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No. The Interior Journal 7 j' b'?C The Interior Journal, Stanford. Kentucky, Tuesday, January 22, 1918 Tuesdays and Fridays N I DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER NEWS VROM pLD SUBSCRIBER IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES WILL JOIN AVIATION CORPS MRS. EMBRY'S FIVE HUNDRED THE LATEST WAR NEWS Martin, pupil, nnd Miss Avn Guilford. Mo., Jan. 11. Inclosed Centre College defeated Stnte 20 Jnmes C. "The people must either go on or rird $1.50 to ndvnnio my subscrip-tlo- n Yates, his teacher, eloped from Car- to 21 nt basket ball nt Danville last Mrs. George Cooper, son of Mr. nnd ns One of the most delightful ns well It. Cooper, wns on yesenjoyable entertainments thnt has go under," wns the stirring nnoth,er year on tho Journnl. It lisle and were made husband nnd night. r, terday accepted by tho war authori- been given in Stanford In n long or nn nddrcss delivered to the climnx lm kept mo In touch with my old wife. Mrs. Margaret Wilmorc, a n Trades xIn the aviation time wns the Five Hundred party Lnions of Grcnt ties for sen-Icc tehoolmntcs, Pennsylvania's coal production in associates nnd neighBritain by nnd aged lady of Richmond, brnnch nnd on Saturday lVV ho will go civen Mrs. Robert Bcntcn Woods on David Lloyd George Fridny Premier jthnn fifty yonrs ngo. 1917 'reached tho enormous totnl of is dead after a protracted illness. bors of mofo In Lou-do',. to Wnshington City nnd report for Saturday afternoon by her sister, The Premier's Mrs. David Lynn Is dead at Dan- duty. While thord nrc but few left of thoso 207,7.15,00! net tons, breaking all Cooper has for the last Mrs. Samuel J. Embrv, Jr. Forty or closely upon the nddress followed Mr. passage by the yet there nrc some left, ns I lenrn former records. ville. Besides her hucbnnd she lenvos several years been u student in Cen- more guests responded to the invitn-tion- s !,1!'Re,(!f.f'.ommons hy the Manpower y The depositors of the George Alex- six children Including n from rending the Journnl. One In tre College nnd wns to have graduo'nnd from 2 until 5 Hill which hns ns its object the mis- -' bnby, , particular, Cousin Peggy Ann Mock- ander llnnk nt l'nris have rere.veil in !' i. niorc men to strengthen the Henry Hudson nnd Miss Mabel ated be June, but whether or not he clock Hie Embry home wns n scene er, I think that wns her name. Any (12 1 2 per cent, of the mom v tliey depriveil of his dinlnmn by of beauty nnd merriment. The will British fighting forces. The Premier wny ho is the widow of Cousin Dick had in that institution when it went Crawford eloped from Somerset to potng to war will be Rccn. His mnnv old home wns tastily decorted evinced strong distrust of Germany's Winficld, Tenn., nnd were united In Hncksr. When I rend that item it to the wnll. friends hone very much thnt he will for the r cension nnd n lunch hnd been honesty, reverting several times to Theaters and other places of mnrriage. carried me hack to my childhood Dr. like ex- nmusement won their right for un dnys which made mo feel The Somerset Board of Education not nnd savs ifGnnfield, president of prepared that would have tcmntcd me unirusiwortniness of her promhe enn possibly grant the appetite of nnv epicure. There ises nnd declaring that no pence claiming In the lnngungo of another: amendment to-- Dr. Garfield's closing decided to hold school on Saturdays Centre, "ihcenskin" thnt he were tnbles of nlavcrs nnd the terms would be recognized by Em"Turn hnck, turn back, Oh time in order nnd got permission to close on or six days a week, in order to short- the Mr, Cooner has been will do so, game fiveFive for one of the of Hundred were hcnctilv peror William Field en the term. vour flight make me n boy again just Tuesdays instend of Mondays. verv best students in his institution entered Into. Two prizes were nward-e- d Hindenburg. Gen. von Marshal von V Treasury officials soon will ask 'for tonight." Cousin Dick nnd wife The handsome home of Wnltcr Q. and has nil the necessary so credits tho successful players and there nnd the other militnristlc LudcndorfT lined to visit Uncle Phillip nnd Aunt Congress to authorise the melting of Parks, near Richmond, was destroy fnr. Mr. Conner went to Louisville wns n guest nrize. the latter roin" unless the British had the elements, power to Amanda. Those were my father's 150.000.000 silver dollars now stored ed by fire. Most of the contents went Inst week nnd wns cxnmined by the to the bride. Mrs. Woods. Mrs. S. M enforce them. nnd mother's names. When Cousin in the Treasury to supply silver bul- up in the flnmes. board of that city nnd wps found to Allen, of Miilersburg, won one of Strict orders hnvo been issued to Dii-The Kentucky Producers Company be lii'ht, otherwise he wns and wife were younir married lion for export to America's allies. in snlondid tho prizes and Mrs. A. L. Pence the enlisted men nnd officers nt Cnmp With a membership or 100,000 brought in u folks, I could tell you of n good oil well on the Zacharv Taylor warning them the men in train and yard service, the Wilbur Chestnut farm, four miles ronrl't'on. The facts were wired to other. Thev were nil hnnd-mn- ile mnnv happenings anil besides W"phintrton City nnd soon n bniidkcrrhiefs and were beauties. maintain secrecy of nil military to titty dreams I had ns younir "s I was Ilrotherhood of Rnil-vnTrainmen Southeast of Mt. Vernon. enmo: "Waive the weipht nnd Those who did not tnke part in the nt thu cantonment. Tho order Miss Ellu Gooch will leave Sunday I am a strong believer In those nir has announced that more thnn 5,000 Cooper" occupied another fustics some would, term them-bu- t members of the organization are for Wnshington, whore she hns nc- - accent h's parents He immediately gamenlso very prettily room, which says: "Grave and nvoidnble danger nhoned here decorated nnd to tho safety of our forces I give them, I think n more serving in the military forces of the cepted a position in the War Depart- sult nnd will come today of the re- wis or tomorrow where nnrcissus nnd roses were used sucess of our operations isnnd the ment. Somerset Journal. being name and call them day nation frnm his college nnd make nrcpnrn-Men- s in profusion. The lunch consisted of cnused by tho giving of information AetiML- - litinn tlir remiosl of (In. Last Saturday tho Cumborland ilrehms. 1 nanny mini; u neccwMirv to go to Wishin"tcin Citv. His substnntiils nnd ices anil cake nnd by officers nnd enlisted men to memto snenk of the war. ns I presume it County Fuel Committee the Hoard River was frozen over at the forks brother, Clnrence Cooner was was ns delightful to the tnste as it bers of their families, their friends is sliout the same the world over. We of Education of Jctrcrson countv de nt llurnside nnd river traffic has been by the nimc board, but wis was beautiful to the eve. The even- and the nnldic in geenrnl." cided to close the public schools for nlmot at u standstill since. ZSS i re having and have had some pret to C'nc'nnnti to arpcar be- ing vs most enjnvnbly snent, the Examining officers of the new Naweek, tho time lust to lie made Billy Stout, of Danville, died in one ty cnltl weather. Deccmocr was charming hostess doing nil in her tional Army report that approxl-matel- y fore cold lor that month. Quite n up by extension of the school term the Lexington Asylum, where he was nnsseil the board there nnd he also nower to mr.ke nnd will soon tnke the oath all feel thit it was 2 per cent, of tho drafted r in June. taken a few days before. He hnd ton night bhrrnrd enme over the plloeMnpce good to be in her hospitable home. He will also cntT the men, as they appear in camps, nrc so William Callahan rnd John Cody, boon sutrenng from mental troubles of lust. nnd continued nil dav yes14- nylition dennrtment. John Owsley seriously defective in mental develterday nnd n greater part of last young men of Whitosburg. fought n for a long time. L'N Peid n brothor-in-lnv- . wis also suc- THREE YEARS' GOOD SERVICE opment that they nre either men-ace- s 11. C. Powell, the well known right. In the meantime four or five duel on the Cumberland River, near cessful in passinf. but he will have or nuisances in military organicitizen, will lie r.t the head of border. They fir- Mr. Ben Jennings rounded out his incl.es of snow fell, which const! - the Letcher-Harla- n undpre-n slieht onernt'on before luixa lin mnt snow we nave nan t eu sunuiuineousiv nml notn ronnci n wholesale grocery which will short- to will be able to begin his duties third year ns foreman of this office zations. As n result of tho investigabe tions, application of the new psychodead. A woman is said to have been ly be opened nt Hazard nnd known last wo-nnd during thit time he th's winter, which the wheat Grocery Com- Ho hns en index fin"er thit is stllT has never let job printing or other logical test to nil enlisted men nnd liccept ns n great niersing, mere the cause of the trouble. Cnllnhan as the frnm nn necident nnd It will be nec- work conrest to the extent that he newly nppointcd officers of tho army pany. was from Letcher county. was n lare ncresce of wheat sown Arrangements for the early transThings seem to be coming George essary ti liseernte some of the liga- - wns not able to get it out on time has been ordered by the War Dethis list fill. It has been very dry reents of th" member tint he may be partment in an effort to weed out nil fall Wheit Marled In tho winter portation of 50,000 common labor- Cruse's way nt Somerset. Ho hns re- thoroughly fit for service. He will More thnn once he ha worked nil the mentally the United States from I'nrto The mayor of in order n rnthnr delicate condition. below ers tonre being made by the Kmnlov-- cently been installed as comes thathis hive th's done at once. Mr Revl will pi'-- promptly. thnt ordersis may be After nn unfit. adventurous career of city nnd now the news piled Iliro Jennings n one of thermometer registered 15 boy has arrived nt his nlo become rn aviator, which will those fellows who never gets t'red nearlv three and n hnlf vears in this mornini'. I will give you some ment Service of the Department of miVe the Poorer fnmUv "rettv well end he wW nveragc working As soon as tonnage is avail- home to further bless his married nt night flighting and raiding operations in figures on the results of Nodaway represented in thit branch of Uncle nt least twice a week, nnd nlwnvs on the Black Sen the famous former countv erons for 1017: According to able 00.000 others will be brought life. Snpi's crrnv tint will eventinMv nut his own volition, A man wearing n pair of thit thini-- s be kept German cruisers Goebcn nnd Breslau Ktatlstlcs fleil the corn, onta nnd from Porto Kico and the Virgin Iswith a badly lacerated hnnd to flight the contemptible Kaiser nnd running smoothly. There nrc few. if have met their fate at the hands of I AT lav raised in this countv were worth lands. his cohorts. nnv finer rrinters thin ho is, nnd Ilntish wnrshins in n fight at the enChief of Police I I Messer, of anil nearly frozen walked into the at current mnrkct nrice the huc nirdnnclles. The Bres-lntot"l of $10.801.105 raised within Hazard, 50 years old, was stabbed in office of Dr. Sparrow nt Burin. nnd MISS LULA EDR1NGTON DEAD whnt h" docs not know about aknow-'p- trance to the Midullu. renamed was sunk, nnd Linotype isn't worth r a rad'us of twenty miles of Mory-vilt- the neck while making an arrest, anil asked that his hand be dressed. QuesMiss Luli Fdr;P"tnn died nt her Dunne the vears of his scrvW the Goeben, rechristened Sultnn the county rent. She had in her is lying nt his home In a critical con- tioned by the phvsirinn he said thai lawuz beached. The two crbs this fnll 0.2.15 r.V-- l buliel of dition. William Summers, mine fore- his nnme was Paul PritclmH, that heme nt Hustinv'Ue at 2 o'clock here he hie. hnd to call on no outsid- cruisers Selim, wasinto TnrVtoi, .. ..,,.. rorn. "s market worth is $7,701.