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Kentucky, Friday, February 1, 1918 Tuesdays and Fridays A. Johnson nnd Lcltoy Leigh vent to Somerset Sunday. Horn on Jnn. 28th to tho wife of boy. Harry Ncnl a Mr. II. W. Leigh sold to I Ilouton-bori- c n pound of gooso lnrd for 80c. "Couiiln" Cnle IJrown wm In town Saturday for the first time for n long J AN OPEN MEETING TONIGHT GEORGE A. PREWITT DEAD George Ah Prcwltt, one of tho The Liberty Service League will hold nn open meeting at the court-houx- e mot prominent men of Cncy countonight, when the circuit room ty, died nt his home nt Liberty Tueswill be brought into use. Ladles n day after nn Illness that covered n well a gentlemen arc Invited and an period of year. Of his life his home time. Snm Lusk nnd King have gone to Floridn with locating Miss Julia Carpenter mcnslcs. Mr. Uriah Dunn u1tc low. Carpenter n view to has the continue Dr. 0. S. William I hack from Washington City, where he spent n week on business. George Hunn, of Morclnnd, wo here awhile Saturday nftcrnoon on hi way from Stanford. All those who are behind with their Red Crog obligation are requested to pay them at once. Ilowmon Owen and family were over from McKlnncy Tuedoy with Col. nml Mrs. Sam M. "Youngstown, O. where he hold n responsible and lucrative position. It wa Mr. I. C. Carpenter, who lout hog during the cold pell. The types mode us say T. I.. Carpenter. Alvfe Ellis returned from Indimiu-pol- i Wednesday. He went there on n visit to hi mother and two children. P. W. Coppacc ha delivered to the Red Cross Chapter the 10 pounds of tobacco promised. It va of very fine quality. hoy Three of our host buslne nro In ejus No. 1 nnd we will lo them oon. We dislike very much to givr them tin. Jon Gnnn sold an need work mule to Oatlev Ruell. of the liter South, for ?nn Jumps Yowell sold to mime I party one for SI GO. George Hick of Yosemlte, wns here Fr'div to see hi children. Mr. Anni Julian MeKlnney and Mi Hick, of Morelnnd. Johnnv Jump, one of our citlcn. after a few vear' reidence in our town, hn shnken the dust from hi feet nnd moved to Casey. Col. Georre I). Wentherford came over from Pnville U the burial of (Iconic A. Prcwttt. Mr. George A. Cunningham was also here II. Gover delivered to the Red Cross Chanter Wednesday the 10 tmund of tobacco he had promised. It win of extra good quality. Jnck Gann went to Louisville Saturday to Hti" lmck two Ford eHr. He win greatly delayed on hi return trip by bad roade nnd snow drift. High water have kept a trood many people nwav from town of lute Tho water in Ilnnulntr Fork wni higher than it ha been for n long time. Mondays are observed Heatle here. Most of the business houses are closed nnd the day look far more like Sunday than Monday of yore. Tho h't'h wnter of Monday night did considerable dnmngi' to material nt the railroad bridge on the Q. & C. Considerable timber was washed nwny. Allen Hunn and James Wright arrived here Monday from Louisville. Wright ha rented n home in Louisville and came home nfter some household goods. J. C. Rcinhnrt, agent for the Journal, was here Tuesday working for his pnner. He met hi old friend, Dr. Clvildress, nnd they went over old time together. Y. R. Cr"" "f ho Henry Clay Oil Co., wns in from the Wain farm, where drilling is going on, Wednesday. He report the prospects of finding nil fine. Already a good flow Courier-- Owen. 0. P. Ilnrncttc left Tuedny for A denth of nenrly 600 feet has been reached nnd several small pockets of oil havo been struck. Other well will bo drilled as soon a the weather conditions get better. of gas has been encountered. Mr. E. J. A WORD TO MOTHERS Hednrd, Cowich. Wash., ffsgk I says: "Foley' Hrney and Tnr Is tho belt I ever used. I always keep a bottle in tho house for the children. A quick cure for coughs nnd colds." It heals raw, Inflamed Rurfuces, loosens phlegm, ease hoarseness nnd difficult breathing, check racking coughs. Sold Kveywhvrc. SELLS 1CTHE PURITAN tho MjkTho Puritan, 'aJruJKdrinking FOR $2,750 eating place, owned, by Hilly Kingiat Lnncnster, wns sola nt public sudfl(n Monday to Sum Cotton, who pld($2,750 for it. A gooso recently in Green-Hella., for'i,912. Previously the same gooso sbldiUt WIntedset for $2,669, maklng-ftifota- l of $6,471. In both Instances tlS sales were made at auctions forKM'Cross bene nts. vJd Interesting evening I promised. pnper, the Casey County New, nays: There will be talks by Attorney K. "Casey county never hod n better S. Alcorn, Dr. P. L. Hrucc, Hanker or more helpful citizen. Resides hi II. G. SUIcb and Mr. Welch Roche-te- r. wife, n brother, Wm. Prowitt, of Mr. Skiles, who Is chairmen of Palmer, III., nnd two sisters, Mrs. the War Saving Stamp nle In thi Ann Young, of thi place, nnd Mr. county, will tell of tho advantnngc of J. W, Itoskins, of Hustonvillc, ur- buylng War Saving Stamps. The vlve. His public life began nt meeting will begin at 7:30 o'clock about 21 years of age, when he came nnd It I hoped that the court room i here from his birthplace on Rolling will bo filled with pntriotlc people. Fork, to net a deputy circuit clerk. It might not be out of place to statu 'After hnving filled that office for that one very prominent fenture eral yenrs he was elected county of the Liberty Service Lenguc Is that clerk for three or four terms. While there arc no due and nobody is ask-- 1 serving in these offices he became the ed for money for anything. So don't ' trusted friend of tho people. He ha stay nwny tonight thinking that you been cashier of the Commercial will he asked for n donation, for cor- - Hank since its organization In nothing of the kind will be guest, 1896. Mr. Prowltt wns born March 22, 1852. About twenty-se- v done. en years ngo he wns married to Mis Dollic Hurdcttc, of Hrodhcad. Two MRS. J. F. MILLER DEAD Mrs. J. F. Miller, aged 65, died sons were born to thi union, both at the Miller home out on the Prench-ersvill- e dying several years ngo, George Karl, pike Tuesday nfter a pro the older, dying in 189G nnd Burdotta tracted illness, which culminated in in 1900." The burial occurred, nt pneumonia. The remnin were laid to Hustonvillc Wednesday in the pre ret in the Prcnchcrsville cemetery encc of n Inrge number of sorrowing Hit) afternoon nfter remark by Mr. friends. The Mnsons were in chargo J. C. McClary, of this city. Resides anil Pnst Grand Mnstcr limoi N. the husband, Mr, Miller is survived Saunders, of this city, delivered the nnd n dnughtcr by two son funeral oration. Messrs. Arthur nnd Walter Miller, of SOME 160 SHOT IN HIS BODY thi county, nnd Mrs. W. T. Richard Fred Doblin. who wn shot liv Bon, of Parker City, Ind. Mrs. Mil lor wns n most excellent christian la- - Gnrficld Elder just before Christmas dy and her death i a distinct loss to nnd has been confined to his home n the community in which she lived so good portion of the time since, was n long nnd where she wn generally culler nt this offiru Wcdnesdny aftcr- loved. Only a few week ngo her noon. Asked how he wns getting grandson, n son of Mr. and Mrs. W. along he said: "I am doing pretty T. Richardson, wa brought hero well for n man with 100 No 5 shot in from Parker Otv and buried. Hi mv limit-- , ami I think I should be ex .. T n . nlll.n tin.) iiwtn jr... tin. ; ,,.. ....I n.tllPn.t I....M.. ,c 4.J.M..1. tl.n.1.r.tt ll.nl uiii iiiiti: lib villHi:i IliniiniUl tli.il irvuiiirn uwiii.;, mainiug to be with Mr. Millor in her nil." Seventy of the shot are In Deij- lin's breast nnd side, 50 in his hend lllua. I and some 10 in his right arm nnd JAMES COOPER IN TRAINING hand. It will be remembered that ElCooper, who joined the der, with 'whom he had word nbout .iitmc aviation department of the army, horse trade, shot him with n shot .v- . j cho wn !lisi Nonnin .ilnnrn. writes from the Grent Lakes Tra'n- - gun, emptying both barrel into his will be..vfc- uim Tuesday. 