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No. HE INTItrior 5 er The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, January 15, 1918 THE FEARFUL COLD SNAP Since Friday's paper was printed this part of the country has experienced some terrlficly cold weather. After a blustery night Friday, tho mercury went ns low ns 14 below zero Saturday morning, and the day was a record-breakfor cold weather. The thermometer registered zero at noon and n few of those in places showed two to four above tbewcen 1 and 3 o'clock. A biting wind added to the discomfort of the day, which will long ho remembered as the most disagreeable even the oldest inhabitant can recall. Saturday night was another cold one nro-tect- Journal ed Tuesdays and Fridays THE COUNTRY OVER Senator Jnmcs II. Brady, of TdnKi, tlicyl suddenly in Washington of honrt Iroublo. Mrs. Augusta Mayer died at Ind., from the effects of a pin scratch. Arfnour & Co. and Swift & Co., Chicago packers, have had to close down their plants temporarily on account of inability to get coal. "Egglcss egg shampoos" have come to take their place with "wheatlcss bread" and other wartime innovations, through an edict of the Fond Administration for Kentucky. Major A. P. Gardner, former Congressman from Massachusetts, who resigned when war was declared to enter the army is in a dying condition at Camp Wheeler, from pneumonia. The national prohibition amend ment was ratified by the Virginia Senate by a vote of 30 to 8. A resolution to submit the amendment to a referendum was defeated, 28 to 1" A negro farmer, his wife and five ihildren were burned to death in their home in Warren county. Five grandchildren of the man almost "roze to death before assistance reached them. A carload of hard coal consigned o E. S. Moore, a millionaire manufacturer, for use at his Lake Forest residence, near Chicago, was seized by State Fuel Administrator Web-iteof Chicago. Circuit Judge C. D. Newell, on motion of the Maysvillc Gas Company, granted an order restraining the Columbia Gas Company, of West Virginia, from reducing the gas flow for he town of Maysvillc. Fjfe in the Industrial building destroyed the structure, which housed r3-- manufacturing concerns, cau.ng M,000,000 loss. Five dwellings, a a church and ngrocery also ' Terc destroyed, at Indianapolis. Railroad executives representing "77 lines and 90 per cent, of the mileage of the United States, in conference in New York City, decided to .sk that Congress limit Government control of railroad properties to the end of the war. Stella Kozeuolowski, 8 years old was shot to death in Chicago by Wil liam Delakowski, 82 years old, when and several playmates did not oey his orders to quit playing on the snow on his property. Police believe he was insane. Following a request made by Senator Ollie James, of Kentucky, the lederal Government began Monday an investigation into the industry, of which Kentucky is the center. Experts will consider why liemp buyers are offering 7 cents a pound for the present crop, as against 14 to 1G cents a pound paid for last j ear's yield. What was described as "a general industrial shutdown" took place at Jersey City, N. J., when electi-i- power for commercial purposes was discontinued for 24 houis by the Public Service Corporation under its plan to conserve fuel by withholding electric power three days a week in different sections of the State. The corporation announced a few days :igo that it was not getting enough .'oal to give normal service. sa-bo- n, e hemp-growin- DOINGS lc, r, g c DESERVES A GOLD MEDAL FOR THIS Cincinnati Authority Tells How To Dry Up Any Corn Or Callus So It Lifts Right Off men and suffer no longer. Wear the shoes, that nearly killed you before, says, this Cincinnati authority, because a fewirops of freczone applied directly on a tender, aching corn stops soreness at once and soon the corn loosens so it can be lifted out, root and all, without a bit of pain. A quarter of an ounce of freezone costs very little at any drug store, but is sufficient to take off every hard or soft corn or callus. This should be tried, as it is inexpensive and is said not to inflame or even it. ritate the surrounding tissuo or skin. If your wife wears high heels sho will be glad to know of this. You corn-pesterworn-financed PREFERS CHAMBERLAIN'S "In the course of a conversation with Chamberlain Medicine Co.'s representative today, we had occasion to discuss in a general way the merits of their different preparations. At his suggestion I take pleasure in expressing my estimation of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I have a family of six children and have used this remedy in my home for years. I consider it the only cough remedy on the market, as I have tried nearly all kinds." Earl C. Ross. Publisher Hamilton County Republican-NewSyracuse, Kan. s, Editor Hiram Duley, of the recently completed forty years in the printing business, and bids fair to remain longer. in hvpess many-yeaFlem-ingsbuTimes-Democra- rg t, rs board, and if the Baptists of Kentucky have any one man who is at TANKS FULL OF OIL the head of the Baptists of Kentucky, tanks There arc several BOY SCOUTS ORGANIZED that man is M. M. Stallings. Bro- full of oil in the oil section of the On Thursday night of last week a ther Taylor does not represent the county, but the weather has been so denomination of Kentucky in any bad that further effort to locate the number of boys met for the purpose sense. TWO WILLS PROBATED DEATH fluid has been declared off for a sea- of organizing a Stanford troop of the OF YOUNG MAN M. D. EARLY, In the county court Monday the On Monday afternoon Undertaker son. The Daniel Boone Co., Sylvester Boy Scouts of America. At their reMember of Board of Missions, Newton and The Becker lease all quest the meeting was opened by Dr. J. C. McClary received a wire from wills of Cicero Reynolds and Mi.-Stanford, Ky. have big tanks full to running over, Howard J. Brazelton, who explained W. T. Richardson saying that Wil- Mary Cowan were probated. In addibut they can neither prepare for a the scout movement and how to be- liam James was dead and that the tion to what his wife Mrs Mary H. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES pipe line or ship it away. It is very come a scout. A permanent organi- body would be brought to Preachcrs-vill- e Reynolds was to receive by the terms Drilling for oil will begin on Col. likely that not much work will bo zation was effected, the 17 boys presfor funeral and interment. Tho of their marriage contract, Mi. ReyJoe Gibson's farm near Somerset this done in the oil line until warmer ent enrolling as charter members. wire also stated that it was the de- nolds gave her for life the house and week. weather, and then it will be pushed By unanimous vote Mr. Brazelton sire of Mr. Richardson that the fam- lot on Lancaster street where he livMrs. Bridget O'Bannon, an old all it is worth. The impression wns chosen Scoutmaster and Joe T. ily of Mr. J. F. Miller, who live out ed at time of his death and Somer-- i for n resident of and of the vacant lot adjoining it in prevails that oil in paying quantities Embry assistant Messrs. J. L. Beaz-le- on the Preachersville pike, be notifiset, is dead. Kelly Francis, J. C. McClary, ed. Walter Miller, a son of J. F. tho rear; to Mrs. Eva P. Hunn he will be found on Mr. Forestus Reid's Mrs. Harriett Waddle, wife of farm, where drilling has been done to Prof. M. L. Caneer and Dr. J. F. Pey- Miller, was in town this morning and gives the house on Lancaster street, Frank Waddle, is dead at her home a depth of about 100 feet and also ton were chosen Scout Commission- - when asked about the telegram he where she now' lives and CG acres of near Somerset. on the Blain farm near Ilustonville. fers. Tim troop vas divided into two said: "W. T. Richardson, who lives the. Peak land on Knob Lick; to EdWilliam C. Butiman, aged CO and patrols; one taking the name of gar Reynolds the 150 acres where he clothing merchant of Oil experts insist that oil underlies "Beaver" with Willhm Tate as pa- at Parker City, Ind., married my sisa several sections of Lincoln county ter and William James her son, now lives; to Mrs. Lena LeCompte Nicholasville, is dead. trol leader "til .Toe NV i1frr assistant; 120 cit and say that neither work nor means the other will hcUji') n r he "Wolf was about 18 years old. I came in ty acres of land in Franklin counJohn W. Burris, a and 15 shares of stock in National will be spared in trying to locate it. town to wire the family of my sister izen of the Barren Fork section of Patrol" with TVw'' Wither leader of my mother's illness, when I was Bank of Hustonville. All are given Pulaski county, is