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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): January 29, 1918 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1918 int1918012901_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): January 29, 1918 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. - s The Established I860 59th Year. No. 9 INTERIOR CONCERNING HEMP PRICES The hemp vnlsors of Lincoln and Tf 't .. The Interior Journal, Stanford. Kentucky. Tuesday, January 29, HAD 24 PINTS OF DOOZE Snm Thurmnn. colored, was ar rested Saturday night ns he stepped from train No. 21 by Chier or I'olice George T. Wood and placed in jail. Thurman carried a basket which he admitted contained 24 pints of whis key and besides this he hnd n bottle or so in his pockets, lie w.ti token before City Judge R. L. Davison Mon- day morning and n court of innuirv wns held, both County Attorney T. J. Hill nnd City Attorney P M. being on hand. Thurmnn swore thnt ho hnd been sent for the whisky by Chnrlie Hockcr, alto colored, who gave his $18. with which to purchase It. Hockcr wns found nnd brought In. He claimed thnt the whiskey belonged to him nnd admitted thnt he had sent Thurmnn for it, giving ns n renson for not going himself that he had to play for a dnncc Saturday night. Hockcr was questioned ns to where he got the money, when he sniil he "nlayed music' nnd wnited on tho tablo at the hotels. Questioned moro closely, he said .that he hnd not worked nt nny hotel since last fall nnd thnt he had onlv nlnVed Journal 1918 COME TO COURT FEIL 12th On account of the hentless Mon s Tuesdays and Fridays days the court dnv crowds nre invitndjninnlng counties nrc not feeling ed to gnther here Tuesdny, Feb. 12th, during the present year, Secretary of the best in the world over the prospect of selling their hemp crop nt n instead of the Monday previous. Ihls War Bnkcr announced before the is done both for the benefit of the Senate Military Committee In Washfigure that will justify tho expense merchants and the people who may ington In replying to charges of Inrnd trouble of production, but excome to town for the purpose of buy- efficiency in the Wnr Department. Of cerpts from n letter to Congressman ing. As Is well known the dry goods, these men, the Secretary said, there Harvey Helm from Frank Mclntyro, clothing nnd hardware stores ore not will be 500,000 In France "early this Chief of the Ilurcnu of Insular Afpermitted to open nt all Mondays, yenr." The others, he declared will fairs, printed herewith mny throw tl row some light on conditions conthe grocery stores can remain open be available during the present fc. cerning hemp and mny have the efonly until noon nnd the drug stores twelve omnths. Germany hnving failed to make concrete fect of making the hemp raisers feci nrc permitted to sell only drugs and Information hns heen developed to the longest a little better nhout their crops. Cemedicines on those days. By having any reply to the agreement proposed indlcntc the most satisfactory result nrch in the world. Tuesday, rather than Monday ns by the Unnitcd States regarding the Two persons were killed and 20 rtInly if Mcxlcnn hemp Is worth 19 to hoth tnxpnyors apd In the State per pound nnd Kentucky hemp court day, stores can all be found op- pay of commissioned officers held as were injured when a passenger train revenues. on the Pennsylvania line struck a is used for tho same purpose for en nnd the visitors enn buy what prisoners of war, no further pay"The Increase In the listing of sisal is used, which Mexican hemp or personnl property, utich ns street car near Canton, O. they want. T. W. Jones, who onerates ments will be made to any such prisproduct should be accounts, is The City Commissioners of Lex- the Kentucky the Nunnelley Stock Ynrds, will hold oners In the custody of the United llonds, stocks, notes nml sales on Tuesday nml will so notify Stites. remarkable nml It is estimated will ington reduced Chief of Police .lames worth ns much money. "There has The revolution in his many patrons. The move strikes renrh the enormous sum of over Kirn ii n mi reinstated .L J. Rcngnn, been discussion between the manucompared with ns ns a most excellent one and the Finland finally has broken nnd the who resigned November I. Ucagan is facturers and tho bureaus of the govS400.000.00t), chiefs in the ernment having relation thereto ns Inst year, or say live time one of the Interior Journal will do its utmost Red Gunrd, backed bv Russia, is said to the possibility of stabilizing the to give the chnnge nil the publicity to bo in possession of several imporStnte. nti much. possible. Tell vour neighbors 'to come tant junctions. The Finlnnd GovernInvestigation hns broguht to light price of Mnnlla hemp. No decision ''Rank deposits increased from Is some to Stnnford Tuesday, Feb. 12, in- ment hns sent a protest ngainst Rus$11,000,000 to nhout $180,000,000, the fact that retail prices or gasoline l:ns been rcachcil nnd there stead of Mondnv 1 1th, and thev will sian interference to nil Powers that are from seven to 10 cent above the doubt as to whether anything will or over sixteen times. whis-l:Kentucky hemp Is used refining cost and an effort will be be done. Tho find the stores wide open and full of have acknowledged Finland's Inde"Increase in assessments of entirely for purposes for ' goods nnd willing salesmen ready to pendence. oil, beer, race tracks and other made to reduce the price of that almost which Manila hemp is not used. The for two nr three dances.' Believing wait on all who call. It was officially stated yesterday Hems, some of which weru never tax- commodity !)..!. !... Itni'l L.1 Mnnltll llPmtl is USCd IllmOSt PXClU that there is n good cae aeainst him. nrm.i.l i.'ilti MV thnt President Wilson had( rtot reed before, will produce additional c cordage. Kentucky Judge Davison ordered iiocKcr io JUDGE HARDIN'S FINE TALK ceived n copy of Count 'Czcrnln's revenues of over $1,112,000, or say and killed two frrmers near Sharon, 'sivcly for n pence Evan and Thomnr ' lump Is used more for those h of the former general tax .la. The victi-us- , Inll to nwnit his trial this afternoon. Judge Charles A. Hardin, of JIar- - speech on were nttneked while nsleen in poses for which Mcxlcnn sisal is from practically new sources. Thurmnn will be used ns a witness rndsburg. accented an invitation to terms, in ndvanco or othcrivjse, and hn.ir.inm Tin. ruMwi-i'ot $100 . cd. For this renron I lira not sure him. nnd hn too mnnv be The totnl assessments of all propthe Liberty Service Leacue so hnd seen only abstracts from the that a decision with reference to given a fine for securing whisky for nddress night nnd mnde n talk thit address. erty returned bv the Assessors last anil u watch. on Friday materially afII. II. Raymond, nrcsident of the Manila hemn would A rooster mid his five wives, year wes S922.1GG.131 and. from the wns hclnful to nil who honrd it. The another. figures so far available,, this amount cats nnd a family of twenty-fiv- e fect the price of Kentucky is hemp. bulge discussed the wnr nt length, Clyde & Mnllory Steamship Lines, now irolilfish. which weru. found on Fair current Mnnlln hemp will be increased this year to $1,500,-000,00POOR FINANCIAL CONDITION teljinir of the horrors of it nnd the was named bv the Shipniijg Board shipping and possibly $1,7(10,000,-t)0- 1,1... fl... f.tvmn.. al.trt nnlinA In Ttn..1.quoted nt 20 cents in New York.nn I The following, taken from the fiendish work being done tho inno-cen- yesterday controller of andl while for ., . : 1l thll .... 1.......l m he ...v the port of New York, when nil the returns are in. ton, were internet! ny me rtnimai uiwtniwiiu il. n.nfllinn Somerset Journnl. would indicnte the next crop of ihnl things nre not in excellent con nt warof France nnd other countries will hnvc no supervision of ships othtiie requircment-fo- r the Stato tnx Rescue I.cngtie. "The reduction in with Germany by the German Joseph II. De.Inrnette, of Hourbon, Mexican sisal hn been purchased at dition financially with the good coun- soldiers. He was very much pleased er thnn those owned or ontrnted by rate from 55 to 10 on each $100 will cents per pound." ty of Pulaski: "County Judge R. C. with tho Liberty Sen-icresult In n saving to taxpayers, who was found dead in his home with a 19 League and the Shipping Board, he will be given liave heretofore made accurate re- rifle by his side. He was 04 yca.ni Tartar says thnt he is working hard rtnted thnt he would orgnnize n sim- authority to pool vessels and to their facilities in while the old nnd a man of much prominence SOME PERTINENT QUESTIONS to find the exnet finnncial condition ilar league in his home town as coon turns of over Increase In Statu revenue, largely In his section. He was alone nt home Maywood, Jan. 28. Is not Lin- of the countv. Claims nre piling ns he could. The countv court room with the Allies whenever pooling is advisable. from property not heretofore contri- when the tragedy ocrurred. coln cnuntv ns patriotic as any coun- in by the thousands of dollars, was filled with members nnd the condercd Phillip Socialist Schcidemann buting, will reach over $1,000,000, if Assuming an attitude of defiance ty in the State or nation? The I. J., but we hope by tho middle of meeting was one of the most enthti-sinttleader in the Reichstng, has sounded 4ho Ulirmise of the Tax Commission several Louisville saloon men kept cur mouthpiece, says we stanil be- February to announce to the pub-liyet held. The membership is note is" correct. The net increase in revopen their places of business yester- hind the President and the President just how the county stands. growing ranidlv. a number beini ndd-p- il a new peace unon in Germany follow r day, heatless Monday, what is regarded as despite pro snvs that food will win the wnr. Is All the $250,000 bond isue has been enues is estimated at $2,313,000, ench meeting niaht. Hon. Edwin ing ouicklv allowing for the loss by decrease tests on the nart of hotel proprietor , :i..,.. ..(.. ,.i, n ihn fnn.l spent, nnd it looks like there will be Morrow, of Somerset, will be asked another declaration of Germany's rate. in thw-lnand others whose bars were closed. sh cftn or cou,n't we do a little bit a deficit in the bond fund of '.(-0to nddress the League at an early warlike pUrpo3C3 in Chancellor von Hertling's bpeech. Regarding Russia, "The-- increases are mostly in counTwo concerns engaged ' Govern-- ' moro? Coul(, not our t,ovs raise nn or $1 000. At present there is about date. Schoulemann warned the military ties in which the larger cities are ment contract- s- the Henry Smith &(uere of corn nil bv themselves, Indc-So- $33,000 in the Nntional bank but leaders that they would be hurled situated, us, for Instance. Jefferson DR, D( M. WALKER SPEAKS Company shipping r ant the clnims filed with us iirninst it, cnt of what thpy hep thcir from power if t'.rey did not make (Louisville) Increased from Oelm Woolen Mills her8 raJ!