12th, is held on belof Bourbon county, (icd a number Camp, near Chicago, that he ii body. According to Deblin his nntag ing ing well advertised and it is hoped j of but bc8jllcs her father getting nlong nnlcely, but th.t for onist wru only nbout 50 or R0 feet and believed thai if the weather is sho lcnves a brother, Mr. Ewnlt Giv- , ., I .t- i i it. l. ...:,l l ,n J mm on,,i nuvnnceai ns ine , " w" u'h"Pl ,ikp ,Wn Rt crowd ens, nnd a large number of relatives, ,ncfn"1 confinement, tliut covering the Ioc Deblin said further thaUhe must hav.N ,hcr hCTC Dcccrnbcr amWan- - Her' husband, who was Mr. S. D. auon penou . no says no i sleeping mia wnore ne leu some two nours or vcry noorl nt Bnrtley, nnd whose homo was at court ,,ays in a hammock seven feet from tht more and nfter so long n time was tcnde,, hccawe of th(J intonRe1y cod Corydon, Ind., died several years ngo floor and his bed is not n bad one, enmed to his home by James Price .cnihcr an( the country p'cope have but that ho Is a little "shy on cover, and Hilly Thompson, who happened not ,)Pcn Rivpn n opportl,nity to get nnd since Mrs. Hartley had mnde her home with her father and brother. " '" ' . '" " r""".' "- """ " "" 'together nnd exchamro ., idens for , a She wns n happily-dispose. light-, .. t ncnl nun. ii IS Itrnnnmo IllllL .lir. apimiv nr vovitrn hnnn nflor inn.. me " .'" hearted woman who got the best out ?"B Cooper's broth , kronen Connor. .. .. ., ... . tne date oi court nnd tell all of youri. ,ifp banniest when ...h. who has also gone into that dep irt friem!s t0 mCet yoU her Tuc",aJ'' she was surrounded by her friends, ment of Uncle Sam's fighting fcrccs. HUNTING FOR OIL mapuinfrvI Fcb 12th rather than Monday, , wno wero many. will join him next week. President W. II. Shnnk, and Mnn The following relatives from a disnger A. B. Florence, of the Florence HELD OVER TO GRAND JURY burial: Mcsdamcs STATEWIDE VOTE IN 1919 he tance attended the Oil Company, with headquarters at Garfield Elder, who emptied J. W. Jameson, George W. Stewart State-wid- e proh'bition Stanford wero in Richmond early contents of a Tho Frost shotbill passed the House by a vote of this week, looking for some drills gun into the side and head o'f Fred nnd Mr. R. S. Moore, of Paris, Mrs. 70 to 11. There wns no debate. The nnd other mntcrinl with which to Deblin, hnd his trial before Judge T. Albert S. Miller and Mrs. W. W. measure is now a law, ns it does not start work on several of their leases A. Rico Thursday and was held overt Goltra, of Crawfordsvillo, Ind. . were: Will The nctive nceu il. . governor a signature, n"i:I .jn . . inc r Lincoln county. They arc very to the grand jury in ?o00 bond,i u i, ""' P T llnini T? already has passed the Senate. The sanguine of hitting the greasy fluid! which he readily gave. Deblin, Rich- 'V net provide for the submission of in Lincoln. Mr. Florence is nn cxper-lnr- d ," ' Mencfee and James Harness j " . Z hn ' Statewide prohibition to tho voter ienced oil man nnd believes that the were only witnesses introduced. The iwere: Messrs. S. T. Hnrris, William of Kentucky at the regular election "big pool" for wihch tho operators defense, rcpresneted by Attorney U . . .. Pnr ., -. ' in November, 1919. are all looking, is in Lincoln sure. H, Hansford, did UUb .1 . U- - l....l ' ter, T. A. Rice, 113 IUIIH1. MiUl J. C. Bailey. Mr. Shrinks is president of the Lin- As stated before in these columns, AN EXCHANGE OF COURTESIES coln County National Bank, and Is the shooting occurred near the home EXAMINING AND CLASSIFYING Gov. Jnniu M. Cox sent the fol- one of the best known farmers and of Garfield Elder in the East End on The exemption or war board for lowing tclvgnim to President Wil- financiers in that section. Ho often Sunday before Christmas and was Lincoln county has been busy visits Mrs. Shanks. parents, Col. nnd the aftermath of n horse trade. Quite this week and is still working over- son: Mrs. T. E. Baldwin, here. Ho nnd n number of Elder's friends came time in examining nnd classifying "Just sit tight in the boat. The now concreting will over- Mrs. Shanks have just returned from down to the trial. the boys for army service. Many are notwith- heinir nut in the whelm those whose politics has en- n delightful stay of several weeks in WON'T CHANGE THIS DISTRICT j gtanding tho fact they artf ,narricd Florida. Richmond Register. gulfed their patriotism," i . nn agreenieni mis huuui. an(j hav0 one or mor0 perb0ns de. President Wilson sent the followANOTHER VERY COLD SPELL reached by the democrats nnd repub pendent upon them. ing in reply: It hasn't been anything like warm licans of the Kentucky Legislature "Thank you heartily for the mesHE FAILED TO REGISTER sage. You may be sure I shall sit since last October, but it Is colder to redistrict the Senatorial districts Deputy U. S. Marshal Ch.ii'65 tight, for the boat is sound and no- some time thi fearful winter than of this State, but in the event it is it is nt others nnd this is one of tho carried out as planned this district, Winfrey, of Somerset, nrrested in body can overturn it." colI days. The mercury was 12 above which is composed of Lincoln, Boyle, the East End tho other night Ike Gnrrard and Cnscy, will not be afwho hnd failed to register. Ho BURNS PROVE FATAL i this morning after playing between Mrs. Frank Kerr, who wns burned 25 nnd .10 nil day yesterday. A biting fected except in number. Instead of wns found nt the homo of a man nam n few days ago at her home at Shel- - wind hn blown most of the day, ma-b- y being tho 18th district it will be the ed Brock and taken to Danville before U. S. Commissioner Lawwill. A City, died t noon Thursday. It king it nbout ns uncomfortnbb ns 22nd will' be remembered Hint Mrs Kerr's one could imagine. There is every brother of Collins was arrested on a cnught fire from an open dicntion of nnothcr snow, nlthough a FINED $50 AND GIVEN 20 DAYS similar charge some weeks ngo. Charlie Hocker, who claimed the grate, and being nlone in the house ' considerable lot of the 25 or 30 thnt DOGS AFTER SHEEP AGAIN bIio jumped into n snow drift extin- - have fallen this winter is still on the whisky Sam 'Thurmon brought back Mr. D. M. Annderson, of the from Lebanon on Saturday night, guishinng the flames, but not before ground. was tried before Judge R. L. Davison Preachersville section, who was a bIiu hnd been fatally burned. nnd n jury Tuesday nfternoon nnd caller nt this office Thursday, tells us HOPPER AT CHRISTIANA Cut Thi. Out It Wotth Money Mrs. Kittie Hopper received a en- - fined $50 nnd given 20 days in jail. that n bunch of hounds got nfter h's -.n&SSS-.2tt.tuotS!re?lfrom The jury thought 24 pints of whisky sheep nt any enrly hour tho other i,'' Jhure;,nwns too much booze for n fellow like morning nnd killed one and maimed son George Co., 2835 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, III., writing your name and address who is on his wny to Stockholm, Hocker to have in his possession for three or four others. clearly. ou will receive in return n Sweden. The message wns rent from personal use. He is serving the fine WORST WINTER IN YEARS iiin.w,mnhlB0TOnp,rnB. T0k7,S ,Christinnn,I Norway, nnd contained out in jail. . Snow, wind nnd extreme cold causthcse 'w words: "Arrived safe." couirhs. colds and croun. Polev Kid..0 ed more colds this winter than in WOMEN WANT THE BEST ney Pills nnd Foley