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No. 6 The Interior J oijrn a l The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, January HUSTONVILLE Mrs. Uflah Dunn Is some better. Frank Kusscll Is suffering from 18, 1918 Tuesdays and Fridays !..:; , a . H ,1 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES A BEAUTirUL FUEL ORDER IS NOW IN EFFECT RECEPTION Mrs. T. W. Jones was host at a re Mrs. Frank Kerr, of Shelby City, Fuel Administrator Garfield's vv,ns badly burned by her clothing ception on Tuesdny nftornoon, com drastic order restricting the use of ford. catching from an open grate. plimentary to Mrs. Thomas rhillips iuci, eircctlvc last midnight, was frosted ears. Mrs. Hragg Thompson writes that William Ellis, of Casey county, nee Miss Anne D. McRobcrts. It hns promulgated shortly before 0 o'clock J. W. Kails Is suffering very much she I delighted with her trip to Cin- from rheumatism. was given two years in the pen on been many moons since society folk within a few minutes after the Son-nt- c cinnati. of Stanford hnvu attended a more had adopted a resolution asking Allen Ilros. have taken rooms at the charge of detaining n womnn. Mrs. Ada King is not so woll as Hotel Wcatherford. Representative Claude Minor, of perfectly appointed affair and for- mni me orncr lie postponed lor live she ha been, her friends will be sorKd Nunncllcy has moved to Miss Perryville, has bought the business tunate indeed were those who were dnys. When the Senate clerk nrriv-e- d ry to hear. e with the Hitchcock resolution he of Ilnrmon, Preston & Webb, of his present. The pretty home wns a Illack Ciivcns' farm. rimnj. Mr. J II. Collier has not been so "fairy palace.'1 The decorations was told that the resolution would be ha Mrs K II. Powell ha moved to town. Tho President well for several weeks, suffering the Wheeler cottage. Rilly Stout, n Danville citizen who throughout the houe were pink given careful consideration, but that Jl)fek gchmldt a postmilstor of Lou- nnd gnrlamls of smilnx, In- the order already was Issued and N. C. Wilder has moved to Miss has had mental troubles for n long ftvillo and J. w. King postmaster or from catarrh. Miss Maymic Hnlman has almost Ilcttic lagan's properly. finally been sent to the tertwined with pink tulle, studded would go Into effect. Although the time, has Winchester. had pneumonia, but here and there with wax tapers and order wns made public almost simulKilgar Miller has moved back to asylum nt Lexington. The Frankfort Distillery, one of tho exchange again. is able to be at Scrgcnnt Tom Reed Colcmnn Is electric lights. The center of the din- taneously with the nnnouncement of la the IntcKt tho form on the Mlddleburg pike. Iho" largest In Kentucky, Clmdwick has Ilowman Myers is able to be out dead nt Ft. Uavard, New Mexico, He ing tnblc contained a large Hat heart the vote in the Senate, it had been to be aold to contractor who lawill to Miss Melsadia visit her sister, gone Mrs. again faler n severe attack of enp. wns n son of J, A. Coleman, nnd a of pink carnations, narcissus and smi- signed nnd prepared for publication Winchester to in wreck It for the mntcrlnl there Fife nnd see her new nephew lnx: festoons of smtlax and pipks twenty minutes before. Virtually no Powell & Depp purchased of Wm popular Somerset boy. tho building Mrs, Robert Thompson come Ed Harper, charged with killing were suspended from the ch.indclicr substantial chnnges were made In tho shoots at lie. The Federal Trade Commission ha from Sit Vernon this week, buthome Dodd nine Miss McCormack & Oann bought of W. Mnl Parkey nt Valley Oak, Pulaski to the four corners of the tnblc. order, though some war industries granted to three Acmrican firm liis still there for n visit of O Cowan two porkers nt county, wns held over to the circuit Misses Kate Davis Raney and Mary specially designated will he exemptcenses to manufacture nnd soli two Tanna week. some Early dispensed most dchciourf punrh ed from the provision closing manuin $1,000 bond, which he gave. 10c drugs which heretofore have been Mrs .lames Manuel came home At a pie supper nt Rnrbourville, in the library. Receiving with the facturing plants for live dnys beginAll those who have promised to Controlled iy enemy nllena under from Lebanon Junction Mondny to ,, Kci, c'roH(i ,,ell,c jrlnK given to rnise money for the boya gracious hot were Mrs. Thomas Phil- ning today and from Monday holiAmerican patenta. things They will nioelj( n for the sent from Knox county to Cnmp Tay- lips nnd Mrs. Hnvs Foster, each days during tho next ten weeks. The State Tax Commission has pack their soon some time to that place handsomely gowned, the bride carFuel Administrator Garfield, in i.ittle Miss Mnry Skinner is back lor, an npplc pic sold for $109. Tiiticd tho tax assessment on tnnginlo The scare has News comes that E E. Kelsny, for- rying nn nrm bouquet of pink rnes. his order that nil Industry propcrtT of railroad In many In abated. smallpox CHse that we about home after a two weeks' stay in No new have merly of Yoscmite, but now n drug- Alvvnvs of an engaging personality cense for five days, declared tens of jitancca'ovcr 100 per rent, nnd probT. Hay, who was the of Wm Thomas ha moved to the gist nt Uurnsidc, suffered n stroke of Mrs. Phillips wns never more attrac- thousnndsof tons of vital necessities ably will lnrronse their totiil asses heardvlcitm Mr has left for Nebraska first Dennett CJoyd farm owned by Roy paralysis nnd is in n precarious con- tive than on this occasion. The dainty for American soldiers ovcrcas and menu about J30,000,oo0. Mr Fred McClure moved his fami- Spears dition. refreshments from Hencdicts. con- the Allies were loaded on ships tied 4, At tho refluent of the War De. where he hn a fine Ily reason of continued bnd wea- sisted of pink nnd white individual up in Atlantic ports because their nd family have Clarence Dunn partment .Chairman Chamberlain, of ly to will lie missed by rooms with Aunt Sarah Curtis in ther all rural schools in Knox coun- Ices, heart shaped cakes decorated bunkers nre empty of coal. The coal 1he position tho ScnafcY 'Military Cominittee, in many friends here, who deeply ty hnvc dropped the last month of with bows of nink enndv ribbon and to send them on their way is waitKiffe home traduced n bill fur the registration having to give them up. George Williams, of IJutehertown. the scholastic year. Lack of attend- mints in pink nnd white roses. This ing behind the congested freight that for military duty of nil men who served linve become 21 cnrs old lnce June hasRev Amos Stout, of Georgetown, bought of II. W. Leigh u pair of work ance wns given ns the reason. years was evening by mnidens fair in charm has jammed all terminals, accepted a tall to the llnptist mules for $2fi0 gowns which added much has ajmmed all terminals ing A sentence of six to ten ft, 1017, when the ilraft law wont inchurch at Crab Orchard and will The Irfiuisville Hoard of Trade Dunzel Gndberrv has moved to the ngaisnt J K. Keoling, tried !n the to the beauty of the scene. Tho souto effect. 11 ii'ilmk Sunday Circuit Court for killing venirs were hearts decorated with voted unanimously to support old Cooper Hotel property now own- Marion n means of conserving fuel pieuili Hide at is hoped A there will ed hv J W Hoskins. morning, when it Frank Cnsteel in a line fence dispute Dan Cupid, with drawn bow search- tho Government in the order of Fuel throughout the Eastern State, whleh be a full attendance of the members in Washington county in 1914 was ing for some unsuspecting maiden's Administrator Garfield to close inProf Divis moved to the properhave been vitally nffeated by the coal AppoMs, Pnte Parrish has been sworn y period and on heart. An orchestra discoursed sweet dustries for a fhortage, it I announced Uiut Feder- in Mr marslml of Crab Orchard, and ty that he purchased of Miss Eu- nffirmed bv the Court ofwhose ns term music throughout the afternoon. One Monday of each week for ten weeks. Judce Archie I)iv", al Fuel AdminitraUirs have- recom- Mr Jamiw Jones is deputy This genia Dunn on Danville nvenuc. as police judge of Somerset ended wns Impressed with the complete Erwm Pevtoii, George llrown nnd mended, that, President Wilson ile. means a great deal for our city's Monday n legal holiday through John A. Miu'ill went to DanviUc Dee 31st. wns fined $50 and given matchless beauty of it all nnd felt all HAD THE DESIRED EFFECT ten days in iail for having in his pos- had been done incomparably well. eipht welfare in the coming year and ev- Monday to testify in some case Mr. Welch Rochester, treasurer of out this territory for tho next ery one is well pleased with the seMaster Samuel Owens, nf McKm-ne- session IS Pint bottles of whisky. He the or ten week. nprenled hi? cae to the circuit court. THE JUDGE DOING HIS DUTY sas Associated Charities Committee, request of the Kentucky lection has been visiting his his At the that the article printed in TuesEngineer Huh Mtur. of the South Dr. Iturmn went to Cnmpbells-vill- e Mr ami Mrs Samuel Owens. Judge