. Party is leaving the slate and wishes to sell this business at once, and will sacrifice it. This establishment must be seen to be res-tauran- t, lp appreciated. WRITE OR CALL ON r FOR RENT My house und lot on par- Lancaster ticulars Stanford, erty, Ky. street for 1918. For seo Hughes & McCarty, Ky., or write me at LibP. W. Whipp. W. H. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY ::::; Silliman 8 JHr t?.trf.jflwtm - ... - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, January 1 , 1918 OUR CLEARANCE SALE Begins Tuesday, January 1st, 1918 HPHIS is our Annual Clearance Sale and includes Ladies' and Children's Garments, Dry Goods, Household Linens, Ladies' Furnishings, Underwear, Hosiery, Fine Silver, Glassware, Jewelry and everything else in our stock. i TE advised you last January to buy all you needed then and you saved money on every purchase. We again advise you that the 1918 prices will be much higher. for a year. Buy all you need Come in the Mornings-TER- MS SPOT CASH-- No Goods Laid Aside or Sent on Approval CHILDREN'S DRESSES One-Fourt- LADIES' FURNISHINGS We offer our entire line of Collars, JaNECKWEAR bots, Tie3, Sets, Etc., at a reduction of one-fiftGLOVES All Kid Gloves and Fabric Gloves will be sold at reduced prices duringthe sale. None exchanged h. TAILORED SUITS HALF PRICE We offer your choice of over one hundred finest Tailored Suits, made by best tailors in New York and Cleveland, from only pure wool materials, at exactly half price $19.75 Suits now $25.00 Suits now $32.00 Suits now $39.50 Suits now $ 987 We offer our line of Children's Dresses at a reduction of h from Old Prices. Sale prices will be about One-ha- lf the prices for Spring of 1918. or fitted. All our lines of Women's Children's and Hosiery, including McCallum, Kayser and GothMen's am Pure Silk Hosiery, will be at reduced prices. HOSIERY JACK TAR MIDDIES During this sale we offer $1.00 Jack Tar Middies at 90c; $1.25 Jack Tar Middies at $1.10; $1.50 Jack Tar Middies at $1.30. $12.50 $16.00 $19.75 Our entire line of the celebrated MUNSINGWEAR Munsing Union Suits the best in the world will be offered at reduced prices. CORSETS Warner's Rust Proof, Redfern and Gos-aar- d Front Lacing Corsets will all be sold at reduced prices. $45.00 Suits now $55.00 Suits now $22.50 $27.50 ONE-THIR- D WASH GOODS Every piece of Gingham, Percale, Calico, Shirting, Madras, Satteens, Outing, Etc. will be offered at decided reductions much less than present wholesale prices. LADIES COATS REDUCED MUSLIN UNDERWEAR We will offer our etnire line of Ladies' Muslin and Silk Underwear at reduced prices during this sale. The original prices were same as last year and the discount we will offer will make every garment a bargain. m Many entirely new Coats, which were delayed in transit by the blizzard. Materials are Bolivias, Pom Poms, Silverstones, Velours, Tweeds, Etc. and all reduced one-third. SILVERWARE Sheffield Silver, Sterling Silver of all kinds, best plated 1847 Rogers and Alvin makes. An immense assort- TABLE LINENS AND NAPKINS We have in stock about 40 pieces of Pure Linen Table Damask, at $1.25, $2.00, $2.25, $2.50, $3.00. These were bought in 1914 and are selling now in New York Daat more than double these prices. Also Mercerized masks, and Half Linen Damasks at 85c, 95c, $1.25. A fair stock of Pure Linen Napkins. Also Table Cloths with Napkins to match, at $10.00 to $25.00 a set. During this sale all these will be sold at a reduction. $12.50 Coats now $15.00 Coats now $19.75 Coats now $25.00 Coats now $35.00 Coats now $45.00 Coats now : $ 7.95 $ 9.95 ment to select from and all at reduced prices.. $12.95 $16.65 $22.95 $29.95 DOMESTICS Sheets and Sheetings, Pillow Cases and all kinds of Cottons will be reduced. WHITE GOODS SPECIALS piece 25c Nainsook. piece 30c Nainsook. $2.40 Ten-yar- d piece 25c Long Cloth. $1.95 Ten-yar- d h Shyna Nainsook, was piece $2.70 Ten-yar- d 35c per yard. piece of the Celebrated Shimosa Nain$3.50 Ten-yar- d sook, 42 inches wide. Sells for 45c per yard. h Liberty Bell Long piece $3.50 Twelve-yar- d Cloth. Present market price is $6.00. 15c Yard Pajama Cloth, full 36 inches wide. These were all bought a year ago and we are giving! you the benefit. $1.95 Ten-yar- d SERGE AND SILK DRESSES Every Dress in our stock will be offered at greatly duced prices during this sale $17.50 Serge Dresses now $17.50 Silk Dresses now $19.75 Silk Dresses now $25.00 Serge Dresses now $22.50 Silk Dresses now $32.50 Silk Dresses now $55.00 Silk Dresses now $35.00 Velvet Dresses now . re- 39-inc- $ 9-7- 5 $ 9.75 ." m TOWELS Ve offer a fine assortment of Plain and Fancy Colored Bath Towels at all prices from 20c to $1.00. Huckaback Towels from 18c to $1.25. A few numbers of Pure Linen Huck Towels. All at reduced prices. m $13.95 $15.90 $14.95 $19.75 $29.75 $39.75 40-inc- PLAIN LINENS Linen Sheetings, Union Linen Sheetings, Dress Linens, Linen Lawns, Linen Cambrics at a reduction of 10 per cent from old prices. $1.25 OUTING CLOTH NIGHT GOWNS, at 98c FURS! WE C FURS! FURS! ONE-FOURT- H ?i ER OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF MUFFS AND AT A REDUCTION OF REGULAR PRICES. DRESS GOODS AND SILKS We will offer very decided reductions on all plain and fancy Silks of every kind. Also all kinds of Woolen Dress Goods. NECK. PIECES GOLD JEWELRY Fine line of Wrist Watches, Cameo Brooches, Gold Brooches, Lavallierres, Cuff Buttons, Chains, Bracelets, ofEtc., all bought direct from the makers and will be on the dollar. fered at a discount of 20 cents FROIV. SHIRT WAISTS $3.75 LADIES' SWEATERS $2.50 BED BLANKETS AND COMFORTS It is almost impossible now for us to buy either Comforts or Blankets, and every one we have is worth an sale" so these advance, but we cut "everything too will be at reduced prices. in-th- "i.aria Crepe de Chene Waists at $5.00 Csorgette and Crepe Waists at $6.00 Oo jette and Crepe Waists at RAINC'-DREN'S THIS S S, $3.35 $3.95 WE WILL OFFER A LOT OF ALL WOOL AND FIBER SILK SWEATERS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. AUTOMOBILE RUGS Finest Pure Wool Robes to be had in more than fifteen styles, and all extra large sizes. All at reduced prices for this sale. is SKIRTS, PETTICOATS AND CHILCOATS AT REDUCED PRICES DURING Z. Everything About This Sale Will Be Found Exactly As Represented. No Evasions of Any Kind. All Goods Quickly Marked in Plain Figures and Reduction Cards on Each Line So That You Can Figure Sale Prices A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO. DANVILLE, STREET MAIN KY.