Cathartic Tab- The message was brief but it brought lets. Sold Everywhere. Wonurh i more finely constructed much joy to the devoted mother's than man and she requires tho best to its worth in thousands of homes. ' heart. HI TOMORROW GROUND HOG DAY V.1,nl Slrnuv 1 97 Pllntnn be had in medicine when tier sysTomorrow, Saturday, is ground tem becomes disordered. Foley's Kid- 0 says: "I think Foley's Honey nnd Now It Tho Time To Be Careful hog day and if tho little varmint does Avoid imitations or substitutes, ney Pills help the kidneys cleanse the Tar Is the only medlcino for coughs not sco his shadow we may have get tho genuine Foley's Honey nnd b)ood of impurities that cause aches and colds nnd recommend it highly." joints, somo decent weather. But if he docs, Tnr, nnd you hnvo n cough medicine 1'iul pains in muscles nnd backache, rheumatic pains and puffi-ne- Fino for children. Sold Everywhere. wo may havo to grin nnd endure any you cnii depend upon. It gives prompt under eyes. Sold Everywhere. BROKE HIS SHOULDER and all sorts of it for tho next six relief, clears throat, loosens phlegm, Tho nged Mr. John Raines sustainBowman Caddis, nged 20, unit a soothes, heals. Checks coughs, colds, weeks. whooping cough, In grippe, bronchial son of W. G. Caddis, and Miss Delia, ed a broken shoulder by falling on daughter of E. K. the ice several days ago. He is able Louis II. Cabell, aged 03, a promi- coughs. Contains no opiates. Sold the I Johnson, were married in the Shelby to be out but continues to suffer a nent citizen of Greene county. Is bvcrywncro. great deal. dead. Tho Interior Journal $1.60 a year. City section Thursday. sev-hc- re , An-taln- ly I , ' ..... A ! THE SEED CORN PROPOSITION MRS. BARTLEY IS NO MORE Farmers tell us that Jt will be difOne of the saddest denth that the ficult to get seed corn this year nnd Interior Journal hn chronicled in many nay that a thorough investiga- yenrs is that of Mrs. Lucy Miller tion should be modp before any corn Hartley, which occurred In the DeaI planted next sprinng. A few days coness Hospital, Louisville, nt 12:30 ngo Cashier W. M. Hright, of the t wuunusfiiiy ouihu iiiuriuuK Lincoln County NntlonnI Bank, had weeks ngo Mrs. Hartley went to Lou- nn order for seed corn from a pnrty isville for n visit nnd n few days be nt Crnwfordsvillc, Ind., who said he fore the ond came she was taken ill wanted a sack to test before he nnd wns removed to the above hospibought. Mr. Hright forwnrded n tal. It was found that she hnd double small amount, as was requested, and pneumonia, and nlthough her physl-cin- n nn examination of It Is now being did nil in their power they made. This Is mentioned merely to could not slacken the fenrful grip show that seed corn is a scarce item the disease had on her system. Her In Indlnna, ns well ns in Kentucky. A fnthcr and brother wore wired to dozen cars of the best looking corn come to her bedside nnd her brother, we havo seen in many a dny hangs Mr. Ewnlt Given, went nt once, in a conspicuous plnco in the Lin- Icnving here Monday night. A very coln Hnnk. It was taken from tho close friend, Mrs. E. T. Pence, Jr., crib of Mr. Henry Catron, of the was nlso telegraphed for and she o Enst End, and Mr. Lee Hill has been went to be with her friend of giving it n test. So far only half, years' standing, but arrived too late or probably n fraction more, of tho to hnve a flnnl word with her, for she grnin have sprouted. There is n dark , had already become unconscious nnd speck nt tho heart of the grain on death followed in n few hours. The much of the corn nnd the grnin hav- remains were brought to the home of ing this speck seemingly have n life. her uncle, Mr. J. L. Heazley, WedAny way they will not sprout. Mr. nesday night nnd on Thursday after Hill has a box containing and Bit- - noon after funeral service at that ting on one of the radintors. which homely her pastor, Dr. II. J. Brnzcl-keep- s the snnd nbout. the tempera- - ton, assisted by Dr. P. L. Bruce, they turc of tho ground in springtime, Wcre laid by the side of her mother nnd tho est is considered a very(in Buffalo Springs Cemetery. The fair one. There never was a time Beazlcy home was filled to Itf wns a important to raise jn(, with friends who gathered to pay big cropjuof corn ns it is now, nnd their respect to the excellent h enre should be taken to plant an who had been cut down so early "f1 thatyflu gorminnte. it seems to -jn jfn alld wncn she had so much to that farmer would dq well to get. jve for. Tho words of Dr. Brnzclton together and take some action about an(j prayer of Dr. Bruce were most securing seed corn that they have approprinte nnd must have brought reason will "bring forth good fruit." comfort to the nching henrts of the '" fnthcr, .. -- brother5nnnd others who loved TUESDAY. 12th. COURT DAY w ., Mltv .. nlI ,,. i)rmlu to n rpniiz.ition that Our people ihould bear in mind ,, ,,-- . . , that the next county court day will 4. nt bo held on Tuesday instead of Mon- - ..,., . . Ia . , n((nl .; pi.v. . llny The renscn for the change, a lt ,1V lnvIn frin,ie lxpiaincu inst issue, is mat .Monunjs C(, t(J some cxtcnt Mrs rjartIcv.3 pop. an- - heatles day nnd ns ninny of the utarity ant, thev almost fiIed a sin. people who come to court do a lot of R,e room of th(J Bcaitlcy honia Mra shopping it would provo an incon - ' Bartlcy was the only 0f vonience to. them not to have the op- - Mp nonr. n n:vpn. ,viln rpsi(ip. .. . " ." ' ""' J"yfcWJl"L out on the Rush Brnnch ''U- - "Cr iu YOU CAN'T BUY FLOUR ALONE "You can't buy flour none, but must get on equnl amount in pound of meal, barley flour, buckwheat flour, corn flour, corn starch, corn grit, oatmeal, potato flour, rice flour, rolled cats, soy benn flour or nl-s- worn-muc- ' j j I ! ,., ... ,,', ,. sweet potato flour," says Federal Food Administrator for Kentucky Fred M. Snckett. This may work n hnrdshlp on some but it must be carried out to the letter, for if your merchant or your miller fails to comply with the order which was effective Jnn. 28th, he will be subject to n fine of $5,000 and a year or more In a Federal prison. Flour must be conserved in order to win the war nnd it is nothing more thnn right thnt the people nt home help conserve It, nnd it will be done or the government will know why. This paper is informed by the J. II. Bnughmnn Milling Co. thnt it cannot sell to tho retail merchants or others flour unless they buy nn equal quantity of meal nt the same time, unless they are nssured by the merchant that he has n sufficient qunnity of meal on hnnd to last as long ns the flour does, selling pound for pound. In the ense where the farmers have wheat stored they too mast buy meal when they take flour and they are not nllowed to take more than 48 pounds. However, if they have corn they can bring in enough to make 18 pounds of meals nnd it will be exchanged for the meal. The f:.rmcr may not like tltis but this is n time when all must be treated alike and all must do his bit. In order that the grocers be saved ns much annoyance as possible the housewife will do well to remember that it matters not how small nmount of flour she orders, she must nlso order a similar amount of meal or some of tha meal substitutes. Her grocer can not deliver her order unless she does this. Town people are not nllowed to buy more than 24 pounds of flour, while their country cousins arc privileged to buy as much ns 48 pounds. SHELTON AT LAST LOCATED Dudley Shelton, who shot to death Attorney J. Mortimer Rothwell, of Lancaster, at Crab Orchard somo four years ago, and for whom search had been made since, has been located and is In jail