Charles A. Hardin, one of day's paper asking for funds hnd not Traction & Terminal t'ompanj, nn furniture Rev Rraiulenbun.', pastor of tho ern Itnilwav, with headquarters at the finest circuit judges in Kentucky, only the desired effect but very quick ordlnaneo was introduced in the whn.liTuesday to unload histhere The ,, ,,i,n1e n enlemlw! results, several persons having come rhipped suflictont-- ' ,i veir, Danville, hns run Frankfort General Council to permit doctor has Wen Kentucky's be-- t den- llaptist iliurch here for the pnstFords-vill- ly far to encircle nn engine 300 times u i one of the earth rpron, ,irinp thc time ho has been direct to the Lincoln County Nationchfrge aix cent fare The com has res gned and will go to Kto many and has had the good fortune never holding this important nnd responsi-t- o al Rank nnd made donations to the Kv pnny assert that it it losing 20 tists, and will le missed bv eiti-xeand a an enterprising hnvc hid a passenger or other i,e position in this circuit, and at no good fund. Others nre again invited Dr Weddle hns rented the .Tosinh rents on every dollar spent in opera patients be missed bv the town will Dishop property and has shaken the (iL'iauu iijjui t.'u. t'mo has he shown more clearly that to help swell the amount, Tho winter Hon of the local line and would eith baby Mrs er hove, to Increase fares or cut out left for James Iluchnnau and to lie dust off Ills feet at Moreland and is K. OF P. OFFICERS INSTALLED he intends to uphold the lnvy than- has been and yet is an unusually seSaturday ivtinn lie nrdnreil nrrested ix Wlt- vere one and there nre many poor to stnv. two of lU three cars who is in bus)-ne- here Mr Wm Dodd the fancy mule raiser, At a splendidly attended meeting, nesscs who failed to nppear in caos people in our midst who are in dins Konrosontativu McCormlrk, of Illi- wi'h there Iliirhanan. return here in They West End, sold a imir of two- - of Diadem Lodge No 81, Thursday where they were summoned to give need of food, fuel and clothing. If barked up by letters from Food March for a few will nois ilnys' stav before of the ear-olmare mules to Monte Fox, night, the following officers were in- testimony. The w'tnees were George you enn help, it would be a mighty Administrator Hoover, declared priin Montana. their stalled for the ensuing year: G. H. S'mpon nnd Lucien Dunn, of Shelby good deed to do so nnd do it now and ority orders hail discriminated against returning toGarner,homeyoung son of of Danville for S53n . a Guilford Carroll K. Allen his returned to Masters. C C : Harry H. Carter. V Citv, and Will Lunsford. of Danville, thus relieve suffering humanity. corn to such nn extent that a large Mr Charlie Garner nnd Perry White part of tho nation's bumper crop of write that thev are in the trenches Akron O. after a visit to relatives C ; Ed Davis, Prelate; J L. Rearlev and Ed Lee Moore, colored M'lton here He holds a irood position with M. of A : W W Saunders, K. of R Hawkins, colored nnd Rose Hawkins, JAMES W. TOX DEAD JW17 is threatened wun destruction Iloth Iiovh volunteered The Immediate nppointment of a rail- in France. and are quite young. Per- the Goodrich Rubber Co., of that S nnd M. of F.: S. T Harns. M. of colored, nil of Danville. They were Mr. J. S. received a wire frtim here E ; Robert Lewis. I G : Ed Scott, cited bv Jude-- Hardin for contempt from Horace Hocker Big Stone Gap, road executive experienced in hand ry White has a grandmother, Mrs place. Fox at Yowell bought of George O G.: J S. Ilauphmon. W H. Hig- - of court, nnd warrants were issued Va., Wednesday stating that his brois urged to James ling corn shipment Payne, who lives here and to whom Tucker a bunch of fat Hns ikiiI C E. Tate, trustees. Each and handed over to our recently nil his time to the movement he ther, Mr. James W. Fox, was dead writes. shoals at $14: two nice fat steers. member present promised to do nil sheriff Maurice Fains. II, crop of the Death very often comes as a liber- weii'huu' r00 pounds nt 8c nnd fiO in his power to arouse new interest in who went and brought the prisoners and that his burial would take place The Chamberlain Hill proposing n ator and in this ruise mtile its au- Thursday. Mr. Fox. who was med for at Paris point great Secretary of Munitions will be pearame fat hogs at JIO. de-l- n or .Mrs Mi- heini or Lair's blood hounds were the a veryorder and indications for before court and thev were These are a director of the Horeing Land Co., in interesting meeting to W II contempt, ns nbove stated. amended before it reaches the Sen- ldred Stigall. the this place, vho for its hexlqunr-tcr- s, has telephoned for Tuesday morning J next Thursday night. Every member the first arrests made bv our new which madeStanford ns trips to this ate for consideration, to sueh an ex- many months of frequent wns n great sufferer Cummins' barn in Rockcnstle is urged to be present. Sennto sheriff, but he handled the matter place and he has a number of iriends tent that it la Indicated the logisln-tjo- She was a most exedlent woman n county was burned Mondny night. A like n ve'teran. As previously predict- here who greatly regret his taking Military Committee will push who had many friends who are sad trarV and trail was taken nnd carried supRESIGNS MRS. LOWNDES ed, we now reiterate that Mr. Farris away. He was born in Bourbon councontrol of war for one-man deShe wns is no plies In the form of an administrator that shemember more the Christian to the road where a suspicion rested,. The resignation of Mrs. Richard will make one of the best sheriffs this ty, but during his later years he npent of voted Thc parties nre said to have been in Tasker Lowndes, of Danville, ns pres- county hns ever hnd. Advocate. with broad .powers under. his time at Big Stone Gap and in Ifved up to its teachings Instead of creating the new de- church nnd death ends a well spent a aw suit over tho property at tnreo ident of the Kentucky Federation of New York Citv. He was a half browhen partment nnd Cabinet officer to and there is no need for grief Her different times nnd that Cummins Women's Clubs was accepted at the CANDIDATE FOR COMMISSIONER ther of John W. Fox, the nuthor. hiul won the suit every time nnd this meetim- - nf tVio KvprMitivn Ttnnrd nf which President Wilson and Secre- life, Stroud. Lincoln News comes from devoted daughter and sons have a bam was burned on the night nfter tary Baker object thc organization held at Thc Seel- - county, Oklahoma, that Louis Whitt DR. O'BANNON A BUSY MAN loval Christian Propoied law, approved by Food legacy left them of ntheir eirly lives the decision Tracks wore tnken from j ,ncj, Louisville. Wednesday. The who was born in this county and livbeing ranking member the barn nnd followed to a neignnors board members in accepting the ed here unt'l some 10 years ago, !s n thoBesides committee of the House of Administrator Hooer. are before mother who directed at rules into channels that made them useful Congress looking to stricter, economy to the world nnd may they continue not n great way off. resignation passed a resolution ask- candidate for commissioper of his Frankfort. Dr. W. B. O'Bannon, Lining that Mrs. Lowndes retain the ti- countv, nnd if his friends hre ctuld coln countv's Representative, in food by the American peonle. Tho to remember her precepts and emu was measures supplemental to the pres- late her life ns they grow older They DR. W. B. O'BANNON AT HOME tle until the annunl convention nnd vote in the race he would win hv made chairman of the committee on Dr. W H. O'llannon, Lincoln coun- - appointed Mrs. Lnfon Riker, of Hnr- - thousands. Mr Whitt is a sir of tho ent food control act would make have the blessed nssurance she hns Amendments nnd a Constitutional mandatory instend of oIuntary tht entered rest and her good works fol- tv"s Representative, arrived home rodsburg, ns acting president until. late Calvin Whitt, nnd b'te mm is an member of the following committees: from Frankfort last night, lie says that time. observance of wheatles and meatlea low her. excellent man. He started out as a Agriculture, Assignments of things nre moving along nicely nnd davs and other economics necessary brakeman and then fireman for the Rooms, Health. Revenue have her ABOUT SACHS T.,. & N but nfter servip ' that rer and Taxation. Public Capital and Tuthat America may help sustain pub- HARLAN DRAFTS BUDGET BIDL that the temperance people need being INFORMATION State no fear about n bone drv bill Kind control of Circuit Clerk Marshall C. New land noration for n dozen vears he went to berculosis. Thc doctor hns the disWhat is regarded in administra- passed Tho bill presented by J. Ho- hail n message the other day asking farming. During his ser c- w'th thc tinction of being on not only thc lic eating houses which handle fiO tier tion circles as one of the most gnn Hnllnrd, of Uarrard, whirry by concerning John railroad he was never discharged nor most important committees but is a cent, of the nation's food supply lulls to lie introduced In thcr tho way is very mue like the Oliver for' information live especially emphasized General Assemblv nt this session IsJ bW.prcsentctl two years ngo, has Sachs, who the wire said used to was .even suspended nnd the compinv member of more of the committees near Ottcnheim. 