(u7 CouI(j not our boys Dni far exeqed this amount TJi" liny At n patriotic mooting nt Shelby-viil- e, peace. ,1 to $120,000,000; Fayette near "lt'm-wi,'!jnn,,nLw'lnh rirls. who have never done so, raise Iron and Bridge fund have' a pasDr I). M. Walker, former (Lexinrton) lncraso,over last year losses of $500,000 ()r cn,f nn(, thua j,icrcn0 our claim unpaid of $18,450; Connelley tor of the Christian church of this ilO.OOO.OOO to. $15,000,000; Warren spertivcly . ifood? 1. J. readers don't you think Construction Company have a claim city, was one-o- f ,the speakers nnd this HELD OVER TO GRAND JURY (Bowling Green) $7,000,000 to James Singleton, white, nnd "Doo-ley- " nr. i.ninvnie uiiynes, ,,roiiuiiYj wc coM orgonlzu nnd meet nnd nf $8,575. and there nre n mass of is what' the" Shelbvvillp correspond(Henderson) ,, jjsrnr(1 0i, j.iens m nor surgeon, hns been enrolled ichnn ,,, Owsley, colored, both of Crnb Henderson claims thnt ny?rcgatc over ent of the Louisville Times said of Xfi.O0O.000' to .$!t.000.000: Di.Vke.ss met icai corns oi me uoou sa for new ones and help Uncle ham 7 000 filed .ngninst the bond fund. it: Another patriotic speech, which Orchard .were tried before City 11'icii Htisnitnl Unit No. 40. (Owensboro) $10,000,000 tov$12 'n hone to h"vo a Stnte Inspector aroused, the pitch Judge' J. H. Bustle nt Crab Orchard fill his storehouses, just a little bit OQO.OOOj and others in proportion. according to announcement mnde by fuller than they were last year? Arc here in n few dis to investigate tho of entlwVinimaudience to n,)ii('h Rev Monday afternoon and held over to was made bv the chn-g- u thnt th I)r David Harrow, director of the wc going to let our soldier boys go expenditure of tho bnd money, nnd . 'TThls refutes the charge of havD. M .Walker. Though a m'nister nnd the grand jury on the their possession for the cities would profit by the new laws unit Orders to proceed to training hungry? Is Lincoln going to do her we will keen the public informed'." averse--to-- ' rriurder. he confessed thnt ing whisky 'sale.' Singleton gave bond ntirpose'of of the country. camn nre now expected daily. ut part in the war this year bv raising he wculd enjoy meeting the Kaiser in $.200 aru Owsley in $100. Marshal -- "Therc Mrs. Ellen O'Grady was appointare. two results from the ed Do we, as CATCHES FIRE when he hnd his "old iovc' great signi- ed a Deputy Police Commissioner of big crops on every farm? our motto. WAREHOUSE Owsley as Peyton Parrish operation of the Jaws of Th Jnr"t warehouse back of Mr. Kentuckians believe in to the muzzle. His counsel he was returningarrestedLebanon Satfrom ficance. First, the State will have New York Citv yesterday, with the "United wc stand, divided wc fall?" W. II. IUg7ins' store caught fire toneue cleave to ample, revenue to meet the current rnnk of Fifth Deputy, thereby shat- Let us get together nnd see what yrc from on electric wire nt an early wns "to let vour your arms wither urday night bringing about four galand expense; second, the luw revenuey tering a precedent of the .New York enn do. Let's hear from the people hour Monday morninc and might your mouth even suggest that this lons, of wfiisky ancL, wJiep asked who rather chiefly from personnl prop-oxt- police dennrtement. She will have through the I. J. Let's not be slack- hrve resulted in ft disiptrous fire had country than it was for the ne'grp told Kim it bewillicome will ever think of peace longed, to Single tou.arul ;Jatcr the charge of the "white slave" traffic er farmers. heretofore contributing it not been discovered in time. As" 'it on the terms stated by the great- booze 'was. clatm'pd ibybjia, ,This is "The- prompt response to tho new cases and look after missing girls. wns very little damage was done. est President the nation has ever ROHERT C. W'ATKINS. the second .time'.Mr.i Singleton has Greater tnx levies, the form of laws Is nlso remarkable, anil indiThe bla7e wns discovered about 7 had." been in similar, trojjle and, he may cates a willingness on the part of which cannot now be anticipated, o'clock Mondnv mnrnini' nnd was ' KIND WORDS FOR THE I. J. really be in deeper water' than-h- e taxpayers to comply with just laws probably will be provided by A. BENEDICT 'I copy of the I. J.," to receive quickly extinguished by Mr. Iliggins COL. THOMAS Thomas, the thinks. County .Attorney T. J. Hill Chairman Kitchin, of the every am always anxious writes Mrs. and his colored porter. John Snecd. and equitable assessments. n Col. George W.. went to 'Crab Orchard and appeared "The State Tax League, which ad- House Ways and Means Committee, Tho lights went off between 3 and4 Cummins, of Kansas and popular traveling man for the cpunh'nd State, .. vocated the changes, feels a com- announces. In view of this, he said, William ns she forwards $1.50 City, Monday morning and the live wiro for Somerset, but mendable pride in calling attention he deemed it unwise to consider gen- Kansas, must have done its work several who headquarters at he hnngs his paper. IS PROMOTED TO CA'SHIER to the above fact, and the whole eral amendments to the wnr rev- herMrs. C. C. Lccte, writing from hours before the discovery wns mnde. is at home wherever Louisville last News cpmes from Enslcy. Ala., State is under obligations to the enue act at present. for Mr. Ilig- bat. wns mnrried in Davenport, Wash., says: "Enclosed It was very fortunate the blaze was week to Mrs. Hallie Ellis Read, n that Sam C. King, who was born at Secretary McAdoo yesterday recframcrs of the new laws and the Tax find $3 for two years' subscription to gins and the town that charming widow of Ghent. Cnrroll Crab Orchard, but who removed with Commission which is so nbly admin- ommended the creation of a hnlf I seen in time. county. They possed through on the hi- mother to Ensley, Ala., a number n-dollar Governmen t corporation my old home paper. Please see that istering them." pnsscnger Sunday for of years ago, has been promoted to to lend financial nssistance to enter- do not miss n copy. A prosperous A miss is ns good as a mile, but it Smithound everybody in you all Orchard to visit friends for a prises essential to the war; also that vear to county" and is nlwavs safe to have an insurance Crab davs before going to Somerset cashier of the Bank, of bnsiey. He NO INDIGESTION. GAS. had been assistant cashier for some all private issues of securities of Lincoln H. Withers, a former Lincoln noliev to fall back on when there is few OR STOMACH MISERY n.ile for an in definite stay. Mrs. Thomas time and his work proved so satisIN FIVE MINUTES more than $100,000 be mnde subject county boy, Kod- - nny chnnce of having n fire. Better is now residing at a charming young woman, pretty factory to the directors that they to the npproval of the Government and says: sec Jesse V. Wepren, tne insurance orcanimtion to be known n.s the lands, Cnl.. sends $1.50 good home Mnn of Stanford, this afternoon cf face and very pleasing of manner, gave him the resnonsible position of my "Pape'a Dlapepin" For Sour Acid "War Financing Corporation." "Couldn't do without while everybody who knows the genYoung King is a son about getting your property insured. ial rolonel will cheerfully ndmit that cnthicr.King, who has raanv of Mrs. Stomachi, Heartburn, friends Klizahethtown paper. Send it along nnd be sure Kittie A dispatch from Dyinrpiia I am mailed evrcy cony." in all in this countv, where she lived the he is one of the finest fellows says: Two nttempts were made to thnt MR. MePHERSON IN DEMAND Mrs Kate Egbert, of Crab Orch-nrMr. C. C. McPherson, who two Christendom. bitter part of her life. burn the Hoptist Orphans Home nt sends $1.60 to pay for her I J weeks ngo today enme up from Leb Time it I In five minutes your sour, I.vnnland, in . this country- Three acid stomnch feels fine. No indiges- t"'rl.s, ranging from 12 to 15 years to Jan. 1919 and soys: "My hus- nnon Junction to accept a position in THE WORST WINTER EVER COURT DAY TUESDAY, 12th Fifty-thre- e tion, henrtbum, or belching of gas, r.til were nrrnirned before County band subscribed for the Interior the First National Bnnk. hns gone to days of frigidity, durIt will be very much out of order or eructations of undigested food, no Judge I), W Rider but as there was Journal when the first issue wasI Livingston to tnke the position of ing which the mercury ran below ze- having court day on Tuesdny after it dizziness, bloating, foul breath or no direct proof ngaint them they printed, but he died in 1891 and beqn held on Monday for dethere, nav-in- g ten times, sometimes registering f nshier of the State hnnK iob several ro low as fifteen, makes a record that has hemlncho. cades, but that will be the ense unwere dismissed. Several beds in the have taken it every since. I think. it as been tendered the mistaken, trnt Pane's Diapepsin is noted for its building in two or three rooms were I nm not very much dnvs ago. Chailes Thompson, who has never, ns fnr as the oldest inhab- til the heatless Mondnvs nre through wns somewhere in the sixties that we married Miss Pnttve Perkins, of this itant knows, been beaten. It thawed with. So come to court on Tuesdny, speed In sweetening upset stomachs. Ignited bv matches. nnd most began getting the I. J. I do not feci city, has been cashier of the i.iving-Ktn- some Friday and Saturday, but an- February 12th, instend of Monday It is the surest, quickest Growing out of the Louisville 1 can do without it nnd I nppre-eint- c tn.