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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): January 4, 1918 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1918 int1918010401_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 4, 1918 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Tiie Established 1 860 58th Year. No. 2 interior journal The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, January 4, 1918 WITH THE CHURCHES Rev. W. D. Welburn will preach IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs. Woodson Hill, aged 70, is dead at Kirksvillc. Hiram Ward, aged 60, is dead in the Cottonburg section of Madison. Mrs. William II .Harris, n well known and popular Danville lady, is dead. P S. G, Morgan, a merchant of Pine Knott, McCreary county, died in a Louisville hospital of cerebral hemfnrtv-oior- l tf - Tuesdays 1 j .i !'fc$?Jays ". Iwr lir INDICTED w MONDAY SHERIDAW' OFFICERS QUALIFY DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER & Nashville RailThe The county officers elected at the PRICES 11. Starks, gener-aII. C. Ambrose, aged 74, died of November election will qualify Mon- road Company; F.M.Sheridan, divis- l Creek Sunday nftcrnoon at manager; W. what is termed as tobacco heart at at Ncal'sthe weather and roads pertake over the affairs of the day and F'. J. 2:30 if Lexington. county. Mr. Thomas A. Rice will take ion superintendent, nnd charged with master of trains, Judge James P. Bailey; The report that Gov. Arthur Yager mit. the place of The Methodists hope to resume AVERAGES ABOVE 30 CENTS would resign as chief executive of Attorney T. J. Hill will succeed Wil- "creating and maintaining n common, Wolfenberg-erworship in the courthouse Sunday. A POUND ARE COMMON Rico is erroneous. Porto liam S. Burch, as county attorney: nuisance," and Willinm .preaching at engineer, charged wilh voluntary ON LOCAL BREAKS. Richard W. Knott, of the Sunday School at 9:30; who has named Editor Harry C. Baughman, Homo by the Louisville Post, left his estate of ov- 10:45. Remember the Orphans' been Robert T. Lewis as his principnl dep- manslaughter, were indicted jury inoffering which should have to his widow. DANVILLE MARKET STILL MAIN- er $200,000 uty, will fill the office Sheriff J. G. special Bullitt county grand wreck at Shephcids-vill- c OF America's exports during the year taken last Sunday. TAINING STANDARD Wcathcrford now holds; James N. vestigating the 20, which resulted in orrhage December ended arc said to exceed six billion 0 Presbyterian Church.Sunday, Jnn. HIGHEST IN STATE. George 1 ltzpatrick, aged 55, at- Cash will succeed "E. D. Kennedy as Sunday School 9:45: Morning deaths nnd injuries to dollars. Imports were less than three at his of the county, George B. Service 11. The Communion will be tempted suicide by shooting is in a nsscssor as county clerk, George F. scores of others. Under the Kentucky billion." county, and AVERCooper Indison DUNN & HUGUELY GET deaths celebrated. C. E. Meeting 0:30. Un home in condition. Thorn were only 1.391 DoBordc, as jailer, nnd Garland Sin- statutes, Engineer Wolfenbcrgerof n critical AGE OF OVER 33 CENTS Sermon a liable to punishment in the form among the 900,000 soldiers in train ion service at 7 o'clock. Offering by school superintendent, tne gleton according Pulaski FOR THEIR CROP. lor report of county,county agent,to sold succeed asthemselves; Dr. W. B. will fine or imprisonment, or both nt the ing n this couAtry from Sept. 21 to Rev. II. J. Brazehon. the the United Chanties Iund. ty 9i ns Lincoln county's repre discretion of the jury. The L. &toN., a Christian Church Sunday School $92,970 worth of hogs and $234,000 (Danville Advocate, Wednesday) Seekers" ticket which The "Home will wear the ermine that ns a corporation, is liable onlv xuxi. Tobacco is continuing to bring have been on sale over all railroads 10 o'clock, R. M. Blackcrby, Supt. wortn oi oucKwncat uunn Dunlnp is sentative G. Gooch will discard, and fine, for creating and maintaining a Hon. W. The wife of Richard P. and morning sermon, high prices on the local markets, past fifteen years have been Lord's Supper and will be coroner in the common nuisance, but General notwithstanding the severe wathcr for the 11 o'clock. Subject: "A program for dead in San Francisco. She was Miss John Meeks Starks. Division Suncrinteiidc.it discontnucd. Minnie Robinson, of Winchester, ana place of Dr. W. J. Edmiston. .T. 1. Sheridan and Master of Trains Fish- will preach growers arc bringing their crops to Sale of war thrift stamps in Ken- the Year." The minister service at her husband is a brother of Dr. Fay-.tt- e Dudderar will be the only magistrate to a fine or 'mpmon-mentown. Rejections have been an un- tucky has been highly satisfactory, the sermon at the union to succeed himself. The others are back are liable Dunlap, of Danville. church Sunday known proposition this season. the discroMon of the or says James B. Brown, director of the night. Presbyterian Nclan, who was taken from Sam M. Owens, of the Hustonville the jury. both nt Oliver Do not forget the offering for Although quite a lot of wet, froz- campaign in this state. Danville on district, T. L. Tucker, of this Crab passenger train at en tobacco in the worst sort of conuirls' ornhanacc of local charities to be taken at that u Tim little complaint of the railroad attaches Orchard district, and Henry Hall, of TAX RATE RAISED TO 75 CENTS dition has been on the floors, the Oneida Institute, the famous school service. over to the Federal grand Wavnenburu nil democrat! except avcarges arc still keeping up. The members of the Goshen church was hold,the "Burns of the Mountain" At a meeting of the city council charge of selling whisky the latter. Such a spledid hunch of splendid market to- founded by Rev. L. N. Boling, of jury on have called There was a wrecked by fire. men in charge of this good county last night, which by the way. was his co- was partially Tuskegcc Institute, the Brodhcad, to preach for them this to soldiers. day, and Col. Ike Dunn and Records of should make ft boom like sli3 never the last for the present councilmcn, workers are highly pleased with the colored institution of learning at year. Rev. J. G. Livingston, who wns has before, and we shall expect to see the tax rate for 1918 was fixed at OVER 1,900 MEMBERS church result. Tuskegcc, Ala., show that 38 per- instrumental in building the anil 75c, which is 10c more than it had Many farmers have netted more sons, all but two of them Negroes, and has been their ellicient As the result of the Christmas Red her do so. been for the last two or three years. thirty-seve- n years, Cros3 Drive there are 1,925 members pastor for profit per acre this time than the were lynched during 1917. order THANKS TO SUPT. SHERIDAN It was necessary to do this in chargstill A'alue of the land, and the growers At lonnt six Mexican bandits were win wlinn his health nermitsmonth of the Red Cross in this county, yix the increased amount The people of Stanford are under to meetthe Stanford Water, Light & having been added to the former are naturally elated especially those killed in a fight between bandits and preach one Sundny in each ed by membership of 958. In addition to Insting obligations to Supt. W. F. Ice Co., which has raised it3 rates who sell on the Danville breaks. Fol- United States troops and Texas for them. lowing nre a few averages secured Rangers Saturday at San Jose, Mexwas a surprised preacher in this good work several hundred dol- Shcridnn, of the L. & N., for secur- on wnter and lights furnished the There of several at the Peoples House this morning: ico, opposite the Indio ranch, which town Wednesday night. The gentle- lars' worth of yarn has been knitted ing for themlooked as if there was "ity 15 per cent., or from $4,260 to Hughes, oi uarraru is twenty miles south of Eagle Pass. man was none other than Rev. How- into sweatnrs, scarfs, wristlets, etc. coal when it Dunn anil raise is surearthly show to get any. Supt. 54,899. The reason for the the minister county, sold the following baskets: shipments of hundreds expense ox running tne The finding of a note bearing the ard J. Brazclton, Usually heofmain- Three dressing, hospital shirts,ofpaja- no 33c . who lived here many years the increased 1(30 pounds at Sheridan, gical company. A few bills of Flori- Christian church. 32c following, made Gov. Catts, the capi- tains his equilibrium under trying mas, etc., have been made and all when he was chief train dispatcher business of the 185 pounds at nnd some routine a warm place in were ordered paid to, after which 35c da, station a guard around . bunch of 150 pounds at of this division, has and passed on tal at Tallahassee: "Bombs are circumstances, but when a not often were acceptedcounties in this as people and work was attended . .. 34c section his big heart for Stanford 225 pounds at Some bade each me, Capitol un- men, some of whom do 35c ready; don't fail tonight at home." attend prayer meeting, dignified that have been able to report larger mem- he was determined that they should the members of the board as further 290 pounds at guarded. Meet me in other farewell, as far ,. 35c cold when it was suffer Lincoln, but none can 325 pounds at with is concerned. Congressman George Holden Tink-ha- servicenight, their presence Wednes- bership thanwork, and the cood wom tint power from 33c to help them. We do not work together preacher began his 270 pounds at day of Massachusetts, who fired the searching for the reason, and finally limit her in . 2fic . 205 pounds at a entitled to the lion's share of know how he did it. hut he got en are uy AND HIS HORSE . 23c nrst snot sent agais. ftusua to cars of coal for the Stanford CHANCELLOR was a New Year resolu190 pounds at . thi decided itcongratulated them accord- the credit. American, while on a visit The New Orleans 20 . .'. Water, Light & Ice Co.. when that 145 pounds at excellent Italian front, arrived at an Atlantic tion and contains 21 meeting the concern was ready to shut up shop of Dec. 30thGeorge E. anChancellor, 85 pounds at ingly. But BRYAN TO OUR RESCUE pdrt the fir3t of the week on a French crowd hurriedafter the lack of fuel. Mr. Sher- picture of away leaving the parAVERAGE, $30.95 steamship. In ansewer to a wire sent him by because of the even those Mayor A. B. Florence, of this city, idan's good turn for Stanford and voungest son of Mr. and Mrs. Bedell counAnother earthquake at Guatemala son to turn off the lights; Dunn and Hughes, of Garrard him to telling him loft people will not be forgotten, but Chancellor.of Walnut Flat, this that the people here her will make the clever gentleman tv. The paper also prints a picture of county, sold the following baskets: virtually destroyed the city. A Navy living up his stroet tne uarn nnu everything come alone throusn t of coal, Federal it 33c report said ?r,0 notinds at were sadly in need Mr. Chancellor's crack bang-tai35c was in ruins and that 125,000 peo- snow. Approaching his house he Fuel Administrator for Kentucky. even more popular here than he now Emden, a by Broom80 pounds at na- heard the sound of many voices and W. B. Bryan, of Louisville writes: "I is. 3Gc ple were in the streets. American 190 pounds at stick, which is a bread winner with upon entering ho found the same am in telegraphic communication 35c val vessels have been ordered to give won four 200 pounds at crowd that had scampered away with Hazard and Harlan coal opera- DEATH OF WELL KNOWN LADY few equals. He has alreadv 38c assistance. 210 pounds at New Orleans with Emden frnm the church a few minutes be tors in an effort to secure for your who is races at paper says he seems to have 40c Miss Laura Lindenberger, 150 pounds at Men who receive dishonorable and the than the 34; from the armv hereafter will fore. They were none other who had town a sufficient amount of coal to related to Judge James P. Bailey enough speed to beat any that may 295 pounds at official board, 33c get terms of imprisonment with their men of his remove the present conditions." Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Cooper, of this city, start against him. Mr. Chancellor has 105 pounds at that - 33c discharges, according to i rumiK plannedanthe surprisesocial they might Bryan says further that he is doing died at the home of her uncle, Hart had remarkable success with his 340 pounds at evening in everything in his power to alleviate Bailey, in Shelbv county, Tuesday. informal 30c made by Secretary of War Baker, spend 280 pounds at horses, and white his string has only 25c acting upon the belief that dishonor-abl- e the nracher's home, thus giving him tlin nmitn situation and that Stanford She had made her home with her four in it, he has nrolably won more 250 pounds at continutheir they unci., for snmn time. Miss Linden races in the last Civv years than any discharges have been sought by another expression of brought with people may rest assured-thAVERAGE, $33.20 ed good will. Thev berger had visited here frequently man on the turf with an equal num coun- many as a vehicle of escape from them their own refreshments, con- have hs Hester and Long, of Lincoln and is remembered by many of our military service. ty, sold the following baskets: sisting of ice cream, sherbet, cake, SPLENDID BANK STATEMENTS people as being a splendid young ber of thoroughbreds. 31c 245 pounds at fruits, eandv and nuts. These were woman. She was the daughter of BULLY FOR F. P. SPOONAMORE Tr. mil- - .ulvnrHsinp columns this is 32c GIRLS! HAVE A MASS 275 pounds at served by Mesdames J. B. Foster, ., OF BEAUTIFUL HAIR, the statements of George Lindenberger, of New York, 33c Brazelton, the sue will be found Frank P. Spoonamore, the clever :530 pounds at and H. SOFT, GLOSSY, WAVY J. H. Woods present J. grace the oc- the Lincoln Countv National Bank, and a sister of Miss Lillie Linden- miller and coal dealer, has the thanks 31c to 275 pounds at onlv ladies National berger, at one time considered the of Stanford people generally for let33c the First National Bank, the added 360 pounds at Stnnll' Bottle Dentroys Dandruff casion. That which the factinterestto Bank of Hustonville and the Crab most beautiful woman in Louisville. ting the Stanford Water, Light & 32c of which 365 pounds at the occasion was Beauty of which show And Doubles . 29c Ice Co. have 100 bushels of coal 255 pounds at ...... the crowd was previously unaware, Orchard Banking Co., those instituYour Hair THE CAMPBELLS LOSE SON 29c birth- the splendid condition Tuesday, when it looked as if water 250 pounds at that Thursday would be the 31c tions are in. The deposits of each is Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Cam obeli, who and lights would have to be cut off 405 pounds at appli- day of the surnrised host. It was a Within ten minutes after an 29 380 pounds at ennsnn of pood fellowship enjoyed at high water mark and they all show lived here a number of years ago, because of a lack of fuel. He posication pf Dandcrinc you can not find hu n inllv. rnllickine set of men who that the year just,cosea nBue(i 28 hn.l thn msfnrtune to lose bv death tively declined to sell any person or 200 nounds at a single trace of dandruff or falling ultitelr'son.Erriest Pettus Campbell, firm, that much ot coal xnat ne h"airaridiyour'scalp..wiUnot:tchitoAi lilffi-25siirurisclirjrhe support is o? the i kii a.; r,mo' Sfl gotUm.Jnvt very obligingly ala quad-- oc what will please you most win dc fully ernV&ndas ;a Tt Jio "the' 'nbove-co245 pounds at always given to every good enter- ruple and see you can inuna county to vjraD urcnara ior iniuiueuv. mu any banks ter a few weeks' use, when you sec prise. Fortunate, indeed is the of better 26 1.1 fi nounds at mother, who is a sister of Will H. result the Stanford Water, Light s the State. new hair, fine and downy at rrst Pettus, the Crab Orchard druggist, Ice Co. was able to run as usual. who can number such men of Lincoln's size in AVERAGE, $30.00 yes but really new hah growins preacher reared in that pai-- t of among his. friends and supporters. scalp. THURSDAY having been Mi, and Mrs. Campbell SMALL.POX AT CRAB ORCHARD all over the UNTIL CONTINUED LONDON this countv. BAILEY HILL IN A little Dandcrinc nrmediately have been living at Bellevue for the Garfield Elder, who shot Fred Dr. J. G. Carpenter, chairman of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hill received a doubles the beauty of your hair. No STANFORD SOLDIER UNDER FIRE Hill, also of the East End of the past ten vears. Young Campbell, who the Lincoln Countv Board of Health, letter from their son, Bailey "We have had several brushes county, how dun, taiiou. tiruue 16 years old, was a member informs the Interior Journal that a in a fight on Sunday before who joined the navy some months difference scraggy, just moisten a cloth wilh with the enemy since reaching the Christmas and who has been out on was but Sam's Navy and was a fine son of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Hays, of Uncle ago. It was written in London under and here, which I am sure I t;nn Danderine and carefully draw it trenches linndwill bo tried next Thurs boy. the Crab Orchard merchant, has a date of Dec. 7th. Among otner minus through your hair, taking one small would not have reached had it not The young man case of small-pohe says: "We had some awfully tnind at a time. The efioet is ams- - been for Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. day. Debline'8 .doctor did not deem town rou-jweather coming over and I ine.- - your hair will !) rgnt, itury It has entirely cured me oi indi- him well enough to come towill he SUDDEN DEATH OF A CHILD came in from the West some time the dithought at times that the ship was td wavy, and fcavp an appearance gestion and awful gas in my stom- vesterday for trial. Elder, itcontents "Clarence" Earl Rambo, son of Mr. ago and was taken ill with arrival. good remembered, emptied the roll over. Rations are short Rambo, who is assistant sease a few days after his .going to lusClarence ach. Army food now digests as of abundance; an im'o nui-jii- e shot gun into section foreman, died very suddenly Dr. Carpenter savs further that Dr. d in England, about all we can get to tre, softness and luxuriance. as mother's used to." It is a simple, of his fish and a cup Debline, with whom he had some Wednesday morning. The little fel- W. J. Edmiston is looking after the cat being a piece of Get a small bottle of Knowlton's harmless preparation that removes, possible of coffee or tea. The people are eat- Danderine from any drug store or the catarrhal mucus from the intes- trouble over a horse trade. low, who was onlv seven months old. case and that every effortspread of prevent a ing grease for butter and neither toilet counter for a few cents and tinal tract and allays the inflammawas found very ill when his parents will be made to ENTERTAINED awoke at an e'arly hour Wednesday tho loathosome disease. " sugar nor white flour can be had. We prove that your hair is as pretty and tion which causes practically all entertained and he died in less than two nours. had a German air raid and I have a soft as any that has been neglect- stomach, liver and intestinal ailMiss Ellen Ballou BAILEY & RUPLEY h McROBERTS, piece of a German bomb that I hope ed or injured by careless treatment ments, including appendicitis. One Saturday evening for tho ones who The burial occurred in the Mt. McRoberts, Bailey & Rupley is the graveyard near Higbland Thursto bring back to you all. Love to evor money refund- had been awav and were at home that's all you surely can hive dose will convince Pen- tho holidays. The guests met at The day afternoon, after remarks by Mr. name of the firm, which is a succeserybody in Stanford." beautiful hair and lots of it if you ed. Lincoln Pharmacy and The sor to McRoberts & Bailey, the 1 1 ny Drug Store. Princess at 7:u ociock aim they J. C. McClary, of this city. try a little Danderine. YET and popular gents' furnishing IS NOT COUNTYtVlrt JUDGE Kfimd- - will just to the picture show, after which an nnvf nf T.. n mtnlnVi r.M GAME people, corner Main and Lancaster where VOGEL'S MINSTRELS OUIT BILLS BOUGHT SOME FINE DUROCS returned to The Princess, com-. A . O. nn so- office. i PIE SUPPER PAID THE UUUY III uuti uhn lirmiP'ht his streets. Invoicing has just been firm, nnn Tt... Col. R. H. Crow, of the Shelby elaborate lunch was served and a the pleted The following shows how the $13.