at Watseka, 111. Sheriff II. C. Baughman wns aided in locating Shelton by Ilermnn Scoville, deputy sheriff of Laurel county, and Mr. Scoville has gone for the man. Sheriff Baughman is to congratulated on his fine work so soon after getting into office, and those who know him also know that he will continue the good work as long ns he is high sheriff of Lincoln county. The killing of Mr. Rothwell by Shelton was the outgrowth of a quarrel Rothwell had had with Dudley Shelton's father, W. G. Shelton. The two had hot words and Rothwell slapped the elder Shelton's jaws. As he did so the son fired, killing Rothwell, When Sam Ramsey attempted to arrest him, he fired at him, breaking a leg and making his escape. Before leaving the scene, however, Shelton is said to have reloaded his pistol as the crowd that had gathered stood back, fearing to make a move. WALTER RICE IS BADLY SHOT Walter Rice, son of Charles Rice, of Mt. Vernon, was shot and badly wounded at Paris by O. N. Johnson, another railroad man. The trouble occurred in a rcstnurant and Rico was shot in the lungs and hip. He wns taken to tho Massie Hospital at Paris. His condition is considered very serious. Rice Used lu biake on this line and had gone to Prris to take a position ns fireman. Later Rice died of his injuries Thursday. PRICE DIES OF HIS INJURIES Engineer J. E. Price, one of the most popular trainmen on tho L. & N who wns hurt in a wreck near Conway, Rockcastle county, last week, is dead of his injuries. Death occurred in St .Joseph's Hospital, Lexington, where he was taken immediately following tho accident. Engineer Price wns C2 yenrs old and resided In Covington. MEETING SATURDAY P. M. Hemp growers should remember the meeting to bo held at tho courthouse nt 2:30 Snturdny afternoon. Mr. E. L. Hnrrison, nn experienced hemp mnn, nnd others will be hero to address those who gather nt the court-housThe speakers will arrive this evening and be tho guests whilo here of Mr. Josh H. Jones. e. tZ l. ' ""' t. ,. I I L, "f I J"? buble-barrcle- d, .,. d 1 pall-beare- "cst' ... lr,nn.' -- I ' first-clas- s, ui-vi- Col-lin- s, "T" ss FOLLOWS RICHMOND SUIT Taking the cue from Stanford, Richmond will hold her court days until hcatless Mondays nrc a memory on Tuesdays rather than Mondays. So next Tuesday, Feb. 6th, will be court day at the capital of Madison. -. -- r 'r Page Two CONGRESSMEN ASTOUNDED BY BAKER'S REPLY Washington, Jnn. 29. Secretary linker's statement of Amcrlcn's war plan, carrying the assertion that nn army of 600,000 would be In Franco early this year and a "million nnd n half ready to ship to France during 1918" still remained tho center of Interest at the Capitol today, Tho Secretary's outline, of the army's preparations, revealing many military hitherto carefully-guarde- d secrets and given yesterday to tho Senate Military Committee In answer to criticisms of the War Department, made a profound impression on committee members. Chalrmain Chamberlain, sho has been the Department's chief critic, admitted this before Secretary Maker left the stand. The Chairman proposed that Mr, Hnkor be given n rest and there was al no nttempt at though when the committee today resumed its investigation of vnrious phases of the i.rmy's activities it was understood the Secretary would be r. recnlled for further examination The The Interior Journal, Sta nford, Kentucky, lied Blood and Courage! (BTMC W. Friday, February 1 , 1918 i C.LCCAS.) What drives tho men right np In the trenches In this war is courage, and it s red blood that "pats tho heart' in the men. d r 1 I. i' Secretary was on the stand yesterday vutually the entire day. UN statement, which detailed the huge task In build ng the army and answered complaints of Inefficiency such as were cited by Senator Chamberlain in his recent arralgmcnt of the War Department, was heard by '"many members of Congress, crowded into the big caucus room of the Senate office building. While many things disclosed by ""l Secretary Baker to show the prog-re- s' ABOUT CONCRETE SHIPS? tho army had made apparently HOW The problem of getting enough sui prised t'.e committee, members seemed am ed when told that men ships built to take the place of those National Guard and sunk by submarines, and enough to in the thirty-tw- o National Army divisional camps were send the needed munitions and equipready to go abroad today if needed. ment and food to Europe, is one of When Senator Chamberlain asked the biggest of the war. Some technithe Secretary why the public had cal men say that building a lot of not ben taken into confidence in concrete ships would help out. They such mutters, Mr. Hakcr spoke of think these could be built by a type the relucte.i.. of military men to re- of labor that could not construct a veal army plans and referred to a steel or wooden ship. It takes less skill to pour ami finstatement of von Hindcnburg to the effect that America was advertising ish concrete, than to handle steel or wood structures. Such an auxilliary her war plans. ship source "But isn't it a fact that Germany provide of lot of construction muht n vessels that would has known all about this?" persisted not be built at all if the shipping Senator Chamberlain. board depends wholly on st?"! and "No," replied Secretary Baker. wood. "The German Government is still The idea is not wholly new Ginno-lithi- c mystified regarding the number of lighters carrying 100 to iiOO men now in France. They know what tons have been used on inland water is doing at the front, but Germany for some time The Scientific Amerstill is in doubt as to the number of ican prints an investigation of the men wc have abroad." rubject by an exo'Vt writer. Ths auThe Secretary's statement that the thority finds tho idea pra Sicol A United States "will have 500,000 firm in Norway has already built suih men in France early in 1918 and a ship that has made a 2,000 mile-tri- p read to ship to France in by ocean. It is now turning out 1918," caused many to express tho a i, 000-toship of concrete, and cmnllnr mine ...... ..... ttnnn opinion that war plans contemplated envni-fl- ! ....., nnl .... ...... u the completion of the training of put on one of 7,000 tonnage. Bv us- thosc called in the new draft before jng steel laths it reduces its hull wall the year ended to a thickness of 2 to 1 inches, The committee was told that it thus providing lightness of structure. would bo a tragical thing if the imThese ships have not of course pression which had gone out that the been tried out sufficiently yet, so that War Department had broken down they be can called positively was allowed to remain unchallenged. a success. But the iden seems He spoke of the devotion of his as- hopeful. Probably the shipping board sociates in the Department, military is so engrossed in its project of turnnnd civilian, in strong terms. Never ing out steel and wooden vessels that in the history of time, he declared, it has had no time to consider the had .nd army of its size been raised, possibilities of concrete. equipped, trained and prepared for It would not of course pay to dibattle as had that of the United vert any yard now making steel and States. Emphasizing that he was not wood ships into concrete work. But there to defend himself or anybody, after the board gets its building prothe Secretary urged the committee gram going, it might be able to start again and agnin to lay bare any some concrete ships and rush them shortcomings of the Department that through with men who could not might be corrected. build steel or wooden vessels. Baker for Recall of Secretary BLUE LICK before the end of