--.t certain stomach antncld In the whole bank but has resigned. Mr. Mc. other cold wave swooned down Sun Feb. 11th. Bear this in mind and tell wreck nt Shepherdsville. it now in my lonely life mora Phcrson did not solicit the high of- day freezing the slush thus made nnd your nei"hbors and friends of the besides, it is hnrmless. world, nnd forty nine persons were killed, than when I had n fnmily." Millions of men and women now when fice he will enter but on the other mnking wnlkmg nn exceedingly dan- change. All stores will be oncn on suits nggregnting $170 000 eat their favorite foods without fear three filed in Circuit Court at Itards- hand it was n case of the office seeking gerous performance. Newspapers tell that day and stock sales w'H be conwere -- tliev know Pope's Diapepsin will Itown ngainst the railroad bv Jasper ELATED OVER G. O. P. GAINS the man. The Interior Journal of mnnv accidents nml numeruu ducted ns they have heretofore been Republican leaders nre much elatlliem from aili'h m!"ry wi. that the snlendid young fellow broken bones of those who did not on Monday. for W. Muir, administrator, Please, for your sake, get n large denths of Nut W. Mu'r, banker; the ed and very chesty over the recapitu- did not make Stanford his perman- "watch their step" sufficiently. The his lation of the returns of the last elecfifty-ceense of Pope's Diapepsin mercury was ten this morning, the WILL WORK WEDNESDAY Mny Shadburn Muir. and son tion, which show that in the 1917 ent home. from nny drug store and put your wife, Mrs. J. B. Willis, of Crnb Orchard skv was clear and things looked being George. Other administrators nnd i'off" election they elected exactly THE AGED MR. PITMAN DEAD stomach right. Don't keep on Snrings, phoned the,. I. J.. Monday brighter for better weather. you executors nre qualifying in court nt double their membership over 1913, Is too short miserable life William W. Pitman, nger, 78. died rfternoon nt say to tho Red Cross which wns nlso en "off" yenr. In the nt His home on Mason's Gap Friday arc not hero long, so make your stay Unrdstown. WELCOME DR. BURGIN members of Prcachersville and Crab Three more suits were filed 1914 Legislature the Republicans had nnd was buried at Fnirvicw church Knt what you like nnd enagreeable. Burgin, wife nnd fami- Orchard chapters that they nre exdread of ncid fermen- neainst the L. & N. in the Nelson seven Senators nnd twenty Repre- Sunday nfter rcmnrks by Mr. J. C. ly Dr. W. W.Tuesdny nt poon from pected to snend Wednesday sewing joy it, without nrrived Circuit Court to recover damni'os sentatives and in the present session McClary at 2 P. M. Ho is survived by tation In the stomnch. Crnb Ochrnrd, where they have made nnd she hopes every member will be Pnpc'n Diapepsin belongs in your for loss of life In the Shepherilsvillo, they have fourteen Senators nnd his wife and three daughters, all of their homo for the past several years. en hand nt the springs, whore at reck. Thomas J. Miller, ns admin- forty Represantrtives. Tho Rcpubii-enn- s whom are married. Deceased had home nny way. Should one of the n snlendid dinner will be servdentist, elected last Novebmer and now been ill for some time and heart Dr. Burgin, who isinn the near will op- neon where it is hoped much work family cat something which don't istrator of his wife, Mrs. Mabel future. ed nnd Judges trouble is believed to have caused his en his office here Miller, sued for $35,000; the have fiftv-sl- x Ilrown of tho County agree with them, or in case of an Sheriffs, death. He was ti clever old gentle- The doctor nnd fnmily nrc domiciled will be done. Rev. II. II Mnshburn, ns administrain the SUite nnd fifty-fiv- e of indigestion, dyspepsin, m Lebnnon avenue, where thjy nre tor for his wife, Mrs. Emilv Hav-cra- ft which is n laree increase over me man and n good citizen. FARM or stomach derangement due at home to their many friends in this BERRY BUYSL.TWIDWELLthe West Mnshburn. sued for $35,000, 'number of these officers chosen in to fermentation nnd acidity, nt dayRerrv, of Col. Robert city. Campbellsville News Journal night, it is handy nnd Dr. It. II. Miller, ndministrntor 1913. Louisville Times. RED CROSS ITEMS time or during the End. has bought of his sister, Mrs. Will nil who joined the Red Cross to give tho quickest, surest relief of his wife, Mrs. It. II. Miller, sued Annie B. Saunders, tho McClure MILLION POUNDS for $35,000. NATIONAL SONG WEEK during the lnte drive call at Dr. T. BOUGHT A It known. what the older inMr. W. P. Kincaid, of this city, farm, or rather ns the Twidwcll National song week, commencine W. Pennington's office to get their In n series of fires in shipynrds, on at habitants know MARRIAGES. munition shins, in wnr plants and on Washington's birthday, February certificntes? If you ennnot call for it, who has a tobacco warehouse farm, near Hustonville, for $10,750. 22, will be observed in Kentucky. plense nsk some one to get it for Moreland ond nnother at Gravel The place contains 84 ncres and somo J. W. Carroll, a youth of 20, and storage buildings along the Atlantic State Superintendent V. O. Gilbert is you. this paper that he Switch, informs officials saw of the land lies in the corporate limMiss Bessie Parrish, sweet lfi, were seaboard, Govornnment money for has bought close to a million pounds Mr." Those who Saturday. Indications of n widespread plot to preparing to enlist the schools nnu Hustonville. This married nt the court-hous- e societies and other or- yarn, plense pay s r'ion as possible. at both houses, the Moreland houso its of 300 acres of splendidtWcr cripple United States war activities. clubs, chornl land. Mr. nnd Mrs. Georuo Deneghy getting the lion's share of the busi-nes- Berry aro expected to learn sus- ganizations of Dnnvllle, will celebrate the Nearly nil of the fires were ofkilled nnd sine "America." the National He has paid nn nverage of 23 MR. BLACKERBY BUYS LAND were STOMACM ""ROUBLES fiftieth nnnlvcrsary of their mnrriage picious origin. Tenbymen explosion in Anthem, nnd "Battle Hymn of tho cents per pound. an Mr. R. M. IJlnckerby. who lives out If you havo tr able with your on Feb. fith. Miss Adn Mobley, of and many Injured Republic." Gov. Stanley probably In the Orchard pike, has bought the stomnch vou should try Chamberthis city, is In receipt of an invita- n powder magazine station ntUnited will ollicially proclaim the wcck. DEATH OF COLORED WOMAN, on Mr. Crab NewStates navv torpedo George S. Carpenter his farm of lain's Tnblets. So many havo been tion . port. K. I. It was said there was nothThe widow of James Evans, who of 112 acres for n reported price of restored to hcnlth by the use of these ing to indicate this disaster was the ARE YOUR SEWERS CLOGGED? tablets and their cost is so little, 25 waB n daughter of James VanDeveer, $9,000. The land adjoins n portion of PREFERS CHAMBERLAIN'S work of enemy agents. The bowels are the sewerage sys. cents, thnt it is worth while to give colored, who lives at tho intersection Mr. Illackerby's farm. Mr. Blnckerby "In tho course of n conversation tern of the body. You enn well im- them n trial. of the Hustonville nnd Knob Lick also bought of Mrs. S. E. Owsley five with Chamberlain Medicine Co.'s reppikes, died at an early hour Thursdny rcres of land adjoining his farm nt a SOON OVER HIS COLD agine the result when they nro stop-pe- d resentative today, we hnd occasion to up ns in the ease in constipation. COME TO STANFORD FEB. 12th morning of tuberculosis and will be price. Evcrvone speaks well of Chambergeneral way the merits discuss In n ChamJoin the crowd and come to Stan- buried tomorrow. Her huband died -- of their different preparations. At lain's Cough Remedy nfter hnving As a purgative you will find Pitts-fielsame disease. berlain's Tablets excellent. They nre ford Tuesdny, Feb. 12th. Tho court of tho NO CHAUTAUQUA THIS YEAR his suggestion I take pleasure In ex- used it. Mrs. George Lewis, N. Y hns this to sny regarding mild and gentle in their action. They day gathering will bo hero on that The Womnn's Club has very sesl-bl- y pressing my estimation of Chamber-Iain'- s JOE HACKLEY'S GOOD LETTER Improve tho digestion. decided to have no Chautauqua day rather than Monduy, 11th. Tell Cough Remedy. I have n fami- it: "Last winter my little boy, five also Tho interesting letter written the this year and have so notified the your friends about the change durly of six children and havo used this years old, was sick with a cold for by Joo Hackley, Lincoln Chautauqua, with which they I doctored him Interior Journal ing the heatless Mondays. remedy In my homo for years. I con- two or three weeks. NOTICE! who ie now in London, has been cop-le- d hnd made, a partial contract. Condisider it tho only cough remedy on nnd used various cough medicines You nro warned not to throw ash- by a number of papers, includ- tions caused bv the war caused tho good until HEATLESS MONDAY OBSERVED the market, as I have tried noarly all but nothing did him much There can be no complaint about ing the Danville Advocate and the Indies of the Club to reach the conkinds." Earl C. Ross. Publisher I begun using Chamberlain's Couch ' cs or other trash on tho streets or nl heatless Mondays being observed Somerset News. clusion 'ihey did. Remedy. He then Improved rnpldlvl leys. G. T. Wood, Marshal. Hamilton County Republican-News- , here. The order was complied with Syracuse, Kan. and In a few days was over his cold." J The Birth, of A Nation coming The Birth of A Nation coming The Birth of A Nation coming t6 tho letter and all who were asked socn. soon. to closo did so cheerfully. soon. Th interior Journal $1.60 a year. Join tho Red Cross today. lc d 0 best-knowy. mn-mone-fourtpur-Davi- s, Austria-Hincrarinus-)i,.- ,ir six-ty-t0, 0. I DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER NEW TAX LAW IS LAUDED If. M. Fromnn, president, and II. Charles Lipnold, formerly of Loud. Sklles, of Crnl) Orchard, secretary isville, is dead In Atlanta. There are now 4,500,000 nutos of the SUitc Tax League, the organization which comluctcil the flight In In use, against .1,225,000 a year ago. The Chicago Naticnals paid $50,-00- 0 hehnlf of n new tnxlnir system for for Pitcher Alexander and his Kentucky, hnvc issued the following battery mate, Hill Killlfer. statement: Mrs. Katie Ahlers, who killed I'hll-ti- n "The Stntc Tnx Commission linn K. Tucker at Dallas, Texas, was iul(lihcil Its Hrat report to the Governor and Leglslnture nml, although given fivo years In the pen. linve heen ile. Hnving n spun of '12(1 Ihc new the complete returns lnycd In some of the counties, enough bridge across the Tiber nt Home, is THE LATEST WAR NEWS One and a half million Americans will be nvailabte for service n "ranee piih,., ts e ie e, nf-te- ,:.. " -- i $12,-500,0- nt(H fa-t- is . I gun-load- cx-cc- nt - Con-crev- s, well-know- billio- d, - t 1U re-ere- ts ut-tn- gas-trit- is p'1"1 Ma-ha- n, s. d, 8-- i. jjir . . f P f ine imcnor jovnuu,. otMuorq, rvcraucjcy, ., i uesaay, January zy, .JL ' Tl "j V T .' - . " f . . . . t - IV 1 0 Tit B. JmtmI H. WrliM C Wahea a4 J. United States Government War-Savin- gs 4 ; Infer wnj H mtHtttt ifttj m Stamps have been substituted for our Christmas Savings Club. When you purchase these stamps you are doing patriotic duty and getting a 4 per cent investment on your savings. 1! ? LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Uader Same aaagement LINCOLN TRUST COMPANY "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE" bi Hi M M i Every American householder can help win tch war by saving a shovel- lui ol coal each day, according to the United States Fuel Administration. At the end of n year the saving would amount to fifteen million tons. This would keep five million people warm all winter. It would keep 7,500,000 soldiers warm all winter in cantonA bill hss been prevented in the ments. It would send a fleet of twenty-fbattleships three thousand Lcffislatun to nunish those who bet ive with imprison- times across the Atlantic. with the ment ut not less than one month nor The Franklin county grand jury. more than twelve in ir.il. while the himself is liable to heavy in lis report staled: "We irave nar fine und a term in the penitentiary. ticular attention to various rumors in It ought to be passed. If there were regard to the race for Speaker of the no suckers to go up against the game House of Representatives. We have there would be no game and the had before us every person whom we scamps, who iMt.it up would lave to thought- - would be able to give any seek nn honest living. In this connec- information. However, we have been THE HUSTLING REAL ESTATE MEN tion it is gratifying to observe thnt unable to substantiate any facts sufthe new broom in Louisville Ls sweep- ficient to warrant us in finding an inHUSTONVILLE AND MORELAND ing pretty clean in getting out gam- dictment" bling and and has reThe canncra of the United Stites voked the licenses of several promiviolating the Sunday will have to fill close to 70,000.000,. SHOUN GOES "OVER THE TOP" was in. a base hospital behind the nent bars for law. If the republican administration 000 tin cans in a year to feed our lines The following dispatch Is smt from on his for some time before starting will rid the citv of these curses it army nnd navy. If you allow only journey home. He hss nothing Somerset: Pulaski county has the our. may prove a blessing in disguise, five inches as the average length of a praise lor honor of having furnished a soldier M. C. A. Sergt tne lied Urnsj and Y. much as it is now regretted. tan, 70,000,000,000 cans, end to Shoun says the Unitwho for eighteen days stood in the ed end, would stretch ffi3,000 miles, States has quit. a number of sol-i- ! to the half per cent or more than twenty times around In addition trenches on the western front and trs now in.ih ttehlin zone and tax imposed on all property for Its this old war-torfinally rewarded by "going over was earth of ours. top" and bringing back a German more are coming every day. He says bcrtefit. the Kentucky University has This yoang man is Sergt. the opinion is that war will end soon asked for a big appropriation, but it If Representative Lark Garnett's Srisoner. son of C. A. Shoun, of after the spring drive, when the is hoped that the Legislature will bill, prohibiting the killing of calves United btates soldiers get into it in make no further apnroprintions for under one year old becomes a law, Norwood, who has just returned good fashion. "The barbarity of ihe that institution until bond and sefrom the battle front He arrived privilege deprived of will Germans has not half been told." curity has been given that gambling we killingbethe fatted calf the the gal home this week after a trip of sev says for Sergt. Shoun. "I saw little chil-drt- n shall cease in Lexington, so that the of eral thousand miles. SergtShoun has with arms, legs and ears cut young men sent there may not have lant boys who will return from been in the army for several years glory and off. This punishment was inflicted bv their morals corrupted by it nnd its France all covered with and was witn rershing's troops who Hun gore. went into Mexico. He later went to the retreating Germans. They told concomitant of liquor drinking, the State Fuel Administrator Bryan France when this division was .gent me that babies were grabbed from saloons and gambling going together. across. These troops were th first to their mothers' arms and a bayonet Under present conditions Iexington may not be a jokesmith, but he seems be sent to take part in the great con- thrust through them. Women had to is the worst place in the country for dangerously near one when ho rules flict. After several months' training submit to awful outrages. The awful the formative period of charcter of thnt undertakers must not operate on .Mondays except in cases of emerbehind the line they were sent into side of this war has not half been the young. gency. It looks like to us nn underthe trenches with the British sol- told." A Patterson. N. J., man who protaker's business is always an emerdiers. For eipMeen days Sergt Shoun Reduced rations for the American phesied that the Kaiser would die gency. was within talking distance with the people went into effect Monday un- Jan. 18. went and killed himself. Roches, and finally the order came The doctors of Lexington have to "go over the top." A Pulaskian der new regulations prescribed by leaving a note saying: "I have been and a true Kentuckian, he was one President Wilson and the Food Ad- a false prophet, therefore I have raised the price of visits to $3 nnd of the first over and brought back a ministration, 3ome of the-- chief fea- sinned against God." The poor fellow eggs are quoted at $1 n dozen there. German captive. He says thnt the tures of which are: A baker's bread ought not to have taken it so hard Isn't this paying pretty dearly for German soldiers do not knrm that of mixed flours; sales by retailers of but should have remembered thnt if living in such a town ns Lexington? the United States have s:iy troops in an equal amount of substitute flour at first you don't succeed, try, try, It is hardly worth that much to live France, and when he told his captive for every pound of wheat flour sold; again. If he keeps on he is "bound to in Stanford. that he was an American soldier the sales of millers to wholesalers and by win, since the old beast is sure to While cxnmining him for the draft. German would not believe him. He wholesalers and retailers of only 70 die sometime, even if he does claim rays the Germans are kept ignorant per cent of the amount of wheat partnership with the Holy Spirit. Who Dr. Wahle, of Somerset, found that a young man from Burnside had a of the fact that America has entered flour sold last year; two wheatless will never die. He case of small-pothe war. Sergt. Shoun suffered from days a week and one wheatless meal but it was out of the docwhat is known as trerch paralysis, a day; one meatless day a week and Moderator H. Bovce Taylor claims pawed and he was discharged from the ser- one meatless meal a day, and two that he is not disloyal, but like tor's office. vice on account of this disability. He porkless days a week. Peter who denied his Saviour, his has found says that he was shown every courtespeech "betraveth" him. That bis theRoosevelt that suits himone man in and damns sy by the Government and everyThe Birth of A Nation coming church takes little stock in his as- him cabinet is Secretary with thing possible was done for him. He soon. sertions, however, is shown by oth- or War faint praise. It if the thing Daniels, who .I li '. 'm'.l --i. ers following the lead of the Rich- keeps up, will be regarded with susmond Baptist church and demand- picion. ing his resigantion. The Beechmont Church at Louisville is the last to do While the Legislature is at it, why so. not make the manufacture of mooncapital ofshine and The grocers of Frankfort have There ought not to be room suspended free delivery of groceries fenses? country for either of these in this and will charge five cents for each de- gentry. livery. It is not so bad here, where people use more judgment, but we THE NEW YEAR Mile are told that in cities women will Old Father Time, with hoary beurd have a nickel's worth of nriything And in his bright array, sent to them, and even require a Has led us 'round another curve We HaAe the Agency of spool of thread delivered if they arc Toward that celestial day not going straight home. When we shall face Almighty Cod, While the bills passed by the Leg A strict account to give as we Of all the ways which we have trod islature arc not as bone-drwould like to have them, they will While on this earth we live. You will find none better for the price, and not suffice, and now If the body, having will- get The New Year" marks the nnrrow solved the vexed question, many half to good. Now in stock in bounds down to other very important work Of this terrestrial sphere; the following sizes: and adjourn within the time limit, it will make n reputation for futuro How swift the days grow Into weeks, The months into, the year. Legislatures to emulate. 30x3 Tires, price . . $15.15 So fast now.runs Old Father Time, $50,-00- 0 2 Tires, price 30x3 . It strikes us that the call for $22.50 Why can't' the people see to extend the work of the tax 32x3 L2 Tires, price . $26.30 commission is going it a little strong, That soon he'll cross the border line Into itirnilv! 31x4 Tires, price . . especially as it already has a big sum $34.15 at its disposal. It is about as well to Yet like an nn idle tule we pass let the people keep the money as to We will stand behind this tire and treat you right. Through each succeeding day, make them give it up for an nrmy of And act as though we thought, alas! When in need of tires give me a call officers, who will probably not earn We had come here to stay. their salaries. Almighty God, to Thee I pray The report thnt Villa has broken That soon the world may see his leg and that it had to be amputat-e- d That for its acts and deeds some day is doubtless like Mark Twain said It must account to Thee. of the report of his death, "it is slightly exaggerated." Villa hns more Awake, oh, God, its throbbing heatt, lives, apparently, than the fabled cat And let the whole world see I or he would long since have filled the That it should act the Christian part grave that has long yawned for him. And give this year to Thee. Anyone Desiring to Sell Their Farm, Stock or Crops will make money by seeing BRUTAL ACTS OF DOCTORS Secretary of War Baker has returned with order for severer punishment the findings of a court martial dismissing two surgeons from the army, one because he ordered a soldier with a far advanced, csso of pneu monia back to camp-andouble, duty because he failed to snjute himrThe soldier died a few days later. The other brute kept an ambulance .full of sick men out in the rain for nn hour before going to them and then ordered them away, claiming that there was no room for them in the hospital, notwithstanding the proof showed that there wns. One of the men was dclerious and when the driver expressed a fear that he would hurt himself or others, he was order-c- r to tic him ro thnt he couldn't. He pnd another of the men died in a sliort time afterwards. One of these beasts nnd intents of the Kaiser is nemed J. G. Ihvycr and is on duty at Camp Funston, the other C. W Cole at Camp Beauregard . Indignation must fill the mind of even one who reads of such brutality, especially if he be a parent, who has n son in the service who may receive similar treatment. Daeth in its most cruel form is too good for the creatures who would thus treat those boys who have offered their lives to fight the enemy, not to have them taken by men employed to doctor them, and example should be made of the monsters that would forever deter other whipper .snapper from such shocking display of henrtlessncss. That such fiends are in the service is due to the fact that many doctors, without standing or practice at home, have been taken into the service nnd that the display of patriotism waj due more to n desire to get a good job to muko a liv-ir- g than the effort to serve the country. If it is necessary to tike incompetents for such positions they ought at least to b gentlemen, who would net stoop to revenge on n helpless nnd dying soldier. Our blood boils with indignation to think that a court martial would impose no greater punishment than