-to- r, man Ht the Walker's Branch mine, is he had been arrested in Cincinnnti 'ondnv nfternoon after n nrotneted ers for heln when th" machinery d'd shortly escaned after the outbreak of the war Nodnwav is the banner corn in jail sulferinir from u bullet wound nnd was being taken by nn officer I'ness of a comnl'citlnn of troubles not perform its functions ns it should, crowing county in the state, accord- . through the leg, held for stabbing to Ilockvillc, Ga when h- iumn'd nnd ws lufied in Hlstonville Com- - but he nn? iust Wept worVinir the nnd were purchased by the Turks. Fresh troubles arc reported to through a window of n moving trnin. 'terv it 2 th's afternion Shp was a nroposition out in his own m!nd until ing to stntist'es compiled by secrc-tnrv- Messer. .li.-htc- r A of Mr. R. B. Fdrin"tnn n he masters the situation. Mr. Jen- have broken out throughout Austria. Jnell Mnves. of the Stnte At n meeting of executive officers nt dispatch from RockviIIp received - nings his worked in miieh bi"er of- iicnerai siriKes have occurred and in n Burgin directed the authorities to nnd aceil eif!en of HnsHoard of Agriculture. Corp at the of the Southern Commercial n"i' iv' '"ed w'th him. Besides fices thin the Interior .lonrnil's and Vienna and Ncustadt nil the rrire of $1.11 per bushel is Judge Robert W. Hinghnm. of hold the man. iverireS20H 711.775. N'ow don't tnke manufacturing plants are reported to the 'ithe V" '"Mrinrtnn leives n wns foreman nf the worth louitville, whs elected president of 1 ee now Incited nnd wns in choree of the Lender hnvo been closed.. In these towns MAN WHO FEARED WANT this as n fih storv for it Is true. C the congress to xuceceil Senator Dun, Cnln-idurn-nOn iccnunt of "id" nllev nt Lexington, but be pro. 100,000 men nre said to havo quit The following sad story is sent " I), doesn't belong to the windy can U. Fletchor. of Kloridn. Senator nd the conges-t:o- n fors the smnller towns nnd like nil their jobs. The movement is political I com'nc bieV some time if the Fletcher now Is completing his sev- - out from Lexington nbout n mm who th pevere of trail's lie "! rot mike ntl ef- others who enmo to Rtinford, thinks nnd economic nnd hns ns ita l.n.;a Lord Is wlll'ncr When I drf vou will enin yenr as president or the con- mnnv of the Interior Journal rendthe desire for peace. for the hur'il. it the best place on "the map. find out thnt I am nil wool ami a gress. He was first elected nt Atlan- ers had seen in Dnnville ns he took fort to core 'i"" declared to bo especially prey- - " his morning walks which he norsJ itilis' Xtila.".as rh. was. .tonorallv vnrd wide Regards to all old Ken- ta. - in tho Hus MONDAY WAS A QUIET DAY nlent throughout the country. sisted in. it mattered not whether Vnown, wis nn onero"tucky' friends, yourseU Judge Don Luidsey, of Denver, has the wenther wns good or hnd or if tonvillo Telephone Thingc for Stanfonl merchants and others MR. A. J. RICE'S HOME BURNED been offered a rommihtion to go to he was well or ill: "Haunted by fear fully 15 verrs. nnd tlmn was nvcr France and England ns n reoresenln- - through life thnt the fortune of $75,-00- 0 n better nor morn reeommoditin"' observed the orders given out hv Dr. The spplcndid country home of A. DON'T SrOID. MOTHER! (loruelu nml many tive of the Committee on Public Inthe loft him by his father would not one. P.itient. pninstik'ne'. pleas'ng houses were closed oftight business J. Rico, near Murccllus. Gnrrard THE CROSS CHILD IS as as clams county, burned at 1:30 formation to study war conditions suffice to keep him in his old nge. nnd promnt, it seemed to her Monday. BILIOUS, FEVERISH among Monday afThe banks were open, the ternoon, together women and children. Judge William R. Stout, 00 years old, of nle.isure to v"t nn the public, and with nil of the conLimlsey remained "rorerv Tons-lieIf CoatrJ. Clrn accept has said he cannot definitely Danville, nnd a graduate of Centre if she - ever t'red in her work she noon nnd stores drug stores open until tents save that which was down Look At the were onen the mission until he receives College, is dead at the Ka5tern Stnte novo evidence of it She wns n The Little Slomsch, Liver, leave of absence from his juvenile Hospital. Physicians say his ilenth splendid fr'end of this paper nnd tho only for the snle nf drugs nnd chemi- stairs. which kitchen flue started the fire, hnd gotten under such Boweli cals. These and the Interior Journal grent headway when work in Denver. wns due to loss of vitnlity caused bv writer ree-iptmore deenl" than he discovered that nbout the onlv concerns that nny effort to stop Gen. von Stem, Prussian Minister insufficient nutrition. One of Stout's enn CKnross, in cold tvpo the lors of the flames would Don't scold your fretful, peevish May the sod lie gen-tl- v did business ns usual. The mnnnge-meproven child. Sen if toneue Is coated this is of War, in n newspaper interview, is eccentricties was to deny Vimself such a fr'end. of this piper wis not certain haveCarman, futile. Mr. end Mrs. A. e on the nvo of the rentle womn parents of Mrs. nice C. a sure slm it little gtomach. liver quoted ns declaring that Germany is food so that tho income of his might not be impaired. Friends whi d'd nil in her power to mike the ns to whether it had the rieht to re- wero in the home nt the time nnd clogged with sour well prepared to meet America ns n nnd bowels lire foe. He doubts air fighting ns a de- found him starving nnd nlmost fro!-e- n "orld better by hiving lived in it. main open but was informed bv they lost some of their clothes. They waste. , Bricht that it in tho snow a week ago nnd Dr. A. H Bnueh her pnstor. made Fuel Administrator When listless, pale, feverish, full cisive factor, but says much depends might ken open shon. Those who came to Stanford immediately anil v cold, breath bad. throat sore, does upon what the American engineers brought him to the hospital. His only innrnnrate remarVs nt her funenl. wpre called on to close did so cheer- are now domiciled in the home of Mr. of not ent. sleep or act naturally, has can do, nnd still more depends upon known relative is a brother. James. vh'oli was largelv attended, nntwith-stindin- g fully and with the right spirit. It and Mrs. Thomas D. Eads, on Danthe cold weather nnd deep would be hard to sav how ville avenue. Mr. Carman says the stomachache, inil'ccstlon, dinrrhoea, whether efficient, experienced crews a patient in the asylum here." much snow. vivc n tensnoonful of "California enn be obtained by them. coal was conserved bv the order house could not be replaced for l;ss s ". A delegation of workers from the ANOTHER LEMON FOR TAYLOR SvriD of Klg." and in n here, but be thnt ns it miv tho Stnn-fer- d than $5,000, nnd that while he is The Courier-Journa- l, SOMERSET AFTER TODAY after reading ell thvfoul wnste, the sour bilo pnil meat picking nlrmts nt Chicreo cnll- had some people, ns usual, did their bit confident his does Cfiin.fitiniT fnml n.isses out of the. ed on Prerdent Wilson anil urged what J. Boyce Tavlor, of Murray, insurance, he not know how Denutv .Collector II. Rowan Siuf nnd plsv-f- thet the Government take over the tin i to say against Keil I ross nnd V. 1"V, who hns been hendnuartered at when asked so to do. much. bowels nnd you have well child rirnln. Children love this meat packing industry of the country M. C. A. work, hands him tho fol- the First Nnt'nnnl Bank since the lowing: "These quotations reveal him 0th. interrogating nnd tnk'ng the THREE SALES IN THREE DAYS laxative,'.' nnd moth- Secret.