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No. The Interior Journal 3 .aV" The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, January 8, 1918 Rock-castlc Tuesdays and Fridays FORCES WIN ADMINISTRATION It will he good for the many friends of Gov. Stanley and his administration to learn that the administration forces at Frankfort won nil along the lino in the organization of both Houses of the Legislature. Representative Robert T. Crowe, of Lagrange, representing tho Oldham-Trimbdistrict will be Sneaker of the House and Senator Thomas A. Combs, of Lexington, President Pro tern of the Senate. The race for Speaker was one of the most exciting held in many years and the result was in doubt to all but a few until the final vote had been cast, when Representative Crowe was declared the winner, bv a vote of 3fl to 27 for Claude M. Thomas, of le DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER Davis Dyers, a leper, is dc:(d near I.vansvvillc, Ind., where ho hnd been in quarantine for over two years. The President has reappointed Edgar II, Jones as United States Mar- shal of the Western district of With From Ken-tuck- y. announce the marrfago of their daui'hter. Miss M. Kav Sallcc. to Mr. Robert Ronton Woods, of Bourbon countv, the Stanford, which took place Thursday candidnte. The first test of afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home "f strength of the two factions came in bride's cousin. Dr. Martin D the race for chairman of the House Hardin and Mrs. Hardin. Mr. and caucus. When Jude-- II. C. Rice, RepMrs. Woods will arrive the first of resentative from Madison county, a week to be the guests of Mrs. this brother of Judge T. A. Rice, of this Woods' sifter. .Mrs. r.rent Altsnelcr, eitv defeated the Rev. George C. and Mrs. Altshelcr. Sunday's CouriWaggoner, of Scott county, by a er Journal. to twentv-fouvote of thirty-si- x it J. D. Willis, of St. Louis, and Miss Robert Cancer. Dorothv Tribblc. was annnrent that the AdministraKathcrino Bronntitrh, of Crab OrchGuy PORTRAIT OF GOV. McCREARY Magtcrs, 7 Mnbel Grade tion forces were in the saddle, alard, were married at The Scolbaoh in Wallin Francs Tate Some t'me no a roonlntion was though it was known that two or Louisville Saturday and at once left Grade 8 Pearl Emhrv, Francos passed bv tho Richmond Bar Associathree who voted for Judge Rice had for their home in St. Louis, where Fish, Isabella Warren, Mabel Wilkin- tion, requesting James B. done so for .nersonnl reasons and they will remain until the smings son, Lclia Cook Ranev. Adelaide McCrcnrv to have a portrait nvide would not be found in the Adminisseason opens. While the two had been Proctor, Margaret Pettus, Allen and nresent it. to Madison countv. tration camp in the spenkershin race. some time, their Gooch. sweethearts for Acoordinclv this citizen This proved true, when O. V. Brown quite a surnriso to mnrriaco was Blankcnshin. Freshman Bertha Sudduth of McLean county; II. V. Dill, of of their friends here and at Crab Or- Henry Banghman, James Bauhmnn. "ont for and now GnIT, formerlvKv.. Roston. Campbell county, and J. T. ThornLexiwrtnn, chard, ami no intimation had been Howard Brazeltnn, Marie Powell, and for the past oftwo wopks gave ton, of Newport, voted for Judge given oT their intentions. The groom Guy Smith. Lillian Smith, Louise twentv sittings to this nninter. who Rice for chairman of tho caucus, and is a son of Mrs. J. B. Wi'lis. proprie- Waters, Lucille Waters. comnloted the portrait the latter rnrt Thomas for for Representative tress of Crab Orchard Springs and Sophomore Vie Gose Smith. of Inst week. The Richmond Bar Thomas Sneaker. Representative is n fine business man with n legion Junior Hester Anderson. Alli named the landed the votes of seventeen of .the of friends. The bride, who is a daugh- Mav Cummins, Carrie Davis, May have charee following committee to twenty-thre- e of nlncincr this portrait Renrcsentatives from ter of Mr. R. II. Bron.ni'ih of Crab Be"c Lyon. '"n the Circuit Court, room; TTnns. R "wet" districts. The "wet" districts Orchard, is an exceedingly handsome Senior Alb'c R. Fish, Thelma are McCracken. 1; Christian. 1: were led by two civilians. young woman, popular with a larcre Francis, Elizabeth Carter. Anne R. H. Crooke. A. R. Burnnm. Jr.. and Henderson. 1: Daviess. 2: Nelson, 1: Italy has adopted a drastic new circle of friends and is n e ery way Powell, Clarence Singleton, Gene Judare Murray Smith, nnd on Saturday the committee placed tho porJefferson. 8: Kenton, .'; Campbell, 2; Dolicy to increase her fighting forces. fitted to make her a help- Wood. trait in one of the best positions and Fayette, 2: Boyd, 1. and Franklin, 1. Physical requirements have been meet in all the word moans. Hearty modified and all men between the eongratulations nnd good wishes are AGED MR. URIAH DUNN DEAD many have gathered to ga?e upon th's tvilill, Vi! I1UL UXIJUUlttl IIV lllO' WHO Of these Thomas, for Speaker, was fine likeness of ope of Mad'son's know what a Mr. Finlev supported by all but one. from Hen.iges of eighteen and fortv-fou- r years hoinp written and wired Mr. and Mr. Uriah Dunn, one of the oldest, is 'it t'mos. There was a noticeable derson: two from Louisville; one previously exempted as defective are Mrs Wilis in their St. Louis home. best and best known citizens of the greatest sons. Richmond Eegister. lack of applause however, and the from Nelson nnd two from Favettc. ordered to present themselves for The following is taken from a West End. died at Barnwell, S. C.. INCOME TA,X MEN COMING writer fears that Mr. Powers' strength The result shows that much of the purther examination. Published at Nogales, Arizona. Friday after a protracted illness. He Denutv Collectors H. R. Sanfloy wns decreased vcrv little, if any, by administration's strength came from That a number of drafted men at The bride is well known here, whore had gone to Barnwell some weeks Camp Zachary Taylor have deliber- she lived for several years: Siturdny. nrcvious to his illness to trade in nnd Paul Goddard will bo in Stan- Finlev's clever effort. Powers was "drv" territory, indicating confidence ford ately injured themselves by cutting it, high noon, the home of Mr. mid horses and mules during the winter, 22nd from the morning of Jan. fith to not renrcsented, and Finley had the on the part of the masses as a whole, to take the lists of .ill those who field alone. won by the Governor through an upoft" "trigger fingers" or toes or by Mrs. Short Lonr, in Nogales. Arizmany as had been his custom right administration and regard for The docket of the court winch nutting drugs in their eves, is the be ona was the eone of a pretty home years. Mrs. John Sandidge. for onlv are subject to the provisions of the his Income Tax Law. The First National Monday is heavy and it. is hardly his pledges. lief of c:mp officers. Ten are to be weddintr- in which the hie-d child, went to her father's bedside Bank of Stanford has generously probable that the work wil' be com- MISS COWAN DIES SUDDENLY for trial on these charges. inp parties are the son of the house, some weeks ago and remained with tendered the use of one of its rooms pleted in the Their names are withheld. Two murMr. Virgil Lone, and Miss Miranda him until the end came. A general to the eovernmont men, and they der eases willnllotted timetried. They Although contmed to licr room for likely be Announcement is made that the White, of Ronoita. daughter fo Mr giving away and a leakinc heart will be found there from early morn- are Emmctt Gentry for killing Joe some time, the death of Miss Mary Furnace Oil & Gas Company, a Lex- James I. White of that locality. The brought about the end of the snlen- - ing until late at night. If you1 are Suttles, nnd Frank Cox, on the Cowan, at the home of her nephew. ington corporation incorporated in bride was attended by her sister, did man. Mr. Dunn would have been a married man and made as much as Mr. Josh B. Jones, came a 19J0 with a capital stock of Mrs. John Colyer and Mr. Colver. 80 vears old had lived until July $2,000 during the past year you had charge of killing n man named Sut- surprise Sunday evening. as She great had ton. The court is has closed a deal for the sale of I'lie young counle are known well in next. The remainshewere brought to best see no time, for these men. A single map is at the copelusinn losing,Mr: Finlev's been sitting around as usual and got oil production proper- Santa Cruz county. The young man his late home at Hustonvillo Monday allowed its of an exemption of, $1,000. ty in Estill county to a syndicate of was renred in Nopales, and is a ster- morning and at 3 o'clock that F.neeeh, Judge Bethurunf convened Up1 to move her chair. Resuming her she died almost Louisville business men for $250,000. ling, worthy centlemnn: the vnnn late'nav 'OLD FIDDLERS' CONTEST eourt and trieTl several minor eases. seat, 83 years old and instantly. She was born m It was dark when he adjourned, but was nioeri n. uary, jji an address in Ja4ytlfutoHi.aJ5!f6'ne'fJtl:e' torvTJr. A. H. Baujrh, were laid to W. J. Duncan is going to pull off Chicago, advocated thP"fonmhVrV'V mostiTro'mmeht farmers in the So- - rest in the in the couple of hours several cases Somerset. She came to this county Hustonvillo cemetery bv a great old fiddlers contest at of carrying concealed weapons and when her nephew moved hero many of f.vrmtingagainstthe immigration rostrie-- " ngita region, who settled there some the side of his son, Jesse Dunn, who tions Chinese in order to re eight years ago, having come from died a dozen or more vears ago. Be- wnen no next Saturday night, 12th, others of that class had been dispos- years ago and had made her home will give Sltf.iiO in cash to ed of. with him. Dt'ceased was a sister of lieve the scarcity of labor. He de- Kentucky. About a vear aeo Mr. sides the clared that every thinking man must Long bought the Woddruff place, a mentioned daughter. Mrs. Sandidge, the best fiddler; $7.50 to the second The new county officers took the late Samuel Cowan, of the West above, Mr. Dunn is sur- best and $4 to the third. Competent face the fact that so far the fruits of fine quarter section of land, highly vived by his wife, is a daughter judges will say which gentlemen charge Monday and went about their End, and consequently an aunt of Cowan and Mr. W. victory belong to the Central Powers. improved, about a mile this side of of the late David who Carpenter, and a shall receive awards. There will be work like veterans. Tip Lanerford, the Misses Hustonvillo, and Mrs. G. Cowan, of Recent graduates of an American honoita station, rieiit next to the lino sister; of Mrs. Bettie Fowler, of other J. music for the delectation of who was serving his first dav as sher- N. Menefee, of this city. She was alflying class will be sent to the front of the railway, and there is the home oTaniora. ueceaseu was an uncio ot i the crowd that will likely attend iff, seemed to have an excellent idea so an aunt of the several Newells next week for actual front line ex- of the newly wedded pair. Mr. W. M. Bright, of this citv. Ask and a general good time is looked of his duties and performed them living in the Milledgeville section of perience. Many wagers are being ed something about his life. Mrs. forward to. The admission prices will well. nephews, made as to who will be the first to the county. Others Fowler said this morning: "There no WITH THF. CHURCHES As an aftermath of the hot cam- brothers of Mr. Josh of her are Rob and aoc. Better join the crowd cross the German lines, who will Jones, Presbvterian Church Mid week was never a better man. You can and go. paign of last fall. Cam Mullins has . Imt.n ril.TTri. -- ....,, Jones, of St. Petersburg. Fla., nisi, iiumi mi; r.4 uiiuiny Wcdnesdav evening at 7 - not say too about such a nosued Matt G. Ballard for S5.000 ert Edgar Jones, of Seattle. Wash., and and who will take the firstairniane service"Tpe Call of Jesus to Service o'-" ble charactermuch nis was. Lincoln photoas ciook. REPRESENTATIVE damages tor circulating what he TU T.,..,. f CI !,. 