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No. 6 , ,v (.v w The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, January Jl IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES HUSTONVILLE Mrs. Frank Kerr, of Shelby City, Mrs. Uriah Dunn Is some better. Frank Russell Is suffering from w.as badly burned by her clothing catching from an open grate. frosted cars. William Ellis, of Casey county, J. W. Eads is suffering very much was given two years in the pen on from rheumatism. Allen Bros, have taken rooms at the charge of detaining a woman. Representative Claude Minor, of Hotel Wcnthcrford. Ed Nunnclley has moved to Miss Pcrryvillc, has bought the business t of Harmon, Preston & Webb, of his Black Givcns' farm. Mrs. E. B. Powell has movcdr to town. Billy Stout, a Danville citizen who the Wheeler cottage. N. C. Wilder has moved to Mils haa had mental troubles for a long ' time, has finally been sent to the Bcttie Logan's property. Edgnr Miller has moved back to asylum at Lexington. Sergeant Tom Reed Coleman is the farm on the Middleburg pike. ' Bowman Myers is able to be oirt dead at Ft. Bayard, New Mexico. He again fnter a severe attack of grip. was a son of J. A. Coleman, and a Powell & Depp purchased of Wnj.-Dod- popular Somerset boy. Ed Harper, charged with killing d shoats at 14c. nine McCormack & Gann bought of "W. Mai Parkcy at Valley Oak, Pulaski county, was held over to the circuit porkers G. Cowan two I in $1,000 bond, which he gave. lGc. At a pie supper at Barbourville, All those who have promised M? bacco for the Red Cross, please bring given to raise money for the boys . L sent from Knox county to Camp Tayin. Little Miss Mary Skinner is back'! lor, an apple pie sold for $109. News comes that E. E. Kelsay, forhome after a two weeks' stay in 110-poun1500-pouil-L.OU-isvie- ll. 1.8, 1918 Tuesdays and Fridays 'Jarationfoyjwe.-BwiicotMiUo;ari'8Cfi-V.t.Tn ry to hear. Mr. J. II. Collier has not been so well for several weeks, suffering from catarrh. Miss Maymie Holman has almost had pneumonia, but is able to be at the exchange again. Miss Melsadia Chadwick has gone to Winchester to visit her sister, Mrs. Fife and see her now nephew. the building. Mrs. Robert Thompson enmo home The Federal Trade Commission has granted to three Acmricnn firms li- from Mt. Vernon this week,a but Miss visit of is still there for it censes to manufacture and sell two Tannn weeks. drugs which" heretofore have been some Mrs. James Manuel came homo controlled by enemy aliens under from Lebanon Junction Monday to Amcricnn patents. The State Tax Commission has pack their things. They will move that raised the tax assessment on tangible some time soon to scare place. about has The smallpox property of railroads in many inmerly of Yosemitc, but now a drugover 1O0 per cent., and prob- abated.of.No new cases that we have stances Mr. Wm. Thomns has moved to the gist at Burnside, suffered a stroke of ably will increase their total assess- heardvicitm hasT. Hays, who was the first left for Nebraska. Bennett Cloyd farm owned by Roy, paralysis and is in a precarious conments about $110,000,000. his famiFred McClure At the request of the War De- ly Mr. Cleaton, wheremovedhas a fine Spears. R dition. reason of continued bad weahe to By partment Chairman Chamberlain, of Clarence Dunn and family have by will be ther all rural schools in Knox counthe Senate Military Committee, in- position. They here, who missed re- rooms with Aunt Sarah Curtis deeply ty have dropped the last month of troduced a bill for the registration many friends give Kiitc nomc. up. the scholastic year. Lack of attend- Geore-Williams, of Butchertow: for military duty of all men who gret having to Stout, themGeorgetown, have become 21 years old since June hnsRev. Amos a call of the Baptist bought of B, W. Leigh a pair of worj lance was given as the reason. years to accepted ij- A sentence : of six to ten mules for $2150. 5, 1917. when the draft law went inchurch at Crab Orchard and will Dcnzel Gndberry has moved to thj rigaisnt J. R. Keeling, tried in the effect. to 11 o'clock Sunday old Cooper Hotel property now owi) Marion Circuit Court for killiptr As a means of conserving fuel preach there at JiFrank Castcel in a line fence dispute throughout the Eastern States, which morning, when it is hoped there will ed by J. W. Hoskms. a Prof. Davis moved to the prone ph Washington county in 1914. was have been vitally affected by the coal be Mr.full attendance of the members. Pate Parrish has been sworn shortage, it is announced that Feder- in as marshal of Crab Orchard, and tv that he purchased of Miss E Affirmed by the Court of Appeals. Judge Archie Davis, whose term al Fuel Administrators have recom- Mr. James Jones is deputy. This genin Dunn on Danville .avenue. Erwin Pevton. Georirc Brown an as police judge of Somerset ended mended that President Wilson de- moans a great deal for our city's .list, and clare Monday a legal holiday through- welfare in the coming year and ev- John A. Magill went to Danvill !Dec.days was fined S50 in hisgiven on in jail for having out this territory for the next eight ery one is well pleased with the se- Monday to testify in some case. 48 pint bottles of whisky. He Master Samuel Owens, of McKir or ten weeks. court. to the At the request of the Kentucky lection. Burgin went to Campbells- - nev. has been visiting his his grand. I ppealed his case Muir, circuit South- THE JUDGE DOING HIS DUTY Dr. Encrinecr Hub of the Judge Charles A. Hardin, one of Traction & Terminal Company, an villc Tuesday to unload his furniture parents, Mr. and Mrs Samuel Owenn, ern Railway, with headquarters at the finest circuit judges in Kentucky, Kcv. lirandenburg, pastor oi in ordinance was introduced in the which has been shipped there. The 'Danville, has run sufficicntFrankfort General Council to permit doctor is one of Kentucky's best den- Baptist church here for the past yea fiy far to encircle an engine 300 times has made, on the whole, a splendid the earth hns resigned and will go to Fords fares. The comrecord during the time he has been it to charge good fortune never has pany asserts that it is losing 2G tists, and will be missed bv many vine, iv v. i and have had the passenger or other holding this important and responsi citiand as an enterprising had a Dr. Weildlc has rented the Josiiff. to ble position in this circuit, and at no tents on every dollar spent in opera- patients be missed by the time has he shown more clearly that tion of the local line and would cith- zen will James Buchanan town. baby Bishop property and has shaken thee person injured. and Mrs. er have to increase fares or cut out left for Louisville Saturday to be dust off his feet at Moreland and i K. OF P. OFFICERS INSTALLED he intends to, uphold the law than here to stav. when he ordered arrested six wit two of its three cars. Representative McCormick, of Illi- with Mr. Buchanan, who is in busiAt a splendidly attended meeting to appear in cases who juouu. tne isiucy muiu r.usL-r-, ness there. They will return here in of wm. West End, sold a pair of two. of Diadem Lodge No. 81, Thursday nesses they failed summoned to give the nois, backed up by letters from Food were where March for a few days' stav before year-ol- d mare mules to Monte Foxv night, the following officers were in- testimony. The witnesses were Georre Administrator Hoover, declared pri- returning to their home in Montana. . Shelby Zi stalled for the ensuing year: G. H. UUUV'IIU. ority orders had discriminated against a voung son of Ul Carroll R. iUl OUOOhas returned td, Masters. C. C: Harry H. Carter. V. Simpson and Lucien D,unn, of Guilford Allen Citv, and Will Lunsford. of Danville, corn to such an extent that a large Mr. Charlie Garner, and Perry White Garner part of the nation's bumper crop of write that they arc in the trenches Akron. O.. after a visit to relatives, C. ; Ed Davis, Prelate; J. L. Beazlev. nnd Ed Lee Moore, colored. Milton He holds a eood position with M. of A.; W. W. Saunders, K. of R. Hawkins, colored, and Rose Hawkins, 1917 is threatened with destruction. in France. Both boys volunteered here. The immediate appointment of a rail- from here and are quite young. Per- the Goodrich Rubber Co., of thai? S. and M. of F.; S. T. Harris, M. of colored, all of Danville. They were E.; Robert Lewis. I. G.: Ed Scott, cited by Judge Hardin for contempt road executive experienced in hand- ry White has a grandmother, Mrs. place. James Yowell bought of George" O. G.; J. S. Bauchman, W. H. Hip-gi- of court, and warrants were issued ling corn shipments is urged to Payne, who lives here and to whom Tucker a bunch of and C. E. Tate, trustees. Each and handed over to our recently in- all his time to the movement he writes. at $14; two nice fat steers,? member present promised to do all sinUed sheriff. Maurice i'tiiris. II, of the crop. Death very often comes as a liber- weighing 500 pounds at 8c and 50 his power to arouse new interest in who went and brought the prisoners The Chamberlain Bill proposing a guise mnje its reat order and indications point before court and they were fined for Secretary of Munitions will be ator and in this der.th of Mrs. Mil- head of fat hogs at 815: in the very interesting meeting for contempt, as above stated. These are W. H. Lair's blood hounds wert amended before it reaches the Sen- dred Stigall. of this place, who