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No. 8 Tiie Interior Journal The Interior Journal, Stanford Kentucky Friday, January 25, 1918 Tuesdays and Fridays he-da- y, 11 TWO FIRES AT ROWLAND HUSTONVILLE CRAB ORCHARD JANAURV 30lh sMlLEAGE DAY PROr. PILKENTON GETS MEDAL STATEWIDE BILL PASSED Mrs. Uriah Dunn still remains There were two fires nt Rowland Joseph L. Pilkcnton, of Ilrodhcnd, Next Wednesday, Jn"h. .10th, has The Statewide prohibition bill, Proctor hns been quite nick has been presented with n bronro Tuesday nnd ns n consequence there, been npoinlcd by the authorities at fnthercd by Representative J. II. with stomneh trouble for some days. sick. .1 nines Yowell is up nml out ngnin mcdnl nnd $1,000 by the Cnrncglo nre two houses less In Stanford's Washington as Smilcago Day, the be Ballard, of Gnrrard, wns passed by The Christian church In still with- , 'qui n pastor hut Intends calling one nftcr n second siege of the mensles. Hero Pund. Mr. Pilkcnton, who ts n suburban town. The Carter home, ginning of n enmpaign to introduce the House by the overwhelming vote C. C. Carpenter nnd James Cloyd tencher nnd is 48 years old, saved owned by J, Tox Duddcrnr nnd oc- what Is sailed Smileego books for the of 70 to 9 on final roll call. soon. cupied by Jnmcs Holtrclnw nnd fnml- - soldiers. This is n special commission This was n lnrgcr majority than .Mr. Eil Dyehouso v9nt ol Cincin-hu- ll took some mules to Danville, court Vivian II. Albright, aged C, from U . ing killed by n trnln nt Ilrodhead, ly, burned to the ground, with n gotten up by tho Military Entertain- - wns even expected by the most sanSunday for n stay of several Miss Christine Coffey, of Danville, Ky April 10, 1010. Vivian fell he- greater portion of tho contents. The ment Council appointed by the Sec guine drys. Those who voted ngninst days. . had $200 Insurance on rotary of War, nnd its work is to the mensure were Klair, of LexingMnry Shepherd Messrr hni lms been visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. A. tween the mils of n track on which Holtzclnws Ml n passenger trnln wns nppronchlng. their furniture nnd Mr. Duddcrnr ' provide programs of entertainment ton; Baldwin, of Mason; Beckmnnn, returned from n visit to rclntives in U. Coffey. Mrs. T. L. Cnrpcntar had nine Pilkenton ran sixty feet nnd step carried a small policy on the house for tho off hours of tho men in the of Louisville; Dill, of Bcllcvuc; JohnStanford. Dr. George. It. I.yne is Hi ill suffer- hogs to freeze so badly that .ill died ped bctwen the mils, reaching her A email house nenr Will Cordier's uniform of the United States, now In son, of Henderson; Knollmnn, Meywhen the trnln wns about twenty owned by Ed Withers, colored, who National Guard camps nnd Nationnl ers and Murphy, of Covington; ing with his ninshed finger nml hns except one. Willie Doe Dryc hin roturned to feet nwny nnd ndvnnclng nt n speed occupied it, wns discovered on fire at. Army cantonments. Thesoff hours of of Louisville, nnd Thornton, been quite' sick. visit to relatives of fifteen miles nn hour. He seized nn fcarly hour Tucsdny morning nnd these young men nro tho' loneliest of Newport. ("laud Thompson in nble to Milk Stanford lifter The snmc strenuous effort that her nnd lifted her on to the platform Withers barely had time to get his hours of their camp life. If these iround the room 11 little ench day nnd friends. There were no services nt the out 0f the path of the trnin. He wife nnd child out of tho building. hours nro to he pleasantly nnd wns made in the Senate was made in nod is getting nlong fine. Dr W, W. Hurgin nnd family left churches here last Sunday owing to tried to follow her into the platform, His wlfo wns ill and during the night healthfully filled, there must be pro-h- e the House to amend the bill so ns to had gotten up nn hour before to vided performances of the grade to extend the time limit, but all of Tuesday for Cnmpbellsvllle, where the weather. hut struck his shin nnd fell. While ho her wants nnd when he I which these young men have been these efforts failed. Mrs. .1. 'A Hlain, landlady of Ho- RtiH prostrate, his feet between ntton1 they will reside this jenr hns just re- tel Wenthcrford, has been ill fo- the the platform and the track, the front nwoke agnin the roof wns fnlling necustomed nt home. Accordingly, The bill, as passed, provides for Mrs. Esther Middlcton covered from n most net ere nttntk fintt few days, but is better 'pirt of the locomotive passed him; in. The contents were all destroyed. the Council will presort the best lec- - submission of n Statewide prohibiEugene Dunn has moved t the l,ut he crawled onto the platform turcs nnd the beat thentrical success. tion nmendment to the voter, at the uf grip ntl Is nhle to he up j Two fires coming so close together ' cs of tho season. The performers and regular election in November, and if tecontt parsonage, without being struck. The smnll pox patients nre nil get- l'resbterinn shouH.bc a reminder of the fnct that ( managers have with the the pepole approve the amendment ting nlong well nml with prudence vncateil by Rev Brandenburg DR. NELSON MAYS DEAD I an itwbrnnce policy Is n mighty good Council in such a patriotic way as nt the polls', it is to become effectivo Mr. and Mrs Snmucl Lusk, of we hope no more cases will nppenr. Dr. Nelson Mays, one of the oldest thin to hnve just now, when fires to put these productions within the June 30, 1920. It will be seen thereMr. On'.tha'Newlnnd wns enlled to Providence, It I., nre here among Hustonvillc Friday hy the serious rclntives nnd friends for a few dtivs. phjsicinns In the Stntc, died nt the t are $6' numerous. They don't cost reach of every soldier of the United fore that its provisions arc practicalThe school here has been closed m,mt' ol " "nugnicr, nirs. r.ncn mnchiSnd the money, thvjbring when States. The money cost will range ly the same as those of the Senat" Illness of her daughter, Mrs. Milton Wednesday tit ikjso badly nccdcd.tO'.ih'Ske repairs, from 10 to 2G" cents a seat. Yet bill already passed. until the first of March or until fur; Wilson, at Richmond Powell, . practiced medicine for (or SUy hot f urnltdr& ?8th makes many soldiers will not be able to tit- Mrs, J P. Jones hns returned from ther notice, on nccount of the bad night. " When tho bill was first put on its many years in the Paint Lick section thcTrftm)bost investment one can tend many performances at even passage it carried by a vote of 77 to u most plcns.int visit with Mrs. Mag- weather nnd shortage of coal. Mond.iv was observed here ns 11 t Gnrrard, nnd wns n very succcf,s- make jTnko this suggestion: See these prices. Thousands of ther nre 11, but it was found that in some gie Spnrrow nnd Mrs. Mnry Culton, Louisville fireless .lay in all business houses M physicinn. Dr. Mays mnrried a , JcsMTD. Wcaren, the Insurance man sending home practically all their particulars it did not conform to the of of the late Senator Rradley, of Stanford, today and have your pay. This Council has originated n Senate bill, nnd the wording wns Mr Thomns N. Kutt is moving this and no one suffered thnt we hnvo survives him. He nlso lenves two property innsurcd. typo book of tickets, that friends changed nccordingly, and the bill wc,ck into the Cover hotel which has heard of and n great deal of coal was sons, Wilhnm Mays, of Mndison nnd .., may send to the soldiers at the front, passed a second time by n1 majority hecn trcnted to new piper nnd other They are ot be called Smllcage of 79 to 9, Arch Hamilton," of FayW. 11. Perkins, of Somerset, has re- - Robert II. Mays, of Washington City improvements. flACHERS TAKE NOTICE Senator "ia brother-in-lashould get in com- books, nnd will be put on snle by ette county, this time voting' for the Mrs. W. J Kdmiston left Inst turned home after a most plensnnt Tuesday for n visit to friends In visit to his sister. Mrs. M. Gover. Hrwiicy, ur. .Mays was a repuuncan munication with your Senator and. Jan. 30th. Mrs. J. B. Paxton has been passage. Representative relative to better pay asked to net ns enmpaign director of Aberdeen, Kin. She will probably be Mis Emma Gover returned home TIDDLERS' CONTEST OLD HOW ABOUT THE BIRDS? for teachers and to be paid lit the iLincoln county nnd it is to be hoped nbscnt until Mny. vlth him for n visit. Owing to tho very bad wenthcr end of each month taught. icbcfgiiiat the people will respond in this It is a matter of much concern Hcnutlful flowers were laid on the Mr. Will Hny, Mrs. James Hays the Old Fiddlers' Contest, which was are not pnid cnourh for their work, fjmterpriso ns they Have in all other with every hunter and sport'nan of nnd Agntha Hays nro nil slik with grave of Miss Lola hdnngton nt the ,M hel,1,at Mck'nncyon Teachers now receive about the same patriotic uuues uj. mu jmai. Kentucky as to how the birds have getting nlong real well cemetery Tuesday evening.,, last re- - a but H" smallpox,hope will soon be out. fared during these cold days. It is Jan; V"'1,' WnS P"t,Poncd; ',ul tho;c salary as paid when the cost of livnnd wo membrance of her by n number of havo ing was about half as at present. We AGED JAMES' FARMER DEAD feared that many were killed, and if Herbert Holt, who hns n lucmtiu1 friends nml two operators of the behind cided to hold it on Saturdny night, wnnt efficient teaching andln tinier James Farmer died at the Camp so, it will be the effort of State Game wns to see Danville exthange position in Cincinnnti, S,fj f itltf. Snr-iiKomefolks' Saturdny nnd Sunday ulii tmri.! Feb. 0th, when $25 will be given to do this, teachers must.have'lrain-In- g. bell Hotel at o'clock Wednesday Warden J, Quincy Ward to import iftt a.lll.i? SJ$. jtts-- i '" It costs to attend our normals, 'nttntitnr nrt n Ullll tllrtne rt vxnntl. quail and other birds that the supply IIUV.1 it ." f6! Th? VCIUII Herbert is n fini boy, nnd wu nre Miss Lula Edrington, wants to kind- - m without which teachers cannot do the monin, aged between 75 and 80. He mny be rpnlenishcd. The farmers - ",veA13;?0liI"riCOnd ly thank the people of this communitriad of his promotions. best work. There nre nt least four was an old Union soldier nnd a pen nnd others of Lincoln county are ask Jnmes Mnck nnd wife, colored, ty for their free nnd able hervices $4' ,AU t1'1.,f",,""f fiddles A great necessary qualifications for teachers: sioner. no had been twice married, cd,to investigate the condition of both sick with smallpox. These rendered her ... the care of Miss Ed- - " ha!n'1 "lth. tire time Promised all who attend. Personality, Scholarship, Training his first wife being Miss Rhoda Hall the bird supply in their various secure nil the cae In town nt present rmgton in her last .lays on earth. , and Experience. G. Singleton, Supt. and hi,second Miss Polly Hale, a tions and report to cither Mr. H. E. Dr. Edmiston is using 'every precauThe drilling for oil on the old BAD WRECK ON THE L. & N. daughtefJof'thcvlato Jeff Hale. Both Coleman at The Penny Drug Store tion to keep the disonse confined to Hlain fnrm is now being pushed rap-l- i jt j, l.jcved that spreading raih havolerij since gone the way of all or Local Game Warden Sam J. Em-br- y the two homes. SNOW DRIFTS SIX FEET DEEP idly. A heavy How of gas was the wreck on the L. & N following children are the result of their investigation. Rev, Stout, who hns been called by countered n fed dns ngo. It burns Snow has drifted in several places goodjb'ut-th- c Rockcastle county, tnPor Conwny, in this county tojlgptb Jf from left--- . to kn ob rn (he loss of a kind- - This can be done with very little the Baptist churih for two Sundays strong nnd ,s getting stronger enchirnursday m0ming, when the y lieeTan.rioVmfaThcrTirobn FarH Trouble afler'tlic snow is goneTTn the sereach nre Tinw rtBTfarabTmi 300 passenger, n double five to sixfect deep. On the Huston-vill- o pike in front of Mr. C. E. Tnte's mor, of this county, Mrs. Willinm mean time, take the trouble to feed mons Sunday, but owing to the bad 'CI'L header, wns ditched. Engineer J. E. wenthcr but few heard him. Ho will farm, near the cemetery, the snow Preston, of Alum Springs, Miss Hat-ti- e the birds on your farm, and thus do The community is greatly grieved Prico and Fireman W. J. Piper Farmer, who makes her home a humane net ns well as conserve the brine his wife here to live in n short the death of Mis Lula Edrington, tained severe injuries nnd n number was so deep Thursday that seven with Mrs. Bcttie LaUue in Louis"Bob Whites" and other species of time. which occurred Janunry 21st. She of pasengers were badly haken up. wagons were blockaded or stalled Louis Hunt Is quite sick nt his was nlvvnvs nt there at one time. Bojond the East ville, Mrs. R. G. Jones and Misses birds that do not interfere with the her post of duty in the The track was badly torn up but the home here, suffering from 1111 acute oflico ns long as she could get there, damage done the train was not gate of the cemetery the snow was so Ethel and Sallie Farmer, of tihs city. crops nnd nre helpful rather than rheumatism. Dr No one attack of muscular deep that it was necessary to go The burial occurred in Buffalo hurtful to your lands. ever tried harder to fill the great. Edmiston is attending him and all place she occupied than she did. She through the cemetery to by it. Springs Cemetery at 2:30 o'clock JUMPED TO SAVE HERSELF his little friends hope he will soon was liked by all the operators who . BROUGHT HERE FOR BURIAL The greater part of this drift was Thursday afternoon after services by Baptist Mrs. George Treadway, of Paint tic nblc to be with them ngnm. He is mm. in rnnijirt uitli . The remains of Mrs. J. M. Van- - caused by the severe wind of Wed- Dr. M. D. Early, of the nn.l tin. n mnnly little fellow nnd hns ninny brought here from Mer nesday night. No snow fell on that church, assisted by Dr. Howard J. Lick, had a narrow escape Wednesnatrons of the telephone nil were very hook were Brazelton, of the Christian church. day afternoon not far from her home. friends. county Thursday afternoon nnd night, however. fond of her. She will long be remem- She was walking across the railroad laid to rest in Huffalo .Springs Com bridge when she saw No. 28, the pasWickliffe Caldwell 'writes ns fol- bcred by all nn.l nlso vrentlv missed. EGGS HIGH AND SCARCE SALLEE BOYS' FINE OFFER who she has ,tery. Mrs. Vnnhook, who is spoken lows from Pekin, III.; "I wish to Her aged father, Eggs are high nnd scarce on tho senger train plying between Richt " most excellent womnn. is the Captain Julius Sallee and Mr. They are selling at mond and Louisville, coming. Fearthank ou for jour paper. It Is cer- enred for so many ears will mUs mother of O. K. nnhook, of this Watt Hardin Sallee, sons of Mr. and Stanford market. when you want a ing ngo her more than any one tainly npprecinted. Three years that she could not reach the end 55c per dozen, but county, nn.l he has much sympathy Mrs. Joseph W. Sallee have received A couple, of our young bojs. I lived in Kentucky, so jou see the less number you pay five cents each of the bridge in time to save herself, in the loss of man's best friend a flattering offer to take up an enpaper Is just like n letter from home. Phiirln Atl.itiitt nml l!nriv I'nunll hU ,nother' mighty high and really is she jumped to the ground below, n gineering project in China in the This looks Wo like up here fine. The cold weath- left last Sunday morning to go skat- I ih, but when it is toll that a Dandistance fo some 25 feet. Fortunateflood prevention work at $250 a ly she struck n snow pilo or she er here hns been severe this winter. ling with Muster Samuel Reid, west NO MORE ASHES, PLEASE Captain Silleo's military du- ville rentleman sent nn order here might have been killed or fatally The coldest weather we have had of town, ami nfter getting there' Chief of Police George T. Wood month. f.ir nil the eggs ho cou1 get nt 1 3 will prevent his acceptance and was 21 degrees below zero nnd the were joined by Samuel, and they nt notiffies the public in nnother col- ties cj!.l per dozen, it will be seen thnt wounded. As it was she sustained a known what Mr. W. II. Salsnow was 23 inches deep. 1 didn't once went to the creekto oegin their umn that no more nshes must be it is not we nre faring better considerably slight fracture of the shoulder, a hip exlee, who is located in Baltimore, get one of your papers last week. I sport and nfter cutting quite n num ViirtiTS sit trin ntrniira .... thpn the people of Little Britain. The bruised and had her forehead connnd nllnt'o pects to do. Harrodsburg ,... DemoI I ..r .!..! I... ! think it wns on account of the snow ". ....., .... u.c-- nv mKU ... Thcn, wa! some excusc for ft prob crat. The Sallees are Mrne has at last arrived when we will siderably cut. The train was running brothers of nnd bad ronds. All through trains hunt for more ice to skate on nnd ably during the rold spell, but cereither have to forget the taste of a couple of hours late and evidently Mrs. Robert Benton Woods, of this and be- tainly coming from the east had three en- finally found a nice lay-oeggs or serve them like you would Mrs. Treadway thought it had passthere is none now and Mr city. gines bo you mny know we had some gan skating again, but one of them Wood is going to see thnt it is stopa watermelon or canteloupe quar ed. big snow. I am working every day grew a little suspicious of the ice ped. ter them. It will sound strange to be CIRCUIT CLERKS LOSE OUT but I don't know how soon 1 will be and dared the others to go on skatLIBERTY SERVICE LEAGUF Circuit Clerks are not entiltcd to asked if you have a piece of egg, but HEMP RAISERS AND OTHERS nlled to France If I nm enlled I ing. After some conversation as to Tho articles of associntion of the a fee of 25 cents for excusing each then these nre war times and we A meeting will be held at the will do "my bit" to help put 11(11 them being cowards, all decided to Liberty Service League nppear elseperson summoned on a special venire should be surprised at nothing. in Stanford nt 2 o'clock Kniser out of the wny. Wishing you go together and when they reached court-hous- e where in this paper. The object of for judy service, but not accepted HEMP GROWERS ORGANI7E the League i3 ot serve, ns its name line nnd nil n prosperous New Year the other end of the pond nil went Saturday nfternoon, Feb. 2nd, to nor sworn, the Court of Appeals held, nnd into wnter to their neks. They fi- - which hemp raisers and farmers gen- Boyle county hemp growers have indicates and members of, nnd they and I thank the Wnynesburg reversing the Franklin Circuit Court Kings Mountain writers for the nnlly succeeded in getting out nn.l crnlly nre cordinlly invited. The coun- - in nre nmong tho best citizens of tho the suits of Kelley Smither, Clerk organized nnd will try and iet 11 mnde for the home of James Reid. ty agent of Woodford county nnd of the Franklin Circuit Court, nnd to 17c. Following nro som? of tbe town nnd surrounding section, have news." other gentlemen who have studied Louis Finley, Clerk of the Scott Cir gentlemen in the organizat'on: Col. pledged themselves to do whnt they NO PICTURE SHOWS SUNDAY farming from every