'pave him up with much ree:iet Th's measure any other Representative. iflnum MAKE WEAK the budgetS(I1(ltc ,,y to Im placed W. Imcn reported favorably bv the Con- seni irom j. speedThe telegram amun, oi aeauic, paper hopes he will win his race nd than Senator Jay fon? t,R stitutional Amendments Committee, no intimation was given is certain he would do so if he peo and UULMt.3 Harlan, of ltnyle county, and which of which the doctor is chnirmnn. ns WILL CONTINUE AS P. M. what Sachs was wanted for. ple of Lincoln county, Oklahoma, is belicvod will meet with the approvThe name of Miss Cora Singleton Many Aclir, al of a maturity of loth Democrat There are some chnnges in the bill. Mr. Nevvland wns unable to give the knew him as well as thoo of Lincoln Kidney D!icart Cuie hns been sent to the Senate by Presbut they lire nil the more fnvorablo county, Kentucky, do. And lilt Of Stanford People and Republicans in both branches of to the temperance cause. To make desired information, ident Wilson, on the recommendathe Legislature The bill provide for would be no mis of Congressman Harvey Holm, one weak link weakens a chain, a Commission to be composed of the certain thnt there fight over the lull. KftEPING DISORDERLY HOUSE A GOOD COLORED MAN DEAD tionthis city, for As as understanding nor of lindn Baughmnn. colored, was so may weak kidneys weaken the Governor, the Auditor and the Chan--miGeorcre Owslev. one of the best postmaster of Wayncsburg. Miss SinDr. O'Bnnnon called Representative thief or whole body and hasten the final Tax Commission to Waggoner, of Scott, who is nuthor nr&steil by the chargel'olice tjeorge and most industrious colored men in gleton has made the capital of the of the TiWood on of keening a the county, died on J. C. fc.itbnns's brenkmg-don. have suporviMon over the distribuand her South End n similar character Overwork, strains, colds and other tion of till money to be appropriated of another bill of nnd he expressed disorderly house nnd brought before form near Hubble, Tuesday nfter many friends model official to know nre delighted in consultation, cnuscs injure the kidnoys, anil gen- for eneh deiimtinent of the State himself ns being thoroughly satisfied I CIy Judge R. L. Davison, who gnve noon nfter a brief illness jf double that she will servo them in the'same" erally when their activity is lessened Government nnd for each board hav "I with the bill as it will be reported hcrgil In $100 until this nfternoon. pneumonln. He is survived by his capacity for another four vears. She with Wcor W. Carter on her bond wife- - nnd six children, inc.iidinc the tho whole body suffers. ing supervision over the Mates nennl from the committee. The trial is set forvi:au. when a wife of George Thomas Reed, the is a daughter of that splendid old Aches nnd pains nnd languor and and charitable institutions. Under stubbornlyxfought cnaownay be cx Interior Journal's right hand bovver democrat, "Hickory Bill" Singleton. frequently come, and the terms of the tentative drnft of urinnrv ills pecteu tendency the bill the head of each department HEAD AND NOSTRILS is an The burial occurred In tho burying there SELLS I. O, O. F. BUILDING STUFFED FROM COLD homj Thursday towards dropsy, rravel or fatal and enrh State Hoard shall make a re- J. W. Acey, who bought Midnijy Well In Morning giound near the had been working O. Mr. F. ubilding, more recently the I. Croup At Owsley Wright's disease. When the kidneys port in writing to the commission "Ppei' ownCold Compound" End A "A few nights njone ofwy pa- for Mr. Eubanks for 33 ears and ho ed O. the.Stnte Bank, about a month fail there is no real help for the suf- not later than Novemlier l. every Cold Or Grippe In A trons hnd a siftall 0L!d Iwken with savs he was one of the most honor- neo,bysold it Thursdny to Mr. W B. tun venrs inilicatincr the amount of ferer except kldnev help Few Hours croup about midniglltWiteftjiM. T. able, Industrious nnd best colored Hill. He paid $10,000 for it and Mr. Doan's Kidney Pills act directly on the appropriation HKciy to ne requirgrlpie Your the kldnev. Stanford testimony is ed to operate the department for the misery cold will break and anildose of Davis, Dcarsvillei W" Va: Xkey came men he hns ever known Tho death Hill is said to have gone him n counle to my store aniUcot a botm.of Fo of such a man Is a loss to any com of thousand better for it Mt Hill end after taking proof of their effectiveness. ensuing two yenrs. in order that the Honev Tar. Dcfor munity, also pays for what Improvements that Mrs E. J. Coolov, Whitley Ave., Commission thu 'Tape's Cold Compound" every two lev'sthe child nnd entirely recovt determine con Ing d have been made in tearing out the Stanford, says: "Mv kidneys were amount of the appropriation to nsk hours until three doses ore taken. only Foley's for couchs. c I felt run down nnd of the General Assembly SOLD HIS MILK ROUTE "BI It promptly opens clogged-u- p nos- Use bank vault, etc. out of order and Everyewhere trils nnd air passages in the head, croup and grip. Sold Camcnisch. who ha , tired out. I had dull pains in mv back ,, . r . John . B. J .7 i HER TROUBLE IS GONE stops nasty discharge or nose run1 and across my loins. The action of STANFORD LADY i ueie3noiivenng miiis iu omnium a oca ptincQ NrvrrQ Mrs. Thomas II, ihivls, Montgommy kidneys wns irregular. 1 rend of DOING HER BIT ning, relieves sick headache, dullThe Red CrOS rooms will- be open tronsWer thnn some of the real ery. Ind.. says she had trouble with Doan's Kidnov Pills nnd bought some "More than n vear aeo 1 took u ness, feverishness, sore throat, sneez- everv- Satunlav ers or fftcTnterlnr Journal can for nnd stiffness. at tho New Stanford Drug Co. This course of Mayr'a Wonderful Remedy ing, soreness stuffed up! Quit blowing till five o'clock afternoon from one member, ma cold his bottles, goJ l)ier bladder and had doctoredwuuu at which time un will. etc.. t Don't stay - several inunuis wiiuuui, reuui, medicine soon put my kidneys In lor gnu nones, severe cone aim oium-iic- li Baker, the snuffling! Ease your throbbing made garments will be handed out known color Hash who also nas wi- Foley Kidney Pius were recommendne en good order nnd relieved the sympman trouble nnd have been entirely nnd and finished ones received. Volunwell ever since. I have recommended head nothing else in tho world giv- teers In sewing and cutting am ur- selling milk In Stanford for qurtfc a ed and she commenced using themtoms of kidney trouble." . backes such prompt relief as "Pnno's Cold gently Prico 00c. at all denier. Don't It to many other stomach sufferer", nsfcr will be ttada and got relief. They relievebwuiicii needed to "do their bit" In while. Tho few costs implv ask for u kidney remedy as I felt it was .my duty to leu tnem Compouod." which store. Itonly awith this work. Mrs. W. K. Warner, Feb. 1st. if-- Camenisch 'vjMjBnot acne, rncumuiic utiiis, ami, oiu t.v- m. nets oints and kidney trouble. get Doan's Kidney Pills the snmo lust how much good it has done me. cents nt nnv drutt leave Stan re.gl .. here. !....,.. lomMln.i H.nnn.nllfin out assistance, tastes nice, and cause Chairman. 1. and will that Mrs. Cooloy had. Foster-Milbur- n mtin ., Co., Mfgrs., Huffalo, N. Y. It .1.... here but v thb Ain..i,ni mucin Inn . Inconvenience. Accent no auosti ,; mm iHiuiuiui ".. 4D 400 DAYS IN JAIL i, STORAGE BATTERY STATION Jerseys nn feMese 1st or from the intest'nnl tract and nllays lute. Mr. L. Briscoe Conn, the ernnn Signal says that vhich causes prac EXEMPTION REFUSED Inflnmmrti-- n from lliflu lu rreame the nutq man, has Installthat place, was Samuel Horowitz, who wanted an ticallv all stomach, liver and Intestin- WILL ENFORCE THE LEVER ACT ed a Danville battery station for tho ing cu vuurac iyo on1 Btoraga 00 days in Wiley B. Bryan, Stato Fuel Adexemption from military service up- al ailments, ncbid'niy. appendicitis, jiis.pos- benefit of his many customers. He is on the ground that he is n vegetivrian. rim. dnit ulll in incn or money re ministrator, sends W. M. Bright, not only prepared to tako care of old HAD THE GUtt h Lincoln County Fuel Administrator, -- , With January said that tho officials of his local funded. Lincoln Pharmacy and. The a copy of tho order issued by Admin-Uimt- and frozen batteries, but sells new goring colds sec board had told him that ho wouldn't Penny Drug Store. finrfiolil. concerning tho use ones as well. See his advertisement system, causing , have to "eat tho Germans," but , of fuel on certain days, the keeping next issue. ''fight them." Isaac T. Flatto. chair GETS GOOD RESUI feel feverish anJ JF m taakOA BBiarnnuH Qt certain few GUIDE" And drooping. IfSitM next 10 Kv .iftiMnw i MAM' Ml a4v rvrLflt MM uwt me- - L,VBT ' P lMS.fr"" &H yii 4Ti punnish d abac . a Mwr t v &L al mm Tigll 4r, Mr. Hrigttl " "MtHaaaaWIIL .JLI-Ja- l J- - time h IblMV ny rocattiy, ixw, 1 k: 4um to mini arita htkeee vmrtoii ,: Are ?T-K- IWh m battir xwkte' f er ? . W"kh itolMMfaiHi1Tiun ma mis jrws, f rieneta who our mother! two casks turisir her I' Dr, J. Q. THE COUNTRY OVER Alfred Monroe, aged 71, Is dead In Clark county. . William K. Vandorbilt has contrl- lied fZ50,UUti to assist wounuco iHy IUiIIhm Jn Rome. J,rTj I'ehderaon, aged 70, i dead inc at, EYCrett, mis Wic. no wnwhom XfUhtff of 21 children, 12 of .... CHAI1 ORCHARD Mrs. Jamie Carpenter has been visiting friends and relatives In Stan- veri-tabl- 110-poun- d d I.ou-iic!