dismissal for crimes that put even thr atrocities of th Huns to shame. d Sweeping Sale W I rJ'Jli )n ifi tin 1 Ladies' Shoes and Boys' Clothing We have a nice assortment of Ladies' Boots TMDCfutKhiuNToruiQEKtffitcnnivv and Shoes that we will sell at cost now to make room for our Spring stock. These are the season's latest creations-D- ull Kid, Patent Leather, Kid with fancy tops, also black with cloth top. Also a full line of Boys' Clothing, "Xtra Good" brand, the world's ; greatest make of Boys' Clothing. These go at a great reduced price while they last. McRobertsJBailey&Rupley MAIN STREET STANFORD, KY. COLD CHECK CAME Danville dispatch says: "Three forged checks had been given to Danville merchants up to Saturday afternoon, nnd so far no clew or description except that the "beneficinry is black." The first check was given to F. K. Tribble Coal Company for $6, and made payable to "Willie Willie requesting the delivery of a dollar's worth of coal at C01 South Fourth street "Willie" nock- eting four good hard dollars and proceeding to the grocery and meat stores of William Lunsford, where he presented a check for 16 in payment for $2 worth of eroceriei and meat. which he put in his pockets and walked away with four more dollars. The next place "Willie" showed on was at a grocery store on Beatty avenue, where he presented a check for $7, which he exchanged for 75 cents' worth of fruit and canned (roods and J6.25 worth of "change." The signature on all the checks were the same, but hard to decipher, and it was onlv with the assistance of Willie's1' statements that they were signed by "Mr. Clarence Povrll, the harness man," that the above merchants accepted the checks. Ail the checks were forged Nothing, hnwrver, had been suvpvetud until the driver of the coal wagon came back with the loaded wagon and stated that "G01 South Fourth street was a vacant lot A Hog-gie"," WORKING with a cow Jn It," and being unable to learn from any neighbors about "Willie Haggic" and with the deduction uid belief that the "cow had not ordered the coal," the driver returned. The chief of police was immediately notified and the ether two offenses were soon reported." STANFORD MAN DOING HIS DUTr yearw I suffered agoniz- book-make- book-mak- Dinwiddie & Owens book-makin- g ing pains in my stmach, belching upsour and bitter fluids end fas. Tongue always coated. Doctors were unable to help me. The first dose of Map's Wonderful Remedy made me feel 100 per cent better, and I am now feeling better than at any time in my life. I deem 'it my dutyto" advise other sufferers." It is a aimpK: harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and illays the inflamms-tio- n which causes practically all. stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. One dose will convince you or money refunded. Lincoln Pharmacy and The Penny Drug Store. It Mrs. Mary K. Williams, aged 72, mother of Attorney C, C. Williams. of Mt Vernon, has knitted for the Rod Cross 10 pairs of socks, fivr sweaters, three pairs of wristlets and two scarfs, nnd is still knitting. "For two n Car&Load of Buggies Received This Week Place Your Order Early for Buggies and Implements J W. H. HIGGINS Main and Depot Sts. Stanford, Kentucky What Is Your Home Merchant For ????? If he fills the place cut out for him, he TIRES (5,000 Guaranteed Tires) boot-leggi- g The MILLER Tires 1-- y stands between the citizen and the maker of merchandise. It is his business to know wool from cotton and cotton from silk, and see that the article is correctly represented to the customer, not to cut the price of calcent on the yard and sell cotton ico one-hal- f Pin your faith to chain goods for this store in 1918 and we promise to stand sentinel for quality, price and style of our' goods, or your money back. all-woo- l. G. H. Masters Phone No. 249 Severance & Son The tatfcnor Jfitftnal, Stkhfbf 3t KchtWckyi 'Tuesday, January 29,, 1918 aaf. . -- 1 ' n 4 . The First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. With a CAPITAL STOCK OF. SURPLUS A UNDIVIDED PROFITS OF $50,000.00 $37,150.00 kaa taaaa every arecautUn lo safeguard anal protect lit DEPOSIT OKS as) STOCKHOLDERS by joining Ik Asa.ric.a Beakers' A. imUUmi th Kentucky Baak.rt' AMeclatlea, and U alio a immW f Ika Feetaei Reserve 5yatm, and by lalliig tka following effi. riant eJ&cer aae aUractart for ika year 191 - OFFICERS J. S. MOCKER S. T. HARRIS II. C. BAUGHMAN C. HAYS rOSTER W. W. SAUNDERS C. C. McPHERSON II. L. PERKINS 11 Vlca 2nd Vice Pratident PrtlJnt Pretid.nt Catl.itr Individual Bookkeeper CUrk Clerk DIRECTORS JOHN C. ROBINSON, S. T. HARRIS, C. R. COLEMAN, J. S. HOCKER, M. D. ELMORE, J. F. DUDDLRAR, WM. BECK H. C. BAUGHMAN, J. M. PETTUS, W. G. GOOCH J. C EUBANKS, JOHN B. FOSTER, R. C. HOCKER. J. W. WILLIAMS, R. B. WOODS iK.f . r- - urday Harris W. Coleman i now in the Officers' Training Camp at Petersburg, Va. Miss Irene Crutcher, of Shepherds-villwas the week end guest of Miss Demprter. Kugene Spragens, of Danville, was the guest of his brother, Prof. I). H. Spragens Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. J. W. Acey is quite ill nt the home of her mother in Lancaster. Mr, Acey went over today to visit I.nnrater. Ma W. W. Hnys spent Saturday her. in Iinctister with Mr. James A. Ileal-le- y Misses and Mary D. Heck accompanied Mrs. W. R. Hawkins o and family, Mrs. Lulu JohiiMn, 6 tiniastcr, her home at Harlan and are her has been her neuc, Mrs. R. IgUPhts, M. Nrwland, and family. ftews comet I rnm uanvilie mat a Mrs. lion Fiih, of Crab Orchard, fine little son arrived at the home of has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John II. Meier the Clare Doty Traylor at Richmond. other night. Mrs. huan Adams and flimlly Mrs. Sam Kobinsnn and daughters, have moved from the Vanhook place Misses Freda and Florence Robinson, cottage on Whitley spent Sunday and Monday with rela to the Sweeney avenue. tives in ixinaun. Mm. W. S. (jrinited and duugh-te- I George D, Boone, of the Kust End, MUts Antoinette Grinstead, were .ho has been ill for some Ume, lips gurats of Mrs. J. II. Turner at "one to the Norton Infirmary, Lou Nicholatrvifie. isville, for treatment. Mr. Kwalt ("livens went to I.ouis-,ill- e Mrs. Henry Mills, who ha. been Thursday night in answer to n visiting her sister, Mm. Charles II. Carter, has it turned to her home at wire stating that his sister. Mrs. LuML Sterling. cy Miller Hartley, who is in a hospi-jtthere, is very ill of pneumonia. Mr. J. A. Allen is able to be out Mr. Jens Rowling, of the Walnut for the first time sine he had the to break one 6f his legs. . Flat section, has received word that misfortune His friends are clad to get1 a glimpse 'his on, II. (. Howling, has arrived safely in Iondon. J. II. Revnolds. nl- -. of him again. Miss Amanda Newell left today so of this county, is with him. They for Stanford to be the guest of Miss are booked for field clerks. Mary Lynn Fox for everul day be- I Hon. and Mrs. V. II. Shanks refore entering college at Hichmond. - turned Saturday morning from weeks' sojourn at White Springs, Somerset News. J. C. Reynolds, formerly of this r iu., wurre wiey nay wrmnrr I'tiiiiii-tion- s has been place, but now of Paris, were fine. It was sufficiently working ax extra brnkoman on the K. warm on Thursday for Mr. Shank C. train that rum into this city at to tnke a plunge into one of the lakes that are found nImot i beautiful !:iri each evening. Miss Laurn Carter, who came in all sections of Horida. Miss Nell Demp.ster entertained home for the holidays and who was detiined here by the illness of her fa- Saturday evening, complimentary to ther. Mr. P. W. Carter, returned to her guest. Miss Irene Crutcher, of her work in the D. & D. school at Shepherdsville. The guests went to i tlu picture show and from there to Jnchsonville, 111., Saturday. J. M. Craig, who bought a half in- The Princess, where a very appetizDave Thompson farm ing lunch was served. The guests terest in the near Ijtncaster, will move to the I were Prof. I). II. Spragens and Miss farm in the early spring. Mr. Craig I Dempster, Mr. Welch Rochester and is one of our best and most progres .Miss Kugenla Uwsley. .Mr. William sive citizens, and we shall regret to Grimes nnd Miss Crutcher, Mr, Eu- loose him from our number- .- ML Igene Spragens and Miss Sallie Hur- Vernon Signal. iritv. c, r, al sev-jer- al -- PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Mk J (.tin T. ntahVrnViIp I to hbt home by illness. Mrs. Bd David spent several days with her parent at Parksville. Mr. W. P. Klncnid hn returned from a vUit to her slater at Lebanon. Mr. J. K. Karrii, of Danville, was here- with many old friends Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Stewuit Y, Carwn spent a few d:iyi erith Hichmond re), atives. Mm Badie K.'ithenne Klncaicl has returned from a vinit to relatives at eon-finn- l! ion Mr. A. (J. T. Smith, of Boyle, visld frjend' here Friday nnd Sat- 40 Uses for a Hot Water Bottle Hecausc it is useful in so many ways, a good hot water bottle is a real home necessity. In serious illness your physician will advise regarding Ita use, but for the purposes listed below, or for any purpose where tho application of heat is beneficial, a rubber hot water bottle will give very valuable service. 1. Headache Backache S. Cramp 4. SlepJeaaaess 14. Keep Haby's Food Warm 28. Sunstroke ip. Froitivltr 30 31. - ,6 Hruig -.. have a complete line at $1.00 to $2.00 Each. 32 18. Melancholia 5. Toothache. 