11V 1MV. G...V, O'BANNON graph of a German battery. Shelby Hisle, a Madi- county certainly W. S. Kaltenbacker, of the Louiswas a libelous circular. Mul- - G. Sastello, formerly of this county. Indiana Senators in aii appeal to son county, and Mrs.farmer of White, and purest men."loses one of its best ville Times, Florence has issued a book con- lins succeeded Mr. Ballard as countv but now residing in Boyle, is another President Wilson asked that imme- of Lexington, were made one at Lextaining what he terms "Thumbnail judge. A report was current Monday nephew of the good woman. Miss diate steps be taken to prevent Fred ington Saturday. Sketches of Memcbers of tho 1018 nii'ht that, the case might be drop- Cowan hnd been a member of the IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES C. Miller, an enemy alien, from beG. Livingston will nreach Anthony C. McElrov, 80. years General As3emblv." This brief sketch ped. Presbyterian church almost all of her ing inaugurated Mayor oT Michigan at Eld. J. McCormach's church next Sunday old, died is given of Dr. W. B. O'Bannon, who Mt. Vernon continues to irrow life, havinir joined the Piscrah church City. Ind. The Senators urged that morning at at 11 o'clock and on e'ach of paralysis. his home in Springfield represents Lincoln countv in the Leg- - and prosper. The merchants all regulations governing enemy aliens in Pulaski in her youth. She was Sunday during tho year. a good business and the two a most excellent woman and the Mrs. Emily Oatts Jones, aged 87, lsauire: "Dr. W. a. U'Uannon, Stanbe chanced so as to prevent them secondorder In that fuel and lights may ford, Renresentalive of Sixty-sixt- h hanks are chock full of money. many who knew her and admired her from holding public office. be conserved, the Richmond churches is dead at Monticello. She was a district, Lincoln county, physician Rockcastle's capital is a good, sub- for her admirable traits of character VeKis,"tion askei1 President will hold their Sunday evening ser- daughter of the late Roger Oatts. For the first time in its history and farmer. Served as Councilman stantial town and promises some day are saddened that she is gone from in connection with Govern- vices at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Washington county Monday went and School Trustee of Stanford." to bo a city of considerable preten- them. The burial took place in Bufment operation of the nation's railThe new sions. roads heads the programme of Con- church at beautiful will be Methodist under Republican control in countv falo Springs Cemetery at 2 o'clock Somcrpot dedicated GOOD RIDDANCES gress this week. On Thursday the Jan. THESE Mrs. IT. J Mullins died at her this afternoon, after services at the 27th. Dr. II. C. Morrison, of affairs. Charley Bauehman and Will Leo. home in Mt. Vernon and was buried late home by Dr. P. L. Bruce, of tho Women workers in Madison womnn suffrage question will be set- Wilmore, will deliver the dedicatoi'y n workers for the Red Cross, have both and seemingly suc- Monday after scryiccs at her lato Presbyterian church. tled in the House, and the Senate on sermon. been Tuesday will resume consideration of attendance at the tobacco cessful blind tiger operators, have homo bv Rev. Young, of the Chris-fu- n Dr. Madison A. Hart, who accept sales in Richmond, at durint' the past shaken the. dust of Stanford from Senator La Follette's alleged disloyal ed the pastonte of the Danville church. Besides her husband, TO THE PUBLIC GENERALLY St. Paul speech. Other important Christian church, has asked to be re- week, soliciting funds for the society. their feet, to the credit of Stanford she is survived bv one daughter, Mrs. The Interior Journal is always glad matters are prominent on this week's leased that he mav do patriotic work They have been given about 1,800 be it said. Where they have gone it U. G. Baker, and several sons in to print contributions thnt contain matters not, just so they don't both- cluding Chris II. Mullins, who lived real news and it is especially nlcased pound of tho weed. programme. at Camp Zacharv Taylor. The Modern High School and er this good town again. Officers were in Stanford a number of months, and to have reports of vnrious club meetPresident Wilson, in an address to Dr. A. W. Fortune, the both houses of Congress in ioint ses- department of Christian head of nnd Eastern Normal have reason to be after them and they took French who made many friends while here. ings, parties, etc.. sent in, but thev history Mrs. Mullins was one of her town's must be sent in time. Hereafter such sion Satnrdav. asked legislation to doctrine at the College of the Bible, proud of the patriotic spirit of one leave and took it in a hurry. regulate the Government's operation Lexington, declined an offev as pas- of tho youner men hero. Mi'. Lloyd best women and her death Ins cast reports received later than 5 o'clock of railroads and to guarantee the car- tor of the First Christian Church, at Moore, of McKee, Jackson county, "POSSUM" BACK IN THE PEN a gloom over the people of the lit- Monday and Thursday afternoons while home on his Xmas vacation "Possum" Rout, who was sent to tle, city, whore she was so greatly will not be published in the paper riers compensation on the basis of Los Angeles. the penitentiary for life for the killfound time to knit a sweater the following dav, but if of sufficient their average operating income for At the Baptist Sunday school Sun- soldier. Richmond Register. for a ing of Clay Drye, also colored, and importance will be used in the next the past, three vears. Opposition is day morning. Mr. J, C. McClnry was who was Daroled'somo months airo, i3 STATE-WIDissue. Frcauent reoucsts failing to expected to develop over a Provision RESOLUTION superintendent for tho back in the nen, where ho will likely of the Adm'nistrntion bill thnt was 28th consecutive year. Mrs. Jesse D. MR. HATCHER LOSES FATHER Announcement has been made that produce the desired results compels remain introduced that Federal control shall' Wenren, who has boon the efficient J, Hoi'an Bal- us to resort to this method of Mr. W. A. Hatcher, of this coun- ural life.for the remainder of his nat- Representative-elec- t The reason for his being de contnue after the war. secretary-treasure- r for the past sev- ty, has been called unon to civo un nrived of his parole is that ho drew n lard, of Garrard countv, will during Despite concerted efforts to re- en years, asked not to be the approaching session of the AsIn's father. Mr. Thomas II. Hatcher, lieve the conl shortage in New York nnd Clarence Singleton was elected whoso death occurred at his lato "gun" on Pearl Embry, a colored sembly, offer in the House a resolu- SEVERANCE & SON TO MOVE man of this place. Severance & Son, who have occution for the submission of a StateSaturdnv. the citv experienced its in her utoad. home near Horse Cave. Deceased wide prohibition amendment to the pied the room they arc now in for worst distress, since the cold weather The Woman's Missionary Society was 74 years old and was one of his COUNTY the past 11 years, will nbout Feb. began a week ago. Thousands of of the Baptist church will hold pray- county's best and most influential OFFICERS QUALIFIED Kentucky Constitution. Ronresonta-tive-elenow ocfamilies, rich and poor, are without er services at the homo of Mrs. A. mon nnd a devout member of tho Ballard, in a statement 1st move into the store-rooine nowly elected countv officers 'heat or hot water, while lnrco oflice B. Florence Thursday afternoon, be- Baptist church. Besides tho son here, nil qualified Monday, as d'd Dr. R. iust issued savs that ho anticipated cupied by Pence & Hill, furniture buildings have been forced to close ginning at 2 o'clock, nnd at tho same four other children survive. Mr. nnd L. Davison, who succeeded himself legislative with the men, who will in the future occupy because of laok of fuel. Refusal of hour at the home of Mrs. Marv Pen- Mrs. Hatcher left Sunday to attend as city judge of Stanford. The I. J. Governor on tho measure, and that tne room just vacated by Mr. O. 1'. in its Friday's issue will have an ex- tho bill, which is the same as that Huffman's grocery, Tho vault in the New Jorsev Fuel Administrators to ny on Saturday afternoon. After the the burial. tended mention of the new county introduced nt the last session of the Huffman, or the old State Bank permit trucHnads of "0al to h taken prayer meeting at Mrs. Florence's officers as well as of those they have Legislature, had received the in- room, is being torn out and it maacross the Hudson River added an- Thursday afternoon, the Ladies' Aid ., dorsement of prohibition leaders in terially improves the appearance and other complication the situation Society will hold a business meeting. JOHN LEWIS SUCCOMBS SUNDAY succeeded. size of tho room to be occupied by the State. John Lewis, aged 49, died at his Foeline it to ho his dutv to go A full attendance of tho members the popular furniture firm. DEATH OF LITTLE GIRL into the military rvic for both of tho Woman's Missionary and homo near Hales Well at 11 o'clock LITERARY CONTEST Mr. and Mrs. Charles Daughortv, MUSICAL Sunday after a protracted illness of 'hih he was trninod at West Point. names' am Society is greatly Thero will be a Musical and Liter- JUDGE BAILEY BUYS FARM AJai Grnvson Murnhv. of New York, tuberculosis and was buried nt Fair-vie- of the Hustonville section, were call- ary Contest under tho auspices of Judge James P. Bailey has bought head of thi Americnn Red Cross church after funeral services ed on to give un their little daughter, mission to Eurone. has resigned rnd conducted bv Mr. J. C. McClary at Ruth Alene Daughorty lust week. tho Woman's Club at tho graded of A. L. Thompson his farm of 70 Twenty-fou- r hours nfter abateis Preparing to leave Franco for the ment of the unprecedented Sunday 2 o'clock