standpoint will cuit Court, ngainst State Auditor R. R. G. Evnns; Col. Geo. F. Anderson, can to aid in successfully waging war INCOME TAX FORMS Tho Appelate Court has decided s, against autocracy nnd preserving deFor tho benefit of all those who address those who attend. I.. Green. By contemporaneous con Messrs. J. F. Epperson, W. P Jhat It is n violation of the Sunday did not seo Deputy Collector Sauf. Geo. A. McRoberts, Chus. W. mocracy in this good country. The colto closing law to conduct n moving pic- ley in regard to imome tax, blanks WAS FEELING ALL RUN DOWN struction they uru permitted toLeague meets at the court-hous- e lect in the case of a rcgulnr venire. Cnldwell, A. E. Hundley, W. P. ture show on Sunday in iilfirnung the on vvhiih to make out returns to the Louis Uuckncr, Somerset, Va., John C. Robinson and Josh night, when Judge C. A. Hardin, of cuse of tho Capital Theatre Compnny Collector at Danville, have beer left writes: "I wns feeling nil run down; Harrodsburg, will nddrcss it. Jones. DEATH OF YOUNG LADY of Frankfort, against the Common-wealtnt ench of the Stanford banks, nnd tired, with pnins in my bnck. After daughter of An eightcen-yenr-olA fine of not more than $50 they can be bad for the asking. Tl)o taking Foley Kidney Pills I felt like EXPLOSIVE LICENSING AGENT Richard Frazier, who lives in the READ GOODE & DUNKIE'S AD may be assessed for each offense. County Judge T. A. Rice has been forms nre simple, nnd if you did not(n new man." Rackache, rheumatic Chappell's Gap section of the county, Your nttcntion is nlled to the get to take the matter up with Dep- - pains, Rtiff joints, sore muscles, swol- - died Wednesday after n protracted of Goode & Dunkic, the appointed Explosive Licensing Agent THE LYNNWOOD SCHOOL county. It is necessary blnd uty Saufley, while he was here, you Ion ankles, nnd illness of tuberculosis. The burial oc Covington seed men, who hnve n for Lincoln ....... uuu ... School will open again nt Lynn-woo- 1. . .ui'si. ........' wiu ui .1... j.i.i'rn der ailments yield quickly to this curred this afternoon in tho old special messago for tho Lincoln coun- now for any one handling explosives ua.i school-hous- e Monday, Jan. 28, nnd read t o er carefully. If you time-trie- d remedy. Sold Everywhere. Ephesus church burying ground, nenr ty peoplo in today's paper. The firm such ns dynamite, liafter having been dismissed several then think vnu nro required to mnke Chappell's Gap, after services at the is n thoroughly reputable one nnd etc., to get a license to sell it. The Old King Conl E"s) nays on account 01 ine nun umiiicr, cense only costs 25c, but the failure report, call nt the oflico of Collecchurch by Mr. J. C. McCJary, of this those dealing with it may cxepct fair Was a grouchy old soul, All tho pupils nro uired to be pres tor Hughes at Danville, before March to secure such might cost $5,000 or city. Deceased was a splendid young and courteous treatment. egg was he A ent Monday nnd every .lay tallowing 1st, ns nftcr thnt time a penalty of a year in jail, or may be both, so you lady and her many friends are sadHe kept his hoard until the close of tho term. Mrs. 50 per cent, will bo placed on tho had better sec the judge and get tho HAVE YOU READ IT? dened by her untimely death. Whilo the prices soared, Mcllee, tencher. tax found due, mtd in addition n fine Have you read "Wnlkover?'' Mc- necessary papers if you proposo sellWith never 11 pound of from $20 to $1,000 will be A FULL WEEK OF IT Roberts, Bnilcy & Rupley have issued ing explosives. her"trouble :s gone For me. On Sunday we no sugar eat. a story in theree volumes which you i)av!s, Montgom- - cd Mrs. Thomas II. TRIAL AGAIN CONTINUED On Monday wo refrain from meat. can read if you will watch their show Vr ery, Ind., says she had troublo with DANCE ON FEBRUARY l.t The examining trial of Garfield On Tuesday all our bread is rye. windows a little while. blndder and had doctored for HAD THE GRIP THREE WEEKS her The best dance of the season will Elder, for shooting Fred Debllne, On Wednesday we cut out our pie. With January comes Ingrippe, linM several months without relief, when bo given Friday night, Feb. 1st nt the doing was agnin continued by County In tho On Thursday butter has no call. "I would not think nbout Ki Foley Kidney Pills were recommend gering colds seem to settle Acey Auditorium. Every one is invitOn Friday we've no milk nt nil. without tho Interior Journal," writes Judge T. A. Rice Thursday. Debllne ed and she commenced using them system, causing one to ncho all over, ed. L. E. Epperson, of Sweetwater, was not able to como from his home On Saturday we dine on meal. and got relief. They relieve back- - feel feverish nnd chilly, tired, heavy niche, rheumatic pains, stiir, swollen nnd drooping. Mrs. Lizzie Tyles, HenAnd so, you seo, wa somehow feel Texas. He proves his words by send- in the East End and Judge Rice set 1 joints and kidney trouble. Sold Ev derson, Ky., writes : "My daughter NOTICE! We do our bit, and so, perchance, ing along a check for a year in ad- next Thursday for tho trial. The erywhere. hooting occurred just before Christ-maYou nre warned not to throw ashI gave Contribute to the cuts of France. vance. had lugrippe for three weeks, and it is claimed was the result High-clas- s her Foley's Honey nnd Tar nnd now es or other trash on tho streets or aljob printing at the In .V of a horse trade. Join the Red Cross today. leys. G. T. Wood, Marshal. The Interior Journal $1.60 a year. Bho is all right." Sold Everywhere. office terlor Journal ' I I . "'" I'c . ... "'" on-jm- Cincin-darThC- mnnth,-prehvl,'tw'-- rine nnti-AtIan- b.-r- r 1 ..., - Giv-en- g, h. d g d -- nitro-glyccrin- c, It 11 J o r B 8-- r a. .tr .j jt" tMtttfk l. Lah.jLVH MttnLnaafrrff v ' .it,- :Kl HatWJfi SP Wie:V Page Two JUNCTION CITY Cosby, of Lexington, hns been visiting Miss Knte McFnr-Inn- d nml other relative. o A tree fell on the Dick Hell telephone line recently nml broke Prof, Ombbs' connection with the outside world nnd having broken the clock spring, wc were cut oft from nsking the oxrhnnge for the right time, so with the help of Kll Cnbrll, Prof. Grnhln nml Hnvdcn raided the pole nnd rcprlrcd the damage. Rev. Crrmll rinvd, of Lexington, wns prevented from prearhing here, on xeeount of weather. Horn to Mr ind Mrs. Jehn Powell, n fine bov. who a been nimed Jhn Henry. The liie on Crest en I Height nt Danville. formerly of Mra, ,I"mc wn Liberty, bwt now of Ar-the iMt of Mr. nnd Mrs. O. A. Dunn last wek Mr. W. T Ke'Vv. who wm btir'e last wtelt. " Merged to n ree.n.-bloffice In boh fSe Kn'ffcs of 'h" Mpceabeesi "fd Miden Woednv" Imt wr '':"rd before he ven Install-m- l n e'ther. ' A Ufr Pd Pss hw bwn put in "t for both the Maccbne II-th" end .Inn'ors. for ouch gave $2P ftir the ratise. Mrs, .T. W. Bs'W htiK lust returnwhere she vised frum Mrn (J ited Ct.mii Wheeler nnd relative Miss Alma nve-nuh-nn 1 o H Mpc-cpbh-- s The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, January 25, 1918 " Who Will Win This OTTENHEIM The people in this section arc busy Ciilti'ig wood M'M Annie Sennit": wns the guest of Mr. Earl Russell Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Popenhagen nnd daughter are visiting relative In Wisconsin. Mr, nnd Mrs. (J. J. Bcnke are visiting his brother nnd her sister In Illinois. Mr. B. G. Russell sold his steam tractor to E. F, Bless for $1,500. Otto Ensslin and J. W. Kuwll are building n blacksmith shop in which they expect to do n big business. Mr. Emil Payne and Mr. Henry Ensslin went to Cincinnati Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Irvin are on the sick lht. W. M. Lnndgraf and Simon Petrey Battle?" Mt'ch of J our cotuiirt depends upon kno im tii.i. your system Mill perform Its ill.rtlnns prop'f'V. Your kidneys are mo (liters of the body. If they tKTotne Inactive nnd fall to elimmatter, they aro apt to inate the wn-tthrow the whole mechanism of the Ihnly out of otilor, thus toxic polon ran accumulate In the system and bo as deadly as snake eiiom. Besides ratting tlin minor ailments of rheiimattni, sciatica, lumbago and backache, neglect if tho kidneys Is apt to develop li.'c nioro serious diseases, such as dlnlietes or Mono In the Madder, Rid the lHhly of toxic olon.s tho bladder and kidneys and euro thn twinge of rhrumatlKnt with Anurlc (iloiiliio strength ). A titirlc was ipt discovered by Dr. Pierce, nml has benefited thousand, of sufferer as well as nppenseil and eliminated tho rnvnxes of the morn serious kidney dls- eases. Now procurable at any good droit store, It you have rhetimatlm or kidney trouble, why not let Dr. Pierce's Anurlc iiiouuio sucngin j win mo nainov Huxtinotov, W. V.V. "1 will sayth.it tho Anurlc Tablets aro tho Ixt I over tried: they relievo any form of kidney trouble quicker than any niiullclno I havo ever used. 1 took about one third of tho bottle and was greatly My r daughter t.nd Ki were I Hi? with pain In back so that they could hardly sleep at night, so gao thce. they urn tho rest and The office of our ch'ef of police them as thoy wcro they think entirely relieved by lino, Mr. Joe Tionta. been moved to what they used. Anurlc must Im a very Shin nnd Mr. Eu- efficient remedy as ono Imx helped thren the old people All Dr. Plcrco's Remedies that I gene Cobv went along. ft- 5fr,.sfo imi. fimilv have havo used I havo found very satisfacmoved to Akron, O , where ho has a tory." Mlts. Eu. Dk Fok, 1011 4th Ae. RAKFoitn, N. Car "It Is with (treat I Indorse most Prcf n L. Omhhs nil son, Hay-de- n fleasiiro that Anurlc Tablets. unreservedly sulTered the War Con- with kidney trouble for about Iten years. Grubbs ference at Louisville. taking tho first box of Anurlc 1 was After Dr. II. S. Chase has been commisso much Improved that I would mtwant sioned as a Captain in the Medical to bo without them. I shall highly recommend them to my friend, for they arc Corns of Uncle Sam'o nrmy. truly grand." Mita. A. I). Liucii. W. M. Baucom has been in Wash ington, D. C, on business '' i. MIDDLEBURG itly oc . v. ... rurr's. who cr.-,- i Middlcburg still ,.., house. Mrs. we are glad to isnote. on the map, .. . .u p, ....... . . i ,, ,!tn j,cr hack to Brack Godbcy has moved to the tlrps ws icnited Hogue place beyond Yosemite, Mr. the . i . x, tj,0 heroic Strange, who runs the light plant ar --.M- - " v nS, 3nvp,j her ... ' .r.1. n Serpeantlife. and grist mill has moved to the house V- - t at left by Mr. Godbcy. - i,Pon transferred q. .. "".-!- -We note the arrival of a little boy in the home of Rev. C. I). Chick e i suf-fo1 ltr rHntv nt"y'd j, . " ft , '- -- ..,)t y- - i f ' , . ,i - ne r - ' - ".--..i- iip -! I r-.- ni. ' -- to it. n has rented .the Stan- pur-- j,, ,j f . Uf'crDT' t- u- i. Tn Ncweu, he , i.ni t- - of Smoot. of Utnh, makes certain sate-mpwh;ch hould compel some immediate nction bv Congress alonp th" Utio. v.'. mensures suprests. He savs that he has vet to mest a person who understands just what the lnw means as it stinds. This is the cxnerienee of everybody else who has jrivon attention to the matter. He says that ho has yet to find any two persons, professionally or otherwise, who interpret these sections alike, and esnecially the excess pro-tisection. This is also the common experience. He savs that the law is undergoing actual daily almost amendment throueh an advisory board to the Tax Collection llureau. in the guise o' Interpretations can makf u;ir collection equal and just. The Smoot bill provides for quite as much revenue as tho present act. It makes of the excess profits section a war profits section and bases the tax on the certain and already determined eornorntion profits for the years just before the war. Congress can make the ehanee without any disturbance and in application to the war taxes for tho past year about to be collected. In simple justice to the taxpayer as well as t" itself as a lawmaking body. Congress should make this ehant'e and make it at once. New York World. nt ts ond "rcess irofits tax sections 'io v 'cvenoe act. Senator t .ri''mn.i nndrirofullv simplify -- H'n Tvps M&DK c- CERTAIN preDar-e- (j the since our last. Mrs. Mary Adams is very sick, threatened with pneumonia. Our mails got woefully out of joint last week on necount of snow tiritts along the route. People down here are anxious to know if the dimensions of the colored woman mentioned in a late letter were carefully taken by your correspondent up there. T. W. Branson bought of Mack Fogle and W. T. Jasper 10 slioats at 14 cents. A hack load of badly "boozed" young men passed through town Saturday. They wore from Cincinnati. They changed cars at Yosemite and sonic of them could not "track" well. Fuel supplies here ran low several times since the cold weather began and had to be replenished from the woods near by. If the Kniser could have seen the sweaters and pairs of socks that were brought in by the Red Cross people at Yosemite Saturday he would have at least a faint idea of the high esteem in which our boys at the front are held by the Indies of this vicinity. Now that the quail family has been almost completely wiped out ot existence by the long continued severe weather, the Legislature might as well abolish the office of Game Warden, which wns about as useless to start with as the three buttons at the bottom of n little tidy's first pants. Walter Jones, who was at home from Camp Taylor during the holidays took back with him the engle captured by W. T. Moore, mentioned in our last letter. It had entirely recovered from the slight wound in one of its wings. A gentleman at Winchester, who saw the account of its capture sent Mr. Moore an ofTer of 55 for it. ilus-tonvil- Any doctor will tell you thnt the the homefolks. Inprc'cn's if Vinol as printed below Ugel, tho bright little wn of Mr contain t elenvntsi needed to Imchildrt.il prove '.lie l.c ' '' f debo-.nnd Mrs. J L. Anderson, h and reatorc iu. u.1'' to old people. quite ill, but is better. 1 f I'rpto' es ' " 04It t r wl,f iM1rs li. n "n& Mrs. J. P. Arno'd nnd si"- - " " Rft ,1 Cn Amman ' I Boils nnd Rice, left Iwt vtb ?'' Utftirliiil"ilrl .""i s where they c- -" t to m' w'.-.! )v '.in or home. The re- -' ' tH ''- -i ' '" Thwe c! '.('.. n o:twii. di parents ,; -h M". rJMtv prove tl.. . at our evc join them In Resides t:.: - id ' ... . c:.!dren .. ' Mrs. Mmo" V - ' ''iiB like riil the r i . . ot " misfortune to . ud vlullty Vlwol to r. FLORIDA'S SUGAR INDUSTRY very Imdlv vVt" rwn ip'ti and over- to vmk, i The Board of Trade of New Port corn knife fe" h" Viw n warlitd, rtir-- . .n arc biH.v filling out questionnaires. Tty it. II art not entirely sat ' The ninny Men- - nt Mr Charlie Montag has returned from Richey, Flu., has a considerable agisifoL vf will return your money '" membership, nnd these Cyrus Johnson wH" bi ricultural Cincinnati. wHhewt sjntMi)Mi; ttet proves our ' f MilMr. J. Ij. Ohlluiin is keeping cloe farmer members have agreed to plant that their lltt'e (jriraoM and yar preiacttrn. 1,00 acres of sugar cane in that lo- much better iums of pzc?U turva U.a iw.ivinceJ n certon to home in fear of measles, tUa way. Mr. Paul Ensslin is working at cality as a beginning in establishing of pncumonln. Ky. I. . industry. City members A few nlfjhts f'nei. orr with the Daniel Boone a sugar-can-e " Shepherdsville body pledge them- pic stormed I'- - ' M MMt"i nd of this commercial Oil Co. MT. ' n IA i Mr. and Mrs. John Bratohcr were selves to take stock in n sugar fac- wife with a nlc found nsrtr are Mr. and ,, guests of Mr. ami Mrs. James Old- tory, and it is expected that by next one present sprit n most njn' b.iby rojotrinp fall sugar making mny bo begun on n evening. ham Sunday. girl in th r ' n AnMr. Fred Schlappi is on the sick small scale, adding factory units ns Mia Idi " '! . i nd One mnn movine- irom . cane acreage increases. rn list. the distance of ten m:,"s. na Hutdi Mr. C. G. Boone has bought the nfte' pn.l ng Christmas with thinks himself lucky that he didn't The News, u new paper, has been break anything except one of th their areni Mr and Mrs. J. W, Farmers Telephone Co. Price unestablished at Enrlington by Kd Commandments a time or two. known. Hutrlon rf H gblaiid. Mrs. Sue Russell is on the sick Young, of Madisonville. It is a The Hlghbind section is recoverfour-pagpaper. The Enrl- AMERICA'S RAILROAD WEALTH ing from a severe attack of the list. Bee suspended publication Mr. Emil Benson's horse foil down ington Here, in brief, nre the vital facts Mr. Jack Flannery nnd family with him on account of the bad ro.nl sevural weeks ago and the N wm will concerning the railroads of the Unit be issued now. nnd was injured very badly. ed States: Number of -- a'lroad eor- - have mitved to the O. (I. Speako kicked by a Mr. F. Goetz was porations, lit; number of .rti' ofj plaee. WAR PARAGRAPHS horse. Mr. rord in opernt ns. -- ' :i ' An embargo has been placed on number of sVrrh"Mis Rev. Father Leo and Emil Benson . few weeks, s"-Mr were out sleigh riding one day Inst the exportation of butter, except to Tonl rap 'utfey and family vt'in week and their sleigh broke down nations associated with the United 0B2: net emli" tnr t:t tho Alfred ltaunh fcv f- : nnd they had to walk about four States in war. 70.46X'1- - n pjBf. sev- ietfl Vigorous campaigns are on in miles. . Mr. r have settled el "- - 1 Itufft v. r.' eral States to increase the use of di i home previously Miss Lena Wentzcl is recovering wood for fuel in place of coal. In oftrntmn tor '9!" hw1 . S u iMitchison. Virginia, convict labor is employ od. nfM conflon. nvl .i t - r from a !.evcre cafe of measles. to provide wood for fuel. y..r., $t". RRTOf. an school is now clos- ThM Mr. J. R. Uratcher purchased from ? weather f r '4'ifi y r, , of dan th-- r. e Rev. F II. Schumann .slipped o i en' Mr G. Benke his farm for . 'f,., .1 ,.. J rf r J and fiiuiily, Mr. the ice nnd hurt himself very badl;. $75 an acre. ' "lv ItM c"r "r. John nf ,. Jim B rt i" nf n WIN l" Bastln r fi eighty-tourt- h H ! birthday cf eir fntiiur, S. S. Bus tin cuntfS tJ.OflO ( IMtn int!tutkin, inehHi'mc HI WW mo ft last Sandny by saving hank, with 11.SM Tf.r. ,' Mr. and Mr. M S. Burnsidc have positore, anil ineMrmicw cmnn.