dead. Joe told of the message that Mr. McClary life estates in the land with remainand Howard I.riJel' CITY COUNCIL ORGANIZES Somerset High School defeated t Walter was elected n . hir'ler and had just received. I look for the body der to their children. All of the reThe new city council had P"? Centre College basket ball team 19 meeting Friday night, when 11. v Howard Brazcltontroop .eribc- The of my nephew tonight, but I am mainder of the estate to to reduced to 1 1 at Danville Friday night. who were chosen n n c ui local troop willaffiliate with tho Na-- , not prepared to say what caused his to cash and divided ajcally among,""-'"''" Allen Smith, a member of Co. D. of demise." Mrs. Hunn, Mrs. LeCompte and Edcus held some ten dav au ware 33Gth Infantry, is dead at Camp mcrica, endeavoring to carry out gar Reynolds after charging them elected. These are Hon. P. M Zachary Taylor. He was from Monti-cellcity attorney, Albert II ' the program of that movement. McINTOSH with certain advancements. Mr. J. CASHIER STANLEY Severance, city clerk, and George T. The South Ben, Ind., News con- B. Paxton was named as executor C. Tartar, of the Pulaski Judge R. police. The First Na ALL TRAINS RUNNING LATE tains a splendid picture of Stanley without bond. Miss Cowan gave her court, appointed C. B. Marcum, Dan Wood, chief of The trains have been very much Mcintosh, who was the first cashier entire estate to her nephew, Mr. Lincoln Coun Phelps, R. E. Todd, I. E. Payne tional Bank outbid the ty National for the city deposit, pay- out of kclter during the bad weath- of the Waynesburg Deposit Bank, but Joshua B. Jones, and also named him trustees of the town of Eubank. ing $221 for it, and Mr. Walter W. er and Saturday it looked for a while who now is the cashier of the Trust as her executor without bond. Sheriff J. M. Weddle, who went Saunders was elected treasurer. Va- as if we were to have no passenger & Savings Bank at Mishawaka, Ind. into office in Pulaski county last VERY DULL COURT DAY rious committees were appointed and trains at all. No. 23, due here at Accompanying tile picture is an inweek named eight deputies and C. December court was a farce the members of the council organiz- 10:48 A. M., did not arrive until terview with Mr. Mcintosh on the county clerk, M. Langdon, ed well for the work that is before 3.:30 P. M., and No. 28, which is conditions of his town and his bank, the weather was so cold the nemed 12. scheduled to arrive at 10:28 rolled in which he gives both an excellent farmers and others could not get to them. Mrs. Sarah K. Biggerstaff, aged in between 6 and 7 o'clock in the evboost. He says he takes especial pride town, and yesterday, January cYiurt, 71 and the widow of ening. No. 21, the surest of all trains DULL IN COUNTY COURT in stating that in all the "drives" for was worse, if possible. Snow fell from Madison county farmer, is dead at The only business done in the to arrive on time, whistled for Stan- money for various charitable pur- an early hour in the morning until the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lynn county court Monday was the pro- ford just as the clock struck 7 Sunposes conducted recently Mishawaka noon and then rain began to fall, West, in Lexington. bating of the two wills mentioned day morning, when it should have ar- has gone over the top, but notwith- making the weather conditions just Mason & Hanger, builders of Camp nlsowhnro nnd thn nnnointmpnt of rived at 11:17 the evening before. about as bad as could be possible. Zachary Taylor, have been awarded the fonowin gentlemen as a board All trains have been from one hour standing his bank has the biggest de- Very few people were in town and posit in its history. a contract to consmict warenouse of supervisors: Messrs. W. T. Tuckto five or six hours late. These dethe majority of those who did come and docks at Newark, N. J., work er, J. B. Honakcr and W. S. Embry. lays must not be attributed to the used sleighs or walked. The snow had HUBBLE on which is to begin immediately. The selection of these gentlemen new management of the ralroads, At a meeting of the directors of drifted in some place along the pike The work probably will cost showed excellent judgment, for they however, but to the fearful weather the Lincoln County National Bank ten feet deep and some of the roads Richmond Register. men and know as conditions that have prevailed for Saturday afternoon Senator R. L. in the county were blockaded. Very are Mr. J. W. Hood has taken posses- well as any other citizens the value the past month or six weeks. Hubble was made second little was done in cattle trading and sion of his farm in Lincoln county of the various properties assessed in of that institution and the pres- the mule and'horse market was about FUND VERY LOW and has moved there. He wns in Lincoln county. The magistrates did CHARITY ent officers were elected for the year as dull. The merchants had a poor Mr. Welch Rochester, custodian of 1918. Somerset Saturday on a business trip not meet, but will have their first Senator Hubble, although one day. In fact there were hardly as the charity fund, informs this paper of the most extensive farmers in many people in town as there are and dropped in to have the Journal meeting next Monday. follow him. We regret to looses Mr. that the treasury is almost depleted Lincoln county, is an active worker on an ordinary Saturday afternoon Hood, for he is not only an excel- COE MOSER'S EXCELLENT JOB and that many calls are being made for the Lincoln National and makes and business was at' htandstill. lent citizen but a good farmer. PuCoe Moser's friends, and they are on him and the other members of the his headquarters in the banking office laski needs to keep such men. Som- many, will be glad to learn that Jio charity committee for funds, coal when ever he is in town. RATIFIED FEDERAL "PROHIB" erset Journal. has been given the L. & N. agency and clothing. Ho asks the Interior The Kentucky General Assembly JAMES MILLER PASSES OVER yesterday ratified the Federal measat Bardstown Junction, one of the Journal to say to the people of StanRURAL LIFE PROBLEM ford that money for charity purJames Miller, aged 7G .died at his ure looking to nation-widprohibiIn the rural school of America be- best paying agencies on this line of poses was never worse needed than home at Hales Well and was buried tion, both the House nnd Senate the road. He has not been ordered to tween six and seven million children now and that he hopes any and all Sunday. He is survived by his wife, adopting a resolution to that end ofcome from tho farm. Not only report for duty but has been inform- who are willing to give will get into who was Mrs. Hammonds, a widow. fered by Representative A. J. Oliver, ed that he wilL be expected to do so every American citizen, but every communication with him. There are Mr. Charles W. Lovell, who lived near Republican, of Allen county. Stanley American enterprise, depends almost on notification. There were a number many families in town who are realentirely upon the success of one great of applicants for the position, many ly in need of fuel and food, and if Mr. Miller and who knew him men, by combining with Republican well, says he was a splendid citizen members in support of the Oliver No human of the men older in the service than industry agriculture. Mr. Moser, and it was evidently a there ever was a time when charity and a most excellent man" in every resolution, scored over the agency can accomplish so much in should begin at homo it is now. If way. winning. wing of the Democratic improving the ruraL and agriculture case of merit you have any change to spare see party that had hoped, through adopconditions as the country school. Tho ESTHRIDGE ALFORD PARDONED Mr. Rochester as soon as you can. IMPROVING HIS STORE tion of a resolution introduced by gravest domestic problem that conSam Robinson has had John T. Esthridgo Alford, who killed Oli Every little is a help. Senator L. M. Smith, of Mercer counfronts our country today is that of Blankenship, the contractor, working ty, to McKinney in 1915 land any glory that might atrural education. It is considered by ver Smith near MASTER COMMISSIONER SALES on the interior of his big store for was given from 15 to 21 years tach to ratification of the Federal activ- and specialists in rural educational E. C. Walton', master commission the past week or so, putting in clothes in the Reformatory at Frankfort, has ities that consolidation is the most er, sold Monday the Shark Coleman racks and making improvements gen- plan. Alimportant factor in the solution of been pardoned by Gov. Stanley. 