-lrFires occur in 'cold wenther ns wp'l harmless "fruit linker. Secretary Wilson Hughes & McCartv nre not letting as at other times nnd it is a good idea ers can rest easy after giving it, and Samuel Gnrnpers were called in- ns n contemptible little bigot nnd lists of thoso who pav income tax. never fails to make their lit- to the conference. Tho union work silly fool who has nersistentlv used will go to Somerset Wednesday and the severe cold weather interfere to prepare for them by carrying a it ers contend it is ersenttnl for the Jiis position in n great church to in open nn income tix office in tho with their real estate business, but policj in a good insurance comnanv. tle "insldes" clean nnd sweet. Keen it handy, Mother! A little, Government to control thu industry stigate treason against the country Newtoninn Hotel, where he will re on the contrary are making n record Jesse D. Wearen, the Stnnford intomor-towgiven todny snvei n sick child drug-p-s- because of,-- . the Inrge number of that shelters him and to which ho main until Feb. 0th. A lnrge number number of sales, having made threo surance man, represents some iirst- t nlicns among their fellow employes. professes nllegiance. The most chari- - of but get the genuine. Ask Lincoln countv people will help during the Inst three dnvs of the eiass companies, bee him todnv nnd tnble explnnation of his conduct is to I'ncle ham out with tho tax nnd the week iust ended. Thev sold to A. C. nave mm write you a policy before for a hotMo of "California Syrup Individuals and business organisa- nssumc hathat he hasn't sense enough best pnrt nbout it is thev will nil do nnd W. B. Coffey 82 acres of the it is too late. of Tigs." which has directions for tions must roport to rovenue colleclites, children of nil nges nnd for tors ench payment' of $R0O or more to realize its gravity Thnt, however, it cheerfully. .Mr. naullev Is very John L. Beck farm neir McKinnev grown-up- s plainly on the bottle. Re- made during 1017 to nnv person or is no renron for failure by tho prop- complimentary of his home people, nt a good price: for Pan Traylor WILL BUILD A PIPE LINE member there are counterfeits sold corporation 0(hinls estimate, that er authorities to put n stop to it. The who have voluntarily sought him to they sold the J. Nevin Carter home, The Cumberland Pipe Comunderstands that he either pay their income tnx or to as- nut on the Danville pike, to R. B. pany, having confidence Line so surely look nnd see thnt between 12 000,000 nnd 20 000,000 Courier-Journlure, in Lincoln Reynolds, n postnl clerk on the L. & countv ns nn oil field, will build n vours is made by the "California returns must bo made under this reg- is under surveillance by tho Govern- certain whether or not they are back N., who has been living in Stanford pipe line from the Buck Creek wells undeF l Kir Syrup Compnny" Hend syrup. ulation, which replaces the provision ment he ought to beAnd he duress tho Government. ought for some months, for $5 500, nnd to to Kings Mountain, a distance or ".ijnth contempt any other fig of the old law thnt inconro taxes by, h(j kicked out of tho ministry by acres four miles, just as soon ns the weaOWL KILLS LITTLE CHICKENS J. M. Wnrfield they sold nt wore 'To be withheld nt tMo source, to PHOTOGRAPH LEADS TO ARREST nnd will furnish the Government In- Iho church whose cloak he uses to ply. common, every of what is known ns the Bough farm, ther will admit. It was hoped by the An company to have tho lino down by Tho photograph of n Middlcsboro formation for checking up Income his infamous campaign against his day "screech" owl killed six chickens near Highland, for $1,250. , cuuiury. i;irl leMo the arrest of n young tax returns. , for Mrs. F. F. Cummins, of Preach-ersvill- o JESSE COOK BACK FROM CUBA Feb. 15th, but the weather will materially interfere with the work. man chnflM with entering the depot Rundny night. Sho had eight MAYIURRY UP "OTHERS Great improvement in fuel famine Jesse F. Cook, ono of Lincoln nnd .' nt Wnsloro,near Middlcsboro, The conditions win re.iortod to Feel AdTho fact thnt Lieut. Gov. Jnmes chicks about the size of partridges Co.'s boys, who hns made n pronounc 'stealing n quantity of whisky. nnd had cared for them something JUDGE GOT BUSY EARLY Fuel D. Black, as an avowed enndidnte tilcture was "found by the ngont ministrator Onrlield byt Stato Slates tho Democratic nominntion for for like she does her children during the ed success of life, has just returned twenty-eighLincoln's from Cuba, where ho hns been sinco Rice, was new County Judge. T. A. who turned Administrator In Miss Blanche Rjirrows. cold spell. Sunday night sho packed is putting in his sworn office Monday east the they located clared ofthnt n MississipnI. Itofwas de-is while incidentally holding best licks them nwav with unusunl cure, but October disposing of n shinment of morning, nnd in a into minutes there-nftit over to detectivcsnind down tho few steady flow coal Hie girl In MIddlcsbordHwho gnvc the going forwanl into tho districts lob of president of tho Mntc Senate, nn owl got in its work nnd six little saddle horses and where ho hns open n fellow wns brought in chargname of n young mnp t whom she whero is most needed, nnd that the is caluclated to linng other euner heads had been removed when she ed n brnnch stable. Since removing ed with killing n fox out ot season. . it s arrqst- gave tho picture, nnd he went to see about them Monday to Fnyetto Mr. Cook has made n big "Fifteen dollars nnd costs." uulcklv petting warm again. nntorinl nspirnnts to the front whilo morning. Tho owl wns cnught in the reputation and lots of money in tho ." ed and is being held pendlntrhia ox- - neople were announced Judgo Rice. That's the ! ' iiuiintng trial nt tho county ctfUrt nt Director of Untlroads McAdoo issued the Legislature is in session. In this coon nnd her husband killed it post horse nnd lack business nml Ids way to keep the dockets clear. Dan.-. nn order placing nn embargo on the respect, however, Gov. Black has haste. irienus in his old home feel proud ot ville Messenger. uso of open-tocars except for fuel. verv little en Judge John D. Cnrroll, mm. Work of bunkering ships in New of tha Court of Appeals, often men PAID SEVENTY-EIGHnnrcroo niAMnroi aim'c PER CENT RINDA BAUGHMAN FINED tioned in connection with tho nomiCROWDED OUT LAST ISSUE "In tho course of n conversation York harbor will go forward. Tho business the State Bnnl: & nation Vith the election in England im grqund for Governor, who is on tho Trust Co., whichof was taken over bv On account of n rush of ndvertise- - Rindn Bnughman, colored, was with Chamberlain Medicine Co.'s rep himself nnd perfectly nt today, wc hnd occasion to minent, a victory for the Ijibor par- - home the First Nntionnl Bank in April. ments nt n Into hour the statements tried by n jury in Judge R. L, Davidisuss' In n'genornl wny the merits ty is freely predicted. The Lnbotites whom in n gathering- of solons, with 1915, hns bcoruAvnuni! un by Speclnl of the First National Bank, of this son's court Fridny nfternoon nnd finho Is very popular. Judgo Carof tholr different preparations, At nro expected to control tho majority roll UanKlng Commissioner H. C. Bnugh-mn- city, nnd tho Nntionnl Bnnk. of Hus- - ed $20 for keeping a disorderly' desaid his suggestion I tnke pleasure In ex- of seats irivtho House of Commons spite has not has a the word,ofbut tho pre'pnt sherifT. The last tonviUe, were crowded out of our house. Sho nromntlv nnld the fine. strong number this he Friday's nnner. but thev nnnenr to. Tho court room was crowded during pressing mv estimation of Chamber-Iain'- s and ono of thy most important posts boosters among tho members of tho payment is being mnrte now on Jhe uny nil ngnt. The statements were the trial, which nttractcd almost as In the Cabinet. A conference hns Cough Remedy. I have a famiAssembly. Louisville stock and eachshareholder receives sent in in nbundant time and if there much interest as some murder cases been called to meet In Nottingham General ly of six children nnd havo used this 78 per cent. Tho depositors were Is nny Times. to frame proposed legislation for remedy In my homo for yenra. I blame nttnehed, lay Is on the do. pnid in full. Iw conditions. Among tho tho only cough remedy on it NOS. 9 AND 10 MAY STOP WORTHLESS CURS KILL SHEEP the mnrket. as I havo tried nearly nil propofed mensures nro the use of All sorts of reports are being YOU CAN'T BURN WOOD kinds." Enrl C, Ross. Publisher nrivnto surplus wealth fbr common heard about the running of passen- CISTERNS DRY IN WINTER TIME Mr. W. L. Neal, who was hero good nnd the nnUonalizntionof lands, W. L. Ncnl. Morels nd tells Hamilton County Ucpubllcan-NcwUnder the order of Fuel Admin- from Moreland Saturday, told this ger trains since tho government took theMr. J, thnt his of railroads nnd nil public utilities, cistern I. Syracuse, Kan. establishments paper thut worthless dogs had killed chnrgo of them, but tho most per- dry nnd the one of Dr. W.isimosts, istrator Garfield, JChil-drestwo nnd maimed seven or eight sheep which nre In tho sistent rumor is thnt Nos. 0 nnd 10, gone bone-dr- cannot use embraced nny sort, order for him and that his neighbors, FARMERS CLEAR UP PIKE of Hustonvillc, has ONLY ONE CAN DRESS WELL fuel of save what is known hero as tho morning big salunusual scant rainfall Inst enqugn to Keep tpeiruuiJUIngs sum Messrs. R. L. Berry nnd G. T. The The fanners residing along tho "Her husband must hnvo n K. C, will bo discon-tinucary." Hustonvillo plko south of Dnnville nnd evening Kico nor nnv of his had each had a visit from Binsrsiu irvwnr Agent employed twenty men yesterdny nnd "What makes you think so?" oiuyu. ...................u .- - -- ...v.- u J wood is considered a fuel tho same the canines with similar results. hnd the snow elenred from tho pike. assistants know anything nbout it tho well ns owners of cisterns. "The wny sho dresses." ns coal and cannot be burned.. is trains annulment of "Well, go now and tnke a look nt Traffic has been resumed. For almost generally hopedthuthat theyand KNITTING PARTY FOR GUEST will be STOMACH TROUBLES the way her husband dresses nnd a wecK xrninc was practically STORE YOUR ICE NOW Miss Eliznbeth Higgins gave a you'll change your mind." on this rond. The Shnkortown continued. If you have trouble with yor To conserve the supply of am- knitting party Saturday afternoon at nnd Stnnford pikes havo also been LHwiston.Ta., has a woman hunter stomach you should try Chamber. monia everybody who has an ico her home In honor ofher guest, Mrst There was n death nnd n birth in in n bad fix. Tho fiscal courts in other to bo. nroud hf She Is Mrs. G. S. Mil. Iain's Tablets. So many have bsen house is asked to fill it with ire and Carl Ramsey, of .Louisville, formerly the home of Emanuel Bryan at New counties nro having the roads cleared ler nn.l Inof .&.. CL.Jn AIaiim. restored to health by the use of tkfese urely there never was a better time Miss Frank Waller. A very pleasant ,.. .i. tablets and their cost is so llttlX. Hii'pti Sit'irdny night. Just ns death but the Bovlo Fiscal Court ennnnt t - in n... p..-- .. 95 for storing it. when it can be gotten afternoon was spent in."knitting for son Uj stork I bo Induced to mako a move. claimed a Advo- - killed a turkey gobbkr weighing 19 cents, that it is worth while gfr9 in blocks 15 or more inches in thick- - the soldiers. A delightful salad brought another, cate. pounds. ' 'tot ncss. tnem a iriai. count was served. well-know- V mag-nifice- ", dis-nat- ' be-fc- Pcr-ryvil- le k Powell-Hnckne- y I ht d u hand-cufT- s, er u, ." - velt-l-nn-- Con-(.re- rls. r-- - jjjjM ! s e nt lor-tun- -- few-hour- son-in-la- ul !' K 1- -2 Gov-crnn- r, er V, S . ... -,- '-. p T n, M .'