-3- 5 those composing the was sent Sheriff J. G. Weatherford back from Hodgen-vill- cial hour or so was spent with show to Stanford Dec. 1st. assited and Ed Brady, salesman, are is minstrel the Lynnwood nio realized bv a commission as countv judge of supper, Nov. 28. has been expended City section, he attended the Duroc charming hostess. There were twenty-- will close down Saturday next, and where on all who to this county, when it should have been while. This an- ready and willing eve wait their adverCol Crow two in the party. & LaRue. quit the game for a of on come. Keep your sent to Mr. T. A. Rice, who was elect- by the teacher for the benefit of tho sale someMillen Durocs, but he added him at fine nouncement was made by 155.40 has at tho top of the fourth ed to that office in November. He school: To Severance & Son O.. where he played this week. tisement this paper. It will be worth four "peaches" which he HUSTONVILLE MASONS ELECT page of will of course return the document for six window shades at 90c: J. W. to his lot the Millen & LaRue sale. Members of Hustonville ioge, Bad business and trouble in getting money to you. SI. 50 for three gallons of at once. to the chief executive admit thatMr. Acey oil at 50c, per gallon; George bought at His purchases were superb yearling No. 184, at, the meeting on fTiuay. i,ic abnw nvnr the road during the he floor WontViorford's friends by Ohio Colonel, Adanco Dec. 28th, elected the ioiiowinu war times are reasons given for his TRAYLOR PROPERTY UNSOLD would make an excellent judge but H. Farris $4.70 for Xmas treat for sows, sired ensuing year: John B. Top Colonel Advance. On account of the fearfully cold to let juuge iucu suivu nupils. The total of which is $11.60, Colonel and bred to the best hogs in Riffe, for the Stanley P. Stephen- closing down. are all willing are Master: weather Saturday very few peonle before they nominate leaving a balance of $1.75 which TheyState all bis term out J. REMEMBERING THEIR FRIENDS attended the sole of the Traylor and their progeny should son, S. W.; M. B. Carson. will be spent for repairs on lcks the and elect him. W. Col. Crow McRoberts & Bailey are remem- property on Danville avenue, now ocfor door and windows. Mrs. Mc- - be great. paid for the would not sav W. Hoskins, treasurer; Charles S. bunch, but ad- Adams, Secretary, E. V. Carson, bering their friends and customers cupied by Mr. J. Nevin Carter and what he Bee, teacher. NOTICE mitted that they cost him a very D.; Nath Hicks. J. D.; Frank North with a cute little bill book, which family, and the United Realty Co., On account of the extreme prices and Roger Hicks, Stewards; G. L. comes in mightv handy for those who deemed it best to postpone for a ELECTED FOR 19)8 snug sum of money. we are compelled to pay for timber OFFICERS e have a bill these cold, Bradley, Tyler. while efforts to sell it. Mr. Francis, Lodge. No. 60, F. & A. M Lincoln and our inability to ship our finished times. E. T. Ponce, Jr., wanting all who came to conduct the sale, gave Friday night, Dec. 29th, DELIGHTFULLY ENTERTAINED stock we have decided to close our in session on MacDowell Society entertainMISS McKINNEY ENTERTAINED to know that the weather is frigidly away a number of presents to thoso plant at Somerset. After Jan. 12th, elected the following officers for this ed The away thermometers to who held cards calling for them, biir their friends at tho beautiful The members of the Mozart Club cold, is giving we will not accept any more spokes v.nr? J. O. Newland. Master: J. W. did not offer the property. It is prob-abl- o G. H. Masters, J. W.;i home of Miss Elsie Coleman, on East and their friends were enteramed in those who call for them. of any kind. Anyone hav- 'Acey, S. W.;Pennington. or billets evening. Sec; Sam1 Main street Friday decorated, Tho a lovelv manner on Thursday even- y that it will change hands prion hand made to our speci- Dr. T. W. ing billets the beautifully HER TROUBLE IS GONE vately soon. notice and bring Robinson, Treas.; John Meeks. Tvler;i house was and hall in national col- ing by Miss Nancy Kathenno McKin-nefications, please dining room Mrs. Thomas H. Davis, MontgomIhe at her home on West Main.blacu, ery, Ind., says she had trouble with them in to our inspector on or be- J. C. McClary. S. D.; J. H. Wricht, ors, library in Christmas colors and THE GRIP THREE WEEKS D. Messrs. Pcnninoton and Robinwere old gold and i J. fore the above date. for HAD 'January comes lagrippo, linroyal purple and decorations With Inc., son have held the offices they were reception room in colors. Miss Esther the club colors. Miss Ellen Ballou her bladder and had doctoredwhen Singletree Co., Columbia , gering colds seem to settle in the again elected to for a dozen or more old gold, the club presided very gracefully at tho frappo several months without rolief, Somei-setKy system, causing ono to ache all over, fill the places so well Burch, Miss Ellen Ballou and Mr. bowl. An ice course was served. Foley Kidney Pills were recommendyears. Thev enusing thorn feel feverish and chilly, tired, heavy commenced Coleman assisted in tho Some fifty or more guests were pres ed and sho GETS GOOD RESULTS QUICKLY there is little or no thought of elect- Thomas backtertaining. There were 40 guests. A ent. nnd got relief. They relieve and drooping. Mrs. Lizzie Tylcs, HenThese few lines from J. E. Haynes, ing nny ones in their stead. ache, rheumatic pains, stiff, swollen derson, Ky., writes : "My daughter delicious salad course was served. McAlestcr, Okla., deserve careful Evhad lagrippe for three weeks, I gave o r.ETS GOOD FAMILY joints nnd kidney trouble. Sold reading by every ono who values WAS FEELING ALL RUN DOWN Croup At Midnight Well In Morning Somerset, Va., her Folcv's Honey and Tar and now Louis Buckner, Mrs. W. H. Curtis and sons. Ster- ery where. good health: "I find no medicine "A few nignts ngo ono oi my ni- ling and Clyde Curtis, have bought sho is all right." Sold Everywhere. so mildly and quickly with writes: "I was feeling all run down; which acts AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS yoaiiHs ns Fofov Cathartic Tab tired, with pains in mv back. Alter trons had a small child taken with the Napier farm close to Crab Or.n.i They empty the stomach and taking Foloy Kidnev Pills I felt like croup about midniirht" writes M. T chard and have moved to it from the There were several auto accidents MRS. AMANDA HUSTON DEAD lets. Mva Amnniln Huston, aced 75. during the holidays, but fortunately Bearsvillo, W. Va. 'They came bowels, giving all of the digestive or- a new man." Backache, rheumaticn Davis, store and got a bottle of Fo- place on tho Crab Orchard pike they few if any of our people were injur- died on the 29th nnd wns buried in B. W. Gnincs. By Sold Every- pains, stiff joints, sore muscles, swol-lo- to my recently sold to Mongans a healthy action." blad ley's Honov and Tar. Before morn-inn- - this exchange Stanford loses a mighty ed. Mike McCarty. whose auto was the Campbell burying groundold laankles, nnd where. thn child had entirely recovered." good family to its suburban town of struck by an L. & N. tram at tho day. Deceased was a splendid yield quickly to this der ailments coughs, colds, Danville crossing, had a very narrow dy and her deatth has caused much STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING remedy. Sold Everywhere. Use only Foley's forEverycwhcrc. d Crab Orchard. escape but was not muchi hurt. His sadness in tho neighborhood the had croup and grip. Sold stockholders of A meeting of the lived so long and where she was auto wa3 badly damaged. Company will bo LUCKY NUMBER IS 835 the Lincoln Trust Our Jitney Offer Thii And 5c. en"NIX" greatly beloved. Ky., Bond LIGHTLESS NIGHTS FOR of tho slip, held at its office in Stanford, No. 835 drew tho Liberty Don't miss this. Cut tins Fred L. Sears, chairman STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING on Tuesday, January 8, 1918 for the given away by Ed Kahn, tho county, close with five cents to Fo cy & Co., MOZART CLUB ENTERTAINED committee of Jessamine Tho stockholders of tho Crab Orjeweler,, a few days ago Tho fuel ordered that none but absolute- 2835 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, III., election of directors and transaction Miss Annio Kathcrine Matheny enhas Banking Co. will meet at the of such other business as may como number has not yet been sent in. If ly necessary lights shall burn in writing your name and address clear- chard house at 10 A. M Tuesday tertained in honor of the Mozart banking not in bv Jan. 15th, another number Nicholasvillo on Thursday nnd before them. y ly. You will receive in return a trial 1918. for the purpose of Club and friends, at tho home of her containing Foley's' Honey Jan. 8, ihn directors for the ensu- - sister, Mrs. Morrison Bright, Tuesr will be drawn. nights. Tho order is made that naeknr coughs, colds, wtimy The pearl is growing in popular artisti& Tar Compound, for year and attend to such other day evening. The house was decoraGov. Stanley has made Irvin S. coal may be conserved. favor more rapidly than tho diamond, and croup. Foley Kidney Pills and ling business as may come before the cally decorated in Christmas nponrdincr to tho foreitrn trade de Cobb, the author, a member of his Sold tions. About forty were present. Liberty Service Leaguo meets to Foley Cathartic Tablets. body. H. G. Skiles, cashier. partment of tho National City Bonk, staff. In other words it is Col. Cobb night at 7 o'clock. Bo there. now. ij of New York. HIGH Lod-pni.- FOR TOBACCO Fish-bac- k, - ht llan-nm- sr t, nc-lov- cnr-loa- first-clas- s. se-cr- al l-- 2c Times-Picavu- l-- 2c Depai-tmen- l, four-year-o- ld - at l-- 2c l-- 2c nmr-wlinu- RendchndftT. Deb-line, nt IS-- -, l-- 2c x. -- double-barrele- "HOME-COMERS- Mo-ria- ir well-know- 2-- 2-- n T.-- .I.. -- ....,, 7 e, Gal-linnli- s. ui-fle- J-- high-pric- -- r sleen-distrubin- g time-trie- Dan-vill- o Sun-da'- l-- 2t o- "J -- - IJ '' ''- -- i Wlljf JWW icjfefk - WW SlSfanfordIentucky, Friday, January -- 4, 1918 u TRY IT Com- BREAKS A COLD IN FEW HOURS Firtt Dote Of Papo'i MUery Cold pound Relieve All Grippe Don't stay stuffed up I Quit blowing und snuffling! A dose of "Papc's Gold Compound" tnkon every two hours until three loses arc taken will end srippc misery and break up a severe sold citlier in the head, chest, body or limbs. nosIt promptly opens cloggcd-utrils mid air passages; stops nasty discharge or nose running; relieves sick headache, dullness, foverishness, so'-throat, sneezing, soreness and p o stiffness. accept a substitute. 'Tape's Cold Compound" is the quickest, surest relief known and cots only a few cents at drug stores. It nets without assistance, tasto nice, and causes no inconvenience. Don't 2-- 1 naturalized Germans in America, Police, postmasters and all United States authorities will assist in the round-uof alien enemies, and complete information will 1ms obtained; including photographs and finger prints. p High-clas- The Department of Justice lias set aside the week of February 4 for registration of the half million un- GIVE FARMER BOYS CHANCE Secretary Maker has a plan to permit farmer boys in the army to return to their homes at periodical intervals to assist In crop production. He outlined it to n delegation of New York farmers, who protested against conditions created by the scarcity of labor. Headed by L. C. Stiver, the farmers representing the New York Federation of Farm Bureaus, explained in detail the difficulties which confront the farmers. They did not ask for exemption of farm laborers, but suggested that it would be necessary either to exempt farm labor or conscript it. It was pointed out that the crop of 1917 was short largely because of inability to secure sufficient labor. This, the- farmers admitted, was duo somewhat to the migration of farm laborers to industrial centers, but the taking of men from the farms into the army, it was explained, had made the situation worse, and if the crop of 1918 is to be at its maximum some relief must be given. The Secretary told the farmers he was studying a plan to grant furloughs in the spring and the fall to boys from the farms whoso training had been sufficiently advanced, on the condition that they would return to their homes. A compulsory leave irom me army in omer w) assise wun tho farm work, however, is no part of the plan. Join the Red Cross today. Miss Atnallo Ituzlcko, 1449 South 16th St., Omaha, Nebraska, writes: "I have suffered wltli catarrli of tho ' throat. I caught cold and It settled In my throat, and I coughed badly anil was very weak. I could not uleep and had no iippetllc. 1 had two doctors, and hail tnken so many different medicines and found no help. 1 thought I will have to give, up; but At last my mother read about Perunn, so 1 thought of trying that great medicine l'criinu I Rot a bottle of It and In about four days I almost stopped coughing, and after a while I Fiircly Those who object to liquid medifound relief, and from that time we are not without I'oruna In our home," cines can procure Peruna Tablets. Catarrh of Throat Could Not Sleep No K"W Appetite Now Well. Home. H.is We Always Have PERUNA in the bmt, Hal, Over- Jf w 1 If f I s Journal office. job printing at the A Prosperous 1918 to You the observation of the Holiday spirit. Therefore, in extending our .service to our good friends of the trade, may we ofTer our best wishes for a 1918 that will bring you health, contentment and a goodly share of the material things of life? Once a year we lay aside the thought of commercial endeavor and for a short time dedicate ourselves to The Penny Drug Store E. R. Coleman, Prop. Telephone No. 2 WORD FROM DR. HANF.Y Middleburg, Ky., Dec 30, 1917 To the I. J. To do one's bit. To help wm the war is the all absorbing topic of both hemispheres. Indeed a voluminous subject. I presume theic isn't an adult individual in all tlvs vjist space, even the slackers, who has not been implored to take a stand or do their bit. toward winning or ending the world war. That bill sin Iowa representative offered in of late, if passed I think would be the key stone in the arch hrulginR us over. The Americans arc full partners. If we win all go up rejoicing. If we lose all go down. The outcome of the whole depends .ipon all the factors involved. And home of the most efficient factors from very standpoint are in Washington. Might sav from three standpoints vik. When, where and what? Now, I presume we all agreed that a member of the U. S. congress ought to know when to give. I refer to all aid and comfort, but mostly to money. Elucidating further or to where thnsu august members know 'vhere it would do most good. Lastly.tbe what. Now we all agreed that the ability depended Largely on the amount of filthy lucre. We have reason to believe they are possessed with plenty. We do not presume to know the motive of this Iowa man in offering this measure, but trusting his motive was pure, and if so h's constituents ought to 'je to it that he remains in Washington. If we ever needed benefactors, its now. Mr. Editor hope this will not go to the waste basket too soon. If you see too many imperfections in this, put on some polish. Very truly, .1. M. HANKY, A Subscriber. A ron-irress lawyer and real estate broker. has the distinction of being the only woman member of the New York Real Estate Exchange. Women conductors on the New York surface lines wear natty uniforms, consisting of blue coat, blue skirt and leather bags with military A city federation of women's clubs has been formed in Denver for the more effective prosecution of movements relating to the public welfare. New York. Mrs. Agnes K. Mulligan, Emperor receives a salary of fifteen hundred dollars a year as committee clerk of the Denver city council. Women are to be employed as weighbreaker hands, ers and runners in the nnthracite mines of Pennsylvania. New York women are organizing to give active aid in the great task of reconstructing the wnr devastated regions of France. Miss Katherinc Russell Blceckcr has stepped into the spotlight as active manager of the Broadway theatre, one of the historic playhouses of Miss Frank .1. head-tenders, coat ,J fil JwL i d y jW ana Shoes The well-dressed, jroM&Mk MMf i full-dresse- cap. the-bes- t man, for whom is none too good, comes to r - PRAYER FOR THE NEW YEAR Lord God, we lift to Thee A world hurt sore Look down, and let it be p Wounded no morel K.--: Lord, when this year is done That wakes today Many shall pray to Thee Who do not pray. Let all lips comfort them, AH hearts be kind, They who this year cl"U le:v Their joys behind; That tho their hopes are gone Thou dost not go: They who shall give for Thee Lover and son, Show them Thy world set free, Thy battles done! Give them Thy comforting, Help them to know ROBINSON'S Next Door to Lincoln Bank '"TRsaa J II " four-year-o- Just Received! A car of buggies. Let us show you before buying. We guarantee to please you. : : : OF WOMAN INTEREST Six counties of Kansas have women county clerks. The University of Pennsylvania has l,(i2!l women students this year. Some of the most active real estate brokers in New York city today-arwomen. ..(Mrs. S. C. Tallmnn e AT FLLSSBURO. year-ol- d horse to J. R. Allen $100; ' ' e stock ..ml housc- -' one horse to Albert st Ellin ioi ct rown $126; cutting box $9.25; r -' .' I wage .Au.i harness S33: ". Jr .. iin $"0. Oother farming apparatus! f ' M ' .1.1 uaiu (, ui ba,- John ..- - j ..J.UI Mil tS''.' COW 'Hid Lower $70 ; 14 head Dinwi"dii J1:? . ...... to jv a Wilson at ?1S).75 per No doctor can curc what ails 'oa E. Allen $8H; one yu have a mean disposition. horse to Lafe Lane $144; one five-'$3fc.WV.Vfc S!U WttatXStXXXSXVWCXX ld two-hors- z w '!' . ""- -- rtp ,,i.y K I . .'.,'. iff .w 11. a if V. E. T. Pence, Jr., ALLEN Stanford - I cessful plumbing business in Rutherford. N. J. There are more women than men Lord God, we lift to Thee in the student hotly of the University A world in pain, of Washington. Look down and let it be Mrs. J. W. dale, of Calgary, is the Made whole again! first women to be elected to the board of aldermen of any city of job printing at the In Panada. terior Journal office High-clas- s conducts a t - . 1 -- suc- .'.. . "7t. WZTA J.MdB4 i Mammoth Main Street J' HEIATT, Asst. Manager Walnut Street Warehouse-- ' JOHNfS. VAN' tVlNKLEf Secretary JESSE W. OVERSTREET, Ast. Mgr. People's Tobacco Warehouse Amusement Place This place embraces billiard hall, bowling alleys, restaurant, cigars, tobacco and soft drinks. Party is leaving the state and wishes to sell this business at once, and will sacrifice it. This establishment must be seen to bo A appreciated. : : ; : . . WRITE OR CALL ON tt jr fVfct fc""""Wfl VmHltftfiBnp ? 