Monday afternoon. Mr. The little thinir died very suddenly. school building, Friday, January 11th ncre3, located near Mason's Gap. Tho Lewis moved to this county from Its remains were taken to Somerset at 3 P. M. Prizes are offered, by tho judge recently sold his farm in that unif'M rtfites to bo transferred from niizzuru. i.nicngo'8 streots were ciuo ior tno best piano number, and section and iust couldn't got along the Rod Cross to active nrmv sorv-ic- ly impeded yesterday. Traffic, for batU Clinton county several yours ago. Ho for interment. the for the best pauer on "How Can I without another. Mr. Thompson has Mai, James H PorHns, vice most part, was confined to tho paths is survived by his wile and several iieip to make Our Community Clean bought two boundaries in Rockcastle STOMACH TROUBLES nroe'dont of the Nationpl Citv Bank made by street cars, which made un- children. If you have trouble with your and Beautiful." The contestants will county, one of Ben Cummins nnd of New York, now in Franco with certain progress through canyons of tho onnimis'on. is cxepctcd to suc- snow, heaped and drifted on either ARE YOUR SEWERS CLOGGED? stomach you should try Chamber- be from the fifth, sixth, seventh the other of S. F. Bowman. He will lain's Tablets. So mnny have been nnd eighth grades. Show your inter- move up soon and take charge, to ceed Maj. Murphy. side of tho tracks. Tho bowols are tho sewerage svs- restored to health by the use of these est in tho school and in your com- the regret of tho many friends he tem of tho body. You can well im- tablets and thoir cost is so little, 25 munity by being present. and his family have made during SOON OVER HIS COLD Tho food animals of tho agine they are stoptheir sojourn in Lincoln. Evervono sneaks well of Chamber- decreased since tho war allies have ped uptho result whenin constipation. cents, that it is worth while to givo began by as in tho caso A LONG FREIGHT TRAIN lain's Cou"h Remedy after hving about 33.000.000 head, and vet the As a purgative you will find Cham- them a trial. A freight train passed North SunNewton II. . Myers, newly elected used It. Mrs. G"orfo Lowis, Pitts-fiel- liquor industry withdraws sufficient berlain's Tablets excellent. They nro day night with 01 loaded cars, most Mayor of Jeffersonville, took over RED CROSS NOTES N. Y has this to sav regarding grain to sunnlv tho bread ration to mild and gentle in thoir action. They Plense finish and return all knit-to- d of them carrying conl and coke. Jt tho reins of office yesterday, and he it: "Last winter my little bov. flvo more than 22,000,000 men. also improve tho digestion. garments by Friday, Jan. 11th, took two big engines to pull the and other Republicans stonoing into voars old. was sick with a cold for as thoy must bo sent to headquar- heavy cargo, the. "shoes" vacated by Democrats. two or threo weeks. I doctored him Sheriff J. L. Cox, of Carter counAnother American steamship, He said all gambling must stop. and uPfl various couch modicinns ty, is dead. His death wn3 marked by Harry Luckonbach- has been sunk the ters. Mrs. W. N. Craig, Chairman. by D. T. Blodgctt. of Dcs Moines. la.. iu. nothincr did Inm .much good until coincidence in that ho oxnired nn tho an enemy submarine somewhero in Harvey Pogue had his feet so bad- wns sentenced to 20 years in tho i Preslev Strothcr. a Nicholas cnnn. 1 becrnn uing Chamberlain's n Coiih anniversary birth tho war zone. Eight members of the ly Federal Itemedy. He then improved rnnldlv and on tho dav when his of his of of- - cjew of the stcamera nro reported to frosted while walking from Boyd espionageprison for violation of thn tv linnlloirrmr whn wnntltr .lln.l V.o.1 term Falmouth, he bad to have them 0 law and circulating in a Lexington batik. He' was and in a few days was over his cold." Jim iu oucria cxpireu. amputated. missing. thought to be penniless. draft literature. e their wives watching them the bank, two men were swept from their buggy while attempting to ford a stream near Hardwell and drowned. Rob Ilurlov. of Hazel T'ntrh ylinf and killed Deputy Sheriff R. R. because the latter levied on ome of his nropertv. Hurley made his escape and is still at large. That he might continue to nerve his constituents in the Kentucky Legislature, W. T. Lnslcy, of Logan county, has resigned his commission - Captain in the Nntional Army. Henry S. Chubb, nationr.l committeeman of the Republican party from Florida and chairman of the Republican State Central Committee, died of punemonia at his home at Princeton, aged 00 years . Throe men were killed r.t Indiana-noliwhen a train hit the automobile in which they were riding. The driver attempted to pass in front of ihe train and the engine choked in the middle of the track. In order to spod un the movement of freight three Eastern s have cut o(T n number of through passenger trains and hnve also reduced the schedule of others. Similar action, it is expected, will be raKon by other railroads. Fifteen to twenty American entered the office of the Daily Call, a radical newspaper at Seattle, Wash., and almost completely wrecked the institution, according to witnesses. It was said the sailors le MARRIAGES. ' Lewis Hcrshcl Humble, of Somerset, nnd Miss Sarn Elizabeth Thompson, of Paris, celebrated New Years day by getting married. Mrs. W. S. Embry received a card from her cousin, Miss Mary Miller, of Richmond, stating that her twin lister, Miss Margaret Miller, had boon married a few davs previously n anil to a Mr. Conoley, a prosperous Madison county farmer. Miss Miller has frequently visited Mrs. Embry and has mnny friends here who want to congratulate the young man who has won her heart and hand. Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. Sallce, of well-knowHar-rodsbur- g, ? STANFORD SCHOOL HONOR ROLL D. A. R.' HOLD MEETING Grade 1 Lyilin Bnumann, Lucy The Logan Whitcy Chanter met Franklin, Mnrv Gover, Elston Rey- Jan. 4th for December, with Mrs. T. nolds, Artclia VonGruenigan, Walter W. Pennington, six being present, Walker. the zero weather keening munv nway. Grade 2 Mario Raumann, Efflc R, Miss Susan Fisher Woods, the new Cancer Bessie 0. Farris, Fredin Rob- Regent, condurted her first meeting inson, Dorothy Ncwland. Lillian Von most gracefully. Every member in Grucnigan, Cnl Lynn Ncvius, Her- tho NnMonal Society is urtrod to ' bert Gover. give S1.00 toward the buying of LibGrade 3 Bernice Franklin, Louise erty Bonds. All present aerccd to do Moore. Ruth Masters so. nnd other hnd expressed their Grade 4 Zclla Rarnctt, Josephine willingness. The program for the Holdcn. Charlcv Blankcnshin, Bea- vear was read nnd accepted. To snvo trice Camenisch. Gcorfe Davison, money tho eommittcc copied them. Mabel Franklin, James Holman. Em-il- v Tho war is tho chief sublet for the Jones, Chnrlos Masters. Louis year. Besides the six regular meetMershon, Delia Mitchell. Wealthia ings, a Red Cross evening come evReynolds. Frank Wallin, John Wood, ery extra month. At these mcetin" Lueile Dunn. Red Cross work is to ho done nnd Grade 13 Annelle Carson. Irem some one is to road about the Red TJvingston. Pearl Masters. Effie W, Cross or the war No refreshments .McClary. James McCormack. Kather-th- are to be served. The first Pod Cross !,. Mnmhv. Biral Pnnnioa T.mnr mooting is to bo with Mis Sim Rout. Snufley,' Hntlor All resnonded to roll call with artiTravlor, Rowan Smith. Sabra K. Walker, Mary L. cles on tho war. At tho social hour Woods. n delicious Hom-n- r lunch ws served. Grade f Vada Walb'n Man' L. Mrs. Rodmnn Kconon, of Frankfort, Stone, Olirn Camenisch. Hardin Bor sister of the hostess, was her house ders. Matilda Hell, I'hi'in Ncvius, guest. cx-Go- v. rail-load- blue-iacke- ts POLITICS, CIRCUIT COURT, ETC. Tho Jnnunry term of the circuit court opened at Mt. Vernon Monday, with Judge B. J. Bethurum sitting nnd Commonwealth Attorney Walter Flippin looking after the State's interests. The Juries were impaneled nnd the grand jury given its charge before the noon hour, nfter which the e wns turned over to Charles Finley. of Williamsburg, who snoke for Banker J. M.vRobsion, of Rnrbourvillc. who is after the seat in Congress Caleb Powers is now trying to hold down. Mr. Robsion was advertised to sneak but was detained by business nnd Mr. Finley. who has heretofore boon Powers' right hand bower, renrcsented him. He made a rood talk from his standpoint. Starting out he said that ho hnd been for Powers in every race he had ever made and had alwavs sunported him loyally and heartily, but that ho thinks now that Powers, hnving been thoroughly vindicated of the charges of conspiracy against tho life of Gov. Gocbel, nnd having been given whnt he asked as long a term in Congress as the democrats, made him stav in jail thnt ho should be succeeded by a republican who can do more for h's constituency than he, Powers, has shown that he can do. He had no harsh words for Powers but insisted that he had been given his full deserts and that he having refused to retire and give some other man n chance, the only wav to get his seat is tonominato and elect some other cood man Mr. Robsion, for instance, to it. Mr. Finlov's effort was full of patriotism. Unlike Powers, ho endorsed the selective draft svstem. th'nks that President Wilson did richt in urgine- Congress to declare, war, believes the incomn tax is just and should be paid without a murmur, etc. In fine, it was an unusually patriotic, speech, iust court-houswell-temper- r. "fire-cate- r" na-n- er be-ir- an - contrnct-Mimmone- $10,-00- 0. 