for Thursday night. Every member the first arrests made by our new ate for consideration, to such an ex- many months was a great sufferer. iciuiuiuuuu iui iiicauiiv iiiuijiuik. u ed to be present. sheriff, but .he h&v&'jed., the .matter tent that it is indicated the Senate She was a most excellent womnn. J. Cummins' barn in Rockcastle? Military Committee will push legisla- countywos burned monnny nignt, &&, uise u veierun. ta previously jiicuiui,-csad track MRS. LOWNDES RESIGNS was taken and earned we now reiterate that Mr. Farris that she is no more. She wns a de- to the and trail suspicion rested. ptfes-iroad where a the form of an administrator voted member of the Christian The resignation of Mrs. Richard will make one of the best sheriffs this with broad powers under tne rresi-de- church and lived up to its teachings The parties are said to have been in Tasker Lowndes, of Danville, as pres- county has ever had. Advocate. a law suit over the property at three ident of the Kentucky Federation of instead of creating the new deends a when partment and Cabinet officer to nnd there isdeath need for well spent different times and that Cummins Women's Clubs was accepted at the CANDIDATE FOR COMMISSIONER grief. Her had won the suit every time and this no l'fe, which President Wilson and SecreNews comes from Stroud, Lincoln devoted (laughter and sons have a barn was burned on the night after meeting of the Executive Board of tary Baker object. county, Oklahoma, that Louis Whitt, legacy left them of a loval Christian the decision. Tracks were taken from the organization held at The Proposed laws, approved by Food Wednesday. The who was born in this county and livLouisville, early lives Administrator Hoover, arc before mother who directed theirthem useful the barn and followed to a neighbors board members in accepting the ed here until some 10 years ago, is a channels that made Congress looking to stricter economy into resignation passed a resolution ask- candidate for commissioner of his may they continue not a great way off. the world in food by the American people. The to remember and precepts and emuing that Mrs. Lowndes retain the ti- county, and if his friends here could measures supplemental to the pres- to her life asher grow older. They DR. W. B. O'BANNON AT HOME tle until the annual 'convention and vote in the race he would win by they late coun-ty"- s Dr. W. B. O'Bannon, Lincoln ent food control act would make appointed Mrs. Lafon Riker, of thousands. Mr. Whitt is a s in of the blessed assurance she has Representative, arrived home mandatory instead of voluntary the have therest and her good works folas acting president until late Calvin Whitt. and like nim is an entered from Frankfort last riight. He says that time. observance of wheatless and meatless low her. excellent man. He started out as a thincs are moving along nicely and davs and other economies necessary brakeman and then fireman for tho that America mav help sustain her HARLAN DRAFTS BUDGET BIIiL that the temperance people need have INFORMATION ABOUT SACHS L. & N but after servii".r that cor Rigid control of pubdry bill being Circuit Clerk Marshall C. Newland noration for a dozen years he went to What is regarded in administra- no fear about a bone n lic eating houses which handle GO per tion circles as one of the most im- passed. The bill presented by J. had a message the other day asking farming. During his servea w'th the cent, of the nation's food supply is portant bills to be introduced in the Ballard, of Garrard, which by for information concerning John railroad he was never discharged nor the way is very much like the Oliver especially emphasized. Gennral Assembly at this session is bill presented two years ago, has Sachs, who the wire said used to live even suspended and the company near Ottenhcim. The telegram was gave him up with much regret This placed be- been reported favorably bv the ConWEAK KIDNEYS MAKE WEAK the budget measure to be and fore the Senate by Senator Jay W. stitutional Amendments Committee, sent from J. Speed Smith, of Seattle, paper hopes he will win his raco peoBODIES Harlan, of Boylu countv, and which of which the doctor is chairman. Wash., and no intimation was given is certain he would do so if tho as to what Sachs was wanted for. ple of Lincoln county, Oklahomi, is believed will meet with the approvKidney Diseases Cause Many Aclics al of a majority of both Democrats There are some changes in the bill, Mr. Newland was unable to give tho knew him as well as those of Lincoln but they are all the more county, Kentucky, do. And Ills Of Stanford People and Republicans in both branches of to the temperance cause. favorable desired information. To the Legislature. The bill provides for certain that there would be no make misHOUSE A GOOD COLORED MAN DEAD As one weak link weakens a chain, a Commission to be composed of the KEEPING DISORDERLY Rinda Baughman, colored, was so may weak kidneys weaken the Governor, the Auditor nnd the Chair- understanding nor fight over the bill, George Owsley, one of tho best whole body and hasten the final man of the State Tax Commission, to Dr. O'Bannon called Repiesentative arrested by Chief of Police George and most industrious colored men in Waggoner, of Scott, who is author T. Wood on the charge of keening a bri'uking-dowhave supervision over the distributhe county, died on J. C. Eubanks' Overwork, strains, colds and other tion of all money to be appropriated of another bill of similar character disorderly house and brought before farm near Hubble, Tuesday afterconsultation, and he expressed City Judge R. L. Davison, who gave causes injure the kidneys, and gen- for each department of the State in noon after a brief illness of double erally when their activity is lessened Government and for each board hav- himself as being thoroughly satisfied her bail in $100 until this afternoon, pneumonia. He is survived by his theiwhole body suffers. ing supervision over the State's nennl with the bill as it will be reported with George W. Carter on her bond. wife and six children, including the The trial is set for 1:30, when a wife of George Thomas Reed, the Aches and pains and languor and and charitable institutions. Under from the committee. stubbornly fought case may be ex- Interior Journal's right hand bower. urinarv ills frequently come, and the terms of the tentative draft of tendency the bill the head of each department HEAD AND NOSTRILS pected. there is an The burial occurred in the burying STUFFED FROM COLD towards dropsy, gravel or fatal and each State Board shall make a re ground nenr the homj Thursday afWhen the kidneys port in writing to the commission Well In Morning ternoon. Owsley had been working Croup At Midnight Hright's disease. "Pane's Cold Compound" Ends A ago one of my pa- for Mr. Eubanks for 33 years and he "A few nights fail there is no real help for the suf- not later than November 1, every Cold Or Grippe In trons had a small child taken with savs ho was ono of the most honorferer except kidnev help. two years indicating the amount of Few Hours croup about midnight." writes M. T. able, industrious and best colored Doan's Kidney Pills act directly on the appropriation likely to be requirthe kidnevs. Stanford testimony is ed to operate the department for the Your cold will break and nil grippe Davis, Bearsville, W. Va. 'They came men ho has ever known. The death proof of their effectiveness. ensuing two years, in order that the misery end after taking a dose of to my store and got a bottle of Fo- of such a man is a loss to any comTar. Before mornMrs. E. J. Coolev, Whitley Ave., Commission can determine the "Pape's Cold Compound" every two ley's Honey and entirely recovered." munity. ing the child had Stanford, says: "Mv kidnevs wen amount of the appropriation to ask hours until three doses nre taken. Use only Foley's for coughs, colds, SOLD HIS MILK ROUTE "BIZ" nosout of order and I felt run down and of the General Assembly. It promptly opens clogged-utired out. I had dull pains in mv back trils and air passages in the head, croup and grip. Sold Evcryewhere. Mr. John B. Camenisch, who hns and across my loins. The action of STANFORD LADY stops nasty discharge or nose runbeen delivering milk to Stanford paCROSS NOTES RED my kidnevs was irregular. I read of DOING HER BIT ning, relieves sick headache, dullreadThe Red Cross rooms will be open trons longer than some of the Doan's Kidnev Pills and bought some "More than a vear ago I took a ness, feverishness, sore throat, sneezers of the Interior Journal can reeverv Saturday afternoon from one member, has sold his bottles, good at the New Stanford Drug Co. This course of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy ing, soreness and stiffness. medicine soon put my kidneys in for trail stones, severe colic and stom- Don't stay stuffed up! Quit blowing till five o'clock at which time un- will, etc., to Hugh Baker, tho n good order nnd relieved the symp- nch trouble and hnve been entirely nnd snuffling! Ease your throbbing made garments will be handed out colored man who also has been toms of kidney trouble." well ever since. I hnve recommended head nothing else in the world giv- and finished ones received. Volun- selling milk in Stanford for quite a Price fiOc. at all dealers. Don't it to many other stomach sufferer", es such prompt relief as "Pape's Cold