7 iji d" F! w 1'V, y iiiy bLLLh.tc mLBCmILLLLLLLLLLLLLV W. H. Silliman DANVILLE, KENTUCKY xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Averages Abo ve 30 Cents Are Common These Days We will hold auction sales every day, excepting Saturday and holidays from now on. You can rest assured that Danville will be the highest market in this section, as we are the closest market to the largest and manufacturing plants in the world. Our accommodations for both man and beast are as good as the best. The loose leaf floor plan is the best and only way of marketing tobacco to insure the highest dollar to the grower. These facts have been demonstrated in Virginia, North and South Carolina, where they have been selling tobacco on this plan for the past fifty years. Drive your wagon to the Danville market. You will always find some one to attend to your wants, and welcome you. During the sale we will do our very best to get you the highest market price for your tobacco. All the large factory buyers are on hand at each sale. We have experienced men in all departments to look after your interests, including two of the finest auctioneers in this or any other state. Our charges for selling tobacco will be the same as last year. The fact that everything else has increased makes no difference here. The warehouses do not buy tobacco except on sale at auction. We do a strictly commission business. Free stables and no rejection fee. Appreciating your past patronage, we hope you will see your way clear to bring us your tobacco, guaranteeing you the highest market prices, absolutely accurate weights and an re-dryi- 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 J.H.Baughman&Co. STANFORD, KY. all around square deal. Peoples Tobacco Warehouse Co. I. M. DUNN, President """"" DANVILLE, KENTUCKY tached will permit neither hunting, fishing nor trespassing of any kind on our property, and thoso guilty of doing such will bo prosecuted to tho full extent of tho law: M. D. Elmoro, U. S. Traylor, J. D. Nave, Louis Nave, S. J, Embrv, J. L. Robbins, J. C. Fox & Son, Geo. B. Prultt, Mlko Rogers, James Smith. A. L. Thompson, Ed Dullard, Father P. Leo, Fred VonGruenigan. Albert VonGruenigan, J. 13. Camenisch, Proctor Heirs, J. M. Pettus, W. L. Cordier, Frank Smith, Jacob Adolph VonGruenigan, John Herzogg, Geo. L .Sudduth, D. M. An Gun-der- r, Wo, whoso names are hereto at- POSTED! derson, T. Hews, B. J. B. Myers, J. T. Hackley, Logan Hubble, Mrs. Nancy J. Smith, Blight's Inn Farm, F. L. Thompson, WHITE CO, J. E. Bruce, John J. Carter, Montgomery, Mattio II. JGW LOUISVILLE, KY. Llboral atsortmant lnd full value paid ::r-FUBS Mlrfaa and Boat Ua The Interior Journal $1.50 a year. vTl lhe Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, January 4, 1918 Page 1 hree i1 1 4 it th "i fo Ci st i W a am Soi oa "I thji toj Ada tnffl said S,4 108, N.j stoij acre etoni polej 3-- POty then, 4 1 in, a' And polei n W.J Wagoner, August (NR) 102 3.87 Martin, Clay, 27 acres 7.72 Miller, Mrs. Delia, 27 acres 40.95 acres . Wcntzcl, August (NR) 80 3.44 McCormack, Wm., 12 acres.. 22.32 McCowan, Mrs. Jewell E., 2 and 80 acres Wren, Sherman, (Hrs.) 30 1.60 lots 1.87 McGinnis, Arthur, 1 lot. acres ....,., C.10 . I, J. G. Wcathcrford, ShcrifT of Wren, Mrs. A. C, 2 ncres 1.65 Mcintosh, Miss Annie, 1 lot . 2.10 Lincoln county, Ky will on CRAB ORCHARD (Colored) 1.25 Peck, L. B., (NR) 1 acre . STATEMENT OF CONDITION It has been very gratifying to 2.28 Rcid, John, 72 and 20 acres 10.56 Buchanan, Ella May, 1 acre.. Monday, January 14, 1918 the officers of this Bank to note 7.68 Reynolds, W. A., (NR) 10 Clark, Jim, 1 and 16 acres.... OF 10.59 the number of new accounts that ncres same being County Court Dny, offer Davis, Joe & Will (NR) 100 23.39 acres 1.G5 Root, A. D (NR) 50 acres have been opened with us during for sale at the Court House door in Guest, Henry, 2 acres 4.50 Russell, Arthur, 1 lot G.09 the past year and especially in 1.25 Sclmire, Fred, 50 acres... Stanford, Ky,, the following real Hays, Sarah, 1 lot 5.13 view of the fact that in most inG.54 Shcrrow, J. A., 3 acres Higgins, John,' 9 and 15 acres 6.40 property, returned delinquent, samo 5.18 Sluider, Everett (NR) 1 acre 2.28 stances these new accounts can be being the amount due for state, Johnson, Alex, 16 acres 3.87 Smith, Oliver (Hrs) 1 acre 2.28 county, school and state road taxes Lee, Tom, 2 acres directly traced to the influence of Mullins, John 1.35 Smith, Mrs. Zora, 110 acres. 4.20 for the year 1917. Said salo to n Rice, Peter, 1 (NR) 1 lot satisfied customers. In presenting 3.24 Terrell, M. D G6 acres lot 47.22 at 1 o'clock P. M., standard time. the within statement to our friends 2.92 Trusty, Geo.. 1 acre 3.24 The, names of those paying before Vnndever, Geo. (Hrs) 3 acres 4.20 Woodall, Ollic, 3 acres.. and customers we want to call . 5.13 that date will be stricken from the Whitley Heirs, 1 lot 3.05 Yocum, Geo., 1 acre WAYNESBURG (White) your particular attention to the list CRAB ORCHARD, KY. 4.9'! 5.14 Yocum, Tom (Big) 5 acres. Allen, C. M., G5 acres increase in the Deposits of this J. G. WEATHERFORD, Sheriff 3.56 Yocum, N. A., one ncrc Ashley, 36 DECEMBER 31it, 1917 Bank during the past year and to Lincoln County, Kentucky August, W. B.,(NR)acres acres 23.38 Yocum, Everett, 1 acre 4.60 .. 134 12.45 A. J. assure you of our appreciation of STANFORD f.White) HUSTONVILLE (Colored) 10.23 August, A. G., 90 acres 6.40 the loyal support on your part that Baugh, Frances (NR), 1 lot..? 2.30 Austin, Sarah, 420 acres . 14.72 Alcorn, Geo., 3 acres 4.50 Bcnnet, A. 11., 102 acres 4.18 Anderson, Geo., 16 acres. 100.42 Ball, Mrs. II. P., 142 acres. . has made this statement possible. 6.40 8.95 Armstrong, Chas., 1 lot. . Bourne, Elijah, 405 acres 7.76 Ballingcr, G. W., 100 acres . 3.87 . Brown, Frank, 1 lot. Bowen, II. L., 540 acres 5.16 9.45 Barber, E. L., 24 acres It shall continue to be the polOFFICERS .i.40 Bowen, Elijah, (NR) 2 and . 2.87 Brown, John, 1 lot. Baugh, J. W., 31 acres.. icy of this Bank to be of the ut5.13 Brown, Geo., 1 lot 14 acres (bal) 5.57 3.22 Baugh, Kcly (NR) 35 acres . J. H. Collier President most service to its patrons and on 4 20 Carpenter, Dr. J. G. 230 acres 122.12 Baughman, James, 25 acres . 5.14 Brown, Hnwk (Heirs) 1 acre W. E. Parkins . Bruce, Alex (Est.) 30 acres a basis of Security, Satisfaction Carpenter Heirs, 1 lot 7.34 G.55 Bauman, J .H., 24 acres H. G. Skilcs 8.5 Cashier . .... and 1 lot 13.10 Carrier, James, 25 acres... . 3.25 Baxter, W. D., 1 lot and Service we solicit the Bank. 8.74 O. Raymond Skilcs Asst. Cash. Dave (NR) 1G20 Collier, Boll, J. T., 41 acres 7.82 Burdctte, John, 14 acres ing Business of the citizens of 2.28 6.10 Burdette, Sarah, 5 acres. 22. G4 Bunch, Mrs. Evn, 60 acres. acre3 Crab Orchard and vicinity. 3.87 Cook, J. F. (NR) 244 acres.. 14G.09 Burnett, J. D., (NR) 50 acres 2.62 Carpenter, Jake, 1 ucre.. DIRECTORS 1.29 1G.G0 Cloyd, Lizzie, 2 acres Cramer, W. J., 1 lot 2.92 Carman, Chas. 106 acres H. G. SKILES, Cashier 1.35 Cloyd, Lucy (Hrs) 1 lot. J. M. Collier Josh Wilson "Daiey, C, 15 ncres H., 1 acre 7.13 2.G0 Carman, G. 1.65 Cooper, Jas. (Hrs) 1 lot . . W. E. Perkias W. T. Cover Estes, S. O. 9 acres 18.27 Case Threshing Machine Co .370 . Goode, Mrs. Joe, 1 lot 3.55 Cooper, James, 1 lot. 55 acres .. . "THERE ARE LARGER BANKS G. B. Lyne 5.45 J. C. Bailoy 7.36 Gulp, Mnlissa, 6 acres 7.68 Lake, Sid, 2 acres 7.G8 Coleman, G. W., 85 acres. . J. A. Harmon H. G. Skiles BUT NONE SAFER" 1.25 Frye, James (Hrs) 2 acres. Lawson, Martin, 27 acres 4.82 5.78 Cook, J. W., (NR) 2 acres . 2.91 3.87 Givens, Ellen, 25 acres JUercdith, O. L. (NR) 13 Curtis, F. N., 25 acres 2.28 3.25 Givens, Horton (NR) 1 acre acres 4.20 Denny, Granville, 35 acres.. 1.65 3.25 Gooch, Ed, 10 acres McCard Heirs, 30 acres 3.55 Denny, James, 35 acres . 3.15 3.25 Gooch, Ed, Jr., 1 acre. . Newcomb, Mrs. Sallie, 1 lot 2.28 Denny, Jasper, 10 acres 3.87 & Denny, W. T.. 35 acres Nichols 3.25 Goode, Wolf, 1 acre Reynolds, 180 2.28 Goode, Sam (Estate) Emery, Mrs. Belle, 145 acres acres 7.36 24.54 Good Samaritan Lodge, No. Parsons, Mrs. Rebecca, 2 lots and 1 lot 7.3G 6.10 87, 1 lot STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF Price, Jese, 1 lot 2.85 Estrath, E. M. (NR) 40 acres 12.11 4.20 14.80 Hocker, Alfred, (NR) 1 lot. Simpson, Geo. L. 4 acres 3.84 Fields, John, 70 acres 4.82 Hocker, Harrison (NR) 15 Stevens, Ed, 15 acres 6.21 Fisher, Mrs. Chas. J. 1 acre 7.36 acres Flanary, Jesse, 4 acres 3.24 Thompson, J. H. (NR) 30 6.40 6.10 Huston. Wm., 8 acres acres 4.32 Flint, Sam, 1 lot 4.82 7.36 I. O. O. F., 1 lot Vanhook, F. N. (NR) I lot 4.81 Floyd, Mrs. E. Ann 290 acres CRAB ORCHARD, KY., DECEMBER 31st, 1917 3.60 6.50 Johnson, Richard, 1 acre. "Woods, J. M., 24 acres 3.87 Francis, Cora, 1 lot 4.20 5.04 Jones, Mrs. James, 1 lot Yates, Walter, 13 acres 3.25 Gastineau, Geo. W., 15 acres 3.87 6.41 Lyons, Will, 1 lot Young, H. G., 16 acres 5.69 Gastineau, J. II., 75 acres 1.65 8.SH Mastcrson, N. (Hrs.) 2 acres Gibson, W. D. (NR) 25 acres STANFORD (Colored) RESOURCES LIABILITIES 3.25 3.23 Morton, John, 2 acres .Adams, Richard, 1 lot 5.15 Gooch, Cicero (Hrs) 57 acres Loans and Discounts 2.28 McCormack, Rose, 1 acre $ 82,412.24 $ 15,000.00 Capital Stock Gooch, Mila, 38 acres 9.60 Baughman, Buck, 1 lot 6.G2 1.G5 U. S. Bonds and War 4.20 McKinncv. Joe (Hrs.) 1 acre Surplus 1,800.00 Boone, Mag (NR) 5 acres.... 2.21 Grant, William, 70 acres 3.25 Bright, Tom, 4 acres 3.87 Harshbarger, H. C, 53 acres 24.78 Owens, Willis, 12 acres Saving Certificates... Reserve for Taxes 247.44 9,202.40 5.10 Patton, Newman, 3 acres 4.84 bright, Polly, 1 lot 2.91 Howson, Chas. (NR) 40 acres County Warrants Deposits sub525.44 Patton, Wm., G7 and 40 acres 21.22 2.28 Brown, Dan, 1 lot 8.25 Henry, Solon (NR) 50 acres 6.70 Overdrafts ject to 59.83 4.50 Patton, Dave. 43 acres Bruce, Gill, (NR) 1 acre 4.20 Hicks, Day, 2 acres 4.50 Banking House and Fix7.18 Roe, Geo., 1 lot check $101,057.96 Craig, Givens, 1 lot 4.30 Higgins, Elma, 55 acres 4.50 3.87 Smith, Wm., 1 lot Craig, Allen and Givens, 1 lot 2.53 Higgins, Wm., 8 acres tures 2,900.00 Time Depos. 1 lot 3.38 Craig, Phoebe, 1 lot 2.28 Holbrook, W. M., 24 acres . 15.32 Steele, Chas., 3 Due from Banks 26,105.27 its G.847.35 11.18 acres 8.95 Tucker, Kate, Craig, William, 1 lot 3.57 Houp, Osbourn, 147 acres Cash Cash, chocks 4.93 Walker, Tom, 2 acres 4,635.93 888.36 108,793.67 Howe, Mrs. E. B.. and Mrs. Dawson, Dan (ND) 1 acre.... 2.92 7.68 E. R .Embry, 145 acres.. .. 32.08 Yowell, Sam, 1 lot ... 3.24 Farris, Ben, 1 lot 3.25 G. M. O. of F., 1 lot Total 7.36 Jacobs, Lucy B., 35 acres $125,841.11 .$125,841.11 Total... OF HEALTHY 15.32 IMPORTANCE 7.36 Johnson, R. L., 102 acres G. U. O., 1 lot KIDNEYS 3.87 1.65 Karreth, C, 100 acres Harris, Willie, (Hrs) 1 lot.... It is tbe object "of this Bank to serve well the community in which it is lo2.92 Kennedy, Richard, (NR) 130 Harris, Lucy (NR) 2 acres.... cated and us evidence that the service it renders is entirely satisfactory 14.35 Stanford Readers Should Learn To acres Hays, Polly, 1 lot 1.98 Hays, Jim, 1 lot to its customers we point to the growth as shown by the following com Keep The Kidneys Well 3.87 Kidd, Mrs. Maggie (Hrs) 40 2.28 acres Higgins, Henry, 1 acre 2.85 parative statement of deposit 21.98 Higgins, Slyvia, 17 acres 2.62 Kincaid, G. J., 40 acres The kidneys have a big work to Kishup, Fred, 84 acres 8.95 do. All the blood in the body is Hocker, Joe, Admr. Chas. December 31, 1914... $ 43,575.17 Stephenson, 2 acres 2.28 Lannan, Sallie (Heirs.) 40 coursing through the kidneys con7.36 stantly to be freed of poisonous matacres Jeffreys, James, 3 acres December 31, 1915..., . 3.24 50,089.26 3.36 ter. It is a heavy enough task when Lackey, Wm 3 acres 4.50 Leach, Edmond, 1 acre December 31, 1916..., 76,224.53 Melton, Reuben, 6 acres 3.87 the kidneys nre well, but a cold, chill, Joe, and Dora Belle December 31, 1917 108,793.67 3.70 fever or some thoughtless exposure is Simpson, 3 acres 2.02 Merritt, Dee, 1 acre 5.79 likely to irritate, inflame and conLovelace, Will, 1 lot 8.95 Morgan, Floyd, 25 acres Wilier, Geo., 1 lot 3.25 McLaughlin, T. W., (NR) 60 gest the kidneys and interrupt the 2.92 purifying work. acres McMullin, Logan, 2 acres 4.93 G.40 Penman, Ben, 3 acres 4.50 McMullin, A. R Then the aching frequently begins 6.63 Newcomb, W. M., (NR) 1 Penman, Hiram, 1 acre and is often accompanied by some 3.55 irregularity of the urine too freacre Penman, L., 1 acre 3.87 5.80 quent passages, sediment or retenRoss, Squire, 20 acres ,... 7.68 Nolan, P. H., 28 acres 35 Catherine, Shears, Mary Logan, 1 acre 2.28 Osterman, tion. Thousands testify to the won13.72 derful merit of Doan's Kidney Pills, acres Simpson, Jas. F., (Hrs.) 30 JUNCTION CITY chains made by them and with red MIDDLEBURG W. M., 21 acres... 6.40 a remedy for the kidneys only, that ares 3.30 Osterman, Miss Anna Woods, of Wilmore, is Xmas bells. Owing to the unfavorable weather Simpson, Alex (NR) 30 acres 4.82 Otto, Geo. W. (NR) 116 has been used in kidney troubles 50 guest of Miss Margaret Lee J. C. B. Noble has sold for Joe years. You will make no mistake in for gathering corn, much of the crop the 3.35 Padgett, II. II., 50 and 126 Smith, Yantis, 1 lot Grubbs. Schlacter his White Oak place of 95 29.32 following this Stanford citizen's ad- is yet in the field. acres 3.55 Smothers, Carrie (NR) 1 acre 5!47 vice. Sergeant Bryan Prewitt, of Camp acres for $5,500 to James McKnight, 3.55 Padgett, W.'"G.',"'30"acres.!!! Thurmond, Amanda, 4 acres Frank Chapman, who deserted tho Taylor, was at home on Xmas fur- of Breathitt county. Mr. Schlacter Padgett, Mrs. Fanny L., 1 Thurmond, America, (Hrs.) W. A. Brent, R. F. D. No. 2. says: army has moved to the Cream Ridge farm at Camp Taylor, was arrested lough. 2.28 "I have used Doitn's Kidney Pills and lot 1 lot 2.28 Parsons, Henry (NR) 50 by Sheriff J. D. Taylor lust week and Duck McCollum, of Akron, O., was up the creek. 1 lot 3.87 know they are a good medicine. My Thurmond, Ed, Chas. Campbell and family have 4.82 kidneys were weak and inactive and carried back to headquarters. acres at home with his sister, Miss Ruth 3.55 Tucker, Geo. Ann, 1 acre moved to the Yeager-Nobl- e farm on Pingleton, A. C, 30 acres 5.14 I had sore and dull pains across my McCollum. 3.55 Wallace, Matilda, 1 lot John B. Dinwiddie spoke for the 2.24 back. Doan's Kidney Pills soon put Rev. Ernest Ford preached his last White Oak and Miss Nannie Noble, Woods, Mattie, 1 acre 1.65 Reynolds, Manford, 19 acres is staying with them Reynolds, Avery, 35 acres... 3.24 my kidneys in good shape." Red Cross here Sunday afternoon sermon as pastor of the Christian his CRAB ORCHARD (White) Reynolds, J. W.. 15 acres 3.24 Price GOc, at all dealers. Don't when $41 was raised to be used in church Sunday and stopped with while teaching White Oak school. 4.50 Ross, W. D., (NR) 129 acres 22.62 simple ask Allen, John, 5 acres Prof. E. L. Grubbs, his old Mr. and Mrs. Frank Powell moved for a kidney remedy get fighting the Kaiser. G.10 Ross, C. G., 25 acres Beck, Mrs. Ernstine, 92 acres 5.90 Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Our clever townsman W. J. God-b- Moreland teacher. He has been call- last week from Dr. J. R. Steele's to Benge, Anderson, Sr., 80 Rowland, Robert, 1 lot 5.14 Mr. Brent had. is on his feet again after several ed by the Campbellsburg and Sul- Turner Court, Danville. Mr. Powell n Co., 02 Sanders, Jerry M., 100 and Acres weeks' confinement to his home with phur churches for 1918 at a much in- has been promoted to an inside clerkMfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. 1 Bogie, R."t7,' G8 "acres!!.'."!"" 10.30 40 acres 14.05 rheumatism. He looks somewhat creased salary. ship in the postoflice there. 5.13 Sanders, J. N 147 and GO Ballard, John W., 10 acres .. A RED CROSS FORCE worsted by his long confinement and Miss Ada Steele, of the Louisville The Cumberland Grocery Co. got 3.S7 Brwcr, John, Jr., 45 acres. .. 23.94 acres The following is taken from the suffering but all are glad to see him in a car load of bananas just in time Conservatory of Music, came home 3.57 Sanders, Dr. P. C. (NR) 5 Brown, A. B., 15 acres for Xmas. Pineville Sun, and will be of interest out again. and helped Miss Margaret Keane in Denny, A. C. (Dock) 12 acres 3.35 12.13 to the many interested in Red Cross acres W. T. Moore captured a large The Xmas tree at the School on the the Red Cross drive. Dishon, Robt. (Hrs.) 4 acres 2.27 Shuler, M. O. and M. J., 116 black eagle on his farm two miles Hill was a success Friday. The teachwork in this section ns well as to the It is with regret that we chronicle Dillon, Ansel, 15 acres 17.85 acres 11.20 legion of friends of Mr. Coleman, a below town Thursday a week ago. ers received presents from their pu- that Mrs. Chloe Murphy and Mis-- s Frith, T. S. (Estate) 4 and small shot and pils and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Boling Emily and Master Willie Murphy Singleton, Mrs. M. A., 12 Mr. Moore shot it with splendid resident of this city: 7.91 75 acres 1.15 acres have moved to Louisville. Any statement that Labor and slightly wounding, but sufficiently to were remembered by the faculty. 10.40 Gorn, John, 15 acres 3 lots 42.83 Capital cannot work in harmonv is bring it down. He then managed to School will begin Wednesday, Jan. Capt. McGraw has three boys in Grant, Mrs. Dave (Hrs) 240 Singleton, E. L., 20 acres 3.24 proven as false by the action of the capture it after a battle of some 2nd, and domestic science and man- the army now. Frank at Boston in na4.83 Singleton, Geo. (NR) 35 acres Coleman Mining Company and its minutes. It is n great curoistv to ual training will be resumed on Mon vy, John at aviation station in Kan 2.53 Harlow, Mrs. Mary, 12 acres 3.55 employees last week in the effort of neople, who have seen it. Mr. Moore day. Jan. 7th at 2:30 acres sas nnd Billy at Naval Great Lakes H., 84 acres 8.21 Sims, Virgil, 2G acres Harris, John 3.87 the Red Cross Chapter of Pineville is trying to tame it and has named Misses Imocene Doss and Gertrude traininir station, north of Chicago 30 3.75 Sims, Jim, 25 acres Harris, J. S., 90 ncres 2.87 to secure fifteen hundred new mem it Woodrow. He first thought of call- Richardson, with the help of their miles. Harris, Elisha, 72 acres 7.72 Simpson, Ira, 50 acres ing it "Rill Kaiser." but that would pupils, decorated their school rooms 7.25 bers in and around Pineville. 4.83 Smith, Mrs. Eva, 164 acres.... Hedrick, John (NR) 20 acres 7.26 with red, white and blue pnner Remember our hoys in France. Mr. C. R. Coleman, General Man- be treating it too badly, he thoutrht 2.92 Smith, E. D 25 acres (bal.) e Helton, Jessie (NR) 25 acres 3.20 ager, working in connection with a A difficulty occurred near 2.35 Smith, C. A., 50 ncres Hicks, Mrs. Ann. 52 acres.... 7.68 committee of miners, composed of Tuesday night between L. S. Holmes, John W., 7 tracts, Speagie Heirs, 16 acres 3.13 Messrs. Finlev Donaldson. Chas. Brown and Esker Black, in which 288.32 Thumer, M. J., (NR) 11G con. 834 acres Ends. Thos. Hill and Chas. Roop. se- Brown seems to hnve come out onlv 3.35 Hopkins, Oliver, 75 acres 11.20 cured applications for membership second best. As tho tale goes Black acres 5.14 Vest. Jim, 1 lot Howard, Garfield, 50 acres.... 10.22 and cash payment from every em- and his wife were returning from 14.89 Vinson, K. (NR) 48 acres.... Irvin, W. D., 75 acres 4.82 ployee of the company, one hundred Tennessee whither they had cloned 78 acres (bal.) 4.18 Ware, W. B., 50 acres Johnson, J. H. 4.93 in number, and the check for this to get married and on reaching LibKidd. A. L. and Ullie, 189 Warren, A. F GO acres 14.99 amount was sent by the company to erty had hired Brown to take them 7.19 Webb, Ed (NR) 20 acres.... acres 4.82 Mrs. R. E. Samuels, treasurer of tho to their home on Hatter Creek, south 7.50 Whitaker, Benton (NR) 70 Klebs, Chas., GO ucres local Red Cross Chapter, and placed of Yosemite, but on reaching a point 4.82 Kruger, Fred (NR) 60 acres 8.63 to the credit of the Red Cross fund about a mile bevond that town Brown acres Lackowitz. Lewis, 118 acres.. 11.95 Williams, T. D., 40 acres 11.50 in the bank. refused to go farther and demanded 11.15 Wright, J. S., (NR) 120 Manuel, J. F 1 lot So far as we know the employees his fare. Black refused to pav until AUTOMOBILES WILL BE SCARCE AND HIGHER IN THE SPRING. Masonic Lodge o: acres 8.63 of the Coleman Mining Company are the contract was complied with. Hot 3.54 Yocum, Ellis, 12 acres 1 lot LOOK BUY YOUR CAR NOW AND SAVE MONEY. 3.05 the first in the State on the Honor words ensued and as a consequence 3.25 Yontz, James, 10 acres Maupin, Wm., 40 ncres 4.20 Roll that is being published showing a fight, in which Brown scorns to OVER THE FOLLOWING LIST OF BARGAINS 3.87 Young, Mrs. Peg (Hrs) 10 Minks, A. M., 7 acres that every employee is a member of have gotten the "hot end of tho po7 (NR) 1914 Ford Minks, Marrican $200.00 acres .. 