11G acres, on Fishing Creek, erally. Drop in some time and sec killed Smith over a bottle of farm of FOLLOWS MOTHER SON this problem. There is no better way ford near Kings Mountain, for 780. Mr. what a convenient, pretty store Mr. whisky, it was claimed. The two had Mrs. Tinsley, tho aged mother of for developing the community, fosT. F. Dunaway, agent for tin- South- Robinson has. during the Mrs. J. Eubanks, who lives von the tering civic pride and cultivating a been drinking together Kings Mountain, wa3 day of the tragedy. Alford came ern Railway nt spirit of than by a The Garley Adams SHERIFF WEATHERFORD'S SALE Middleburg pike, just this side of the purchaser. home from Frankfort Friday night. the school, Sheriff J. G. Wcatherford disposed Casey line, died Friday nnd was laid farm of 85 acres, situated on Cedar Ho lives in the McKinney section. complete in its equipment and mancreek, in tho Eastern section of the of his deliquent tax list Monday af- to rest in the Elliott burying ground ned by a strong faculty of teacher county, was bought by Ora Turn-bul- ternoon, when Auctioneer John B. nearby on Sunday afternoon after Chairman Oliver, of the House Nain sympathy with rural life and unDinwiddie, of Moreland, cried them services by Mr. J. C.McClary, of this of Dopew, Okla., for $1,225. derstanding the needs of a rural val Investigation Subcommittee, made off. Tho county und State bought the city. She was nearly 80 years old and community. With the rupid progress public tho result of the investigation KNIKHTS OF PYTHIAS' MEETING most of tho 150 or more places sold was a splendid woman. Her son, WilDiadem Lodge No. 81 Knights of for taxes. The list was the smallest in liam Moses Tinsley, just over tho In road building throughout the of the Navy's Ordnance Bureau. Tho line in Casey, was buried tho day his State, it is hoped that Kentucky will efficiency of tho bureau is highly Pythius will have a special meeting a long time. business Thursday mother died. The loss of mother and soon take her place as to better praised. It is shown that for years of importance S. MONUMENT E. OWSLEY brother so close together is n terriblo roads and more consolidated schools, tho bureau has been storing up guns night, Jan. 17th. All brothers aro reMr. Harry Jacobs, the monument blow to Mrs. Eubanks, who has tho and munitions and keeping well oiled quested to be present. You are needthereby becoming incentives to better rural education. G, Singleton, the machinery of the department in ed. Don't forget to come. W, W. man, says he has a big monument ut sympathy of all in her great trouble. ' the depot which he will take out u'utl preparation for war. Much assistance Saunders K. of R. and Seals. Supt. Four negros were "Killed in Louisplace over the. grave of the late S. has been given the Allies and the enWatches and rivers do not run tire United States merchant fleet has The MiddleBboro Three States has E. Owsley ns soon as weather condi ville this morning when a church collapsed. long without winding. tions will permit. installed a new model 19 linotype. been equipped to fight submarines. 250-barrcl SAYS REV. MR. TAYLOR NOT ARRESTED THREE SLACKERS The following is taken from the HEAD OF STATE BAPTISTS (Courier-Journa- l) Dnnvillc Advocate: Deputy United My attention has been called to t States Marshal C. L. Winfrey was some publications in tho secular press recently sent out to "collect" a slack-i- n regard to some sayings and do- - cr who was charged with failure to ings of the Rev., J. Boycc Taylor, of register. Tho warrant directed tho Murray, Ky. These publications are apprenhension of Robert McQucary, misleading, though not intentional, of Garrard county, and while scout-Henc- e I ask that you kindly give this ing about looking for young from me a place in your Quenry the report became noised paper in order to spt the fncts before about that "a United States marshal J is out looking for slackers who fail- the general public. It is true that Urothcr Taylor was ed to register," and before Marshnl elected chairman of the General As-- 1 Winfrey located McQueary two at'Paducah last November. Cr young men in tho Crab Orchard e This, however, did not constitute him neighborhood, who had heard the head of the denomination in mor about slackers being sought, Kentucky. The most that can be said sought Marshal Winfrey and sur-o- f that body is that it is advisory. It rendered for failure to register. The has no authority except to suggest or Inst two named men were James to the local churches. i;ns and Chester Brock. As Winfrey When it ndjoums it adjourns sine die had no warrants for Collins and The work of the denomination in the Brock, he allowed them to accompany interim heads up in the State Board him to Danville, where upon their of Missions and Education. This board own statements, warrants were issuhas the entire charge of all the gen- ed by Commissioner W. L. Lawwill eral work of the denomination in and the three of them will probably Kentucky. The Rev. M. M. Stallings, be tried at tho next regular term of of Greenville, is president of this Federal court at Richmond. ru-th( I and Sunday morning the mercury read four to six below. The wind ceased to n considerable extent and by afternoon a temperature of 18 to 20 was shown. It snowed again Sunday night and yestorday was all sorts of a day, except a good one. Snow to a depth of eight or ten inches on the level and no telling how deep in drifts had accumulated and then it began to rain. The wet snow made navigation almost out of tho question and tho few who came to towr to attend court had a hard time getting back home. LITERARY CONTEST The regular meeting of the Woman's Club was hold in the Graded School Friday, Jan. 11th, when a contest in music and literature, between the fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth grades was enjoyed. Mrs. E. C. Walton the president of the club, presided over the meeting, and in n few well chosen words expressed the relation of the Woman's Club to the school, and its interest in the work of the pupils. The contestants were Introduced by Miss Annette Wear-eShe mentioned the fact that all the musical ocntcstnnts arc members of the Bach Club, the youngest of the music clubs. After careful consideration the judges decided in favor of Miss Mary Ruth Roinhnrt, whose piano solo was beautifully rendered, and Miss Margaret Pcttus whoso paper on, "How Can I Help Make Our Community Clean and Beautiful?" gave many practical suggestions. To these the prizes, awarded by the club, were given. The following progann was enjoyed: Piano, Matilda Bell, grade G; Paper, Mary Ruth Reinhart, grade 5; Piano, Lelia Cook Raney, grade 8; Paper, Sara Beck, grade 7; Piano. Mary Ruth Reinhart, grade 5; Paper, Margaret Pcttus, grade 8; Piano, Martha Ewing Tcrhune, grade 7; Paper, Matilda Bell, grade G. MUSICAL n. THE LATEST WAR NEWS Prince Alexander von Hohenlohe, who has long held liberal views, and was among the German representatives at the Pacifist congress in Switzerland, expressed the belief that should the Germans as u people rid themselves of the fixed idea that America entered the war only for selfish and material interests, President Wilson's new messnge "can become a way toward peace." reported front It is Pctrograd that the Bolsheviki have taken control at Novo Tcherkassk, capital of the province of the Don Cossacks and headquarters of Gen. Kaledines, Hctman of the Cossacks. Another delay in the assembling of the Constituent Assembly is likely because of the issuance of a decree at Petrograd providing for new elections to replace members of the Constituent Assembly who are deemed not to represent the interest of the workmen and peasants. According to reports from Russian capital Northern Russia is to receive ample food supplies from Ukraine, through the reconciliation of the Bolsheviki and the Ukrainians. The peace negotiations between the Bolsheviki and the representatives of the Quadruple Allik continue, but ance at without definite results. semi-official- ly S Brest-Litovs- s j one-ha- lf well-know- y, I j well-know- n well-know- n ''v Ir-- xvn-tlcm- -- oy ' o. N se ; well-know- n j VICE-PRESIDEN- T $10,-000,00- 0. fair-minde- d vice-preside- nt e - well-house- d, l, The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, January 15, 1918 The interior Journal E. C. Walton and J. H. Wright All of the purchasers of the First Liberty Loan may now get their tntrrtd tht pmtftiet at Stanford, Kv., trrond rln'l mail matltr. Conversion 4 per cent Bonds by presenting their temporary receipt for same Dr. M. D. Early, pastor of tho First Baptist church of this city, did right when he informed the public through the columns of the Louisville Courier Journnl that .1. Boyco