300-barr- el v Mc-Kinn- ey I 'i ela-m- s re-no- rt '' well-know- E ct m w e. d. - 'iiiv-ioun- antl-iS40- iit&ufcr The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, The Interior Journal E. C. Walton and J. H. Wright Tuesday, January 8, 1918 All of the purchasers of the tntfTtd at thf poiteffioi irconA tU ela't mail matltr. BUnford, Ky., First Liberty Loan may now get their Conversion 4 per cent Bonds by presenting their temporary receipt for same LINCOLN COUNTY One of tlio best sermons wo have rend iti a long time is by Editor A. A. Uowmar in his column in the Woodford Sun bonded "A Country Editor's Thoughts." Taking Mr. Wattcrson's editorial of New Year's Day ns n text which said "Democracy is but a side Issue. The paramount issue, underlying the issue of Democracy, is the religion of Christ nnd Him bedrock of civilization; the source and resource of all that is worth having in the world that is of in and that gives promise the world to come;" he launches into a personal testimony to the ntoning blood of Jesus Christ which nuts to shame thr scoffers at the religion of the gentle Ni.arinc, that alone can save tho war rursud worm from physical and spiritual destruction. It is the power of such testimony and the clean, pure life of our brother of the quill, that more and more confirms our faith in the Lord Jesus Christ to deliver us from the assaults of Satan, who seems to have been let loose for one last and final struggle to destroy the world and every living creature. A Kansas City paper, which ought to be suppressed, pays Col. Roosevelt a big sum to express his views daily for publication, and he takes advantage of it to make the most 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 ) ffl Tarit mm MMJt eKC Adler M!sW Clothes We are the authorized sclkr, in Stanford, of this famous line of clothing for men and ycung 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 UL DROP IN AND LOOK THEM OVER. ITS A PLEASURE TO SHOW THEM! NATIONAL BANK Under Same anagement LINCOLN TRUST COMPANY "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE" Tr-jfrMSJ- 'III Sr m All Rugs, Carpets, Druggets, Linoleums, Shades; Mattings At Greatly Reduced Prices We own them at the old prices Buy now and save money We are also selling Men's Shoes.. Women's Heavy Shoes, Children's Shoes at less than the makers ask. We will discontinue handling the above lines, is the reason for this seemingly foolish cut in prices. Severance & Son Stanford, Kentucky Anyone Desiring to Sell Their Farm, Stock or Crops will make money by seeing Dirawlcldie & Owens THE HUSTLING REAL ESTATE MEN HUSTONV1LLE AND MORELAND For Sheep We are headquarters for all kinds of Try our Dairy Feed for your stock ewes; it 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 Purina Feed w Cow-cho- T. W. rt JONES-Pho- ne No. 1 I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL y is $1.50 A YEAR1 .lcidi- - ducers called to the trenches in Eu. General Witeon tin. i $ officer or soldier in uniform, from rope, the liquor traffic withdraws in 107,000,000 bushels of The Children drinking intoxicating liquor in places the bread supply. annually from where it is on sale in the United Coiistipatioa, or inaction of tho States. bowels, In tv great menace to Brigadier General Julius Penn, in LOOK AT A CHILD'S Cathartic or imreattvo health. TONGUE WHEN CROSS, an address in Detroit, recently, deremedies should never toe given to FEVERISH AND SICK! clared that at the end of the war cn- children as the violence of their tends to upset tho entire J listed men will demand prohibition. action digestive cystem. A mild lazatlvo ? Ninety-fiv- e per cent, of all the trou- - Take No Chances! Move Poisons is far preferable, and the combFrom Liver And Bowels At ble in vhe army is due to liquor, he ination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin known as Dr. Cald- J affirmed. Once ' well's Syrup Peprln, and uolil in At a dinner give by thb Grjdiron " flrntf stores for lift7 cento a Club of Washington City; at"' which Mothers can rest easy, after is highly- recommended. This preparation contains no ophite, 3 President Wilson and noted men of Syrup of Figs," because or narcotic, drutr the nation were guests, no liquor was in a few hours all the clogged-u- n of any description, is mild and served. This was the first dry dinner waste, sour bile and fermenting food Eontlo in its action, f.r.d brings rcliof in an cany, natural manner. J in the thirty-thre- e years of the club's gently moves out of the bowels, and Its pleasant tsicto apuoalo to chil- 5 existence. you have a well, playful child again. dren and thry tnfca it rajdlly. In an argument in a contested Col. M. E. Blake, commanding the Children simply will not take the Thousands of mother,! have tes- Je election case in Congress the other tified to tho nctit of Dr. coast artillery at Fort MacArthur, time from play to empty their bowels Syrup Pepsin, and in countday, a member made the statement they less homes it Is tho ttnsdarcl fam- 5 Cal., recently mede the statement andgets become tightly packed, livnegro candidate in South Carthat a sluggish and stomach disorthat the enforcement of a "bone er ily remedy. A . lal bsttlo, free brought a contest for a olina has of charfro, can Vo ott.ii3"d by dry" law at the harbor would in- - dered. writing to Dr. w. v. irsS S crease immeasurably the efficiency seat in the House after every election When cross, feverish, restless, see Wpshlnston St., Ifionticcllo, for years, practically living off the J nols. and the morale of the men in the if tongue is coated, then give money given him for the purpose "fruit laxative." Children service. and large attorney's fees. As long as Dr. Douglas White is responsible love it, and it can not injury. No difcontestants are given big pay durfor the statement that 80 per cent ference what ails your little one if ing the pendency of their cases, so THE LATEST WAR NEWS of the men who acquire venereal di- full of cold, or a sore throat, diarlong will they be taken advantage of Great Britain's war aims were set sease do so while under the influence rhoea, stomach, bad breath, rememby unscrupulous candidates. Unless it forth Saturday by Premier Lloyd of alcohol. ber, a gentle "inside cleansing"" is shown that there was good ground George in the broadest and at the The United States has on a trans- should always be the first treatment the contest, there should bo a same time most specific manner in portation basis the weight of more given. Full directions for babies, for law compelling the contestant to pay which they have yet been stated. In than 432,000,000 bushels of grain children of all ages and grown-up- s his own expenses. one of the most striking and com- used up for beer shipment alone or are printed on each bottle. Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. prehensive utterances of the war the 1,080.000 carloads lots a year, enough The Danville Advocate says in its Premier made it clear what the Brit- to relieve the railroad congestion of Ask your druggest for a bottle of Monday's edition that Hon. Claude ish nation and empire would regard the country for all time. '"California Syrup of Figs," then Minor, Boyle's Representative in the as a just and durable peace. This, The chaplain of the Canadian west- look carefully nnd see that it is made Legislature, would nominate Hon. he declared, must be achieved by ern battalion declares that 90 per by the "California Fig Syrup ComRobert Crowe, of Oldham, for Speak- the of the sanctity cent, of the men present a clear and pany." We make no smaller size. er. Hut that is where the Advocate of treatites, territorial adjustments clean "bill of health." This, he says, Hand back with contempt any other was wrong again. Mr. Minor went on the basis of fig syrup. 1 and is due to the large prevalence of with the opposition crowd the gang the limitation of armaments guaranamong the Canadians. has done it darnedest to make teed by an international organizathat It has been estimated by the war Frank Meyer, of Providence, WebGov. Stanley's administration a fail- tion. Great Britain wns not fight- college of Washington City that the ster county, is in jail at Owensboro M. ing, said the Premier to disrupt number of deaths caused by war is on the charge of having cursed the ure and voted for Hon. Claude Thomas, of Bourbon. Let it bo re- Germany, destroy 700.000. and the number of wounded President. y membered that Mr. Thomas was or take Turkey's capital or her home backed by Dr. Alexander, of the For- lands from her. Belgium must be ward League fame, and Senator completely restored and reparation Beckham and those who do is bidding made to her as far as possible; in Kentucky. France must have the wrong of 1871 the taking from her There are two courses open to the righted; un independent Legislature which met at noon today: Poland must be established includTo ratify the amendment to the con- ing all of Polish nationality who dequality of service on a party line stitution submitted by Congress to sire to join in it; the peoples of such is largely dependent upon the prohibit the manufacture and sale of regions as Arabia, Palestine, Mesointoxicating liquors or submit the potamia and Armenia, who have of the subscribers on line. question to popular vote. The latter under Turkish domination, must been have seems the fairest method since the their separate national conditions body was not elected to decide the subscriber should use a party line question of prohibition, but with the recognized; the wishes and interests of the natives of the German general understanding that tho ques- must be primarily regarded colonies by the for long periods of time, to the total extion would be submitted. At any ft rate, we hope whatever it does it pence conference; the claims of Italy clusion of others. own race reunion for those of will do quickly and get the matter for language must bo her regarded as and out of the way. vital; Rumania, Serbia and Montenegro must be restored. a party line is found to be in The president's address to congress is practically a repetition of his us"e, hang up your receiver immediately. Senator Bailey, of Texas, statement when he put all the rail- in Former speech against the Federal a long roads in the country under govern- Suffrage Amendment resolution, to it is off the hook conversation is ment control. On tho strength of it, bo voted on in the House Thursday, interfered with. bills were presented in the House to appropriate $500,000,000 to insure contended yesterday, before the Woman Suffrage Committee, expenses and pay the stockholders, Housewomen are incapable of that neighbor on a party line is enthe yearly dividends that tho roads forming tho three principal dutiesperof tiaid during tho three years ending citizenship, military service, sheriff titled to a reasonable use of the telephone in July last. Director McAdoo has tho biggest kind of a proposition on service, und jury service, and should service, and should be interrupted hein enact laws which they are his hands, which seems to grow in not incapable of obeying. have the privacy his conversation intermagnitude tlio more it is contemplated. Suit filed in tho Federal District fered with. Tho uuthor of "I Need Thee Ev Court at St. Louis on behalf of John ery Hour," and other famous gos-p- W. Seaman, a stockholder, for the aphymns, Mrs. Annie Sherwood pointment of a receiver for the UnitGolden Rule applies with particHawks, is dead at her home in Ver- ed Railways Company, of St. Louis, has aroused much interest in Louisular force to party line telephone service. mont, aged 83. May tho Mvect songs that she gladdened tho world with ville und Kentucky because of large find echo in tho land of pure delight holdings of stocks and bonds there. When you Telephone Smile to which sho has gone, to enjoy the Tho Supremo Court yestcrdav, in boon she needed hero below. a unanimous opinion delivered by y An order has been Issued that no Chief Justice White, swept aside contention raised against the semarried men with dependent families will bo drafted till single men are lective draft act, upholding the law exhausted. It is to be hoped that tho as constitutional, and ruling that AND rush of licenses will not cause troops to fight the enemy may bo Thompsio Cooper and other county sent anywhere, Incorporated ywiv jrI clerks to employ an additional force The Interior Journal $1.50 a year. to issuo the legal permits to