33 rl. Cold Feet 16. Cold in Chest.7. Ptrat Aid In Mas- - 20. Keep Haby Warm 34. Ap- 3D. 21. Delirium toiditia 22. Indigestion fl. Rheumatism 3b. 23. Inflammation 9. Noao Bled , 37. Mump 24. Hiccoughs 10. Nerroasarm Coughs 2G. 38. Boils 11. CUk 39. Neuralgia 2G. Neuritis IS. Colic 27. First Aid in Shock 40. Stiff Joints 13. Sore Throat physician immediately in case of Nos. 7, 17, 21, 26, 28, 30, Call 31, Hi and 3b, utring hot water bottle while awaiting his arrival. We n. Earache Fever Convulsions Painful "Byes Tonsllitia Apoplexy First Atd in pendicitls Lumbago yor The Penny Drug Store Telephone No. 2. OF DEFENSE Louisville, Jan. 28. There are terly meeting at Stanford Sunday, several matters in which the Council Feb. 10th. Preaching nt 10:46. of National Defense has asked our Rev. R. E. C. Lnwson, for eighteen cO'opcration, nnd instead of bring years pastor of the Presbyterian in them to your attention in a succession of letters I have concluded to church at Springfield, is dead. At Omo-C- orn LifU Pain Stop The members of the Methodist include 'them in n single letter, and Off Clean. church at Pikeville have agreed to to ask that publicity be given them There I nothing In the worid Ilka use no more sugar in their coffee un- through your local press, your pul"it-It- " pits and your schools. for corns. Jut I iply I' til the war is over. HrrnrUlnp to direction, the pain Tho Crescent Hill RarUist church In the interest of the conservaslops at onre anil then tlio corn lifts off as clean as a whlslk No of, Louisville, passed resolutions con- tion of food, and also the health fuss, no bother, nu dancer "ctuia camps, the It,' rnn know, It safe. Millions cerning J, Hoyce Taylor for tils dis- of the soldiers in the have usrl It, mure than all other loyal rcmarkrand called on thfe Fed- Council of National Defense requests corn runtdlea combined, and It nov-eral authorities to take action that the public to discontinue the sending falls. yill render Inpotcnt his efforts to of food stuffs to the camps. Abundgive aid and (omfort to the enemy. ant food is supplied to our soldiers Kev. W. - Clark, pastor of the and sailors in the camps, and ndrti Mt Vernon Street M. E. church, ad- - jtlonal food is not only unnecessary, vises us that the date for the dedi lea- - but actually harmful, as much of it is tion of the new church hns been spoiled after being conveyed long rostponed and will likely be some distances in heated express or mail Ume in Fehrunry. The completion of cars. The aggregate quantity of food this handsome edifice has been de- thus wasted Is enormous. layed on account of the shortage of The time within which soldiers. some material Somerset Journal. sailors and army nnd navy nurscrt President R. II. Crossfield, of may avail themselves of the war risk Transvlvnnia College, spoke nt the insurance which Congress has pro Christian church Sunday morning to vided for them nt very low rates will an appreciative nudlence. He chose expire 1 2th, in case of solfor his theme "Tho Divinity of diers, sailors and nurses in service Christ" nnd those who heard him October 16, 1917, and in the case of pronounced it one of the best utter- others one hundred and twenty days ances they had ever heard from this for enlistmcnL and parents of the Un.tr Ttme "llollerla;." Il.a't ete-H'' splendid speaker. The fact of Christ's soldiers, sailors and nurses are urged Never Fall. fulfilling Old Prophecy, There la no neeil for you to go his miracles, hisTestament his sinless to bring pressure to bear upon their teachings, sons and daughters at once to take thrmiEh another day of corn ngnny. Hut he sure you crt "(IrtS'It." life nnd what he has wrought in the Arrept nothing else, for remember, world's life were clearly shown to be this insurance. Our country needs 250,000 skilled there Is positively nothtnc rise as evidence of his Divinnc origin. It ets-Il- " never Irritates the kooU. ita shipyards. Trained live nah. never makes the toe sore. was a thoughtful sermon, inspiring workmen for puatjHers, Vnu ran ko alxnit as usual with and strefcthening to faith, and pro- riveters, "(lets-It,- " blacksmiths, cataMra, work or play, while the vocative of thought. On Monday machinists, murlr, dors all the, work. TTirn th morning Dr. Crowfield addressed the millwrichts toand other trainrfl (thencirri nreln rlcht off like a banjna ate5 asked volunteer for tmssernriif leaves the, toe n smooth nurills or 'the high school nnd higher and rorn-fre- e as your palm. Never grammar.'school grades at the chapel vicc with the assurance that they happened before, did It? fluessnnt. will receive standard wages and be Oet a hettle of (lets.lt," today (hour on 'winning the War." His re-- I forcfrom any dnirj store, you need pay cital of the history and causes of the considered part of our military Washwill direct from no more than 26c. or sent on receipt war, thrilling incidents gained from es. You as to hear enrollment for this ington the of prlre by K. Lawrence k. Co., wide reading and contact with men 111. service during the two weeks begin Sold in Stanford and recommend- who have visited the scene of battle.- ning, Monday, Janunry 28. your co together with hi? clear cut admonied as the world's best corn remedy tions as the part that even high operation is earnestly requested. The scarcity of wool is appalling, by The Penny Drug Store. school pupils must play in helping in today facing wool struggle made an ad- and we arenot enough to a supplyfam, the gigantic the dress well worth hearing, and held ine, with navy alone. Confer with Mrs. Charles II. Carter has been and the close attention of his hearers to army county agricultural agents, and quite ill, but is improving. your Mrs. Elizabeth Simmons, o Rich- the Inst second. It is hoped that he do all vou can to stimulate the pro mond, arrived Monday to visit her will return at an early date wjicn his duction of wool and mutton in Ken message can have a much wider tucky, niece, Mrs. R. M. Newlnnd. J. F. Howard and Mrs. Howard hearing. The Council of National Defense were here from Crab Orchard with asks you to urge the farmers to or3cr WOMEN TORTURED I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. at the earliest possible moment, and possible, their total reMrs. Sallie Jhonston, who has been Suffer Terribly With Corn Becauae as far as quirements of fertilizer, and to urge with friends here, returned to her Of High HeU, But Why Care the dealers to take advanLngc of such Now home in Louisville Monday afteraction by the farmers and order shipnoon. maximum car loads instead Mrs. W. C. Shanks is spending a Women wear high heels which ment in minimum carloads. Conservation few days with her daughter. Miss buckle up their toes and they suffer of the transportation equipment of Margaret Shanks at Science Hill Col- terribly from corns. Women then of country is one of the paramount lege, Shelbyville. proceed to trim these pesta, seeking; the Mayor A. B. Florence nnd Hon. W. relief, but they hardly realize the duties of the hour, very truly yours, EDWARD W. HINfca, H. Shanks went up to Madison Mon- terrible danger from infection, says Chairman, State Council of Defense day to look after some affnirs con- a Cincinnati authority. cerning their oil business. Corns can easily be lifted out with A FAMOUS CORNFIELD Will Yagtr, who'hai been troubled the finger if you will get from any with rheumatism for some time, left drug store a quarter of an ounce of "Almost in the heart of the city of Monday for Martinsville, lnd., to a drug called f reezone. This is suff- Washington all last season stood : take baths for a few weeks. icient to remove every hard or soft great field of corn that became with Misses Pearl Iloone, Mabel Smith corn or callus from one's feet. You out question the most famous corn and Lucile Young went to Richmond simply apply a few drops directly field the .world ever knew. Monday to enter Eastern Normal. D. ur-o- "the tender, aching corn or cal "It was planted, cultivated, and C. Lair went with them, but returned lus. The soreness fs relieved at once harvested by boys the Hoy ScouLs that night. and soon the entire corn or callus, of Washington. When war was de Col. R. L. Elkin, of was root and all, lifts out without one clured the Government turned over here this morning- returning from particle of pain. to these boys one hundred acres of Atlanta, where he had been to visit This freezone is a sticky substance undeveloped land in Potomac Park, Mrs. Elkin, who is there under the which dries in a moment. It just near the Washington monument The rare of n celebrnted optician. shrivels up the corn without inflam- boys, half a thousand of them, plantMiss Lucille Dudderar went to ing or even irritating the surrounded this land to com, and never was Richmond Monday to matriculate at ing tissue or skin. Tell your wife a crop of any sort so watched lrom Eastern Normal. She was accompan- about this. It beginning to end and admired by so ied by her father, Squire J. T. Dudmany of the eminent men and woderar, who spent the day in RichIN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES men of the earth. mond. Mrs. Sallie J. Humphrey, an aged "The location of the field brought icy paveMrs. Jessie Stage and daughter. Judy of Liberty, fell on the it its fame. The favorite automobile Miss Elizabeth SLigg. left today for ment and broke a wrisL Washington is through PotoKnoxville, where they will visit HarJames Farmer, agod 56, died in drive in alongside the broad, tidal ry Stagg for a while before going on I'xington Friday. He was a brother mac Tark, brought to Washington to Gold'horo, N. C, to make a pro- of Mrs. Elizabeth Helton, of Crab river. War at some time or other during the tracted visit to Mrs. William Wilcher, Orchard. year 1917 most of the great men of who was Miss Maggie Stagg. Frank Hell has rented his brick States. Few of these but Dr. J. Guy.IInllou, son of Eld Jos- hotel nt Liberty to John Wnrnnck, of the Unitedasked questions about the eph Ilnllou, of this city, has given up Russell Springs, who will take charge saw and cornfield, for its conspicuous location n lucrative pmctice nt Graytown, O., Feb. 1st. center of a beautiful city park nnd has gone to Fort Riley, Kansas, The Advocate admits that nine in the it one of the sights of the capmade small-pofor training f r service in the medi- homes in Danville have g automocal corps. Mrs. Hnllou and children 1 here are said to be as many as 30 ital. Even the biles began taking tourists to the are mnking Toledo their home in cases there. by midsummer the hunhis absence. Wh n Eld. Joseph Hnl-Ic- u William Edwards, of Casey, said to field when were a waving sea of dred was infoncd of his ron's patri- have deserted, was nrrcsted at Dan- green, ncres stalks standing with level the otic move he nmnrked: "Guy did ville and taken back to Camp Shelby ops twelve to sixteen feet above the rii,hL If I could recall a few years I at Hatticsburg. stuntwould get a !,';in and join the army The Adair circuit court adjourned black soil, with never a thin or myrelf." before it got through its work on ac- ed spot in the whole tract. "When the war missions began to count of witnesses and litigants being unable to get over the roads to arrive from the foreign countries, FRED DEBLINE IN TOWN. the emissaries early in their visits Fred Debline, who was shot by Columbia. Garfield Elder just before Christmas. The flood water of the Cumber- observed the cornfield and stopped and has been confined to his home land River swept away a quantity of to admire it and ask questions. Adlumber and 75,000 miration in half a dozen languages since, was able to come to town to- manufactured day, where he will remain for the logs from the holdings of the Ken- has been . poured out over the field. : -- j i -- is..... j:j j trial of Elder, which U l fur Thurs tucky Lumber Co .psny near Burn-sidaccording to officials of the Viviani, and the members of the Italday. It will be remembered that Elder emptied the contents of a shot Southern Railway. They say the ian mission, and the Russian, and gun into Debline'a body. The trou-bl- e PiimheHnnH River has reached a the Belgian, and the Japanese. The flood stage of 6? feet, which is four temperamental French were moved grew over a horse trade. feet higher than its crest in 1913, almost to tears, for they saw in that it broke all former records, field concrete evidence that the How't This? i when rising six inches an hour at youth of America are heart and soul Wa offer One Hundred