- l. Cle-iton- -t yes-terd- five-da- - grand-parent- s, n d de-vo- te 100-pou- 'jnn-noun- d n Com-Vnit- - nt K W-w.- , n St-it- -- lalf -- nr ji "W j fetwss l TaEBHBL . Jt 'i OMita 3KbnUtiZftCf M -- 't AaL amP! rmi or Nti w,. tka first to Ueartlr ktVWat I , tla.lt Pa w;Al T wHl u. m . !( V mfc :V K V ti , . :1 obtl The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, January "V 4 fc 18, 1918 IP" ' Warm Clothing and Rubber Footwear - tl The Interior Journal E. C. Walton and J. H. Wrlht All of the purchasers of the First Liberty Loan' may now get their Conversion 4 per cent Bonds by presenting their temporary receipt for. same LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Under Same anagement LINCOLN TRUST COMPANY "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE" " 1 I orduroy Suits For Men and Boys CRAB ... . btA-tt- 1 "jj y . V. IV"- - I r" ' VM v A great many people were not aMe to buy Liberty Bonds, even thcugn they were sold in denominations as HERE AND THERE small as $50. "War Saving Stamps" Only eight British merchantmen A is a device for enabling everybody were sunk by mines or submarines government money to to Every winter Health Boards nndlend his good returnthe last week. These figures, given out get a from it. The; weekby the British Admiralty in its ' bought at any postofTice or ly statement of shipping losses, shows warn against this weakening can be $4.12 this month and Jan. I, a great decrease in the number of disease which often strikes bank atdraw $5. which is four ner 1923, vessels sent to the bottom, as com- those who are least prepared cent, compounded periodicnllv. The pared with the record for the two, credit of the government" is behind previous weeks, in each of which the to resist it You should strengthen these stamps, mnking them the best aggregate was twenty-on- e. yourself against grippe by taking of investments. If at nny time the Beginning today all manufacturpurchaser should need the monev he ing plants, with a few exceptions, in can get it refunded at the postofTice Mississippi River, States cast of the of registry by giving ten days' noand in Minnesota and Louisiana, will all of tice. Wnr Saving Stamps g:-be shut down for a period of five us a chance to help the government days, and on the nino following Monand at the same time lay up somedays factories and business houses, thing for a rainy dny. Investigate with some exceptions, and all amusethe proposition and help with vour ments, in the designated territories, money, while thousands of the flowwill be closed, as the result of an which is the cream of cod liver oil, er of the earth are helping with their order issued by the Fuel Administration, tho object being to relieve refined, purified and so skilfully lives. the fuel famine brought about pri- prepared that it enriches the blood In these davs when so mnny mur marily by weather conditions, result- streams, creates reserve strength derers go unwhipt of pustice. ut is ing in a tie-u- p of many lines of in reassuring to rend of the and fortifies the lungs and throat Boston of a broker, who hanging kiiiciHtns Don't delay It may mean much. wife. Massachusetts, it will be WHIT NEIGHBOHS IK KENTUCKY sticks to the cibhet for murders nn.l inline nn stock in the Use SCOTTS humane method of.pu.UMr them Yuil About a New Discovery.' Say of by the electric route. No humihl tnrinn concern should be wnstea on Many local peoplo nro ulad to testify Refuse those who take life, especially vith to tho good results obtained from Anurlc. The old tntY ion- the Sratt Bowu. BloomflcM. N. J. tho discovery of Doctor l'lercu of tho ed callows is good enough for tlvem A lively little spat Is on between Invalids' Hotel 'Buffalo, N. Y., for Uilnuy Despite the brevity of tho folpW and bladder disorders, backache, rheu- Owen Mclntyrc, of the Danville AdM. Saufley,.,of Ing note from a boy now in Fjnctv matism and all uric acid troubles. This vocate, and Shelton the Richmond Register. The former it will be as authentic andwill go Is what Mrs. M. J. Hiuuwkll of Cox's is espousing the causo of Gov. Stan-- , far toward dispelling theXfeaw of Creek, Ky., says: ley and the latter that of Senator certain girls who werefcft behind. "I want to tell all sup suffering humanity Beckham and the cutting and amus- "These French girls pno ore any what a help Anurlc ing things they are saying about each posed to be prcttyjnvn t got has boon to no. other would make a cat cachinnate. thlnir an the cirurt uomc. Before taking It X But for the distance we would fear members of the With only felt weak and dizzy, that pistoh. nnd .coffee for two might ,V Inst" prohibiten, and did not feel like be ordered, but a the weather, is Legislature, nation shoowini goriorming my cold ond snow deep, we are praying as nmevfment, Urvote on thetho pros I that they'll not get' to each, other. al it looks like have taken two g enough; to put tno ques- packages of tho tab-le- Democrat Should dwell .together in or the way now and get and feel like a. uftMMlifJE 4 their ammunition to business thU will redound enemy the repute different poKOS.11 interest of the State. am so we HwaillMHI.t mm 1 is no race uii with I the r UmmmmmmmmmmmmmET 4laii AiSmu nor and the Sen. Garfield's order nistrntor thmt want .IiHBw'a pre never will ki'. friends who have backacho or' .mrnn stores, "bbw suggest thaCrfTucicnt closingsaloons theatres, factories, of. kidneys to know about this innir ra with thetr nnd other places on fices, ,ntil tnpry Is the evil UKreoi. woojcnui nuuiciue." Mondays for ten weeks, will conserve Whcn the kidneys am weak or diseased big lot of coal, but that it will a e Richmond opera Jiouse sustain-iimthese natural (illors do not cleanse tha.J cause a great inconvenience, none estimated at $3,000 by a will gainsay. Diooa suuicinnuy, miu uiu ikjimjiis aril, fell followed tho,' Ignition of a carried to all parts of tho body. Tlioro follow doorrsslon. aches and ualiw. heavi ,Im. An Ohio man turned his wages ness, drowsiness. Irritability, headaches wards, formerly of Madison over to his wife every Saturday chilliness and rneumatisin. in somo vo- his hotno in corbin night for a period of twentv-flv- e snarp painiiin iu ij at pio mere ore week; I and loins, distressing bladder disojf years, and then she eloped vith anM sometime ousiinaio urom other man. And yet there are some 1 uric acta sometime iorms people who would ask us believe that w r kidney twmes. woman is the weaker vessel. moms me u H causes lain! A news item informs us that wottiea. men's dress styles for this year will effect n 25 per cent, saving in mater ial. Wonder which end tho dear things will economize nt this timet CRASS Somerset han a man named Ches FARMS ter KaiK He 'should be .rtnitted to change his" surname' to some other lor card ana not'to suggestive without u special IBd iH your uct of the Legislfttare.' l kit of Pri- it U BO WAS FEELING?ALL RUN DOWN Louis Duckner. ' Somerset. Va.. r farm for "I run rhr with writes: with was feeling nilbaalc. down; pains Jn my tired, After rf. taking Foley Kidwy Fllb I felt like a new man." JMewcne. rfceumat pains, stiff Joint, sere muMlaa, len anklet, and 1 der alhnenU yield Lquiek ume-tnefv. remedy. I I W. E. .PERKINS ORCHARD, "Lcnvc to print" speeches thnt were never delivered in Congress is fonrfully obusod by fellows like Caleb Powers, who take nd vantage of it for private ends. For instance he replies to the speech of Judgo Hob' sion nt Willinmsburg nnd secures its publication in the Congressional Record. Then he hns thousands upon thousands of it printed nt the exand loads pense of the the overcrowded mails with it to his constituency under his frank, thereby making the government pnv hundreds of dollars for whnt ulv concerns the pardoned assassin suspect. He accuses the judge of ignorance nnd says it incapacitates him from serving in Congress nnd then animadverts on tho folly of putting now and untried men in the hnlls of national legislation. Powers speaks of himself ns an old and experienced member, but if he hns done nny thing to war rant the large salary he drnws. the records do not show it. The 11th district is seriously handicapped by such a representative and it is plens. ing to note that men like Charley Finiey nnd other supporter of Pow ers are realizing the futility of keeping him in Congress and will join in the effort to rclegnte him to the rear, where he should always hoe remained. He is a perfect figure