Miss Nannie Woodall visited her the week was decided upon today by mother and daughter, Sunday. the committee. Miss Ira Minix visited Miss Lizzie Howard E. Coffin, head of the Aircraft Board, and his assistants were Hasty Sunday evening. Miss Lizzie Hasty visited Miss called before the committee today to tell in executive session of tho Liber- Daugherty and Miss Ira Minix Monday. ty motor and other aviation affairs. Rev. Godbey did not fill hi pulpit Although impressed with Secretary Baker's disclosures of the mag- at Blue Lick church Sunday on acnitude of army operations, the Sen- count of the bad weather. Mr. Millard Hinds visited Mr. Jack ate Committee intends to pursue its demands for centralization of war Daugherty Saturday evening. authority through a War Cabinet anJ Mrs. Nannie R. Long, well known a Munition Director. Chairman Chamberlain said, how- in Danville, where she was matron ever, that the War Cabinet bill will of the colored department of the I). be resubmitted to the committee for & I), school, is dead at the home of Itober Long, in nnothor vote before hemic reocrted her brother-in-laHe said thU course Madison county. to the Senate. would be taken boetiuse he did rot Under judgment of Lincoln Circuit wish it to appear that a majority of Court in cats of J, S. Coleman, etc. Plaintiff vt. South Fork Spoke Co.. the committee favoiintr the war reDefendant. organisation were try in" to "i ON MONDAY. 1918 their legislation through, al- at 2 P. AL, at the MARCH 11.dot i in courthouse though the bill was ordered reported Stanford, Ky., I will sell to the hiich at a previous meeting front uhioii, est bidder upon credit of m month. he waver, several Senatois opposing the following described rul elite in Lincoln county, Kentucky vie the bill were absent. In the town of MiKmm'V and In reply to Secretary Biker's re- bounded on the north by hw. of Henry N'unnellev, on the east bv (' quest fur the identities o' perrons named in letters produced by Sena- N. O. A T. P. R R. Co.. right of way on wet bv lands of H. C Nunnelley, a tor Chamberlain thawing .irmy n south by lands of MeMullin & Co with iroglect of the si' k and and containing two ucres mote or, dead, Mr. Chumhurbiin said today leas, beiuv the land of the South Ferk Spoke Company, or ho mui h ht probably would nuiku the names Uioreof a mav be neeeasarv to re. public and also furnish them Vt Sec coor the aunt of $300 with mx per retary Hnkor fflr.inveatlgattor. cent, freni Nov. '1, 191 1 and the fui-thsum of and the. further Work has begun on the liftoen-mil- sum of $10, coata to accrue. C. BAUGIIMAN. H. pipe line jgyglgm through the Sheriff of Lincoln County, Kentucky! Kno.x county, petroleum fields. J. N. Suundors, Atfy for Plalntiif. , n ail-reauW-oere v Did any one ever fee a puny, man ever nish into the light with anychatico ol n inning out? With rich, pare blood you can face any hardship, reach any goal. lint you arc handicapped in tho race of life without it. Every tissue, bone, muscle, should take from the blood certain materials and return to it certain others. When tho poisons accumulate in the blood, perhaps the faco breaks out In pimples, or bolts appear on the neck, and we (eel languid, tired, our vitality Is at a tow ebb, and wo easily catch cold. It's time to take an nltcrathc extract taken from Nature's and Such a one Is made np of forests. Golden Seal, Mood and Stone root, Oregon Grape and Queen a not extracted with gljcerino and made Into tablets or liquid, and this has been cold by druggists for the p.ist fifty years as Doctor Tierce's Golden Medical Discoery. SLArmn-EinKv. "I wMi to toll of tho benefit Dr. l'lerce's Medicines limn hern to n. Several memtxTS of mr family have taken them unit always with tho cry best result. Three years a no my husband had a very evere kln trouble. Ho took six ImUles of Golden Medical Discovery," which be procured from a local druggist, and was entirely cured." Mrs. 8.1'.Coi.i.i.Nns,Iock Ilox 113. Txiuisvii.lk. Kv. "For all of ton years I have depended on Dr. l'lerce's Pleasant NEGROES MAKING MONEY Pellets. (For rnlr in ilmt; forr.) My husband and I both uo them. They aro In the cotton belt negroes who tho lien remedy for lilllousiicas and constipation. I am a practical nurse and I used to sell cotton for ft cents a pound know what I say. I gladly recommend were on a pinnacle of sudden afflu's- tU.SM.'WJlIW, A, ClUUWICK.SKB ence with the price at 32 cents a blood-purifier, sugar-coated , CHAPPELL'S CAP The Death Angle visited the home of Mr. Richard Frsiler and took his loving daughter, Miss Stella. She was a bright, excellent girl, loved by nil who knew her. Besides her parents she leaves three sisters and n brother to mourn teh loss that she Is no more. The bereaved ones hnvo the sympathy of many friends in their sad hours. Miss Bessie Green is confined to her room with the measles. Her friends hope for a speedy rccoery Mr. Oscar Griffin hns about completed his new dwelling. Miss Lillie Chappcll visited Mrs. Elijah Hatfield Wednesday after noon. Mrs. Murlc Tclkel nnd her pretty little daughter, Marguerite, will return to their home in Detroit, first of February. Mr. and Mrs. Fred .lessweln have returned home after n visit to their parents in Connshia, Wis. Mr. Jim Chappoll visited his mother, Mrs. Mollio Chappell Sunday. Mr. Otis Chappell hud the misfortune to fall nnd fracture his skull. Mrs. James Chappell visited her daughter, Mrs. Hattie Jnuics. Mrs. Charles Telkel visited Mrs. Antonc Brelnsch. Miss Augusta Payne spent Sunday afternoon with Miss Lillie Chappelt. pound. One negro who had $3,000 bought a car for $7fi0. Delivery was delayed and he bought a second one for JflOO. The second car, too, was late in coming so he purchased a third one for $1,000. Another negro went into a piano store and deferentially inquired the price of a piano with a player attachment. "Five hundred dollar!"," answered the clerk casually, as he hurried to wait in another customer. "I'll take it," said the negro. The clerk turned on his heel. "You have not got the money!" he challenged. "Call up .the bank," answered the black man. The hank answered that, about $3,000 was on deposit in his name. "I can't read or write, but Pse got de money!" said the cheerful cotton grower. "An I'sc got another daughter, an' I doon't want her to be jealous so please make it two pianos, boss, 'stead o" jes' one!" EUBANKS AT PARIS ISLAND Paris Islnnd, S. C, Jan. 2C I am When So Many Stanford People Are glad to have the opportunity of writPointing The Way Out ing to my homo county, for by experience I know the dnys of this You mny be brave enough to stand world's war nrc long for mothers, THEY GAVE backache or headache or dizziness. whose sons nrc ready to go to tho But, If, In addition urination Is disordered, look outl If you don't try to front on the western line of Germany I have hnd my training, now I am fix your sick kidneys, you mny fall rendy for nny place where I mny be diinto the clutches of dangerous sease before you know It. But, if you sent, not nt tho present for I am live more carefully nnd help your kid- quarantined with Min mens!';. This neys with Bonn's Kidney Fills, you wnrd Is quite filled now, but wo And She Soon Got Back ran slop the pnlns you have and pass the time cheerfully. My tlmo Her Strength avoid future danger ns well. Don't will be out the 27th of Jnnunrv. Wo New Castle, Ind, "The measles experiment use the remedy Stan- hnvc barracks to stay In nnd fine me down, no could ford people nre publicly endorsing. beds to sleep on. Everything is as left rest run nlcht. and Iappetite, severe at took