marry. J. E. JORDAN, Lo cal Manager, Stanford treasonable charges against President Wilson and to endeavor to stir up trouble, which if made bv a German, or any American for that matter, would cause them to bo shot or hanged for treason. Instead of working to help the president, his sole object is to secure another term for himself, showing how base a man can be when obsessed with the ambition to nossesh power again. The presi dent may show strength and charac ter by enduring the slanderous thrusts, as some assert, but patience is not always a virtue and there should be a limit to it, by forcing the foul mouth of the slanderer to close. is one of tho most The dangerous men in public life and if he is not tried and found guilty of treason, he should at least be entern-e- d for the war. II. Bovce Taylor, pastor of the Baptist church at Murray, is making a torrihe hght against Ken Cross work and the Murray Ledger is giving him fits just what he deserves. A man claiming to be a preacher of Christ and Him crucified and opposing the great nnd good work that is being done by and through the Red Cross Chapters of this country, ought to be made to share a berth with the Kaiser in the place where the snow doesn't fall and where there is no water save in the lake of burning fire. To hades with such a creature. This paper would not dignify him by calling him reverend, nor even a man. McRoberts,Bailey&Rupley : MAIN STREET STANFORD, K.Y. in battle is over 2,000,000. It has also been estimated that the total" A bill to legalize boxing will be in the Legislature this session. Good. We hope it will be nassed. We want to be civen the right to box the fellows' ears who asks "is it cold enouch for you? when the mercury is playing below the zero mark. presented V. C. T. U. NOTES v is the beer and win? quantity and im- of alcohol that Kracnl.n Minii nnnmn,r in ni.-k- n " ..ch.n ;n It r W'VV4tVV ZGjegVGtuS , Lo the Bavarian armv. Evon with l2.r nor cent IV in til.' .mount of bImhi 1, t !e wn Mi ii the in ) year - C ?0 liu. ,,-- number of deaths and disabilities bvr reason of strong drink amounts, .among the white race alone, to 3,- luction 500,000 per year. Every year therewMl are greater losses from drink than have resulted from all the wars of rf . ih" world. With the world in need of food - I xlQilUil ' - '.jw e ,l . iN- -ir .. J i uni vita UU.Uu'Uiuu pro- bot-tl- o, giving-"Californ- hablt-formiu- tf Cold-well- 's 3111-- i s VWV!VAAlV m 3-- Austria-Hungar- Alsace-Lorrai- n Party Line Courtesy The co-operati- on that No When While Each of not or ol The cv-er- CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY .iL.i Hie Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, r? Tuesday, January 8, 1918 Notice to Depositors of The End ti Year Oeras Pain Stops Thoro Is AN URGENT NEED This is a S. O. S. call in behalf of the public schools. Recently I received n phone call from Mr. Kemp, Su- SAVINGS ACCOUNTS The interest for the six months ending Dec. 31st, 1917, on at Oncc-C- om Lilts 1 1 Off Cloon. liutluiu. In flu tom '? "Outs-It- " i.i.iil, for curiM. .lust Mio In to dlrfctloiii', stops nt onco Mill tlitn tlu' tuin . us) clean us io Uii " . ," huh o!T i fuss, no botlifr, no d .ie. Milliono ou kruw. Is all nov-- er lmp iffd It, more tn nan: oilur It i urn rftncilits combined, falls. li.-lt- school. pervisor of Jefferson county, for a principal of a consolidated school nt 90.00 a month in a handsome new buildinc in one of the best secl'ons of the SUite. I hnd to tell him I knew of noil' available. He answered that they wi uld likely have to close the The volunteers from the young men pimcipals and the drafting of other. have hit the school hard especially in principalships and upper grade people. Something ought to be (lone, l ust be done, if the schools nre going to run efficient next year. The En '.ern Kentucky State Normr.l School is ready, ctrnblc, nnd nnxious to do ) , part in this emergency. only d Do You Know of the boy in America leave school before Ihry com80 plete their high school studice. 1 only of American men get a college education. of the criminal of the United States com- - from the 90 uneducated mnsscs and 80 of the criminals commit their first crime between the ages of 12 and IG. 59 of Amcricjn widows earn their own living. Thce only, out of 1,500 inmates of almshouses were beneficiaries of life insurance policies. G9 out of every 85 people who reach the brc f 80, nre dependent. 89 out of every 100 psople who die, elavf nothing. Just the other day a Lincoln County boy said to mes "Do you know the policy you sold me eight years 'ago. paid my last year's expenses in college?'' - Savings Accounts The First National Bank have already been credited to the customers on our books, and now subject to their checks. The Holidays are suitable for the beginning of Savings Accuunts for children Savings Accounts of Everybody are Solicited Mrs. W. D. Welburn is confined to PERSONAL AND SOCIAL 11 Musical and Literary her bed with grip . Mrs. Georgia Cabell went to LebContest at graded school building at anon Junction Saturday night to vis3 P. M. it her daughters. Mrs. R. E. Thompson and Miss Fayette Wilkinson, of Lebanon, Tanna Thompson, of Crab Orchard, was here Sunday. Herbert Collier, of Crab Orchard, have been visiting the former's mother at Mt. Vernon. is working a trick at Hemp. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hiatt returnMr. Tinsley Spoonamore is out afed Saturday morning from their ter an illness of nearly six weeks-Mrs. W. J. Dumtway and sister. honeymoon spent in visiting relatives Miss Boone, spent several days with in Illinois and Indiana. Col. Lincoln Wells, of Casey, sent friends at Maywood. Ilcnlcv and John Cash, who have this office a check for his I. J. for spent the holidays at home, left the year 1918, making the 25th time he has done such a thing. Monday for college at Lexington. Mrs. Katherine Anderson has movMiss Fannie Sparks, of Mt. Vernon, arrived Saturday evening for a ed from her home on East Main brief visit to Miss Herta Jean Penny. street to the home ofK.her son, John F. D. No. 4. Mr. George Miller, of Alvia, Iowa, B. Anderson, out on Miss Berta Jean Penny arrived is the guest of his cousin, Hon. few James N. Saunders, on Danville av- middle of the weel' to spend a ."Wrs. days with her parents, Mr. and enue. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Adams, of George L. Penny. She will return to Cleveland, 0 have been with his San Diego. Cal.. in a short while. sister, Mrs. T. W. Pennington, and ty Dr. W. 15. O'Bannon. Lincoln counRepresentative, left Monday for family. Miss Sara Traylor was down from his post of duty at Frankfort. We Corbin Saturday morning to take a shall expect to hear good reports piano lesson from her teacher, Miss from the genial doctor while he is at the capital. Ellen Ballou. Mrs. Alice Newland. in remitting Miss Mary Wallin, chief operator savs in the telephone exchange here, for her paper from Elsah, 111., gathspent Sunday with the homefolks up that people of her section are ice off of the Mississering on Cedar Creek. News comes from Louisville that ippi river and that it is the prettiest Jr.,' has "been elevated that has bcer?"seen ih a long time. LancasMr. W. to first sergeant and that he now ter, was D. Hammock, of securing here this morning down $52 per month. takes railroad tickets for himself, wife and Miss Bessie H. Brackett, who re- Mrs. Will Hamilton and two chilturned to the University of Ken- dren, also of Lancaster, for Birtow, tucky Thursday, came home Friday Fla., for which place they will sait night with a badly sprained ankle. tomorrow to remain the balance f Mrs. A. T. Traylor and Harry the winter. Mrs. Jessie Stagg and Miss ElizaWest have moved from the country to the home on Lancaster street Mr. beth Stagg. who have been at with Mr. and Mrs. Will Riffe West recently purchased of Emmcttj Traylor. for the past several months, have reMrs. J. E. Buck and prettv little turned to Stanford. Mr. Riffe, thev daughters, who have been with her say, has been suffering deaths with mother, Mrs. Mattie Nevius. rotur-iean abscess on one of his hands, but to their home at Gilberts Creek this is considerably better now. One of the most beautiful ved- morninc Mr. and Mrs. Bronston blricr went dings of the season took place Sat up to Brodhead Sunday to visit her urdav afternoon at 3:30 o'clock in parents, Mr. ana Mrs. .1. it. uass. the Rest Room at the Hub DepartMrs. Elder will remain until the mid- ment Store when Miss Eliza Brandy, dle of the week. of Lincoln countv, and Mr. Louis B. W. S. Burch, who has been county Hays, of Gravel Switch, were united. attorney for a number of years, has The ceremony was performed by tlis moved his office to the rooms over Rev. W. T. May. Advocate. Mr. W. Carroll Shanks, of Stanthe First National Bank, where he will be found in the practice of his ford, one of the able State Bank Exprofession. aminers was in Somerset Wednesday Mr. L. S. Jones, who with his in connection with the duties of his daughter, Miss Fannie Sunshine office. Mr. Shanks is one of the four Jones, came down from Middlcsboro State Bank Examiners now on duty to visit his son. Dr. L. J. Jones, and in Kentucky and Pulaski countians family, was taken very ill and has will be glad to learn that our neighbeen confined to his room since. He boring boy from Lincoln is making was somewhat improved this morn- good in his work. Somerset News. ing. Hon. John W. Hughes left last The newly weds, Mr. and Mrs. week for a few days sojourn at Sanitatium, Martinsville. Thomas M. Phillips, returned Monday night from their honeymoon, Indiana, where he expects to find spent at the Gibson House, Cincinna- relief from rheumatism. Attorney ti. They are temporarily domiciled at Mary T. Tracy, who has been confinthe home of Dr. and Mrs. W. B. O'- ed nt homo with illness for u few Bannon, where they have been re- days, is again on deck and attended ceiving showers of congratulations the opening and organization of tho and good wishes since their arrival. January term of Circuit Court th' morning. Miss Tracy has several cases dekoctcd for trial at this term of court. Mrs. M. C. Tanner nnd little daughter, Margaret Elizabeth, who have been the guests of Mr. ami Mrs. J. C. Wayno, at their home on Maple avenue, returned to tlioir Now 's the t'ltic everyone must not h"? "b't" but his best; nny-'h'n- g b rt f f o v'- - best 's disloyalty. Tho P" inlrv i, dnvinding the supreme I two suggesic "' "irpf; There is a m 1e tions t c The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co., is 73 Years Old January 1st, 1918 and has been doing business in Kentucky for 70 years of that pe. riod. Safe, Conservative, and offers the youni; man or woman the very best opportunity of a systematic saving and protection Jan. . h Sam-Jr'Embr- IJus-tonvil- le d I Indianapolis, are with her parents. Mrs. Luther E.vls, of Middlcburg, ACID" IN "rniVRCH was with her mother hare latf week. iOUR THE FOOD AND Miss Cordu Li.ithi..n was tho CAUSE INDIGESTION guest of Mis.s Man.? S n W Thursday. D ep in F'xe Sour, "Pr Mi. and Mrs. F. N. Sm-- - pent , itli Mi. and .Ur.s. T W . Minutes Best. Doris Sims, who has been on Little upset You the sick list is some better at this stom..