. ,, - ' con-aid- er s, S y. fti"&v: Tim-berlnk- e, bus-pend- -- i:i,. t-- r-- '. - t. ku.. Y -- k .. tr ''l W i ft.'J V 1 jjfe- -, .j The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday. January 22, 1918 The Interior Journal E. C. Walton and J. H. Wrigtit l Ktrtt M stnmjpottrit M HUntrr, "., rto's nntt matttr. United States Government War-Savin- gs m Stamps have been substituted for our Christmas Savings Club. When you purchase these stamps you are doing patriotic duty and getting a 4 per cent investment on your savings. A hone dry Kentucky In 1020 Stntes seems assured. Twenty-si- x nre nlrondy ilry nnd nrc expected to rntify the nntlonnl nmendmont. Kentucky has nlrondy done so, being the first wet Stnte to tnko such action. Nine other wet States nre only necessary to the 30 to mnkc the amendment operative, nnd judging from the signs of the times they will rntify in due season. Of the 120 counties in this Stnte only tl nrc wet nnd somo of them only partially, no liquor foelntr allowed to be sold except in their lamest cities. It is con fidentlv expected that whisky distilling hnving been stopped by war conditions, will never he resumed again. And all of us who have felt the curse of an evil which is that continually, say amen nnd amen I I S Wm & WEM. I OBRYAN BR0S" Warm Clothing and I I Rubber Footwear Now is the time to fortify yourself for cold wenthei. We have just received some new Kersey Suits, corduroys and extra heavy serges. mm 1 1 H LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Under Same anagement Fifty years from now the oldest inhabitant will be telling of this spell of cold weather to the surprise of the younger people. It has broken all records nnd established a new precedent to he talked about as lone ns those who have suffered it shall live. Since December 5 there has been unbroken cold and snow has covered the ground the whole time. It may prove good for the whent, but we whose marrows have boon in n state of freezing for nearly T0 days nrc unable to understand that with all our transgressions why we should be punished with weather, war nnd other calamities nil in a bunch. fl wsms, 6w- mm - anything in Rubber Footwear from a boy's sandal to a man's rubber boot. We have Flannel shirts, wool sox, heavy underwear and corduroy pants. ' We can keep you warm at small cosl. TAC TORIES NA3HVILLC U WEST NASMVILLC fas C s " "" I I blizzards are coming. Heavy overcoats, raincoats and slickers. Remember the LINCOLN TRUST COMPANY "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE" Anyone Desiring to Sell Their Farm, Stock or Crops will make money by seeing Dinwiddie & Owens THE HUSTLING REAL ESTATE MEN HUSTONVILLE AND MORELAND ba& Cherry Bark Cough Syrup THE HOUSEHOLD COUGH SYRUP Guaranteed to Relieve Cough If it doesn't relieve your cough It won't coat you a cent. We Grmly believe that thU cough syrup is the best of the many kinds we carry. We are so sure that it will give speedy relief that we have no hesitancy whatever in backing it up with guarantee. a money-bac- k Isn't that fair? Can you afford to overlook such a generous offer when you are in need of a cough remedy? i5- - Lincoln Pharmacy The m&XaJUL Store m m Country Produce! formerly owned by Miss Annie Phillips and will run an General Store. I have just re- ceived a new lot of fresh merchandise, and will appreciate a portion of your trade. up-to-date I have bought the stock of goods I will pay CASH for all kinds of Country Produce l MstiK Sam Fisher STANFORD, KENTUCKY " ww ww-ww - Corner Main and Logan Ave., Concrete Store .ww-- - .,." ssEkiT'-- tllMIIIIIMIIIt If some philantropic fellow will donnte a site in Stanford for n sled factory we verily believe that such would bo launched. nn enterprise Fifty-od- d days of snow, nnd the end not yet in sight, has niTordcil nn excellent opportunity for sleighing and STANFORD, KY. MAIN STREET many slc'ghs and sleds have boon built nnd put into service. "The Stanford Sled Factory" would look good on a big building which could LIKE AN ELECTRIC HUSTONVILLE WITH THE CHURCHES turn out the snow vehicles fast enough to supply the demnnd and Coley Myers tamo nenr losng a BUTTON ON TOES The Good Shepherd Episcopal make money for the promoters. church at Icxington was destroyed tenm of work mules Tueday mornwhile trying to ford the swol- Trllt Why A Corn Is So Painful And by fire, entailing a loss of about ing "Persons who stir up animosities 12.000. Says Cutting Makes Them len creek near James Hold's. or unjustly criticise the Government Grow Adams Hros. filled their small ice The Woman's Missionary Suc'etv while the war is going on, arc trait- of the Iiaptist church will meet with house last week with pood ice whirh ors to the nation, whether they know Mrs. Garland Singleton at 2:30 o'- had been washed out on the Iwnks. Pros nn electric button nnd you it or not." These or similar words clock Friday afternoon. Lee Loerti has returned to his form a conW with a livi wire which . president of were used bv a former home nt Biiuiinghtim, Ala., after n rings the bell. When your shoes prraa By a unanimous vote of the the United States. William Howard tcrs here pgninst 5"uir i i i .. tu I. 'urn the Baptist church at Hnr- - v'sit to his mother nnd in an address delivered at voilsburg resolved to discontinue Taft. Jack Gann and familv have rooms roots down upon n sensitivo nervo Springfield. Illinois, recently. He is services until weather conditions nnd up stairs over V. II. Morse in the and you get n shock of pain. right. Every endeavor should be coal situation become better. Instead of trimming your corns, Ark until Gllmore Burton moves to mnde to cement friendship, rather which merely makes them grow, just President It. II. Crojsflold. of the B. W. Ixdgh farm. than discord among Americans in Transylvnnin College and the College Miss Jessamine Davis nnd brother step Into any drug store and ask for this time of the nation's momentous of the Bible, recently declined n call j Ililey, of were guests of n quarter of an ounce of froezone. peril. This will coat very little but Is sufffrom the International Y. M. C. A ..Miss Bessie Riffe nnd brother. icient to remove every hard or soft to do "Y" work in Ku- - ace Kiffe during the holidays, was made in Congress rope. An attempt J. A. Johnson, olf of the head of corn or callus from one's feet, A few week to prohibit newspapers lust The Beechmont Baptist church in Carpenter's Creek, has rented the drops npplied directly upon a tender, from issuing more than 1C pages nt Jefferson county has passed resolu- - property on Douglas avenue, known aching corn stops tho soreness inone time. It appears to be a case tions condemning II. Boyce Tnylor, as the Nail property and has moved stantly, and soon the corn shrivels up of trying to interfere where there is of Murray, and demanding that he to it. so ft lifts right out. roots and all, neither right nor reason, anil the resign as Moderator of the Kentucky t. without pain. This drug freczono is K. McCormack csme nenr Senate also seems to be of that oping to death a few nights ago on his harmless and never inflames or even The resolutions cite the ion, ns only the proposer nnd three loyal, unpatriotic remarks of Taylor. way home from Cincinnati The irritates the surrounding skin, It others voted for the propsition. SenOn account of the cold weather i heaters on the train could not be ators James and ncckhnm. of course. nnd the scarcity of fuel, there was no I mnde to work- With the In tho polivoted against so silly nn effort to union service Sunday night, ns had Felix L. Gast, of Tulsa, Okln., nn tical nscendencv in Germnny then" curtail private rights. been nnnounccd, nnd there will be oil magnate, wns in our midst last nre serious strikes in Austria. Mor no prayer meetings this week. The Friday from Liberty, where he had 'than 100.000 workmen have quit At the suggestion of Circuit Judire pastors of the churches nn- - doing a been in interest of oil. He will prob-ver- y worK in ine vicinity of Vienna as a Kerr, of Lexington, Hon. W. F. protest against Germanism and in wise thing in conserving nil the nblv return here in the pring. Klair has introduced a bill to give coal they can. The Cumberland Grocery Coin- - favor of pence. The Vienna corresjudges the power to fix penalties, Ministers of the Baptist, Prcsby- - nany's lari'e truck came down from pondent of one German newspaper in capital cases. The jury will terian. Methodist. South, and Citv one day last week and says the Austriin trike movement only have to decide whether tho have sent (took n load of furn't'irp to Woodford demands n speedy peace with Russia tinn churches in is guilty and not hnng on the n statement to the Garrard County county for Mr. and Mrs. losl'o Kails. nnd ha grown too strung "to ! nmount of punishment. A similar hxcmntion Hoard declnnns that reg- Liberty has not hsd any mail s 'r stemmed by force." law prevails in the federal courts and istrants thore have no right to claim j vice from the railroad f rim Friday is found to prevent many fnilurcs ex emption on religious grounds as to Tuesday n'i'ht. J. W. Brown, the A Willinmstown, Mum., dispatch of justice. 