Taylor, the Murray preacher who is comdemning Red Cross work and those who engage in it, is not the head of the Baptist churches of this State. From now hence Mr. Taylor will do well to be of the splenconsidered the did Christian organiation, if indeed he retain membership in it nt all. Making him moderator of the association that met last year seems to have turned the head of the man the wrong way and some influence or another has succeeded in making a of him. Dr. Early's card appears elsewhere in this paper. tail-en- d JL A 1 'bryan I BROS. Warm Clothing and Rubber Footwear Now is the time to fortify yourself for cold weathei. We have just received some new Kersey Suits, corduroys and extra heavy serges. We have anything in Rubber Footwear from a boy's sandal to a man's rubber boot. ' I LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Under Same anagement LINCOLN TRUST COMPANY "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE" gjsgSW""??! The opposition papers that were nsserting that Thomas would be elected speaker as easy as rolling off a log arc saying very little since he was snowed under by the governor's choice. They do not even clnim that it was accomplished by bribery and promise of office and appear to take little stock in the assertion of the from the Western part of the state that an effort was made to. bribe him to vote for Crowe. We trust the result of the contest will teach the opponents a lesson and that they will realize that Democratic success is not achieved by fighting Democratic administrations, especially when done purely for spite. Mmm NASHVILLE WCST NA3HV1LLE yV NOt Flannel shirts, wool sox, heavy underwear and corduroy pants. We can keep you warm at small cost. I I I Remember the blizzards are coming. Heavy overcoats, raincoats and slickers. iwf MAIN STREET McRober ts, Bailey & Rupley THIS AND THAT The British navy lost a war vessel early Wednesday morning when the destroyer Raccoon ran on the rocks off the North Irish coast and sank Jrl v.vu. '.yr"HT'.S' .i.TJ.li J'.i THT with all hands. n deputy J. C. Wilson, collector of internal reveune, is dead at Harrodsburg. He was 72 years old, and a former Confederate soldier. He was stricken with acute indigestion. He is survived by his widow. She Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been years of the UniIn the iu use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of 3 versity of Kentucky's existence, and has been made under his per- students have attended its sesKnn.nl stinerv?E?nn ctnrA ifc infannr sions. From Kentucky there were KENTUCKY CRAB ORCHARD, uc&4 Allow no one to deceive vou in this- 12,378 students; other States furAll Counterfeits, Imitations and " ' are but Louisville are nished 1,140 and foreign countries The authorities in Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of wiser in their day and generation sixty-fivEvery county in the State Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. than those of Lexington. In the Falls is represented. It t'oesn't do any good for a womCity a clause in the' contract with Assuming that the great war will an to smile over the telephone but I the gas company requires a reduction come to an end this winter, its total she always seems to think it does. Castona is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, cent., in bills for every cost is figured at $145,000,000,000, of ten per Th Shipping Board reports SaturDrops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant It contains 21 hours there is insufficient pres- j of which Germany and England each day showed that America's producneither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its. sure to porduce warmth. In the Blue would bear $30,000,000,000, France tion of merchant ships in 1917 was age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has Wo can't expect tho stomach to net Grass city there is no such clause in $25,000,000,000, Austria $i::,000,-000,00- 0 901,223 gross tons, or nearly double normally leen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, if tho natural avenues of elim- their contract and the people have to and the United States ination are blocked so It cannot disthat of 1916. "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising pose of Its tho towels are. Midwinter quiet on the part of the constipated refuse. When Is called upon sufTer and pay for what they do not therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids tho stomach beyond Its capacity and tho infantry continues to prevail on the for work "bloat, bolchlnc, headache, and get. It seems however that a prosProvost Marshal General Crowder the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. result Is something for various battlefronts. The artillery discomfort generally, and, unless the ecution for obtaining The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Saturday notified all State Govern-nor- s condition is promptly relieved, serious nothing might lie in the premises. has been active in some sectors, no- Illness. of new regulations, approved by tably north of Verdun,' where the Is An effective) remedy for constipation The sentences of two years each President Wilson, under which the sold In drusr stores namo firing, was reported heavy between of Dr. Caldwell's Syrupunder the It Is given Emma Goldman and Alexander boards hereafter will receive an agPepsin. a combination of simple Benumont and Bezonvaux. The Brit- with pepsin that nets on laxative herbs Berkman, of New York, for attempt- gregate of 30 cents remuneration for the bowels In the Signature of g ish carried out a raid east of Loos a ffontle, natural manner, without or other or discomfort, affordi- ing to obstruct the selective draft, each man finally classified, exclusive ng1 speedy relief. Oct a bottle of Dr. were confirmed and captured a few prisoners. physiby the supreme of compensation for clerks or Caldwell's Syrnp Pepsin from your Food Administrator Hoover, in a and have it In the house when you court. Emma's dilemma is caused by cians who are not members of the need It; costs cents and Is statement issued Saturday, revealed the IdealIt family only fifty mild enough her own foolhardiness and she will board. remedy, for children and sufplans of the Administration to en- ficiently powerful old people, yet con- receive little sympathy from the pubDr. Ernst Kunwald, former direcstrongest force food conservation in restaur- stitution. A trial for the free of charge, lic, which has long since grown tired tor of the Cincinnati Symphony Orbottle, can be obtained by writing to Dr. W. S. ants and extension of the chestra, rearrested on orders from of her and her mad acts. Caldwell, 456 Washington St., Illinois. regulations to make them apply Washington, is en route to Fort Republicans of Knox county en- Oglethrope, Ga., for internment, dur to the householder in order to meet Lack of coal caused the loss of dorsed the candidacy of J. M. Rob- - ing the period of the war. Dr. Kunthe needs of the Allies, who will reKind You Always quire from 75,000,000 to 90,000,000 IJ,81 8 working hours in paper mills sion, of Barbourville, for Congress. wald was arrested several weeks ago. THt CENTAUR COMMMV, NKW YORK CITY. One C. Powers, who is misrepresen- but released twelve hours later. He during December. bushels more American wheat. ting the district in which Knox is lo- is an Austrian citizen and said to be cated and whose home is at Bar- a reserve officer. Mrs. Mary Johnson, of Flushing, Pearl Bailey, a youth of 20, died bourville, is again running for Con Immediate action to curtail nongress, but his home people cither essential industries by closing down of heart disease while digging a grave N. Y., wife of a merchant marine haven't heard of it or arc preparing plants three days each week, is ex- for the body of Mrs. Kelly Maguire engineer who is helived to have lost his life three years ago when a Gerat Jackson. to repudiate him. pected to relieve the coal famine in John Horan, a representative cit- man submarine sank his vessel, has the East. In New York, the situa- izen of Marion county, froze to death given her four sons A car of buggies. Let to the service of A soldier boy at Camp Zachary tion is critical and intense suffering Taylor was given three years in Fed- throughout the East is reported. Fed- while walking home from. Lebanon the United States to avenge life us show you Friday night. death. eral prison for inserting medicine in eral Fuel Administrator Garfield ir a The owners of Hourless, Cudgel buying. We guaranhis eyes that would temporarily instatement said he is not planning at and Omar Khayyan are preparing for terfere with his sight, in order that present to set prices