-inovd fro- - Wis section to their new outstanding 41,ftWfWM1 I f hoi,M ii .ul.c-st- er. SacessfuHy used for fifty years. I This wonderful remedy is without an having 81 vr and commercial p)tcie, ! Mr. John Rogers now owns the T equal as a mood puriner, being prop Eczema and similar skin troubles ably the oldest blooj medicine on the cent of thuir Mwfai inTMtwi in r ? J. Burloeiin farm and store and Mr. come from a disordered, impure con- market. It has been sold by drug way tHtcuritiem. Kurloaon has moved to the Hamilton dition of the blood, and they can gists for fifty years. pkicc on the Tick Ridge rtmd only be cured by giving the blood a The Hurt farm of 101 aers n"'r y You are invited to write thorough cleansing, and removing Then said the mother to her son, for complete and lull advice as to Mt. Sterling, whs wild at Mas' from it all traces if impurity. Sale at I2f." t r nnd pointed to this shield, "Corar This is win S. S. S. has been used the treatment of your own case. Ad- Commiaaioner'a tract nearby sold at with it when tho battle's done, or on so successfully in hundreds of cases dress, Chief Medical Adviser, Swift ncre. A Atlanta, Go, SIB I. of Eczema and other skin eruptions. Specific Co., Dept. II it fror the field." Montgomery. THE "GOOSE KING" The "goose king" of Illinois, Wm. Firke, near Bloomlngton, shipped 75,01)0 geese to .Nuw iork nnd other cities for the Christmas trade during December, breaking his previous record of 50,000 reached In one yenr. He has the dictinction of feeding n greater number of geese than any other mnn in the United States and his poultry farm attracts thousands of visitors. Mr. Firke is lnrgcly responsible for the substitution of this fowl for turkey in many American homes. They can be sold for one half the price of turkeys and many house wives believe the meat is fully its delicious us turkey when properly PREACIIERSVILLE Mrs. Jesse II. Lawrence has been indisposed. Mr. Fred Bell, of Corbln, hns been visiting his father, Mr. Levi Bell. Mrs. W. II. Cummins, who has been quito sick, Is convalescing, Mr. Bert Holtr.rlnw hns returned to Indinnn nftcr n plensnnt visit w th VINOL MAKES CHILDREN STRONG And Invigorates Old People hn e fr o mn-dow- ti "-cr ih'h hr i -- W-'- rfr !'-- tiJ "" rcm-munit- - Cin-rinn- e mea-ulle- n, T 1 l- sM-- '- yr. r-- . F-i- nI " lfil-acr- t Fiery Eczema and Skin Eruptions Readily Yield to This Old Remedy ,.,,.,, ; f ' e ALLEN HEIATT. Atst. MnmRrr Walnut Street Warehouse JOHN S. VAN WINKLE Secretary JESSE W. OVERSTREET. A.tt. Mfr. People1! Tubacco Warehouse rel Js ?, loC5ytWt3MKsliia JwiftalLtIBAwaVV.jBaaaVllVmJr,'lM' - . )' r . Sfi'ti . ' rSt a " iZr It it X aaaltTi si E?v M f laJsaaal UmAki developing under the strain of real war. It used to be n process largely of text book study and dignified drill, calculated to produce an instant and precise control over a body of men. Now at the training camps, particularly behind the lines in France, o.ur boys are learning every bit of the technical work. An officer now must handle machine guns until he knows them better than the gunners, must throw grenades and discharge shells, rehearse formations for an attack nnd operate the gas and flame work. He must know every detail so that when things go wrong he will know why. It is a great training. Not merely will it make a man a better officer than the old text book drill, but it will make him mechanically resourceful when the war is over. MAKING ARMY OFFICERS It is interesting to see how the work of training an army officer is (22 rt Mfi affections; Thro.its and Bronchial soothes, heals and gives quick relief. a 5?S S BS11I eia This fifty year old remedy eases Sore Bar AV IP g gfftrASi & ? a JrA- -, " BrntBwHasaaBBBBkb&'r.t a. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaMaaaaaaaaaaaiaaKaTitwi Baaaaaaaaaaaaaaa?aBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaB V?iL)?2r,,'iiir,S'SU-iJ- l KfniSaiir - Wt iAf??0tvSaaaaVBaaBaaHBaHc9'9iBaaBlBawaa1 'TStKKM BraBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBT ismcoverY Colds for Coughs s KeepyosrStoaich BkK in OS Prices Still Running High On the Danville Breaks. Averages Still Soaring and the Growers Are Highly Pleased We will hold auction sales every day, excepting Saturday and holidays from now on. You can rest assured that and manDanville will be the highest market in this section, as we are the closest market to the largest ufacturing plants in the world. Our accommodations for both man nnd 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 prico for your tobacco. All the large factory buyers are on hand at each sale. We have experienced men in all Our departments to look after your interests, including two of the finest auctioneers in this or any other state. charges for selling tobacco will be the same as last year. The fact that everything else has increased makes no difference here. Tho warehouses do not buy tobacco except on sale at auction. We do a strictly commission business. Free stables and no rejection fee. Appreciating your post patronage, we hope you will see your way clear to bring us your tobacco, guaranteeing you the highest market prices, absolutely accurate weights and on all around square deal. acres harvested pounds of rice. This cereal is n very good substitiute for pota"I think I know what lovo Is for, toes, and much cheaper at current although I am not quito sure. I think prices. love is given us so wc can see a soul. Under judgment of Lincoln Circuit And this soul wc sec is the highest Court in case of J. S. Coleman, etc. conception of ' excellence nnd truth Plaintiff vi. South Fork Spoke Co., wo can bring forth. This soul is our Defendant. reflected self. And from seeing ON MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1918 at '2 P M., at the courthoute door in what one soul is, wo imngino what Stanford, Ky I will sell to the high-e- one's soul may bo and thus wo bidder upon credit of six months, God, Who is tho Universal the following described real estate reach Soul." Elbert Hubbard. in Lincoln county, Kentucky, te: In tho town of McKinney and bounded on the north by laws of Croup At Midnif-h-t Well In Morning Henry Nunnelley, on the east by C. "A few nights ngo ono of my paN. O. & T. P. It. It. Co., right of way, trons had u small child taken with on west by lands of II. C. Nunnelley, croup about midnight." writes M. T. on south by lands of McMullin & Co. Davis, Buarsville, W. Va. 'They enmo und containing two acres more or to my store and got a bottle of 's less, being tho l.uid of the South Honey nnd Tar. Before mornSpoko Company, or so much ing the child had entirely recovered.' Fork thereof as may be necessary to re- Uso only Foley's for coughs, colds, cover tho sum of $300 with six per croup and grip. Sold Evcryuwhcre. cent, from Nov. 2, 1U14 and tho furL. Tillett Drane, of Eminence, ther sum ot $42.40 and the further sum of $40, costs to nccruc. from fourteen sows raised nnd sold H. C. BAUGHMAN, Sheriff of Lincoln County. Kentucky $4,400 worth of hogs besides keepJ. N. Saunders, Att'y for Plaintiff. J ing $250 worth to kill. GO.OOO 250,-000,0st Fo-ley- from Latt year the State of California tni Liter Healthy A vigorous Stomach, perfect working Liver and regular acting Bowels, if you will use Dr. King's New Life Pills. have a They correct Constipation tonic effect on the system eliminate poisons throueh the Bowels. Peoples Tobacco Warehouse Co. Incorporttul I. M. DUNN, President DANVILLE, KENTUCKY The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, January 25, 1918 Eighth Knch person, before becoming n member of this organlm- Thero has existed In Stanford for l"-l- ... l - I L.v -- l Hon nhall file with the secretary, the -the punt two months wh-i- t in !tn..wn f0j0WnR pctjRe: &5? ns the LU.ortv Service rW hM-lcs :,. I l Contents ISfluid Bfaohrn nonnlc, save those who hive Aflcr mn.uro rcfIScUoni nnJ CC)P. 01 memt.crs. have i.een mn.ii c,onllol, consj,.crnton., of mv ,hl. pbcn of ,h(, Unu,(, gtrlcf For Infants nnd Children. the cx'sUnrc of such on orn'rM.on Uo boon no pfTort,of Amt,ricn but rcnllv there h nn(I ,u,onnntnR nil nt secrecy nbnut thn m"ltpr Dr. R personal nmbltlon nnd nil selHsh deprut Ilrown. our sires nnd purposes, I hereby dedarc: beloved townsman, U th" I urn willing to servo my govern-mn- t of thp Leprue nnd rww'hlv In nny capacity my services there It no othpr nrppnl'i't'on til'p 'I nre needed nnd dcnuindcd, in order th" " In Kentucky, nnd nrolnlilv 'n to win the wnr; f mini -- .1 TEH CUNt AAMMblYcnafa1ionffAJ United Stnte. It nt.irted with f"'ir I will do nil In my power to pro? members nnd now It h h" on If tect Its citizenship nnd the homo of similntinilUicrood by RefinUV tlnitlhoStomcliSftndiKwyg roster many of Stanford' met our boys who have pone forth to worthv clfrens ns wpII ns other of fipht under its flog; the surrounding sert'nn. 'Nip ntiWt I will make every effort nnd needof the I.eni'iip Is to sprve In tlip ful sacrifice to uphold its laws nnd trying t'mes In nnv wnv pnVhli nnd defend its honor; do nil In Its nowpr to siitpWuI'v I will go wherever duty calls, to lincmt.NoTNcoT,c1 prospruto nnd sneed'l" trrm'nntn ' the end thnt the world may be made war. To look nfter the wives, jtopTvMSMinMax safe for democracy and that democnnd In some enses. parents of racy mny lie snfe In the world. the bovs who have gone to do ilntv nt the front. In fi"p. to prvp in nnv Dr. E. J. Ilrown is presiding officer pnonc'tv it run. The Articles of As of the League nnd Dr. T, W. Penf sociation wh'ch follow e've a belter nington is secretary. The pastors of poncept'on of the Lenfiip's nurnns the four churches of this city nre A hcIpfulKcrocdy fof than can be briefly stnted here. Thpy among its most active nnd enrnest ConMlpntJonandUl nre: workers. The meeting plncc is in the Article, Of Aincit!nn Of county court room nnd each Friday TIip Librrtv Lppiip evening nt 7 o'clock the members resuttinCtbrttfrorajni First The nnme of th's nnwnln. gather there nnd spend an hour. The rncimileSitfnstu" t'on shnll be The Liberty Service meeting tonight will be nddresed League. by Ju.ltre Charles A. Hardin, of Har- nnd rodtburg, nnd Second The sole purno it is hoped thct evcrv 1 most endenvor of this orgsniration member will be on hr.nd. The colored NEW yum Is. and shall be to aid. in ovrrv wnv men of Stanford nre preparing for possible, rnd support bv nil iust the orgnnizntion of n similnr League means in its power rs nn on'nnirnt'on nnd the members of the Liberty Sernnd in the power of individiinl mem- vice League nre giving them nil the bers thereof, our government in all nid needed. Rev. A. L. Cauldcr, pasof its efforts to suceessfiillv proe- - tor of the colored Iiuptist church, is l xct Copy of Wrapper. rute nnd speedily terminate the wnr nn enthusiastic worker in the cause it Is now waging nirninst the foes of He says he is going to sec that the democracy nnd civllimtion, nnd to colored League is a go; that his KIND WORDS FOR THE I. J. FOR MRS. W. A. TKIIU1LE further and promote this noble and members and others of the males of "My wife mill I dearly love to get patriotic purpoe. the organization his The EI I'uso, Texas, Morning color are quite as patriotic ns Times contains the following, which the Interior Journal and to rend the nnd every individual member there- their white brothers. news from our old home. We get big- of, shall render such active service. will be rend with interest by Mrs. JUNCTION CITY Tribble many friends in her huir" ger papers but we enjoy none more in the vicinnge, as may be necessary: than we do the I. J.," writes A. E. and it shall be the solemn duty of Supt. O. II. Fallis does not mind town here: from Decatur, III. every member thereof to report cold weather for he was in Perryvillc Mrs. William Tribble. of Stanford, "I have taken the Interior Journal promptly to the executive committee last week visiting the school thero, Ky., who is the bouse guest of her brother, Dr. J. A. Pickett, nt tbeir so long that I would not know how nny nnd nil treasonable nets or ut- and he was n welcome guest of the i do without it," writes Urn. C. C terances, or unpatriotic criticisms of Junction City school Monday when borne on Mesa nvenue, wns bonoree deloveliest teas given in V.illinm.1, of Mt. Vernon, as he ei.-r- l the government or of nny of its the mercury went below 11 nt one of the yes $l.fiO to pay him u;i to .'nn. chief executive officers or nny of the grees FriHe made an encouraging nnd Kl I'nso during the departments or branches thereof, of warlike and stamp saving speech Mrs. Pickett wan 1910. day afternoon. Dr. P. P. Truehenrt, of .Sterling, which thev may have knowledge or which was warmly encored by the hostess nt this nffuir, which is one of In-- t receive information. boys and girls. He said that he would the many affairs thnt nre being plan-tie- Kansas, who has lietn ta!. ng the ,or Journal for nearly I ' oi.r Third All male citizens of the do all he could to get two more for Mrs. Tribble during hrr ituy ml hnn '"vc very .iij'' United Stntes of America, over the rooms for our overcrowded school in the city. The Pickett home wns rimit for it -unusually nttrnctively decorated in .1 Minis to say nliiit his ... Lome pn age of 21 years and of high moral by September. character, and zealously nnd patri Mrs. Jennie C. Grubbs resumed motif of purple nnd pink. Mrs James lu' Mrs. IJ. Cover, of the West End, otically devoted to the welfare of our her Domestic exScience work here on Dick poured ten from n tn'-lI. J. to Aug. 1018, and nation, shall be eligible to member- Monday with n lecture to the pupils quisitely done in these tints. It was. paid for her : "I can't do without the paper ship, but can only become members about a well balanced meal ration centered with a hanging bwket if said when it shall be so determined by for them. purple grapes, encrusted with pink let it come on another year." Mrs. I Idle Henderson, of the Paint the membership committee. carnations nnd veiled in pink tulle. Prof. E. L. Grubbs and son, Hay-do- n Fourth The meetings, until and Continuations of the pink tulle ex- Lick section of (Inrmrd, writes as Y. Grubbs spent Tuesday nt she sends $1.50 for her paper nn unless otherwise decided by the exec Loiusville nt the War Conference. tended to the corners of the table, other year: "Hnve taken the I. J utive committee, shall be restricted while pink lighted tapers n'Med nn They met with Supt. V. O. Gilbert, nco 18.0 and cant do without it. to members only and shall be held Profs. E. C. McDougle and Keith, of effective finish. Throughout the draw-- , come on. I wish you weekly, nt such time nnd plncc ns lag nnd dining rooms, clusters of E. K. N. S., Supt Selph, of Oldham PPy n P'Prou. ycr." mny he determined by the executive county and Mrs. M. L. Hall, of Shelviolets and narcissi"" J! pink emotions, The Interior Journal's old friend. committee. No matter, not strictly were placed here nnd ther, while n by. While there they visited his broMr. O. P. Newland, of Hurnside, germane to the fundnmentnl princi- ther, Maj. D. T. C. Grubbs at Camp few flngs ndded a pntr!ot;c touch. During the hour of four nnd tlve, :i f formerly of Lincoln, where he should ples nnd purposes of the orgnnizn- - Taylor. The snow in Louisville was bo now. sends $2 and usks that bis liiiyc number of friends called to tion shnll be introduced or discussed paper be creidited with that amount. nt nny meeting, nnd this provision 1G inches on the level and the streets meet Mrs. Tribble, who Is growing I snow and the want every copy of my old home shnll be promptly nnd stritcly en were blockaded with to be n favorite with many in El temperature was nt zero P"Pr," he says, " for I always like forced by the presiding officer. No morning. Lieut. Clarence Wednesday Pnso. A number of other nffnirs nro Perkins, of being planned in honor of t'.is vmI- - l" re"a. "uou ",B KOoa K,1,IC' "' impromptu speech shnll be longer Iirodhoad, is at Division Hcadquar ,U,,r l''coln.' tor, one of them being an informal thnn five minutes, without the voted ters, but the snow was too deep to ll.,AtlAl - i. j;ivri. t... 11.11 conent of the members present. iiy liu iril lo travel in to find anybody. Rut we Fifth The officers of the organi- visited the Liberty Theatre nnd saw White Tuesday. Mrs. C. L. Pellinm nlso is plnnning somctning of the zation shall be n president, three three reels of training a soldier how-tnnd a secretary. The rnme nntur. salute an officer nnd his country's president shnll preside nt nil meet- colors, and pistol loading nnd firing. Offer Thin And 5c. Our Jitnry ings of the orgnnizntion nnd shnll be Mr. Dewitt Hall nnd Jnmes Hall, Don't miss this. Cut this slip, enits chief executive officer. The of Louisville, old Shelby City folks, close with five cents to Foley & Co., in the order of appoint- were very kind to us while in LouisJ8!ir Sheffield Ave., Chicago, III., ment, shall in the absence of the ville Tuesday and Wednesday. writing your name nnd address clearpresident, preside nt the meetings, Mr. Garnett Prathcr, one of Hoyle ly. You will receive in return a trial nnd the secretary shall make nnd county's boys nt Camp Taylor, Is package contnlning Foley's Honey keep nn nccurnte report of nil meet- making good. He is a reliable army & Tnr Compound, for coughs, colds, ings. chauffeur. nnd croup. Foley Kidney Pills and organization shall Sixth The Hoys and girls don't forget that Foley Cnthartic Tablets Sold have the following committees, nn Jan. HOth is Shovel Tag Day and be executive committee, n membership sure to tag your shovels. committee nnd n program committee Miss Ruth Fox spent Thursday all of which shall consist of three and Friday wtih her sister, Mrs. J. members to be appointed by the II. Powell nnd little son. president. Hut such other special Miss Estelle Rourno, whose family committees may be from time to moved to Maywood, is making ner time, ns the organization mny deter- home with her nunt, Mrs. Willis Sew-e- ll mine, appointed. nt White Oak, nnd nttending be a school. The president shall Don't Play Blind Man's Buff When member of nnd chnirman of the exeSupt. O. H. Fallis chose wisely cutive committee nnd it shnll have when he nppointed Miss Sallie Scott Life Insurance the general mnnagement of the af- nnd Prof. Jefferson Davis Minor ns fairs of the organization, and such examiners of Iloylc county. Miss open eyes will satisfy you that the policies A search with special service ns mny be designated Myrtle Hogue will try' for county Ilencfit Life Insurance Co., contain special and of the Mutual by the president or by the organiza- diploma. peculiar advantages not combined in the policies of other Comtion itself, but it shall be its solemn panies Low Premiums, Largest Cash Values nnd Dividends. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Roberts Don't think for a minute that all Companies nre bound to duty to receive nnd carefully investi-tt- e gave a party to a few high school be good. That is the argument of the agent of some inferior nil reports, made to it by the young folks Monday night. Refreshmembers upon matters pertaining to ments were served. In the fourteen yearn I have been ngent for the Mutual the purposes of the organization, nnd llcncnt, I have paid out several Thousand Dollars in death Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Burke had a claims to beneficiaries who would not have received a cent had tnke such action thereon ns mny be 20th anniversary celebration at their One of In any other Company. thu deceased had his insurance determined by It, and may make re- home Wednesday night the 23rd. these was paid right here In Stanford within the last two years. port of same, if proper and prudent Mnny nice presents of china ware the .Mutual Ilencfit is sure of fair and Every member of to do so, to the organization. liberal treatment under all cireunntunces and no matter what were received by them. Delightful happens he will get his money's worth, for it is all put down in The membership committee shnll refreshments were served. the contract. have charge of and determine the ads in Lincoln County than all other ComMore mission of members, and shall enre-full- y GETS GOOD RESULTS QUICKLY panies combined and not n dissatisfied one among them. consider nil applications and These few lines from J, E. Haynes, Let me show you the terms of the most liberal policy you have ever seen. shnll admit to membership no person MeAlestcr, Okla., deserve careful not eligible under Article Third. reading by every one who values The program commltteo shall ar- good health: "I find no mediclno range for and select the special which acts so mildly and quickly with speakers for any meeting nnd mny good results as Foley Cathartic Tab-letsuggest special subjects for such They empty the stomach nnd speeches. bowels, giving all of the digestive orSeventh There shall be no mem- gans a healthy action." Sold Every for All Kinds of Insurance bership dues. where. --- ago ihree Ithe liberty service league CASTORIA Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria THE TRI-STAT- E PATRON SAYS: h-- mi... nw. "No Thanks, Mr. Station Msn, after cutting llin feed cleaning tlin liable milking the cowt and running the eparator, I will alio buy my own railroa dticket Intlead of paying you a FAT commit- ion. If there ii anything eaiy about keeping cow., I want it my. elf." Every farmer thould h!p hit cream DIRECT to the Creamery. T wolt-t'nnw- n crn-ernll- y ASTORIA 1 Always Bears tlio S tl 55 Cents per pound for Butter Fat week beginning Jan. 21, 1918 Tri-Stat- Tnicretyiunsnk' Signature of AM.r The e Butter Tri-Stn- Co. CINCINNATI, O. UNITED STATES FOOD ADMINISTRATION Llcenie No. 25,000 of the largest producers have found the nlways dependable nnd most profitable. Do not let the Station Iluycr talk you out of your cream and mnke for himself a profit of about 2c per pound or more. Ship US your next rnn or if you need cans. we will s"iid them prepaid for .10 dnys trial. LJUMJinwyim rhi'-dre- rfv In Use For Over I Sie Just Received! A car of buggies. Let us show you before buying. We guarantee to please you. : : : I I lW-- T Thirty Years CASTORIA E. T. Pence, Jr., nmnnm Stanford I For Sheep Try our Dairy Feed for your stock ewes; it is for the hog; unexcelled. We have Cow-chofor the cow; Fatina for your feeding cattle, in fact, feed for all stock. Try some and be convinced. Pig-Cho- w w Purina Feed No. 1 We are headquarters for all kinds of n e T. W. JONES-Pho- ne I'-- Storage Battery Station Installed Frozen and Old Batteries Made New. Also sell New .- -- i- -: ,. .n. - Er SoreMuscles Batteries Come In and See Us vSprai da. Stiff Joints ts The Danville Buick Co. L. B. CONN, Prop. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY Walnut Street, Phone 798 Think About This Worn Tires In this time of high cost of living, why not economize. Bring us your old tire it with the famous and let us Half-Sol- e Half-Sol- e so it will run longer Gates miles without a than a new one-3,- 500 puncture. Ask the man who is using one. We do all kinds of Vulcanizing. Send us your work and it wiil be done right. policy-holder- R. M. Newland Headquarters The International Rubber Sales Company J. B. Williams, Mgr. ::::::: Danville, Kentucky s. KPHsPHHHQHHHHMs Page Four .V.WBBBBBBBBBaBHiBVBaMBBaaBBaaaaBaaBaamBaBM V T? WBHf,liig The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, January 25, 1918 1 he Interior Journal C Walton anil J. II. Wrltht ml E. United States Government War-Savin- gs nitf4 fHifri Mroful IA mi tUtt mail Aunfvrrt. mnr A. Miii 0 I I KM 1 ssaaBM Warm Clothing and Rubber Footwear I Stamps I:.: c se substituted for our Christmas Savings Club. When you these stamps you are doing patriotic duty and getting a 4 per cent investment on your savings. pur-chose LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Under Same anagcment LINCOLN TRUST COMPANY "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE" I t&ftfftilPJ An v one Desiring to Sell Their 1 T1 s .. i or Lrops tcock 1 flj will make money by seeing There are those who doubt the THE HUSTLING REAL ESTATE MEN wisdom of Senator Stone's speech, but none familiar wtih conditions HUSTONVILLE AND MORELAND will deny that he told the truth when he said it is the general policy of the Republican leaders to embarrass Judge Brown Buford, of IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES the administration in every way posn county court, has been ordered Irvine S. B. Kcllcy, a sible, regardless of its effect on the to have a portrait painted of banker, is dead, aged 70. prosecution of the war. Judge W. H. Phillips and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fhillippi, of Bumsidc, celebrated their fiftieth hung in the county court room at wedding anniversary last week. Nicholasville. A picture of Col. Ben- WHY NOT ASK THE PRESIDENT TO RESIGN? n citi- nett II. Young, who is a native of Josiah Tartar, a The president evidently regards secJessamine, will be placed by the side zen of the Vaught School-hous- e Col. Roosevelt as an irresponsible of Judge Phillips. tion of Pulaski county, is dead. person, nnd consequently pays no atRice Terrill, a Lancaster boy, was It has always been a strange thing tention to his miserable mouthings. on U. S. S. Michigan when the cage mast fell, but fortunately he escaped says an exchange, why the man who It is different, however, when an ofgrows up in his native town is re- ficial makes the charges that he does injury . garded ns a boy by his ciders, until and assails the government's war Tom Adams, who has served days at Lancaster for selling whisky, he is well started down the docl'vity policy, as Senator Chamberlain, of was taken to Paris to face a chargo of life. The stranger who comes in- Oregon, has found to his sorrow. At to the town is more often pushed to a luncheon in New York, the senator of bootlegging. John W. Ballard, of White's Sta- the front than the young innu who was particularly severe on the adup town. Tim Is, tion, who has been quite ill, was has grownone with the strongest rea- ministration, when Mr. Wilson, havperhaps, of the brought to this city for treatment. sons why so many young men become ing assured himself of the authenticHe is now at the Glyodon hotel. dissatisfied with their home sur- ity of the utterances, branded them roundings and long to cast t'icir lot as "unjustifiable distortions of the Richmond Register. in other quarters. The reason is that With the fire pings frozen and no the man who grows up and ramu'ns truth" and added that they show flames water available, which in his home town, often regards him- such ignorance of actual conditions threatened the City Hall at Harrods-ur- g self as a boy. in comparison with the as to render them entirely unimporwere extinguished by a volun- graybearus he has seen anil known tant. The president also takes oc for that teer brigade of passcrsby with snow. all his life. Sometimes it is better in casion to say that the war preparareason a young man does George W. Edwards, of Harrods-bur- g, a strange town, than he would have tions have been wonderful nnd that was appointed administrator of done at home. Among his elders ho Secretary Raker has proven himself is one of the ablest officials he has ever feels juvenile, not because the estate bf W. R. Stout, who died younger than they, but becausehe they in the Lexington asylum. The sole are older than he. In a strange town known, a fact that his critics will heir is James Stout who is in the he may know perfectly well some soon learn. In the face of this, howasylum at Lexington. Mr. Edwards of his townsmen are older than him- ever, Editor Breckinridge of the Lex but their elderness has not all is committee for the latter. The es- - self,life been impressed upon his con ington Herald, prints in his edition his of Wednesday a long telegram he o .u.uvu Mb vuw,www i sciousness. says he sent to the president demanding that Haker be removed and a competent man subctitutcd. In the Interest of competency and efficiency would it not be better to ask the president to resign and let the wise man of Lexington take his place? Perhaps Scnntor Chamberlain and Col. Roosevelt will second the moMile tion. Tho editor may not intend it but he is undoubtedly playing in the hands of Republicans. We HaAe the Agency of Dinwiddie & Owens well-know- SENATOR STONE REDEEMS HIMSELF Senator Stone, of Missouri, who voted ngainst n declaration of war with (icrmnny, nnd wns nmong the number to whom tho president ns "small linndful of wilful men," partinlly redeemed lihnself In n speech before the Senate this week In which lie nccused the Republicans of playing politics in their criticisms of tho government's conduct of the war nnd trying to shape matters for Republican victory this full. He was particulnrly severe on the leader.- of the conspiracy to embarrass the pros Idnt nnd their evident desire more for party success than for winu'tii' the war, and took a jolt out of Roosevelt that ought to show thai detestable creature how tVe puluV innrpnlll rpi.nrila fii uniltHmw nrt. and saying. He told of how for pay he was daily denouncing in villainous screeds in the Kansas City Star, the president and said that his utterances, if made by a person of less consequence would cause his arrest for treason, adding that the whose chief thought is not to help the government but Roosevelt, Is the most seditious man of note in Americn and the most willing and potent agent of tho Kaiser in tho country. The speech created great excitement and numerous Republi can members attempted to answer it and doubtless will licfore long. What the senator says is absolutely true The Republicans, at least the leaders would in congress and Roosevelt, rather that we should lose the war than that Wilson should win it nnd thus add another laurel to the Democratic party. We have said ever since Roosevelt hegan to harass and embarrass the president that he ought to be tried for trenson, as the evidence is sufficiently accumulative to cause 11 rope to be put around his neck or to stand him up before f ring squad. He is the most dangerous man in the United States and it would do more good to make an example of him than to hang a hundred disloyal Germans or Ameri11 1 fill fepicisiiiii BEOS. O'BHHM Now is the time to fortify yourI self for cold weathei. We have just received some new Kersey Suits, corduroys and extra heavy serges. We m hemes ill 3 u ; anything torn a 'bov ibber boot. in . Fooluv a man" Rubber sandal to heavy Flaniii 1 . W 5 5 ( under.'. We cm .cop you w.i 1 1 nils, wool and cord'i-.- .. pants. m at small I A psb TACTORICS NA3MVJLLC LAA cost. ? 9 WCSr NASHVllLC ViJ SsfoJVV Remember coming. the blizzards are - Heavy overcoats, rain- coats and slickers. I e McRoberts,BaiIey&Rupley MAIN STREET cans. wen i ty well-know- l0 Drastic conditions demand drastic I The I cxmgton Leader iiuniin les tor General McAdoo, expressed the action and while we think Dr. Gnr- - Judge Charles Kerr t run lit opinion that wage increi.su would hi field's order closing factories nnd Olhe James for th Senaloml I t.i granted them. They contend waqe judge i a pretty Rood man, but paid by war industries lure skilled business houses for five days and cry Monday hereafter for ten to con- - if the Republicans wnt twn a took workers from railroads shops N serve coal, is a little too drastic we in, they will hate to trot ou ir. v' r dwAmt' ii ii I was presented. must alt like good soldiers obey it. nnd a much lancer horse. Pi t .'' . To a man up a tree, however, it looks I the use? Senator Jumcs . n' foolish to make men stop work when cced himself and woghl to .! 1 everybody should be doing all he can matter whom the Kij.lL. .1 1 4 ..i and foolisher still for him to ask em- against him. ployers to pay their hands while idle. . I Only those who are making more Tho Inturior Journal primi- .l money than they ought to could af- issue an article frun Rev. lna ford to do so, while paying idle hands Smith, tmstor of the colored rh m 9 mM V sets a bad precedent ns hard as it is at I.ognntown, on Dot rtve-r- . A I" for labor to lose the time. War is rusal of it will sbnv that Rsv Sm 1I1 certainly hell and becomes more so has the right nl. about the wai ns it is brought closer home. f his effort to arout u the member his race to patriotism u dwr'ng nf commendation. The fellow with the bill to tax old maids and bachelors has as usual Editor A. W. Timony. of the II..r when you want bobbed up in the legislature. This rodsburg Democrat, has to one wants them to pay $G u ytar Washington City to look uft.r next job of In; each and says that ir it necomes n job in the U. S I'ntent offl.e "nit law it will put $100,000 more in the has been offered him. If he hut depleted treasury. Hut that "f" is a it he liuti n lug job editing hi gi' long crooked letter and the bill will ' paper nnd if he nV our .iilice n. go in the waste basket with hundreds shall insMt on lim "tnyini; .it home You will get first-clas- s of others thnt are being poured into and attending to it. work, and you will get the hopper, by members who do not it when promised, for The Danville Advocate of T.i.-..even expect them to pass. gave almost a much news fmm having work done did from Little Itritain when promised is one The physicians of Fnyette county France as it lloyle have advanced the price of calls to There were three letters from of the rules of this office. county boy who are "over there." consul$3 from $2 and that of office If you prefer, send the tation from $1 to f'J. The resolutions and they were all very interesting order by mail or bring they passed also say that $1 per Caleb Powers was named as a it to the office in person. mile over the minimum rate shall be member of the Congressional l'.m charged for country calls. We were paign Committee. Looks like Ken itBQ&sniitiza'jirxiUiiuzK always of the impression that Lex- tucky timber was scarce. Let Us Show You ington was a costly place to live, but What We Can Do living there teems to be n small matRepresentatives of !' iO.OOO r..d ter compered wi'h the expense of way employes of the mrihanu.il trades, after conferr n w th Dire getting sick or dying. Kmmirimmimmwmssm ev-(T- te' t r" STANFORD, KY. c)occ( ' - "lH - i eiepnoneji I 'I 11 that Printing i J .. BIG SALE tMlUl TIRES (5,000 Guaranteed Tires) The MILLER Tires Ycu will find none better for the price, and not many half so good. Now in stock in the following sizes; 30x3 Tires, price . . $15.15 30x3 2 Tires, price . $22.50 32x3 2 Tires, price . $26 30 31x4 Tires, price . . $34.15 We will stand behind this tire and treat you right. When in need of tires give me a call 1-1-- G. H. Masters Phone No. 249 Editor Desha llreckinridge celebrated the 21st anniversary of his ownership of the Lexington Herald Ipst week wUh a banquet at tho Phoenix Hotel to which he invited the friends that had assisted in making tho paper such a pronounced success and others of his intimates. It was a most enjoyable affair from all reports, the feast of good things being accompanied by n feast of reason in speeches which added much to a knowledge of tho past and tho hopes of tho future. Hro. Ureckin-ridg- o has mado n great success of tho Herald, which Is now among the best papers in tho country and wo sincerely congratulate him, hoping nt tho same tlmo that ho will cease to lambasU Secretary of Wnr Baker nnd thus throw cold water on nu adminis tration wo should support with undi vlded loyalty. Corn, Hemp, and' Tobacco Lands Household and Kitchen Furniture, Farm Implements, Etc. Saturday CL tt M ,'W itai At 10:00 A. M. For further information address W. M. HISLE WHITE HALL, KY. ye-- '1 mr The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, January 25, 1918 Page Five J"! Should Worry The First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. With Now About inn oetn-ll,- uornsr corn-rhrlnk- ir, They Peel Off With "OcU-It.- " Two rnrns ore no wnrno than one, hui joii tint one lit nothing nt nil n " con r. tin rnl i loofcucr That a bo- - CAPITAL STOCK OF SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS OF $50,000.00 $37,150.00 i Charles Kemp, of Louisville, Is with his uncle, Dr. T. W. He say that hi brother. Lieut. Philip Kemp, of the avhtion department of the nrmy, wan pretty badly hurt in the fnl! lie rercived nt Waco, Tex-ts- , ',lt the other i! 'i.ttin? n'nnir nit rijt'it. L ci. Kmj. fell from his acroplnne n ! Inure nt 150 to the ground, nn'' h" wonder is thnt he was not hill... ht-r- n. Catarrh of Stomach Did Not Know It find v rJ to r.iy thanks for lid ail ,ov-onco tliou"! t I Ind vice. I Ii of the ntum.tcli iiuencr I taking Pcrtmi, ns jou directed. Jiy titomnrh continued to Inrt rm to.' nhont weeks ofli r I lesa't tho medicine, and then it stonped l now have a jood appetite, while Lcfnro I ws near'v htarvn! ' Thote who object to liquid medicines can procure Peruna Tablets. r writr: 'i i.'imot ss Mri Si.'-n.- . Turn '. V rt , O'.i ... jfir Nearly fa t ha taken every precaution to safeguard anil protect It DEPOSIT ORS and STOCKHOLDERS by joining the American Danker' At. WITH TM Stindny . HURCIIF.:t alto a member tociatlont the Kentucky Banker' Aitocialion, and of the Federal Reere Sytlem, and hy (electing the following officer and director for the year 1918 Methodist worship at court-hoiit- p nt 10:15. Sunday School nt 9.10. Rev. W. D. UVt.-ir- to Starved a?v atamer.', awmka EftfrirsBkll vl.13 m effi-rie- nt will nt T.itbii's i -- jf Col. Roosevelt answered Senator Stone's attack upon him m thi Seti- Pre rhnrh it M"'riiri, nte Monday in a speech before the 2nd Vice Pretid.nt hn hen eWted the rt"id of fnvre National Prow Club, characterising Cnthler ('nl'rjte, Lexington. I. tine f'nris I'lu M.rl II - iiibIh the Missouri Senator's address .t an t nr Ir Individual Hookkeepor "'it, Ic stveVm of the The even'n-insidious effort mi behalf of (ier- . .r 'i "i Clark nre nil be- chiitrhoi of N'rhftlar-l'lr i .ri , many nnd ns the first injection of I ii i Clerk in order intr hem in tne enurt-nnue- e partisanship in discussion of the lii 'i nt ft it to m itexve fuel. Government's conduct of the war. i.. DIRECTORS 'in or m ' Prelmytrrinn Church, Sunday 27th Next to assailing an efficient public .iiv h 'f iitllelv n- JOHN C. ROHINSON, S. T HARRIS. C. R. COLEMAN. J. S. .(nir) in r . ' '. IV le Sunday School nt 9: IB; Morning servant, Col. Roosevelt said, the HOCKER, M. D. ELMORE, J. F. DUDDERAR. WM. RECK lou'll not k.i..' tM ;.. j.r ynr Servke at 11, sermon bv pastor; C. worst offense is to defend nn inelli- him or iiimp" ui !ha t.vb" at II. C. UAUGHMAN, J. M. PETTUS, W. C. COOCH K. Meeting nt iit.'IO. Union service at sjnul'mlnir cicnt scrvnnt, nnd for that reason he to ease . .. the J. C. EUUANKS. JOHN II. FOSTER, R. C. He mill. that y..i net T.ets-I- ' the Christian church. supporting Senator Chamberwas I'on'f he trultil lv Imitations t W. WILLIAMS, R. H. HOCKER. J. Rev. IJ. H. Wnllace, of Sturnis, Is nil you nieit pnv'at any lain and his associates on the MilWOODS for 'iletnlf " i.r It wilt In who was to have begun a protnrcteii itary Committee who were investigat wnl illiect by i: Iwrenri t Co Clil.nito, 111. at lirodhead Tuewlny night ing the "maladministration" of the Sulci in Stanford and recommend next, 2!Hh, writes thnt lie wi post- War Department. The Colonel said ed ns the world's best corn remedy pone the series of meetings until the navy was in bad shape the first Mrs. 0. ('. Hrlchett, of Rowland, by PERSONAL AND SOCIAL r The Pentiy Drug Store. gets better. the six months of the war nnd would Jun. 20 Red Cross meeting of rnntinuen quite ill A nine weeks' campaign of "in- have met disaster if there hail the Woman's Club, at 2.30 P M., Mrs. II. J. Melloherts i with Albert Siever was in Louisville tensive religion." expressed in the been a test with the enemy, but that with Mrs. J, S. Rice, chairman. . I .: ...III l.l...