'Fork mail enrrier csme through Wed savs: Dr. Harry Garfield's home, In imbers of their churches. resigned nesday morning for the first time Williamstown, is being kept warm Kev. K. B. Bourland has Think of this item sent from ns pastor of the Christian church nt and comfortable despite the fact that Princeton, this State, when cars arc Carlisle to accept the cnll of the since Friday Kleven coaches loaded with "Sam neighbors nnd friends nre unable to so scarce that coal cannot bo mov- Harrodsburg Christian church. Dr. mies" for llattiesburg. Miss., passed buy coal except In small quantities. od: Tons of snow have been hauled Bourlnnd assisted Dr. A. II, Baugh. over the Q. it C. Wednesday morn- Just how much coal Dr. Garfield hn here over the Illinois Central Kail-roa- d of the Hustonville Christian church. ing. Tho train was nt on hand rnn not be learned. and dumped nenr this place. n a protracted meeting last fall and McKinney nnd the 1kvs all got off Tho snow hns been shipped from ho impressed the many who henrd it sfet some water. The deepest oil well in the world, Chicago, and tho railroad company him ns being n very strong preacher Miss Lula F.drinicton is some bet-.in- d nt Benllsville, Pa., costs over fBOO,. has adopted this method of ridding a mighty good mnn. tor, but her condition is critical. Her 000, hns been abandoned ns a fail, its terminal at that place of snow. One of the most important gnth-- brother. Lee hdnngton, of Colorado lire. Billy Sunday, who is holding n crings of the vcar among Baptists hns been wired to come, but to this CENT-A-WOR- D ADS meeting in Washington, was invited will tie the sixth annual conference time no word has been received from (Ads litre srn I rl word rrh eli by the chanlain to pray for Congress of the Southern Baptist Education him. Dean, a Major's orderly, of will nrdrr vn ad Ini Ih.n 5V rurh luiir ) Err.e the other day and the way he awak- Association, which will bo held at KKAD Kill cm & Salem's advertiseCamp Tavlor, was in our city a few ened tho dead bones was a caution. Nashville, Janunry S4 to 'JO. The ment. It vvill interest you. lt All who havo heard the regular chap- purpose of this conference is to dnys ago looking well nnd hearty nnd LOST Bunch of kry. Leave at lains croon out a set nnd soulless arouse and unify Southern Baptist snys he likes the nrmy life fine so grandprayer will rcnlize how great the in- sentiment anil conviction on the sub- fnr. He wns on a visit to his Butch-crtow- n the Interior Journal office. public blanks for "sale at novation of having n live one appeal ject of denominational education, father, Oliver G. Toombs, of section. His duty he said was this office. nnd by the mutual help to seek to to the throne of grace. standardize and to increase the ef- - to take care of his Major's and his COMMON School diploma" examiThe ungodlv weather has disclos- fiency of all the Baptist educational own horse nt nil times and places. He spoke of how nmusing it was to nations will bu held Jan. '1T..ZC and ed many things not previously institutions in the South. some of the young soldiers being May see 5.2 known. For instance, tho news comes taught how to properly ride n horse. from Somerset that the street car NICK, new bungnlow on Logiin DAVIS' STORE Especially some of the thorough, avenue for rent. Miss Lenn Hampservice hns been suspended by snow Luther Bowcn nnd wife, of for a week. Did you know that Som- Albany, are visiting his father, New brods. First they are taught to ride ton. Stanford. JMf Mr. bare-bacthen with saddle without erset had street car service, or do WANTKI) to buy mill, I hive any stirrups and then later with bciler and engine. n saw Broughton, you know bv experience that she has John Bowen. D. W. R. Pleasants, who Is quite sick them anil spurs without any wheels as near next to none as Bowling Crab Orchard, R. F. D. No. 1. due to infirmities of old ago, is not in them nt nil times. Orecn and Winchester? WANTKD much better at this writing. A farm of fiO to 125 Wm. Anderson has sold his farm with good improvement. Land In 1917 tho farmers made a splenPicture shows ut Kliznbethtown acres be good. Box No. 12, Waynes-burdid response to the country's call for to C. II. Kerr. Possession will be hnvu closed on nccount of weather must Ky. 89-t- f greater food production. In 1918 tho given the first of February. nnd war. The country stores are trying to need is greater thnn it was in 1917 FOR SALKMillett an! peavine and tho farmers have again been help in their weak way of complying liny, baled and $25 per ton. On Geo. called on to produco more than thev with the government conservative Kvnns. farm near Crab Orchnrd. See did last year. The tillnrs of tho soil fuel orders. John Hutchins on the fnrm. In good old Lincoln will be found in Turnbull nnd wife, of OklaOni WANTKI) position as a nurse or homa, and Kd Turnbull nnd wife, of tho front ranks, doing "their bit." companion for nn old lady. Address Cincinnati, uro visiting their mother, N. Every me in euro of P. W. Kennedy, Tho Huntsman bill, makimr it un Mrs. John Huys, of this section. Stanford. Miss Georgia Johnson. 02p Influence lawful for an enemv nlien to havo in King Winter bus got the people that may bo rendered tho rxpec FOR RKNT The Helm home nnd his possession nnv firearm or exnlo-siv- o i;uesiiig in this section. As some of lot on Danville uvenue. House in of nnv kind, will be reported qur best weather prophets arc silent Blven her All excitement. tcarS? 1 good condition nnd desirable locat- fnvomblv by the Senutn Committee on weather predictions ns ever day tion. Immediato possession. See or on Kentucky Statutes. Tho commit- gets u little worse. Too much cannot lo end! of tho phone H. J. McRoberts. tee recommnded nn amendment giv.lolin Mngleton has gone to I'uie-vill- o wonderful massagu known to ing poire officers the right of search to attend the examinating trial thousands of mothers us "MothRKNT My house anil lot on nnd seizure. of his brother. Hice Singleton, who er's Friend". It Is ode of the Lancaster street for 1918. For parof nil helpful Jnflueui-cH- . shot and killed John McCoy, the dep irreatcst i nu nerruupm'BS nn'l ticulars see Hughes & McCarty, ilieru Cheop un. there is hope ahead. The uty shenlt or that place. Stanford. Kv., or write nio ut Libermo ivnuency in morimiK KicKnenH f0 Danville Messenger gives tho first O. C. Boone, who was buried Sun- or nnuaea U avoided. It makuH ty, Ky. P. W. Whlpp. intimat'on that the snow Is melting day in the family burying ground, ho muscles clastic which nature LOST On Monday county court dis- - wns generally known ns "Cnrp" nnd In vjpamllnB und noollies tho when it savs that the process is dny n black heifer calf weighing y Humiliation uf breast k'lands. cl')singnnny leaky roofs in Little hud been in bad health for several Thu ti.lln nt tlin ...tal Id Intlnllulv ! nbnut .'!7r pounds, between my placo to Britn'dT What on earth melts tho years, but hud been confined tho i and Nunnelley stock yards. Return snow in this frigid weather, Brer (lis bed a short time. He wus a sober whon "iiother's rneiiU" U used for lesa to HHm Matheny, Stanford, Ky.Jj.2t young mnn and hud n host of friends muscles enimnd easier and with Landram? atruln when baby Is born. ruic aAi.lv -- I wo liuroe boars, nnd was known far nnd wide for his "Molher'a Trlcnd" Is entirely safo and weigh about 90 pounds. They Congratulations to tho Interior honesty. nre may bo had of your dniKKlit. Wrlto tho out of a Defender sow. $18 each. ournnrs fr'cnd, Joo II. Gibson, of r Ilradlleld IleKUlutor Co., Hept. A, S00 Pedigree furnished. Call on or write Taylor Adams nnd his son. Clctus omersot, who hes just been elected Hulldlnu. Atlunta, (la., for their In. Ho has peon mailo ireusur- - Adams, charged with kidnapping terestlri; book, "Motherhood and the James Cuiinon, .McKinney, Ky. t ol'i-o- . Baby Lloyd Kect and also with con- Haby" They will send It to you without his town nt.l'io munificent NOTICK-T- he ortof stockholders of thci spiring to ndhuct C. A. Clement, a charge, nnd you will llud It very helpful. Statu Bunk fi Trust Compnny, of of f 5 per month. Years of urn by thousands of women Springfield, Mo., jeweler, entered Ky., will plcitso file their nil doubt thut "Mother's Stanford, "ingineor M. J F.nrl'. Fireman W pleas of guilty in the circuit court Prove beyond greatest Friend" Is tho uld to nature. It certificate of stock with mo und reJ. rtyr's nnd four other trainmen there. Taylor Adams was sentenced certainly should be used by every expect- ceive check for balanco duo on same. collision oi to fifteen .years in tho nenltentlnrv ant mother for she should do everything II. C. Baughmnn, Spcciul Deputy woro wiled ' " ncid-o- n and Cletus Adams to ten years. In her power to helu nutur In her work. Banking Commissioner. the C.)& 0. near Ashland. McRoberts, Bailey & Rupley itvoeoososoooocoo.tt( m i freer-Baptis- dis-in- . , I ex-ce- nt Chris-(juncti- J -f side-track- ed I 1 lu. 7-- 10-1- 7-- 4t m !Wrtr S'JfVi 9- 7-- tf 2-- tf i47 La-m- 7-- tf sal-nr- V I ' $ LsKlBk..r Vr The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, January 22, 1918 The First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. With a CAPITAL STOCK OF SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS OF $50,000.00 $37,150.00 hat taken vrjr precaution In safeguard and protect ill DEPOSITby joining the American Banker.' ORS and STOCKHOLDERS the Kentucky Ranker' Association, and Is also a member of the Federal Reserve System, and hy selecting the following effi. officers and directors for the year 1918 OFFICERS J. S. HOCKER S. T. HARRIS II. C. UAUCHMAN C. HAYS FOSTER W. W. SAUNDERS C. C. McPIIERSON President 1st Vice President 2nd Vice President Cashier lndividil.il Bookkeeper Clerk Clerk II. 1.. im:rkins DIRECTORS JOHN C. ROBINSON, S. T. HARRIS, C. R. COLEMAN, J. S. HOCKER, M. D. ELMORE, J. F. DUDDERAR, WM. BECK II. C. UAUCHMAN, J. M. PETTUS, W. C. C.OOCH J. C. EUHANKS, JOHN II. FOSTER, R. C. HOCKER, J. W. WILLIAMS, R. II. WOODS PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Jim. 24 Hook club tneeU with Mr. J. S. Rice nt 2 I'. M. Jnn. 26 Red Crosn meeting of the Woman's Club, at 2:30 P. M., with Mrs. J. S. Rice, chairman. Mr. and Mm. Loinn McCiill spent Saturday with Ilrodhend relative. Mm. I. M. McHobrrtit i upending n few days with her Hitter at up Sntunlny to visit hn parents, Mr nml Mrs. II. K. Rout. Mr. II. C. Saddler, of Lexington, was over last week to nee one of Beverly Rout, of liuinville, tamo Stanford's pretty jcirW Miss Sara Trnylor wus down from Corbin Satunlay to take hor week 1y music lesson from Mm Kllen llnl-loHarry Nenl, of Dade City, Flu . i his wife, who is visitinc her mother, Mrs. Ilettie Williams, in the Morelund section. Miss Vila VnuKhn, of McKinney, has matriculated at the Stanford She is High nnd Graded school. boarding- in the home of Mr and with Sprngens spent Sattir-ilr.