head in Congress, without standing and without influence, and his people have paid dearly for gratifying a sentiment. In view of the fact that II. Iloyce Taylor, moderator of the General Association of Baptists, is preaching nnd writing ngainst the Red Crew nnd the Y. M. C. A., which orgnnun-tion- s nre doing so much for the relief of suffering during the terrible wnr tilt hns been forced upon us. the First Baptist church at Richmond has ndoptcd resolutions severely condemning the wolf in sheep's clothing nnd demanding his resignation from the position he dishonors. This is the same individual who retired from the chair when a resolution was brought before the association commending the President's course nnd promising his hearty support. He should have been promptly removed from office then so that any subsequent utterance of his should not apparently have official sanction of the great and glorious denomination, ins action insults. V.V commend the course of the Richmond church to nil other churches so thnt the unpatriotic and treasonable course of this man mny tc brought into the contempt it so richly deserves. This is no time for the exploitation of such views ns those shepentertained bv this herd of the church and there is no nlace outside of "Ocrmany for such a gou-rnme- : O'BRYAN BROS. mmflmmBrmmmmmmtlmmmmmmmmmmmr Brmi!Mus TACTORlCS NASHVILLE juim: Xo Now is the time to fortify youir-sefor cold vveathei. We have just received some new Kersey Suits, corduroys and extra heav serges. lf We have anything in Rubber Footwear from a boy's sandal to a man's rubber boot. Flannel shirts, wool sox, heavy underwear and corduroy pants. We can keep you warm at small cost. WEST NASHVtltC s Remember coming. blizzards are Heavy overcoats, rainthe e coats and slickers. McRobertSsBailey&Rupley MAIN STREET it09e9SOtflMNM Jl JL STANFORD, KY. A.Cjmm Fayette Warenouse Goes "Over the Top" Read the records of our sales. official. X KENTUCKY he. Grippe Epidemic They are not only enlightening, but CCOTT'i 'EMULSION LAST WEEK'S SALES At the Fayette, 808,035 lbs. $230,291.87, Ave. $28.50. The Record The Balance of the Market $26.84. 2,762,590 lbs. $741,565.71, Average e SEASON'S SALES At Fayette, 1,949,880 lbs. $548,629.20, Ave. $28.14. The Record The Balance of the Market $27.17. Average $33.30 7,999,140 lbs. $2,173,384.32, Average 3, 103,010 lbs.,' Substitutes M-- r. fHigh Break for the Season, The Fayette, December The Record. High Floor last week, The Fayette, Jan. 9, 108,995 lbs. Average, $31.61 The Record. i fe,4J Jen High Crop average for the Season, The Fayette, Ferguson & 7390 lbs. $43.11 The Record. Brom-me- l, w I IHTTj pu t High Basket for the Season, The Fayette, Ferguson & Brommel, $63.00 The Record. These results have been attained not by accident, but through the painstaking, earnest and efficient efforts of each and every loyal member of an organization, whose chief aim is to give the best possible service to planter and buyer alike. m arms ill The Fayette Tobacco Warehouse Company . , r-- i. INCOHKATH ! J. MVjlJ v f' r JL1V11VJJ17 ' LPviiVTrrxAjsWf' - IYU1TI 1 ErcrMvrri - &'. TO GET IN" iuv uvivi r IK ''all 4 ,rW v 'Jff M" " ?Wr ?. - W The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, January Miss Jean Pnxton spent several davs of this week In Louivllle. Mill Nettle Walter, who hni Itcon quite 111 with pneumonia, Is some better. Col. W. J. Sparks, of Mt. Vernon, was on thin morning's train bound for Louisville. Dr. M. C. Heath, of Richmond, wns here this week with his daugh-tcr- . Mrs. A. II. Severance. Mr. R. 0. Hrntton, of Hubble, went to Louisville Wednesday td make a brief visit to his daughter there. O. 0. Speakc, of St. John, Kansas Is in this section mingling with old friends who arc glad to sec him. Messrs. W. P. Grimer, Jr., W. A. Carson, Jr., nnd Ed Ilradv nttcndei' the dance at Lebanon Wednesday night. Mr. II. I). Carter was up from Mitchellsburg Thursday. He said that his wife, who had been ill since last Friday, was somewhat improved. Editor Joseph K. Robinson of the Lancaster Record, wns n caller ut this office Thursday. He was over here looking nfter ome legal bus! 18, 1918 D )n Caldwell's The Perfect First National Bank " C. Has the Largest Deposit In ' Its History of 36 Years lowing that the citizens of Stanford and Lincoln County are prosperous. May their riches and happiness continue to increase, WITH THE CHURCHES Presbyterian Church, Sunday Jan. 20 Sunday School at 9:4G; Morning service at 11. Sermon by pastor; C. K. Meeting nt G:.10; union service at the Christian church at 7 o'clock. Methodist Sunday School and preaching service will bo held in thu court-hous- e Sunday morning 9:!10 and 10:15. If the wcatlt-- r Is severe tho county court room on first flooi will he used as last Sunday. Christian Church Sunday School 10 A. M., R. M. ninckcrby, Supt.; Lord's Supper nnd Morning sermon, :3'i 11 A. M.; Christian Rndcavor, P. M. The union service will be held with this church nt 7 o'clock, tn weather permitting. Dr. M. D. Knrly will preach the serm'op. The Sunday School of the First Hnntist church at Winchester h.ts eight members who nre doing service in the army nnd nnvy. l.nst Sunday a service flag with eight stars on it vviih nresenteil to the school nnd it wns placed in n conspicuous place ItiJ lite ouuuuy rviiuui luuiua DEATHS IN GARRARD COUNTY The Lancaster Record announces the following deaths of Garrard county opeple: Mrs. Mary Hall Dunn, ngid 01, of Hright's disersc at her home on the Danville pike; Mrs. Stephen L. Walker on the Poor Ridge nike. lifler n very brief illness, and Warren Slavin at Paint Lick. The latter was HO years old. Mrs. Sallie Marct, formerly of Garrard, died in the Jewish Hospital in Louisville, aged .r0, after an illness of several months. ,...... Syrup Pepsin Laxative is an ideal remedy for pation. n H II It constiis a combination of n n simple laxative herbs with pepsin that acts in an easy, natural manner, and is as safe for children as it is positively effective on the strongest constitution. Sold in Dritjr Stores Everywhere 4MK H and may they remember to deposit their money in the above named Bank which will aid them to make the New Year the Hbest of their lives. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Mrs. E. L. Reinhart, who has been ill for omo weeks, is convalescing. ness. News eomes from Hustonville that Mks I.ula Edrington, the popular nnd accommodating telephone cpern-tois very ill, with chances ngninst r, her recovery. 50 cts. m (r) $1.00 Corn Pain a "' -- Isaac Salem, of the Ilargaln Store, ha been In Louisville this week,Sul Mr. W. C. Roberts, of Gum phur. has been visiting Mrs. Kmmett Cubell. er I' Stopped Quick Vhad cicrle will meet Tho Hculah-Wnlkwith Mrs. J C Eubanks. Jnn IP. at . 2 o'clock. Miss Annie Ashlock Mient hcenl country with her sister. days in the Mrs. Les Shcrron. Prof. Walter Moscr. of Moreland, was here Wodnrsdny returning frorr Richmond, where he had been to sc his best girl. "I enclose you $l.r" f local paper in Kentucky." writes the Interior Journal's friend. P. M. Wt of Humidirey, Caicy county Mr. R. II. Batson, of Ijiiciuter, w here this morning returning -- .from St. Petersburg, Kin, where he spent the last two weeks. He says the weather was fine there Mrs. J. C. Carpenter, who has been ill for some time, has fuflirier.tly re : romrd to wait her daughter, Mrs Homer Carpenter, in Lexington Slw returned with Mrs. Carpenter Mr. Charles Trub, of the Oltrn-helsection, b lined the snow and ice and enme to town Wednesday. He says the mercurv registered 'JO below at his home Saturday morn Conn Lift Eight Off With "Geta-It- " Ulrnsril relief from corn rains Is simple as A II C with (lots.lt." When ou'vr been UmpInK around nwny from for days trliiK t a lirurt. drilling corn !t bumpy calor lus, and cverythlni; you've tried lias t ... Me bbbbbbbbbWbbbC4 I ftLHmftftmftT Mr. Tliomus Jennings, the lloirlmnl merchant, is now a grandfather. UU daughter. Mrs. J. C. Reid. of Din ville, presented hur husbnnd with he cutest kind of a little daughter ihi other day. She hait been named Eva lng". only made it Home, and then you on and tho pain nut some (Sets-It- " rases right away, and the corn preln rluht on like a skin "ain't it a cr-inand heavenly "Octs-H- " feel-Inn- 7" netta Mr. Tlnsley Rpoonnmore wiys the severe cold spell which begun Kri day night last nnd continueil several dnvs. was the worst he has ever known, except one In 1803, and that did not boat the one of a few days ago vcrv much. Kid. J. Q. Montgomery and attractive daughter. Mjss Bessie, left last week to visit Rro. Montgomory'" George Montgomery nt Hruns-wicGa. Mr. K. L. Gadbcrry. of Wavnesburg. and sister, Miss Bannie Tarter, of Yosemite, were in Inwn Friday. Liberty Newi The Richmond Register says thut Mr. W. P. Kincald, of this city, was there tho other day en route to Cincinnati to sell lft hogsheads of tobacco. He has bought lots of tobacco in Lincoln, Hovle, Garrard and other counties, and we nre glad to say has done well with his purchnses. Mayor Florence received a card from Hon. W. H. Shanks, who with his wifo, left a week ago today for White Springs. Fin. He said that his train finally arrived, but wbs 30 hours late. For 24 hours on the trip they were not ablo to get anything hardly to cat and the train was so cold that it was really uncomfortable. To add to their discomfort, their trunk had not nrrived and they had not been able to get trace of it. Evidently Mr. and Mrs. Shanks are not having a thoroughly enjoyable trip this time. n00-Mr. k, Reid. has revolutionised tbe lorn history of the world. Millions use it and it never falls. Indies Tjr smaller nhoen mid have pain-fre- e Wo old fellows and feet. young fellows forget our toes anil Kveryhody feel frisky as colts. with a corn or callus needs "(Sets-It- ." We will all walk about and rnloy ourselves as we. did without orns. (let a bottle today from your ilriiKKlRt, or sent on receipt of prlco by i: l.iwrenco A Co, ChlcnKO, III, ?Sr nil vou need to my. Sold in Stanford and recommended as the world's best corn remedy by The Penny Drug Htore. 