a modern ns we need it. When It Is not Read this ense: I on my lungs, so I cold which sr Mrs. Belle Hiatt, E. Main St., says: cold and snowing, our mothers should was un.tl 'e p about my house not worry nhout us being cold, for work. 1,'y c jdviied me to take "My back pained me dreadfully. I and s bott'es restored my couldn't do my work and If I stooped we nre ns comfortable ns If we were Vinol, so I dox all health my housework, inI could hardly straighten up again. I nt home, yet when we get guard dutv cluding washing. Vinol Is the bete had dlwy spells nnd I coludn't wnlk on a bitter cold night, when we have medicine I ever used." Alice Record. straight. The action of my kidneys to walk on a high deck overlooking 437 So. nth St.. New Castle. Ind. We tallied me a great doul of nnnojnnce. the waters, it is not so nice fur us, liver guarantee this wonderful cod ami iron ionic, vinoi, lor all ,! -- . i) .., f. M I had hemmnrhnges of the the kid v..i un weak, 1 nervous conditions, pany had the honor of being the fin - ,,, P,nny Uru, neys also. I tried many different rem ., Ky. """" edies but got worse all the time. My est one on the Irhnd In everv resneet case was nlmost chronic when I heard but I nm sorry to say that fine rnm - ' are still on tve field. Yours truly, of Dunn's Kidney Pills and got some pany of men nre nil split up now PRIVATK HOMKIt I). KUBANKS, r,2nd Co Marine Barracks, Paris at Penny's Drug Store. This medi- One of the boys from Pennsylvania, cine helped me right nwny so I con- went abroad the U. S. Oklahoma, Island, S. C. tinued to use them until I was free eight to the now commissioned offGREEN BRIAR from backacho and my kidneys were icers training school nnd three to the in good order. I keep Doan's KidMrs. .Mary Walls is very Ill nt Marine Band. We nre hnving the ney Pills on hand and whenever 1 sunet parade tonight, four battalions the present time. Mrs. Joe Record spent tho day with have any return of this trouble they on the field. There isn't n better sehave lie it failed to help me." lected bunch of men In the wholo Mrs. Mecia Walls Friday. Mr. John Leach, wh has 'icon III Price (!0c, at all dealers Don't United Stntes' military service than simply ask for a kidney remedy-- get the battalions now passing over this is improving. Miss Arvcy .N'oland, of Richmond, Doan's Kidney Pills the same field. This is the most popular branch that Mrs. Hiatt had. of the service.! found it to be as I is visiting her mother and sisters. Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo. N. Y. It wns told. But I am longing to get I Mr. Ed Trusty wns the guest of Mi Arvev N'oland Sunday. I sm not worPEACEFUL WOODFORD COUNTY away from this is!rnd Mimi Dolly Sims is breaking up rying whatever of Oermnv for I Why not a peaceful medal for will not housekeeping on nccount of her broWoodford county nnd Versailles? know the brave AmrrKnns let this government suffer deith for ther mo t ng to be called to war. County Judge Mulcahy has been in like th" Ka!or. vet a She is going to make her home at office three months and there hasn't a cruel bcnt of old, "we hnve msl're towrd n"n, Air. L. G. Gooch's. been a single trial in his court. There A. Todd went back to his work on all" nnd with th blood were only two petty cases in the chanty for the rsllrnad Thursday. shed our bovs we strive to lend Versailles police court the past up of e he wounds of n bWd'nr month. There is not a prisoner in the NO HALF WAY MEASURES which wc ho epand rtrrv the work-housprisnnd only one city ' er a sketchy little thing" exwounds will be drained d'rert m the1 oner in the county jnil. He is not n hibited by June there linns n printhome product, but a Lexington negro hnrt of the Grnmu nation. W th the ed curd which bears the words: who was taken off an interurbnn ear brnve genera's and admirals we nre "Mid not t mirtlt lullk n Aa im t m here for having n pistol on his per- resting with the hopos of th United i,r.,iin, son. County Jailer Kdger is getting amies neing leu tnrougn mis great i An apprentice small boy ndded th ", struggle w'thout the loss of many folIowim. the "blues.". Woodford Sun. poslacrlpl is-men from America. Bark to the i 'Take nn axe." A plan for saving more than a land ngnin. We nre having pretty million tons of coal a year by reduc- fine weather, a'though the climate Mrs. Sophia Turner, aged lit), was ing in all cities the number of street is d: in p and cold espccir.;ly nt night. burned to death near Clinton. Shp car stops and by limiting the use of We all hnvc n strong hope of seeing wna .1.1, :n i,.,.i nn.i whii no ...,. power for heating cars has been pro home again, so with our cheerful- - in ),pr roon,( cft hcr )P( nt)(1 wcnt , posed to the Fuel Administration. It ness, we nre passing the time in the tnc (ireplace. where it Is supposed i.s receiving attention, but there is no military service nil hippy. I will close h,.r r0thing caught. indication as to whether Fuel Admin- my short sto-- y for th s time, hoping j I istration officials view it with favor. to know more n t time The boys The Interior Journal $1.00 a year. ITS FOOLISH TO SUFFER AFTER SICKNESS HER VINOL run-dow- Jt.(rd, j Foster-Mllbur- n , ' Fu-rop- e r ' .. ALLEN HE1ATT, AmI. Manager Walnut Street Warehoue JOHN S. VAN WINKLE Secretary JESSE W. OVERSTREET. A..I. People's Tobacco Wareliouie Mr. 1 Prices Still Running High On the Danviiie Breaks. Averages Still Soaring and the Growers Are Highly Pleased Wc will hold auction sales every (day, excepting Saturday nnd holidays from now on. You can rest assured that Danville will be the highest market in this section, as we are tne closest market to the largest nnd manufacturing plants in the world. Our accommodations for hoth man and beast nre 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 Ihey have been selling tobacco on this plan for the past fifty years. Drive your wagon to the Danviiie market. You will always find some one to attend to your wants, nnd welcome you. During the sale wc will do our very best to get you the highest market price for your tobacco. All the large factory buyurs are on hand at each sale. We have experienced men in ali departments to look after your interests, including two of the finest auctioneers in this or any other state. Our charges for selling tobacco will be the same as last year. Tho fact that everything else has increased makes no difference here. The warehouses do not buy tobacco except on sale at atiction. We do n strictly commission business. Free stables and no rejection feo. Appreciating your past patronage, we hope you will sue your way clear to bring us your tobacco, guaranteeing you the highest market prices, absolutely accurate weights and an nil around square deal. B eopies I. M. DUNN, pace iMerpuraltil T warenouse Co, President DANVILLE, KENTUCKY ?. M r- FV - H- - kMh. , .ttr-V- Ua--J f- t JU 9 ' V. - ... Ill MIM ! &;(., "JKaV. tj . f-- 4 te r. , -. I3B MmI ill -- . -- . - ..'i K The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, February 1 , 1918 hage Ihree Children Cry for Fletcher's I WAYNESDURG I). Green has sold his residence Iho Kind NNNK555373555555 Imitations and " " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. .All Counterfeits, Just-as-goo- 0 c,XJ&!?rttfjuxtyjr. ftxtcsum, In use for over You Have Always Bought, thirty - since Its Infancy. jH(,w n0 one l0 dcccjve you jn thls d Bnnal supervision and which has been years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per- - & Ml 1 I CO l Misses Kvn and Irene Singleton visited their uncle, I. C. Singleton Prldny and nttended the social. Miss Ilclle