- j with Lebanon friends. Wesley Jchnsoil is up ftom I.otlti-vill- e with friends nnd relatives. Mrs. Cl.irenre Bobbin, of Leb n Jiinrtiou, linn been the guest of Mrs. Kmmett Cabell. Miss Gertrude Wilkinson bas returned from n visit to relatives in Cini innati News from Farilinult, Minn., is that Mils Susie Saundei, who is teaching in the School for the Deaf there, t quite ill. Mrs. J. II. Willis, proprietress of Crub Orchard Springs, has returned from u visit to her on, Mr. J. I). Willis, nnd wife nt St. louis. "I am sending you cheek for $l.f0 for my paper anc.tr er year. Good luck to the ilitors and success to the bpst icuntry paper know of," writes Mr. A. I) Vrnhook, of Sm I'tof. 1). II. in-o- two-week- s' 1 and little daughter, Nancy, left the latter part of last week for Columbus, Ca , to spend several weeks with relatives. Enterprise. Mrs. Tom Heck. Mrs. K. S. Putnum The Richmond Register prints a picture of Lincoln's new judge, Judje T A Rice, and copies what this paper said nbnut him when he fint took charge of the county's nf fairs. Miss M S. Logan, of Hustonville, came down some two weeka ago to v'sit her sister, Mrs. J. G. Wcather-fon- l, nnd was taken ill upon her arrival She was able to be out last of the week. eut. Mrs. J. S. Campbell Is threatened with pneumonia. The nged Mr. Jnmcs farmer is ill Us'Gits-lt- " with pneumonin nt the Cnmpbcll Hotel. Mr. D. H. Morris nnd fnmlly hnvo ' Paia Buses at Once, Corn Just Dicst moved into the homo on Dnnvllle Do your rnrn.rlilillntf etinlly, with nvenue ho recently bought of George . way mlle, the liHiiiiiinierl n Crawford. was Hie onf Tlmt'n the tuta-l- l' way ymir mrn or r.illtm rtiinea rr Mrs. G. Fred Gooch and son, Fred mmplete na ttimitth II wer K ! l James Gooch, of McKinney, went to l ri on Ilercn this morning to bo with Sirs. Woodic Jones during n severe operati'VOn, M'SS Vpne-n'1llTn,J tion. Cnpt. burg hns len ( 'tnt Miry spending Jnmcs Dillion. who has been n few days with his mother Lee G'vens. in the Hubble nt London liefore leaving for r ranee, M- -. Wvntt Smi'h the in iiuuii'Huiirg hub Pnwlanil pa'nler. slined nn the Ice jiiinseu unci His W. lnt week and broke one of his shoul-tier- morning. was atcousin, waiter bid Saunders the depot to him goodbye. fr. OH'e Scott "h" h"s been w'th her sister, Mrs K. L. Ife'nhart. DEAD AFTER A LONG ILLNESS returned to Louisville Satunlay nf. Oliver Cnrpentcr lloone, nged 10, tcrnoon. fnl. S. T. Ifsrr's 's ronvinp!i died nt his home, the old C. W. Trmrl r, II.. I the from h snell of n few d"vi' l'lness Ilcone plncc nenr Mnywood, Friday lUT VH Wurlil In .rl-llIminr. nd h' lculnn of frends a'-- gl.-i- ' to irght nbout 9 o'clock nftcr n lontr ill ' i rt .' ness of consumption. Mr. lloone was; know it. V.rtK'll" hns cured tnc.ie urn being M'ss LMl'e Mne Sutton ll. m ill mliir murines i uniiiuxl I rvton nnd "Slmrtv" Lnni' and Johnd never very strong, but nut in of nn i every, of (Sir-rrr- industrious nnturc, he Its .i' tiirc as lh sunrir., iitnl us e.ifn ns wntrr, t'stil l millions. have been truest of l'rv Nun-e- y dny at work that he could. He was a ' I'oii't l.iko n ihnnce wild Miur feet, sober, gentlemanly fellow anil had Hiinn. )ou inn'l nffnril to onerltnent James and W. D Kdm'ston. who many friends who regret that he has I' with link now ti mixture lien you know "l!i Is. II" never fulls cetntnse the pomjbr Crah Orelnnl been taken from them. The burial "flels-l- f will remove any mm in the Rm er enlliis Winr those new, styllsli rilv of Ivlm'ston Ilros., were in the occurred morninghome 1 1burying ground , Sunday nt o'clock in the Monday. Mints or pinups If ou want to, d.'inee W. Will'sms. who is presence of n large number of neighnhemf nnil tri Mr. James linnnml "Uels-ll,- " throw outiMltuti n ill with pneumonia, spent n poor bors and friends who had gathered I Ml the inunter! SKr In nil ou neeil their respect lny nl anv ilrwr store, or It will lm nii'ht. but h's nhvs'cian th;nV his to snow the excellent anil good feeling for man nnd citi-- ! A. Co., condition is no worse. tent illrrrt ty II Chli.nKO, III. Mrs. J. W. Jmes of Orb Orch-- 1 zcn. liable-ma- n Sold in Stanford and recommend- nrd, is the guest pf Mis ARE YOUR SEWERS CLOGGED? at ed ni the world's best corn remedy Sunday'sher home l. on Third street. Courier-JournaThe bowels arc the sewerage sysj by The Penny Drug Store. "I do not wnnt to miss a single tem of the body. You can well imagine the result when they are slop- copy of the Interior Journal, mi send .1. 11 lloone, of the Highland sec- vou a check for anther venr," writes pen up ns in ttie case in constipation. As n purgative you will find Chamtion, has been confined to his bed Mrs U I). Simiwon. of Lancaster. complicaMr. and Mrs. John Charles Os- berlain's Tublets excellent. They are for several weeks with tion of trouble. His friends are get- borne, jf KnoxAille, who have been mild and gentle in their action. They ting urn asy about him. with the Misses Warren for several also improve the digestion. Mr. A. C. Hill, carrier on II. F. I). (lavs, left Mondnv or their home. A Knoxville dsiputch says: BeNo ,1, fell on the icy pavement News comes from Sulphur, Oklo.. Tuesday morning of last week and that Miss Helle Root, formerly of tween 10,000 and 12,000 miners cfnrtiipii " f ill v irked Sunday with the result that ho- -t h ni.eif ihit he vt' iim so badly til's ' 'tv hid the m .nd badly breik one of her wrists. the nation's coal supply was increasable Ui go out on his route for Mrs. Ilurdotte MrKen'ie mil chil-'n-- n ed (100 cars. The men have agreed to days. His brother, Joseph, too! the mail in his stead. are speml;ntr everal days at work ten hours a day instead of Mr. F. P. Cummins, of the Prearh-ersvill- e he'r old home in Mt. Vernon. Mr. eight. section, was in M i!ny fti McKen'c went with them Sunday t As a variation on the nonrefilliiblo his daughter. Miss A'l Mae Cum returned that evening. minp, who attends school hero. Thin The Current Events Club wijl bottle, a New York man has invented -g until attachments for ordinary bottles that is examination week at the Stanford ostnone ita January ne-tiiGraded nnd High School and Miss '"ebrunry on account if the bad prevent their contents being noured Cummins having made such nn ex- weather, the president, Mrs. J. C. out if they have been refilled. cellent neragc that she does not Havs. informs this piper. How's "My daily paper, the W stern have to take the exarr 'nations, sh 77e offer One Ilnnilrcil Dollar will spend the week t U the home-folkthe Mt. Vernon Signal nnd any rase of Cnlnrrh that cannot be seerai other papers keen m ure'tv for ..,.. r- -' .'. Col. Pa il Finch vii over frcm liusy rending, but I mut have the :uicu wCatarrh Jtellclnt has ben taken Hall's year," by catarrh mifli'rirs for the putt thirty-fiv- e another Lexington Friday. Asked if he was Interior Journal years, knd has bwoim known as the doing much in the farm sales line he writes Rev. A. J. Pike from Urod-hc.i- i, as he encloses his check for most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's said: "The weather has been so cold Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Ttlood on nnd bad that I have been able to ?i.r.o. n the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Mrs. J. T. Emory rcccivt-- I n cablc-rrado very' little, but I have contracts from the Blood and heating the dissaying that her son, eased portions. weaMonday to sell a number of farms when Afler you have taken Hall's Cat.it rh ther conditio!. s are better and the Wesley Embry, had arrived in Lonfor a short Interior Journal lender will hear don and thnt the trip over was a MedicineImprovement time you will see a (Treat In very enjoyable and satisfactory one. health Stnrt tak'.nc Hall's ynur" Renewal e frcm me through it. mlvcrtif ng Catarrh Col. Finch is very" rnu n Mr. Embry will do field duty for at onre and cet rid of catarrh Send I'nclf Sam nnd is just as sure to for tiBtlmonlals, free. jihntcd with his new home in Toledo. Ohio. but savs he always cijiys a make good ns the "Sammies" are to F. J. CIIKNKT & CO..7Sc. Sold hy all DriiSTFtlstii, frcm1- - i I vwit back to ' 'n wlnp the stuffing" out of the Huns. ForaCorn-Piili- nt Picnic, Mrs. .1. L. H. ColTcy Is visiting friends in Frankfort. Mrs. II. D. Ncwland was down from Crab Orchard Sntunlny. Ed Turnbull, of Clnclnnntl. Is visiting relatives in the East Knd. Sim Ilnlncs, of New Castle, Ind.. spent several dnys here with old ftlcnds. M'ss Mae Phelps, of Richmond, arrived Saturday to Ikj the guest of Mrs. II. C. Hocker. i Government Orders to Conserve Fuel On Each Monday Beginning Monday, January 21st, and continuning up to and including Monday, March 25th, 1918, we will sell well-'now- n i !s.kl ' le " Drugs and Medicinal Supplies Only We advise our customers to make all other purchases before each Monday during that time. ti IE- - Penny Drug Store E. R. Coleman, Phone No. 2 Prop. Stanford, Ky. lb-H- , The New York State Banking do partment has just published a list of 65,000 long unclaimed accounts in that State alone. Although most of the Individual accounts are stmll, they amount in all to hundreds f thousands of dollars. Man ents but little here below. Nor cats that little long; Twis not that way long years ago- When grub went for a song. Want200 Farms To Sell BOTH BLUE GRASS AND KNOB FARMS Let me know by letter or card and 1 will come and list and sell your farm for you. 1 have a lot of Prospective Buyers now and it is no trouble for me to sell your farm for you. Will list farms anywhere within SO mites of Waynesburg. r, ims? ?.!-;- .. Pol-so- m ." .Medl-cin- Lex-ingto'- ", Monroe Thompson WAYNESBURG. KY. Closing Out Sale of Winter Goods On Friday Next, January 25th, 1918 WE WILL BEGIN OUR JANUARY CLOSING OUT SALE, WHEN COST WILL NOT FOR A MOMENT BE CONSIDERED. RIGHT HERE LET US SAY THAT OUR STORE WILL BE CLOSED EACH MONDAY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE ON ORDER OF DR. GARFIELD, SO COME FRIDAY AND SATURDAY OR ANY OTHER DAY, THE EARLIER THE BETTER. BARGAINS WILL BE THE SLOGAN OF THIS SALE. BETTER COME ON THE DAY OF THE OPENING AND GET YOURS. Fifty Coats, worth from $5 to $10, now go at One lot $12.50 to $15 Clonks, now selling at Lot of $20 to $25 Clonks, now We have a big line, worth $10 and $15, now $15 to $25 Suits, at LADIES' SUITS LADIES' CLOAKS $1.98 .$5.98 LADIES' WAISTS Big line Ladies' Waists now going at . .25 cents Other Waists, worth $1.50 to $2, now selling at 89 cents Silk and Crepe de Chene Waists, now . . $2.98 to $4.98 :::::::::: LADIES' UNDERWEAR RUBBER GOODS FOR MEN $9.98 $3.98 $12.98 Worth 25c yard We have figure. LADIES' DRESSES ..$2.98 Serge and Crepe, worth $5 to $10, now $5.48 Silk Poplins, regular $15 kind, now . LADIES' SKIRTS We have a lot worth $3.50 to $4.00, that we are now 98 cents selling at $3.98 Big line of Skirts, worth from $5 to $10, at . HOPE COTTON 10 yards to the customer for .$1.79 DRY GOODS good big line that we will sell you at a low . 50c grade, at 39 cents 69 cents 75c grade, at 89 cents $1.00 grade, at $1.19 $1.50 grade, at Big line of Suit Cases which we can sell at. ...98c to $4.98 Big line of Trunks which we can sell at.. ..