teers in sewing and cutting aro ur- while, The transfer will be made simplv ask for a kidney remcuy as I felt it was my duty to tell them Compound," which costs only a few gently needed to "do their bit" in 1st. Mr. Camenisch will not get Doan's Kidney Pills the same just how much good it has done me." cents at any drug store. It acts with- this work. Mrs. W. K. Wnrnej, Feb. Stanford, we are glad to state, leave Chairman. Cooley had. that Mrs. It is a simple, harmless preparation out assistance, tastes nice, and causes to reside Co.,Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. It that removes the catarrhal mucus no inconvenience, Accept no substi- STORAGE BATTERY STATION and will not only continue linm Vinf will Vnnn Vila nnlnnriid lot of it Mr. L. Briscoe Conn, the from the intestinal tract and nllays tute. Jerseys and dispose of the butterfat EXEMPTION REFUSED the inflammation which causes pracinstall- from them to creameries, rememoer-inDanville auto man, has Samuel Horowitz, who wanted an tically all stomach, liver and intestin- WILL ENFORCE THE LEVER ACT of course the one in Stanford. exemption from militnry service up- al ailments, including appendicitis. Wiley B. Bryan, State Fuel Ad- ed a storage battery station for tho on the ground that he is a vegetarian, One dose will convince or money re- ministrator, sends W. M. Bright, benefit of his many customers. Ho is HAD THE GRIP THREE WEEKS said that the officials of his local funded. Lincoln Pharmacy and The Lincoln County Fuel Administrator, not only prepared to take care of old With Jnnuary comes lagrippe, linAdminboard had told him that ho wouldn't Penny Drug Store. it a copy of the order issued by the use and frozen batteries, but sells new gering colds seem to settle in the ones as well. See his advertisement have to "eat the Germans," but Garfield, concerning istrator system, causing one to ache all over, ' "fight them." Isaac T. Flatto. chair-ma- n GETS GOOD RESULTS QUICKLY of fupl on certain days, the keeping next issue. feel feverish and chilly, tired, heavy to which hid of the committee Theso few lines from J. E. Haynes. open of certain business enterprises drooping. Mrs. Lizzie Tylcs, referred, found this an- McAlester, Okla., deservo careful for the next 10 Mondays, etc., and GOT A "MARRIAGE GUIDE" and appeal was Ky., writes : "My daughter A Casey county young man sent swer of the local officials quite fair reading by every ono who values says that the Lever Act will ho invoklagrippe for three weeks, I gave affirm, good health: "I find no medicine ed to punnish all violators of tho or- $3 to a New York firm for a "Mar- had Foley's Honey and Tar and now and recommended that it be her cd. New York Sun. which acts so mildly and quickly with der. Mr. Bright is also asked to report riage Guide" which he read about in she Is all right." Sold Everywhere. good results as Foley Cathartic Tab- promptly any voilations, so that tho an advertisement. In due time a 15c Our Jitney Offer This And Sc. lets. They empty the stomach and Department of Justice may be at Bible came to him with these words: CARD OF THANKS Don't miss this. Cut this slip, en- bowels, giving all of the digestive or- once called to it There is an enor- "Thero is no better guide for marWo wish to thank all those dear close with five cents to Foley & Co., gans a healthy action." Sold Every- mous fine for failure to comply with ried life than this book." friends who so lovingly ministered to 2885 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, III., where. the order Administrator Garfield has our mother, Mrs. Mildred Stigall, writing your name and address clearissued and Lincoln county people TWO CASES OF SMALL-PODr. J. G. Carpenter informs this during her last illness. Especially do ly. You will receive in return a trial W. D. ANDERSON DEAD Garfield says. will at once do as Mr. paper that Jim Mack, the colored we thank Mrs. John Smith, who was W. D. Anderson, aged 55, died in packuge containing Foley's Honey the first to. come to her and so pa MY STORE will be closed from Crab Orchard barber, is a small-po- x & Tar Compound, for coughs, colds, the East End first of the week and Victim, as is R. H. Dillinger, a tenant tiently waited on her to tho last. May croup. Folev Kidnev Pills and was buried Wednesday. He is sur- frlonday at noon until Tuesday and of Fuel Administrator, G. on Lindsay Rankin's farm on Rush' a loving Father reward them as He vived by his wife and several Foley Cathartic Tablets. Sold only can. Her Children. , H. Farris. It' Branch. The President has reappointed Dick Schmidt as postmaster of Louisville and J. W. King postmaster of Winchester. The Frankfort Distillery, one of the largest in Kentucky, is the latest to be sold to contractors who will wreck it for the material there is in THE COUNTRY OVER Alfred Monroe, aged 71, is dead in Clark county. William K. Vnnderbilt has contri-butc- d $250,000 to assist wounded needy Italians in Rome. J. T. Pendcrson, aged 79, is dead at Everett, this State. He was the father of 21 children, 12 of whom ford. CRAB ORCHARD Mrs. Jamie Carpenter has been visiting friends and relatives in StanCin- j; Mrs. Bragg Thompson writes she is delighted with her trip to that cinnati. Mrs. Ada King is not so well as she has been, her friends will be sor- are living. p - pos-essi- A BEAUTIFUL RECEPTION Mrs. T. W. Jones was host at a reception on Tuesday afternoon, complimentary to Mrs. Thomas Phillips nee Miss Anne D. McRdbcrts. It has been many moons sinco society folk of Stanford have attended a more perfectly appointed affair and fortunate indeed were those who wero present. Tho pretty home wns a veritable "fairy palace." The decorations throughout the house were pink carnations and garlanJs of smilax, intertwined with pink tulle, studded here and there with wax tapers and electric lights. The center of the dining table .contained a large flat heart of pink carnations, narcissus and smilax: festoons of smilnx and pinks were suspended from the chandelier to the four corners of the table. Misses Kate Davis Raney and Mary Early dispensed most delicious punch in the library. Receiving with the gracious host were Mrs. Thomas Phillips and Mrs. Hays Foster, each handsomely gowned, the bride carrying an arm bouquet of pink roses. Alwavs of an engaging personality Mrs. Phillips was never more attractive than on this occasion. Tho dainty refreshments from Benedicts, consisted of pink and white individual ices, heart shaped cakes decorated with bows of pink candy ribbon and mints in pink" and white roses. This was served by maidens fair in charming evening gowns which added much to the beauty of tho scene. The souvenirs were hearts decorated with Dan Cupid, with drawn bow searching for some unsuspecting maiden's heart. An orchestra discoursed sweet music throughout the afternoon. One was impressed with the complete, matchless beauty of it all and felt all had been done incomparably well. FUEL ORDER IS NOW IN EFFECT Fuel Garfield's Administrator drastic order restricting the use of fuel, effective last midnight, was promulgated shortly before o'clock within a few minutes after the Senate had adopted a resolution asking that tho order be postponed for five days. When the Senate clerk nrriv-c- d with the Hitchcock resolution he was told that the resolution would be given careful consideration, but that the order already was issued and would go into effect. Although the order was made public almost simultaneously with the announcement of the vote in the Senate, it had been signed and prepared for publication twenty minutes before. Virtually no substantial changes were made in the order, though some war industries specially designated will be exempted from the provision closing manufacturing plants for five days beginning today and from Monday holidays during the next ten weeks. Fuel Administrator Garfield, in explaining his order that all industry cease for five days, declared tens of thousands of tons of vital necessities for American soldiers overseas and the Allies were loaded on ships tied up in Atlantic ports because their bunkers are empty of coal. The coal to send them on their way is waiting behind the congested freight that has jammed all terminals, has ajmmed all terminals. The Louisville Board of Trade yesterday voted unanimously to support the Government in the order of Fuel Administrator Garfield to close! inperiod and on dustries for a Monday of each week for ten weeks. (5 five-da- y six-ce- nt . the Associated Charities Committee, says that the article printed in Tuesday's paper asking for funds had not only the desired effect but very quick results, several persons having come direct to the Lincoln County National Bank and made donations to the good fund. Others nre again invited to help swell the amount. The winter has been and yet is an unusually severe one and there are many poor people in our midst who are in dire need of food, fuel and clothing. If you can help, it would be a mighty good deed to do so and do it now and thus relieve suffering humanity. JAMES W. FOX DEAD J. S. Hocker received a wire from Horace Fox at Big Stone Gap, Va., Wednesday stating that his brother, Mr. James W. Fox, was dead and that his burial would take place at Paris Thursday. Mr. Fox. who was a director of the Boreing Land Co., which has Stanford as its headquarters, made frequent