1 RECEPTION FOR HER SISTER The reception given on Thursday nfternoon by Mi.s Susan Fisher country Woods nt her beautiful home wns a charming nlTair for Miss sinter-in-laht-- r WiHids friends to lllrrt Mrs. Robert H. Wools, lntet bride, who was formerly Miss M. Kay Sallee. of Harrodshurg. For the occasion the spacious home ery nrtistieiilly in was decorated milk and whi'e. earnntions ami mi- Inx, being ujeil in profusion and lighted by rnndle light. In the library, Mesdamcs Richard C Hocker nnd Alfred U Pence served ten nnd hlne enke The lovely hostess nnd br.de, who received Uie piests, were beau, tiful gowned in pink evening dresses nnd the bride carrietl a corsage bou quet of sweet pens nnd roses', bwect strains of music were dispersed from the Victrola during the entire afternoon. The dining room, where nn elnboratc luncheon was partaken of was a thing of beauty. The centerpiece of the lnrge dining table wn pink roses. Mrs. J. S. Rice very gracefully presided at the coffee urn. and Mrs. Sanford M. Allen, of Millersburg, nt the salatl bowl. Thev were iby assisted hv Mrs. Samuel J. Kmbry, Jr.. nnd Mi-- s Fuc T.iylor Englemnn. The souvenirs, t'nv bows of pink ribbon, were presented to the guests by little Miss Susnn Fisher Woods, who proved herself an nrt-is- t at it. There were something like a hundred invitations issued, but the severe cold wenrther prevented many who would liked to have had the opportunity of being in the home of Miss Woods, who is at all times an ideal hostess, and meeting the bride, who is a very charming lady. Germany's latest attempt to destroy the wheat crop of California and other States has taken the form of shipment to this country of powerful poisonous pollen to be distributed by German agents in such a manner as to kill the entire output. Stnn-ford's a A trial bittle can be obtained, free ef charge, by writing ta Caldwell, 457 Washington St., Monticello, lllinm Dr. XV. J. "Hilly" Stout was found almost The legislature adjourned Thursfrozen on Muin street, Danville. He day until Monday. was taking his usual morning walk Private William Howard, u Lcxinp-to- n nnd the zero wenthcr was more than boy, was killed in action in would stand. France Oct. 28. his weakened condition home. He wns taken to his H. M. and Emma Hcrndon, of William King sold to W. S. Car- Scott county, sold their e rier, also of Garrard, a good team of farm to Paul and Emma Finck for mare mules for SfiSO. George Robin39,000. son paid J. P. llourne $500 for a Many people suffering for cnai team of horse mules. went to the Hnrrodsburg municipal Street and interurban traffic in and light plant and carried olf enough to mound Lcx'ngton was discontinued a fl'o rd temporary relief. Wednesday. Deep snow and scarcity No. 5132 of coal forced the move. REPORT OF THE 298-ncr- THE END OF A MEATLESS DAY I have eaten a bale Of spinach and kale, And I've never raised t ro'v. I have swallowed a can Of moisten bran And I feel like a brindled cow, I am taking a shack From the old haystack In the owning shadows gray. And I'm glad, you bet, At last to get To the end of a meatlevs day CONDITION J0k Federal Reserve Dish No. OF THE LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK At Stanford, in the State of Kentucky, at close of business Dec. Ill, M7 RESOURCES Loans nnd discounts (except those shoun on b and c) S38,:i(i0.ia U. S. Bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) .... 100,000.00 ' I 'hertv loan Bonds, unnledged per tc. and i per ct. 21,7f.0.0i U. S. Bonds pledged Bonds others than to .secure Postal Savings Deposits ..$ 3,000.00 Securities other than U. S. Bonds (not including stocks) owned unpledged .. t!2,li87.5lt 09,087.50 Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per ct. of subscription 4,550.00 Value of banking house 7.000.00 Furniture and fixtures 1.00 Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank 34,478.17 Cash in vault and net amounts duu from national banks 125,482.9 1 Checks on other banks in the same city or town as reporting bank (other than Item 17) 5,05.4 I Total of Items 14, 15, 1C, 17 and 18, 5130,541.38. Checks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting bank and other cash items 4u! bf) Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. .. 5,000.00 Treasurer Other assets, if any War Savings S.,tamps .. 892.70 ... .... " Pirate- - The Gas wns struck on the Whicker farm in Madison where drilling for oil was in progress. New York City has a total of 132 modcrnWed hotels, with an aggregate of UO.fiOO rooms. IWTHIS NERVOUS WOMAN Mr Hugh Noe went to Iotiisviltc Wednesday morning. Mrs. J. H. Paxton attended the Kentucky War Conference in Louiv ville this week. Mrs. Snnford M Allen, of Millcrs-huris with her parents. Mr. and GOTWELL g, Capital btock paid in Surplus fund , ..... Undivided profits Amount reserved lor taxes accrued . Amount reserved for all interest accrued Circulating notes outstanding Net amounts due to National Banks wholesome and easily disrated. Net amount due to banks and bankers and trust compaMillions of mothers use nies (other than included in 30 and 31) Total of items 31 and 32, $12,033.20. Individual deposits subject to check Deposits requiring notice but less than 30 days BAKING POWDER Total demand deposits (other than bank deposits) becauscofitspurity because subject to Reserve, Items 33, 31, 35, 30, 37, 38, 39 it always cives best irsults and n EI and 40, $448,509.92. economical in cct and use." Catamtt conlaina only tach 91 Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowed) Aore bttn op. Intrtditnf at . Postal savings deposits ,prord officially by A U. 5. Total of time deposits subject to reserve, Items 41, Food AntUortlitt. S 42, 43 and 44, $39,210.12. tot) save when yrcu trey " Ml with Calumet Bakings you don't kno.v what a good exCan't Help cuse I have. Helping Myself they're so Good for roe too, begood! cause Calumet Bakings are to me if I were your kid? Well, if you're not acquainted Sh! What would happen Total . . $7fifi,ifi-.7- t LIABILITIES S 100,000.00 5&.100.00 1,500.00 3,3011.51) 100,000.00 8,150.11 2,000.00 3,883.09 CALUMET 421,998.92 20,511.00 38,535.39 674.73 J Vou save when you ua it. g Told by Herself. Her" Sin Mrs. K. P. Woods. James W. Williams, of Knob Lick, cerity Should Conis very ill with pneumonia, and his vince Others. mnnv friends are uneasy about him. Mr Walter Forsythe, who spent several weeks with the homefMka Christopher, 111. "For four years I here, left Wednesday for his work nt suffered from irregularities, weakness. Cleveland. O. nervousness, anu Mrs. Ollic Scott, who came to spend was in a run down the holidays with her sister, Mrs. K. condition. Two of I,, Reinhart. wns taken ill und is just our beat doctora able to be up again. failed to do mo any Ramsey, of Louisville, Mrs. Carl good. I heard so guest of Miss Elizabeth Ilig-glis the much about what LydiaE.Pinkbam' Mrs. Ramsey was Miss Frank n. $750,002.71 Total ... State of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ss: I, W. M. Bright, Cashier of the above-nambank do solemnly swear that the above statement is 'true to the best of my knowledge and belief. w. m. hkiuht, uastiier Correct Attest: Subscribed and sworn' to before mo this 9th day of Jan. 1918. R. L. HUBBLE, W. W. SAUNDERS A. T. NUNNELLEY, Notary Public G. W. CARTER, Commission expires Feb. 7, 1920. Directors ed 1 IIS J1 1 i I School faculty last year. Dr. E. J. Drown, who was in Louisville the first of the week, had the opportunity of seeing some of the locul young men who are at Camp Taylor, and was greatly pleased to Waller, a member of the Graded Government Orders to Conserve Fuel On Each Monday mail hear of the success of Capt. Mene-fewho U Instructor in bayonet work In the tho I)fantry School of Amis. The class that Capt, Mcnefee now has is the only bayonet clnss in Uie United States that has no foreign instructor, which bespeaks quite an honor for him. "CASCARETS" FOR A COLD, BAD BREATH OR SICK HKAUACIIC e, Beginning Monday, January 