1.65 the Red Cross Society. Wo take off ker." took place. His head was very 2.93 1917 Ford acres $250.00 our hat to the miners of Fox Ridge badly bruised and he wns otherwise WAYNESBURG (Colored) 8.89 1917 Ford Sedan, Electric Starter $650.00 having it nil to 3.55 for their loyal action and would like used un. Thev were Wilkinson, 8.31 Owsley, Jim (NR) 40 ncres $375.00 Moes, Alonzo, 14 acres 1915 Saxon Six, Electric Starter. all other mining camps of Bell coun- themselves when Jim HUSTONVILLE (White) $750.00 50 Electric Starter 1917 Studebaker, Mufller, Wm. (Estate) commonly ty to follow their example, and if known as "Mud 2.92 Austin, Jason, 21 ncres $1100.00 1918 Studebaker, Electric Starter acres 1.65 there is another company in tho nen," hanpened along mid scnuruted $950.00 9.90 Bice, Geo. T 8 acres Electric Starter 1917 Mitchell, McGcc, Mrs. Kate, 1 lot 4.97 county with n record as good as this them, otherwise there would likely McGee, Mrs. Bertie, 1 lot 4.34 Brawner, Mrs. Mary, 1 lot... 1914 Buick, Electric Starter $500.00 4.19 ono wo would like to know about it hnve been a funeral. Sheriff J. D. 10.23 Carpenter, John B., 53 acres Electric Starter 1917 Buick, $550.00 Parker, Conrad, 22 acres 7.67 At a meeting of tho miners of this Taylor nnd Jailer Mose Overstrect 0.10 Clarkson, Sam, 1 lot Electric Starter Payne, J. F 3 acres (bal.) $650.00 1916 Buick, 2.92 company, held on Thursday night, came up early Wednesday morning 5.48 Davis, Geo., (NR) 100 acres Electric Starter Payne, Wm. A., 2 acres $1000.00 1917 Buick, d 6.10 Decemobr 20th, not a single dissent- and arrested Black and his Pettingill, F. P., 40 acres 10.30 Dclk, Geo., 25 acres 6.20 ing voto was cast on tho proposition wife nnd took them to LiberIf you want to sell an Automobile if you want to exchange an AuKayborn, Clarence, 50 and 1 Gaddis, Mrs. Sue, 16 acres.... 2.91 to join tiu Red Cross, and again we ty for trial, but we have not been adtomobile, see us. Can make deliveries on NEW BUICKS promptly. 5.48 Goode, W. R., 10 acres acres 5.65 say three cheers for tho Fox Ridge vised na to the result Brown has 3.87 Horine, E. D., (NR) 400 Rogers, John, 2 acres been pretty successful in enminers. 5.46 Howard, E. M., 50 and 58 Rogers, Mrs. Sarah, 40 acres counters of this kind, but wns up Ilutledge, Chas., 2 acres 5.02 acres 22 22 ngainst this time. In fact the Hatter STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING 2.92 Hughes, Geoi'VEstatoT'Tlot Sanders, L. L., 1 lot 20 and Tho stockholders of the Bank of Creekors are usually in "train"when Shaw, Thomas Y. 72 acres Ingard, Frank (NR) 50 acres 2.28 don't have to wait for training 29.00 Ingard, Levi. 76 acres and 1 lot 3.57 Morelund will meet at the banking a fight is to be pulled off. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY Smith, Mrs. Joseph T 100 Jones, Mary E., (Hrs) 1 lot 2.28 houso in Moreland on Tuesdav. Jan. acres 4.83 Kenney, T. Will (NR) 230 8. 1918, for the purposo of electing L. B. CONN, Prop. A representative of the Cuban Walnut Street, Phone 798 Smith, W. Riley, 30 acres.... 4.20 acres 8.63 directors for the ensuinir vear and government bought of Giltner Bros., Smith, T. J 38 acres 9.30 Lay, John, 18 acres 7.17 attending to such other business ns'nf Eminence, three venrlinir Here Stevens, James, 25 acres 4.60 Louisville Tob. Warehouse may come before them. Charles Wil- - ford bulls nt C00 and six registered 3.24 Taylor, Janes, 1 acre Co., 1 lot i. 26.44 hoit, Cashier. UiSf at 9309. Sheriff's Sale For Delinquent Taxes (ftntb rrlar& lanktttj (Ha be-i- . . rassa Vice-Preside- nt 1 drab rdjarii banking Qkmtpanij sister-in-la- w y Foster-Milbur- 2-- i j . Yose-mit- BARGAINS In Used Automobiles 1'reacli-ersvill- e, col-orc- d. .. newly-wedde- The Danville Buick Co. 1 l-- 2t !V l fta . A'W.UMj:,u E9 k-- . mAm&;Ptei i iilT rmn -- . A te&LrU I - s, - Page Four The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, January 4, 1918 Condition of v. jpeaki sublimity, an J ccry pail liat a voice. Its st ripe i o( alternate red and white proclaim the original union ol thitteen ttatet to maintain the declaration ol independence. White ii purity: red for valor: blue for Jutice. Chatle. Sumner (1873) IT The Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky at close of business, December 31,, 1917 ' if 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 BUY WAR-SAVING- S STAMPS AND CERTIFICATES National Bank STANFORD. KY. CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE Lincoln County 4,550.00 Banking House, 7,001.00 Fur. and Fix. Interest bearing obligations 1586,241.26 Cash and Duo from Banks.. 170,421.48 Total $756,662.71 LIABILITIES Capital Stock ?100,000.00 Surplus and Profits 56,909.50 100,000.00 Circulation Deposits 499,753.24 Total $756,662.74 H. Shanks J. B. Paxton W. M. Bright J. W. Rochester F. Lee Hill Hartwell Shanks "V. RESOURCES Bills $386,360.13 U. S. and other 188,330.13 Bonds Fed. Res. Bank-Stoc- k ' Adler Clothes President Vice-Preside- We are the authorized sellers in Stanford, of this famous line of clothing for men and young men. We sell Collegian Clothes because we know" they represent the best values we can give our customers. They are the kind of clothes that fit in with the ideals of this store. ' A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SUITS AND OVER COATS, PRICED FROM $12.50 to $25.00 DROP IN AND LOOK THEM OVER. nt Cashier Assistant Cashier Bookkeeper Bookkeeper IT'S A PLEASURE TO SHOW THEM! Condition of The Lincoln Trust Company Stanford, Kentucky The Lincoln County National Bank Earnings for Six Months, Ending December 31, 1917 v McRoberts, Bailey &Rupley MAIN STREET )vDO0G At STANFORD, KY. at close of business, December 31, 1017 RESOURCES Loans Due from Banks $ The Interior JouraVii E. C. Walton and J. H. Wright tnttrtd t 31,1G0.44 .00 34.160.44 Total $ Discounts, Interest and Ex.' change S 12,619.60 Disposed of as "follows: ": V Reduced Bank D1,J, imj;. anu D.,,1 uiin Debts 654.50 lecond clan mail mnt'n 1 th potteffiot at Stanford ' ''' i 'i LIABILITIES Capital Stock $ 25,000.00 1,250.00 Undivided Profits Fund to Pay Tax 119.75 Trust and Guardian Funds.. 7,618.24 Due Banks 172.45 Total W. H. Shanks $ Fvnmip., ,. Tnrnr- . -- est anct raxes ,.. paid Dividend No. 41 Keg. Dividend 37r $3,000.00 Spe. Dividend i I iffl 6,965.10 f ;f - H 34,160.4 1 '!" 2,000.00. 5,000.00 $ 12,619.60 J. B. Paxton W. M. Bright President Trust Counsel Secretary-Treasurer J. W. Rochester Asst. Sec.-Trea- s. Lincoln Trust Company's Net Earnings, 3 per ct. $750.00, has been car- ried to Undivided Profits Congressman Harvey Holm th? last night for his post tf ity nation's capital. Anl.cJ juof v" rcre he took his rtprivtir"' 'f h wrH ' ' . J' a caiiiiiuau! that he would oe and tint his announcement would apnear m anun- dant time. This will be good news to Congressman Helm's friends all over the district, and from llic, majorities he always grots, his frionda must include almost every democratic voter. It is very probable that he will have no opposition and he should have none. This is no time to swap horses and Mr. Helm's services in the House have been entirely satisfactory to those who endorse President Wilson's course, and they are verv numerous in this section of Kentucky. He has been with the President all along the line and has made a record that, his constituency has right to be proud of. The mere announcement that he will again stand for the "nomination virtually means that ho will go back for another two years, for he has long since proven that neither the democrats nor the republicans have a ghost of a show to defeat i " ..- .re THE LATEST WAR NEWS Three British torpedo boat destroyers were sunk through being struck by torpedoes or hittincr a mine off the Dutch coast on the night of December 22, with the loss of thirteen officers and 180 men, the Admir-le- ft alty announced. ' Though it (us '",n decided to rush An.-.i troop3 to I ranee, Secretary :' ha.- made up his mind of V'...: that th j v"ill not be permitted to terfere with the training of soldiers m the various cantonments. Efforts will be made to improve every department of the army, especially the ordnance Bureau. The men who are going to. do the fighting for the "United States will be the young men who have no families and no one dependent upon them, according to a decision reached by Secretary of War Newton D. Baker and Provost Marshal General Crow-dewho say that Class 1, under the selective draft plan, should provide all the men needed for the war. U.-kc- r Available figures indicate that physically and otherwise-quaiifiamen may be had when all of the questionnaires have been returned properly answered. Col. S. M. Owens, of Hustonvillo,. refused $10 per barrel for a wagon load of corn the other day. - How's" Tiiis? We offer Oik- - Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be oured by Hnll's Catarrh Medicine. Hall's Catarrh Medicine hns been taken by catarrh sufferers for the past thkty-flv- o t years, and has become known as reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Medicine nets thru the Blood on the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Pol-sfrom tho Blood and healing the disthe-moson in-sa- id eased portions. After you have taken Hall's Catarrh Medicine for a short time you will see x In vour ceneral Breat Imprcvement r, health Stnrt taking Hnll's Catarrh Medicine at once and Ret rid of catarrh. Send for testimonials free. F. J. CIir.NKY Cc CO.. Toledo. Ohio. Sold hv all DruR!;!st, 75c. trnarysffisaaa B To Our Patrons: The patronage you have given during the year just closed is greatly appreciated by us. We thank you and ask that you continue to deal with us during the year which is just begun. It will be our aim to give you the very best goods at the most reasonable of prices. Remember it is a pleasure for us to serve you. If we haven't in stock what you want we will order it for you and do it cheerfully. Come to see us whether you want buy or not. It pleases us to have you around. him. rit THE LINCOLN TRUST COMPANY is authorized by law to act in all Trust Capacities and is subject to examination by the United States Government and the State of Kentucky and is owned by the Shareholders of the Lincoln County National Bank, and both institutions are under the management of same Officers and Directors. DIRECTORS Who Direct the Management of The death of Editor Richard W. Knott, of the Louisville Post, removes from earthly scenes one of the ablest newspaper men in the State, if not the South. He was as indepen-eand fearless as mortals ever get to be and his vitriolic broadsides at treason, whether in high places or low, in most istances made conditions better. He was an able defender of right, as he saw it. and while seldom on the winning side, he always gave to the man or proposition he was for the best that was in him. While he made enemies for the time, his extreme sincerity of purpose made those he fought soon forget and eventually admire the man who had the courage to say and do what he thought he should. nt These Banks Geo. W. Carter W. M. Bright W. II. Cummins W. D. Edmiston J. Embry, Jr Lilburn Gooch R. L. Hubble S. Stanford Stanford Stanford Crab Orchard Stanford Stanford Stanford E. C. Walton W. M. Matheny J. Menefee, Sr A. T. Nunnelley J. B. Paxton J. W. Rochester T. C. Rankin W. II. Shanks Stanford N. Stanford Stanford Stanford Stanford Stanford Lancaster Stanford Many of our lawyers, at the expense of their private practice, are devoting day after day to helping the drafted boys lill our'their questionnaires. It is hard and exacting work, in some instances taking a couple or more hours to make out a single lawyers, of The questionnaire. course, are working without pay and they are giving ui day after to this task. Their cheerful resnonsu to the call of duty is in line with the snirit beinu; shown by .real men everywhere in taw great country. It is rather a new spirit and it is full worthy of every encouragement. Turner sville Supply Company Bryan Bradshaw, Mgr. For Sheep We are headquarters for all kinds of Try our Dairy Feed for your stock ewes; il is for the hog; unexcelled. We have for the cow; Fatina for your feeding cattle, in fact, feed for all stock. Try some and be convinced. Pig-Chow BRODHEAD FAIR ASSOCIATION STATEMENT Purina Feed w Cow-cho- T. W. WktflkL&i ( JONES-Pho- ne No. 1 .THE INTERIOR JOURNAL $1.50 A YEAR! Total coat of ground and buildings, about $2,500.00 Total amount of stock sold 1,570.00 Leaving and indebtedness of" 930.00 The United States enters the new The profit for the jenrs 1911, 1915 year with a natipnal net debt of and 1910 was applied to this debt, $5,il0,000,000. more than live times leaving a balance of SU00.00 on note greater than when it entered the war This year the Association cleared nine months ago. but only Hi per cent on the investment. We of the debt which promises to develhae paid $200.00 principal and op by tho first of next yQar. The debt $19.00 interest on tins note, leaving per capita is about $51, and the a balance on note of $100.00. We of debt to estimated nationnow have about $10.00 in the treas- al wealth is 2 per cent. ury. Net year we hopt to wipe out the Tho government did not take into balance of this debt and also de- consideration the fnct that Negro's clare a dividend for the stockholders. feet in most instances are larger whites when shoes The Association nuets on the first than those of the men wore for Saturday in January at 1 o'clock p. and the drafted not enough ordered of the hence have m., at the Citizens Hank Ihiilding, to lurger sizes for ihe colored fellows. elect Directors. Hory stockholder is earnestly requested to be present. was askWhen If it is not possible for you to come, ed if he Secretary Baker discouraged women from do not fail to send your proxy. With knitting replied, for soldiers, best wishes for the New Year, I am "Nit," with a k on it. he Yours very truly, (RANVILE OWENS. Liberty Service Leacue meets to Secretary J night at 7 o'clock. Bo there. one-thir- d -2 "Charlie Chaplin has just recoverreads a headline ed from smnll-nox,- " in the dailies. Don't get it into your head that it is the silly fellow of film fame, but it happens to be a negro of the same name. Charley hasn't had tho misfortune of having to be sent to the pest house yet, but many who are distrusted with his sickening stage work think ho should have been confied there long agov Worn Tires In this time of high cost of living, why not economize. Bring us your old tire and let us Half-Solit with the famous Half-SolGates so it will run longer than a new one 3,500 miles without a puncture. Ask the man who is using one. We do all kinds of Vulcanizing. Send us your work and it wiil be done right. e e The International Rubber Sales Company J. B. Williams, Mgr. ::::::: Danville, Kentucky I'-' y - FTI i "V The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, January 4, 1918 TRACE DISEASE Statement of the We have declared a dividend of 4 per cent, payable on demand, car- to undivided profits $3,360.53. Page Five TO CONSTIPATION 0i I II dl llallUlld.1 LlallK Stanford, Kentucky At close of business, Dec. 31st, 1917 RESOURCES Loans, Stocks and Bonds $310,122.14 Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 7,400.00 U. S. Bond3 50,000.00 Bonds Due from Banks and Cash ," We do a gencl.pi banking business a.nd solic!t new accounts and the con- tinuance of the old ones, promising prompt and faithful attention to all business to us. intt-ueted U.S. four per cent Liberty Total LIABILITIES 35,000.00 85,796.33 $438,918.47 Owing to the election of H. C. Daughman as Sheriff of Lincoln coun- ty, the officers of the bank for the year 1918, will be as follows: , s HOCKER President' L never bo ncfflcccd. As as the bcxvols evidence tho est (llopoitlticn to Blow np, n, ir ' Ir.r.ntlvo should bo tr.lccu. T rortl.nntlon of slntplo lasa- tt- lierbs with Itnowa nn Calducll'a Syrup rcpsin and 'n, druff storeo lor fitty centn n tlo, Is Uiahlv recommeni'cd au a. rrsctlve, acting (tontly, Jn aa cc . n.itrr-- .l vruv, without trrlp- iusr cr othrr pain or discomfort. A rial bottla of this excellent fa i't r"medr can bo obtained, of ir J.. eharro. by writing to Dr. m Caldwell. 4SG WaBiiington. iii KcntlccUo, IlUuolo. - c: tho pslnis on which aiir rtt ccucols of medicine ynte- tlr- - ' .' r.reo la, that nliotit 3S of o.U uiaa fllretico la directly tr )lo to Intestinal vrtufac- -r.tcinr.cli wsote duo to tnty of tno hovrelB. or constl- pa jl. ?ha olimtnative procpta Is esscutlal factor lit drc3tlou nu'i a lt3 fttnctlonlus1 df- re tlto t?cUaro of tho entire oy i. i 'rtlpatloii Is a condition, that nlX i Welsh & Wiseman Go's ec G' Now Going On Coats, Suits, Dresses, W aists, Furs, Blankets, Comforts, Sheets and Sheetings S. T. KARRIS, Capital Stock Surplus Fund Undivided Profits Circulation Deposits Total $ 50,000.00 33,000.00 3,360.53 5o!o00.00 352,557.94 $488,918.47 1st Vice President H. C. BAUGKMAN, 2nd Vice President C' "AYS FOSTER, MARRIAGES. Cashier W. W. SAUNDERS, Bookkeeper The 4 per cent Convertible Bonds have been received. Owners can callfor them or we will keep them for them. L A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ONE AND ALL S!ittkSSSttttttVSttS F County Judge .Tunc Baxter and Mis Stella Birknell, of Madison four , surprised their many friends by s. pping off to Knoxville and having i v matrimonial knot tied. Lre Sapp, of the furniture firm of Co., Danville, wns married in Lexington the other day to Miss Freda Messick, a popular young woman of that city. News comes from Hustonvillc that Hujth Sandidge and Miss Mamie Nfonh, both of the West End, were married the other day. and that they returned from a trip last night. The groom is a son of Matt M. Sandidge, and like his father, is an excellent cit'en. The bride, who is said to be very pretty and attractive, is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grant North. Further particulars will be 1" "it later. well-know- n Sapp-Slato- n REDUCED! LOST A black heifer calf. She CINCINNATI STOCK MARKETS Hogs Receipts T.,700; slow. Cat- left my place about three weeks ago tle Receipts 1,100; strong; calves II. U. Govcr. Lancaster, Ky. R. F. I) Rei P strong $5,00(Slii.2r. Sheep ceipts none; steady; lamb steady. FENCE We have several rods of that good field fence left. You had About 4."0 noncommissioned off- better call at T. D. .Vwlnnd & S'.n icers and men of the Lincoln DivisPhone 108. Ip ion, stationed at Camp Zachary TayA farm of 50 to 12.rr WANTED lor, yestctday, were notified that they have been accepted for the off- acres with good improvement. Land icers' training camp which will be op- tnu.st !h good. UnK No. 12, Wavnes-burR!l-Ky. ened tomorrow. FOR SALE An established retail mill, route in Stanford, Ky. Come to CENT-A-WOR- D me or address J. B. Caiueniscli. :t Stanford, Ky. ( (ii Jit ft' on h . t.i-- h i wonl ) enh , ihiM 'lr with tinl'T. ri nt FOR SALE Three thoroughbred PHONE H5S for a barrel or a Aberdeen Angus bull calves. For insack of salt. We have it. T. D. New-lan- d formation write 1!. L. Kelley, Somer1) & Son. Kll-ii- p set, Ky., Route 2, Box fil. NICE, new bungalow on Logan -- Two FOR RENT rooms over Lena Hamp- avenue for rent. Mi-: First National Bank. One i front. Steam heat and conveniences. DeFOR SALE One p.tir of hand lightful location. Enquire at bank, tf horse mules. 15 lp high. W. T. Beck FURNITUKr;, Mattings, Druggets, Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains. FOR SALE Pure Barred Ku Bright Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Case, Cockerels. Mrs. Morrison 'J Stanford, phone 40-Pictures and Stove. W. A. Tribble, GO TO T. D. Newland & Son and 2Stf get yourself a gallon of that vooti Stanford. My hou.-- c and lot on FOR KENT New Orleans molas-fesPhone Uh. Ip FOP KENT The Helrri home und Lancaster street for 10 IS. For parlot on Danville aenue. House ir ticulars see Hughes & McCarty, good condition and desirable locat-tto- Stanford, Ky., or write me at LibImmediate possessior S i or erty, Ky. P. W. Whipp. nhone II. .1. MeRobet-ts- . g. tf 1 Mr. G. B. Cooper was in LouisPERSONAL AND SOCIAL J. H. Dunn, of Winchester, was in ville this week. Liberty Service League meets toi .lrtUI the city Thursday. s J'Or.iAVi-Ciy-tf-t- i3 xj night at 7 o'clock. Be there. 'v i vr Ed Davis mude a busiess trip to Miss Margaret Hopper left WedLondon Wednesday. nesday for Abingdon, Va., to reMrs. W. R. Rice has been the jjuest sume her work. -- - helnfr.l influence of Mrs. Susan YeaRer. Mayor A. B. Florence went to hu rendered tho crpec tr.ai this morning in the interest of Mrs. John I). Dinwiddie is ill at his oil business. Z"xvw7 Riven hor j her home near Moreland. trciii W. A. Cooper is moving his fami- or dread sV.ouM ! avcuca. Editor J. E. Robinson, of LancasU t be ndl cf the1'Tco ; u:h ou ly to the Lytle farm he recently ter, was here on legal business. , irr'c ml ni ."" bought of Elmer Miller. Mrs. R. A. Ashury, of Chatta(i Charles nrvl Lloyd Mr.rt'n, r": j r'.Til". Tt H -f of the 1M'IJ nooga, Tenn., is visiting her sisters, Orchard, are uith jlrs. Win. r1r',"C', Treats; of r.U hoipJul influence::, fit Ja Misses Warren. mi for several days' stay. Richmond There is no norvousnes3 ana Miss Lettic Walker MeKinnev left Register. me tenur-ncto mnrmnsj sneuness "?