trips to this place" and'he" has a number of friends here who greatly regret his taking away. He was born in Bourbon county, but during his later years ho spent his time at Big Stone Gap nnd in New York Citv. He was a half brother of John W. Fox, the author. Mr. DR. O'BANNON A BUSY MAN HAD THE DESIRED EFFECT Mr. Welch Rochester, treasurer of f de-vp- tc ns 100-nou- fat-shoat- s 200-nou- , d. T: nt Seel-bac- h, Har-rodsbu- Ho-ga- Besides being ranking member of the rules committee of the House at Frankfort. Dr. W. B. O'Bannon, Lincoln county's Representative, was made chairman of the committee on Constitutional Amendments and a member of the following committees: e Agriculture, Assignments of Rooms, Public Health. Revenue nnd Taxation. State Capital and Tuberculosis. The doctor has the distinction of being on not only the most important committees but is a member of more of the committees than any other Representative. Com-mite- n. WILL CONTINUE AS P. M. The name of Miss Cora Singleton has been sent to the Senate by President Wilson, on the recommendation of Congressman Harvey Helm, as of this city, for postmaster of Waynesburg. Miss Singleton has made the capital of the South End a model official and her many friends nre delighted to know that she will serve them in the same capacity for another four years. She is a daughter of that splendid old democrat, "Hickory Bill" Singleton. SELLS I. O. O. F. BUILDING Mr. J. W. Acey, who bought the I. O. O. F. ubilding. more recently owned by the State Bank, about a month neo,. sold it Thursday to Mr. W B. Hill. He paid $10,000 for it and Mr. Hill is snid to have gone him a counlo of thousand better for it. JPr Hill nlso pays for what improvements that have been made in tearing out tho bank vault, etc. ever-increasi- p well-know- Foster-Milbur- n te g her bladder and had doctored for several months without relief, when Foley Kidney Pills were recommended and she commenced using them and got relief. They relieve back ache, rheumatic pains, stiff, swollen joints and kidney trouble. Sold Everywhere. $800 AND 400 DAYS IN JAIL Tho Mt. Vernon Signal says that Hobart McClure, of that place, was fined $800 and clven 400 days in Jail for selling and having in his possession for sale, whisky. It looks like that dose should tench tho man name a lesson with tho hat he should not soon forgot. vice-preside- nt HER TROUBLE IS GONE Mrs. Thomas H. iJavIs, Montgomery, Ind., says she had trouble with IJen-dcrso- n, A COUSIN has been informed of the death at Nashville of her cousin, Mrs. James Grundy. Mrs. Grundy was Mis.i Mat-ti- e Foglo and she lived in her early life at Lebanon. MONEY FOR SCHOOL TEACHERS If the teachers will call on Supt. Garland Singleton they can get their OUR store will be closed at noon each Monday, in order to save fuel. T. D. Newland & Son. lp. Mrs. H. J. McRoberts, of this city. OF MRS. McROBERTS X January money. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, January 18, 1918 The Interior Journal E. C. Walton and J. H. WrtfM 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" orduroy Suits For Men and Boys CRAB ORCHARD, w. E. PERKINS KENTUCKY nt Williamsburg and secures its publication in the Congressional Record. Then he has thousands upon thousands of it printed nt the expense of the government and londs the overcrowded mails with it to his constituency under his frank, thereby making the government pay hundreds of dollnrs for whn nnlv concerns the pardoned assassin suspect. He accuses the judge of ignorance and snys it incapacitates him from serving in Congress find then animadverts on the folly of putting new nnd untried men in the halls of national legislation. Powers speaks of himself ns an old and experienced member, but if he has done any thing to warrant the large salary he draws, the records do not show it. The lllh district is seriously handicapped by such u representative and it Is plena-into note that men like Chnrlcy Finley and other supporters of Pow ers are, realizing tnc luuiiiy oi Keening him in Congress and will join in the effort to relegate him to the rear, where he should always hnve remained. He is a perfect figure head in Congress, without standing nnd without influence, and his people have paid dearly for gratifying u sentiment. In view of the fact that II. Boyce Tnylor, moderator of tho General Association of Haptists, is preaching and writing against the Red Cross and the Y. M. C. A., which organizations are doing so much for the relief of suffering during the terrihle war tht has been forced upon us, the First Baptist church at Richmond has adopted resolutions severely condemning the wolf in sheep's clothing and 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 and 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, "uis action insults. We commend the course of the Richmond church to nil other churches so that the unpatriotic and treasonable course of this man may be brought into the contempt it so richly deserves. This is no time for the exploitation of such views as those shepentertained by this herd of the church and there is no olace outside of Germany for such'as tr "Leave to print" speeches thnt were nuVcr delivered in Congress is fearfully nbusctl by fellows like Caleb Powers, who take ndvnntngc .of it for private ends. For instance ho replies to the speech of Judge Rob-sio- n (TBRyAN I 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. SI wmm WMm I 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. Remember the blizzards are coming. Heavy overcoats, raincoats and slickers. McRoberts,Bailey&Rupley MAIN STREET G & STANFORD, KY. ...THE ooe Fayette official. mks r ehouse .' he. HERE AND THERE Only eight British merchantmen were sunk by mines or submarines last week. These figures, given out by the British Admiralty in its weekly statement of shipping losses, shows a great decrease in the number of vessels sent to the bottom, as compared with the record for the two previous weeks, in each of which the aggregate was twenty-onBeginning today, all manufacturing plants, with a few exceptions, in States east of the Mississippi River, and in Minnesota and Louisiana, will be shut down for a period of five days, and on the nine following Mondays factories and business houses, with some exceptions, and all amusements, in the designated territories, will be closed, as the result of an order issued by the Fuel Administration, the object being to relieve the fuel famine brought about primarily by weather conditions, resulting in a of many lines of railroads. e. tie-u- p WHAT NEIGHBORS-I- N KENTUCKY Say About a New Discovery. Many local people am Kind to testify to the good results obtained from Amirlc, the discovery of Doctor I'lomi of tlio Invalldh' Hotel, Buffalo, N. V., for Kidney and blsuliler disorder"., backache, rheumatism and all uric acid troubles. This is what Jilts. M. .1. Bkiimvi:i.i. of Cox's Creek, Ivy., says: "I want to tell all suffering humanity what a help Anuric lias boon to inn. Beforo taking it I felt weak and dizzy, and did not feel like In tr perform duties. my 1 household packages of tlin tablets and feel liko a different person. I am so well pleased to buy Liberty Bonds, even though thev were sold in denominations ns small as $50. "War Saving StampdjW A is a aevice ior cnaonng everyuoo;, money to the government to Every winter Health Boards andlend his good return from it. They get a warn against this weakening can be bought at any postofficc or $4.12 this month and Jan. 1, disease which often strikes bank atdraw .$5, which is four ner 1923, those who are least prepared cent, compounded periodically. The government is behind to resist it You should strengthen credit of the making the these stamps, yourself against grippe by talcing of investments. If at them time best any the purchaser should need the money he can get it refunded at the Dostoffice of registry by giving ten days' notice. War Saving Stamps give all of us a chance to IicId the government and at the same time lay up something for a rainy day. Investigate the proposition and help with vour money, while thousands of the flowwhich is the cream of cod liver oil, er of the earth are helping with their, refined, purified and so skilfully lives. prepared that it enriches the blood In these days when so many murstreams, creates reserve strength derers go unwhipt of pustice, it is in read of the and fortifies the lungs and throat reassuring to broker, who hangitur his killed Boston of a Don't delay It may mean much. wife. Massachusetts, it will be seen, sticks to the gibbet for murderer? and takes no stock in the Use SCOTT'S humane method of puttinc them out of by the electric route. No humanitarian concern should be wasted on Refuse those who take life, especially with A great many people were not able Goes "Over the Top" Read the records of our sales. They are not only enlightening, but Grippe Epidemic ?com 'EMULSION' LAST WEEK'S SALES At the Fayette, 808,035 lbs. $230,291.87, Ave. $28.50. The Record The Balance of the Market 2,762,590 lbs. $74 ,565.7 1 1 , Average $26.84. SEASON'S SALES At Fayette, 1,949,880 lbs. $548,629.20, Ave. $28.14. The Record The Balance of the Market $27.17. High Break for the Season, The Fayette, December 3, 103,010 lbs., Average $33.30 The Record. High Floor last week, The Fayette, Jan. 9, 108,995 lbs. Average, $31.61 TTie Record. .High Crop average