Dollars IUward and in the war." m of Catarrh that cannot ba I1UI naiuc. for anv curtd by Hair Catarrh Ueatcine. Haifa Catarrh Mcdklo ha batn taken by (atarrb rufferer fr the past thirty-4- t years, had ha berom known a th root rrllahle ramedy for Catarrh. Hall' Catarrh Medicine acta thru the Wood on n the llueous aurfarea. eipelllns th from Ilia Blood and heallnc the Th expectant mother should not fall to matlon of brent gland! la soothed. This portion. pain, at the crista do thoa things which keep her a healthy la aura to make for After you have taken Hall' Catarrh ltedlrlnr for n ahort tlm you will tee a and pretty mother. Thousand of women and the form I preaervad, Qt a bottle (treat Improvement In your general have used the tried and safeexternal prep- from the druggist today and write far Ihralth, Start taking Hall' Catarrh MediThe) tenllustrated book, "Motherhood and the aration, "Mother'a Friend". Thi End of WITH THE CHURCHES. COUNTY COUNCILS Rev. C. II. Greer will hold quar- Your Corns Sections of Corbin, along Lynn Bank Creek, are inundated, and much damage la threatened on account of the swollen condition of the stream, due to melting ice and snow In its mountain tributaries. CENT-A-WOR- D wtih ar NICE, new bungalow on Logan avenue for rent Miss Lena Hampton, Stanford. ' WANTED to buy a saw mllf,"llave boiler nnd engine. D. Brooghton, Crab Orchard, ft. F. D. No. L7-4- t FOR" SALE Old colonial sideboard and several other pieces of antique furniture. Call atjhis oflicc. Ip WANTED A farm of 60 to12fJ acres with good improvement Land be good. Box No. 12, Waynes-burmust 2-- tf (Adi here are 1 eent a word etch lue, (uh arilert si ad leu i)in 2Sa eeh lm.) ADS g, -n- bolier-maker- s, in, Chi-rac- e. Evans, farm near Crab Orchard. Sec-John Hutchlns on the farm. FOR RENT The 'HeTrrT home and lot on Danville avenue. House in good condition and desirable locat ion. Immediate possession. See or phone II. J. McRoberts. FOR RENT Mv "house and "lot on Lancaster street for 1918. For particulars see Hughes & McCarty, Stanford, Ky., or write mc at Liberty, Ky. P. W. Whipp. FOR SALE 1917 Ford tourin-ear Practically new. Must bo sold qOiek. rulfy equipped, shock absnrlv-- , ers, etc. Good running condition. Can see the ear any day at Moreland, Ky. S. E. nubble. FOR SALE A good one horso wagon or could be made a light two condihorse wagon. Is in first-clation. Also have a good set of harness will sell together or separate. E. M. Royalty, Watkins' Man. 1 rr 7-2-- tf r ss 9-- 89-t- f Ky. LOST. Drawer out of washstand. It contained a sack of flour. Keen the flour but please return the draw1p er to the Tumersvillc Store. FOR SALE Millctt an! nc.ivinn hay, baled and $25 per ton. On Geo. 9-- Bur-dett- e. Lubrica-tin- g SALESMAN "WANTED oil, grease, specialties, paint. Part or whole time. Commission basis until ability si established. Man with rig preferred. Rivcrsed Refining: Company, Cleveland, Ohio. " SILAGE I'have for sale 12: tons' Jjood quality com silage. of Good shelter and good nttcnlio. Will bo fed as desired. Phone, vrit or call on Hurtwcll Shank, at Lincoln County National Hank, Stan-for- d, Ky. Ip first-class, 9-- tf PUBLIC SALE We will sell 10 A. M.. at public auction at n ON SATURDAY. FEB. 9th, 1918 The home owned and occupied by our mother, Mrs. A. H. Stigall. It is located on the Lancaster pike, about a half mile from Crab Orchard, and is known as the Brown Spring property. The home is a dwelling of six rooms, in excellent repair and is one of the best and most comfortable homes in the East End. The outbuildings are numerous and in good re- -, pair. There arc seven acres in the lot and one of the best gardens in the county. Cistern close to door. The place should be seen to be fully appreciated. Will also sell all of her Household and Kitchen FurniLire., and 10 or 15 shocks of corn,' fodder and all. Terms will be announced on dav of sale. For further particulars call on or address MRS. A. H. STIGALL'S HEIRS. Crab Orchard. Ky. 9-- 4t Harmony Cocoa Butter Cold Cream This splendid, soothing cream is not alone a delightful massage cream, but is one of the most valuable emollients you can have to relax saggy skin and wrinkles. Cocoa Butter is a very absorbing and healing ointment and is splendidly adapted for the healing and prevention of chapped lips, face and hands. This cream will positively not grow hair. 60c for a generous jar. Sold on Money Back Guarantee. sight-seein- e, ir i'ol-so- Lincoln Pharmacy aaaflaW HJ I dli-ear- la Opposite Court House ! I r I t 1 91 i E. R. Coleman, Prop. cine at nnrr and get rid of catarrh, Send Stanford, Ky. for teallmnnlals free. F. J. CltKNRV A CO.. Toledo. Ohio.. dency to morning alcknea Is avoided, tha Baby". It Is 'free. Simply addra The abdominal muscles expand, naturally and Bradfleld Regulator Co., IHpL D, S9Q Phone Bid-- . Atlanta, da. easily when baby arrives and to lnnarn- La-m- ar 28" 3feoCfc Store N. 27 Stanford, Ky. The Big Sale Now Going On Don't fail to ask for the 98c Shoes. Get a pair before they're all gone. Special Bargain for Friday One Day Only Gingham, at 15c a yd. ,. r? The Bargain Store, Salem & Salem, Stanford, Ky. v NXKXXXXXXXXXXVCVX?e 3 ? I 1 Ware sold to George Hall four stock hogs nt lfic. Cyrus Rover bought of Wm. Ucck 100 bales nf liny nt $1.40 n lmti. Woodford county hemp growers, controlling 1,900 acres, hnvc pooled. Warren county, will have 2,700 ncrc In strawberries thli year the biggest in her history. Jesse Howling sold to T. V. Jones hogs nt 10c nnd one two hog at lfic. M. F. Iawrcncc sold to W. M. Hollar, out on the Cook fnrm, 100 high bales of hny nt $30 n ton. Are what you want when you buy, seeds thnt have At MourcI Hros. sale of Hereford purity and Termination tests. You can get weed seeds cnttle nt Cambridge, Neb,, 100 head for; nothing. sold for ? 129.900, or $1,299 each. Ten hulls sold for $38,999, averaging $.1,800. We know seeds and have the best connections in the seed C. C. Carpenter nnd Jnmcs Cloyd, nrnrliidncr anrlintm nf tlin rnlintrv which enables US to CO n of the West End. sold to Jnke grown and get the purest and direct to htc section where grey a pair of mules, horses, for $450. Joe Will nest to oe nau. Rout brought them here for Mr. Robthis morning. Every bag of seeds we send out is tagged as to purity and g inson Dr. J. It. Heck's sale In Jessn-min- e At germination according to the KENTUCKY PURE SEED 5 county f0 barrels of corn sold I,AV and you will always find our seeds above the stan- - S for $10.80 nnd 100 barrels nt $10.85. brood marc sold for $105, mule dard. 5A $100, pair of ycnrling mules $190. bny mare $100, shouts brought $10 ench. Fodder sold at 35 cents per Write us for prices and samples and be convinced. We 8 shock nnd hens nt $85c each. are now the largest dealers 'in Northern Kentucky. Pulaski farm land is increasing in value fast. Mnny farms have sold in We are now in the market for good Dry Seed Corn. Lin- 5 recent months for fnncy prices. Among the recent sales are C C. imu, uuiu s iim-locoin wonuer lor auo, uoonu oouiuy Cain, 300 ncrcs on Fishing Creek, to you have. Dent, Etc. Write us stating what W. T. Cox for $12,000. Will Phillini fnrm to J. S. SUtllard for $3,800. Mrs. Hello Cover purchased two farms during this month for which she paid about $12,000. She bought the' K. J. McKinncy place, located tat Ruck Creek, containing 01 acres for $1,500 nnd the T. M. Gnrner mfim Y m i tm fnrm nt Valley Oak, containing 102 dTmihTM acres for $8,500 it is said. These farms are nmong the best in the county. Mnlen Warren, of Pulaski, KENTUCKY COVINGTON, sold to J. C. Gifford. of the same place, 50 ncres for $3,500. SomerWHOLESALE & RETAIL set Journal. a The Interior Journal, Stanford; Kentucky, LAND. M. Tuesday, 'January 29, 1918 STOCK AND CROP That Grow SEEDS R. MOTHER! GIVE CHILD "SYRUP OF FIGS" IF TONGUE IS COATED If Crnti, Feverlth, Sick, flllioui, Clean Little Liver And Itownla Corduroy Suits For Men and Boys .' A d 126-poun- d Rob-inso- i w 1 Children love this "fruit laxative," and nothing else cleanses the tender stomach. liver nnd bowels so nicely. A child simply will not stop piny-In- g to empty the bowels and the result Is, they become tightly clogged with wnste, liver gets sluggish, stomach sours, then your little one befeverish, don't comes cross, hnlf-slcent. sleep or net naturally, brenth is CRAB ORCHARD bail, system full of cold, has sore or dinrrhoen. throat, stomach-nch- c Listen Mother! See if tongue is coated, then give a tcnsnoonful of "Cal ifornia Syrup of Figs," nnd in n few VVXVAVVSVAXVVVVXXXVVVSJS hours nil the constipated waste, souri bile nnd undigested rood passes out of the system, nnd you have a well, plnvful child agnin. Millions of mothers give "California Syrup of Figs" because it is perfectly harmless; children love it nnd it never fnlls to act on the stomach, liver nnd bowels. Ask your druggist for a bottle of "California Syrup of Figs." which has full direction for bnbiea, chil1 dren of nil ages antl for grown-up- s plainly printed on the bottle. Heware of counterfeits sold here. Get the genuine, made by "California Fig Syrup Company." Refuse any other It uith contempt. k, 2 W. E. PERKINS FOR SALE Hustonville pike KENTUCKY OS t .. h The Tob Raney Farm 72 acres, 3 miles from Danville, on John S. Baughman. Agt. rfiAifcatuflunrffe'M mil iyu'TrFiii I Phones South 335 and 336 United States Food Administration License No. G-17- 70 Commissioner's Sale Lincoln J f ! v Parthenia Jordnn nnd Others. Plaintiffs, versus Mary Hrucc and R. M. NEWLAND Others, Defendants. judgment of the EXECUTOR'S SALE In obedience to n Lincoln Circuit Court, rendered at Headquarters for its November term. 1917, in the acThe undcrsifincd executors will, on Best Fire and Life Insurance tion of Parthenia Jordan nnd Others, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1918, versus Mary (truce and Others, the bcginnim; at 10 o'clock on the prem- Phones 168, 45 Stanford, Ky. undersigned commissioner will on ises of the late John Talyor, about MONDAY, FEHRUARY 11th, 1918, two. miles south of Gravel Switch, rnnnrv court dav. nt llo'clock A. offer for sale the following property: To the Public: door M., ill front of th court-hous- e The farm on which the late John Tav but in Stanford, hv., sell at puuuc outlor lived at the time of his death, aTT I rrpretrnt tbo larftit ndthis mad rlothlnj house in foantrr cry to the highest and best bidder consisting of about C95 acres. The V. Pri't atut Co.. VMeoft. IU. llj following hind lying near the farm is located on the 'Rollinc; Fork Ei In raraturiog and dirretlnt the mak the icr and n considerable portion of it is orpr of your clothfi. atfiti me the adranlag town of Milledgeville. Lincoln counone who tailor. fine bottom land, and the whole of will ei?e me U not practical prorane If 70a ty K'-- : Ton order. I will Tract So. 1 Beginning at a beech the remainder is in prass and timber (quire deal. jour will frl the worth of your Ton and is "practically virgin soil, susce- money, either in the cheapest grade! or the nnd white oak stump corner to land of E. Morrison's heirs, thence east ptible to cultivation and well adapted hlfher priori. Mr FALL AND 25 poles to a stake on Moreland line, to tobacco, hemn and ccrn. The fnrm lice of itmplet, li now WINTER roar ready far with that line south C east 13 is located on the Gravel Switch and Cau now and let ma ibow you. thence in a branch, thence Caney Greek turnpike arid is well Piactlcal Tailor poles to stake Dl TOI CV BraxrotD. Kr west 25 pole3 to n sourwood nn.l watered. The improvements are good, maple in docker's line, thence north torisristing of a splendid C west with T. Mocker's line to the eight-roodwelling,' three excellent beginning, 13 poles, containing 2 . .ifcnck barns, one tobacco barn, two acres, being same land conveyed to houses nnd other necessary Alexander Bruce by Thomas Orr, re.3iithui!riings. The fencing is all in c corded in deed book 5. page 211, fine condition. There is also on the Lincoln county clerk's office. s arm about 250 acres of FARM LOANS Tract No. 2 Beginning on corner oik, wa'nut and other hardwood tim- line of same 4, of b.