on fuel oils. tee to please you. : : : a race between those speedy banghe might bo discharged. A soldier of In view of the tone of the questhat characteer would help Uncle tions propounded by Chairman Lau- tails. It should attract a great deal of attention. Sam far more in prison than he would rence B. Finn, of the Kentucky State Conductor C. A. Burns, of the Q. on tho battle field. Railroad Commission, at the inquiry & C, was killed in a railroad acci Mr. Watterson must realize that into tho Shcphcrdsville wreck it is dent at Ludlow. He was one of the the times are out of joint, when two expected the Legislature will be urg- oldest and best known conductors on of his pet aversions are adopted by ed to enact laws requiring the road the road. TRI-STAT- E congress in less than a week. Prohibi- to install an automatic "block" sig-nTho Bolsheviki newspaper Pravda, SAYS: system. Operator Jess Weather-for- in commenting on President Wilson's tion and woman suffrage treading so who was stationed at "No Thankf, Mr. Station Man, after cutting the feed cleaning closely on each other's heels are address to Congress, describes the when the wreck occurred, President as the head of a rapacious Must sell. 185 acres limethe stable milking the cowt and running the separator, I will alto enough to drive him raving crazy. of paying you a FAT commisbuy my own railroa dticket instead will bo exonerated of nil blamo. En- American imperialism and as the stone land, on pike; lays sion. If there is anything easy about keeping cows, I want it mySwift & Co., of Chicago, report gineer W. M. Wolfenbergcr, of No. greatest hypocrite history ever has self." well; mostly in grass; profit of 34 2 per" cent., while Ar- 7, which struck the accommodation known. Every farmer should ship his cream DIRECT to the Creamery. mour's were doubtless more. Such train, testified "We often run by It was learned at Lexington that land to go in hemp, corn profiteering on the necessities of life those signals." Robert Forbes, formerly of Breathitt or tobacco. should be made a capital offence, esThe first annual banquet by the county, was one of the victims of the pecially when so many people are pastor to the men of the Christian L. & N., wreck at Newport last Tuessuffering for food, church was held last Friday evening day. Forbes was recently pardoned Two dwellings, barns, etc; in tho basement of the church and it If tho oldest inhabitant ever ex- was u success from every standpoint. from the State prison, where he was serving n term for shooting and kill- farm would divide nicely;, perienced a colder spell than this he About one hundred men were presing Hannibal Hurst, at Jackson, two and priced is discreetly silent. He does not want ent, a greater number of which for per pound for Butter Fat week beginning Jan. 14, 1918 we.ro years ago, He was employed by the to have the "lie" flung in his face. members of this congregation, but L. & N and was killed when making possession on easy Tri-Stat- e It is Col. Junii'j Maret now, Gov. thero were several invited guests his first run. $85 acre. Address A: O. Stanley having made tho among which the pastors of other CINCINNATI, O. "Father of the Booneway" a member churches were to be found. Aftor n ARE YOUR SEWERS CLOGGED? moat refreshing luncheon of sandThe bowels are tho sewerage sysof his staff. Good morning Colonel. FOOD ADMINISTRATION UNITED STATES wiches, Saratoga chips, pickles, olives tem of the body. You can well imNo. License John Purroy Mitchell, who retired and coffee, Elder Delaware W. Scott, agine tho result when they are stopalways 25,000 of the largest producers have found tho ped up as in the case in constipation. on January 1, as Mayor of New York in the role of both host and dependable and most profitable'. Do not let tho Station Buyer talk in his most alluring manner As a purgative you will find Chamyou out of your cream and make for himself a profit of about 2c has been appointed a Major in the berlain's excellent. They are per pound or more. Ship US your next can or if you need cans, Aviation Corps of the United State conducted the toastlist. Somerset mild and Tablets in their action. Thov centlo we will send them prepaid for 30 days trial. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY Commonwealth. Army. also improve tho digestion. Corduroy Suits Fur Men anrfBoys W. E. PERKINS Congrcsslady Jcannette Rankin, of Montana, is demonstrating the futility of the woman in politics. She refused to stand by the president in a declaration of war with Germany, but she has since apparently gotten so bellicose that she wants to fight one of our principal allies, that is if her demand can not be attained any other way. Her resolution remanding the independence of Ireland is about as foolish a proposition under the circumstances as could be invented. England must be permitted to take care of her own internal affairs and Miss Rankin will have to try some other means of winning her Irish constituents. (CGCGQe E2SSSSSEXZIIZS32SSSS - STANFORD, KY. mmw rt 'GEiEdrera Cry for Fletcher's VK widely-know- fifty-eig- ht 13,-58- autf; Just-as-go- od e. Give The Stomach A Chance To Work What is CASTOR A I GENUINE ffrip-lu- p.-.- ln yBears CASTORIA ALWAYS rtrugr-61- st anti-hoardi- Monti-cell- o, la Use For Over 30 Years Have The Bought Just Received! before E. T. Pence, Jr., PATRON Stanford FARM THE nl d, For Sale! IMPROVEMENTS Shep-herdsvil- le 55 Cents Butter Tri-Stnt- The Co. at per immediate terms D. A. THOMAS Realty Agency o toast-mast- er ,Oj ".' !, v Ml The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, January 15, 1918 rc 'Til Show You How t The First National Bank Has the Largest Deposit In Its History of 36 Years Showing that the citizens of Stanford and Lincoln County are prosperous. May their Corns Peel Ever Peel a Banana Skin? That's Itl "Isliould worry about thoso corn on I Just put Homo 'Uots-I- f Corns used to pester the world iMn a frenzy, eniliirlnK put", illKRj'W. slicing toes, tinkering with plasters HERE AND THERE Tho Kentucky Wnr Conference began at Hotel Henry Wnttcrson, Louisville, nt 10 o'clock this morning, with Gov. Stanley delivering the opening address. Four persons were killed nnd n score wounded when n limited inter-urba- n car crashed into another car on the opproach of the Big Four bridge nt Louisville. Thomas Wclman, film operator nt tho Orphcum moving picture theater, Lexington, was probably fatally burned when n film caught Vc in the projecting room. The the.'it r cl joins the Phoenix Hotel. Thirteen Indian boys were burr e to death in a fire which detioyot the hoys' dormitory of the D H Indian Training School at M.tMo ( ity, Okla. 1 n i We Sell this Rugged Footwear Marked by tlie Red Ball We sell it because wc believe it is the bist you can Liiy. We sell it because men vho have worn rubber footwear for years have proved that gives ihem betler and more days of wear than any other make. " is the cheapest in the long run, too. Vou can't figure the of rubber boots anil other rubber by You ve cot to the first . know how much wear it will ' d give. You can put footwear to any service and judije it by wear. Then you will see why it gives the greatest service for the money. 'Ball-Hand" ttBfL 1 im "Ball-Band- Over 100 boys suuitily clnd in the bitter cold. ruin Your Frol In Clmor Fuel Administrator Garfield ' It KndH Corn Uulckly. and lane, trying to fix a corn so it ordered mines in West Virginia. K 1. and happiness continue to increase, riches wouldn't hurt. Hut now no otio in tucky and Pennsylvania to coi. the world "should worry," because) tratc for the next ten days in In i. the moment you put "Uctn-lt- " to deposit may they It menus tho end of a com. Tlicro Is nothing In tho world 1I!;j ping coal to certain districts in 0'.. "Gets-It- " nothing as suro and o and Michigan, where the shortage i nothing that you can count above named Bank which money in acute. on to take off a corn or citlltis ory time, and lvllltoiit Ihiikt. T .0 The son of the Rev w 'I corn never grow that "ticta-lt- " New Year to make will aid not get. It never irritates the llf Mi, George McDonald accidentally blew never makes your toe nore. sisoff tho head of h's and prcHto' two drops of ''acts-It- " Shortly ter with n 3hot gun at Barbourville. vanishes. lives. the of vou enn peel tbo corn right ofT with vour finger and there you nr too The boy found tho gun en a porch orn-free and happy with thoyour where it hi'd been left a few minue as ns smooth and n.'ilin. Never happened before, tlM tes before by a neighbor. it? nuess not. The Central Powers have with tod.iy Oct a bottle of "Qcts-Tt- " G. II. Masters went to London this AND SOCIAL PERSONAL from any drug store, you nerd pav drnwn their "no forcible annp::t tions no more than 25c. or went on reMiss Dora Stout is attending school afternoon. jj or indemnities" peace offer of De ceipt, of price by B. Lawrence & Co, T. W. Jones was returned from a at Bcrea. Chicago. 