$& Sunday for Mnrganton, N. C, to reJudge and Mrs. W. T. Davis, of or n.iimrui 1st nniilf!fl. It makes t.APi- Pineville, have been with Mrs. Da- ths musUcs clastic vhlch nature sume for studies. is Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Howard, of vis' brothei-sMessrs7 W. L. and J. flr.mrni.t'i cfand coothea the breast glands. fr' Crab Orchard, spent the Christmas M. McCarty. Tho jinln at the crisis is infinitely lesa holidays in Ghent. Mr. and Mrs. Ewing Stults, of when ".Mother's Friend" is used for tho wi S. J. Boll, of the Turnersville sec- Louisville, are visiting at the home mucclcs expand easier and with less tion, visited his brother, P. C. 'Bell,' of Mr. Stults' father, T. R. StttlU. t strain vhen baby is hora. "Mothere rVJend" Is entirely safe and in Casey last week. Atlntr News. A. W. Fletcher, who was one of may bo had of your druggist. V.'nte the Will J. Yager went to Carlisle Co., Depr. A, -r Monday to visit his relatives, Dr. and the first six men called from this ISradfleld Regul-t- A'ianta, Cla., for i'n .Utheir incounty made a visit to his parents lnar Building, Mrs. N. H. McKinncy. teresting bcok, "Uotherhcd fid tho - vill Miss Martha Raney returned to in the South End. d Baby". The;it Io urn without Straight Creek, Bell county, Monday Leslie Smith, who when he was ex- charge, and you will find It very helpful. empted on account of his teeth, vol- Tears of uso ty tvo;.ant'.s cf women to care for her work there. Miss Margaret Warren, of Colum- unteered and is now a "Srimmie" at wove bcyonl ill doubt that "Mother's bus. Ohio, spent the holidays here Camp Zachary Taylor, returned io Friend" Is tho Rivatest aid to nature. It the camp Thursday after a visit to certainly should be ueu by every expectwith her sisters, Misses Warren. ant mother for she should do eveij thins Ed Walker, who is now a knight the homefolks at Highland. power to help Eaturo In htr work, Mrs. Lelia B. Cook has returned in her of the grip was the guest of his brofrom a very delightful visit to her ther. Walter O. Walker, this week. Mrs. J. W. Acey is with her mothMr. W. A. Carson, who has been daughter, Mrs. John H. Shanks, in er at Lancaster. laid up with a severe spell of erysip- Chattanooga. She will spend a few Thomas C. Ball, mayor of Shelby elas, is able to be out again, we are .days at home here before going to City, k spending the day in StanLexington to resume her work. . jjlud to say. Mrs. Bessie McAlister, who is mak- ford and his many friends are giving Miss Sue Rout has taken a position him a hearty welcome. in the Lincoln County National Bank. ing her home for the present with Spalding Hill, who is nttenijng is already proving herself Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Bohon at where she Shakertown, Mercer county, is here medical college, Louisville, has enindispensable. Miss warv Noel, of Danville, and on a visit to the families of Joe H. listed in the navy. He will not have Mrs. J. B. Woods, of Paint Lick, are McAlister and J. B. Foster. She is tt go until after his four years' visiting their father. Rev. R. R. Noel accompanied by her son, John course is completed in the study of Thomas McAlister, who is' connected medicine. on East Main. Remitting for his paper from Miss Jean Patrick is assisting in with the Army Y. M. C. A., and now the First National Bank during the stationed at Camp Wheeler, Macon, Cashmere, W. Va., W. E. Spangler, formerly of this county, says: "Keep busy season, and is loing her work Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cooper, the I. J. coming to me. It is a welmost satisfactorily. Mrs. Georgia Cabell returned from who have spent the past week with come visitor twice each week and I Lebanon Junction Monday. She was his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George B. look forward to its coming. The pres'aceomnanied by her daughter, Mrs. Cooper, left Wednesday afternoon ent spell has been the coldest on recfor their home at Litchfield, 111. It ord here the mercury going as low B. H. Hummontree. was Mrs. Cooper's first visit to Stan- as 24 below zero. Best wishes to all Misses Ruby and Bessie Montgomery, who are teachng in Lincoln ford and she made many friends dur- the people of my old home county." county, came home here Friday for a ing her brief sojourn by her gracious and charming manner. She is an ex- CONTINEUD short stay. Liberty News. COLD WEATHER Mrs. Sue Kirkland and little ceedingly handsome young woman, A Washington dispatch says: daughter, who have been with the very accomplished, and if she could While it will be "not so cold" Satformer's sister, Mrs. W. P. Kincaid, have heard all the good things said urday, real relief front the cold wave about her, her ears might have grown which has gripped the eastern part returned to Lebanon Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Saunders and uncomfortably warm. Mr. Cooper's of the country for nearly a week apson, Delmar, have returned to their legion of friends gave him a glad parently is not now in sight. Continuhome in Peoria, 111., after attending hand and congratulated him on win- ed cold tomorrow was predicted tothe holidays with Mr. and Mrs. A. ning such a delightfully bright and night bv the Weather Bureau, and pretty helpmeet. J. Gooch. Forecuster Erankcnfield said there Ross Nunnelley left Thursday for would be only a very slight moderaVa.. to enter the military Staunton, tion Saturday. school there. He was accompanied by went along Mr. A. T. Nunnelley, who SOUTHWICK RECITAL Now to sec that he started on" all right. The Southwick Expression Class Mr. and Mrs. Dan Traylor are gave a very pleasing recital on WedThey Peel Off With " Gets-It.- " moving to their home down on Lonesday evening of Christinas week gin's Creek. Mr. Traylor !s owning corns aro no worso titan one, in Miss Burch's studio. "The Bird's Two itnil one In nothlntr at all whun you the good farm for the third time in Christmas Carol," was charmingly u tlio one teal uho "Gets-lt,- " the past several years, having bought inker, corn loosener. rendered by a number of class, E. II. Kidd a few weeks - nfter which Mrs. Lillian the it from Tliat'a beWarner , since. read "Tho Other Wise Man," in her The Meridian Press of New York usual excellent manner. After the story of the has issued a beuutiful program a delightful social hour was Kentucky mountains. "Almetta of enjoyed and refreshments served. Gabriel's Run," written by Mrs. Louiso Murdock, a sister of our FINE, '$2.50; COSTS, S10 townsman, J. N. Saunders. The pubSeveral men in various parts of lishing houso has" placed the book on Ti if v..v nnimtv ivprn r,..w.. .(.. wH..v, ,..w ivivnii finin u. VM....j sale at the Acev Drug Store. each and costs by Judge Jame't 1. C. R. Coleman, of Gary B.ell Col. Bailey Thursday for failure to work county, canto down Thursday mornthe county roads. Tho costs amount homofolks ing for a brief visit to the to about: $10 in imrli iuki which thn here. Ho is being thanked by our guilty persons will have to pay or go people geenrnlly for his cleverness in to jun. helping Stanford keep supplied with coal during these cold times when A MAMMOTH THERMOMETER Phillips & Phillips, the fuel has been almost as scarce as lien's teeth. furnishers of men's apparel, have in Mrs. E. J. Leo left Thursday morn therfroiji. of their store a Ouc Cor Vlvn "Gi'ti-li- " One 1'oot, ing for Winchester to visit a while mometer. It will be u pretty big job beoro going to Paris to reside. Her ' t'uuso two tlropa of "i, for the mercury to make much suc' . i' son, Chester Lee, hus secured a good ' jour coni-p- i to cess climbing it these told times, iow that i bo with iob thoro and she wants to ' 'nipped in tl.o i !' " - rmi i. i i.tkvs him. Miss Cora Lee, of the local exNEW CASH STORE cult hi',,' ' fit" ' change, will remain at her post of torn and aiiyilii'ix - eUgi CASH STOKE W. W. Withers .. alven or ih ' dutv hero until spring and will then liiiccba.uy. has opened a new clean htock of stat IteiiietuUv.' ' ple and fancy groceries on Logan likely join her mother and brother. bixfa. You'll not Imvo to tf. .. f. Mrs. Rodman W. Keenon will re-- 1 avenue and would appreciate the pump uiuKor turn to her. home in Frankfort today tlio cafo to aso your i"iiu.ii-wiul- . patronage of those who can pay cash with the 1 a;id get more for their money. ufter spending the week-enSeo that you .t 'i, ' r family of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Bruco. Don't bo Initilted hv lmlt.it. i la all you ncori p.iy nt n.iv Miss Mary Munier Wells, who hus airmen aro keep, for '(!etn.lt." or It wll1 b ing up their raids on Italian open been spending the Christmas, holiwent direct by K. Iwrciir t Co town, the latest of which to bo bombdays with her parents in this city, CUIcuko. III. Sold in Stanford and recommend- ed boing Castelfranco Veneto, where left this morning,for North Hampton, Mass., where she will resume her ed as the world's beet corn remedy two hospitals were hit and eighteen patients killed. i, studies ut Smith .College. AdvocAte. by The Penny Drug Store. WBBBMSSmm . I, . "m; T Be-r- ea m t - in.-- 11 mf-r.t- , -- bin fi- M , esp-Tidln- J' PS4 I I i i se-- married at the Manse bv Dr. E. ' Ireene on New Year's Eve. The le are of reprcsenta- r Lincoln membersfamilies, and are county f popular. They were accompan- ' - MH. J. McRoberts. father of t 'de. and Mr. and Mrs-- T. W. "' , and Mr. J. S. Hamilton. The left Vi1 couple 5:R0 on their wedding th Southern train. .lie Advocate. Robert B. Wood", of this citv. ami . ly Sallee, of Uarrodbbarg, wt. married by Dr. M .rtin D. a cousin of the bride in Chicago Thursday at 4:30 P. M., the ceremony taking place in the Hardin home. The two had been sweethearts or many years and their marriage is lot a surprise to those who were ware of the fact that the sly old bachelor has been making frequent .trips to Harrodsburg and other noints to see the Young woman he has just made his wife. "Bob" Woods, as his legion of friends know him, is one of the most substantial men and farmers of this section. He is the junior member of the firm of Harris & Woods, Col. S. T. Harris, the other member, being an uncle of his. The gentlemen are also big cattle and mule raisers, always bavin" fine exports to ship and mules that m a l MM M wear the blue tie wherever they av At.mj shown. lie is the eldest son of Mr. KS Jl and Mrs. E. P. Woods, and is it fi" fellow in every wav. His bride is of Mr. and Mrs. .T. W. Sal pi lee. of Harrodsburg, and a niece of Col. Sam M. Owens, of Hustonvill" and Mrs. Lelia Cook, of this citv. She is a handsome young woman, hirhl cultured and accomplished and has been very successful as a teacher of oral work. She has recently re&ignei1 a position in the Omaha, Nebrask-- i D. & D. institution, where her serCRAB ORCHARD, vices were highly appreciated. She is 1 . hmotM M. Phillips e Davis McRoberts, of Stanford, :nd Miss ADS - I -- i . , i't-nf..- ..'.. 'J-- tf Har-dii- i, foul-venr-ol- d 2-- I 2. l-- . 2-- tf H ULl fwrttvyiTiL Vtli n .! .'3 J - Wl i C A V K- - huti v4 For Men and Boys W. E. PERKINS KENTUCKY "I Should Worry About Corns !" cnni-Ml- traffic. Hearty congratulations to "Bob" and of Binders, Mowers, Grain Drills, Corn Planters, Etc., have may he and his bonnie bride spend a been carried over to the next year by the factories. "NOW long anil happy married life, and love So we will not order out anything of the each other more and more as the THEY DO NOT." above lines unless they are sold. We look for 1918 to be our years roll on. hardest year to get implements. My advice is to place your Relief is in sight for shivering orders early. You be your own judge. Your order will be apTtTmi- T?mii li vi lift Hm TTi fiioL'inn fcllltU AhVttKMtKfn, 4VJ II llt.llYour bu f unlfip line Ititnn t rw tC tin linf liict". preciated NOW, as we believe you will not regret it. siness of last year extended us. is highly apprei Fated. Yours, hit sections during the zero weather because of the fuel famine, the Fuel Administration announced that it had ordered 700 cars of bituminous coal diverted from the Kanawha district of West Virginia to points in IT tKMII' ) lf T Kentucky, Ohio and Michigan. Thit it is believed, will meet the urgent needs of those localities, and also relieve the congestion of well known here, where she has frequently visited and the many friends formed on those visits are delighted that she is to reside here. A hearty welcome will be given her when thc and Mr. Woods return next wccl. in and settle down to house-keepin- g the Harris home out in the country. A A Prosperous New Year To AH! Heretofore our surplus stock word to our farmer friends: W. H. Higglns9 Stanford M 1 IT T ITBfTHVf east-boun- d iel-lt-rltjnt-- corn-rcmov- Joe Will Rout, of the West End, bought of Walter O. Walker a pair of sorrel horse mules coming six years old for $1175. tt 111 When 3'ou feci sluggish and nervous, tired and indifferent, you have the first symptoms of declining strength and your system positively needs the special nutritive food-toni- c in rmTtm'Ul 'A8D Cherry Bark Cough Syrup THE HOUSEHOLD COUGH SYRUP Guaranteed to Relieve Coughs If it doein't relieve your cough it won't cost you a cent. Wo firmly believe that thit cough tyrup it the Lett of the many kindt we carry. We are to ture that it will give tpcedy relief that we have no hesitancy whatever in backing it up with a money-bucguarantee. Isn't that fair? k a I te scarry replenish your blood alcoholic mixtures. ''" ' i ten-fo- ot m MLSION to power, i 1 , , . - i. 1 - . d i ! Austro-Gcrmn- n enliven its circulation and bring hack the snap und elasticity of flood health. Scott's Emulsion supplies Nature with the correct building-foo- d which is better than any drugs, pills or The Norwegian cud liver oil In Scott' Eroultloa in now refined in oar own Amcricim laboratories which make it pure and palatable. Scott & Howne.Uloomfield.N.. 17-- generous offer when you are in need of a cough remedy? Can you afford to overlook such a Lincoln Pharmacy TJte IR&KaJUL Store v ase Six The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, January 4, 1918 AIR RAIDS TOLD ABOUT The following letter was written by Joe Hackley, who has been In London for sonic time, to his mother, Mrs. J. T. Hackley, of this county. He very interestingly tells of the air raids he has witnessed, and which have prpoven very disastrous to his adopted home across the sea: CI Coram Street, Russell Square, London, W. C. I. Dec. Cth. Dear Mama: After about five weeks' freedom from aeroplane attacks, they came again this morning during the darkness. The moon was shining brightly, although it had d full moon. waned to about There were in all about 25 aeroplanes. They attempted to get over London from four different directions, but only six succeeded in getover London. Two of these ting were brought down by gun fire and the crews taken nlivc. There were three men in each aeroplane, all Germans. Although they had killed three people in London by dropping bombs, the captured crows were accorded all of the rights of prisoners of war and given a good breakfast of bacon and eggs, which ihey no doubt looked upon as luxuries. According to the nflloial reports thj aeroplanes attacked the cast const n: 1:30 A. M., but were driven oft. We received no warning of this in London, but slept through it. Another attack was made at 3 A. M., on the river Thames, about half way between London and the coast. They were driven off by the guns. While no warning was given in my neighborhood, we could hear it in distant parts of the city and the people running in the street soon convinced me that something was pending. I rose and dressed, put on my overcoat and went out. I passed the Red Cross one-thir- Children Cry for Fletcher's JOHN W. TAYLOR DEAD John W. Taylor died at his homo in Frankfort last week. He was n of G. M. Lyons, now of conducted Lancaster, HELP NATURE TO DEFEAT THE goods store but whoroom now a dry in the occupied by The Princess n number of DISEASE IN YOUR BODY. years ngo. Mr. Taylor clerked for and while here made Keep up the light; do not glvo up. Mr. Lyons, friends, who remember him Nature Is trying towmnynu In conquer many pleasure, but who are pained to with lug the wrongs that may exist. hear of his untimely death. Red blood. lm. courage, vitality, all An eagle, measuring seven feet socm Licking. No wonder you are nervfrom tip to tip, was killed near ous and discouraged. At War Withi Yourself! Stockholders' Meeting The annual meeting of tho stockholders of the National Bank of will be hold at its ofllco in Hustonvillc, Tuesday, Janunry 8, 1918 for the election of directors and the transaction of such other business as may come before them. d J. H. Hockcr, Cashier. IIus-tonvil- son-in-la- w lc 98-t- J. L. Betzfcy & Co., She Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of - and has been made under his per- jC&ffl?l?jj- sonal suPervsJon sce its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-go- Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Props and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic What is CASTOR I A therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising Why not call to your aid a strong, dependable ally? Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery lias for nearly fifty years proven Its merits as a most powerful tonic and blood builder to the many thousands who havo been roturned to good health by Its use. Clear tho coated tongno, get rid of unsightly skin trouble. Lot this remark-abl- o remedy rid your body of tho Impurities of the blood, let It tono and strengthen you. It often cures tho lingering chronic cough. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery Is absolutely a herbal tonic, free from alcohol or dangerous habit-formi- ng drugs. All drugKlsts. Liquid or tablets. LouTflYrr.i.K, Kv. A meeting of the shareholders of the First National Bank of Stanford, Ky., will be held at its office in Stanford, Ky., on the 8th day of January 1918. for the consideration and its adoption or rejection of an amendment to its Articles of Association, providing for n Board of Directors, thereof consisting of not less than eleven, and not more than fifteen directors, and nlso for purpose of electing a Board of Directors for the year 1918. H. C. Baugh-ma97-Cashier. n, 8t Stockholders' Meeting Phone 42, Stanford, Ky Undertaker Embalmer Undertaker Embalmer GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS i. ill?.3 "ffif!f I I j I'Ki. 'urrrt ' bad healfli fornlong time, stiuVrinir from stomach trouble, Had terrlblo, spells of iiiuiccMioii anu A SOU r stomach. friend told mo about Dr. "This mat i Is to certify Stockholders' Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Lincoln County National Bank will be held at its office in Stanford, Ky., on Tuesdny, January 8, 1918, for the election of directors and transaction of such other business as may come before them. W. M. d Bright, Cashier. 