- fr'a'd timber ?s a part or a virgin- Over 3 Million Loaned Through of lot 88 thence withpoles to corner west 48 north six carfi"wt ami" there are five of same nnd old survey, thence south Thi Office of black walnut alone. The 8 east 8 poles to corner of lot No. fi. will be offered in three tracts thence with line of same south 88 a iimn ni n whole and the best east 48 poles to grant of railroad, price accepted. Possession of the land with same north 13 west 8 poles to will be given wnen me terms oi auic INSURANCE beginning, containing 2 ncres and 70 are complied with. Said executors sale at the same BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE poles of land, being lot No. 5 in di will also offer for vision or Innils ot James uruce. time and place a quantity of farmTract No. 3 Beginning on corner implements nnd household nnd Ckeaptida A Short ing Lexington, Ky. of lot No. 13, thence with line of furniture. kitchen same north 83 west 30 poles to corTERMS Said land will be sold south 8 jast same, cash, babnee in two six months' note with approved se- ner of poles tothence Coulter's cord for Clara 12 equal installments, duo in one and curity bearing interest from date. ner, an old corner, thence with her two years with interest from date Lunch on premises. and east 37 poles to n south 81 J. Clark Taylor to secure ard lien retained on land Personalty Jr., Executors of John John Taylor, line Taylor, De- corner in her line, thence north 8 th deferred payments. polos to beginning, conwest 13 will be sold as follows: Sums of $10 ceased. taining 2 ncres, 3 rods nnd 34 poles ar.d under rash: over that amount. Col. J. B. Dinwiddie. Auctioneer. of land, and being lot No. 14 in said division, said lots 5 and 14 having been conveyed to Alexander Bruce by deed from John Bruce and wife, .page recorded in deed book in the office named. Being lot No. 7 in Tract No. d said division, and beginning on grant on corner of lot C. thence with line of same north 88 2 west 48 poles to corner of same, thence south 8 east 8 poles to corner of lot No. 8,thencc with line of same south 2 88 cast 49 poles to railroad grant, and with same north 13 west 8 poles to beginning, containing 2 acres, 72 pi.les of land, being the less. land eonveved to Alexander Bruce The first eight tracts nil udjoin by heirs of James Bruce, Jnnuary ench other and will be sold ns a book 30, 1903, of record in deed whole, or ns one tract. Then the , in snitl office. page two tracts, No. 9 and 10. No. 5 - Being lot No. 12 In will be sold as n whole, or ns one Tract said division, nnd beginning nt cor- tract- ner of lot No. 11, thence with line of The sale will be mrdc on n credit same north 80 west 30 poles to cor- of six months and the purchaser or ner of same, south 8 cast 12 2 purchasers will be required to give poles to corner of lot No. 13, thence bond with good security for the with same south 85 east 30 poles to price, payable to the commisThis cold weacorner of same thence north 8 west sioner and benring six per cent, inpoles to beginning, contain- terest from day of sale until paid, 2 13 ther demands the ing 2 acres, 3 roods and 34 poles of having the force nnd effect of a land, and being same land conveyed iudirment. A lien will also be retain warm garments, to Alexander (truce by heirs of ed on the property sold as further James Itruce, by deed dated Jan. 24. security, i and one of the 1901, of record In Baid office in deed E. C. WALTON. M. C. L. C. C. . . page book most sensible Tract No. - Being lot No. 10 in said division, beginning on northwest corner of church lot, thence north that can 88 2 west with line of lot N.o. 9, 20 poles to corner of same, thence south be made now is poles to corner in lins 8 east 14 of Clam Coulter, thence her line the purchase of enst 3G poles to line of south 81 Mrs. Mount, thence her lino north 10 east 5 poles, 15 links to her coran Overcoat or a BOTH BLUE CRASS ner, thence with road to church north AND KNOB FARMS 03 west 15 poles, 8 links to southMackinaw at our west corner of church lot, thenco east C poles, Lt me know by Utter or card and with same north 7 present old LOW 10 links to beginning, containing 3 I will come and lilt and sell your acres and 10 poles of land, nnd being farm for you. I hare a lot of Proa, PRICES. same land conveyed to Alexander pactive Buyer, now and it it no Bruce by Kmma Wcnver nnd husband trouble for ma to tell your farm for by deed dated Dec. 3, 1902, recorded you. Will liat farmt anywhere with, in said in 50 milet of Wayneaburg. , page in deed book -2 1- -2 two-story i vvNxssxxxvotvicytytxxsxaNXNX Circuit Court H" rvUrliEil m 5 Per Cent first-clas- - 1- -2 'los f'.-r-- W. KING & SON one-thir- 1- 1- -2 1- M 17 ..JSi 1 rnil-roa- poles to n stone, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY south 8 east 12 corner to lot 12, thence with line of P. O. Box No. 358 No. 1301 . Phone same south 80 oust Jill pole to cor ner of same, thence north 8 west svXVXVVXWVXVNXXWVNXXVNVWVXNNXXXXVXWXXWsvXXXXstxj poles to beginning, contain13 ing 2 nrres, .1 roods, and 31 poles of land, nnd conveyed by I:nt named deed. Tract 8 Beginning at a point in western Kne of lands allotted to Klizabeth W Morelnnd, where the lands of Alex nnd Robert Bruce meet in said line, thence in nn easterly di rection about 393 feet to n rtone, 30 fpet from Cincinnati Southern Kail road right of way, thence 30 feet south west of snld right of way in westerly direction about .'tfiO feet to We are manufacturing flour atrtctly In accordance with a stone, thence in a westerly! directhe United Stalea Food Adminiatration'a inatructlona. tion nbout 371 feet to a stone corThat it, we are making 95 of all the flour we. make ner of land owned by Alex Bruce, into' one grade. We are packing tliia 95 flour in, our thence in n northcarterly direction, No. 1 Patent flour aackt. with Alex Ilruce'.s easterly line about We are very much gratified to know how good a. flour 2S8 feet to beginning, containing thit makea. You need not heaitate to ute thit (lour far acres, more or less, be'ng the 2 Tattry and Light Dread, In fact for alt baking purpotet. Innd conveyed to Alexander Bruce We bare made thorough tetta of thia (lour in our liomea, by deed tinted Dee. Kd Kiiwards. and know poailively that it St good. The flour it hard1, 1897. of record in tleed b'ook 38, ly to white at we formally made it, and tliat'a all.. If page 384, in said olllce. nothing worte than uting thit grade of flour happant to Tract 9 A tract of knob land, beut during thit war, fortunate people are we. Very. truly ginning nt n stone corner to'AIex. Bruce, thence south 0 east 22 poles to n stnke, thence west f0 poles to n sUike in C. Carter's line, thence west 31 poles, north north 7 83 east 2fi poles to a stone, south poles to n stone, north 0 enst 17 INCotroatTti 2 83 east 24 poles to beginning containing 9 ncres, more or lens. But there is excepted and excluded there from about one half aero heretofore conveyed by Ktlwnrtls to Sam Also, nppurtenant to said TRI-STATover another tract land is n pass-wa- y E SAYS: of land owned by said Kdwards nnd convey15 feet wide. This land wits "No Thankt, Mr. Station Man, after cutting the feed cleaning ed to Alexander Brucc's heirs by the liable milking the cowt and running the teparator, I will alto Jones Knughmnn, by deed dated July buy my own railroa dtlcket inttead of paying you a FAT commit-lion- . 10, 1914, of record in deed book 63, If there it anything eaty about keeping cowi, I want It page 29, in said office. Tract 10 A tract of knob land, Every farmer ihould ihip hit cream DIRECT to the Creamery. and beginning at a stake on top of knob, supposed to be Johnson nnd 0 W. 4 Heed's corner, N. 88 chains to a stake, north 8 4 pines 0 chains to two west 11 on top of knob, corner to George widdie. with line of Dinwiddle, 0 W. 15 chains N. 11 to a stone corner to same, N. 81 4 ,V. 1 0 chains to n stnke in per pound for Butter Fat week bcRinninj? Jan. 28, 1918 John McCormack's ynrd fence, with chnins E. 3 his line S. 13 to stake corner to same, N. 80 4 Tri-St'a- te V. 8 ch'iins to stake in line 0 of John McCormnck. and corner to Reed. McCormnck, with line of latCINCINNATI, O. chnins to 0 ter S. 18 4 W. 2 UNITED STATES FOOD ADMINISTRATION to same, N. 87 V. 4 stake corner Licente No. 0 chains to a stake corner to 0 chains to K. 1 same, N. 1 'J.ri,()()0 of the largest producers have funnd the e nlwnvs chains to stake. N. fi V. 4 dependalde and most profitable. Do not let the Station Uuver talk stake corner to Heed McCormnck in you out of your cream nnd mnke for himself a profit of nbout 2c line of George Pruitt, with line of per pound or more. Ship US your next ran or if you need cans, chains we will senil them prepaid for 30 days trial. latter S. 79 4 W. 12 0 to stone on top of knob corner to K McCownn. with his line S. 52 chains to stone corner 3 same and Andy Feistreitrer, with line of last named S. 1 K. 9 chains to stake corner to same, with chains line same S. 19 W. 19 to a white oak stump. N. 89 V, 27 44,100 chains to beginning, contain0 ing 01 ncres of larid, more or 2 FLOUR J.H.Baughman&Co. PATRON THE my-telf- ." l- -l 75-103-- 40-10- 3-- 75-10- 55 Cents The 3-- 4 31-1- 3-- 08-10- Butter Tn-Stnt- Co. 3-- 93-10- -2 90-10- 21-1- 3-- 40-10- 19-10- 0 1 42-10- 0 10-1- 40-10- $6.QO LOUISVILLE N pur-cha- COURIER -- JOURNAL Daily By Mail (NOT SUNDAY) AND Want200 Farms To Sell The Semi-Week- ly INTERIOR JOURNAL Your Home Paper and the Best Known Daily Newspaper of This Section 1- -2 An Excellent Combination Subscription Orders at this combined rate .may be sent to the office of the Interior Journal I ROBINSON'S office. said stone on a west Tract No. 7 Being lot No. 11 In division, nnd beginning at a and old corner near chestnut branch, thence north 88 2 30 poles to a stone, thence Monroe Thompson WAYNESBURG, KY. v . J .