(.h don't know what of the your food which portion writing. do you? Well, don't did tht damage Miss Mamie Walls, of Middlctown, bothi" If vour stmaeh is in a revolt; Ohio, v. as with homefolks during the if sic., gassy and upset, .md what holidays. you ' ist ate has fermented and turnSchool was dismissed here for a ed si ir- head dizzy and aches, belch e few days on account of not having gase mid acids and eructate food; breath foul, tongue anv fuel. Mr. and Mrs. Bice McGuffey were coati d iust take a little Pape s A little Diapepsin occrsion-fiv- e the guests of Mr. Oatley Stnpp last Thursday. minutes you wonder what beMr. Dick Martirf, of Indianapolis, came 'of the indigestion and distress. spent nart of the holidays with s Millions of men and women today here. know that it is needless to Iv.ve dysMiss Ella Martin, of Reading, 0.. pepsia. A little Diapepsin occassii was the welcome guest of Mi3s Maud keeps the stomach sweetcMod, Sims last week. and they eat their favorit food Mrs. Vada Nunnelley, of McKin- without fear. ney, was the guest of Mrs. F. N. If your stomach docn't tnke car" Sims la.st week. of your liberal limit without rebelMr. Granville Bastin and Miss Eva lion; if your food is a damage inReed eloped to Tennessee and were stead of a help, remember the outcl:- married on the 22nd. est. surest, most harmless inuii il i Little Raymond Sims, of near Pape's Diapepsin. which cot; only Waynesburg, is visiting his grand- fifty cents for a large ease a drug parents here this week. stores. It's truly wonderful it stips Mr. and Mrs. Carl Smith, of Mt. food souring and sets things i,tnn,ht, Salem, spent Xmns with her mother, so trentlv and easily that ic is really Mrs. Alice Lucas at this place. astonishing. Your stomach will dig'-s- t Mr. Ernest Estes, of Camp Taylor, your meals if you keep acios neutra was in on a furlough and was here lized. Saturday mingling with friends. Saturday night nnd Sunday were The Department of Labor vester. regular preaching appointments here day intrusted to the United Stiica but there were very few who attend- Employment Service the mobiliza-o- f ed as it was so cold. 3,000,000 workers for agriculture, Miss Virgil Wilson, of Pineville, shipbuilding and war contract plants is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Chas. Wil- Tremendous expansion of the service son. Mr. and Mrs. James Toombs, is in progress in preparation for rewho have been in Indianapolis for cruiting men necessary to carry on some time have returned here. We the economic work in support of the are glad to havethem with us again. military forces in the war. -- a I'ttl- irr'n'ng Those women could come 'o E"t rn for two or three terms 'h's snrin ami rot ready for the wc '?. Of courso the salaries may IJon't H'ntp Time "lIoHrrlnff." 'Gels-l- f not bv reater thnn $50 or G0 a Novcr Falls. Thoro Is no ncctl for yon to go month, but thev would be doing a through, another day of corn agony. patriotn service. Second: There is Hut be sure you net "lrtn-it.- " Accept nothing else, for remember, going to be i. crcat shortage of printhere Is positively nothing elsn us cipals next year an now. In this novi-- r ooil. "(Jcts-lt- " irritates tho county, there is a number of experilive flesh, never makes tho toe sore. enced women, and men over draft You enn bo nliout ai usual with work or play, while "Gets-It,- " tho age, who could in two or three miiKlc, does all the. work. Then tho terms -- possibly less get ready for mm neels rlRht ofT llko a skin, ntnl Ic.ivoh tho toe ns smooth a nrinrinalship at a salary sav from nnd rorn-fre- e ns your palm. Never $G5 to $100 a month. Our Elemenhappened before, illil It? noes'" not. tary Certificate which can under today certain conditions be Oet a hottlo of "f!ots-lt- " in three from any drug ntorc, vnu need pay terms resident worksecuredof which one no moro than 2fic. or sent on receipt o, may be the summer term will enof price by B. Lawrence & Co., 111. able the holder to teach anywhere in Sold in Stanford and recommend the State. 'Eastern" is ready to train ed as the world's best corn remedy them for the job. Fr- e'hin? of thio kind must be Drug Store. by The Pen' don" i sr1 1, probably many, of the rchool mt t close, and that would NEW SALEM bo a Mr. James Ball, whu h"s been very T I COATES, President Eastern ill is somewhat improved,. TfentK' State Normal School, Mr. and Mrs. CI renee Hatfield, of Richir nd. ' -Chl-c.ig- ' 'e"t"d women in who have nrv-e- r thr "lit of tc iching school, but who c 'Id teifh t- well ns knit, wtih large u thw fo"i imb?r t no t'fiV - SEE ME NOW R.M. Newland Headquarters for All Kinds of Insurance Just Received! A car of buggies. Let us show you before buying. We guaran- tee to please you. ::: E. T. "" -- -- !?-- '. - Pence, i Jra? Stanford mini iiii a.i- il w -- miii iiiTTTTinirrnviii i ibimii I p- mL mm: p Thlnlw. .... itb J iI.h rt- kfr f..nno- . i i. i una vr.-- v VA :..1t 1 ysMwm ttfx-vJij- 'v"ri Sstriwll';'1 Lilr.MiL.' .V tfuchuittr th. on'7-rtfr- ' coupon "' f bio ,.! (r-i- W t( nu njn js"i Kill, I . - uni'i-gest- r ori.l H'JURBIN sssiU i t ' i i . i . ir i. r. J, -- i7 at. .ir.t V i -: .M i,.. i COMPANY. .J, -- .rl'ftV-i . w At Ui)ru .. ii (I 3 k a 1 Dia-neps- ii. home-folk- 1 m L-O-! 0 itroy boits For Men and Bos W. E. PERK? CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY EEH EXff9H 3-- 1 A Prosperous New Year To AH! Mur-tinsvil- le Start the New Year With a New Set of home in McKinney today.- - ton. Stanford. FOR "RENT House and lot on East Main street. Write or call on John B. Andeison, R. F. I). No. A, Stanford. A farm of 50 to 125 WANTED acres with good improvement. Land must be good. Box No. 12, Waynesburg, Ky. f FOR SALE An established retail milk route in Stanford, Ky. Come to me or address J. II. Camenisch, Stanford, Ky. FOK RENT The Helm home and lot on Danville avenue. House in good condition nnd desirable location. Immediate possession. See or 2-- tf 3-- A word to our farmer friends: Heretofore our .surplu.--. stock of Binders, Mowers, Grain Drills, Corn Planters, Etc., have been earned over to the next year bv the factories. "NOW THEY DO NOT." So we will not order out anything of the above lines unless they are sold. We look for 1018 to be our year My is to CENT-A-WOR- D ADS Row II. H. Wallace, pastor of the hardestearly. to getbeimplements.judge. advice order placebeyour orders You your own Your apwill (A ill ar rent a word tarli Umip. fiit.li First Baptist church at Sturgis, Ky with nrdir, no nd Irsi. thnn 25c 1.11I1 Itsiu1.) will begin a protracted meeting at preciated NOW, as we believe you will not regret it. Your buNICE, new bungalow on Logan the Haptist church at IJrodhead on siness of last year extended us, is hijrhly appreciated Yours, avenue for rent. .Miss Lena Hamp- Tuesday evening, Jan. 22nd, at 7 ln-i- 1 & Kennedy, the merchants, have sold their stock of goods to A. T. Scott and Dickerson Rry-antsvil- le W. H. His&ins, Stanford Noah Mnrsee. 89-t- Commissioner's Sale In obedeince to a judgment of the Lincoln, Circuit Court rendered at the November term 1917 in the action of Graham Wilson, alias Green Ferrill's adiur., etc., vs. Thos Manning, the undersigned Commissioner will on SATURDAY, JAN. 19, 1918, at about 2 P. M in front of tho courthouse door in Stanford, Ky., offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder, on a credit of six months, the tract of land now occupied by Thos. Manning, on the waters of Dix river, near Logantown in Lincoln county, Kentucky, bounded on north and east by the land of Wm. Porter and Alice Holmes; on the south by the land of Henry Hester and on the west by the land of Richard Hester, containing 88 acres moro or less. There- is a pass-wa- y on east sido of sr.id land, 20 feet wide running whole length of place. Tho object of tho sale is to satisfy the judgment of Graham Wilson's admr., for $700 with (5 pur cent, from Jan. 1, 1913, credited by $100 as of date Fob. 11, 1914; $10 March 2, I'JlIt, $JUU NOV !, 1U17 and also tho judgment of J. A. Allen for $99.-2- 5 with (i per cent, from Feb. 22, 1915, credited by $25 Feb. Hi, 1910: $25 Jan. 1, 1917 and the costs. The purchaser will bo required to givo bond with good security for missioner, bearing G per cent, interest from date of stlo until paid, having tho force and effect of n judg-mennd secured by Hen on the land. E. C. WALTON, M. C. L. C. C. 3t S&xcduL W535BBm6E8SBBm Cherry Bark Cough Syrup THE HOUSEHOLD COUGH SYRUP Guaranteed to Relieve Cough If it doen't relieve your, cough it won't cot you a cent. We firmly believe thut this cou(jh syrup is the best of the many kinds we carry. We are so sure that it will give speedy relief that we have no hesitancy whatever in backing it up with a monoy.back guarantee. Isn't that fair? Can you afford to overlook such a generous offer when you are in need of a cough remedy? Books or Ledger We have a splendid lot to select from at very reasonable prices. See them THE- - I Our Jitney Offer This And 5c. FOR SALE Three thoroughbred Don't miss this. Cut this slip, en- Aberdeen Angus bull calves. For inclose with five cents to Foley & Co., formation writo R. L. Kelley, Somer 2835 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, 111., p set, Ky., Route 2, Box 54. writing your namo and uddress clearFOR RENT Two rooms" over ly. You will receive in return n trial packugo containing Foley's Honey First National Bunk. One a front. & Tar Compound, for coughs, colds. Steam heat and conveniences. Deand croup. Foley Kidney Pills and lightful location. Enquire at bank, tf Foley Cathartic Tablets. Sold Every "SEWING MACHINES "Wliy not get you a good machine? The Singer where. easy running, perfect stitching. Call Ed Oaks, Stanford. Phone 147 W. How's This? 101-G- nhone II. J. McRoberts. 2-- tf We offer Ono Ilundied Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Hall's catarrh Medicine has been taken by catarrh sutferots for the past thirty-fiv- e years, uiul lias become known as tho most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's Cnturrh Medicine acts thru tho Wood on tho Mucous surfaces, oxpelllnir tho Poison from I ho Dloou and liculliur tho diseased portions. After you have taken Hall's Catnrrh Medtclno for a short time you will sou a great Improvement In your Reneral health. Start taking Hull's Catarrh Modi, cine at once nnd get rid of catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHKNKY & CO.. Toledo, Ohio. r-- ''' II nniKRlitB. 78oA ot LOST A radiator car Monday between Crab Orchard. Please office or to Ed Uiatt, FOR RENT hood for Ford Stanford and return to this Crab Orchard. 