Singleton has mcisles. Several from this vicinity have I been exposed to small-poKev. K. W. Ooakley has gone to Bcars the Signature of Camobellsvillo to seo his brother. pitals In our cantonments. Miss Evelyn Ellison has gone to "We have," snjs Miss Roberts, Richmond to attend school at the E "nurses enough to meet our present K. S. N. ne d, but In order to maintain our M Mr E. Wheeldon bought a health standards at homo during and after tho war and to contliiuo to care house and lot from Will Illair. Mrs Miotic Fnrlev nnd son, Pros, for our armies many moro must bo ton Illair are visiting friends nnd trained "The need for skilled nurses during relatives In Harlan. tho next few yearn will be the greatMiss Pearl Knuten came home yes- est tho world lias ever known and tho Kind You Have Always Bought terday from a visit to her 'tcr number of students In the spring TM Or MTAUW CO classes now being enrolli d In tho Mrs Wesley Cullio at Eubank. Mr Lloyd Itouten came home Sat- "chools for nurses throughout the country should bo limited only by the urday from New Custle, Penn. teaching facilities of the schools and MUST USE LESS I'OOD ed cenil lrif.d ani other products Mr John Horton is n sufferer from by the clinical facilities of the hostonsilitin this week. ALLIES Alti: TO WIN of the bakers winch cout mis nn IP pitals with which they aro connected" of utVr coreale Miss Jennie Kobinsnn has a very The committee on nursing of tho The following proclam itinn vv general medical board of the Council "In order that consumption may sore arm from vnccinntion. tmued by 1'rendcnt WiUoti on food Mr nnd Mr Urban Singleton vis- of National Defense hs.s encouraged be restricted to this extent, Mondays conservation those Htnl 'c!ncdH should be obnerved ited Mrs. J. A. Singleton at Pleasant clinical hospitals possessing sufficient ".Many cause have contributed to mot rial to increase their faW'hoNtlesa days each week, and Point Saturday and Sundry. as create Oh nocowity for n more "Slim" Surber, who is in training cilities for tho thorough training of effort on the In many Instances this rt of our poo-pl- e one muni each day should be observnurses at Camp Taylor, has returned from a has Nenand clone. to wive food In order that mi? ed ns a wheat lew meal. Following are some of the advan"In both homes and public eating short visit to his wife, Mrs. Leila miiy Mipply our iiaaurintoti in the war tages In nursing education nnd some with the nuitenonco vitally necutMry place, in order to reduce the con- Surber. Mr. E. H. Stone, of Danville, spent point a joiing woman should conto them in these day of privation sumption of beef, pork, nnd sheep sider In selecting a training school: a few days here. The reduced productivity products, Tu winy should be observand Ftre. Nursing not only preMr. Oz Reynolds nnd two children died as mentleM day in each week, one 1 pares for education variety of proof Europe because of the lame a Ijrgo from Arizona, are visiting hemefolks to the war. the irieatles meal should be oosorved in version of fessional fields, but Is an excellent preparation for home family llfo partial failure of harvest and the each day; while, in addition, Satur- hire. Ransom Padgett has bad Mrs. the and for public servico and many ways. In elimination of the more distant mar-kot- day in wich week should further be misfortune to lose her eyesich from Almost upon enrollment the stuohurcd as a day upon which there neuralgia nnd still seriously ill for foodstuff through the is dent begins her service to the comof xhinninK. place the lmr-- should lo no consumption of pork munity In helping to caro for the sick, lcn 01 their nulisistcnce cer' Inrjce-l- y products. STANrORD HOUSEWirn CHANG. as a part of her Instruction and train(houMcni. on our "A continued economy in the use ED FROM GLOOM TO CHEER ing. ' My stomach suffering was so se"The Food Administration has for- of suiflir will bo necusMtry until later Life In most schools Is healthy, in the jear. mulated Miirjrcstions which, if wholesome, simple nnd regular It vere that I could not have lasted will enable us to meet tills "It is imperative that all waste much longer I did not care so much Is full of vivid human Interest, the stut'rvut rpmtnnitilnlitv. without, niiv real I and unnecessary consumption of all for tnself but did not vvnnt to dent sharing In deepest realities of " " ' sorts of foodstuffs should be rigidly leave my three iHconvetiienc on our part, little children who life. The graduate of a good school we may reduce our eliminated. "In order that needed u mother's love and care. A steps at once Into regular profesconsumption of wheat and wheat cousin in California wrote me about sional life nnd work with an assured "The maintenance of the health of product by 110 per cent. a reduc- our own people is vitally necessary Moyr's Wonderful Remedy nnd I livelihood. No weary struggle to get tion imperatively nccoswary to pro- at this time, nnd there should be no took a course of it. I have since been a foothold to show what sho can do. vide the supply for overseas whole- dangerous restriction of food supply; entirely well." It is a simple, harm- Tho hospital has carried her over that sale jobbers lind retailers should but the elimination of every sort of less preparation that removes the stage Her work Is ready and waiting purchase and resell to their custom- waste and thi substitution of other catarrhal mucus from the intestinal for her If she successfully completes ers only 70 per rent, of the amounts commodities of which we have more tract and allays the inflammation her training. Tho student Is at no expense for used in 1917. All manufacturers of abundant supplies 'for those which which causes practically all stomach, tuition, board, lodging, laundry, alimentary pastes, biscuits, crackers, we need to save, will in no way liver and intestinal ailments, includ uniform, etc.. In the great majority of ing appendicitis. One dose will con schools. Only a few schools charge a pastry anil bicnkfnst cereals should strength of our people nnd reduce their purchases and consumo-- 1 will enable us to meet one of the vince or money refunded. It tuition fee, for preparatory courso. tion of wheat and wheat Hour to 70, most pressing obligation' of the war The student Is also cared for In illIn the Knox circuit court for a sec- ness. per cent, of their 1917 requirement1-- , j "I therefore, in the national interSalaries compare fnvonibly with and all bakers of bread and rolls to est, take the liberty of calling upon ond time a hung jury has resulted from the trial of Hen Poindexter, O salaries of other trained women. SO per cent, of their cm rent require-every loyal American to take fully ' munts. Consumers should reduce to heart the suggestions which are charged with tho killing of Zalem In sorno fields they are higher than the average. Especially is this truo their purchase of wheat products for being circulated by the l'ood Admin-- ' Harris last summer. of teaching and administrative work home preparation to 70 per cent, of istration and of begging that thev John Harrod, 77, was run over either In Institutions or In Publlo those of last, year, or, whun buying be followed. I am confident that the and killed by a train near llagdad, Health Nursing Opportunities for advancement aro many and steadily In bread, should purchase mixed cereal grent body of our women, who have Shelby county. creasing ' breads from the baler1. labored so loyally in Choice of Training School. "To provide suilklent cereal food , with the Pood Administration for the (a) He careful In choosing a trainDRUMMER WAS IN homes, public eating plices, dealers success of food conservation, will ing school lis euro that its diploma inn! iimiiui.iiures should substitute strenghten their efforts and will take ou to register in our will enablo potatoes, vegetables, corn, barley, it ns n part of their burden in this TERRIBLE CONDITION state. (b) That Its educational standards oat and rico products, nnd the mix penod of national service to sec that are good (c) That It offers thorough training Says He is Much Better Now In medical, surgical, children's and matemlt) nursing. After Taking Vin Hepatica (d) That tho housing and living conditions aro such as to ensure tho of students. "You can ro the limit In sa)lns what health and (o) That tho working conditions )ou ple.iHo aliout mo," Bays 1) M Dowers, a will known Nashville salosmau, are modern and the hours reasonable. to the Vin Hepatica expert. 