-this week. friends in Nashville lorm oi enueniiomti puunvuy. win it was "fine" now. He npproved the Jan. 20 Woman's Club will meet Mrs. .1. W. Acey waited her mother Miss llesstc Holtxrlnw has been be launched by Invmen of the North- of great interest, ns regards the War Council nnd munitions directoi nt the Red Cross rooms at 2:110 P. at Lancaster this week. quite isck. em Hnptist convention, it was an military situation, is the withdrawal legislation. M. It Is desired thnt the Indies Iirlnn Mr. nnd Mn. R. L Horry were nouneed r a prellruimrv to a "dr'vc of the Austro-Gormuarmies along Mrs. Anna Ilailer wtmt to Lam-aa- their thimbles that u little i"Hnc here from Hustonvillc Thursday. i of n vert to rale a rpeclnl fund the Italian front from the Pinvc STANFORD MAN WOULD ter today to vktit frlomia. may be done. Much important busiill at Mr I. S. Jones rontintu emcrpency pur- - river westward. The retrograde RATHER FIGHT THAN WORK niter dander, of Dayton, 0., has. of $1.100 000 for ness is also to come before lb- - ibiS the home of his son, Pr. L. .1. done. movement undoubtedly wns due to inciurni i. u.r wui. V" "I suffered for years with stomach been here with hi. mem bent. Fnil (iiirnett hs been confined to fhr-tlriinreb Sendav School the harassing attacks the Italians, trouble nnd could not cat and jut Mim Virginli Hourne, of Uncus - a( bis home by illness for the jxist ten ,0 vicV. . m. HlacVerbv, Supt. reenforced bv the French and Hritish hated for anyone to suy work to me. ' Dr. K. J. llrmvn and Mr. Prwcott days. ter. is the truest of, her surtur, JJrs Hn,j morninK sermrn. have been delivering for several i woui,i rather flirht. Since tnkino- u llrown were In Louisville Wednes'ii-'i.- .i Mrs. Oventteet, of I'.irkavillo, hat W. K. Warner. i.:.i..nf a- it - Prnneld weeks past. The indications arc tin' coursc. 0f Mayr's Wonderful Remedy 41 fc".'.v ge, - ''1 speak day. been the KUet of her dnunlitcr, Mrs. Mrs. Kd Wilkinson v pnrting the ; 0f Xr""v'v"rt'.i Coll. the enemy now has given up, for the j i actually want to work; and talk Monte Fox, the bi cuttle buyer Kd Davis. fteM tin .. oein-- f at least, his ambition to day with her sister, Mra. R. K " - at i.l0 m.)i about eat, I urn the last one to leave of Iloyle, was here Wedneaday en Mrs. L. C. lluble. of the Hubble kinson, nt Iancrstor. i is nn his drive through the mountains and out ' Kir. the table now." It is n simple, hnrm- route to Richmond. ! section, was in the city shopping pr P" i upon the Venetian plain. Mrs. W. P. Hawkins, of Corbin, fr fi'li , f less preparation that removes the ca Mrs.' J. II. Willis, of Crab Oich-nrd- , Thursday. w'H also l'i with her parents, Mr and Mtj. !. , poftuniiv t tarrhal mucus from the intestinal was here Wednesday rcturnini; Crnb Chnncellor. at Walnut Flat. Mrs. Jamie Carpenter, of add-- e the mipils of the Hish School tract and allays the inflammation from a visit to the Miiue Shelby at Orchard, was in the city Thursday to a .Mr. J. W. Williams, who i ill with at the chapel hour on Mondny morn-iiHv'1,1, which causes practically all stomach, Arcadia. consult a dentist. word men ltuf, cu&hl (Ads hrre are 1 rent possibilpneumonia, was considered some- lirdieations point to the Mix Maude Carter is here fnim wnh order, no d leu ihin 2.ir i.eh iwue.) liver and intestinal ailments, includ Mrs. Rella Arnold Francis was service SunNotary public blanks for sale at ing appendicitis. One dose will con Romncy, W. Va., wltere she is tench-in- oer from Iincaster looking after wnai improved mis morning. fami- ity of havintr the union .1. W. Hourne has moved hi the Endeavday night. In that event vince or money refunded. Lincoln this office. She came to be with her fnther, hor millinery business Thursdny. ly from the Junction City sertion to or meeting will also be held at 0:30 Mr. P. W. Carter, whose condition hog. Will Pharmacy and Penny Drug Store. It FOR SALK Nice meat Mrs. Oenrce T. Wood spent Thurs- the Adams farm out on II. F. D. N'o. o'clock. A cordial invitation is alwnys is ri'Krileil ns very kotious. Hnltzelnu-- . Gilberts Creek. 1 day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1. extended to all the services. In a three-hou- r speech to the Scn- Mr. II. D. Carter wns up from (I. A. SwinubroHd, nt Lancaster. COMMON School drploma examb I Joseph Miller, who has lived in the ate yesterday, Senator Chamberlain. Mitchellsburj: Wednewlay tnintrlmi; and nations will be held Jan. Miss Ilelle Denny has returned a year or more, DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER C - . chairman of the .Military Committee, with old friends, who were clad to from a protracted visit to the fami- Ottenheim aertion for boy, May has moved his family back to LouisOvid Herrick, a Frankfort NICE, new bungalow on Logan replied to President Wilson s charge hce him. He said that Mrs. Carter ly of Mr. W. P. (livens and other ville. was killed in action in "France. avenue for rent. Miss Lena Hamp- that he had distorted the truth when remains quite sick, but was some- relatives in that section of the entri Ora Hi.rnett, who has a good posiHv a vote of If, to 5, the New Jer- ton. Stanford. had been. he said the military department had what belter than she ty. tion up Host, is visiting his mother sey Senate pa?cd the Mackay local WANTED to buy a saw mill, Have broken down. He not only defended The mnny friends of Mrs Mitchell Mimics Marie Uallard and Kucenin bcilcr and engine. D. Broughton, his assertions, but reiterated them, He was in this city option bill. Tnylor will learn with deep rvjret Owsley, teachers in graded school, nt Ilustonville. lt R. F. D. No. 1. today. The graded school building at Crab Orchurd, that she has been ill for two weeks have taken rooms nt Mrs. V, K. WarCREAM SEPARATORS New and and declared that Mr. Wilson had Miss Mary Trarcy, who has been Cynthiana, built at a cost of ?70,-0(1nnd still remains quite ill. She um ner's. They had rooms previously at second-hanSee J. S. Mobley & grossly maligned him. Senator Kirby confined to her home with the grip burned. replied in behalf of the Administraremoved today from her home to the Dr. and Mrs T. W. Pennington's. Son, McKinney. Phone 120-A- . has recovered and is out again. Mrs. Susan 11. Lane, of Mt. Stertion and contradicted the statement Danville Hospital, where it is hoped In"Please continue to stnd the WANTEDA farm of 50 to 125 Danville Advocate. ling, aged S3, has knitted six sweather recovery will be more rapid acres with good improvement. Land that facts brought out in the War terior .lournal to me, for I w.. t . The Lancaster Record Miys that ers for the boys "over there." had proved Advocate. must be good. Box No. 12, Waynes-burg- , Department invcstig-itioIoiik as I live.' wr' Mr. W Mr. Jake White has returned from Kit Moseley was killed nenr Horse 89-t- f Ky. inefficiency. Vender, of Middlesboro. Mm. Yeaiter the (Jrnysville, Tenn., Sanitarium Hranch when nn old gun in the hands FOR SALE MHIctt en! pcavine was Mis Stella McClarj'. of thin city. very much improved in health son exploded. hay, baled and $25 per ton. On Geo. of his Miss Sophia Alcorn, one of the in.Mr J. K. Jordan left laht night for The shoe factory in the Missouri Evnns. farm near Crab Orchard. See structors in the K. S. D., and who Fort Oglethorpe, (la., to get his com- - penitentiary nt Jefferson City, Mo., John Ilutchins on the farm. usually (roes to her home in Stanford miesion for service in Uncle Sum's vvns destroyed by fire, causing n loss WANTED position as a nurse evenings, is speiuline; the week with Army From Fort Oglethorpe he will companion for an old lady. Address of $250,000. me in care of P. W. Kennedy, Miss Lula May llruce on KiM I go to Washington City. There were 235 deaths at the vari- - Stanford. Miss Georgia Johnson. ii2p avenue. Advocate. ConManager James P. Tribble has ar- ous cantonments during the week of FOR RENT The Helm home and Mr. A. A. McKinney, formerly of rived and taken charge of the StanStanford, who is now helping the ford Telephone Kxchnnge. He is one Jan. 11th, H9 of them being from lot on Danville, avenue. House in good condition and desirable locapneumonia. Treasury Depaitment in guaging of the youngest managers in the Fighting forces of the United tion. Immediate possession. See or whisky in New York, has asked to be State but this paper believes that he States have taken out $4, 000,000.-00- 0 nhone II. J. McRoberts. transferred to Washington into the will prove to be one of the very best FOR RENT My house and lot on of insurance under the plan ofIncome Tax Division of the TreasLancaster street for 1918. For par- This splendid, soothing Adolph Joseph, of Lancaster, and fered by 'the Government. cream is not ury. ticulars sec Hughes & McCarty, Miss Kmma Honer, of Louisville, Beginning Monday, January 21tt, Mason Lucas, jailer of Franklin Stanford, Ky., or write me at Liber- alone a delightful massage Mrs. Annie Knglem-.- n euteilained cream, were married In the latter city Sunand continunlng up to and Includty, Ky. P. W. Whipp. the Five Hundred Club at her npi'rt-ment- a day. They passed through here Tues- county, is dead. He hnd held the but is one of the most valuable emolMonday, March 25th, 1918, ing for thiee consecutive terms. Mr. FOR SALE 50 Thoroughbred lients you can have to in the St. Asaph Hotel Wedrelax saggy day on their way home. Mr. Joseph Lucas was a Confederate veteran. we will ell Hampshire-dowewes, bred to nn nesday afternoon, There were three is a progressive and popular merForty persons were killed and 200 imported buck, due to Inmb Feb. 10. skin and wrinkles. Cocoa Butter is tables of players and a very enjoy- chant of Drugs and Medicinal able afternoon was spent. Delightful Mrs. J. S. Rice entertained the wounded in riots r.t Moscow on Tues- These are extra nice ones. J. Fox n very absorbing and healing ointday during a demonstration nt nn an- Duddcrar, Stanford. ment and is splendidly adapted for refreshments were served. Rook Club nt her handsome home on niversary celebration of "bloody Supplies Only LOST On Mondav countv court the healing and prevention of chapDanville nvenue Thursdny uftcrnoon. Sunday." How's This? day a black heifer calf weighing We offer One Ilunilrol Dollars flrward Some twenty or more of the mem We advU our customer to make Discovery of "impurities" in enn-d- y nbout 375 nnnnila between mr nlnna ped lips, face and hands. This cream tor nnv rase of Catarrh that cannot t bers were present end all greatly enbefore each all other purchate supplied to canteens of navy ships and Nunnclley stock yards. Return w'" Positively not grow hair. 5llc cured hy Hall's Catarrh MeOclne. MoneUy during that time. Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken joyed tho popular game of rook. A caused the issue of nn order suspend- to Mm elutheny. btanford. Ky. for a generous jar, Sold on Money by catarrh sufferers for thn past thirty-fir- e very delightful salad lunch was serv- ing the sale of candy to the men and rOR SALE: Two Duroc boars, Back Guarantee. years, nnd hai become known aa the -most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's ed. also the purchase of additional sup- weigh nbout 90 pounds. They are THECatarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on out of a Defender sow. $18 each. Mnrion Fields, son of Col. William plies pending investigation. the Mucous surface, expelling the I'olPedigree furnished. Call on or son from the Illood and heullnB the Fields, of the West Knd, has been Secretary linker has advised the JamesCnnnon, McKinney, Ky. write portions. corporal. He has also done Senate Military Committee the War After you have taken Hall's Catairh made a NOTICE Tho stockholders the Medicine for a short time you will see a some very line shooting. In n recent Department favors discharging from E. R. Coleman, Prop. State Bank & Trust Company, of your Kcnernl contest nt In Opposite Court Houie Kreat Improvement he bit the draft liability men who hnve passed Stanford. Kv.. will nleaso tile their ii.HUisuiirR hinllh Start takmic Unit's Catarrh Mcdl- - i Stanford, Ky. Phone No. 2 cine nt onre and cet rid of rntnrrh Send iI bull's eye 87 times out of 90 shots, the age of 31 since registering on certificate of stock with me and refor trttlmonlnls fiee ceive ?R&KaJUL Store j ciinsrv a co., Toledo, Ohio. nt distances ranging from 100 to June B, 1917, anil without having It P check for balance duo onT1 same. Ilni.i.limnn Cn.mlnl .t.. '..Uhlllimil, UptllJI ; 300 yards. Sold hy all been railed to the colors. Banking Commissioner. OFFICERS tt Creel- - crier h 2 SO, "f " weather resell Sundv fnil Made Me Well PERUNA J. S. 'HOCKI.K S. T. HARRIS II. C. HAUGIIMAN C. HAYS TOSTKR W. W. SAUNDF.RS C. C. MePHEKSON II. L. PERKINS President Ul Vice I'retidenl rond permit. Rev. S. A. VentWe. v"i)r of the 1 ? e 1 If i i,l. M n.-- ilrin-itiir- ..I JAPAN WARNS RUSSIA "Japan hold herself responsible for the maintenance of peace in this p 0f u,c uorld, nd consenuently, if, event of thnt peace being en- ,i.nBerod to the inevitable netrinient of ollr interests, the Government of Japan will not hes'Utu n moirint to 'I huo take the proper measures. Count Tciimchi, the Japanese Pre-- , mier, spoke at the opening of the Diet, referring (o thu internal disor- ders in Russia spreading to the Ru sinn possessions in Eas'.ern sia. The Premier declared that the situation g in RU!!Sja wns cauMn,; him the " s the true C&1 mcasurc 0f anw i,e F.,i,i "Japan fr!em, of ij,Jssia enrnstly hopes that country may (successfully settle its difficulties .....,,.., mlI(.n further loss of time and establish a stable government." "real-meetin' i j , ' n .,...., 1 j,.. ,,,.. V,". . - -- ; I . ?. arori ahc, tviw tj ' 8-- 2r.-2- (i 10-1- 1. 2-- tf 7-- 0, -- a-- 7-- tf Government Orders to serve Fuel On Each Monday Harmony I.ex-in(rto- n Cocoa Butter Cold Cream 2-- tf of-li- n 7-- 5-- Penny Drug Store ills-ras- 7-- tf Lincoln Pharmacy I r Unm-Klit- Ll-lUi- I ttc The Big Sale Now Going On GREAT BIG BARGAINS FOR ALL BETTER COME AND GET YOURS The Bargain Store, Stanford, Ky. SALEM & SALEM MAIN STREET Y ". .'I -- " - f ait n ffi '. " ''f7vy h Tage Six Ihe Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, January 25, 1918 j 1 :i k - CHAPPELL GAP A CALL TO PATRIOTISM 1017 BANNER COAL YEAR Commissioner's Sale REV. BILLV SUNDAY'SwasPRAYERPROFESSIONAL AND The following prayer dclivcrThe Death Angel visited the home Lincoln Circuit Court Since the wnr must be, nccording More coal was produced In tho ' wl lit Vt.fi.(m1Iat Hill. 3i...ln Im 4I.a . IJTIIIILIIOk iii tjuiiiliijr ill iiiu of Mr. W. I). Anderson nnd took to the declaration of our Saviour, 'J BUSINESS CARDS i United States In the year 1017 than Jordan nnd Other House of Representative r, I'arlhenin nt from them their loving father, Mr. versus Mnry Ilruco nnd tnton on .Innunrv lOlh. U l nnrh n Anderson wns Ad years old nnd n wherein He declared there shall he ever before In tho h'stnry of the ln- wars nnd rumors of wnr which Is duslrv. Tho records lust comnlle.l hv Surveying and Leveling Others. Defendants. Th niwil!enie frt n ilttrmtnl nf flip dopnrturp from the "cut nnd drlrd" splendid citizen. He will be greatly nnlv being fulfilled, but the great the United Stntes GooW'r! Snncv lie sure your title Is good. Let roe prnycr ofTered hy the chaplain that missed In this community. Lincoln Circuit Court, rendered "nt question of today N, who shall win nnd the Anthracite Hoard of Infor- - Mirvey vour land purchase for vou, no- - it mnkes exceptionally Rood reading; it November term, 11)17, In the Mr. John Will Grinin, of Danville, thp victory? Our Lord said upon one mnllon show thnt denile tho de- - uid make certain. Will go nnywhere tion of Pnrthenin .Ionian nnd Others spent Sunday wtih his sister, Mrs. occasion: "As I hnvp Almighty God, our Heavenly I overcome so crened labor condition, 10.ono.Hilt) VI. C. Newland, Bruce nnd Others the versus Mnrv Stanford or, we thank Theo nnd rejolee that I). S. Urnughton. rommisioncr will on shall ye overcome." We will very more tons of nnlhrn'lte nnd 47.000.- I Miss Mnifi'ie Ilrotip-htosnent Run. readily ngree that He overcame bv MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1 1th. 1918, through fnlth in Thee nnd Thy word 000 ton more of bittim'nou coil County court ilnv, nt lln'ctock A. this Government wns built upon that day with Miss Hessie Green. the shedding of blood, w'thont were mined In the year Just ended CAPT. AM BOURNE Mrs. Marie Telkie And pretty little the shedding M., in front of the court i..-.- . dior fqtindntion. Wc thank Theo ttint the of blood there v no thnn In 1010. XUCTIONEER, LANCASTER, KY. In Stanford, Ky., sell nt public out- - COmpnct signed In the cabin of the daughter spent Sunday nfternoon security for Christianity nnd without Contrary to nn crronwm liimre-th- e Dip high dollar nt your snlo nil the by our nn.ctor, wa, for with Mis Llllie Chnppell. ? tf;i,tw!?ra;VSn'e,,U,,r''h; shedding of the blood of thU Hon. little of thU coal ha lnfti sent time nnd nt luwrst price; sales Miss Llllie Chappcll visited Mis great nation, cried nnvwhere. town of Milledgcvllle, Lincoln coun-- , democrncy. liberty, freedom, nnd the there shall be no secnri-- i to Kurope. Althoueh the cnniplelo right to worship Thee ,ico.r'litig to Mnggio Urnughton Sundny nfternoon ty for democrncy. It i not the que- - PXnort figure ty. Ky. : Hip last vrt are Phnnr 3(i4A Lancaitvr at mr axpanta for Mis Stelln Frazicr is very ill. raet no. l Hcginning ni n neecii the dictntes of our own conscience. tion a to whose blood shall Mow for not vet nvnilnble. It was etlinsteil hv and wli'to nnk stumn corner to Mrs. Hob Holmnn, of Crab Orch-nr- blood is Wo think Thee that its n Nntion wc Ihnnpn nitt I. M. REYNOLDS tint but blood in these nerllon pnnl experts that onlv ISOOOOon or fI snent Sunday wltfi her mother, times of wnr. For nil I emiallv nrec- hnve the courngo to to the R poles to n Mike on Mnriinnd line nbout .1 jier cent, of tlw ent're cn WAYNESBURG. INDERTAKER. thence with tint line, south 0 est 11 world our continued belief in Thee Mrs. D. S. Hroughton. ious. It is no time now for nice lire- - nutmit was exnnrteil. Half of h' IVp enrtv n large anil complete stock tKt1i to stake in a lirinen. thnneo by stamping on onr co'n the inscrip- Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Dclaney are tidice, contempt conand scorn of Caskets, Holies etc nt nil times, . wst 25 rmlet to a- snurwood n.)