3-- 3 1 Penny Drug Store Quality, Accuracy and Fair Dealing E. R. Coleman, Proprietor My house and lot oti Lancaster street for 1918. For particulars see Hughes & McCarty, Stanford, Ky or writo mo at Liberty, Ky. P. W. Whipp. Lincoln Pharmacy Let the I. J. supply you with graved cards. en- FENCE POSTS I have for sale a lot of red cedar fence poste and also several nice barn posts, 18 to 25 feot long. If vou need them see mo at onco. M. F. Lawrence, Stunford, Route. 4. 4 p 3-- purchase price, payable to the Com- nt The I. J. is only 91,50 a year twice a week; $1 for once a week. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, AND CROPS WHAT IS A Is a man who, by A J. Fox Duddcrar sold to Harris private or public utterances, stands d calves at 8 Bros., 20 prosW. A. Brent sold to J. II. Hutchlns, in the way of a whole-hearte- d of Danville, 1(5 hojrs averaging 100 ecution of this war and the defent of tho German will to conquer. pounds at 10 He may do it by finding fault with At the dispersal sale of Holsteins held by S. J. Lobdoll, Wells, Vt., 48 the conduct of the war. lie may do it by impracticable peace arguments. head averaged $203. d He may do it through a mistaken Robert Meter baiiRht of R. S. a 158-acr- c tract of land seven policy He may do it because ho is in the nay of the German Governmiles from Lexington, for $20,153. A Lexington milk dealer was fined ment. Ho may do it because he has by 25 for putting condensed milk in been befooled and bamboozled bottles and selling it for the real ar- those who arc in Germany's pay. The Gcrmnn will to expansion by ticle. John B. Anderson bought of Mrs. conquest must be broken by defeat. shoats at If that rapacious will be not broken, Stemphley seven 33c and sold a load of corn to J. II. the war will not give us peace. In IJaughman & Co. at ?( per barrel. all the history of the world there Mrs. Ernest Mceks, of near Piqua, never existed a conquering nation has a turkey hen that is in a manner less fit to rule others than are the worth its weight in gold. From this Germans. This is true becnuse tho hen Mrs. .Mceks raised 30 turkeys German policy is so brutal, so cruel, this year. Thirteen of them hatched so scientifically exterminating. In May 14 and seventeen of them the streets of every town in Gcrmnn hatched June 18. The 30 turkeys Poland children are falling and dywere sold and realized Mrs. Mceks ing of starvation. Children 8 to 12 years of age arc being carried the neat sum of ?94.07. The largest fnrm sale ever record- through the streets by their parents ed in Scott county was made Satur- because they are too weak to walk day when Stone & Buckley sold what because of starvation. The Poles are is commonly known as the Mary being exterminated as fast as possiMoore farm, located about four ble by the Germans just as the Aron the menians the oldest Christian namiles from Gcorg'town, Payne's Depot pike, for $113,000, tion in the world arc being extermBrothers, of Versailles, inated by the Germans and Turks. Cleveland being the purchasers. There are 500 Why? Because Germany wants the property of the Poles for Germans acres in the tract. Harry Lazarus & Co., Bowling after the war; and because they want Green, bought one load of mules the property of the Armenians for in Bowling Gicen, at from $70 to the Turks and Germans after the 267.50; one load in Winchester, at war. Their will can and must be broken $240; one load in Tennessee, $21 b to $300; one load in Indiana, $175 to by defeat. It is not the will of the $250. They sold one load in Florida individual German. It is the bloody, at $85 to $100 and one in Georgia at brutal, cruel, devilish will of the $240. They sold some young mulct German Government and the Gerto farmers' at $500 to $525 per pair. man ruling class, miscducatcd in the W. M. Sams had better look out school which believes that war is the for the income tax man, for he can summation of human good. is anyone who A make a fortune from one hog. No telling what he makes with all his stands in the way of our successful doincrs. He bought a hog for $7.50. prosecution of the war Every word Last fall he sold nine of her shoats that falls from the tongue of any for $130; June 3, he sold three American or is written by him carshoats for $114; then he sold three ries with it a responsibility greater LAND, STOCK PRO-GERMApro-Germ435-pounc. c. Cay-woopro-Germ- Tuesday, January 8, 1918 , v he is The armies and navies of these Powers are fighting our fleet. They are dying by thousands every day to make the world safe for democracy. A MILLION FOR HIM If we win,otwe must win because they do most the lighting and dying. only do some of it. Cincinnati Man Discovers Drug That while we The enemy of Great Britian is pro- Loosens Corns So They German Lift Out The enemy of Russia is pro-Gman and antidemocratic. Good news spreads rapidly and The enemy of Italy is against druggists here are kept busy dispens- America. ing freezone, the recent discovery of The enemy of France is lost to a Cincinnati man, which is said to every claim of patriotism. it lifts out with loosen any corn bo Do not let these poi the fingers. in your locality costs very son the atmosphere A quarter of an ounce by slandering our allies without little at anv store which handles challenge. It is time to call down drugs, but this is said to be sufficient the man who fights against our ar to rid one's feet of every hard or mies with tongue or pen, no matter roft corn or callus. what flag those armies are fighting You apply just a few drops on under. tender-achin- g corn or toughed the Words are things. In such a cricallus and instantly the soreness is sis they are dreadful things, portensoon the corn or calllus tous things, things which cannot be relieved, and is so shriveled that it lifts out with- allowed to pass as of no account. out pain. It is a sticky substance cverv Gcrmnnv is penetrating which dries when applied and never country of the world with hired surinflames or even irritates the She disorganspies and traitors. rounding skin. ized the Russian army through traitThis discovery will prevent thou- ors after the revolution. She knew sands of deaths annually from lock- the plan of Russian battle before jaw and infection heretofore result- and through traitors. She has filled ing from the suicidal habit of cutting this country with spies and traitors. 1 corns. She has financed the I W. W. without a doubt. She has destroyed A bunch of key.s on rint' property and debauched our citizens. FOUND piece of chain attached. with a short Is there any American who d'os Owner can get them at this office by not long for pence? Not one? Neith3tf er is there a Briton or Frenchman paying for this adv. or Italian or Russian. But it must A WAR OF WIT not be a German peace, leaving the A letter cam" to me asking that I great spider in the center of his web put in this paper somn pretty foim waiting for another chance. Tr must of n guessir" con'"-- t llf.v would be a real peace. It must be made this do? the German people or with a What part of the body suggests with ruined Hohenzollern one or the an egotist? The eye. other. But he who talks peace as if What part of the body is found in ho only longs for it, as if he only The Limbs. a tree? were commissioned to make peace1, What is a bridge player's desire? must want a different sort of peace Hands. from the sort we must have. DisWhat should a good physician do? trust him. He may be sincere, but Heel. may not bo. What is the lot of slaves? Lashes. he The world in the past been What is a part of a shoe? The conquered by has traitors oftener than Tongue. arnn. The it was What part of the body does a Mexicanever conquered by each other people fought carnenter use? Nails slavery to Spain. Let us not be What part of the body that is the into by German gold into slavery seat of a man's affections? The stom- boueht to Germany. X. Y. Z ach. cat is religious? Catechism. What SOLDIER DISCat's HOW STANFORDATTACKS "What cat is PERSED eye. "For two years my stomach trouWhat cat can swim? Cat fish. What cat means misfortune? Ca- ble was so very bad, my doctor hud to inject morphine on several octastrophe. What cat helps a librarian? Cata- casions when I was stricken with these attacks. Since taking 4 bottles logue. What cat would a man hate to of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy I have been entirely well and nm serving have? Catalepsy. n. er more for $150; has three left worth $125, and finally he sold the hog" for $78.40, and she was worth Richmond Pantagraph. Contrary to past records the January court day proved to be unusually small in attendance and very little business was transacted. As is the custom, the farmers generally pour into Richmond in order to settle up accounts for the past year, and it proves a good day generally for the local merchants. However, the cold snap and snow that grelted the farmers Monday morning kept them hugging the 'fires and most of the fanners came to the conclusion that there was no place like home. Tht Madison county stockyards reported 1,500 cattle at 9 cents and 385 hogs selling at $15 per hundred. The Ea3t End Stockyards gave a similar report having 1,500 cattle and 300 hogs, strong on heavy stuff and light stuff a little weak. Richmond Register. IT SHOULD MAKE $10,-00- 0. than ever existed in the history of this nation. Look well at what you say or do. Germany has in this country hundreds of papers printed in the German tongue. Whether this ought to be or not is a grave question. If any of these papers are loyal, I do not know of them. Some of them may be, but I have not heard of them. These and other papers and many individuals say they are for America, but none of them say they are against Geimanv. Ho who is for us Is acalnst Ger many. He who is not against Germany, tooth and nail, in this war is not for America. You can tell the bv another test: If he is against France, or against Italy, or against Russia, pro-Germ- hr 3-- Health, harmony and happiness. Of course the emigrant from old Casey, who can't get back always pines for even the husks of his nativity. We leave it to metaphysicians to differentiate the law of compensation and apparent retribution or resentment in our excess of sluggards, on the confines, who toil only in swiping the living they feel due them because they were born. to congratulations We send George, the Interior's efficient, excellent factotum, an honor to his race and his greatest modern guild The Newspaper Fraternity. The cold has deferred the greatest exchange of residents in all our history. Mrs. Bettie Williams has moved to the farm she bought north of after selling to James Gann, who succeeded in moving in. Harrison Ramsey declined to the Kidd plantation, but has not determined where to move. Ed Moran has changed farms. Buck Goode is yet hesitant, and Jim Snow will probably move to the capital of the State of Casey. Will Martin has moved back after two years' homesickness. The Wrights have arranged to give J. B. Honaker possession, hut have not decided on a homo. We have not heard Gone Dunn's plans But for phone neighbor's voice would not