$2.98 to $12.50 Overshoes, Gum Boots, Rubber Shoes, we can sell you 50 per cent below the regular price. We have big bargain in Men's Caps worth 75c and $1.00, f, .. 45 cents which we are now selling at Bargains in Men's Hats $1.50 Hats at 48 cents We can supply you with a splendid suit of Overalls. Let us show you these and make you prices. Ladies who expect to do sewing this winter and spring should call and see what we have for them. Embroidery and laces, regular 10c and 15c grades at 4c. All kinds of buttons at 2c per dozen up to 38c per dozen. Special on Silk Ends Crochet Cotton, worth 12 we can sell you 3 balls for 25 cents c, CHILDREN'S UNION SUITS 35 cents .. 50c grade, at. 69 cents 75c and $1.00 grade, at LADIES' OUTING NIGHT GOWNS 75 cents $1.25 to $1.50, now 25 cents Ladies' Outing Underskirts, 50c grade, at 55 cents Ladies' Outing Underskirts, 75c grade, at 98 cents House Dresses, worth $1.25 to $1.50, at LADIES' SHOES $3.98 High Top Shoes, worth $6 to $7, now at $2.98 $3.50 to $4.00 Shoes, now at We have a big bargain in Ladies' Suede and Velvet 95 cents Shoes, worth $3.50 to $4.00, at We sell 10 yards of Calico to the customer, worth 98 cents 15c per yard, for , Worth $10.00 to $12.00, now selling at Worth $15.00 and $20.00, now selling at MEN'S ODD PANTS $2.00 grade, now $3.50 and $4.00 grade, now. $5.00 and $6.00 grade, at Worth from $2.00 to $5.00,, now MEN'S SUITS $5.98 $13.98 $1.19 $2.48 $3.98 MEN'S, BOYS' AND LADIES' SWEATERS 98c to $2.98 MEN'S OVERCOATS AND RAINCOATS ... Worth from $5 to $18, now $2.50 to $12.50 MEN'S SHOES $2.50 grade, now $1.98 s.UU grade, now J.UU and $2.79 $3.98 and $4.98 $5.00 and $7.00 grade, now . MEN'S UNDERWEAR .59 cents Fleece lined, 75c grade, now at .. 98 Vent $1.25 grade, now $1.50 grade, now $1H? 39 centy 50c grade, for . BIG LINE OF BLANKETS The very things for this cold weather. $1.25 Gr $5.00 grade, nt $6.00 and $7.50 grade, at : ?n'nPer ?air-- at.. grade, .. " "" ' - !-- - - 95 LADIES' WOOL SPAPpc Worth 75c and $1.00, we will sell you at "Z"Z!Z" nt.i n $& tX'ae .$4.98 25 cents The Bargain Store, StaorcL Ky. MAIN, STREET SALEM & SALEM REMEMBER THE DATE OF THIS SALE AND BE SURE AND BE dlHAND. SPEND YOUR DOLLARS WHERE THEY'LL GO FARTHEST y t V i ff .r v3 p w - V ', 4& ' 4: NXXVVXXW The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday January 22, 1918 I 2 I Arc what you wnnt when you buy, seeds that hnve high purity and gcrminntion teats. You can get weed seeds for nothing. We know seeds and . have the best connections in the seed, . a. aai f 1. a. 1... .a I. laala aaaaaal.laa.a U .1..! (.C11UI1S Ul UlU UUUIUI.V a.WHICH IMIHUIL'S ...a In K" IU piUUUCUlK direct to lite section where grown, niul get the purest and best to be had. 1 1 aa That Grow SEEDS LAND, STOCK AND CR6P IN FIVE MINUTESI NO INDIGESTION, GAS OR T. A. Itrcnt sold to II. P. Mnrtln SOUR, ACID STOMACH 14 nhonts at lGc. T. w, Jones has sold n number of The Moment "Pape'a Dlapepitn" sheen lntcly nt $15 per hend. Reaches The Stomach All W. L. Ncal bought of J. P. AusDlttren Goe, mule for $175. tin n C. C. Withers sold to 0. P. HulT-mn- n Cordttfa Prat MaOn nnrl nt K Charles Green, of Cornlshville. hog Mercer county, sold n to 0. C. Green, for $70.50. bought in Mmlunn Paul Iinch county n pnir of mnrc mules for J inr. and a pnir of horse mules for 650-poun- d 8e Kdwnrds & Thompson, of Crnb sold nt Richmond n bunch of cnttle nt (' to 10c. Robert H. Mnrr sold his farm of 13.1 acres in Anderson county to Cnl P. Snider nt $lf.5. d, four 760-poun- d butcher cnttle . m lb ' .I ! S cu 'mj-- l ,V s ' B PtV p0 -- r-i Tkis cold weather demands the wayMA v garments, of the and '" t MfciHiW hi. - aggK r'i' V hri?jra.c' tt that can . llAaaVikefl ngHTTLtvrH be. made: hqw. it ' T-- dealing sternly with thoe who violate food regulations. Aithur Hole, n merchant, wns fined r S7.000 in How Street court for Every bag of seeds we send out is tagged as to purity and A large fifty-cen- t case of Pane's notntoes nt a hieher nrice than germination according to the KENTUCKY PURE SEED Diapcpsin is worth its weight in gold by the food controller. I Hint fixed LAW and you will always find our seeds above the 5 Wholesale prices for storage to men nnd women who can't get stomachs t'.lllll . f IIUIIM II. 4" I'll" .III.. theiryour home regulated. It belongs in .should always be Chirniro were fixed at 47 and II. rents by the Pood Administrator at kept handy in ense of a sick, sour, convinced, We upset stomach during the day or nt Write us for prices and samples and be Washington. Corresponding prices d are expected to rule throtigouht the night. It's the quickest, surest ttve now the largest dealers in Northern Kentucky. for the xtomnch in the world. It country. At the srIc of the racing stock beWe are now in the market for good Dry Seed Corn. Linlonging to Jnmes W. Corrlgan nt TAG SHOVEL DAY JANUARY 30 I e n"t on 9 brought coln Wonder for Silo, Boone Countv White, Reid's Yel-- 1 is set for I I j. BOO. " VI. Jan. 30th. when it is expected thnt (Vli'll'i'"! lunnlVafnllt1 .a.i.vv'ja.a. iw Dent, Etc. Write us stating what you have. J 310; twenvt-seve- n school children of the State will tig ?j $52,425: twenty three yearlings, the coal shovels of everv horn" thus $18, 725; six stallions, 511,000: fifty tracing n constnnt reminder before six mares $7 1,8215; total, $227,125. the family thnt one of the gre-i.rservices we can rentier towards winCINCINNATI STOCK MARKETS ning the war is conserving fi"l. 1 Hog Receipts 2.S00; strong; have received from the Dentrtment lttJJ-iajiiij'- ?, com- - nf Africtilture nt Frankfort taps to nackcrs and . butchers S17.25: W a. .a .a .a ' aa a. II llllfall I. II ? 7i ini;3 mull ..a llionu VI.w.vuiiu lu.nu, aai aa be tied to coal shovels of everv home ill la and lights $12 00(fE 10.70; stags $10.- - in Lincoln county. The teachers are Onrn 1 as Cattle Receints 700; nkeil to orgnnuc their pun s for strong: steers $7.0013.00: heifers this duty. Teachers, I am calling on KENTUCKY COVINGTON, rna--l,r?p. i?rt r sr A nn . you for the highest order of pstri-oti- c enhes Strong, S0.00(o)ir. 00. Sheen service because, if you were not WHOLESALE & RETAIL Heccints none: strong; SO 00!M1.- - patriotic and lover of libr-- t and 00; lambs strong, S10.00(3)18.r0. children, you would not be in the Phones South 335 and 336 school work. I nlso hae blanks for taking an ngncultur.il survey of our SAUFLEY United States Food Administration License No. hi-- - oecn Mr. Ilnilev Snnuwon, who county. The government has called away for some time is with h'u lume upon us to do this work. I nr" sure NVCVVXXNVVVVWXVVIVVXXXVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV foll-s- . that vou will enter heartily and ef Jlr D. C Lair has stopped his ficiently into the work We are exEXECUTOR'S SALE R. M. NEWLAND .cliool n few days on account of cold pecting to mnkc this a most xuluable we'ther. niece of work to the government that The undersigned executors will, on Headquarters for Mr James Miller died suddenly has been done in the State. 1 Supt. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1918, Best Fire and Life Insurance Saturday rnd n Iiuned at Sugar Loaf KTHeari. Sunday. berinning nt 10 o'clock on the piem-e- s Mis I aura Floyd, of Stanford, WHAT SHOVEL TAGS WILL DO of the late John Tnlyor, about Phones 168, 45 Stanford, Ky. was isitng her sister, Mrs. Sam What could be accomplished if miles south of Gravel Switch, t Boone, n few days last week. Shovel Tajr day, January 30, Is genoffer for sale the following property: Sir. Sam Hoone has boon with his erally observed is figured out by II. Tho farm on which the late John Tav To the Public: father, Mr. J. H. Roono, who ha? Marion, of the Department of Edulor lived at tho timo of his death, cation, who said that 150,000 tags and ee"si.iting of about G95 acres. The 41 I reprrtrnt the larcttt In i(t madt been very ill for a few davs. family, of have been sent out by the departMr. or.ir el.ithlnc houto farm is located on tho Rolling .Fork Ed r. Pri't and Co.. Ckicaio.lhlIU. countrr tr Alum Jeoc Bourne and Mjr Springs, have moved the ment for school tic on and a considerable portion of it is perltare in mpnurinf and dirrctlnf tho mk plnce they bought from Mrs. toSusie coal shovels, ns achildren to to save reminder fine bottom land, and the whole of ing of joor flothfs, tUtt rat thf adrantacr Adams. r pn( who li n shovelful a day. Figuring consertailor the remainder is in grass and timber trill zir tut journot a practical promiu If joo order, I will Mr. and Mrs. Sam Boone and little vatively that each State would umd 70a a and is prarticnlly virgin soil, suscepqnare deal. Too will ret tho worth of roar Sunday with her out us many, it would be n totnl of son. James, spent the tible to cultivation and well adapted aioncj, either in Mj cheapen rradei or the parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Floyd, '....,500 000 shovels tagged and if 10 to tobacco, hemp and ccrn. The farm hiflier price titan ford. day were saed pounds of FALL AND u located on the Gravel Switch and line of laopplet it now WINTER jonr la of Mr. John Lewis, who has been ery each shovel,coal a aggregate saving bv ready far the in Cancy Creek turnpike and is well ipeeuon. can now and let m tnow yon low for some time died Jnnuarv ith. eonl would be 21.5,000.000 noundi watered. The improvements are good, Piaetleal DfTUf I STAKroan. Tailor and was buried nt Fairview church. daily, or 2,81'-',0bushels, or H. y Kt He is survived by his wife and seven consisting of a splendid 'J.812 5 cars n day. in four months dwelling, three excellent ., eight-roorhildren. He was a member of the or 120 days this would amount to a stock barns, one tobacco barn, two Fairview Baptist church and wis a saving in coal tonnage and transportenant houses and other necessary "ood Christian man and neighbor. tation facilities of 337.500 cars, a lUtbuildingaS. The fencing is all in Much sympathy goes out to his fam- Holid train of coal 3,375 miles long. irtM condition. There is also on the ily in their sorrow. Services were reaching as far as from New lork to fnrn. about 2B0 acres of first-claconducted by Mr. J. C. McClary. San Francisco and back to Salt FARM LOANS oak, ws'nut and other hardwood UniCity. fier. Said timber is a part of a virgin GREEN BRIAR 3 Million Loaned Through Over forest and there nre five or sjx carMrs. John Leach is very ill. SOON OVER HIS COLD Tl.ii Office Miss Edna Muniie is some better load of black walnut alone. The Everyone speaks well of