111. cemtier 25, made during the negotiaS. Turpin is up after a se- business trip to Warsaw, Ky. Sold in Stanford and recommendMr .J. Mrs. T. J. Hill, Jr., has returned ed ns' the world's best corn remedy tions with the Russians at Brest- vere spell of grip. Litovsk. The offer was conditioned up from from a visit to homefolks in Cincin- by The Penny Drug Store. Mr. W. A. Reynolds was upon its acceptance by all the 1'ow-- " nati. Junction City Monday at court. i! bos 1" to the Emprit Mrs. J. F. Miller, who lives out on WITH THfc Miss Lucile Parsons will leave tonr"l tho former havmi ftrW to R. F. D. No. 4, is very ill with a comPresbyterinn Church Mid to enter school at Ilereu. morrow it as n wholo it has homme null Wednesday evening at 7 o'Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Hampton are plication of troubles. Min rd void, the German Col. D. N. Prcwitt was in town to- clock. up from Lebanon Junction with i tor announced at The Woman's Missionary Socict day for the first time in two weeks, Saturday. The failure of Russia's alMrs. Lena Adams, of Davenport, having wrestled with the grip. Ad- of the Methodist church, will mPiM lies to respond to the invitation to with Mrs. Straub Wednesday, Jen Iowa, is visiting friends in the Crab vocate. ' vt cippte in the confp-rnhail reinMrs. B. Chancellor, of Walnut ICth at 2 o'clock. Pledge day and Orchard section. ceived the question into one of a V. Flat, returned from a visit today to stallation of officers. Dr. C. M. Thompson and Mr. T. The congregation of the Richmond "on.'rnte nca'-- between Furia nid Dunaway were over from Kings her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Williams, at ho Central Powrs it ws declared Knob Lick. Baptist church went on record u. Mountain Monday. Misses Ruth Tanner and Mary D. equivocally Sunday as condemning by Count Crernin, the Autn-'i- ' Brodhead. Miss Miranda Tale, of gar'an Minister, who orginally prospent several days with her friend, Beck, of McKinney, arrived Wednes- the position taken by Rev. H. Boy day to visit at the home of Mrs. Jim Taylor, of Murray, Calloway county pounded the peace terms. Mrs. Bronston Elder. who is condemning the work of the MOTHER! YOUR CHILD J. T. Wilkinson, in Camp Sheri- Davis. Somerset News. g Mr. Lilbum Gooch, son of Mr. and Y. M. C. A. and Red Cross in the dan, Montgomery, xla., is just IS CROSS, FEVERISH, Mrs. John M. Gooch, of the Goshen present war, says the Register. up from a spell of pleurisy. FROM CONSTIPATION Membership in Methodist churches Mr. W. B. Turley, (Brother), of section, has been honorably discharged from government service at Camp had the largest increase in its h's Richmond, attended court here MonIf Tongue Is Coated, Breath Bad, day and Bob Bruce greatly enjoyed Zachary Taylor on account of his tory during the past year, while th' Stomach Sour, Clean Liver And physical condition. number of church edifices decreased. the day. Bowels Mr. A. J. Thompson, who has been The change is attributed by the E. J. Cashier W. M. Bright, Dr. statistician of the Method'st Brown, W. H. Wearen and W. B. suffering from an attack of typhoid Give "California Syrup of Figs" at McKinney are spending the, day in fever at his home on the Danville Church to the use of automobiles. once a teasnoonful today often savf pike, just over the line in Boyle, is "Almost every family in the Lousville. es a sick child tomorrow. Eph Murphy is in from El Paso, steadily improving and is now able West owns an automobile," he says If your little one is out of sorts, in his annual report. "It is ns pasy Texas, with relatives. His wife came to be up in his room. isn't resting, eating and Mrs. Homer Combcst, of Huston-vill- to go five miles or ten miles to ehrreh acting naturally look Mother! see as far as Tennessee, where she stopped to visit relatives. and Mrs. E. H. Young are as it used to be to drive half a mile if tongue is coated. This is a sure Woods will re- spending some time with Mrs. R. B. A large number of people meet to- sign that its little stomach, liver and Miss Susan Fisher ceive at her handsome country home Green, at her apartment in the gether, there is more enthusiasm, bowels are clogged with waste. When better business, better preaching and cross, irritable, feverish, stomach Mrs. John Thursday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Weissinger-Gaulbcrwill return today to her home larger social life. The effect is to sour, breath bad or has stomach-ache- , Benton Woods. Robert Mrs. S. J. Embry, Jr., will enter- on Third street, after spending sev- shut the doors of the white meeting diarrhoea, sore throat, full of cold, tain at "Five Hundred" at her home eral weeks in St. Louis, the guest of house on the hill, just as it is to close give a teaspoonful of "California her daughter, Mrs. George R. Wend-lin- the door of the red schoolhouse at Syrup of Figs," and in a few hours on Lancaster avenue Saturday in honor of her new sister. Airs. and Mr. Wendling. Louisville the crossroads." all the constipated poison, undigestBenton Woods. Herald. Robert ed food and sour bile gently moves IF YOUR EARS FREEZE! Mr. B. D. Holtzclaw paid for his your ears, hands or feet become out of its little bowels without gripIf MARRIAGES. Interior Journal Monday for the 3th frostbitten get some snow or ice, go ing, and you have u well, playful consecutive year. In that long time Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ham, of Somer- to a cool child again. he has hardly ever been behind on set, celebrated their golden wedding parts with room, rub the affected Mothers can rest easy after giving the snow or ice and then his paper for over a month. last week. gradually let the affected member or this harmless 'fruit laxative," beMiss Ruth Holtzclaw has returned Mr. and Mrs. McKenzie Moss, of members get warmer, says one of cause it never fails to cleanse the litfrom a visit with relatives and friends Bowling Green, announce the en- the city's best doctors. He explained tle one's liver and bowels and sweetat Junction City and Crab Orchard. gagement of their daughter, Miss that the snow is used after the per- en the stomach and they dearly love Miss Anna Holtzclaw is visiting Willie Brewer Moss to Arthur W. son has been taken into the house to its pleasant taste. Full directions for Mrs. Seth Grant at Richmond. Howe, Jr., of Philadelphia. get the affected member gradually babies, children of all ages and for printed on each bottle. Ora Turnbull, of Depew, Okla., is Miss Grace Wilson, of Sturgeon, used to the warm room. His advice is, grown-up- s Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. here visiting old friends and rela- and Robert C. Rice, assistant dean of "Never go into a heated house while 'Ask your druggist for a bottle of tives. He is a grandson of Mr. John Berea College, were married at Rich frostbitten." "California Syrup of Figs;" then see Turnbull, for years a prominent cit- mond by Rev. C. S. Knight. The cereA price of 23 2 cents a pound that it is made by the "California izen of the East End of the county. mony was performed in the home of for copper for the next four months Fig Syrup Company." It Wiliam Yager left Monday after-noo- n Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Brewer. was fixed at a conference between for Dry Ridge, where he will Mr. Moni'fee Elmore was in LouTho resolution looking to ratifica- Federal authorities and copper take the baths for several weeks and isville last week on business. hopes to be able to rid himself of the tion of the Federal dry amendmen CENT-A-WOR- D rheumatism from which he has been is the first business slated to come ADS Jack, be saving, before the Kentucky General Assuffering some time. (Ads here art crnt a word earn issue, cash Jack, conserve; sembly Monday, following announcewith mi ml lest than 25c each Ushp ) Jack, get 'round Notary public blanks for sale at ment of the make-uof standint The High Cost Cure. this office. committees by Speaker Crowe of the House, and President Black of the NICE, new bungalow on Logan avenue for rent. Miss Lena Hamp-toSenate, but action upon it may be Stanford. deferred, inasmuch as the ultra FOR SALE Several pairs of work drys have been disappointed in their With tho ar mules. See them at the stock yards. ambition of having Kentucky blaze rival of tho new tho way in tho matter of nation-wid- e baby there cornea T. W. Jones. l new king to rulo prohibition for other States. WANT KD A farm of 50 to 125 and all older with good improvement. Land of New take willing acres be good. Box No. 12, Waynes-burorgan of tho GerA second placo In must Ky. f the greatest of all man Government, published in Berdomains the FOR RENT The Helm homo and lin, avers that the heavy shipment of home. lot on Danville avenue. House in Beforo tho ar good condition nnd desirable locat-tiowheat from this country to Europe baby. rival of Allies indicates for the relief of tho Immediate possession. See or thousands of women havo that American soldiers will not be penetrating, safo and reliable used the " massage, nhonc II. J. McRoberts. Why not SEWING MACHINES "Mother's Friend". It aids nature by sent to the European war zone. making It posslblo for tho expanding mus- get you a good machine? The Singer cles to relax without tho usual wrenching easy running, perfect stitching. Call We have a splendid lot How's This? strain ana tno inuammation or tho breast Ed Oaks, Stanford. Phone 117 W. glands Is rnuj. 1 -- escir 1, ot jiriv-c- and remember their the I best the them their SPllEir fc immm '.k flump iniiBiiBiKv r "Ball-Han- -- Look for tho Rod Ball. on all "Ball-Band- You'll find it " the footwear. .Iu-.