for the Season, The Fayette, Ferguson & 7390 lbs. $43.11 The Record. Brom-me- l, 7,999, 40 lbs. $2, 73,384.32, Average 1 1 Substitutes J. Scott & Down, HloomCeld. N. VMS the r. have takon two with 1 the results my that want all friends who havo backache or troublo kidneys to know about this with their wonderful medicine." When the kldunys are weak or diseased, these natural (liters do not eleauso the blood siilliulently. and tho poisons aro carried to all parts of the body. There follow depression, aches and pain", heaviness, drowsiness, Irritability, headaches, chilliness and rheumatism. In some people there are sharp pains in tho luck and loins, distressing bladder disorders and sometimes obstlnato dropsy. Tho uric acid sometimes forms Into gravel or kidney stones. When tho uric acid affects the tissues, muscles and Joints, it causes lumbago, rheumatism, gout or sciatica. This Is the time to try Anuric, double strength, the discovery of Doctor Pierce, for kidney trouble and pains In back and all over ImhIv! Wrlto Doctor Pierce, Invalids' Motel. Bullalo, N. V., and send 10c. for a largo trial package this will prove to you that Anuric is tunny times moro potent than lithia and eliminates tho uric acid from tho system as hot water molts biigar or ask your druggist who for u 00 cent bottle The Kailroad Administration took stops looking to moving a number of machinists and other skilled railroad worker to tho East from Western roads until the overburdened Eastern lines can make delayed repairs to locomotives and freight cars which now cannot bo operated. This notion is contemplated at once to meet the nhorUige of skilled railroad labor in the East. A lively little spat As on between Owen Mclntyre, of the Danville Advocate, and Shelton M. Saufley, of the Richmond Register. The former is espousing the cause of Gov. Stanley and the latter that of Senator Beckham and the cutting and amusing things they are saying about each other would make a cat cachinnate. But for the distance we would fear that pistols and coffee for two might be ordered, but as the weather is cold and snow deep, we are praying that they'll not get to each other. Democrats should dwell together in unity and conserve their ammunition for the common enemy the republi can party. There is no race von be tween the Governor nnd the Senator nnd probably there never will be. At any rate, let us suggest that sufficient until the day is the evil thereof. ed gallows is good enough for them. The old fashion The Richmond opera house sustained damage estimated at $3;000 by a fire which followed the ignition of a picture film. Dr. Edwards, formerly of Madison county, died nt his home in Corbin first of thcweek. Want200Farms To Sell Despite the brevity of the following note from a boy now in Frnnce, it will be as authentic and will go far toward dispelling the fears of certain girls who were left behind. "These French girls who are supposed to be pretty, haven't got anything on the girls at home." With only fifteen members of the Legislature "ferninst" prohibition, ns shoown in the vote on the national amendment, it looks like the pros nre strong enough to put the question out of the way now and get down to business that will redound to the interest of the State. Administrator Garfield's order closing stores, theatres, factories, offices, saloons nnd other places on Mondays for ten weeks, will conserve a big lot of coal, but that it will cause a great inconvenience, none will gainsay. An Ohio man turned his wages over to his wife every Saturday night for a period of twentv-fivyears, nnd then she eloped with another man. And yet there nre some people who would nsk us believe that woman is tho weaker vessel. e 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. A news item informs us that women's dress styles for this year will effect a 25 per cent, saving in ms'tor-ia- l. Wonder which end tho dear tilings will economize nt this time? BOTH BLUE GRASS Somerset has a man named ChesAND KNOB FARMS ter Kaiser. Ho should bo permitted to change his surname to some other Let me know by letter or card and not so suggestive without a special I will come and litt and tell your act of the Legislature. farm for you. I have a lot of Pros, pective Buyer now and it if no WAS FEELING ALL RUN DOWN Louis Buckner, Somerset, Vs., trouble for me to tell your farm for you. Will litt farms anywhere with- writes: "I was feeling nil run down; tired, with pains in my back. After in 50 miles of Waynesburg. taking Foley Kidney Pills I felt like a new man." Backache, rheumatic fiains, stiff joints, sore muscles, bladand der ailments yield quickly to this II WAYNESBURC, KY. remedy. Sold Everywhere. The Fayette Tobacco Warehouse Company I.NCOltl'OKATLU LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY "TRY TO GET IN" . Monroe Thompson sleep-distrubin- g time-trie- d The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, January 18, 1918 WITH THE CHURCHES Miss Jcnn Paxton spent several days of this week in Louivillc. Presbyterian Church, Sunday Jan. Miss Bcttic Wnlter, who has been 20 Sunday School nt 9:45; Mornquite ill with pneumonia, is some bet- ing service nt 11. Sermon by pastor; Col. W. J. Sparks, of Mt. Vernon. was on this morning's train bound for Louisville. Dr. M. C. Heath, of Richmond, was here this week with his daughter, MrR. A. II. Severance. Mr. R. G. Brntton, of Hubble, went to Louisville Wednesday to make a brief visit to his daughter there. 0. G. Spcake, of St. John, Knnsns. is in this section mingling with old friends who arc glad to see him. Messrs. W. P. Grimes, Jr., W. A. Carson, Jr., nnd Ed Bradv attendee' ........ n R R R 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 riches and happiness continue to increase, and may they remember to deposit their money in the above named Bank which will aid them to make the New Year the j)r Caldwell's The Perfect " ter. the dance at Lebanon Wednesday night. Mr. B. D. Carter wns up from Mitchellsburg Thursdny. He said that his wife, who had been ill since last Friday, was somewhat improved. Editor Joseph E. Robinson, or Record, was a caller the at this office Thursday. He was over here looking after some legal busi Lnnr-nste- o'clock. Methodist Sunday School and prenching service will be held in the court-hous- e Sundny morning 9:30 and 10:15. If the weather is severe the county court room on first flooi will be used as Inst Sunday. Christian Church Sunday School 10 A. M., It. M. Blackerby, Supl.; Lord's Supper nnd Morning sermon, 11 A. M.; Christian Endeavor, 0:30 P. M. The union service will be hold with this church nt 7 o'clock, tne weather permitting. Dr. M. D. Early will preach the sermon. Tho Sundny School of the First Baptist church nt Winchester has eight members who arc doing service in tho nrmy nnd nnvy. Lost Sunday a service ling with eight btars on 'it was presented to the school nnd it was placed in a conspicuous place in the Sunday school rooms. 7 at the Christian church nt C. E. Meeting nt 0:30; union service Syrup Pepsin Lcxcfve is an ideal remedy for constipation. It is a combination of B m m m tr R 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 Drujr Stores Everywhere n best of their lives. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Mrs. E. L. Reinhart, who has been ill for some weeks, is convalescing. Isaac Salem, of the Bargain Store, has been in Louisville this week. Mrs. W. C. Roberts, of Gum Sulphur, hns been visiting Mrs. Emmctt Cabell. 2 o'clock. Corn Pain Stopped Quick Corns lift Right Off With "Geta-It- " Messed relief from corn pains la .simple aa A 1! C with "Octs-It.- " When you'vo been limping around for days trvliiK to Kt away from g a corn or bumpy callus, and everything you'vo tried nab heart-drillin- with Mrs. The Beulah-Walk- J. eicrle will moot C. Kubanks, Jan 10, at or day night last and continued several days, was the worst he has ever known, except one in 1801!, and that did not beat the one of a few days ago very much. Eld. J. Q. Montgomery and attractive daughter. Miss Bessie, left last week to visit Bro. Montgomery's son, Mr. George Montgomery at BrunsMr. Hugh Noe went to Louisville wick, Ga. Mr. E. L. Gadberry. of morning. Waynesburg. and sister, Miss Baiinie Wednesday B. Mrs. J. the of Yosemite, weiv in town Kentucky War Paxton attendedLouisTarter, Conference in Friday. Liberty Newi ville this week. The Richmond Register says that Mrs. Sanford M. Allen, of Millers-burIMr. W. P. Kincaid, of this city, was is with her parents, Mr. and there the other day en route to Cin- Mrs. E. P. Woods. to sell 15 hogsheads of tocinnati James W. Williams, of'Knob Lick, bacco. He has bought lots of tobac- is very ill with pneumonia, and his co in Lincoln, Bovle, Garrard and many friends are uneasy about him. other counties, and we are glad to Mr. Walter Forsythe, who ispnnt say has done well with his purchases. several weeks with the homef'Mks Mayor Florence received a card here, left Wednesday for his work at from Hon. W. H. Shanks, who with Cleveland. O. today for i . Mrs. ... week - ago .. his wife, left a ... .. . ...... .; r r Ollio Scott,' who came to snend White Springs, r la. He said tnat nis the holidays with her sister, Mrs. E. train finally arrived, but was 30 hours ,, Reinhart, was taken ill and is just late. For 24 hours on the tnn they able to be up again were not able to get anything hardly