have cheered us in last throe weeks' hibernation. Carriers pluckily plowed their daily deliveries but there were three successive days no messenger opened our mail box. Conditions ideal for Santa and the greetings he brought vcnj our urentest cheer. Jovous New Year to our "cheapest and best," its galaxy and clientele! Hus-tonvill- e, re-re- nt had in 1917 a solid block of 35 patriarchal home and farm owners and tenants, six widows, all grandmothers, one a groat grandmother, twenty eiplil grandfathers, seven of them great grandfathers, one a great, great grandfather. Eight of the old couples celebarted golden weddings, two nearest neighbors, the same year. passenger packets, making dailv runs between Louisville nnd Cincinnati, was due at dawn. Delayed by wind and ice it was dusk, Saturday 9th, when it was moored at its wharf to remain tied up till ice gorges were swept out of the Ohio in March. I have vivid memory of how fnst the mercury fell that day and night, but no record of how far below zero, but lower than in 1917. In February 188(5 there was a foot fall of snow nt Danville, two feet here, three feet at Somerset and south, in mountains. There were but four inches at Lexington, none at Cincinnati. Sunday morning, May 20, 1894, no Arctic explorer or Eskimo ever emerged from iirloo on a bleaker 'prospect than greeted denizens of Central Kentucky when they awoke. One tomnto plant was all of my tender vegetables which survived the foot fall of snow. The children gathered strawberries for dinner and used snow to provide ice cream. If there is other latitude of like capricious weather, where is it? Withal, altitude of Casey's peaks and plateaus assures such generous diffusion of invigorating fresh air that it is improbable other neighborhood can produce a prrallel to ours. We KIDD'S STORE Mr. Everett Smith nnd family, of Mecer county, W. Clay Floyd nnd Miss Marie, of Hustonvillc, Horace Bohon, of Bowling Green, Ed Powell, wife nnd daughter, Margaret Rowc, of Lincoln, were our holidny visitors. James Camden, of Sycamore OrchSTANFORD. KY. ard, one of Casey's best fnrmcrs, moved into the hnndsome annex he In Western Union Telegraph Office has built to the old Pigg home. A few car-loaof coal reached Moreland just before the blizzard nnd n load here and there has averted suffering, if not freezing. Farmers had subordinated their All persons hnving claims against wood piles to garnering the corn, and feel that their temporary supply of the State Bank & Trust Co., of Stanfuel was providential as the quails ford, Ky are hereby notified to and manna of biblical history. present their claims to the underWeather Bureau at Louisville re- signed properly proven ns required coldports the late blizzard earliest, est December weather of its forty by lnw, and all persons owing said bank arc directed to settle at once. years' records. Dccmber 8th, 1876, your cm res- H. C. BAUGHMAN, Special Deputy pondent was at Louisvi'ic, exneoting. Banking Commissioner. 1008t to go to Carrollton by boat t'ie 9th. That afternoon a heavy snowstorm preceded a gaie of such fury before night that the "crry bonts were tied TIT I represent the Isrgest snd belt msde-tup for two hours and street cars order clothing hoaso In 'this country Ed T. and Co., stalled by drifts. My boat, one of pcrlrnce Pricemeasuring Chicago. III. My tr In Watches, Clock?, Jewel ry and Spectacles Repaired by ROBERT FENZEL Satisfaction Guaranteed NOTICE! The we'il.known, tried nnd rcllablo penetrating preparation, "Mother's Friend", la prepared especially for mothers. It Is a natural aid to nature la Its work nnd la absolutely nnd entirely safe. By Us uso muscles expand easily tho abdominal when baby Is born and bearing down and Etrotchlng pains during tho period nro " I. "Mother's Friend" has been nvolcleu. used by thousands of women for thrca generations nnd no woman cliould fall to npply It night nnd morning. Get a liottla today from your druggist and wrlto for ll lustrntcd guldo book, "Motherhood nnd Aadrcss Th It Is free. tho Baby". Bradflcld Regulator Co., Dcpt, 21, 30C Lamar Building, Atlanta, Qa. N. Guaranteed Studeba-ke- r Benford Spark Plugs For Fords, Oakland, Buick, Dodge, and Other Cars! Save time and trouble We have in stock and guarantee these plug for tho life of your car. We will give a new plug for anyone that goes bad. PRICE $1.00 EACH To the Public: Ing of your clothes, gives mo over one who li not a practical will give ma your order, I will quare deal. Tou will get the money, cither in tho cheapest higher prices. My and directing the mnk tho advantage tailor. It you promise get satisfaction out of your car you t worth of your grades or the lino of samples Is now ready for your Gnu now and let me show you Practical Tailor T'DI MWJITLjEj STAXroHD. Kv FALL AND WINTER Phone No. 249 G. H. MASTERS TRI-STAT- Stanford, Ky. H"" Df CV I J. L. Beazlsy & Co., THE E PATRON SAYS: "No Thanks, Mr. Station Man, after cutting tbe feed cleaniag the stable milking the cows and running the separator, I will also buy my own railroa dtickct instead of paying you a FAT commission. If there is anything easy about keeping cows, I want it myself." Every farmer should ship his cream DIRECT to the Creamery. Phone 42, Stanford, Ky Undertaker Embalmer Undertaker Embalmer 55 Cents The Tri-Stat- e PER POUND FOR BUTTER FAT WEEK BEGINNING JAN. 7, '18 Butter 2 Tri-Stat- Co. CINCINNATI, O. J, C. McCLARY Ofiica Phone 167 Heme Fhcne 35 STATES FOOD ADMINISTRATION License No.G-1815e always largest producers have found the 25,000 of the dependable and most profitable. Do not let the Station Buyer talk you out of your cream and make for himself a profit of about 2c per pound or more. Ship US your next can or if you need cans, we will send them prepaid for 30 days trial. UNITED This is your last opportunity to purchase the reliable old remedy for the relief of Reumatism, 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. Redlands One pint $1.00 One quart $2.00 gal $3.25 SO. 00 One gallon Send P. O. Money Order to THE MAYFLOWER CO., DEPT. B. 209 Clay St., Redlands, Cal. E. A. Bethurum, Mgr. Di-eas- c, READ. MAN! READ1 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 One-ha- lf 5 Per Cent FARM LOANS Over 3 Million Loaned Through This Office J. H. Baughman & Co. INCOUTOOATED W. KING & SON INSURANCE BLUE GRASS FARMS Chcapsido & Short STANFORD, KY. FOR SALE Lexington, Ky Commissioner's Sale , semi-preciou- What cat tries to sing? Cat bird. What cat is only found underground? Catacombs. What cat appears in state funerals? Catafalque. in the United States Is costing the country, at the very mimimum, tons of anthracite annually. Almost without exception, every mine located in license territory is losing two days after each pay day, and many of them are losing three days twico amonth because of beer and whisky. One of the largest coal operators The death of J. B. Bowles, in a Louisville hospital, runs tho list of 589,000. deaths resulting from the Shepherds-vill- e Join the Red Cross today. wreck to 49. the United States Artillery, havbeen pronounced in perfect health bv Government physicians." It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which cnuses practically all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. One doso will convince or menoy 'efunded. Lincoln Pharmacy and Tho Penny Drug Store. 1 Tho liquor traffic is also absorbing the energy of lnbor. Prof. of Ynle University, places tho number of laborers, salesmen, managers, brewers, mnisters and the liko in ing 3-- Irving-Fishe- r, Lincoln Circuit Court T. F. Dunaway Plaintiff CAREER OF WILLIAM Judgment vs. William Gibbs McAdoo was born Shack Coleman, Defendants et al near Marietta. Gn.. in the foothills of Pursuant to a judgment of the Appalachian Mountains, on Oc- Lincoln Circuit Court, rendered the at tober 31. IS VL its November term, 1917, the underAt 14 a " iniless boy with no signed Commissioner will sell to tho prosnects. highest and in front of At 19 a d""iitv clerk in the United the Court-Hous- e best bidder in Stanford, door States Circit'1 Court, Eastern Dis- Ky., on trict of Teni,n'",oe. MONDAY, JAN. 14th, 1918 At 22 ndm'ltod to the bar. At 28 ownnr of a somewhat un- county court day, at 11 a. m., tho healthy street 'ailwav property in Knoxville, wh'"h went to smash following described tract of land: through no fault of his own, swoon Lying in Lincoln county, on the waing with it hi "amines and leaving ters of Fishing Creek, and beginning h'm uoorer in funds than ever, but at a stone nnd mulberry, stone about leaving him va'tlv richer in experi- four feet from mulberry and corner ence in genen'l and in n knowledge to Jacob Nance, and John S. Lee, thence with Jacob Nance's line S. 80 of transportation in particular. W. 89 5 poles to a hickory and At 29 an unlr""'n lnwer in New poplar, corner to same and corner ofYork City in a little Wall-strein Mrs. Elizabeth Allen's line, thence fice. poles to with her At 41 the su' ceiijfiil builder of the a stono lino S. 20toE. 144now ownand corner tract Hudson Tunnel. u ed by Ed Murphy, thence his line S. enterpris" At 49 vice ci''ionnn of the Dem- 3 4 W. 18 poles and 17 links to dogwoods and maple, and corner to ocratic Nntional ommittoo. Sallio land At 51 Secrotaw cf tho Treasury of tract of land, known as thesame S. 37 thence with the United States in President Wil- E. 20 poles to where a hickory and son's Cabinet. At 54 the Director General of tho hornbeam were called for and corner to same, thenco with same N. railroads of the United States. 70 E. 92 4 poles to a poplar stump, tho beginning corner to tho S. PREFERS CHAMBERLAIN'S land, thenco with same N. 00 "In tho course of a conversation E. 36 poles to two hickories, corner with Chamberlain Medicine Co.'s rep- to same and John Lee, thenco with resentative today, wo had occasion to Lee 34 2 W. 104 poles to begin11-2- 0 acres, discuss in n general way tho merits ning, containing 110 more or less. of their different preparations. At Said sale will be made for tho purhis suggestion I take pleasure in ex- pose of dividing the proceeds among pressing my estimation of Chamber- tho heirs. made lain's Cough Remedy. I have a fami- of The sale will bo day of on a credit C months from sale. Bond ly of six children and have used this with approved security required of remedy in my homo for yeais. I con- purchaser, payablo to mo as comsider it tho only 'cough remedy on missioner, and bearing interest from A rate of six per the market, as I have tried nearly all date at thealso bo retained cent the on lien will kinds." Earl C. Ross, Publisher property sold. E. C WALTON, M. C Hamilton County Republican-New- s, Lincoln Circuit Court Syracuse, Kan. G McADOO 1- -4 4-et hundred-million-dollar 3-3-1-- For His Suit, Hal, Over- - $A 7 f n i A "15k VI )W n lift L. -- en coat and Shoes Thewell-dressed- JMf -- isssi SSTro Mc-Mull- en h full-dresse- fm it W& d , man, for whom the best is none too good, comes to ROBINSON'S Next Door to Lincoln Bank mtp ms -- ., .