- fotir-yonr-o- ld corn-pnl- n Any of the above styles can be had at this -c- corn-fre- store today, in any size you may choose. We are headquarters for rubber footwear. Give us a call. We have just received a new supply-Men's 1 , Ce-t,- wo"'-servic- e ur-'oT- )t -- Fo-o-"- -n rcln-tive- s. I ? gel-tin- 0T1-ci- al Mi-Idl- half-sic- k, e, t. Hal-dem- an aftoi-noo- n g, Boots $4.00 to $6.00 $4.25 Men's Felts Men's heavy lace rubber shoe $3.35 to $3.85 at $2.25 to $2.75 Men's Arctics Men's heavy dull Sandals (with or without red sole) $1.65 Boys' Boots $1.75 to .$3.25 Boys' Arctics $1.50 to $2.00 85c to $1.35 Boys' heavy Sandals Ladies' cloth top Arctics. $1.75 Ladies' French heel and narrow toe 85 cts. Sandal Ladies' English toe and heel Sandal 85 cts. at Arctic cloth Children's 85c. to $1.25 top ...:.....'.... . Any style rubber to fit 75c to 85c a child's shoe Men's and ladies' woolen hosiery 35c to 75c at Men's sheepskin Moccasins $2.00 Men's and boys' Leggins, canvas or leather, army style or spring 75c to $7.50 at No difference if you have tried before, we have any of the above articles today and can fit any size foct. one-buckle 3! one-buck- el ftlMfcfc !l ' w" ... light-weig- ht Phillips & Phillips Stanford's Biggest Store A national campaign to raise $1,000,000 among laymen of the Baptist Church will be begun April 1, according to a resolution adopted at a conference of laymen from all parts of the United States in convention at Chicago. ten-wee- 1-- Gen. Pershing was forced to refuse the offer of the services of a group of Russian officers in Framu because of the law that does not permit any but citizens of the United Stntes to become officers in the American army. 1 ordi-r- : p Start the New Year With a Set A New King n. 2-- tf 5-- 2 peo-pl- o semi-offici- al g, 89-t- JS k Cherry Bark Cough Syrup tf Books or Ledger n. 2-- tf to select from at very reasonable prices. See them -- THE- Penny Drug Store Quality, Accuracy and Fair Dealing E. R. Coleman, Proprietor of Louisin Stanford and is and happiness. prepared to do inside painting. ReThe expectant mother should aid na. freshing furniture a specialty. 214 ture In her work by all means, and tho scientifically prepared preparation, "Moth- Whitley. er's Friend", Is of the greatest help to FOR RENT My house and lot' on portions. both tho mother and tho coming baby. you have tnken Hall's Catarrh After Wrlto tho Dradtleld Regulator Co., Dont, Lancaster street for 1918. For parMedicine for a short tlmo you will see a N. 200 see Hughes & McCarty, Lamui- Building, Atlanta, UL ticulars In your Renoral (treat Improvement They will send you, without charge, a Stanford, Ky., or write mo at Libe health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh at once and tret rid of catarrh. Send llttlo book which Is very Interesting and erty, Ky. P. W. Whipp. valuable, "Motherhood and tho UabyY, for tfvtlinonlals. free. Toledo, Ohio. F. J. CHENKY & CO..75C. 3et a bottlo of "Mother's Friend" from FENCE POSTS 1 have for sale a OnM hv nil PrilEKlStS, tho druggist today. No woman sliouLj lot of red cedar fence- posts und alDr. J. M. Acton, of Lancaster, has mako tho mlstako of falling to use "Motlj. so several nice barn posts, 18 to 25 night. By ers a been commissioned Captain in tho doing Friend" for andsingle at the crisis aa feet long. If you need them see mo pain the danger at once. M. F. Lawrence, Stanford, Medical Corps. ours to ig legs, it js absolutely safe. Route. 4. 4p Shanks, Medl-cin11 3-- We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Cntnrrli that cannot be :urod by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken oy catarrh BUfforors for the past tlilrty-'Iv- o years, (.ml has become known as tho most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Medlrlno acts thru the Wood on the Mucous surfaces, expelling tho Pol. d 3on from the Wood and healing the soothed. Tlio ubdomlnal clcs oxpatid with caso when baby Is born PAINTER A and the tendency to morning sickness or nausea is avoided; the crisis la one of Joy ville, has located ot THE HOUSEHOLD COUGH SYRUP Guaranteed to Relieve Coughs If it doesn't relieve your cough it won't cost you a cent. We firmly believe that this cough tyrup is the best of the many kind, we carry. We are o sure that it will give speedy relief that we have no hesitancy whatever in backing it up with a money-bacguarantee. Isn't that fair? generous offer when you are in need of a cough remedy? Can you afford to overlook such a I Lincoln Pharmacy The JJWaCC- - Store The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, January 15, 1918 LAND, STOCK AND CROP P. L. Beck bought of J. C. Your.R 12 ycnrlinR cattle nt $37.50. J. Fox Dutlclcinr bought of T. W. Jones eight nice calves at $20. Sam Matbcny sold to T. W. Jones d heifer cows nt 7c two Henry Catron sold to T. W. Jones a pnir of smnll horse mules for $230. Edwards & Thompson sold last week at Richmond 00 pound cattle at G to 10c. W. L. Graham, of Mercer, sold two jacks to S. Metz & Son, of Chicago, at $3150 each. J. W. Williams sold to Center Bros., of Garrard, 37 export cattle weighing 1,387 pounds, at 12 c. George Jctt, of the Parksvillc secd shonts to tion, sold 40 Webb & Rupley, also of Boyle, nt 20c. Andy Gooch, out on the Somerset pike, sold to T. W. Jones 21 700- pound cattle at 8c. Ur. Gooch bought of Mr. Jones 10 yearling cattle at $39. The price of $1,500 for a Duroc-Jerse- y 700-poun100-poun- Worn Tires In this time, of high cost of living, why not economize. Bring us your old tire it with the famous and let us 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 Hal-Sole STANFORD WOMAN NOT WOR. RIED OVER FOOD SHORTAGE "I hnvo lived on toast and wator for over 0 months and have been iB The International Rubber Sales Company Kl ::::::: Danville, Kentucky AND MORELAND senrccly able to eat anything for the past year. I began suffering from stomach trouble and blonting 5 yonrs ago) A friend recommended Mnyr's Wonderful Remedy and since taking 0 doses I feel I am entirely restored; oven cabbage docs not hurt mc." It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. One doso will convince or money refunded. Lincoln Pharmacy and The Penny Drug Store. It Judge Frank A. Bullock, of tho Fayette county court, ordered tho e at Lexington to remain open at nights during the frigid weather, thnt unfortunates might have a place to keep warm. court-hous- BARGAINS In Used Automobiles AUTOMOBILES WILL BE SCARCE AND HIGHER IN THE SPRING. LOOK BUY YOUR CAR NOW AND SAVE MONEY. OVER THE FOLLOWING LIST O F BARGAINS $200.00 Ford $250.00 Ford $650.00 Ford Sedan, Electric Starter $375.00 Saxon Six, Electric Starter $750.00 Electric Starter Studebaker, $1100.00 Studebaker, Electric Starter Mitchell, $950.00 Electric Starter $500.00 Buick, Electric Starter $550.00 Buick, Electric Starter $650.00 Buick, Electric Starter $1000.00 Buick, Electric Starter If you want to sell an Automobile if you want to exchange an Automobile, see us. Can make deliveries on NEW BUICKS promptly. 1914 1917 1917 1915 1917 1918 1917 1914 1917 1916 1917 J. B. Williams, Mgr. B Anyone Desiring to Sell Their Farm, Stock or Crops ! will make monev tav seeino" Dinwiddie & Owens THE HUSTLING REAL ESTATE MEN HUSTONV1LLE Do You Know of the boys in America leave school before ihey com-j- : their liiijh school studies. 1 c'r only of American men get a college education. of the criminals of the United States come from the 90 of the criminals commit their first uneducated masses and 80 crime between the ages of 12 and 1G. 59 of American widows earn their own living. Three only, out of 1,500 inmates of almshouses were beneficiaries of life insurance policies. 