!. !.... IT.." """ w airusi. ,, iir.. .1 t. nt W'lmore with their (laughter, Mrs. tention. but the time is now nor hand- wns sent to Cnnadn. c limns ... -- ..! i "'" nt The increased consumntlon. tt;s-tha- t 'hone: Fnrmers line No. Woodstock lint No. west w'tli T. HnekorV 'inc to th" Thoc tnat wc nrc Americans nnd live Mollie Davis. the white boys and black bov ticinn snv, is due to the tfrent Mrs. Maud Hrown, of Crab Orch-artturinnlnf. - in pole, conti'ntn" 2 beneath the nrotecting folds of the fight side bv side. I narticular pnnlnn of wnr Indiistrip. Tho visited Mrs. James Chappell last ere, heine- seme lnn.l ronvevr,! toStnrs nnd Stripes. We thank Thee to the colored heme of th' cial firnre for total enl nrwbietinn CONTRACTING Thou canst look over the battle- - Sunday. great country. Let us lay aside every for 1017 show fit! 000 000 ton of See H. L. FAGALY for Contracting; Mr. Oscar Griffin, of Cincinnnti, ,menls of glory on our land and sec weight of race prejudice anil cpip bitum'nou. The nnMtrarltt Lincoln county c'erV nmP fltfiirp tnd Building of nny sort Houses, Tract No. il Hetr'nn'ie on corner thnt there Is not one stain on any arrived Sundny to be the guest of his to say if we have been saviivr. thnt, for 1017 credit the mnr with a t'r- - llnrns, Etc, Stanford. y. Kent-klot 4. thence wh Uno of rime stnr or stripe in Old Glory. We thank sister, Mrs. John Chappcll. this war don't cnnrirn us. For we ducfion of O'J.OO 000 tons. we,t 48 note to comr Th fnr , Mr. Jnsper Hroughton has moved ;rth M w,, h mut realize the fact that we are all These figure were given by Fined , SStT- I- ni'l old urvp". tltenc. .oill Tlu, Dr. J. G. Carpenter for "r W'VI'S nn,l It.tl- - one, in the house with his father, where one family, first from crent'on bv the W. Pnrwn. editor n foal le to corner of lot Mo. C. 8 who he will remain this winter. We thnnk Thee for the fruitful tree hence with line of semn smith Stanford, Krntucky circulation of one blood, for out of received them from Edward Parser, There -i- Kt 48 polfs to "rnnt of rr"rnTil. County , nnd bnunt'ful Nharvests. hWe thar.K Saturday will be prenhing nt Ephesus one blood God made all nxt'on. Director of the Anthracite Hnenl nf Office In LincolnBuilding. National t R nie. , Hh srme north i :i and Sunday. Hank ri th t. na . Secondly, by adoption, accord'ng to Information, and the United Stale iwHnnln?. cnntninlntr 2 acres nnd 70 M'ss Averelln Anderson hag re- . Disoaac of the pye, tioe, tVoat. 13th, 14th and lAth amendment of Geological Surrey. The total "" '" "uu "u"i'rv "r "'I'cu inc Tflhw of l"nd. be'nf lot No. 5 in di- Pelvic, Ucctal bottom of our flour birel, nnd wp turned home after a brief. visit to tlio ,,,intitnttnn nt ...V. ltiiltn.1 .... . Hill,.--- .!,.. ,.l ....r II.Nnn. aal.l tftat anr, Genlto-Urlnarvlloti of lands of .l"rrte r?meo . .... 4tn' . ... !.. ....... ... !.. I.IT..1. .... ..v. w,.. tnd SUn Tract Mo 3 Pefj'nntnr on cornc-fl- f pray Thy continued mercy nnd bless-int- r her aunt. Mrs. Mollie Manuel at of Amt,ri(.a Wo nlj j,.,,,,) ,u,1r, ,,lrjnir Vn ty,e Unltad State tm- Eye Sclentlficly tested nnd glassin 'Ot Xo. 11. thpnpo vM line of We pray Thee that Gravel Switch. uron I cent, of tlw coil in 's 'ailftillv nreacrlbod. of America and wo have on,- - inotlier. dived 50 ?,C no'm; tn corm north f". w Thou wilt forgive our transgressions CONSULTATION and SURC.FRY ner of name, thence onlh R "" concern mv mother the world The exports of bltumlfnu j nnd whntever Mi Llllie Chappell Wednesday. I iolp to Clara Coulter' cor- - nnd blot out nil our iniquities. '2 me nt once. We nre nil coal in 1017 were lea than in the concerns School closed nt Chnppell Gap Friher Thou knowest, O Lord, that wc "er, on nlil ro'ner. tneneo brethren, yet we differ in color, but preceding year. The amount waa 25 lights, $175.00; 35 light $250.00 cast .17 r.oles to o nre in tine sou li I ife.an,i.(it.nth ,trugKle with day. 00 lights, $.100 00 should not in snirit nnd mind. We are hurdle enniich to credit In enmmr- corner in her line, thence north 8 onc Mr. ,of thu most "ifnmous, vile, will Edgar Thompson, our teacher, lof one household and a home d'v'ded son with the ifiimntic amount mine! GRAY ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANTS poles to beginning, con- west 13 be greatly missed throughout GO taininL' 2 acres. 3 rods nnd .14 pole Rreedy, nvancious, bloodthirsty, sen- Llfhtt GO against its self cannot atnnd. It is It hn nothing to do with the nreacnt Wo guarantee them, so you nre proof land, and being lot No 14 in s"id sunl, nnd vicious nations thnt has this section. New York World. not nccpssnry that a political organ!- - coal shortage division, anid lots A nnd 1 1 hiving evci disgraced the pages of history. Miss Lillie Chappell visited Misses tected avnilist nnv auinionn nf tlinlr zntion be sundered organienllv to be beer convpved to A'exinder Hniep Thou knowest thnt Germany has Annie nnd Emma Jtifer. weakness. Strongest and atuolutaly divided but there may be division SPADE YOUR I OT OR YOU'LL RE by deed from John Hruco nnd wife nnd within reach of all farmers Mr. Emil Park is at home for a drawn from the eyes of mankind SHOT recorded in deed book ,paj;c of sentiment and purnnai which i days. W. K. WARNER In the office named. enough tears to make another sea; few the most perilous liiion that can I It good tn sit before the fire ami Tract No. 4 Being lot No. 7 in thnt she has drawn blood enough to Stanford, Ky. dltnrh n nation's progre. The peo watch the coal ablnrinir, far out of Phone 188 paid division, nnd beginn!n" on railple of this country mut be one in reach of Wilhelm' Ire and cruel road grant on corner of lot 0. thence redden every wave upon that sea; CONSTIPATION amnxing. It's good to cat three west that she has drawn enough groans w'tli line of same north 88 feeline- - and thoiieht to nre.ent nn VVCIN'ATK. 48 noles to corner of same, thence nnd shrieks from the hearts of men, n ,,n' in r,m" room or kitchen I nm prepared impregnable breastwork against the to vaccinate for Anoath 8 enst 8 pole,! to corner of lot women and children to make another and feel thnt yon nre far nwny from 1 X P thrax. Blnrk Leg, nnd all othor O .1. .!. And Sour Stomach Caused This enemy. . o.uiunce wnn line oi fume ""uiii ' ; nWc pray Thee that Thou Hlndenburg'. wild pitrhln It's good tock dincnscs. 88 cast 40 poles to railroad m.iunta Brave men and abundance of supLady Much Suffering. Black-DraugIOMN COOK. to snuggle in your bed. in alhnket Vtrrlaariin, 1'iant nnd with same north 11 wet "'" m:iKe uare iny migniy arm anil plies nre mighty elements, but one. 8 noles to beginning, containing Stanford, Ky. bent back that great pack of hungry, nnd not to lie nwake Phona 204. Relieved. ness of spirit is the secret of our without number 72 poles acr, conveyed toof lnnd, being the wolfish Huns, whose fangs drip with nnd dreud that Hun will wreck vour success. The time is now with u lai'tl Alexander Bruce blood and gore. We pray Thee that Iumber. Thnt'. what we do back Mcadorsville. Ky. Mrs. Pearl Pat- when nil feelings of sertionMi'm, hv ' !rs of James Bruce, January Auto Bus Between the stars in their course and the rick, of this place, writes: "I was at home, we folk of whom T'r-- i .10 ,r'n1 of record in deed book rnce prelndice, nnd tmrtnn bitter, here winds and waves may fight against in said office. ra"'- ery constipated. I had sour stomach ness should be buried nnd only the writing, who hnve not croal Danville and Stanford Tract No. A Being lot No. 12 In them. to save the ling by fonm and was so uncomfortable. I went to thought of thp safety of rmr home 'aid c'hisinn, and beginning nt corWc pray Thee that Thou wilt bless the doctor. He gave me some pills. fighting. But how nbout the Yankee Lenves Daily Eicrpt Sunday ner of lot No. 11. thence with line of Stanford (SL Asaph Hotel) and our cherished AnnT'fin lnt'tn-tlon- s boys who've gone nmong the Frenchsame north 80 west 10 poles to cor- our beloved President and give him They weakened mo and seemed to at 10:00 n. m. nnd 4.00 p. m. should inspire our nrtinn There strength of mind nnd body and cour- tear up my digestion. ner of same, south 8 cast 12 men, nnd given tip their fireside joy Lenves Danville (Hotel Annex) at They would Pol" to corner of lot No. 13, thence age of heart for his arduous duties crlpe mo and afterwards It seemed is nothing more neeitrm ,, to make to be n Nation's trenchmen? It's up u:uu a. m. nnd lao p. rn. ,.XT(,te to u to think .urc compIole victory with same south 85 east .10 poles to in these sorrow-ladestaggering I was more constipated than before of them nnd see thnt Bundles and Packnges Carried at Low Charges the restoration of peace than n snirit coiner of same, thence north 8 west days. We pray Thee to bless the Sect I heard of and de- of nbsolutp justice, a feeling of bro- they don't suffer, and he who fails i.'l J 2 poles to beginning, containO. L MINKS. Prnorl.tor .1 roods and 34 poles of retary ing 2 acres, we'll all condemn as slacker, slob of State, the Secretary of cided to try IL I found It Just what I lnnd. and being same land conveyed War, and the Secretary of the Navy; needed. It was an easy laxative, and therly love nnd kindness toward nil nnd duffer We've got to feed our our citizens with no thought of race j gallant troops nnd krep by heirs of and bless, we pray Thee, the Naval Hruce fja Alexander them fit for T. V. PENNINGTON. not bad to swallow. My digestion soon or color. Let the negro lender ev- Imtth ;, nnd if we TThtic, Hruce, by deed dated Jan. 21. don't we're just DENTIST in said office in deed Strategy Hoard. Bless, we pray Thee, improved. I got well of the tour stom1001, n record erywhere stand gigantic together n plain goops, as dumb as driven cat- - Myari Lord, the generals at the head of our ach, my bowels soon seemed normal, . , page. "book Houtu Flatt one man on the question of loyn'ty Stanford, Ky. tie. We've got to hustle, you nnd I, Tract No. C Being lot No. 10 in Army. Bless the boys across the sea, no more griping, and I would take a . 1GS Phonat OfTica 240 said division, beginning on northwest "somewhere in France," and bless doso now and then, and was In good to the country and universal patri- to help to save the nntion; we've otism in the present crisis of thi got to 'tinnier of church lot, thence north those protecting our transports, load- shape. raise a food supply n big a great war. d8 1 - west with line of lot No. 9. 20 ed 1 cannot say too much nil creation. Get ready then to spade for to the water's edge with men and pole to comer of same, thence south J. B. PERKINS I love the American soil, your lot and make n chance for parfor It Is the finest laxative poles to corner in line provisions. Bless our boys nt homo east 14 8 Her products before me stand DENTIST don. Now write to the National of Clara Coulter, thence her line who are in the cantonments. Bless, one can use." Rooms Lincoln Dank Building has for Dear are the ships upon her seas Thcdford's east .10 poles to line of we pray Thee, the Senate and House south 81 Emergency Food Garden Commission And soldiers upon her lnnd. Phona 214 STANFORD. KY. Mrs Mount, thence her line north of Representatives and give them many years been found ot great value nt Washington, sending n A poles, 15 links to her corIn the treatment of stomach, liver and For her my tears shall flow, 10 stamp nnd get a free garden primer. wisdom and strength, for they seem bowel troubles. Easy to take, gentle ner, thence with road to church north For her my prayers ascend. South End Farmers 03 Wt 15 poles, 8 links to south- to have come into the kingdom for and reliable in Its action, leaving no To her my enre nnd toils be given Germany wins the Kniser will finnllv It has won tho praise west corner of church lot, thence such a time as this. And Lord, mny bad can have all nllmcnts of thousands of people who have used Till enres nnd toils shall end. cast 0 noles. 2 world with cattle nnd other live of thpir horses, stamn liberty out of the with snme north 7 child, stock promptly God has inspired me to believe his Prussian iron heel of despotism and expertly attended by in linl.s to beif inning, containing 3 every man, woman nnd from from IL Min10 poles of land, and being Maine to California and ace and that America shall win this wnr nnd nnd versus democrncy. It is hereby DR. H. A. PICKETT ... .....wt v .. ..- Ernest Grubbs, aged 22, secured same Ilaim tnvvtu in Alnvindnf nesota to Louisiana, stand up to the col-oI f Veterinarian, King's Mountain, Ky. Bruce by Emma Weaver and husband last ditch and be glad 'and willing to license Wednesday to marry Miss free the world from the iron grnsp j that particularly nppeal to the n imperialism nnd, that great Pru- - ored readers of thi very great bv deed dated Dec. .1, 1902, recorded suffer nnd endure until final victory Serena Allen White, 18, at Danville. , in said , page iii deed book military grin, which is so tight I per, be loyal to your country and let shall come. Bless our allies, and may uncover our heads and lift our faces on the necks of the European nations! u office. nssure Mr Wilson of that fact. AUCTIONEERING Tract No. 7 Being lot No. 11 in victory be ours. And in Thy own said division, anil beginning nt a time and in Thy own way we pray to the heavens and sing with a new that they cannot assert themselves that he can rely unlimitcdly on us I can get you highest prices for your and when we shnll have gained the ns to follow the flng land, stock, crops or household goods. stone and old corner near chestnut Thee that Thou wilt release the meaning branch, thence north 88 My country, 'tis of thee, victory, then the Kaiser shall be over- whereever it may lead. on Sales Cried Anywhe-- t dove of peace until d west .10 poles to a stone, thence I remain yours for pence ami lib- turned, the wnr shall enil and it Sweet land of liberty. JOHN B. DINWIDD1E. Mor.lanJ. poles to a stone, Thou shalt dispel the storm clouds south 8 cast 12 will then hnve made thp future of erty. Of thee I sing. corner to lot 12, thence with line of that hang lowering over this ISAIAH SMITH. And the prnise shall be to Thee rivilzation brighter than ever before south 8(5 east .10 i.oW to corsame and sorrowing Logantown, Kv. forever, through Jesus Christ. Amen. by making it safe for democracy If ner of same, thence north 8 west is all over we will 1.1 poles to beginning, contain- world; and when it ing 2 acres, .1 roods, and .14 poles of 0 chains to two pines land, and conveyed by last nnmed west 11 on top of knob, corner to George deed Tract 8 Beginning nt n point in widdie. with lino of Dinwiddle, 0 chains W. 15 western line of lands allotted to N. 11 W. Moreland. where the to a stone corner to same, N. 84 30 chains to a stake in lands of Alex and Robert Bruce meet W 1 in said line, thence in an easterly di- John MeCormack's yard fence, with 0 chains rection about 393 feet to a stone. 30 his line S. 13 4 E. 3 feet from Cincinnati Southern Rail to stake corner to same. N. 80 4 0 chains to stake in lino road r'ght of way, thence .10 feet W. 8 Aberdeen-Angu- s Cattle west of snid right of way in n south of John McCormack, and corner to oterlv direction about 3A0 feet to Reed. McCormack, with line of latHo Southdown Shaap, Duroc-Jartadirec-o- n ter S. 18 0 4 chain to W. 2 stone, thence in a westerly Tho best bloodlines is represented Tn about 371 feet to a stone cor--r stake corner to same, N. 87 W. 4 each of these famous breeds. High-clachains to a stake corner to of land owned by Alex Biuce, individuals for sale at all times. 0 chains to E. 1 nee In a northeasterly direction, same, N. 1 0 chains to th Alex Brucc's easterly line about stake, N. 0 W. 4 E. V. CARSON R. F. D. No. S '8 feet, to beginning, containing stake corner to Reed McCormnck in Stanford. Kentucky This wonderful preparation, Vin Hepaticn, is Nature's own remejtcres, more or less, being the line of George Pruitt, with line of J dy for fctomach, liver and kidney trobles, nnd we want you to try it. chains lnnd conveyed to Alexander Bruce latter S. 79 1 W. 12 NOTICE! It is made from Nature's own medicinal roots, herbs, barks nnd Ed Edwards, by deed dated Dec. to stone on top of knob corner to All persons having claims against berries, whose healing and curative properties have been known to E. 1, 1897. of record in deed book .18, McCowan. with his line S. 52 the medical professb n for centuries yet never combined into one the State Bank & Trust Co., of Stan3 chains to stone corner patfe .184, in said office. great medicine until ntly, when modern medical scientists discovTract 9 A .tract of knob land, be- same nnd Andy Felstreitzer. with ford, Ky., nre hereby notified to them In the correct proportion and gave to ered the art of coini 0 ginning at a stone corner to Alex line of last named S. 14 E. 9 present their claims to tho underthe sick and sufferii. if the world the universal prescription known 0 east 22 polos chnins to stako corner to same, with Bruco, thence south signed properly proven ns required ns Vin Hepaticn the 1 v rsal System Purifier. 0 chains to u stake, thence west 50 poles to line same S. 19 W. 19 Vin Hepaticn is pre). .d in one of the finest medical laboratories by law, nnd all persons owing said a stake in C. Carter's line, thence to n white oak stump, N. 89 W. 27 in tho United States, with nil the care of u physician's special prewest .11 poles, north chains te beginning, containnorth 7 bank are directed to settle at once. Is on the package. scription. The name of every ingredient 0 8.1 acres of land, more or east 25 poles to a stone, south ing 01 II. C. BAUGHMAN, Special Deputy Vin Hepaticn is truly a wonderful medicine nnd we henrtily re0 east 17 poles to a stone, north less. 1008t Banking Commissioner. commend It for indigestion, constipation, sluggish liver, kidney trouHI iLv4 '" 8.1 cast 24 poles to beginning The first eight tracts all ndjoin fcki. ble, sleeplessness, nervousness and other ailments resulting from trou-hie- s containing 9 acres, moro or less. But each other and will be sold as a "'"4?k,"""',,"lM4 ' of the stomach, liver anil kidneys. You may now feel all run there is excepted and excluded there whole, or as one tract. Then the redown, have that tired out feeling; your liver may bo sluggish, you L. Beailey & Co. from about one half acre heretofore maining two tracts, No. 9 and 10, k may not have a good appetite. r,.m,nj.4 u . M'MyM convejed hv Edwards to Sam will be sold as a whole, or as one uiUm junii.r. Ml I) Things may sour on your stomach as soon as you eat. You may to said tract. Also, appurtenant not be able to sleep well nt night. If so, come and get a bottle of over another tract The sale will be mrde on a credit land in a pass-wa- y Vin Hepatica and try It. We believe you will forever thank us for owned by said Edwards and of six month and the purchaser or of land ' bringing it to your attention. 15 feet wide. Thia land was convey- purchasers will be required to give MMWMtttr HHR 1 ed to Alexander Brucc's heirs by bond with good security for tho purJune Baughman, by deed dated July chase price, payable to tho commisj , VW HEFATICA CO. 1G, 1914, of record In deed book 53, sioner and bearing six per cent, inJlNASHVILl.E.TENN.r terest from day of sale until paid, page 29, in said office. Xr;et. 10 A tract of knob land, having the force nnd effect of a Phone 42, Stanford, Ky and beginning nt a stake on top of judgment. A lien will also bo retainknob, supposed to bo Johnson and ed on the property sold as further 0 security. Rccd'n corner, N. 88 4 W. 4 Embalmer Stanford, Ky. The Vin Hepatica Store E. C. WALTON, M. C. L. C. C. chains to a atake, north 8 Wnh-rinintlff- M.lor lvl 1 pro.