21t, contlnuning up to and Including-MMarch 25th, 1918, onday, Beit For Liver And Bowelt, Tor fill. iout, Sour Stomach And Comtipation box now. Get u ten-ceFurred Tongue, Had Colds Indigestion. Sallow Skin and MUerable Headaches come from , torpid li.er ind clogged bowels, wn'ch cause n. o idled with your stomach to o .rs end undigested food, whicl, ferments like jrarhage 'n it swill barto untold rel. That's tin first tJt IndlgcsMon, fobi bad in ferv I re nth, v'llow skin, n4jwai Jmrt, eryhing thut Is vlrr sung. A i;ascnrm! our constiimtcd b eloansine and stralktfl morning. They y6ti whH be-o- we will aell Drugs and Medicinal Supplies Only V We adviie our customers to make all other purchases before each M era day during that time. ir.!, M THE" y Drug Store E. R. Coleman, Prop. Stanford, Ky. Me. 2 1337 Ijentle keep their stomach, liver and rcirutatcd. and never know a ablo moment. Don't forget Um'i dren their little Insldes need a cleaneinir. too. box fotpej your. will keep you reeling months. Millions of men an take, a Cascarct now and ' th nt COMifcN- - School diploma 11i:lu:b, Chri.tophcr, III. RndV nations will be held Jan. 25-2Nervousness Is often a symptom of Way HM1. "aw. IWaMiOUSEHOLD COUGH SYRUP weakness or somo functional deranre-mrn- l. "k. .. WANTED A farm of 50 to 125 '"V which mav Iwi overcome bv tills PkjtfWNg Guaranteed to Relieve Cough remedy, Lydlai, acres with good improvement. Land famous root and herb Waynes-bur- fr K it deien't relieve your cough It K. Pinkham'a Vegetablo iximpounu, as must be good. Box No. 12, 89-t- f Ky. women have found by a cent. thousands of Wa'tcoatjyouoeuevo inai ion coug n -r WANTED position as a nurse or experience srpiy w Hlfce bettof the many kind f complications exist, writo Lydia.E. companion for an old lady. AddrcBg w rr7v Pinkham Medicine Co.. Lynn, Mass., for me In care of P. W. Kennedy, suggestions In regard to your ailmunt. Stanford. MIsa Georgia Johraon. 62p W?ar, thatftwjll cW speed relief.Mtf atave no Is y Ttiu result of its long experience FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, up with at vour service. Rugs, Wall I'aper, Lace Lurtains, i ft C)W4 Under judgment of Lincoln Circuit Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, Isn't that f Court in case of J. S. Coleman, etc. Pictures andfiloves. W. A. Tribblc. Can you al Plaintiff v.. South Fork Spoke Co., Stanford. 2Jtf (eneroue oR ' FOR ItENT My house and Tot on Defendant. of a cough ON MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1918 Lancas-- r street for 1918. For parat 2 P. M., at the courthointe door in ticular see Huirhes & McCarty. Stanford. Ky.. I will sell to tlic lilg h- - Stanfo'ttL Ky., or write me at Liber esti bidder unoii credit of six month s, ty, Ky. V. W. Whlpp. s tlu following described real ct ate FOR &ALE Two Duroc boars, lin' Lincoln countv. Kentucky. vlr:N weigh about VQ pounds. They are out I In the town of McKInney and sow. Price reasonable, hounded on tho north by laws of of a Defender au or I'edigree lurnisneu. enrv Nunnellev. on the eaut by U. James Cannon, McKini UaBeatW wrive , O. & T. P. R R. Co., right of way, r" MSaLMie A FENCE i west by lands of HI C Nunnelley. south by lands of MaMullini Co. lot of redlcetMrNfMM laflBbd al- so sevenil nice;W-Hi feflaKmo' 25 id containing twivawres wore if y being the land, of the r. k Snake CoaMnv. er' ho much c oncv. FOR BALK Sevci of as may be' mciMwary to re-- . VWuU mule. Sm, them at J iaai vr the sum of .$3p0.wtlulxlw- woTit Jc.eV TTUM W. Joneii. al t. from Nov. 5L. lV14.yi Mm AirLOlT- - On Moi KvwiU' Ui sum of $iZ.T0 BBd'Uex.fuiNhjr & bmek lioak witk felf erua. S40. coat to G , pound had done for other, 1 tried It and was cured. 1 am no longer nervous, am regulur, and in excellent health. I believe tho Compound will cure any female trouble." Mrs. AWCB Vegetable Com- fegqlfc mrft CENT,A-WORD ADS aav Cherry je i Cough Syrup Bark' V '- -- 1 f whtavHlt ke.i-tanc- ' ft'"' ft? I Lino v. 0-- tI "POTll! i EAm C. yc - Mum d iki"lfcaP. leKaHaBHPT f- HftCeUJOll I f ut STB DouftaW. 1 to tun --UtftWT 'A' at f- - ri-t- 1'iax: . IT ml mm ' VJb, LajaV j 'Bat e Milder Us when the food disagrees, the play has been too strenuous, or the dreaded colds arc taking; hold the housewife of experience has a tried remedy at hand. It has proved her helper for many years, and she knows its value. Peruna Tablets Are A Quick Aid They regulate the disturbed diges tion, free the overloaded stomach, overcome the cold, remove the catarrhal conditions and rebuild the strength. Peruna Is A Reliable Family Remedy kIt has proved, that in innumerable 'households frpm Maine to California, nnd in foreign countries. It Js the chief reliance in the American home for all catarrhal trouble and wherever a tonic is needed, in convalescence and as a preventive In tablet form it Is ever a reat life insurance. If you haven't used it in this form, get a box today. cady-tn-takc, .LkA. Tl IE PERUNA COMPANY Columbia. OkU WpVTW v IV of it, when to counter the pirates he Thomas Gray took seven years' cave Wnlnole instructions "to make over the composition of his immortal ; Uodslcy print it immediately, from Elegy, and even on its completion your copy, out witnout my name." showed tho utmost diffidence regardFive days later, on February 10, ing its publication. 17C1, Dodslcy, with Indeed, ho docs not seem to have promptitude, issued n commcndnble lnn;e quarto seriously considered the question ot pamphlet, anonymous, priced fid., enthe poem until firintlng Walpole's cnthusiams through titled "An Elepy Wrote in n Country in dis- Churchyard." tributing manuscript it copies Within ten years fifteen nuthorized came to his cars that tho Magazine of Magazines intended to make use English editions were balled fur, the printed editions were countless, and it was ''lifted" by about every magNO MORE CALOMEL azine in the countiy. STORY OF CRAY'S ELEGY FOR THIS BARBER ? I K boy in Brooklyn, N Y., stole his older brother's clothes, discarded his short pants and succeeding in enlisting. His mother found it out and brought him home. A r r .1 Nashville Tonsorial Artist Says A NERVOUS WREGX He Has Found Better Way to Than by Taking . Get Relief Calomel Takes Vin Hep From Three Years' Suffering. Say Cardui Mae Her Well. atica Texas City, Tex. In an interesting "It a fellow was ever knocked out statement, Mrs. G. H.Schill, of this town, by anything, I certainly was by a good says: "For three years I suffered untold spell ot spring fover this agony with my head. I was unable to spring." said U. L. Uearden, n Nashville baber, 213 Fourth do any of my work. I jast wanted to s!scp all the time, tor avenue, north, "but thanks to Mr. O. M. Spencor, tho paint contractor, 617 that was the only case 1 could get, when Commerce stroot, for stating In tba I was asleep. I became a nervous wreck papers how he got such wonderful just from the awful suffering with my quick relief by taking that good medihead. cine, Vln Hepatlca. I was so nervous that the least noise "I havo been using calomel, which vhsVi0 sickening that I could scarcelr would make inc jump out of my bed. I stand If. Nt only did Yin Hepatlca had no energy, and was unable to do put moVti. Ana sliafie again, but It anything. My son, a young boy, had to was so pleasant" Jo take. I hadn't taken more than two or three doses than do all my household duties. I was not able to do anything until I my drowsy feeling was all gone and I was feeling flno. I am my took Cardui. I tool: three bottles in all, Velt again. and it surely cured me of those awful Tho fijcl Is, Vin Hepatlca is Nature'! That has been three years own medicine for sfomach, liver and , kidnoy troubles. It Is made from olght t ago, and I know the cure is permanent, ot the greatest modlcinal roots and tor I have never had any headache Since hetb known to medical science, all taking Cardui. . . combined Into ono medicine, known as Nothing relieved me until I took Cardui. Vin Hepatlca. the Universal System It did wonders for me." and Tonic. Purifier this groat Tiy Cardui for your troubles made ., Wo strongly recommend Naturo remedy. Come and get a bottle Irntn mpdfcln.il ingredients recommended and try tt. on our recommendation. W , dical books bcinK of beneil it know it Is a real modlclno of the blgb- t jn 4..i.,M est merit. Jiciuun. nwuui, aim u jviisui wv iiiu proven that the books are rfehb Begin 1., TLw 1 1IC llllH-Jl- l NC-1taking Cardui today. STANFORD. KY. 1 well-knowold-tim- a Corbin, arc visiting relatives nt this place. Mr. James Flint is still( assisting Mr. G. A. Walter, one of bur merchants. . Mr. Doc Walter, of Louisville, has been visiting relatives and friends at - pirls Kentucktnn-Cltznn- . this place. Mrs. Will Hasty, of Arabia, visited "Little hit of bacon, Mrs. Everett Chcv-oletLittle bits of wheat her sister-in-laCJivo a soldier's body last week, Energy and heat." Mr. Morris Wnlls nnd family made a flying trip to Detroit nnd have re turned to homersct. Mr. Tilden Gooch hns rented the Hester Hotel nd is. well prepared to nccommodate boarders. Mr. G. A. Walter's