Mrs. Carl Ramsey, of Louisville, to eat and the train was so cold that is the guest of Miss Elizabeth it was really uncomfortable. To add Mrs. Ramsey was Miss Frank to thoir discomfort, their trunk had Waller, a member of the Graded not arrived and they Jiad not been School faculty last year. able to get trace of it. Evidently Mr. Dr. E. J. Brown, who was in Louand Mrs. Shanks are not having a isville the first of the week, had the trip thistime. opportunity of seeing some of the thoroughly enjoyable local youngmcn who are at Camp Taylor, and was greatly pleased to hear of tho success of Capt. Mene-fewho is instructor in bayonet work in the the Infantry School of Arms. The class that Capt. Mencfee now has is the only bayonet class in the United States that has no foreign Coninstructor, which bespeaks quito an honor for him. -- Miss Annie Ashlock spent several lays in the country with her sister. Mrs. Lcs Shcrron. Prof. Walter Mofer, of Moroland was here Wednesday returning fron' Richmond, where he had been to .so his best girl. "I enclose you ?l.r f"r the bov local paper in Kentucky," write the Interior Journal's friend. P. M. Vest. of Humphrey, Casey county. Mr. R. II. Butson, of Lancaster, was here this morning returning from St. Petersburg, Fla.. where ho had spent the last two weeks. He says the weather was fine there. Mrs. J. G. Carpenter, who has been ill for some time, has sufficiently recovered to visit her daughter, Mrs. Homer Carpenter, in Lexington. She returned with Mrs. Curpenter. Mr. Charles Trub, of the Ottcn-heisection, braved the snow and ice and came to town Wednesday. He says the mercurv registered 20 below at his home Saturday morning. Mr. Thomas Jennings, the Rowland merchant, is now a grandfather. Hin daughter, Mrs. J. O. Reid. of Danville, presented her husband with the cutest kind of a little daughter th other day. She has been named Eva-nctt- u Reid. Mr. Tinsley Snoonamore says the severe cold spell which began Frim 3mL ti P . DEATHS IN GARRARD COUNTY ness. News comes from Hustonville that The Lnncnster Record announces Miss Lula Edrington. the popular the following deaths of GriTnrd and accommodating telephone opera county opeple: Mrs. Mary Ball Dunn, tor, is very ill, with chnnces against aged G4, of Rrighjt's disease .it her home on the Danville pike; Mrs. her recovery. Stephen L. Walker on the Poor Ridge RECEPTION FOR HER SISTER pike, after a very brief illness, nnd The reception given on Thursday Warren Slavin at Paint Lick. The afternoon by Miss Susan Fisher latter wns 80 years old. Mrs. Sallie country Marct, formerly of Garrard, died in Woods at her beautiful home wns a charming affair for Miss the Jewish Hospital in Louisville, agWoods' friends to meet her sister- - ed 59, after an illness of several Mrs. Robert B. Woods, Stan months. ford s latest bride, who was formerl;. "Billy" Stout was found almost Miss M. Kay Sallee, of Hnrrodsburtr, For the occasion the spacious homo frozen on Mnin street, Danville. He was decorated very artistically in was taking his usual morning walk ink and white, carnations and smi-la- and the zero weather wns more than being used in profusion and his weakened condition would stand. lighted by candle light. In the library, He was taken to his home. William King sold to W. S. CarMesdames Richard C. Hocker and Alfred L. Ponce served tea nnd hnc rier, also of Garrard, a good team of cake. The lovely hostess and bride, mare mules for $550. George Robinwho received the roosts, were bcuu-tifu- l son paid J. P. Bourne $500 for a gowned in pink evcn'ng dresses team of horse mules. Street and inccrurban traffic in nnd and the bride carried a corsage lion quet of sweet peas and rocs. Sweet around Lexington was discontinued strains of music were dispersed lrom Wednesday. Deep snow and scarcity the Vicirola during the entire alter of coal forced the move. noon. The dining room, where an elaborate luncheon was partaken ot was a thing of beauty. The centerpiece of the large dining tblc was pink roses. Mrs. J. a. nice very gracefully presided at the coffee urn, and Mrs. Sanford M. Allen, of Millersburg, at the salnd bowl. They were ably assisted hv Mrs. hamuel in-lax, s B B St M I a 50 cts. A trial bottle can C)$1.00 n R be obtained, free of charge, by uriting tt Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 457 Washington St., Mont'ucllo, Illinois U THE END OF A MEATLESS DAY I have eaten a bale Private William'Howard, a Lexing- Of spinach and knle, ton boy, was killed in act:"n in And I've never raised n vow ' France Oct. 28. I have swallowed a can B. M. and Emma Of moisten bran Hcrndon, of Scott county, sold their And I feel like a brindled cow, farm to Paul and Emma Finck for I am taking a shack $39,000. From the old haystack Many people suffering for coai In the evening shadows gray. went to tho Harrodsburg municipal And I'm glad, you h). light plant and carried off enough to At last to get afford temporary relief. lo the end of a month s dnv. No. 5132 Federal Ileservo DNt. No. t REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF day until Monday..' 298-acr- e -- The Legislature adjourned Thurs- THE LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK At Stanford, in the State of Kentucky, at c!oe of business Dec :ll. '17 RESOURCES Loans and discounts (except those shown on b and c) s:j8ti,::t;o.l.'j U. S. Bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) 100,000.00 Liberty Loan Bonds, unnledged " per te. and 4 per ct. 2l,7fi0.0i Bonds others than U. S. Bonds pledged to secure Postal Savings Deposits ..$ 3,000.00 Securities other than U. S. Bonds (not including stocks) owned unpledged 00,(587.50 t;,(i87..r)i) Stock of Federal Reserve Bnnk (50 per ct. of subscription 1,550.00 Value of banking house 7.000.00 Furniture and fixtures 1.00 :j 1,478.1 r Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank Cash in vault and net amounts due from national banks 125, 82.0 Cheeks on other banks in the same city or town as reporting bank (other than Item 17) .".,05s? 1 Total of Items 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18, $130,541.38. Checks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting bank and other cash item Htl! oO Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and. due from U. S. ." l. Treasurer 5,000.00 Other assets, if any War Saving Stamps 82.7.; 2 J. Embry, Jr.. and Mi's S'tc Taylor only made It worse, and then you put some "Gets-It- " on and tho pain uusca riRht away, and the corn peels right o(T like a banana skin "ain't it a grand and heavenly fecl- illgV' "(Jots-It- " has revolutionized tho com history of tho world. Millions use It and It never falls. Ladles wear smaller shoes and have paln-frc- o Wo old fellows and feet. youne follows forget our toes and feel frisky as colts. Everybody with a corn or callus needs "Gcts-1t- ." Wo will all walk about and onjoy ourselves as we did without I'oniH. (lot a bottle today from your druggist, or sent on receipt of price by 10. Iawrence & Co., Chicago, 111., 2."o Ih all you need to pay. Sold in Stanford and recommend ed as the world's best corn remedy by The Penny Drug Store. Engleman. The souvenirs, tiny bows of pink ribbon, were presented to the guests by little Miss htisan lusher Woods, who proved herself an artist at it. There were something like a hundred invitations issued, but the severe cold wearthcr 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 distri buted by German agents in such a manner as to kill the entire output. T ft ... im fl&fc& V 1 1 The " -- to me if I were your kid? Well, if you're not acquainted Sh! What would happen Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in Surplus fund unuiviueu p run us Amount reserved for taxes accrued .. Amount reserved for all interest accrued Circulating notes outstanding Net amounts due to National Banks Net amount due to banks and bankers and trust companies (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 Total demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject to Reserve, Items 33, 3 I, 35, 30, 37, 38, 39 and 40, $148,509.92. Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowed) ..'. Postal savings deposits Total of time deposits subject to reserve, items 41, 42, 43 and 14, $39,210.12. .$75i,r;r.-,!.7'- . Gas was struck on the Whicker farm in Madison where dri'l:r.g for oil was in progress. modernised hotels, with an aggregate of 3C,iG0 rooms. New York City has a total of 132 with Calumet Bakings you don't know what a good excuse I have. J Can't Help Helping Myself they're so good I Good for me too, because Calumet Bakings are wholesome and easily digested. $100,000.00 50,100.00 1,500.0(1 Millions of mothers use 2,000.00 100,000.00 8, 150. J I 3,883.0't 121,9Sc..J.! 20,51 l.fl'i 3,30f..ii HOW THIS NERVOUS WOMAN GOT WELL Told by Herself. Her cerity Should Convince Others. Sin- CALUMET BAKING POWDER because .... ... becauseof its purity g, it al'vaya r.ivcs best rrsults and is economical in cost and ue." Catamtt contain only such insrtdient at haje been approved officially by the U. 5. Food Authorities. Von save when you buy It. You cave when you oar. It. v m M 38.535.3!' ' (574. 