-tnir- iii , d. JSrt et lTYu v-- Ml" A, ' -- I .... M- , ir -2 v: 'ti ! I i i bt, "u,, -- ht -- Black-Draugh- , J Black-Draug- 1- -2 Black-Draus- 28-2- after-effect- NC-13- 5 1 1- -2 white-winge- d, blood-soake- 40-10- 30-10- TAKE THIS GREAT Elir-ibet- -t 75-10- 3-- 08-10- SYSTEM PURIFIER For Your Stomach, Liver and Kidney Trouble 3-- 93-10- y G5-1- ss 1- -2 90-10- 21-10- 3-- 40-10- 0 -2 i -- i 19-1- 42-10- i 10-10- 1 1- 44-1- 40-10- -2 Jf '". ' iafl ol jiD '' J. mi I 3H if Lincoln Pharmacy 76-10- 3-- 4 Undertaker - ::4 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, January 25, 1918 S. H. S. Page Seve Overnight Relief for Constipation npi-IM K M an M mild, nation of simple laxative herbs with E pleasant-tastin- g eombi- - W N N n W i M M Syrup Pepsin, taken just before bedtime, M will afford grateful relief next morn8 ing, withoutgriping or other discomfort. a a M a o 1 M M it w M rs PARLOR GROVE Rev. Rugbcr wns unnnlc to All his regular nppointment here on account of the sickness of hi little son. A very pretty homo wedding wns solcmnlrcd Dec. 120, when Mim Rena Webb became the bride of Mr. Henry Sim. Mr. Sims is n gonial, Indus trioiu young mnn, who has mnny friend". The hrido is ii young lady, who is liked hy nil her acquaintances nnd will he greatly missed in tin neighborhood. The liride's pHrent'-preann elegant collation for tin HUSBAND SAVES WIFE From Suffering by Getting Her Lydia E. Pinkhnm's Vegetable Compound. I was not libit. GRADUATE APPOINTED CONSUL Piltsliml. V i ' i' o I, i n weakness wj ji Work owing to tiny months guest. Several useful presents SI B Dr. Caldwell's n M W N S M M Syrup Pepsin '' IWtff l.,ttiiv M)i.D o n n B H H H i riven the young couple, who will live mi tiie groom's fnrm, where lie h built n little cottage which h' had comjiletely furnished in reudi nrss for his bride. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. F. S ms enter tnined the' following gucrts fhr-- t Mr. mid Mrs. Hichnrd W"M Mr mid Mrs. Will Reynolds Bnd 'i tie daughter, of Wnynepbtiiy, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Whitakcr nnd Mr ( .. ney Knglc, of Lcxinxton. Mr. Preston Ilnnilc and f'imilv have returned from West Virginia. A nice program nnd C'hristmns tree wore presented here Christmas d.iy but owing to the inclement weather not mmiv weic nresent. A nice trei.l wns given to nil the member of the Sunday school. Mr Arthur Saunders, of Camp mnn wc titteiition to one of your newspaper advertisement nnd immediately my husband 'bought three bottles of I.vdia E. Plnkham's mused lickcn imd hemlachc. A frfond culM my which V V PILmmH ?3KmbbbS - ituJRMMMMMM k HMMMMb n R iiv DRt'ooisis i.vi:kyuiii:ri: n is M 50cts. (.:::.) $1.00 A tiiat bottle, ran U k! ! Dr.W. It. lc obtained, ftee of i lutgc, liy wilting in Caldwell, 457 Washington St , Monticello, Illinois r H 19 a MM -- IBQUBIIIIH The above is a good likeness of Hon. George Hopper, an old WILL THE WAR END? MRS. CONN'S ECC RECORD Stanford High School graduate, Class of 1907, who has recently Hnppy New Year greeting to all. Washington, Jnn I a When thu brought honor to his Alma Mater, by having secured the important curtain la rung up on wnr, not even May this be the most prosperous year appointment as United States Consul to Stockholm, Sweden, after the wisest of prophets can say when of your life having successfully passed the examination for that position. Ho A good many moving in ami some or how it will be rung down, For, of spent the Christmas holidays with his homefolks in Stanford, and is nil lotteries, wnr is the most uncer- of our best citizens moving out K. now on his way to his new post of duty. His rntny friends wisn tain. It may come to an unexpected K. Hutchison has about sold out and for him much success in his new work, nnd both the students and conclusion within a few weeks or will soon go bnik to Arizona, to the alumni of S. II, S. nrc quite protind of him The I.incolninn mouths, or it limy drag its bnleful regret of his many friends and kin. Mr and Mis Mike S. Iluriiside are length over twice us many ers r' When the rontlict between the moving ltaik to (iarrard county We States begnn in the early pnrt of regret ery much to see them go. ISfil there were Uiouwiuds both in May our Iosh be their gain Lancaster '" the North nnd South who confident- is their old home mid they need no Do colds go down to your throat? Are your bronchia! we ly following reeommenilntioti, nevertheless predii ted that the tubes easily affected? Above all, do colds settle on your Christmas would see the liwue drciil-e- feel there will lie a vacancy in losing chest? Then your lungs may not be as strong as you uml the banners of war ftuleil siirh families as the Hutchison, Rum expected consumption often follows. side and Illatt. The two latter will Hut four Christmas days were to Good Physicians Everywhere Prescribe pak., and the April of IHtfR was to make old (iitrrard mighty good and may they cherish thee fani rump before hostilities caned and ilies as citizens, ns we have seen their peace was restored to the land. The war, which hud been expected goodness . The Interior Journal will to end within a few months, had last, j ,0OM' 0,,' l,f tX ,,,M,t reporters in ,I,ntl fri,m Ml- Moriah. ed more than four years, had costMr- J"m 1m' hv wi!1 ,tl11 u' ,"' fow Cod Liver Oil is Famous 1 tens of thous.in.ls of lives and li,,,, frnm Hy:tlville lions of money. for strengthening delicate throats and weak lungs while its glycerine i" give you by actual count And so it has been with lusiriy ev- sootnes ine tender linings and alleviates the cough. u''1 '" 'king ami sold. Sold cry war that has been waged. Neilh- Start on , $l.1.!l worth of eggs during the purchase.! two nice milk cows of Mr j Hnnner" is played, and the same s,1,ll,.r Emulsion today It is Nature's rr nronhet nor building-foowithout drugs or alcohol. statesman has been able to foresee year of It) 17. a total of Tit I dozen T. J. Kllis. practice obtains in the Navy. A bill The Imported Nornrclin cod lhrroll In Scott' Emuhlan Is now In at .1(1 cent per dozen. Prices fluctuits end. our own American kiLoruturits which suafuntcen it fiect from iuimtillts. refined Mr. T. G. Hcnnett received a tole - W!,s introduced in the last Congress ated during year from 20 to SOc per When South Africa burnt into Scott Sc Bowoe. IllootnEcld. N.J. ' lo makl' lhc "Stnr Spangled Banner" gram Tuesday telling him of the flnme one October day in 18'J'J, the dozen, hence average price HOe. We ' "' nntional anthem by law, but it used right clo4 to 100 dozen during death of his sister in Denver. Col. ' fntM to como nconle of Kneland cxncctcd it to be uf for nctlon' In ,ho ' ' " P;,slry cooking and eat No funeral arrangementa have been meantime there are still many pco- - THE MEANING OF PATRIOTISM busy millions of free, happy and n short utruccle. Hut it was more " thriving people with schools, colmade at this writing. dozen, making a (Editorial From The l.incolnian.) than three years later before the ltoer ing. We set 17 Mr. KbriL-ht- . of Science Hill, has PIe wl, fhampion the claims of Patriotism, in order nnd impor- leges and churches at their dootv, ground total of litM dozens. If delegates set their names to the "America." One rhoul.l always stand with telegraphs, railroads and librawe sold them all at 3llc would have been the guest of her daughter. Mrs. when t,,e treaty which ended the war "Star S?anSIcd Banner" is tance, ranks next to the virtues that ries in all their towns? What are J. C. Hundley, and family. art assumed in domestic life. It is In the Franco-Prussiawar of been J20S 80. Nunmher of laying Mr. W. F. Sims and family. Mrs. bc'"K rtayeil, and it is correct to do something that is born in a man just they, huddled and cramped in their 1870 only six weeks had passed be- ' hens .18, an average of 18 dozen and C. Bell and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Whit- - thl snmc lf one wishes on thc Pb'inK the same as his soul. In the time of crowded little corners, jostling oVi'ti In hi' n. or ''Hi In hen. Tills Is fore the tragedy of Sedan saw the taker were dinner guestR of Mr. and, of "America. peace and abundance thc love of the against each other at every turn, Napoleon tin HI. and 'actual facts and furthemoro our hens Mrdownfall of It is considered probable that the ' I'rnlay week. citizens for their country may be compared with our own broad sweep the surrender of the entire armv n? did not lay anything extra. It was a n Mr John Waddle will either sell or present Congress will take some of territory, stretching from sunrise layers, and any re the North. The conclusion of the 'very bad year on when more im- somewhat forgotten and it takes a to sunset. We have room to strive on this question liable poultry man will say the Mime rent his farm and move to Herea. portant business li?s been attended great crisis to arouse them from their fighting seemed a certain matter of i where he will run the store of his slumber to a sense of their patriotic and labor and grow and enough to few weeks. Hut to the world's aston- But bear in mind we have the old grow on. If ever youth had the spirMr. William Perkey. who to. All signs point to the adoption of ishment it was not until six months brown leghorn chickens, hatched from has been drafted in Uncle Sam's the "Star Spangled Banner" as duty. The achievements of patriot'sm it of all things great nnd glorious Soi old trusty incubator, mndeby Harry have been portrayed hy historians, Inter that the last shot was tired and America's oflicial national anthem. ervice. celebrated by poets and orators, and awaken their patriotism and stir preliminaries or peace were ratified Johnson and mother. Wo believe The Farmers' Club met at Green GIRLS! GIRLS! TRY IT! chickens commence laying commemorated by painters and their young blood in their country's at Bordeaux. behalf, the youth of America must be Saturday aftersooner than those batched by hens. Briar school-houssculptors. STOP DANDRUFF AND The Germans bud planned to n noon with n jenod attendance. Some The itory of the three hundred the favored ones. Liberty's home, tie.-iBEAUTIFY YOUR HAIR their first hiv uiu.Wft' teller est 11 Our incubator chicks commence to Imsin.'SH was attended to nnd Mr. I. Spartans sacrificing their lives to the frecdonm's cradle and thc dove oC the present wnr, and but for the iKi.!,n' nt " n,0,,.l.h '''' Thwo ltchiHl B. Sanders was elected president and and eight Iiv hen generally at Falling Out And GeU glory of their country and of Wash- peace are all theirs. Who can fail to Hnir Stop lant Helgiar.a and the British minli' Mr. Jarrett .Johnson secretary for Thick, Wvy, Strong And ington, presenting homself ns the love such a country? Who can let have done so. They certainly expect-- months, that is the Leghorn. The the coming year. Wyandotte is our second Beautiful e , white mark of a powerful nation's venge the dark cloud of war pass without ed n complete victory over Kran-Mrs. A. H. Wylie has been enterchoice layers. In fact they both go ance to protect the feeble colonies pledging himself and doing all that and Russia within a few months. Your hair becomes light, wavy, and then laying aside power, and re- is possible to aid his country? to laying at five months old. Now taining her niece, .Miss Starns, of When Russia and Turkey came n fluffy, abundant and appears as soft, tiring to heifer we sold Science Hill. from ii private life will be repeated blows in the spring of 1877, the lustrous and beautiful ns a young to the young by parents and teachers ONE DOSE RELIEVES $.r2.20 worth of butter beside the Czar's armies marched from victory culf we sold for $2.1.50 at our sale girl's after a "Danderine hair to the latest generations. JUDGE FOR YOURSELF A COLD NO QUININE to victory until it seemed certain cleanse." Just try this moisten a and the cow for JfiS.fiO, making a toPatriotic devotion does not have to would see the that a few weeks tal of $146.20 and when she was five Which I Better Try An Experi- cloth with a little Danderine nnd ho due to a certain extent to thc at 'PanV CM Ccmr'v.ind" End: Ssj Turks brought to their knees. But months old I wns offered $15. I kept carefully draw it through your hair, tractions ment Or Profit By A StsnfotJ of the land or country. But Coldi Or Grippe In A the cleverest experts had not fore- her 19 months and sold her for neartaking one small strand at a time. Ciliien't Experience it is derived from a more generous seen Osman Pasha's gallant defense ly ten times as much. Now does it This will cleanse the hair of dust, enthusiasm and by thc of Plevna, which kept the Turkish pay to keep your heifer calves? 1 onSomething new is an experiment. dirt and excessive oil and in a few superior advantages and glory of a flap flying from July to DecemLer ly make mention of this to see if Relief comes instantly. moments you have doubled the country. Must be proved to be ns representIf the Russian struggling and kept final defeat to bay until A dose taken every two hours unbeauty of your hair. some other good woman can't do the ed. beneath the heel of oppression; or year had dawned. til three doses are taken will end Besides beautifying thc hair at The statement of a manufacturer same or nettcr. Anyone tnat uoes the Turk, a tool of lust and capric grippe misery and broak up a tcverc once, Danderine dissolves every par In Japan's war with China, in not believo the eggs and butter ac- is not convincing proof of merit. ious power; or the Chinaman, hidden 1894, a long and bitter struggle was count, cun write Mobcrly, of But the endorsement of friends is. tide of dandruff; cleanses, purities in his seclusion from the world, cold cither in thc head, ches. body or limbs. Now supposing you hnd n bad back, and invigorates the scalp, foiever almost universally expected. Hut nnd Wm. Dickerson, of Lanwhere ignorant hordes are born and It promptly opens cloggcd-u- p nos stopping itching and falling hair. A lame, weak, or aching one? here, too, Japan confounded the caster, and also Bailey & Moss, they die in poverty and stupidity, can trils nnd nir passages in the head, But what will please you i.ioi-- t will wisdom of the wise, nnd by n single are the ones who bought them. Total Would you experiment on it? shout and fight for their country. stops nasty discharge be after a few weeks' use when you sledgehammer blow knocked all thc nold by me $287.47. If I should count You will read of many or nose What ought not the American youth relieves sick headache, dull- will actually see new hair- - fine nn I fight out of her opponent. cures. my cow it would be $.155.97. Thin feel, and do, nnd dare and suffer for Dn fovnricrinuca enwn fU.nt .. y downy at first yes but ically nvr In 180(1, when Austria and Prussia was my pin money or what I made Kndorsed by strangers from "" their country? What is England's I ta hair growing all over the scalp lf places. mnrshnlcd n million men at the call independent of my husband's help. I glory as queen of the seas; Don't stay stuTcd up! Quit blow- It's different when the endorse- you care for pretty, soft hair and with her vine clad hills and France of war, there seemed every prospect urge all house-wive- s in the county to classic ing and snuffling! Ease youi tlnob- lots of it, surely get i small bottle of prolonged nnd closo fighting, far get a good strain of chickens and go ment comes fioni home, groves; what are they compared with hing hend! Nothing else in tho of Knowlton's D.indciiiie from any Ensy to prove local testimony. thero was not a pin to choose be- to work and not be depending on world our own grent land of prairio and gives such prompt relief diuggist or toilet emitter for a few ns 'Tape's tween the rival forces. But what their husbands for everything. The Read this Stanford case: sloping hills, roll- Cold Compound," broad rivers which costs only a promised to be n mighty duel run- I best feed that we have ever gotten B. G. Jones, Whitley Ave., hays: cents. It ing lakes, ofof wido valleys, and of vast few cents at any drug store. It nets ning into years came lo a dmntnti hold of is Purina Chowder chick feed. "I had attacks of kidney complaint fields of corn and wheat and cotton, without assistance, Thomas J. Jones sold to MolTett tastes nice, and closo within s'x weeks from the fir- It will innko hens lay when nothing nnd the kidney secretions were Irreging of Ihe first shot, when n single else will. We got ours from W. II. ular, at times acting too freely, then & McClintock and delivered to them of enne and grass and grazing herds, causes no inconvenience. Be sure you of towns nnd cities mid states, of get the genuine. battlo between thu rival hosts left Higgins, of Stanford. During the, again scanty in passage mid would at Millcridmrx 25 hogs at $1(1 per Auslra hopelessly crushed and beat- year of 1917 I sold $i!5 woith ofi contain u sediment. My back was hundred pounds. Thoy were Duroe derson, T. B. Montgomery, Mattie II. POSTED! en. chickens. I want to see what other sore and lame mid I could hardly Jerseys, littered the Inst of July and We, whoso names are hereto at- Hews, J. E. Bruce, John J. Cartor, And so it wns when Serbia, with iv m,, beat my record, although I lien.l over or move my hack in any averaged a fraction over 200 pounds. tached will permit neither hunting, J. B. Myers, J. T. Hnckloy, Logan Russia at her buck, Hung down t'" am not running a race with any one. way on account of sharp' catches! fishing nor trespassing of any kind Hubble, A TEXAS WONDER Mrs. Nancy J. Smith, gauntlet to Turkey In July of 1S7(. My advice is to get thu pure strain of across my kidneys. Black spots lloat on our property, and thoso of The Texas Wonder cure, kidney oin,. had dixsv Here ngnin, n long nnd deadly strug- - chickens of some kind, they are the eil before my eves and uteTttho Bright's Inn Farm, F. L. Thompson, suclw troubles, dissolves grav-- , gle was generally anticipated. But all best. With best wishes to nil the spells and headaches. I rend of Doan's and bladderdiabetes, weak and lame. full cxtent of tho ,, tl, cures Mi D EImore u. s. Traylor j, D, falsified when, on the readers. Pills mid bought some at The backs, rheuma ism, and all Irregular-- 1 Nave. Louis Kidney forecasts were Nave. S. J. Embrv J. L. JOhtt WHITE & CO. last dny of October, thu Turks fell Penny Drug Store. They strengthen ties of the kidneys and bladder in Bobbins, J. C. Fox & Son. Geo. B, LOUISVILLE, KY. MRS. FRED J. CONN. Regulates iruitt. Miko Rogers. James Smith like an avalanche on tho enemy nnd ed my back mid put my kidneys in both men and women. biiiuier troubles In children U not a. L. Thompson. Ed Ballard. Father Liberal I assortment printing at the In- good order." " "h elns iobofficii brought tho campaign to a sudden and bM druggist, will be sent by p. Leo, Fred VonGruenignn. Albert TV f u soldbyvour terior Journal