daughter, Mary Walter, hns been ill with the measles, but is convalescing now. Sunday School nnd prayer- meetimt have closed at the Christian church on account of the lack of fuel. , Mr. J. II. Yocum, who lias been visiting his mother nt this place has returned to his position in' Detroit. Mrs. Maggie Damm has returned Positive Convincing Proof to her home at h'townh. Tenn.. after We publish the formula of Vinol visiting homefolks and friends here. Mrs. Emily Francis, who has been to prove convincingly that it lias the almost blind for several months is rower to create strength. . voa ina jifi rpionr, iron . improving, her friends are pleased to " nj Manfanetclptanaiaa, Ironnd g I know, Ammonium Citrate, Lira J baua 9 Ulycerophoiplutu, Caxarlo. . Harold Chevolictt, Eugene Hart, ? Claude Hart, Coakley Murphy and Any, woman who buys a bottle of Jesse Gooch have gone to Detroit, Vinol for a weak, nervous Mich., to work. condition and finds after giving it a Rev. Masters, Jr., has been called fair trial it did not help her, will ngain this year to pruach at the Chris- have her money returned. You see, there is no guess work tian church. The people are pleased . to know it, as he h n splendid about Vinol. Its formula proves there is nothing like it for all weak, Ouing to the evere weather which overworked, nervous men we are lmwng. Dr. C M. Thompson'! end women and for feeble old people water pipes burted and caused a and delicate children. Try it once little trouble in the cellar of bis res. ind he convinced. The Penny Druj Store, Stanford. Ky. lilence te week. Mr. Elmer Godbcy and .wife, j KRWI.MOUnTAin. Baxter Ms been, oh tM Hit.' MIm Ida Waters' at' MoKltj. "' noy. Inst week. i MIm Lucile Reynolds 8$cnt Friday ' with Mrs. Eliza Rlfrney., Mr. 0, W. Horton has moved to the Henry Gooch property, Mr. Eugene 'Mead is flagman for Williams Ilros. at this place. Mrs. Annie Davidson has moved to Mrs. Mcalle Walls properly. Mrs. Eliza Yocum, who has been sick for a few weeks, Is improving. Williams Bros. Contracting Co. is progressing nicely double tracking. Dr. Laswell spent n fow dnys with rentives and friends at Mt. Vernon. Miss Edith Laswoll, of this place, visited friends nt Pleasant Point last MIm 8adi frfelc LAND, STOCXAW J Tnl.nlnl lfP tUtt' raised an o -- of iv me wiie, ui .ins a. nf.mmmm farm, tn Montgomery counblKMtfV uay, me larm coniaininc aws rPf of land was sold to H. K. Green at S230.65. The place Is located on the Grassy Lick pine, flvo miles, from Mt, Sterling. Tho Department of Agriculture is urging poultry raising to increase tho food sUpply, A bulletin "Dack. Yard Poultry Ifccplng' has becrt and may bo secured 'without cost by application to the division of publications, Department of Agriculture. Mr, Nutter Wood, of Fomwood, Miss., is the guest of his fntJicr. Mr. J. II. Wood, in this county. fr. Woofl has just returned from Indiana wherp he purchased 15 head of Duroc Jersey gilts for $4,fi00 for the Enochs Form & Lumber Company, for thoir large plantation nenr Fcrnwiod, Miss. Mr. Wood is cmploydd by tho Enochs Farm & Lumber pldnlnHuit. 770,60 wofHiM fof ground. p " . ! ' M "ivS'vV y "' " ?0 beautiful hair;, sen,', rutOsJL. HMn. wavy and : f re ' frw merely' a matter of tslDirvi. & v na.ir n,la inc inpnn m hnvrt nfri-- kaf t haUn J 'lab1 nf U Just get n small' bottlo tti knowltdn's iJandcrino ntrtv for a 'f cw cents all drug, stores' recommend It apply a littlo as diroctrfl and within ttri minutes there will bo an apponrnhe'o. of abundance, freshness, fufnriei n..d an incomparable gloss and lustre, And try as you will you crfnrivH find a trace of dandruff or falling ha'rt but ybur1 real surprise will be after nbo'it two weeks' use, when; y"od will seo new hnlr fine nnd downy nt first- yes but rcnljy new, hair sprouting out all over your scalp Dnnderinn is, wt- - bclovo, the only suro hair grower, destroyer of dandruff and cum for Itchy scalp nnd It neve- - fails to stop falling hair at once. y .. .'I'i.'.vm To he psMesSfd of a '. htf m M 'wy. ran Is tsr'o liontha' treatment dom Jails to perfect a, cur sworn testimoninfai. ur. 22026 Ollye Street, ,JH. ' . Snlil by dnigglsta. , The Texas nnd bladder traui , cures dlabta,l backs, rheumattaw. (ties of the kidney I both men and bladder troubles In el sold by your d ramie t, ' mall on receipt of 11:00. A.TEX VINOL MAKES Our store will be closed every ii ' r .n i J as per oraer or ur. narry oiai aav, w . . W-.J- WEAK WOMEN - to conserve fuel, until further riotkeJLJ Tr STRONG Please place yo'ur orders accori W. H. Higgihs, Coal! PWrlt j , I '.'! I'"J' I run-dow- ,m" CvofWlrVim . inln-s-ter- run-dow- Wc arc prcpnrintr to discontinue '(telling con and feed on credit. We nak that our customers 1 arrange to pay us as near the Spot Gash as pot slide for tlte present. Further notice Uteri . Now Is a Good Time To Treat Your Catarrh Mild weather aid treatment. I which infest your blood, and chases Don't be misled into thinking that ?bem entirely out of your system. It your Catarrh is cone. The first touch is by far the most satisfactory treat of winter weather will bring it back rnent for the disease, because it reaches down to its very roots and with all its discomforts. y for Hut this is an excellent time to gets at the cause. Write thoroughly cleanse the blood of the full information, and expert medical germs of Catarrh, and be forever advice regardinr the treatment of rid of the troublesome sprays and your own case. Take advantage of this chance Address Swift douches that can never cure you. Atlanta, , S. S. S., th; great blood purifier, Specific Co, Dept. G Ga. searches out the germs of Catarrh to-dato-da- We thank yon for your patronnge during 1917, and wisd. you a S1 t , prosperous New Year Ik" I'tH .H- -r J.H.Baughman&Co,s ucooetobatio f - ' STANFORD, KY. V ALLEN HEIATT, A.t. Manager Walnut Street Warehouse JOHN S. VAN WINKLE Secretary JESSE W. OVERSTREET.'AsrtllWr. I'eoplea lobacco WsriMSw ViV ' ,..,,, . v- - tr P MalaaaB 4daatfaHaaHaVVrlHla9afltaHaRaaHaHHalalaaK aaa&aflaKflLaaaF CTT J i WjI'T U i - i: PUnmnrv' . ,.!. .,ri. 34 aaWlU jjaaaaWWiy aK nHValaaaHkMaBka9HlaVHual aH.'.Bn .daaBBBaBBBBBBWBvaSn4V"rJBBBHBVSBiBBBSBW4xf UfgUjsKjftKKWKrmiXIm I I MUht'lj VXcM U -- WP3n"t " i ': . ' Vv IfSbILLH 11- IIKSbbBl ' . $ JSJSi- a- tijtaaaH SJbSIbbH KbH Vaja Rtl ' ''iifi JpiS TaLT'SBa?yaBlfjTTMfTOBTj flp t Tjff ' jfc B - 'P'aamMB''''')jbhbbbbbbI JbHbH aaVHaaBK Bbb u. "aiaiJfPSafiBajlBBfcaBaBWlBKn i " , ;" mi ' -- Ji&l . &' , JBBjMBt&SiMfcj HH I - tSSaj;i.v7?FBIBBBBiBMBBBBB(B i a. . . lvj"k Wl $k v. ,1. ST i.A " . -- , .iT n JLi ' Ji . ," . ' 4. . WI" aV.W aW SWiSaWK .TlaaaaVaaaiS1llaaBBlaaaaaaVk1aaaaVa. aal . "yjMo'ms. jmtiMMM '- - ' am7 iwr dl Y-'-c- ' MaaaaUHaTIVIIaaaaaaamAVVaaaaA- - '. VJST - .L nces Still Running m.l.i M IV .. T L.!;11 V ' SSaaHKalMaWmWWaaRnWlaaVr.- I' I i'JMSiA.'i' A'SlaaaaMB ' 1--L- m aaaaa . vaaaaaaaaWHAWnJflaaaaHII IJHaaaaaT n the Danville Breaks. Averages Still Soaring Growers Are Highly Pleased a. 'VUbaBBBBBl Jpf!tiiil I'Yfli-f:- . . caEiHaftflMlJaaaaaaCUaaaaai it-.- V ' - VfinlW TK Ttaaaa"JJaBeW T3WB .UuM&JUUM 'KiisJILLLLLLLLLLLLK fveuos tbO ' Vaaia&a luintaflH ' formsLaaWaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaHflll !'' . VWx VjiWW tKl We will hold auction sales every day. excepting Saturday and holidays from now on. You can real 7 : .. .:n.. ...:n u . .. ..,xu n u - .awvb nicaanvih iu (uc iargetla ll jiL.;.A? .wi,- -t !. .:. i r acaiiTaiv nriia w inc u:i,..i iiicwnwh , umb ..yva, itiftwa J9fli utactunng plants in tne woria. uur accommoaations tor Dom man and Dealt are as good as the Nil Inat (lrr nlnn . tli rtftf. nnrl nnlv wav e( mArkfilinir tnliar-.. ... ..,, ria aiialiAat tr.llai.......... c t frtI ..... wt. ... ...s... Uw... - ' v lt anwvwat,.' it ...w .w inni-no MnAcAM . . ,i . i it.' l t nave ioeen aemontiraieai in yr irginia, M il ana jouin Carolina, wnere mey nave aBeen seiim(t 'Man norm racis this plan for tfie past fifty year. Drive your wagon to the Danville market. You will always final "Woe attend to your wants, and welcome you. During the, sale we will, do our very best to get yeu tne Lugneft price for your tobacco.. All the Inrge factory buyer ). are on hand at each sale. We have experience, 1 1 1. L a! i i J uiicji Qfpsrinicnu A Iiooii nicr your uncrcaia, IuikiuuiiiK iwu ui uie C a auciieneera in ,L! or any ener ''I u inia charges for selling tobacco wjll be the same as last year. The fact that everything- else has increased It i - . VaW ditference here. t he warehouses do not buy tobacco except on sale at auctteni We do a. strictly 'eetatnakrinnntL business. Free stables and. no" re lection"' fee. Appreciating your past natronasret'we heec yeu will see veir','ilSwt ' clear to bring us your tobaccoiguaranteeing you the highest market priees, absolutely aecurate weights ansL ' i' A ' ; ball, around, square deal . .:nn t- i...i ... ... l. ... --., n -- .- a- !! -- ! - kttriffl iOE.C wv i 'i-M.lXWNTlfc3- febpes lobacco War ehqgfr UEl nMhkninnMafJIlnrkMnnal '- -?, IWU-- ,'aKiWtr-?y,.- v v'SK ,. 'iiflDHIimUMi !