7:; iIGIIEST--r- M oHitXK V -i LU la & ... Christopher, 111. "For four years I suffered from irregularities, weakness, nervousness, ana was in a run down condition. Two of i! w Total s75r.,(H;2 7 State of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ss: I, W. M. Bright, Cashier of the d bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. W. M. BRIGHT, Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before Correct Attest: me this 9th dav of Jan. 1918. R. L. HUBBLE, 5 above-name- W. W. SAUNDERS Commission Notary Public expires Feb. 7. 1920. . . A. T. NUNNELLEY, G. W. CARTER, 'I Directors . Hig-gin- s. our best doctors failed to do me any good. I heard so much about what Lydia E.Pinkham's pound had done for Vegotnble Com- e, Government Orders to serve Fuel On Each Monday Beginning Monday, January 21st, and continuntng up to and including Monday, March 25th, 1918, wo will tell "CASCARETS" FOR A COLD, BAD BREATH OR SICK HEADACHE Bil- Best For Liver And Bowelr, For ious, Sour Stomach And Constipation Get-'- a ten-ce- nt Drugs and Medicinal Supplies Only We advise our customers to make all other purchases before each Monday during that time. -- THE- Penny Drug Store E. R. Coleman, Phone No. 2 Prop. Stanford, Ky. Defendant. Furred Tongue, Bud Colds Indi ON MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1918 gestion, Sallow Skin and Miserable Headaches come from a toiptd H.er at 2 P. M at tho courthouse door in ind clogged bowels, wliin cause Stanford, Ky., I will sell to tho highyour stomach to become died with est bidder upon credit of six months, undigested food, whicl m.il the following described real estate ferments liko garbage mi u Mvdl bar in Lincoln county, Kentucky, viz: In the town of McKinney and rel. That's tho first .it jo to unto.'d in fory imiigc3uon, ioi.i gases. Dad bounded on the north by laws of v- Henry Nunnolley. on the east by C. skin, Irnth. yollow is mental eryhing that horriylo and nause N. O. & T. P. R. R. Co.. riirht of wav. ating, n- VuacarL lumgiik win give on west by lands of H. C. Nunnelley, vour constipated bowels a thorough n south by lands of McMullin & Co. "lennsing and straighten you out by and containing two acres more or morning. They work while you sleep less, being the land of tho South box form your druggist Fork Spoke Company, or so much will keep you feeling good for thereof as may be necessary to remonths. Millions of men and women cover the sum of $300 with six per take a Cascaret now and then to cont. from Nov. 2, 1U14 and the fur-thsum of $42.40 and tho further keep thoir stomach, liver and bowels regulated, and never know a miser- sum of $40, costs to accrue. H. C. BAUGHMAN. able moment. Don't forget tho children their little insides need a good, Sheriff of Lincoln County, Kentucky gentle cleansing, too. It I w. it. w. KcynoiusAtry for i'jir so-ns fi-.i- rs. 10-ce- nt cr box now. and was cured. I am no longer nervous, am regular, and in excellent lealth. I believe tho Compound will euro any female trouble." Mrs. Alice Heller, Christopher, 111. Nervousness is often a symptom of weakness or some functional derangement, which may bo overcome by tiiis famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, as thousands of women have found by experience. If complications exist, write Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., for srggestions in regard to your ailment. Tno result of its long experience is at your service. Under judgment of Lincoln Circuit Court in case of J. S. Coleman, etc. Plaintiff vs. South Fork Spoke Co., others, I tried it 3 CENT-A-WOR- D 4COJ2& ADS exami25-2- 0 nations will be held Jan. MayJO-ll- . COMMON School diploma and (5- -2 Cherry Bark Cough Syrup 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 couch syrup is the best of the many kinds we carry. We are so sura that it will give speedy relief that we have no hesitancy whatever in backing it up with a money. back guarantee. Isn't that fair? Can you afford to overlook such a generous offer when you are in need of a cough remedy? WANTED A farm of 50 to 125 acres with good improvement. Land must be good. Box No. 12, Wnynes-burg,89-t- K f WANTED position as a nurse or companion for an old lady. Address me in care of P. W. Kennedy, Stanford. Miss Georgia Johnson. G2p Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, Pictures and Stoves. W. A. Tribble, " FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, 28tf Stanford. My house and lot on Lancaster street for 1918. For particulars see Hughes & McCarty, Stanford. Ky., or write me nt Liberty, Ky. P. WMVhipp. FOR SALE Two Duroc boars weigh about 90 pounds. They are oul of a Defender sow. Price reasonable. Pedigree furnished. Call or write JnmesCannqn, McKinney, Ky. FENCE POSTS I have for sale a lot of red cedar fence posts and also several nico barn posts, 18 to 25 feet long. If you need them see mo nt once. M. P. Lawrence, Stanford, tf FOR, RENT Lincoln Pharmacy FOR SALE Several pairs of work mules. Sec them at the stock yards. 2 T. W.Jones. " LOST On Monday county court day a black heifer calf weighing about 375 nounds. between mv nlnce and Nunnelley stock yards. Return to Bam Mntheny, Stanford, Ky. 5-5-- 2t Tho stockholders of' the NOTICE Stato Bank & Trust Company, of Stanford, Ky., will please file their certificate of stock with me and re ceive check for balance due on same. H. C. Baughman, Special Deputy Route.4. p uanning commissioner. ti-- ' Stnnford. o.tr i FUlt RENT Thn lifimhnn,.. lot on Danville avenue. Houso in good condition and desirable locut-tioImmediate possession. Spc or phone H. J. McRoberts. n. 2-- tf NICE, new bungalow on avenue, for rent. Miss Lcnu Logan Hump-to- n. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, January 18, 1918 For Little Folks' Milder Ills 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. Perttna 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. KINGS MOUNTAIN Miss Sadio Daxtcr has been on the sick Hat Miss Ma Waters visited at McKin-nc- y Inst week. Miss Lucile Reynolds spent Friday with Mrs. Elizn Itigncy. Mr. 0. W. Horton has moved to tho Henry Gooch property. Mr. Eugene Mead is llngmnn for Williams Bros, tit this place. Mrs. Annie Davidson has moved to Mrs. Mcalio Walls' property. Mrs. Eliza Yocum, who has been sick for n few weeks, is improving. Williams Bros. Contracting Co. Is progrcssinR nicely double tracking. Dr. Laswell spent n few days with reatives and friends nt Mt. Vernon. Miss Edith Laswell, of this place, visited friends at Pleasant Point last week. Mr. Elmer Godbey and wife, of place. Mr. James Flint is still assisting Mr. G. A. Walter, one of our mer- Corbin, are visiting rclativcc at this Peruna Is A Reliable Family Remedy It has proved that in innumerable households from Maine to California, and in foreign countries. It is the chief reliance in the American home for all catarrhal trouble and wlicrcvcr .1 tonic is needed, in convalescence and as a preventive. fn tablet form it is ever a real life insurance. If you haven't used it in this form, get a box today. cady-to-tal:c, THE PERUNA COMPANY Columbus, Ohio STORY OF GRAY'S ELEGY Thomas Gray took seven years iiver the composition of his immortal ?", a"d umi cn rt3 completion :?howi'd tho utmost diffidence regarding its publication. Indeed, he (Iocs not seem to have seriously considered the question of printing the poem until through IIoi.kl- Walpole's cnthusiams in dismanuscript tributing copies it came to his cars that the Magazine of Magazines intended to make use 1 of it, when to counter the pirates ho 'irnun Wnlnnl.i incfi'tintmno "f tYinL'n Dodslcy print it immediately, from your copy, but without my name." Five days later, on February 1(5, 17C1, Dodslcy, with commendable promptitude, issued a large quarto I - NO MORE CALOMEL FOR THJS BARBER Nashville Tonsorial Artist Says He Has Found Better Way to Get Relief Than pamphlet, anonymous, priced Cd., entitled "An Elegy Wrote in a Country Churchyard." Within ten years fifteen authorized Harold Chevolictt, Eugene Hart, English editions were called for, the Claude Hart, Coakley Murphy and printed editions were countless, and Jesse Gooch have gone to Detroit, it was "lifted" by about every mag- Mich., to work. azine in the countiy. Rev. Masters, Jr., has been called again this year to preach at the Chris-tiaA boy in Brooklyn, N church. The people are pleased Y., stole his older brother's clothes, to know it, as he is a splendid minisdiscarded his short pants and suc- ter. ceeding in enlisting. His mother Owing to the severe weather which found it out and brought him home. we are having, Dr. C. M. Thompson's water pipes burstcd and caused a little trouble in the cellar of his res n Mr. Doc Wnltcr. of Louisville, has been visiting relatives and friends at this place. Mrs. Will Hnsty, of Arabia, visited Mrs. Everett Chev-olether sistcr-in-lnInst week. Mr. Morris Walls and family made a flying trip to Detroit and have returned to Somerset. Mr. Tildcn Gooch has rented the Hester Hotel n..d is well prepared to accommodate boarders. Mr. G. A. Walter's daughter, Mary Walter, has been ill with the measles, but is convalescing now. Sunday School and prayer meeting have closed at the Christian church on account of the lack of fuel. Mr. J. B. Yocum, who has been vis iting his mother at this place has returned to his position in Detroit. Mrs. Maggie Damm has returned Positive Convincing Proof to her home at Etowah, Tcnn.. after We publish the formula of Vinol visiting homefolks and friends here. Mrs. Emily Francis, who has been to prove convincingly that it has the almost blind for several months is power