98-t- iinvo been in (&sexaj la Use For Over 30 Years THg CgWTAUR COMPANY. MgW VOWK CITV. The Kind You Have Always Bought OTTENHEIM Paul Ensslin, who is employed with the Daniel Oil Co., now operating in Bullitt county, is spending Christmas holidays with homcfolks. Our school closed for two weeks on account of disagreeable weather. Joseph Wientjes, who has been X-r- were guests of Mr. George D. Boone Sunday. Mr. J. R. Russell was the guest of Mr. James Oldham Christmas day. Mr. Joseph NefT, of Camp Zachary Taylor, spent u few days with home folks. taking Kentucky went over its allotment treatment for a facial tumor at Cincinnati, has returned by subscription $440,070 toward the home. war fund of the Y. M. C. A., during Mr. Anton Thoma has sold his the recent campaign. Kentucky was farm of about 100 acres to a party a part of the Central Military Divisfrom Nicholas for $2,200. ion, composed of fifteen States, and Mr. Gustaf Schnizler sold a hog to the entire division raised nearly Mr. William Anderson for $53. Messrs. J. W. Russell and Josenh liillar have contracted to make 12 William Castner, a former Repres' hemp breaks for Mr. Oscar Jones. entative of Boyd county, is dead near Prof. W. T. White and family 'h that county. $20,-000,00- 0. About 40 I Building Lots For Sale I Well located. down, balance at purchaser's pleasure. See these lots. We can agree on terms. One-thir- d H. C. ANDERSON, Stanford, Ky. give a good building site to any one wishing to start a factory or any business that will orove beneficial lo Stanford. I will Happy New Year 1; 9 :1: 8 The year Nineteen Eighteen will be in every path of activity the most memorable, not only of American history, but of the World's. He would be lacking in the spirit of humanity who would fail to hope and pray that the prospect of this year's enormous and abnormal activities be cut short by early, decisive and enduring peace. But there seems to be no expectation of it from any horizon. The view seems rather to be that the strain of all the ages is to begin, in finance, in ground and factory production, all to be consumed by the raging fire of war. Back of every step taken the protection of Insurance is more than ever demanded. 1 thank you for a liberal share of your business during the past year and promise you prompt and efficient service in the future. I write all kinds of insurance at the lowest legal rates and will appreciate your patronage. R. M. Newland Headquarters for All Kinds of Insurance Anyone Desiring to Sell Their Farm, Stock or Crops h. will make money by seeing Dinwiddie & Owens THE HUSTLING REAL ESTATE MEN HUSTONV1LLE AND MORELAND worse for m wperience. On several former occrsions the come directly over aeroplanes the place who I was. When this happens the guns "ol'ow them, throwing bursting shell '1 around them. One fan thea hem iie noise of the aeroplane engines, .he bursting of bombs, the bursting shrapnel and what alarms one v t is the continuous screeching of shells shot from the guns. As t! jy rip the air with a whiz one nlv" thinks that they may drop on ' m when they are passing over-h- e id from many guns at '1 much faster than the same time Junng ono raid one can cour night as man' s twenty thousand shells are fired up in the air at the aeroplanes which fly from one to four miles above the earth. Some months ago when there was a number of moonlicrht raids in succession, I went to within COO feet of a battery of puns located in a largo open space. The moon was full and iust after dnrk about 7:30 P. M., I heard the faint noise of the guns in the distance-- they grew louder and louder until after somo minutes the I'uns where I was began. Each shot illuminated the landscape as light as day. I took refuge under the limb of a largo oak tree. While I was there the guns near mo fired about 80 rounds. What annoyed me most was the fact that the guns made so much noise that I could not tell whether bombs wero dropping near me. Ono shell dropped within 300 feet, but did not Under the same oak tree there was a soldier and his sweetheart. My presence did not seem td discon- 1" , over-htinirino. Medical Discovery. I had little faith at first but sho persuaded mo to try It. I have taken a Httlo over four bottles of It and my stomach can cut trouble has vanished. ambulance station nearby and just everything and sleep llko I lamb. nowwant 'I a then two large Red Cross ambulances to glvo all of tho credit to this great medidrove up as they always do during cine, which I consider the lest on e.irt! stomach trouble." T. T. Lavtci-Routa raid. However, some policeman ", Hex US. Berry l'.lvd. came up and said that they had been driven off and told all to go home. On my way back I passed the rail- cert him since he hugged her to his way station, where about 1,000 peo- breast all the closer as each shot ple had collected in the street. The rang out with its accompanying flash. police told the crowd to go home that While there will no doubt be an oc there was no warning. At this the casional raid during the next three people all went away. As soon as 1 months we will not expect them very returned to the hotel at 3:30 A. M., I oir.cn uniu spring lime anu nicy again went to bed. When I had just may be too busy somewhere else to about decided to go to sleep again I come then. What we must do as soon as posheard some one use a door knocker across the street. Brass door knock- sible is to have so many aeroplanes ers always look .so clumsy, but this at the front that they will light us one made almost as much noise as a there in a fair fight and not come small bomb. Arose and looking out here. Their aeroplanes are the eyes of my window, heard a man tell his for their guns and their railway friend, whom he had aroused by his bridges are the feeding pipes for knocking, that there was another their army. When we can destroy the warning. The warning had not reach- eyes of their guns and perpetually ed our neighborhood, but we could bomb their railway bridges in the hear the faint sounds of a warnfng rear of their army by virtue of our being given in other parts of the overwhelming aeroplane superiority, city. In about five minutes the real they can no more spread their Kul-tu- r, but must embrace our own culwarning came which consisted of automobile hooters, police on bicycles, ture. I am quite well. Kindest reblowing shrill whistles and shooting gards to papa and all of the family. JOE HACKLEY. take cover. I then dressed and after waking four people in the hotel, some SAUFLEY of whom had not) heard the warning; Mr. John Lewis is still very low, I went into the street. I could hear the guns roaring in the distance and we are sorry to say. Mr. J. M. Ware and family motorknew then that the attack was in earnest. It was then 5 A. M. While ed to Lexington Saturday and spent I do not like to go down in the un- the day. Mr. Henry Bourne is visiting his derground railway tube because I sisters, Mrs. Susie Adams and Mrs. fan not hear the guns so well, I saw Aldridge. many neonle troinir down and went in Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Messer and two for a little while. While passing down the spiral stairway which leads more children were visiting her mother, than hundred feet below the ground, Mrs. Susie Adams. Rev. Welburn filled his regular apI saw all kinds of people, old men, women and children and many worn- - pointment at Logan's Creek church ed carrying babies in their arms. I he Sunday afternoon. The people of this community are special constables had lined up the people along the corridors deep down very busy getting wood to keep from in the ground and it was interesting freezing to death, as coal is so to see what people in their haste scarce. Mr. M. C. Floyd and family moved had brought along with them. Many were carrying small dogs. I saw two to Stanford and Mr. and Mrs. Sam little girls carrying large dolls. How Boone, of Somerset, moved to the the bombs could have hurt tne uons, house vacated by them. has sold her Mrs. Susie Adams I do not know. Many brought food and drink. While the underground farm to her nephew, Mr. Jesse railway is well ventilated and per- Bourne. Possession given the first. fectly safe place during an air raid, I Their many friends regret to give always prefer going somewhere else. them up as they were such good So I went out about .r:30 A. M.. neighbors. and found that the guns were still going with a greater violence and I could see some lires which incendiary bombs had started. I took shelter under sonie buildings and listened to the waxin, and waning of the gun fire which indicated that they were very near the neighborhood or Hcre' Quick relief from aches and were far away. Many people stood pains of Rheumout in the street even when the atism, Neuralgia. aeroplanes were very close and dropfanralns anu strains. No need to rub. It ping bombs. During the quiet interJew penetrates. J&SJr 23c, vals I walked about in the darkness. 50c.. $1.00 bottles. When at 7 o'clock the automobiles came by ar" "ncing, all clear, one nds of people pour could see t ing out of k' underground railway stations, w '! they had gone for Ha " been deprived of Kiisvai&nzi four hours si m, I went home to get my breakfas' lot feeling very much Pierces GoUlun J C. McCLARY Offlea fr STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING A meeting of the stockholders of the Peoples Deposit Bank of Hustonvillc will be held at its office in Hustonvillc at 10 o'clock on Tuesday, January 8, 1918, for the election of directors and transaction of such other business as may come before them. W. M. Myers, President. 100 tf Pbsjm 1S7 Home Phona) 15 $2.00 One quart One-ha-lf All persons having claims against gal $3.25 One gallon S6.00 the State Bank & Trust Co., of Stan ford, Ky., arc hereby notified to Send P. O. Money Order to present their claims to the under- THE MAYFLOWER CO., DEPT. B. 209 Clay St., Rcdlands, CaL signed properly proven as required E. A. Bcthurum, Mgr. by law, and all persons owing said bank are directed to settle at once. H. C. BAUGHMAN, Special Deputy Banking Commissioner. 1008t NOTICE! READ, MAN! READ1 This is your last opportunity to purchase the reliablo old remedy for. the relief of Roumatism, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Eczema, Kidneys and Bladder, Bright's Dropsy, Neuralgia and St. Vitus Dance. Our prices remain the same as five years ago. F. O. B. Rcdlands One pint $1.00 Dj-eas- c, 5 Per Cent FARM LOANS Orer 3 Million Leaned Through This Office INSURANCE To the Public: Ed V. Prtte and Co., Chicago, III. My experience in measuring and directing the mk inK of your clothes, gives me the advantage over one who is not a practical tailor. If you will give me your order, I will promise you a square deal. Ton will get tbe worth of your money, either in the cheapest grades or the My higher prices. line of samples is now ready far your spection. Cau now and let me show yon. In- flT I represent tbe largeat and belt order clothing home in this country made-tc- W. KING & SON BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE FALL AND WINTER Hf Dl TII 17V rvUrLiLi I Ptsctleal HTAKTnnn TUor Cheapside Kt ft Short Lexington, Ky. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS Surveying and Leveling Dr. J. G. Carpenter Stanford, Kentucky. Office in Lincoln County National Genito-Urinary, Bank Building. Diseases of the eye, nose, throat, ear, Pelvic, Rectal Be sure your title is good. Let me and Skin. survey your land purchase for you, Eyes Scientificly tested and glassand make certain. Will go anywhere es Mrilfully prescribed. CONSULTATION and SURGERY M. C. Newland, Stanford CAPT. AM BOURNE LANCASTER, KY. at your sale all the time and at lowest price; sales cried anywhere. Phone 364A Lancaster at my expense AUCTIONEER, The high dollar R. M. NEWLAND Headquarters for Best Fire and Life Insurance Phones 168, 45 Stanford, Ky. Stop 25 lights, $175.00; 35 lights $250.00 60 lights, $300.00 GRAY ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANTS WAYNESBURG. UNDERTAKER, 60 We carry a large and complete stock them, Caskets, Robes etc at all times. We- guarantee any so you are proof tected against suspicion of tneir -- ; rnone: farmers' line No. - weakness. Strongest and absolutely No. Woodstock line best, J. M. REYNOLDS 60-2-L- ights - and within reach of all farmers W CONTRACTING See B. L. FAGALY W. K. WARNER Phone 188 Stanford, Ky. ind Building of any sort Houses, Barns, Etc. Stanford. Kentucky. I am for Contracting VACCINATE prepared to vaccinate for Anthrax, Black Leg, and all othar W. W. BURGIN tock diseases. JOHN COOK, Veterinarian, DENTIST Stanford. Ky. Holidays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays Phono 204. at Crab Orchard Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at Stanford Bus Between Office In Lincoln Bank Buiding Auto Attacked by a German submarine, T. W. PENNINGTON. ship carrying cranberries for DENTIST Christmas dinner to the American Stanford, Ky Myers House Flats expeditionary forces in France was Phone: Office 240s es. 165 forced to turn back, and through delay the two ships loaded with turkeys will fail to reach France by ChristB. PERKINS tho mas. Danville and Stanford J. Daily Except Sunday .eaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. eaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at 9 :00 a. m. and 1 :S0 p. m. Bundles and Packages Carried at Low Charges O. L, MINKS. Pronrletor -- ir The best time to plant fruit and thade trees, blooming shrubs, rubarb, aspargus, roses, peonies, perrenials, grapevines, etc., is in the fall. Get catalog of everyA man is never too busy to listen our free illustrated thing for your orchard, lawn and garlady on the silver dollar den. Finest stock in the South. when tho talks. H. F. HILLENMEYER & SON, Lexington, Kentucky. A TEXAS WONDER South The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, dissolves grav-t- l, can have all ailments of their horses, cures diabetes, weak and lame cattle and other live stock promptly ind expertly attended by backs, rheumatism, and all irregularDR. H. A. PICKETT ities of tho kidneys and bladder in Regulates Veterinarian, King's Mountain, Ky. both men and women. bladder troubles in children. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt of 51.00. One bottle is two months' treatment, and sel- I can get you highest prices for your dom falls to perfect a cure. Send for (and, stock, crops or household goods. sworn testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall, Sales Cried Anywhe- -t 2926 Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo. JOHN 1. DINWIDDIE. Msnlui. Sold .by druggists. Mc-Clee- One death from spinal meningitis, the third resulting from this disease since Camp Taylor was opened, occurred at the Base Hospital Friday. Tho victim was Private Roy of Company C, 149th Infantry, from Farmers, Ky. Rooms Phone 214 28-29, DENTIST Lincoln Bank Building STANFORD. KY The Only Keeley Institute in Kentucky For any information apply to MRS. NOTICE! J. B. WILLIS Crab Orchard, Kentucky End Farmers vHHBBHCkSKIy Aberdeen-Angu- s Duroc-Jersey AUCTIONEERING Cattle Southdown Sheep, Hogs The best bloodlines is represented la each of these famous breeds. High-cla- ss individuals for sale at all thaea. E. V. CARSON R. F. D. N. S Stanford. Kentucky & , tm Z7" iiwa: - Hi, ,. A mr Ye 1 ."""'dBagfcsVT'' .. ggggH f TR-- r The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, January 4, 1918 Page Seven HUSTONVILLE Mrs. John Fandidgo left Friday for Barnwell, S. C, whore her father, Uriah Dunn is quite ill. She was here nt the bedside of her mother, who is is guitc ill to, but is some hotter now. Mrs. Luke Carpenter and daugh- FURNITURE and this Christinas will be long remembered. There is nothing that you could givo that would be more appreciated and last longer. We have been working for many days preparing and arranging such furniture on our floors as would be suitable for Gifts, at prices hammered down to suit the pur3e of everyone. This charming Bed Room Outfit of beautiful Old Ivory or Solid Brown Mahogany, in the periods: "William and Mary," "Queen Ann," or "Adam" would make someone a handsome gift. Our stock is overflowing with many handsome suits of this character an dis well represented by the highest art in modern furniture construction. I I Make Your Gifts of TEXTILE WORKER ENDS SUFFERINGS BY TAKING VIN KEPATICA Nashville Woman Was In Terrible Condition Until Persuaded To Take the Great Nature Remedy, Vin Hepatica "I simply differed tlio pangs of nnd I sloop llko a baby. I hoartlly H.iys M.- - Nora Clay, textile onimond Vin Hopatlou to any one of lGtli Avo and Broadway, forlng from stomach trouble, dlRzlneM, ' ter, Julia, arrived Sunday evening from New Castle, Ind., to take enrf of her grandmother. Quite a number from here attendnt More-lan- d ed the old fiddlers' on Dec. 2 t, and were dulffrhl-t- d with the (rood music that the fW 1 N'nshvlllo, Tenn , nnd scarcely nto sleeplessness nnd that tired, to keep ; bird allvo boforo ro- - like foellus" rundown-enoug- h "iSK,,Z cl S ?Pa-- M,rv wn.il.t ' sec at times; black , i 'b nd ". l,fn,n ihnV I'nUor.snl System Purifier and Tonic, hn ,l ls n nbiimtlon of clht of the moat The siXcr ng In In ,,lt InV'nfl "fj1"" S( V1 UloHe ?,"" """"n a.fwU T mill IandUanyCmedle.no lj al j, r took, didn't 80, i to do me any good. ,, .. 'Il.i.l almost romilre.l. of nil hnnn- .,,..... . ...,," when I read In up papers about Vin Id ded to try It, and Hepatica. slng to mc that it is a God's 1 did, for I am i on the road to full recovery; am en g three meals a day without any dl- - 33 in my stomach I .,-- "', K'f li r. diseil ilnjd.i uitiiiiilitualtnaii Z...".r"v """-" atZ&&nTTT T' T hi uhI ' ,lr0 f(JI who 8uffer i . ' strongly recommend this great Nature remedy. Conic nnd get a bottle and try It, on our locomtneiidaMon Wo You will llko It and It will do you good. .''"' - I ' n,tmi m The Lii coin Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. The following officers were chosen by the Juniors of 1918: W. M. councilor; John Hogue, vice councilor; Dr. Hammonds, recordin' secretary; Dan High, financial sec Bau-co- Hers rrrido. Wallace Elli loitt mntrol of hi age and ran into mi to a few night Sum Owens' cur which was Mttinr In fiont of D. W. Dunn'n and knor' ed it arrow the rtrwt. His car v ( onsiderably damaged. Prof, and Mm. Stuchvn (intt and familv, of Wowiford coun' spent the holidays her with her nil outs, Mr. and Mrs. J. W End. Dr. James T.ttfe and son, Jame, Covinirton. sp nt the hdiduya hei with his pi rent. Mr. and Mrs J. I' Ritfe and other relatives Mi Kate Wnrriner m at hom from a visit to I.ihertj during th holidays. on ot Richard Howard Downey, Downey, is at home for the Christ-ma- -, holidays with his parents and friend-- . He is a fine looking man in the uniform and looks large enough to lick 100 Germans if neceswiry. Ho is stationed at Camp Zncharv Ewin Lyon .sold his farm on the Middleburg piKo, two miles puum i here, last week to Barney Leigh for $80 per acre, nearly three times the price he paid for it a few years ago. It is known as the Terry Good farm by older citizens and joins the land of G. C. Lyon and Nathan Hick.. Roy Roie, Jr., of Tennessee, is here visiting his grandparent!), Mr. and Mis. V. 11. Morse. The appearance of a colored lady hero on the streets Saturday beforu Christmas was somewhat of a curi hhe osity t both old and young. was four feet m inches tall, three t and measured feet acfiws her eight feet around the hips and weighChudicc Smith, ed 320. Her n.nne of come southern state and came to this place with others who are employed on the work double tracking of the C. & O. railroad, two miles oast of here. bre-is- MHO JUNCTION CITY Our prices on these suits for the holidays, only range from $85.00 to $250.00 This represents a reduction of from 25 to 40 per cent. KINGS MOUNTAIN w. u. fliurphy con; times quite ill with rheumatism Mrs. Mealie Walls is ill at the lomc of her daughter, Mrs. IvI Mur-hMrs. y. SAPPSLATON FURNITURE CO. Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store DANVILLE, KENTUCKY L. B. SAPP, Manager ALL GOODS DELIVERED GREfc... Mr. and Mrs. To I his parents at Wayn Miss Dora Ann nnd M- - "v" part of the week Messrs. Jamc spent the holid Mr. Anvu. J..iuic- - I Commissioner's Sale T. F. Dunuwsiy VS. 3 Lincoln Circuit Court Defendants Pursuant to n judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court, rendered at its November term, 1017, the undersigned Commissioner will sell to the highest and bebt bidder in front of e door in Stanford, the Shack Coleman, . Court-Hous- Judgment Plnintiff AlSft ipES SB Grubbs, chaplain; Milford Williams sentry; Mr. James, watchman; Por tcr Hamner, warden; Edd Wiilicms conductor; E. R. G.ubxath Lee liar- mon nnd S. W. Brul o. Sr., trustees Miss Mabel McC'uro. of MooteV school, has resigned to take a belter 'i a city Mol Sirite Superintendent V. O Gilbert i.,s nie.de ready to put before the 'enhicky Legislature, bills to pay the oat hers more, as most of them can make more at other work and arc He "in" the rural school. statepropose? :" tax 20 the munimum M, ind niari um 50 cents. m-!