69 out of every 85 people who reach the age of 60, are dependent. 89 out of every 100 people who die, clave nothing. Just the other day a Lincoln County boy said to me: "Do you fcnow the policy you sold me eight years ago, paid'my last year's expenses in college?" SOJ- boar, Peerless Imperator, Jr., was obtained by the Mnyficld farm, the sale being made to the Bagdad Land & Lumber Company, of Mun-soFla. A Hawkins & Co., of Lawrence-burg- , bought and shipped 14,000 turkeys for the Thanksgiving and Christmas markets that averaged 12 pounds. They paid on an average of 22 cents a pound, or $30,960. A Guernsey cow of the University of Minnesota farm, Imported Victoria of Sarnin, No. 35,009, has just completed a yearly record which gives her eighth place in the list of cows of that breed in Class AA. She produced 10,504.7 pounds of milk, with an average test of 5.15 per cent, a total of 538.54 pounds of butterfat. She is seven years old. A large rowd attended the Blake-ma- n Bros' sale in Polly's Bend, Garrard county, and about $12,000 worth of stock and farming imple ments was disposed of by Lyne & Robinson, auctioneers, at Nicholas- ville, who make the following report: Twenty-on- e mules ranging from 1 year to 8 years old sold from $100 to $205 per head; 140 sheep from $13 to $14.25 per head; brood sows from S28 to $10 each; 70 shoats 15 to 17c per pound; three cows $85, $100. $105; two yearling steers $38 fach; two Jersey steers $25 each; 25 long yearlings $4G each. n, STOMACH TROUBLES If you have trouble with your stomach you should try Chamberlain's Tablets. So many have been restored to health by the use of these tablets and their cost is so little, 25 cents, that it is worth while to give them a trial. The Danville Buick Co. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY Walnut Street, Phone 798 WWtmJisir. L. B. CONN, Prop. JBHjBnvtuBBBHIflinnaMBHBBHHHiBiHnnssee mesm job printing at the terior Journal oflicc. High-clas- s In- Commissioner's Sale In obedeince to a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court rniwlorpil nt the November term 1917 in the ac tion ol Uranam Wilson, alias Green Ferrill's ndmr., etc., vs. Thos Manning, the undersigned Commissioner will on SATURDAY, JAN. 19, 1918, at about 2 P. M.. in front of the courthouse door in Stanford, Ky., offer for sale at public outcry to tho highest and best bidder, on a credit Of nix months, tin.' trnnt r.t lrmrl rmwr occupied by, Thos. Manning, on tho Winers ui jjix river, near liOgantown in Lincoln county, Kentucky, bounded on north nnrl pnt liv tho 1nnl rf Wm. Porter and Alice Holmes; on rne ftoutn oy tlic land of Henry Hester and on the west by the land of Richard Hester, containing 38 acres more or icss. mere is a pass-wa- y on east side of said land, 20 feet wide runnin? whole length of place. The object of tho sale is to satisfy For Sheep We are headquarters for all kinds of Try our Dairy Feed for your stock ewes; it is unexcelled." We have for the hog; for the cow; Fatina for your feeding cattle, in fact, feed for all stock. Try some and be convinced. Pig-Chow but-terf- at, Purina Feed w Cow-cho- T. W. JONES-Pho- ne ivsssi No. 1 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 period. Safe, Conservative, and offers the young man or woman the very best opportunity of a systematic saving and protection. the judgment of Graham Wilson's admr., for $700 with C per cent, from Jan. 1, 1913, credited by $100 as of date Feb. 11, 1914; $16 March 2, 1915, $100 Nov 24, 1917 and also A word to our farnui- friends: Heretofore our surplus stock the judgment of J. A. Allen for $99.-2- 5 with 6 per cent, from Feb. 22, of Binders, Mowers. Grain Drills, Corn Planters, Etc., have "NOW 1915, credited by $25 Feb. 16, 1910; been carried over to the next ypar by the factories. UGH! ACID STOMACH, $25 Jan. 1, 1917 and the costs. THEY DO NOT." So we will not order out anything of the SOURNESS, HEARTBURN, The purchaser will be required to above lines unless they are sold. We look for 1918 to be our GAS OR INDIGESTION give bond with srood security for hardest year to get implements. My advice is to place your purchase price, payable to tho Commissioner, bearing 6 per cent, inter- orders early. You be your own judge. Your order will be ap"Pape's Diapepsin" est from date of sale until paid, hav- preciated NOW, as we believe you will not regret it. Your buThe Moment ing the force and effect of a judg- siness of last year extended-.usis highly appreciated. Yours, Reaches The Stomach AH ment and secured by lien on the land. Distress Goes E. C. WALTON, M. C. L. C. C. A Prosperous New Year To AH! - , SEE ME NOW R. M. Newland Headquarters for All Kinds of Insurance na&XKsnzaBBB&maa For dint, Hat, Over- - rak Do some foods you eat hit back taste good, but work badly; ferment into acids and cause a sick, sour, gassy stomach? Now, Mr. and Mrs. Dyspeptic, jot this down; Papc's Diapepsin helps neutralize the excessive acids in the stomach so" your food won't sour or upset you. There never was anything so safely quick, so certainly effective. No difference how badly your stomach is upset you usually get happy relief in five minutes, but what pleases you most is that it helps to regulate your stomach s you can cat your favorite foods without fear. Most remedies give you relief sometimes they are slow, but not sure. "Pape's Diapepsin" is positive in neutralizing the acidity, so the misery won't come back very quickly. Undertaker Embalmer W. H. Higgins, Stanford Coal! Feed! Credit! J C. McCLARY Offira Phone 167 Homo rb&ne 8f To the Public: the largest and best made to order clothing house lu this country Ed V. Pri't and Co., Chicago. 111. My e pi'rience in measuring and directing the male ing of your clothes, fives 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. Tou will get the worth of your money, either in the cheapen grades or the My higher prices. TO 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 I represent yv A J feel different as soon as "Pape's Diapepsin" comes in contact with the stcmach distress just vangets sweet, no ishes your no eructations of gases, no undigested fond, your head clears You Hf line a samples is now ready far your inspection. Call now and let me show you. DT TOI 17V Ptacttcal Tailor FALL AND WINTER J.H. Baughman& Co. INCOBPOBATKD IVUrLilJ I Stanford. Kt. 4 r PU and you feel f'nc Go now, nvike the best investment you ever nv.'o, by getting a large fifty-ceesi" of Pape's Diapepsin from any lrrr store. You realizo in five minutes h w needless it is to suffer from im'" 'C3tion, dyspepsia, or any stomach dteordor, due to acid nt 5 Per Cent FARM LOANS Over 3 Million Konned Through STANFORD, KY. This Offico W. KING & SON INSURANCE fermentation. 1t Country Produce! I have bought the stock of goods formerly owned by Miss Annie Phillips and will run coat ajMUco Thewell-dresse- d, lmA M&JJ i full-dresse- Iter man, for whom the best is none too good, comes to d BLUE GRASS 'FARMS FOR SALE Cnpt. Lewis ). Whisler, of Salina, I.sxington, Ky. Kansas, who w understood to have Chtapsida St Short robbed the urmv bank at the Nationnl JewelArmy camp at ('imp Funston and to have killed four men and injured the fifth, was found i nd Saturday. Capt Whisler killed hinself, using a regulation service nlle. He bhot himself twice in the head. The first bullet glanced and the second entered tho STANFORD. KY. brain. Capt. Whisler left a note ad- In Western Union Telegraph Office dressed to a woman, which read: "I have been thinking of committing suicide for a long time, but never had a good reason. Yesterday I went out nnd made myself a reason." & Co., L. Watches, Clocks, ry and Spectacles Repaired by ROBERT FENZEL General Store. I have just received a new lot of fresh merchandise, and will appreciate a portion of your trade. up-to-da- te an Satisfaction Guaranteed I will pay CASH for all kinds of Country Produce J. Beazley ROBINSON'S Next Door to Lincoln Bank Everyone speaks well of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy after having used it. Mrs. George Lewis, Pitts-fielN. Y has this to suy regarding it: "Lust winter my little boy, five years old, wns sick with a cold for two or three weeks. I doctored him and used vurious cough medicines but nothing did him much go6d until I begun using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, He then improved rapidly and In a few days was over his cold. d, SOON OVER HIS COLD Sam Fisher Corner Main and Logan Ave., Concrete Store Phone 42, Stanford, Ky Undertaker -- - Embalmer STANFORD, KENTUCKY