dramatic end. Price lille. at all dealers. Don't """ " i ..ww. v.iv uUl.; voniiruciiigan, J. m u. uamenisch rawrUniJ "." is two months' treatment, and sol- - PmMnr Hni Such Is tho lottery of war! No tho present war .will continue through simply ask for a kidney remedy wr t mnn today, in Washington, in f,on- - tho present year or longer, oi will get Doan's Kidney Pills the same dom fails to perfect a cure. Send fori cordier, Frank Smith, Jacob Gnn: JJUlVTi w, ,. ... sworn testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall. .1 don. in Paris, or elsewhere, can say end suddenly with tho collapse of that Mr. Jones had. Foster-Milbur.i.t. vonuruenigan, jonn 292fi Olivo Street. St. Louis. Mo ' "rr rtuo,i" An-- I Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. with any degree of certainty whether Germnny and her allies. Herzogg, Geo. L .Sudduth, D. M. It Sold by drugging. Join the Red Cross today. ,. WlirN citi-xe- n - mil-j'M- 1 'H inflammation, ulceration. irrinrulnrities lmckache, headaches, nervousness or . it ...i niues, .1 ii ouiui nccepi. aira. nunr "me berg's suggestion and j;lve Lydia E. Pinkhnm's) Vegetable ComKHind a thorough trial. For over forty venrs It lias Leer, correcting such .ulu. ..is. If you bavi Zachary Taylor, visited with home-folk- s mysterious complications .vrite for over Christmas. advice to I.vdia E. 1'inklmm Medicine Mr T. J. Kllis has been cntertnin-- I Co., Lynn, Mass. ing his friends witli Victrola selec-- I SONG NATIONAL tions. He has a handsome new Vietro-- ! NO LEGAL What is the national anthem of la nnd severs! choice records. Mr I.ytt Webb nnd family were 'the United States? This is a que:-' i in'it"' holiday visitors w'th Mrs. Webb's tion that seen to ti - nr parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. M. K. Km - Iop'1"' j'i'1" n" hv "i" " 'I quir'es nn thi nn bunks -- i on '.. I Mis Vesta Sims spent Wednesday "ci I" I"f-m- t i At times t -- tn and Thursday w.th Mise I'IomIc '. I1'' proport'om of d's'-nt'- Waddle. " i' Mr. an.! Mrs Claude Slme have maintam'nic th- -t " mo mnvi.il frnm tin. UnrnV iirnnertv tnil national ailtWem tile ot'.:cr in- th" i' in the 'Star will soon locate 'n V'lni Moui-.i'ni !hrt i " IK- - of of - e i oloe wliere Mf. Sim 'i to the ni'in " Mr. Crawford !' ' nd famii .i ' ' it.s nnd c"brefs In oil und Crab re ite.l rulntiv". in Hi vhen t.. now when to n ' ' Orchard airs Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sirot i ent the orchestra s plsv'nc tint" The United States, savs th- Friday night of lust week with Mr. Bureau, ha never legally nnd Mrs. Richer.! Weld), Ti,n i.. I. on.. uimoo nrw. adopted a nntioti'il anthem. The ered with snow for the last four, "Star Spangled Hnnner" s usually considered, however. Wb-r- e the weeks, not all liavmg melted before Armv Peculations coll for ihe "na- another heavy fall. Mr. Arthur Cornettc and brothers tionBl anthem" the "Star Spangled ! for me. After taking two bottles 1 felt firfc. e nnd my troubles caused by that athlngof thepjist. All women who sutler ns I did should try Lydfu B. Pinkhnm's Vegetable Compound." Mrs. Jab. Roiiniifko, C20 Knapo St., W. K., Pittsburgh. Pa. Women who suffer from any form or weakness as imltc ucil ly uispliicemenis, mpound weak-nessar- VtRp table Co- "hbHIbmmm ' V ''""'alMr 'yMMMV' t'MMH V I 'uI'V"mmmS HMMMBMBkSLaI .hmmmmmmmI t tii I 1 n- - n,-t- i ' 'i ! '"" r-- Are Your Lungs Strong? I i 1 I I h- - m I Infor-matio- n i PTT'5 d EMULSION i Scott's I ct 17-- 'J ' n I ac-fo- son-in-la- e t l j 1 Few-Hour- self-sacrifi- er y. run-nin- -- far-nwn- 1ni' ( i 1 n ,' !.,. il r, ni aKfcsj97vi 1 wn fywfa5ij8m&& HMQPrP'TsVIHmPlflR)PiVMfl'slfiMV9nMVKlR9RKHIHIHV9n mm' A ?ir2 opJHRM!.ki A J .J JsWrrBT! .fc.'1 1 T IW4PrtBTffWl ;- V Page Eight li 1 1 t wv The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, January 25, 1918 U. VXVVXVWVXXVWVIVV.VCVWSVVXXXVWXVVV r 2 Arc whnt you want when you buy, seeds that linvo hijih purity and germination teats. You can pet weed seeds 5 for nothing. tre know seeds and have the best connections in the seed producing sections of the country which enables us to go direct to hte section where grown nnd get the purest, and best to be had. That Grow SEEDS TRADE BODIES t LAND, STOCK AND CROP COMMEND WAR ADMINISTRATION Nation Wide Approval of National Security League's Resolution Indorsing Work of Conjress. f &'i r if be TERMS Said land cash, balance irt two d for eouil installments, due in one and two years with interest from date and lien retained on land to secure the deferred payments. Personalty will be sold as follows: Sums of $10 and under cash: over that amount. one-thir- An encouraging relief In these dor of charge of llslo)alty aml criticism J of public officials Is supplied liy thn Nntlonaf Security League In a resume $ of resolutions commendatory of the work of the Special War Congress, the Every bag of seeds we send out is tagged as to puritv and germination according to the KENTUCKY PURE SEED $ rresldent. the Cabinet nnd the CounLAW and you will always find our seeds above the stan- cil of National Defense passed by dard. trndo associations, chavibers of commerce, nnd other commercial liujlos in Write us for prices and samples and be convinced. We nil parts of the country. This action are now the largest dealers in Northern Kentucky. by nonpartisan organizations, representing practically oery branch of Wo are now in the market for good Dry Seed Corn. Lin- business In the United States, In being coin Wonder for Silo, Boone County White, Iteid's Yel- tnken In response to their circularize-Holow Dent, Etc. Write us stating what you have. 4 by the Security League following r mmm M.M. VV 9 JL M.m m. M.M. tmmtmM.M. Vj tho passage of a resolution along tho same llnus by Its Managing Committee. The Indorsement of the acts of tho various agencies of the national "CASCARETS" BEST IF HEADACHY. BILIOUS. gincrnmint toward 'the aggressive fs-iSICK, CONSTIPATED and otllclent prosecution of the wnr IniJ cluded In the Securlt) League's resume comes from Texas, North Dakota, Bctt For Liver And Bowrla, Bad Montana practically ccry stato In Breath, Bnd Cnldt, Sour tho L'nlon and from organizations Stomach ranging from tlm. Illinois Grain Dealers' Association nnd tho National WHOLESALE & RETAIL box. ? Leather Association to the Chnmbers GcJ. n Sick headache, biliousness, coated We are manufacturing flour atrictly In accordance with of Commerce of Sault Ste. Marie, Phones South 335 and 336 the United Statea Food AdminWtration'a instruction!. tongue, head anil noe clogped un Mich., nnd Port Arthur, Texas. That It, we are making 95 of all the (lour wo make The Seeurlt) League's letter to the with n cold alwnys trace th's to Food Administration License No. & (lour in our into one grade. We are packing thia 95 ? commercial bodies reads: torpid liver; delayed, fermenting No. 1 Fancy Patent flour aacka. 'The Mamglng Committee of tho food in the bowels or sour, gassy We are very much gratified to know how good 'a Dour National Security League ha passed ,tomach You need not hetilale to use lliia flour for thia maltea. tho following resolution, to which wo Paalry and Light Bread, in fact for all baking purpoaea. M. l'otaonom matter cloeged in the our special attention: We have made thorough teata of thia flour in our home, intlto Intestines, intcud of being enst out Headquarters for nnd know poaitively that it ia good. The (lour la hard"Keen Appreciation." The undersigned executors will, on into the of the svstem is ly ao white aa we formally made It, and that's all. If Best Fire and Life Insurance TOESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1918, "'Resolved, That we urge tho blood. When this poison reaches the nothing worse than uaing this grade of flour happens to ua during this war, fortunate people are we. Very truly beginning at 10 o'clock on the prem- Phones 168, 45 Stanford, Ky. branches of the National Security delicate brain tissue it cnues conLeague and all public bodies to express gestion and that dull, throbbing, ises of the Into John Talyor, about two miles south of Gravel Switch, ckcnlnB headache offer for sale the following property: tlon of tho splendid constructhe work Cascarets immediately cleanse the The farm on which the late John Tay by our senators and represents dono lor licd at the time of his death, Mil I rrprr itnt tbe largest ind tost made to tlves In enacting legislation to pro stomach, remove the sour, undigest- nrtttr clothing houar in this coantrr consisting of about 595 acres. The Ed r. conduct of tho ed food nnd foul gases, take the ex- iMOOu -oaiTio tide and Co., Chicago, lit. ilj tr farm is located on the Rolling Fork pcrirnce Pri'tmexnrlnf and dirrttlnr the msk war, for the effecthe in cess bile from the liver and carry out and a considerable portion of it is ine of your clothes, firri me the sdvantar, '"And be It further resohed, That u th0 constipated waste matter nnd fine bottom land, and the whole of orrr one who li not practical tailor. If too nromiie the remainder is in grass and timber will f iff me your order.retI will worth of ron a we point out that the remarkable poisong !n thc bowels, quare deal. Ton will the ront and is nracticnllv vircin soil, suscep sinner, euner in ine heapeit eradea or th, record of Congress In this regard HERE AND THERE A Cnscnrct toni ht wiu suroI price, Mr together with the wonderful work traighten you out by morning. 1 hey tible to cultivation and well adapted With n view to securing nn nppro- FALL AND WINTER to tobacco, hemp and ccrn. The farm being done by the President and fer roar In li box printion of $5,000 per month for the a "v wnue you Meei is located on the Gravel Switch and line of tamplei now now readjrm. ihow yon Cabinet nnd Council of National De- pection. Can and let Canoy Creek turnpike and is well fento Is such aa to merit the gratitude from your druggist means your hend Confederate Home nt I'cweo Vnllcy, Ptactlcal Tailo' l.il la ,ml rceauttoa lt DTTOf watered. The improvements are good, t. 8rNrotD. Ki M..Ji of the Dubllc and la fact of all liberty- - clear, stomnch sweet, breath right,! the Executive Committee of thnt In. , bw nMwr .wwhin, na.ms.UT y cons-stina Trw atvv minadrtailAC of a splendid ur world, complexion rosy nnd your liver and'gtitution has prepared nn nddresj to loving peoples throughout tne eight-roodwelling, three excellent It Is but fair that opportunity be taken bowels regular for months. It! the Governor nnd member of the , tb U,. INifM mn wmt stack barns, one tobacco barn, two m. mt to fully convey to tnem tnese senir tenant houses and other necessary Legislature. The home will have to i.ip.ii... A i.wi noma .B drat, utt ot -V rMs ments of the American people. Those ojtbu'i'liiurs. The fencing is all in RAID ON HOG PEN 1M.I lv close, the address says, unless the I4 tMiliry bogk trm ou who know their work will be Inspired also A Winchester dispatch says: Three appropriation is made. iie condition. There is of ons the 0311:3 ttlttil C3tllitea. U by the splendid example of their otll- - hogs stolen from the fnrm of John about 250 acres fat? FARM LOANS .lal Mnwiwana nn n tlnAo lit vnrliln thlt li walnut and other hardwood timFuel Administration officials, be- - a 11i 111 t near Thompson Station ttsi . .. r ,: : :'.r ZZ .a".1;;",;:. ;. .i. ber Said timber is a part of a virgin Oyer 3 Million Loanod Througn alt n I eV nfiiil 14 tVin iievuig wic ziinu nsieiu 01 msiiiuui itiiis niitUr ii'nrii ...-,- " k forest nnd there are five or sis sacrifice. The quauty and unity ot ling coal will prevent another coal '.XL'j !Wjw wja Thia Offic ! black walnut alone. The whM! ," nervier that nasoeen rendered luiun thieves m the lot from vvvvvvavavvavaavvvveve .(shortage sith winter, are hastening fisxa will be offered in three tracts nation during tho past few months, were taken, loaded on a slide 'mlt plans 7 put the distribution system to nd then, ns a whole nnd the best regardless of party lines'. Is unparal- carried away. The theft was reported Into effect within a few days. With rTri afeopled. Possession of the land leled In history.' to the police. will be given when the terms of sale the embargo still in effect the railINSURANCE "Kindly permit us to suggest that aro complied with. Said executors 1 CINCINNATI STOCK MARKETS roads have been able to intensify efwdi also offer for sale at the same BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE approval by your organization of thia of farm-icoal and food and to be a distinct public resolution would Hogs Receipts 8,700; slow; pack- forts to move time and place a quantity govern -when implements, and household and Cheaptida ft Short Laxlnfton, Ky. service at this tlmo allied the It need ers and butchers $ 10.25; common to increase the supply of these comkitchen furniture. ment and rlth modities in thc Knst. sold thVslnceVest Is will 1,000-pound - I n Vilfidfratidjiimfie' Hemp growers of Garrard have nml will pool their crops. K.Jj. Horry sold to n Htislonvllle party n heavy porker for $72 75. K. T. Pence, Jr., sold to T. W. Jones two cows nnd cnlves nt $80 nnd three yearling heifers nt $30. The Atlnlr News says Unit Jnnies H. Young sold to Bennett h Grnham 28 steers nt 10 per pound, nnd that Klzy Young liontrlit a pa'r of mules from n Russell county party for $100. The Hiley Long fnrm of 137 acres nenr Millerslmrg was bought by Joe Atkinson nt $175.50 per ncrv. At the sale n bunch of cnttle sold nt $105, milk cows $07 to $105 nnd sheep from $15 to $21.50. A meeting- of the sheep breeders of Kentucky will be held nt the Phoenix Hotel, Lexington, on Jan 20th. at 1 :30 P. M for the purpose of passing legislative lnws for the protection of the sheep Interests. There were only about S00 rn. tie on the Mt. Sterling court Montlnv and trading generally was slow 1 tit prices high. Rood yearlings broib'ltt 10c; heifers 7 nnd 8c, cows 5 1 J A number of mtiles were nnd 0 Fold nt $180 to $225. There wrs very little demand for horses. Corduroy Suits For Men and Boys -- . '"": i v. tf u CRAB W. E. PERKINS ORCHARD . KENTUCKY,,'.! Air. Our store will be closed every ,Mon-- day, as per order of Dr. Harry Garfield, " to conserve fuel, until further notice. T'ft j&A Please place your orders accordingly.! W H WiiVic ju .Qfanf.rw.tlV. ijl m m Sil wn:intl:lliCwu:mtf3'lrvZMili3i7isii COVINGTON, KENTUCKY J FLOUR Uiiitedtates EXECUTOR'S SALE R. NEW LAND To the Public: J.H.Bauhman&Co. ?KB Hens lay 10-ce- g H. ti-i PV AMAZINGLY two-stor- 5 Per Cent ' y u I mkm 'rsly rit 1 JMwMxJ atut first-clas- ,7":,, l Kcy. car-lojd- ", Tu. :'., ... 4 it iihiih I m ii W. KING & SON YOUR 1 PRINTING A Viloable Aeet of Your BiuIbccs nj if Ki M N Tkia cold wea- suppon and erve six months' note with npproved se- - and A joint conference of the fii? 12.50. of all citizens. Will ou curity bearing interest from date. u.uu(iii!,.uu. packers and representative! of their) Inform us of the passage bj; your body slow; calves steauy, Lunch on premises. Sheep Receipts 100; steady; lambs union emplojes will be hold today 111 J. Clark Taylor and John Taylor, of this or a similar resolution?" ( 1im.us S. J. Small, managerof tho Chamber steady. an effort to reach a bas' Jr., Executor of John Taylor, of Commerce of Lewlstown, Mont., of industrial sion for settlement Col. J. B. Dinwiddle, Auctioneer. writes that he hopes the League will It looks like good weather is here questions which have threatened "placo this resolution where It will do nt last. So mot it b". strike in the packing plants. Both the most good." sides announced thnt they had accept- -' to ' Watches, Clocks, Jewel- eil Secretary Wilson's invitationsaid the conference, but tho packers LUSITANiA MEDAL they were going to meet the union ry and Spectacles representatives ns individuals and Repaired by not us representatives of the packing house unions. d-- "T Vii 1 5 I' ) ; J i ij 1 '. '. n,! ;; ', ', We Help Our Cus- tomcrs to Success S With Presentable, j Profitable g 5 -. .sgrpiBJf ; ' : '. ROBERT FENZEL :;i!vv;.w;";:sftv t, f 11111111 n nnifnn ul hh, I PUBLICITY I ' IT Sa is 4 -- STANFORD. KY. No. 2788 In Weatern Union Telegraph Office Kedcrnl Kcscn'c DtetNo, 4 " ,REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF is. 1 Satisfaction Guaranteed MililHl i illflMI I Undertaker -- - Embalmer ther demands the warm garments, and one of the most sensible liltj 111 I ,X5C3 .BBeVfl'lrlvBBBBbaBW Offlf. J C. McCLARY I'boo. 1ST Uotaa Food 4 At Stanford, in tho Stato f Kentucky, nt close of business dec. 31, '17 RESOURCES $275,558.54 r"5 I.onns nnd discounts (except thoso shown on b nnd c) 00.62 v Overdrafts, unsecured r.n nnn nn ' . U. S. Bonds deposited to securo circulation (par vnlue). uuiuwiuu . 't or tnt tm " per ct. nnd 1 per ct. t)U.UUU.UU Liberty Loan Bonds, unpledged 3 Securities other than U. S. bonds (not including stocks), 29.808.00t f owned unpledged . 2,105.00 Stocks, other than Federal Reserve Bank Stock 2.500.00 Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per ct. of subscription) ... 4,000.00 Value qf banking house a.BOU.qi) Furniture "and fixtures 22,515.01 Lnwful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank 00,404.01 Cash in vault anil net amounts due from national banks Checks on banks located outside of city or town of report- 280.71 ing bank nnd other cash items Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer nnd due from U. S. " THE r Ko 1 .1 ri j 1 t 1 -- I kj 1 KI n j l. A f ri d A K.T h i-- I'wa r .' "I j,m ' N . Treasurer Total - 2.G00.00 thatcan be made now is thn purchase of 1 an Overcoat or a Mackinaw at our present old LOW PRICES. ROBINSONS K.31 'falOi'KT.KZ A The exemplar of the medal etruck by the Germans In commemoration ot the sinking of the Lusltanla, above reproduced, of Dr. Is In the possession Henry Van Dyke, of Princeton, N. J., former Minister from tbe United Statea to Holland. It was obtained for htm by an Amsterdam antiquary directly from Qormany la Hit. 50,000.00 Capital stock paid in 33,000.00 Surplus fund 3.300.53 Undivided profits ..... 50,000.00 Circulating notes outstanding 270,177.13 Individual deposits subiect to check Certificates of deposit duo in less than 30 days (other than 7,210.00 for money borrowed) BOTH BLUE GRASS 10,478.13 Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowed) . AND KNOB FARMS 55,753.30 Other time deposits Total of time deposits subject to Reserve, Items 41, 42, 43 and 44, $00,231.43 Let me know by letter or card and I will come and list and sell your ,..'tfi'. $488,079.00 Total farm for you. ! have a lot of Prospective Buyer now and It is no State of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, bs: bank do solemnly swear trouble for me to sell your farm for I, C. Hays Foster, Cashier of tho above-name- d you. Will list farm anywhere with- that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. C. HAYS FOSTER, Cashier in 50 mile of Waynesburg. nnd sworn to before I Correct Attest: Subscribed J. S. HOOKER, me this 10th day of Jan. 1018 M. T. HARRIS, W. M. BRIGHT, Notary Public R. B. WOODS, Directors Commissions, expires Jan, 11, 1920. WAYNESBURG, KY. Want200 Farms To Sell $488,970.00 LIABILITIES ' t..m Monroe Thompson V ' riytvr'r JWtP'm i"P"''I