- retary; Thos. Clem, treasurer: E. L et al Have tilts effective remedy at hand It's thankful for croupy children. relief. PkMsnnt to take. Mildly laxative. t , "jff sis H 3: ? gpolu by all druggists iz ' Ei S. & ti ggi Ji zr i--, t- - s- -- '3.g -- sv s. Ky., on MONDAY, JAN. 14th, 1918 county court day, at 11 a. in., the following described tract of land: Lying1 in Lincoln county, on tho wa- rjEycgtB w ys ga gi. W 5H 8 .w f? es j Ga lor, S'm- ters of Fishing Creek, and beginning at a stone and mulberry, stone about four feet from mulberry and corner to Jacob Nance, and John S. Lee, thence with Jacob Nance's line S. 80 poles to a hickory and 4 W. 89 poplar, corner to same and corner in Mrs. Elizabeth Allen's line, thence with her line S. 20 E. 144 poles to a stone and corner to tract now owned by Ed Murphy, thence his line S. 3 4 W. 18 poles and 17 links to dogwoods and maple, and corner to tract of land known as the Sallie land, thence with same S. 37 E. 20 poles to where a hickory and hornbeam were called for and corner to same, thence with same N. 70 E. 92 4 poles to a poplar stump, the beginning corner to the S. land, thence with same N. 00 E. 3G poles to two hickories, corner to same and John Lee, thence with 1-4-- for Coughs s Colds Constipation Causes Sickness Don't permit yourself Jo become constipated, as your system immediately begins to absorb poison from the liacked-uUse Dr. waste King's New Life Pit and keep well. There is no better safeguard against illness-Trit tonight, 25c. All druggists p m-tt- 5 3-- en 3-- MR. DARBISHIRE'S XMAS TREE One can be a patriot in many ways, and render noble service. All admit there was never a more opportune time than now. Mr. Robert Shelby Darbishire, the young farmer out on the Hustonville road, manifested the right kind of spirit last Mc-Mull- ning, containing more or less. Lee 34 2 V. 104 poles to begin- 110 11-2- 0 acres, Said sale will be made for the purpose of dividing the proceeds among the heirs. The sale will be made on a credit of 6 months from dav of sale. Bond with approved security required of purchaser, payable to me as com missioner, and bearing interest irom date at the rate of six per cent. A lien will also be retained on the property sold. E. C. WALTON, M. C. Lincoln fo'reuit Court Commissioner's Sale Tuesday and erected a Christmas Tree at his home. He invited all the children residing on his farm, the neighbor children and other friends. All that came were remembered, each receiving a present and an abund-ance of candy and iruit. The act of Mr. Darbishire is not only patriotic, it is most commendable, is worthy of emulation. He is a young man whose life is full of good deeds. Not for show. No. No. He detests this. He is a man worth while. The scene of last Tuesday when so many little hearts were filled with joy to overflowing, one little tot of three summers repeating a Christmas rhyme was sufficient remuneration, yes, more for all the cost, labor and time spent in arranging the tree. Robert Darbishire is a real Dear Santa Claus to many children in his community. Danville Messenger. 1 Mr. W. V. .i "", rthur Saylor, of HarU.r o'i itv, are visitMr. A. C. ing his fitliemilv. Munsie, and : "' of Mr. ad Jli-Wnynesburg, s,,...t " ' J":' "i'ht with Mr. nnd Mrs. Tolbort Curlis. Mr. and Mis. Geire G lines visited Mr. Ed Leach and family Wednesday. Mr. John Jason h doing fne wow with the school at this nlace. Mrs. Andy Gooch, of Albia. is improving slowly. Her mother, Mrs. A. C. Munsie is still with her. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Harlan arc spending n few days with her moth er, Mrs, Euhanks. Miss Dollie Sims spent Thursday with Miss Juanita Sims. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Hamic returned to their home last week. Miss Edna Munsie is very ill. Mr. A. C. Munsie and Mr. W. W Saylor and son visited friends and relatives at Albia last week. Miss Serilda Eubanks is visiting her grandmother. Mrs. July Rulen is sending a few days this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Record. Mr. A. C. Munsie is on the sick 1 hf' ut- - 'in '',;' - list Miss Dora Ann Kidd visited Miss Sosbia Munsie Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ashford Bunch were Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs. Letcher Bunch at Science Hill. Mr. Ruby Horton and familv havp moved to Waynesburg. Mr. Horton bought property of Dem Smith. YOU'RE BILIOUS! LET "CASCARETS" LIVEN LIVER AND BOWELS 1 l Lincoln Circuit Court Plaintiff Claude G. Adams Judgment vs. Ida Adams Lay, et al- - Defendants i Pursuant to a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court, rendered at its November term, 1917, the undersigned Commissioner will sell to the highest and best bidder in front of the Court-IIous- c door in btaniorci, 'Ky., on MONDAY. JAN. 14th. 1918 countv court dav. at 1 1 a. m.. the following described tracts of land: Tract No. 1 lying in Lincoln county, Ky., on the headwaters of JANITOR DOING HIS BIT J. W. Boiling, 70 years old, janitor of the Junction City graded schools, has proven himself a true patriot. During his spare moments ho has learned to knit and has just completed a number of beautiful he sent to the which mufflers soldiers at Camp Zachary Taylor as Christmas presents. The concrete dam ncross Beaver Creek, near Glusgow, was' wrecked by an explosion. The dam was the property of a flour milling concern. The explosion is being investigated. of an acre acres and three-fourth- s of land; but there is excluded from this boundary that part of it which was conveyed to Mollie C. Turnbull by John T. Adams nnd wife, by deed recorded in tho Lincoln county clerk's office in deed book 34, page 37, which excluded boundary is thus described: Beginning at a stono on North side of creek, South 81 East 51 poles to a white oak, thenco West 70 East 45 poles to a stone, .thenco South 32 2 East 52 2 poles to a stake, thence North G East 25 poles, 2 links, to an ash (dividing lino,) thenco North 33 4 West 38 poles to the beginning, containing 30 ucres of land. Tract No. 2 lying in said countv and adjoining tract one, and bounded on the North, East and South by that tract and on West by land of George M. Adams, containing 2 4 acres of land, more or less. Said sale will bo made for tho purpose of dividing the proceeds among tho heirs. Tho sale will be mado on a credit of G months from duy of sale. Bond 3-- Don't Stay Headachy, Constipated, Sick With Breath Had and Stomach Sour box now. Get a You men and women who can't get to feelintr riirht who have headache coated tontrue. bad taste and foul breath, dizziness, can't sleep, nre bilious, nervous and upset, noinercd with a sick, gassy, disordered stom nch. or have a had cold. Are vou keeninir your bowels clean 10-ee- Cedar creek, and beginning at a stone in the line of the lands formerly owned by Nathan McClure, and on the North side of tho creek, it being the beginning corner in a deed from Nelson Ward to Jesse Adams, dated Oct. 29, 1856, thence South 81, East 5i poles to a white oak, thence North 70 East 45 poles to two white oaks, thence with tho lino of old survey of William Whit-Jo- y South 32 2 East 77 poles to a stone, a corner to Ward's deed on Hunt's line, also n corner of James Hunt's line, thence South 32 East 3G poles, 11 links to stono in a lane, thence with said lane South Gl 8 West 38 poles, 10 links, to a stono in lino of Hunt's heirs us conveyed to James Adams, thence with Joel II. Adams and Plummer's lino, and by E. said Adam's deed, South 28 108 poles, G links to n stone, thenco S. 45 4 W. 49 poles to two white corner, oaks, with N. 31, W. 110 poles, 21 links to a stono, corner to James Adams' 2 2 acre lot, thence with same N. 38 poles E. 23 poles to a stone, thenco N. 26 4 W. 8 poles to a stono in the lano, thenco N 75 W. 17 poles, 6 links to a rock, thonce S. 62 W. 45 poles, 21 links to a stono in a lane, with said lane N. 50 4 W. 20 4 poles to stone, corner to Anderson heirs, thenco N. 6 E. 88 poles to an ash, corner, in lino of Word, thence N. 33 4 W. 38 poles to tho beginning, containing 113 3-- with Cnscarets, or merely forcing a passageway every few days with salts, cathartic pills or castor oil? Cnscarets work while you sleep; cleanse the stomach, remove tho sour, food and undigested, fermenting foul gases; take the excess bile from the liver and carry out of the system all the contipated waste matter and poison in the bowels. A Cascaret tonight will straighten box vou out by morning a from any drug store will keep your stomach sweet, liver and bowels reg ular, and head clear for months. Do not forget the cniidren. iney love Cnscarets because they taste good 1 never gripe or sicken. 10-ce2-- ways from town. Dr. W. D. Las-vei- l, Everett Dye and Mr. Ball were ill thrown out but fortunately no ine was hurt. Claude Trimble and familv have noved to Ludlou, where lie h..-- . i 'en ,vot king for home time. V. C. Gilliland lost a aluable ow last week. Warner Hudson and familv hae returned homo after spending the holidays with relatives at Lexington. Mont Diidion and wife, who wont to Detroit several months ago, are Mr. Max Ashb.icker, of Camp Tay- here now the guests of relatives. i c n " throui'h here Tuesday on Oliver Singleton and wife, of vay l,",r" t Bowen, Lincoln Springfield, O., are visiting relutie furlough. ia: .nechanieal depart- - here. co V 'v,.Ks Mrs. Claud Hutchinson is n lioui" , -' '': m-t .'i a Tew uays. ill wry little. He looks fat and itum Prof. Hubbard, principal of the sassy." graded and high school, returned Mr. W. B. Farmer, who fell from here Sunday. He and his wife were yards some called away several davs imo on acn enirine in the Danville weeks ago, is still laid up. count of the illness of Mrs. Hublmid Mrs. .1. U. tarpenter and son, father. Tesso McKee. have arrived home af George Coffey, wife and two eln! ter a week's visit to Mr. Carpenter dren, of Bowen. united Mrs. Surah 'ncinnati. Serjeant Brvan Prewitt. who was Austin last week.D.imm, of Elow.ih. Mr.. Maggie here a few days from Camp Zachary Tenn., is here visiting her parents'. on furlough, looked well and Mr and Mrs. Sam Flint. Tavlor had gained several pounds, but was MHs Sadie Baxter visited friends erv hoarse. week. Eubank family at Mrs. W. last Brown, of lcximrtoii, Mr. A. B. C. Dinwiddie and C. have moved into the Caskey property returned home Sunday after spend n Shelby City street. ing a week with relatives hero and at Mrs. Eugene luce and Jlisses iter p, nt Pohu . Mo and Nannie, Rice, of Moreland, and husband, Mr$ ou!( Jr)hnst were guests of Miss Nettie Joslin thi of Louisville, spent a few days with week . relatives here last week. Mr. James Adams, father of Mrs. W. T. Flannignn !nd wife, of W. B. Farmer, was stabbed with a Lebanon Junction, visit"! their brodeys ago on the Willow ther, W. C. Dve last week. Tlu manv 'tnife ten Grove pike by a drunken man, who friends of Mrs. Flannigan are rehad had some difficulty with Mr. joiced to see her well again, she InnAdams' ing had a severe spell of typhoid fevMr. R. G. Denny, of Boston, Mass., er. Mr. Flannigaii returned homo was with his uncle, W. P. Givens Sunday, while she will spend several last week. days with her mother, Mrs. Mar C. Mrs. Sallie G. Martin was with friends here Christmas and went to The little son of Rev. Bugbee is ill Fort Thomas to see her husband, Mr. with measles. Martin, who volunteered as an Albert Miss Grace Thomwson entertained army engineer. of her friends on tho evwas last wook a number Doc. 25th. Those present Miss Flossie Rankin ening of guest of her brother, Mr. L. T. were Misses Lclia Smith, Mairi'ie the Rankin. Her home is at Jamestown, Smith. Mrs. Mabel Sims, nnd Edith Tenn. Laswell. Messrs. Com Francis, HarMrs. Edna Baucom wont to Cin- rison Walls, B. Reynolds. Daily Dun-awacinnati last week on a visit. Prof. Davis, Tom Ball and RusA party of about a dozen mot at sell Thompson. The evening was Mrs. J. G. Blain's Monday night to greatly enjoyed by all present. watch the old year die. Miss Ada Steele with her ukalalee and several WAYNESBURG with piano music and games helped Sixtv-seve- n now members were seto pass away the time. bad weather did away with cured here for the Red Cross during The our school oyster supper, and it will tho Christmas Drive. Mr. Oliver Singleton, of Co. E 7th be held when the weather gets betU. S. Eng. Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas ter. December cave us record breaking snent n few days Christmas with the weather with only seven inches of homofolks. Messrs. James and Troy Stone, of ram, 14 inches of snow and a maximum average of 39 and minimum Cnmn Dewev. and Arthur banders. of 13.9. It was 19 below Sunday, the "f Camp Tavlor, spent a part of Christmas nt home. 30th. Mrs. E. L. Gadbepv and chi'-lroW. T. Kelley was scalded to death Ludlow Jan. 1st, by an engine iro visitmir her narents at Cecelia. at Mr and Mrs. TI. L. Dumas and boiler. Ho was cook for a railroad crew. His brother, K. R. Kelley and daughter. Tholma. visited relatives at II. F. Ewing were working in his Cnin and Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. Edwi'rd Estos and crew. His remains were brought home on No. 5 Wednesday. He leaves "hi'dron and Misses Zom nnd Lon a widow, three sons, Forest, Burnett MeMullin are visiting relatives in and Floyd and two daughters, .Misses Somerset. Rev. E. W. Cooklcv is visiting rel Jessie and Frances Kelley. He was a Campbells-vill- o member of the Christian church and atives at Nicholasville, and Louisville. a fine man. Mr. anil Mrs. Rrrrett Singleton ind Miss Belle Singleton visited their Tom Ball's While out motoring Christmas day auto turned turtle a Iil-l- e .s v- h-- Miss Susan I.Iain was .it home from Lexington business college for the holidays. Carroll Allen arrived on the 22nd trom Ohio, where he holds a position with a rubber factory, to visit his L.ther and other relatives. Mis,. Arthur Sprngens, of the Fork, up last week to lay in n supply on mof Chrwtma for the little folks, who were visit ig at her home. Ia'o L an, of Uiiminghain, Ala., arrived hole a few days ago to nuke a visit to Ins mother and sisters. All of thoe who have promised tobacco tor the Red Cross will pleiiM' hring it in at once. Joe Gann had two acres of tobacco cultivated on his f.irm by a Mr. Rus-el- l, that he iold at Moreland a few days uko for $1,502.80. J. W Powell sold to Joe Gann an April pig for a rmnt hojr fr- - 'J57.8B. Harry Frye was over last week it) .ee his father. Mr A. M. Frye. - son-in-la- bit little improvement. has al.--o been quite ill. R. W. Cross and .laim-Winchester, business manauerK of lue Henry Clay Oil Co., that is drilling on the old Blain farm outhe,ist oT here, were here a few day, ago in the interest of business. They are in fine spirits over their prospects and think oil will be found in paying mialities later on. the gas that has boon struck there burns fine and the men who are working there ai using it to keep them warm. s ..ml hiw Mis I i.u icn for quit" L'dti'i'Soii is quite :' vvhk wiHi Her fath'U felile 'f m y, PASSED TO HER REWARD Mrs. E. S. Goode, wife of George Goode. died at her home December 20, 1917, after a long illness of complicated diseases. Mrs. Goode had been sick for many years and unable to go from her room since June, but she bore her sicKnoss clieenuiiy ami very patiently. She was relieved of her biifferng many times in answer to prayer. She talked to her loved ones and told them things she wanted done when she war gone, as though she was going on a few days' journey and would soon return. She said she was prepared to go and had no fear oT death, except leaving her who daughter, seventuen-vear-ol- d cared for her VINOL REMOVB brother, Durward Singleton and wife at Danville. Miss Maud Caldwell seems to be held in worK is slowlv imnrovinir. DIE CAUSE OF CHRONIC CI A Constitutional Remedy That We Guarantee 4 3-- Adams-Plumm- cr 2 3-- 3-- 4 1-- 3-- SOPHAS SCHOOL DISTRICT Mr. Fred Goetz has been very ill for several days, but is now nblo to walk around nirnin. Death paid a call to one of Sophas School children, when bncrman Key-iiolpassed awuy tho 21st. Ho was n son of Avery Reynolds. Mr. Coy Phillips has a new coal oil engine now ready to grind all tho corn for bread in Sophas if the people will bring it to him. Mr. Kanawha Triplett failed to visit home on Xmas on account of the snow and ice. Tho whooping cough is still in Sophas with no better patients. Most the children uro coughing. with approved security required of all The Sophas School has. a fine lipayable to mo ns compurchaser, missioner, and bearing interest from brary which has just been bought by date at tho rate of six per cent. A Prof. Triplett. snow has caused a Tho present lien will also bo retained on tho stopping of tho corn shredders for property -- oW.& tho present time. It will continue ns Lincoln Circuit Court soon as the snow can get off. tonic and tissue builder I have ever taken." W. D. Ren, Lagrange, N. C. We guarantee Vinol for chronic coughs, colds and bronchitis. Not a Tho man who fenrs nothing is af patent medicine. Formula on every bottle. Your money back if it fails. powerful as ho who is feared by evThe Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. erybody. Schiller. Lagrange, N. C. 'For years I suffered with a chronic cough, so I could not sleep nights and continued to lose flesh. My druggist asked me to try Vinol. It cured my cough, I can sleep nights and have gained twelve pounds. Vinol is tho best narents. Mr. and Mrs. Clvde Ptwltrett nnd little son, Hen'v Albert, of Chicago ind Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Padgett, o" Momnhis. Tenn.. snent a nart of the holidays at M. F. Padgett's. Mr. Willio Sweonov, of Science Hill, visited Mss Anna Padgett Thursday and Friday. Mrs. W. R. S'ngleton is suffering with rheumatism. War Savings nnd Thrift Stnmn can he bought nt tho postofllce here uid from tho rural carriers. Miss Jennie Robinson and Charli"1 Robinson are visiting relatives at Lev'ngton nnd Frankfort. Mr. D. O. Lewis, of Moreland. niu' Mrs. Pnl Etes, of Stnford, visited Mrs. Mace Reynolds Christmas. Prayer meeting is being tho K. t). T. M. hall while being done on the church. Miss Anna Padrrctt. of Hill, is spending a few days Science with her grandsons, thirteen granddaughters and n host of friends to mourn her loss. All the married children lived near her except one daughter, who lives in St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. Goode was a member of the Cluistian church at Willow Grove, a little church three miles west of Ifuston-villShe was a good woman and lov--- d by all. Rev. Baugh, pastor of the Hustonville church, conducted Ur funeral services at the home a', tf:0t December 22nd. The remain were, laid to rest in the family uctvyoydi-JL- . one mile east of tho homo, fier son, John, died December 28, 1916", so it will bo a sad Christmas for the Goode family to think one was taken away last year and another this year. Th husband and only child at home. Miss Eflie, havo tho sympathy of nil the friends and Wo feel that our loss is hor "iiin. A Granddaughter, Lida M. e. sickness. She was born Jan. I, lSfii; and was united in marriage to Mr. Goode, February 15. 1870 To this union were born eight children, live "iris nnd thiee bovs, one of whom died when wnall. She lomes a husband, one son. five daughters, eleven so tenderly during her broken-hearte- d rol-itivc- s. Foley. The Southern Power Co., of Charlotte, N. C, which has for tho past eleven years given its 2.500 u banquet each Christmas. This Christinas the banquet wns waived and tho $5,000 that had been iet aside for it was turned over to 'he Red Cross Chapter. em-nloy- es Lexington hud two fires Monday. Tho Criterion Cafo suffered a $10.- 000 loss und Judge Matt Walton's home was dumaged to tho extent of $7,000. r anre Six Page Eight The Interior Journal, Stanford K . i r. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, January 4, 1918 , v -'f'W waifMHMWIilFFHE mm J PREACHERSVILLE SHOULD STAND TOGETHER NOW CRAB ORCHARD Mr. Hownrd Holtzclnw visited the The following, from the pen of Mrs. J. T. Manuel left Saturday Mr. .Inmes Miller. lion. Jcro A. Sullivan, of Richmond, family ofwill be business meeting nt for Lebanin Junction to live, There Little Porter Jones went to Lonso full of patriotism and Rood the Baptist church Saturday. is don to see his grandparents. this paper thoughts generally that Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Thompson and Miss Ruby Hilton, of Stanford, takes pleasure in giving its readers family visited Rev. William Sprinkwas with Mrs. Frazier Hurt Xmas. the opportunity to peruse it: les. Mr. Henry Cline came from HazFive years ago this coming Janu-ar- y The Christmas tree last week was ard to see his friends here this week. I was paralyzed on the left side a success, a thing of much beauty Prof. Everett and wife were with while in my office. Since then I have and joy while it lasted. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Collier during tho not been to my office, or in the courtMr. J. P. Arnold and family have house on business, and have been moved into the parsonage till March holidays. came from Mr. Ernofit Wnllin putting in my time mainly in an ef- when they will move to Missouri. Camp Taylor to spend Xmas with his to recover. I have been, necesfort Mr. W. C. Blankcnship and famisarily, only an observer of current ly moved near Stanford to Hon. J. U. homefolks. Mr. Newt Goodman has opened up deeply interested ob- Paxton's farm on Knob Lick pike. events, hut a bargain store here and is doing n server and I have attempted the best and a Messrs. Howard Holtzclaw business. I could from five daily papers, many Brogan Roberts, of Camp Zachary fine Frank Brooks came home from Helium, Pa. "I took Lydia E. Pinkham's VegMr. magazines, both literary and religi- Taylor, were here on a holiday furLebanon to spend n few days with etable Compound for femalo troubles nnd a disous, to keep up with the important lough. Doth like soldier life line. his daughter, Mrs. Hunt. placement. I felt all run down and was very weak. current events in the Stnte, in the J Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchins have Miss Joanna Ballou, of Stanford, nation and in the world at large. 1 had been treated by a physician without results, moved into the old Evans place. Af- gladdened the hearts of her cousins Heing requested, I consider it my so decided to give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vcgetablo Compound years of service as teacher of duty to my party, to my State and ter young idea he will try farming by a visit during Christnras. the a trial, and folt better right away. 1 am keeping house Mr. .lames uucnannn came irom to my country to give my views. It on a large scale and heie's hoping since last April and doing all my housework, where before Louisville to spend Xmas with his blessing to have that he makes a success. is a great honor and wife, baby and mother here. 1 was unable to do any worlc Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegethe privilege of living in this greatest Wo arc clad to state that from all Messrs. Lou and Phil Pettus, of table Compound is certainly the best medicino a woman can crisis in the history of the world; accounts there has been less drinkbut more of a blessing to be able ing in Preachersville and vicinity Harlan, attended the funeral of Ertako when in this condition. I give you permission to publish physically, and to be of proper age than for many years as has been the nest Campbell last Saturday. this letter." Mrs. E. It. Cmjaiuxa, It. Xo. 1, Hellam, Pa. Messrs. Billy George Holdman, of to "take active part in it; but it will custom of the devotees of Bacchus Lowell, Mich. "I suffered from cramps aud dragging Williamsburg, and Henry Davis, of be a greater blessing to live through through the festive Christmas season. Camp Tavior. spent Xmas here. down pains, was irrrgular and. had female weakness and it and to take part in the mighty We notice some place? brag about Mr. Hamilton has moved into the displacement. I began to tako Lydia 12. Pinkham's Vegeproblems, which will arise because of their ice, gas or electric plants, and Pnvne property on Sorim's avenue, the war and after it shall be over. table Compound which gave mo relief nt onco and restored what good service they give. But we recently vacated by Mr. Skilos.' Never in the history of this coun- are one ahead. We have a d my health. I should like to recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's Mr. John Stephenson, Jr.. returntry has it been more imperative that gossip plant which measures 115 remedies to all suffering women who are troubled in a simithe nation and our State live up to voltage power and covers the com- ed to Cincinnati Tuesday after visitdiing his parents here for the holidays. Hr.iM.R.No.O, Box83,LoWell,Mich. lar way."-Mrs.E- usi: our State's motto, for "A house munity like a fine toothed comb. Mrs. Harve Foley nnd Frank Ad-urvided against itself cannot stand." M. Cress and family have Mr. J. went to Somerset last Thursday The nation is at war with a pow- moved to the Yerkes farm, which lie erful and unscrupulous enemy; we recently purchased near Danville. to visit Mr. and Mrs. Frank Watson. Mr. Montez Fish came home from are appropriating billions of money Our community regrets losing Mr. and enlisting millions of our young Cress as he was a good neighbor, so- Louisville and sepnt a most pleasant parents and grandmen to bring this war to a successful ber citizen and a wheel-hors- e for ac- t'mo with his Ml conclusion. In such a national crisis commodating his friends, neighbors mother. Mrs. R. II. Batson and daughter, there can he but two classes of peo or anybody who stood in need. Also f'ccil. of Lincaster, have been with ple patrjots and traitors. That man a live wire. sevwho intentionally weakens the NaRev. .1. M. Robinson, pastor of her si'ter, Mrs. Frazier Hurt for tional Administration at this time, the M. E. church here, and Miss Lena eral days. A brothers of Mr. Tom Wells, died or who prolongs the war one hour Arnold, tho attractive and accom LYDIA E.PINKHAM MEDICINE CO. LYNN. MASS. or sacrifice the life of one of our plished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. on Fall Lick and was buried Saturbovs unnecessarily by jrivintr aid and P. Arnold were united in marriage day. He was a great sufferer from comfort to the enemy is guilty of at the Methodist parsonage at Lan- tubeiculosis. Mr. Claude Morgan and wife, of tieason. It is the duty ot every citi- caster on Christmas Eve by Rev. F. Richard Hester, containing 38 acres to give D. Palmeter in a most impressive Legation Junction, visited relatives LAND, STOCK AND CROPS zen icgardless of politics more or less. There is a pass-wa- y on whole-hearte- d support to the Presi- ceremony. Rev. Robinson is a rising here last week. They went to London Foreign buyers paid an average of In obedcince to a judgment of the east side of said land, 20 feet wide party in power in all young minister and has many friends to visit their relatives there. dent and to the $235 for 43 mules at Franklin, Lincoln Circuit Court rendered at running whole length of place. Mrs. Suie Curtis, Stcrlin" Curtis Simpson county. matters pertaining to the war. If the here, where he has been in charge. the November term 1017 in the acThe object of the sale is to satisfy wrong His bride is a good housekeeper and and wife have moved into the home President and the party do Harry D. Frye sold to W. T. Rob-iso- n tion of Graham Wilson, alias Green the judgment of Grahnm Wilson's purchased of the Napier heirs. let them be called to account after is a general favorite with our young they four mare mules, three to five Ferrill's admr., etc., vs. Thos Man- admr., for $700 with 6 per cent, from the war is over. Now is no time for people. We extend best wishes for We welcome them in our midst for years old, for $750. ning, the undersigned Commissioner Jan. 1, 1913, credited by $100 as of destructive criticism. Harris Bros., of Hubble, sold to will on a long and happy life together and we know so well the kind of citizens date Feb. 11, 1914; $16 March 2, This nation is made up of foity-eig- may no sorrows mar their pathway. they are. W. T. Robinson a pair of extra good SATURDAY, JAN. 19, 1918, 1915, $100 Nov 24, 1917 and also A union Christmas tree at the mare mules for $500. States; it depends for its at about 2 P. M in front of the the judgment of J. A. Allen for $99.-2- 5 Messrs. Ben Ballard, James Gill, strength upon the strength of the Virgil Roberts and Henry Blanken-- Christian church held many useful with 6 per cent, from Feb. 22, J. B. Resprcss has sold to H. G. courthouse door fn Stanford, Ky., of' States. Every State administration, ship each drove a wagon loaded with and sensible presents for the little Bcdwell, the Maryland trainer, the fer for sale at public outcry to the 1915, credited by $25 Feb. 16, 1916; politics, that is support- the household and kitchen furniture ones and was enjoyed by a good great sire, Marathon, for $30,000. highest and best bidder, on a credit $25 Jan. 1, 1917 and the costs. regardless of ing the Nat'onal Administration de- and et cetera belonging to Mr. and crowd. As usual there were laughable Zelica, the dam ot Uan Patch, of six months, the tract of land now The purchaser will be required to serves and should have the loyal sup- Mrs. J. M. Cress on their moving things. A box of "Energy Drops," of 1 :55 pacing, is dead. She was 26 occupied by Thos. Manning, on the give bond with food security for port of the people of that State. After trip to Boyle county. All stayed over Francis Burgin was lustily cried off years old and was owned near Ox- waters of Dix river, near Logantown purchase price, payable to the Comis no time for party politics. After and spent the night witli the genial by Shirley Cover and brought forth ford, Ind. in Lincoln county, Kentucky, bound- missioner, bearing 6 per cent, interthe war is over and the victory is host in his new home. When the hour peals of laughter and we hope FranCol. It. H. Vansant has nought the ed on north and east by the land of est from date of sale until paid, havwon and our boys come back home, of bed time came the young men cis and his dictator feel much better Mrs. Laura Baker farm of 214 acres Wm. Porter and Alice Holmes; on ing the force and effect of a judgthen let the old rotten game go on if were shown to the room they were to over them. on the Frankfort pike near Versail- the south by the land of nenry Hes- ment and secured by lien on the land. Mr. and Mrs. Birnev Fish and les at $250. the people desire it; but not now, occupy. After some time spent in E. C. WALTON, M. C. L. C. C. ter and on the west by the land of fellow Americans, not now. "We can- parleying it was agreed that Ballard sweet little Martha, of near M. Mammon." We and Gill should seek repose in a have been with Mrs. not serve God and cannot serve the nation and at the sumptuous folding bed. The lads E. Fish and other relatives. Thev same time destroy each other for eyed the bed sideways and seemed have made good this year and will party or factional advantage. reluctant to retire after the other farm on a broader scale next year. Kentucky is one of these forty-eig- boys related several hair raisers He bus rented a tract of land near States. She has her duty to about people often being shut up in Harrodsburtr. On two acres of land perform. Anything that strengthens this sort of beds. But sleep soon ov- he raised $150 worth of tobacco and the States, that strengthens the Ad- ertook the tired youngsters and they 12 barrels of corn besides beans and ministration of the State's affairs, turned in for the night, each in low, other eatables. tlir (Cmt&ittun 2lr?iinrt that builds up confidence of the peo-J- e admonitory whispers telling the oth Clarence Collier and bride came helps the er to "lay still." Now the stead. down from Corhin and sDent severin the State ipso facto nation to win this war. On the con- staunch as an oak and safe as their al days with Mrs. Harve Colljer. Clar...of... EDW. ALCORN, trary, anything that weakens the own trundle beds of infancy, was ence is a general favorite "VHh both President State government, weakens its pow- security itself. The practical jokers old and young and everyone rejoices er to help win this war, injures the in the other bed feigned sleep until over the steo he has taken. He and J. W. POWELL, nation, prolongs the war and mur-tde- satisfied the friends in the big fold- his bride will go tohousekeeping in our boys. This is a serious bus- er were slumbering when they arose the Dishon cottace near the depot. iness, and he who knowingly weakens and shut up the boys with much Clarence is emnloyed bv Mr. Sid J. H. HOCKER, the State Administration's power and haste and noise and made a mock Duke, who would not exchange him Cashier influence, takes upon his shoulders rescue saying they were "in just the for the best man in the land. No one who ever left Crab Orcha serious responsibility. There is no nick of time, which makes the hoys W. D. HOCKER, question that we have traitors and believe they are lucky to live. ard will ever be missed more than Asst. Cashier in our midst; they arc Mrs. Anna Napier, who left WednesGREAT SHEEP FEED in our mines, in our factories everyday for Paris to liv. During her Your attention is called to the ad- stay here she has been one of the where. These people must lie controlled and every word that discred- vertisement of T. W. Jones. He tells greatest helps to the Christian Sunencour- in it of a wonderful sheep feed he day School. Ladies Aid and church. its the State Administration ages these dangerous elements. At has for sale. Get in communication We feel that it will be almost impresent, incidentally, the State Ad- with him about it. possible to do without her and sintHmtnrti ministration happens to be Democerely hope she will be understood Adolph VonGruenigan has some and appreciated in her now surcratic with a Democrat as Governor. 1 would say exactly what I have said good cows. He shipped from seven rounding. No one has left more DR. EDW. ALCORN if it hnppe'ned to be Republican; for of them last month cream amounting friends here. in either event I believe it would be to $117. It went to Gray VonAllman, The remains of Ernest Cnmnbell J. W. POWELL America first. But some Republi- Louisville. arrived here Saturda from Bellevue cans may say that to aid the AdminJ. D. DEPP and were buried on the cemetery Hubble Sherrow sold a nice istration would help the Democratic hill at 2 P. M. This was a sad endA. W. CARPENTER to Tom Breedlove for $50. party and that would lie bad politics. ing of what seemed s ich a bright caPofes'ibly it may be bad politics, but reer. Ernest was sev. nteen years of W. G. COWAN Drrrmbrr 31. UAXZ Join the Red Cross today. it would lie good patriotism and good ago and a year or more ago, he volwill be mighty good Americanibm unteered to enter tlv navv, with his B. B. KING nolitics after the war is over. The work lie was well pleased and was UCnitudut HmumutUle. A people cannot always be fooled with :: J. H. YOWELL liked by both officers and crew. SPLENDID severe cold eontracti while on dutv inure luiuivn. t nnu la ku1,1k " p when the shake-uin niv judgment, settled on his lungs and he became boys come home and ask of each operation hi came necessary. Says Hi::son Lady Who, On Doc- so ill an lr politician "what did e dlv grew worse From this vou sav and what did vou do while and was se.ii 'ionic. His parents and tor's Advice, Took Cardui I was 'in the trenches?" "Were you sisters have the consolation of knov-in- g And Is Now Well. for us or ugaist us?" "Which did you that thev miui.sU red to his every love the mo.t. mo or an office?" wish and were with him to the last. The same thing might be said about Hl.son, Tenn. " About JO yoara ag.. Something imny will crave but be CONDENSED STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF the Governor. It looks to me at this I was..." says Mrs. J. U. Gaild, o! denied. Erne-- was a fine boy and trying his distance as if lie were his many friends are grieved over best to give us a good administration. this place. "I suffered with a pain in his untimely l"ath. The funeral disbleep at night course was delivered by Mr McClary We may not agree with him in all my loft aide, could not matters; but what does it matter? with this pain, always In tho left and althouph we hiuo heard his conHUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY With whom do we agree in all things? s.ido... soling words over tho dead, never Gov. Stanley is the responsible head My doctor told mo to uso Cartful. J did we listen to weeter or more AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS, DECEMBER 31, 1917 of the State government. When he is beautifully ex esned sentiments than right he deserves and should have the took ono bottle, which helped mo am", those uttered over the remains of loyal support of every Democrat and after my baby came, I was strongc Ernest. Not much was said about aud better, but the vain was stll. tho dead, but e" m these trying times of every Repubword was a soul opnosed in there. lican. He should not bo halm to the II.. ig ind everyone felt I at first let It go, hut began to get afLIABILITIES greatest his administration of the State RESOURCES condition he was in touch with the and fairs to the best advantage. As said weakdecided in a some more Cartful, Comforter. to try jo I Capital Stock $..50,000.00 Loans and Discounts.. $139,421.00 before, it is even bad politics in the Surplus Fund 24,000.00 1,129.66 Overdrafts . , long run. He is entitled to a squaro which I did. of hay J. S. Murphv s"l ' a car-loa- d I took made This last Cardui Undivided Profits 6,419.97 U. S. and othor Bonds.... 70,000.00 deal. Who was it said: "Render unto mo much better, Inwhich cured mo. It at $30 to a eit' rty. fact, Circulation 50,000.00 2,250.00 Federal Reserve Stock. Caesar the things that are Caesar's. has been a number ot years, still 1 Deposits 238,545.55 Banking House, furniture Render honor to whom honor is r.o return or this trouble. 2,500.00 and fixtures duo?" These statements may sound havofeel it was Cardui that cured mo I Due" from Federal Rebut they are true and ind recommend it as a splendid fc 16,857.95 serve Bank right, und in the long run they are jiale I tonic." Due from other Banks. . 117,252.23 good politics. Don't allow yourself to become 2,500.00 Due from U. S. Treas..... To attempt to organize tho Senate weak and from womanl) 17,054.68 Cash and House of tho approaching Gentroubles. Tako Cardui. It should sure eral Assembly in order to embarrass ly help you, as h has so many thouAND UP DIAMETER, Total, .$368,965.52 ...$368,965.52 Total. and prevent the buccess of the Stan- sands of other women In tho past 40 8 INCHES ANY LENGTHS OVER 3 FEET ley Administration (Democratic) is years. backache, sldcache Duo to temporary and special reus unsound und illogical as it would Qorvousiiess, sleoplessnes3, tired-ou- t ..$5,346.06 GROSS EARNINGS FOR PAST SIX MONTHS..JU. quirements, we are offering an unlie to attempt to prevent the colleceellng, are all signs of womanly trouusual price for LOCUST in car tion of tho Bingham inheritance tax ble Other women got relief by taking Disposed of as follows: lots for prompt delivery and arfor fear it may get tho State out of Cardui. Why not you? All druggists .$2,719.23 Expenses and Taxes Paid range to get all the available LoNC-13-2 debt, and bring glory to the Stanley cust in your neighborhood deliv. 1,500.00 Administration or its party, mere Dividend No. 69, 3 ered to neareit R. R. shipping will be no liuuor question in tho As- that which every good citizen should . 1,126.83 Carried to Undivided Profits, 2U sembly of 11)18 unless the temper- huve. Ho has no ax to grind. From a point. Address -- $5,346.06 ance men, for salary, create one for sick room ho has watched with much own sake. Interest the play of these contending the'r These words are written by an forces, and lie has written these Democrat who loves hit words for the careful reflection of party, who loves his State, who loves true Kentuckians. his country. He has no personal in JERE A. SULLIVAN. ,KENTUCKY FLEMINGSBURG, terest in these matters other than Richmond, Ky., January 1, 1918. consideration. These two women tell how they found health. 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