Chamberaarm will be offered in three tracts Mrs. John Privett has been visiting lain's Cough Remedy after having fcpd then as a whole and the best Mrs. Ida Gilmore. used it. Mrs. George Lewis, Pitts, Possession of the land Mrs. Ella Curbs spent Wednesday field. N. Y., has this to say regarding price accepted. when the terms of sale with Mrs. George Reynolds. will be given it: "Last winter my little bov. five INSURANCE Mr. Johnson has dismissed the years old, was sick with tt cold for nro complied with. Said executors will also offer for sale at the same BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE Green Briar school for two weeks. two or three weeks. I doctored him Mr. Jesse Privett took Mr. Bud nnd used various cough medicines time and place a quantity of farm-int- r implements and household and Choapiide eV Short Lexington, Ky Sims' tobacco to Moreland lnt week. out nothing did him much good until Horn to the wife of Harvey Hop- I begun using Chamberlain's Coutrh . l:itihen furniture. kins, a girl. She has been named Remedy. He then improved rapidlv 'TERMS Said land will be sold months' note with approved se Myrtle Bell. cash, balance in two six nnd in n few days was over his cold." d for bearing intercut from date. Rev. Godbey has been unable to equtl installments, due in one and curity on fill his appointments Lunch premises. Pleasant at Federal authorities, who have been two years with interest from date J. Clark Taylor and John Taylor, Point for several Sunday on account conducting an investigation in Ktn and lien retained on land to secure Personalty Jr., Executon of John Taylor, De of the bad weather. tucky during the Inst week, obtained this deferred payments. Miss Juanita Gilmore is going information there are 7.01)0 curs of will bo sold qs follows: Sums of 10 ceased. away the 28th. to finish her educa- coal on the Chesapeake Ohio railtrad under casn: over u.ai ...uu..i.. Col. J. B. Dinwiddle. Auctioneer. tion She will leave manv here, who road nnd npnroximatelv 3,000 cars repret to sec her leave. She has been on the Louisville it Nashville railroad a r;reit help to the Pleasant Point scattered in yards, en route to deschurch since sho has neon here. tination north of the Ohm river. MORE SHEEP MORE WOOL A squash vine in tho garden of D. Realizing the great shortage of G. True, Windsor, Me., grew twen'y sheep, not only in Kentucky, hut feet along the ground, when it caught America, and further acknowledging on a drooping brunch of an npplo the imperative need and crvlng tree, climbed it and developed tt for a greatlv increased supply squash eighteen feet from the of meat, wool and hides, especially ground. during the Mng conditions which now cover t - "ntire world, a call is hereby made o the farmers and oth- Watches, Clocks, Jewelers interest d n the shpep industry in this State o meet nt the Phoenix ry and Spectacles Hotel. Lexin ton, Tuesday, Janutrv 1.9. 1U18 nt ") for tho purpose of Repaired by defininp the necessary action toward the increased production of Bheep ROBERT FENZEL and wool in this State and to formulate plnns to further protect nnd STVNFORD. KV. at industry This stimulate thi In Western Union Telegraph Office means vou. fume if you aro interS. ested. Everybody invited.-Mn- t Guaranteed Cohen, Commissioner of Agriculture. Satisfaction $400. I Knjrhii.c! Is "Renlly docs" put upset stomachs In order "renlly does" overcomu indigestion, dyspepsia, gas, heartburn nnd sourness due to acid fermentation In five m.nutes that Just thtit makes Pnpc's Diapepsln the largest selling stomarh antacid nnd regulator in the world If what you cat ferments and turns sour, you belch gas nnd eructate undigested food or water: hend Is dlMy and nches; brenth foul; tongue coated: your filled with Indlgest'ble waste, remember the moment "Pnpe's comes in contact with tho stomnch all such distress vanishes. truly astonishing almost It's and the joy is it harmless-nesmnr-velou- s, s. I L. Rnvc ', '' W. CRAB ORCHARD, EL PERKINS fo KENTUCKY 1, Our store will be closed every Mon day, as per order of Dr. Harry Garfi to conserve fuel, until further notice. Av,t, sell-im- I i H" ant-nci- Please place your orders accordingly .4 s, ;' a W. H. Higgins, Stafford i 'J; VI tntuunKi& s V. a ! Coal! Feed! Credit!- We arc preparinK to discontinue selling coal and feed on credit. Wc ask that our customers,, arrange to pay us as near the Spot Cuah ns possible for the present. Further notide Inter. Wc thnn.k you for your pntronngo during 11)17, nnd wish yo'u n ' .. 1 1 -- i 70 prosperous New Year . bin-gleto- n, J.H. Baughman & Co. mcoaroaUTiD STANFORD, KY. N'o. ?T-- 2017 Federal Reserve DisL J'o. 4 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE At Hustonvillc. in tho State of Kentucky, at close of business Dec 31, 17 RESOURCES $100,421.00 Loans and discounts (except thoso shown on b nnd c) . I.l2!.i( Overdrafts, secured. $1,121.51; unsecured, $5.15 50,000.00 U. S. Ronds deposited to securo circulation (par value). ... per ct. nnd J per ct. 20,000.00 Honds, unpledged .1 Liberty 2.250.00 Stock of Federal Reserve- Hank (50 per ct. of subscription 2,000.00 Value of banking house 500.00 Furniture and fixtures . . ... . .. . 10,857.95 Lawful reaerte with Federnl Reserve Rank . 134,300.91 Cash in vault and net amounts due from National bank... Total of Items It. 15. 10. 17. nnd 18. S1.1I.30R.91 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from'U. S. 2,500.00 Treasurer - two-stor- rV 00 m 5 Per Cent ss a. .. W. KING & SON Total LIAHIL1TIES Capital stock paid in Surplus fund 0,410.97 Undivided profits .00 Less current expenses, interest nnd tuxes paid , Circulating notes outstanding Individual deposits subject to check Totnl demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject to reserve. Items 33, 34, 35, 30, 37, 3B, 39, and 10, $238,5 ".! $308,905.52 $ uO.000.00 000.00 one-thir- 238,545.55 0.419 97 50,000.00, ! M E N V . $308,905.62 Totnl State of Kentucky, County of Linroln. ss: V! bafiUido solemnly swear I. J. II. Horker, Cashier of tho above-name- d that the above statement is true to the best of mvafnowlclge nnd hcliof. J. H. HOCKER, Cashior Subscribed and sworn to beforo II Corrcct- - -- Attest: If EI)V. ALCORN, me this 10th day of Jon 1918. J W POWELL, J. W. UUSHa.NS, Notary Public W C, COWAN, My commission expires Feb. 10. '20 Directors No. 2788 te-mi.- id o' 1 II r-e- .'4 -- aa- -- wn?M u v Kaa aaaitwlaaiBa Ala' Wf!ith-X4- 1.x: i ?' .J nt - 'i wm9". x fft.iKr yrr,. r.? mm&)mzi 'iSiiCiit.- Wj l Si Kt J. 'I'araVj, j m3&r 'iaa-'aJ.Li2 - VtriaX4U VdW an OVwrcMtor a. ' Mackiaaw;at jmh'" 'a- 4 H :$ w J Vft .'- M li .. DRF"SMAKER' DOING HER BIT d "Since w.. p child, I have with stomach trouble and gastric attacks. Doitprs could only give me temporary relief. A lady I sewed for told me of h"vinf; been cured of similar trouble by taking Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. Tho first doso proved to me that it would cure me and It has. I am glad to recommend it,io othaf sufferers." It is simple, harmlesurcnaration that removes asatanjTal mucus from the intestinal 'WjyrFnnd nllaya tho inflammation ynch causes practically all Btomach,L rlfver and intestinal ailments, includ.a .a llfl.A H.al.tal ...a.a Wl... UfJJJUflUli:!.!.!. WIIU UI'BV .lllll v..- t .. II1K money refunded. Lincoln "vince or Pharmacy and Penny Drug Store. It STANFORD 1 ttuf-fereH I I " Undertaker Embalmer At Stanford, in the State of Kentucky, at close of business Dec. 31, 17.' it RESOURCES $275,558, ,54, Loans and discounts (except those shown on b and c) Overdrafts, unsecured 00.,02 50,000, ,001 U. S. Honds deposited to securo circulation (par value) per ct. and 1 per ct. 35,000. ,00. Liberty I.OUI1 Honds, unpledged 3 Securities other than U. S. bonds (not including stocks) . owned unpledged 29,808 CO .. 2,195. ,00 Stocks, other than Federnl Reserve Hank Stock per ct. of subscription) 2,600. 00 Stock of Federal Reserve Hank (50 banking house Vnlue of 4.000. 00 .. 2,800. 00 Furnituro nnd fixtures Lawful reserve with Federnl Reserve Hank 22,515. ,0L Cash in vault and net amounts duo from national banks. 00,491, CI Checks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting bank and other cash items 280.71 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer nnd due from U. S. Treasurer ....... 2,500.00 1- THE FIRST NATIONAL Federal Reserve DisL No. 4 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF BANK, .. Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in ..-,....., Surplus fund . . ?..... Undivided profits ,. Clrculntine notes outstanding Individual deposits subicct to check ,. . Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days (other than for money borrowed) Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowed)... '. Other timo deposits Total of time deposits subject to Reserve, Items 41, 42, 43 . and 44, $06,231.43 $488,979.09 50,000.00 33,000.00 e,300.53 50,000.00 279,177.13 10,478.13 J. C. McCLARY Offlf. Fk.ae 1ST Horn, .'bona tl 7,210.00 J. L. Beazloy & Co., 55,753.30 . - At it.'r JaU BafM ggggggglgggi -mL '.'! - gM- mt u afafS .gat." H- M i:U. I ULT rMltT7l afZ. ' - . 'lL '- - '.Hj afaV lm a afafl a "S.Bk a'-- a , m ?. tBBK ' l "gl BafM afafal 4aagM lafafafl agl Lafl t TTT afu H ?.' . nkaS.a-aLiflgaiL- . g.ga.B ' t WT 1 .agagagagagagagagagagagagagaga ga.aBBgaBgaw-'" 'ageaLn f a.ga.ga ' ' !.agagagagagagagagagagagaga V Y JJT THr ' agB n 6 tW'u'&yijp' . " .. a a. - ' T5Ttiai Christmas gifts for the expeditionary "forces aggregated 6"0 tons. Hun dreds of thousands of pounds of turkey, purchased in eastern marjeots and refrigerated on tho ships, together with great quantities of cranberries, sweet potatoes, and nlnco. meat wont to tho forces overseas. In the United States every camp was supplied with fresh turkey and the usual Christmas accessor!.".. The Interior Journal $1.50 a year. it 1 Phone 42, Stanford, Ky Undertaker Embalmer - Total ...j $488,970.09 State of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ss: I, II. C. Daughman, Cashier of the above-name- d bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge snd belief. C. HAYS FOSTER, Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before Correct Attest! me this 10th day of Jan. 1918 J. S. HOCKER, W. M. BRIGHT, S. T. HARRIS, Notary Public K. B. WOODS, Commissions expires Jan. 11, 1920, DirecUM. N. .r ?- -. ii af lg)lgiigagagKM4ailBtiga A. .y-r-- x v r .ton- - jmLil ., tAM t. V1 J:;--'.