to create strength. Ltver and Beef Peptones, Iron JJ Cod ManganescPcptonaten, improving, her friends are pleased to and Iron fid S know. Ammonium Citrate, Lima and Souj te chants. Samuel T. Hancock, of Boyle, raised $770,50 worth of tobacco on nn acre of ground. At the sale of the J. H. Mason farm, in Montgomery county Saturday, the farm containing 2HU ncrcs of lnnd was sold to II. K. Green at $23G.GG. The place is located on the Grassy Lick pike, five miles from Mt. Sterling. Tho Department of Agriculture is urging poultry raising to increase the food supply. A bulletin "Back-Yar- d Poultry Keeping," has been issued and may bo secured without cost by application to tho division of publications, Department of Agricul, ture. Mr. Nutter Wood, of Fernwood, Miss., is the guest of his father, Mr. J. B. Wood, in this county. Mr. Wood has just returned from Indiana where he purchased lfi head of Duroc Jersey gilts for $4,G00 for the Enochs Farm & Lumber Company, for their large plantation near Fernwood, Miss. Mr. Wood is employed by the Enochs Farm & Lumber plantation. Paris Kentuckian-Citznn- . "Little bits of bacon, Little bits of wheat Give a soldier's body Energy and hent." LAND, STOCK AND CROP GIRLS! THICHEN AND If you want to prove how pretty and soft your hair really is, moisten BEAUTIFY YOUR HAIR AND STOP DANDRUFF a cloth with a little Dandcrino and carefully draw It through your hair Try This! Your Hair Gets Wavy, taking one small strand at n time. Your hnir will bo soft, glossy and Clotty And Abundant beautiful in just n few momonts At Once a delightful surprise awaits everyone To bo possessed of a head of henvy who tries this. It beautiful hair; soft, lustrous, fluffy, wavy and free from dandruff is Upon recommendation of General Pershing commissions have been is' merely n matter of using a little It is easy and inexpensive to sued to several American citizens have nice, soft hair and lots of it. who have seen service with tho Escadrillo of tho French ArJust get a small bottle of Knowlton's Dandcrine now for a few cents all my. drug stores recommend It apply n A TEXAS WONDER little as directed and within ten minutes there will be an appearnnce of The Texas Wonder cures kidney abundance, freshness', flufflncss n,.d and bladder troubles, dissolves grav-t- l, an incomparable gloss and lustre, cures diabetes, weak and lame and try as you will you ennnot find a backs, rheumatism, and all irregulartrace of dandruff or falling hair: but ities of the kidneys and bladder in your real surprise will be aftcr'about both men and women. Regulates two weeks' use, when you will see bladder troubles in children. If not new hnir fine and downy at first sold by vour druggist, will bo sent by yes but really now hair sprouting mail on receipt of $1.00. One bottle out all over your scalp Danderinc is two months' treatment, and selis, wo believe, the only sure hair dom fails to perfect a cure. Send for grower, destroyer of dandruff and sworn testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall, cure for itchy scalp and it never fails 202G Olivo Street, St Louis, Mo. to stop falling hair nt once. Sold hv drueeistfl Dan-dcrinc. r . VINOL MAKES Our store will be closed every as ppr order of Dr. Harry Garfield, WEAK WOIN to conserve fuel, until further notice. Please place your orders accordingly, STRONG W. H. Higgins, Stanford Glycerophosphates, Cascarfn. run-dow- n, vr a nervws WRECK lclnncc. Any woman who buys a bottle of Vinol for a weak, nervous condition and finds after giving it a fair trial it did not help her, will have her money returned. You see, there is no guess work about Vinol. Its formula proves there is nothing like it for all weak, overworked, nervous men and women and for feeble old people and delicate children. Try it once and be convinced. The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. run-down, f Coal! Feed! Credit! We are preparing to discontinue selling coal and feed on credit. "We ask that our customers arrange to pay us as near the Spot Cash as possible for the present. Further notice later. We thank you for your patronage during 1917, and wish you a ' prosperous New Year by Taking Vin Hep-atic- Calomel Takes a From Three Years' Suffering. Say Cardui Made Her WcLL spell ot Hpring rover this j agony with my head. 1 was unable to said U. L. Bearden, n Nashville bather, 2VA Fourth do any of my work. I just wanted to s'.sep all the time, for avenuo, north, "but thanks to Mr. Q. M. Spencer, tho paint contractor, 617 , that was the only ease I could get, when Commerce street, for stating in tha I was asleep. I became a nervous wreck Impers how he got such wonderful quick relief by taking that good medi- just from Sac awful suffering with my head. cine, Vin Hepatica. I was so nervous that the least noise "I have been using calomel, which ?,aM frft sickening that I could scarcely would make me jump out of my bed. J stand it. Not only did Vin Hepatica had no enercry, and was unable to do put mo in fine shape again, but it anything. My son, a young boy, had to wuh ho pleasant to take. I hadn't ' more than two or three doses than do all my household duties. sny drowsy feeling was all gone and I I was not able to do anything until I a I am my a.4 feeling flue. took Cardui. I took three bottles in all, yelf again. and it surely cured me of those awful Tho tact is, Vin Hepatica is Nature's That has been three years own medicine for stomach, liver and headaches. kidney troubles. It is made from eight ago, and I know the cure is permanent, of tun greatest medicinal roots and for I have never had any headache since herbs known to medical science, all taking Cardui. . . combined into 0110 medlclno, known as Nothing relieved me until I took Cardui. Vin flopatlca, tho Universal System !t did wonders for me." Purifier and Tonic. Try Cardui for your troubles made Wo strongly recommend this groat Nature remedy. Como and get a hottlo from medicinal ingredients recommended and try it, on our recommendation. Wa in medical books as being of benefit in know it is a real medicino of tho high female troubles, and 40 years of use has est merit. proven that the books arc right. Begin NC-13- 4 taking Cardui today. STANFORD. KY. . '" "" " nr " niiri l&1 Tgwtff1iii:in,ii!tfti,rnmrirCT"warvil spring," well-know. I ta-Kold-tim- 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 wiih by a good says: "For three years I suffered untold Now Is a Good Time To Treat Your Catarrh Mild weather aid treatment. Don't be misled into thinking that your Catarrh is gone. The first touch of winter weather will bring it back with all its discomforts. But this is an excellent time to thoroughly cleanse the blood of the germs of Catarrh, and be forever rid of the troublesome 3prays and douches that can never cure you. S. S. S., the great blood', purifier, Marches out the germs of Catarrh which infest your blood, and chases them entirely out of your system. It is by far the most satisfactory treatment for the disease, because it reaches down to its very roots and gets at the cause. Write for full information, and expert medical advice regarding the treatment of your own case. Take advantage of this chance Address Swift Specific Co., Dept. G Atlanta, to-da- J. H. Baughman & Co. INOOEPORATID y to-da- y. STANFORD, KY. Ga. ALLEN HEIATT, Asst. Manager Walnut Street Warehouse JOHN S. VAN WINKLE Secretary JESSE W. OVERSTREET, A.it. Mgr. People's Tobacco Warehouse vS "",t iH J - r'3si&SPt The Lincoln Pharmacy u 1 m&mi Prices Still Running High On the Danville Breaks. This cold weather demands the warm garments, and one of the most sensible investments thatcan be made now is Averages Still Soaring and the Wm ulli 'liltiwIllimlmlUilil IMm Growers Are Highly Pleased We will hold auction sales every day, excepting Saturday and holidays from now on. You can rest assured that Danville will be the highest market in this section, as we are the closest market to the largest and manufacturing plants in the world. Our accommodations for both man and beast are as good as the best. The loose leaf floor plan is the best and only way of marketing tobacco to insure the highest dollar to the grower. These facts have been demonstrated in Virginia, North and South Carolina, where they have been selling tobacco on this plan for the past fifty years. Drive your wagon to the Danville market. You will always find some one to attend to your wants, and welcome you. During the sale we will do our very best to get you the highest market price for your tobacco. All the large factory buyers are on hand at each sale. We have experienced men in all departments to look after your interests, including two of the finest auctioneers in this or any other state. Our charges for selling tobacco will be the same as last year. The fact that everything else has increased makes no difference here. The warehouses do not buy tobacco except on sale at auction. We do a strictly commission business. Free stables and no rejection fee. Appreciating your past patronage, we hope you will see your way clear to bring us your tobacco, guaranteeing you the highest market prices, absolutely accurate weights and an all around square deal. re-dryi- KMJIiiillwalHI I llllllf the purchase of an Overcoat or a Mackinaw at our present old LOW PRICES. ROBINSON'S Peoples Tobacco Warehouse Co. Incorporated I. M. DUNN, President DANVILLE, KENTUCKY