'I am to (f) That tho general standing of tho much lietter off than uver thought I school and Its graduates Is good. Don't Play Blind Man's Buff When couhl he after tho awful experience I Where any doubt exists on this point have hail or ejrs with my stomach. Buying Life Insurance further advlco should be sought, "I was In such u terrihlo condition that I Just couldn't hold anything1 ou through officials of the State Nurses' my stomach Nothing would satisfy Association or the State Board of ExA search with open eyes will you that the policies I sultered so torrlblo mo. at times aminers. of the Mutual Ilenelit Life Insurance Co., contain special and that I almost wished I didn't have a Addresses and further Information peculiar advantages not combined in the policies of other Comstomach. Hut I want to say to you can bo obtained by writing to tho Bupanies Low Premiums, Largest Cash Values and Dividends. right now that Vin Hepatica has so reau of Nursing, L&ko Division. AmeriDon't think for it minute that all Companies are bound to oomplolely relieved me that I can eat can Red Cross, Garlitld building, bo good. That is the argument of the agent of Mime infenor anything without tho least four of It Cleveland. company. upsetting my stomach. In the fourteen years I have been agent for tho Mutual "And If anybody usks you," said he, Ilcnciit, I have paid out several Thousand Dollars in do nth at tho Arcade Drug Store, "what I Tho American Red Cross has proclaims to beneficiaries who would not havu received n cent had think of Vin Hoputlca, you can just vided $122,000 worth of supplies for the deceased hud his insurance in any other Company One of go to tho limit. Anything that will do tho relief of sufferers In Guatemala. these was paid right here in Stanford within the Inst two years. a follow as much good as Vin re- - j Every member of the Mutual Ilenelit is sure of fair and did me In my almost unbear- A party of experienced Red Cross liberal treatment under all cireumstaiuo.s and no matter what able condition Is worthy of tho highest lief workera has also been sent to happens he will gut his money's worth, for it is all put duwn in pralso that mortal tonguo can give It." Guatemala. the contract. We strongly recommend this groat s More in Lincoln County than all other ComNaturo remody. Coma and got a bottlu The American Rd Croats In IYnnca panies combined unci not u dissatisfied one among them. and try it, on our recommendation. We does not admit to IU staff any AmerLet mo show you the terms of the most liberal policy you know It Is a real medicine of the high- ican of draft ate unless they present have ever seen, est merit. the proper credentials from the United States military or naval auThe Lincoln thorities, giving the reasons why they are not qualified for military or naval STANFORD, KY. service. tho above suggestions are observed throughout the land. At present there ore 2,363,079 Rt4i WOODROW WILSON. Cross members In Ohio, IUMft-iatffor All Kinds of Insurance "The White House, January, 1918." Kentucky. Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other nnrcotlc substance. Its ge Is its guarantee. For more than thirty years It has been In constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fevcrlshness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, olds the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR I A Hospital In Lexington. She Is rapidly OF recovering from it serious operation, Mr nnd Mrs. A. II. Mnrgnn have returned home from Lexington, where IE NURSES they were nt the bedside of their daughter, Mrs. J. S. Dumas. Mr Alfred Haugh Is rapidly convalescing from nn nttack of pneu- Thousands of Young Women Are Needed to Fill Ranks monia. Miss Maude Caldwell is still very of Nurses In Red Cross ill with paralysis. Servico Misses Corrine Florence and Orarc Jeffries nnd Will Illalr went to Kings Thousands of patriotic young womMountain in Mr. Hlalr's car Sunday en and were pleasnnt cnllers on Miss for throughout tho country aro looking ways In which they can servo the Maggie Morton. government nt tho present time. Mrs. II. L. Dumas is very 111 with The Uureau of Nursing of the Lake nnd store to lllnlr llros. for $3,000. Mr (Ireon is going to Missouri. Mrs Velmn Dumas is In St. Joseph M DEM The CORRECT TREATMENT FOR COLDS Colds nre contracted when strength is lowered and the inflammation easily develops bronchitis or lung trouble, while grippe nnd pneumonia frequently follow and any cold should have immediate treatment with TRAINING I The National Strength-Build- er which first builds up the forces by carrying rich nourishment to the blood streams and creates real body warmth. Its cod liver oil is the favorite of physicians for correcting bronchial disorders and chest troubles. The Imported Norwegian cwl liver ml nlnn uci! In Seolt't Emaltlon l now refined lu our own American latmritorfes which ennrnnten It free from impuriliri. 17-- H Pco" It nowne, IHomnEctd N I Rrip. Miss Anna Padgett Is nt home from Science Hill for a few days. Mrs. J. II. Wheeler is also a victim of grip. GENUINE Ztfgk The m man-powI ii 1 CASTOR A ALWAYS Division, American Red Cross, Cleveland, points out that there Is no form of service open to women more greatly needed than that rendered by the nurses of the country. The Red Cross Nursing Servico for which most registered nurses nre eligible constitutes tho reserve for the army and Uiu navy nurso corps. 11 Is calling for many hundreds of highly qualified' nurses for service abroad In our own hospitals and those of our allies It Is also calling many hundreds for servico In the base hos- An order from the War Deport- - families do not like Louisville, dashes the hopes of officers who , cause of weather conditions and be- rcqucstcd that they be transferred cause the officers were unable to ob- from Camp Zachnry Taylor for vari tnin quarters for themselves which ous reasons, principally because their they considered satisfactory. nt Just Received! A car of buggies. Let us show you before buying. We guarantee to please you. : : : r? ih In Use For Over 30 Years E. T. Pence, Jr, Stanford For Sheep We are headquarters for all kinds of 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 2 3 T. W. JONES-Pho- ne caa " ' i 4 Storage Battery Station Installed Frozen and Old Batteries Made New. Also sell New i 5 J Batteries Come In and See Us ! 1 The Dan ville Buick Co. L. B. CONN, Prop. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY Walnut Street, Phone 798 Think About This well-bein- g 1 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-Solso it will run longer Gates Half-Sol- e than a new one 3,500 miles without a puncture. Ask the man who is using one. We do all kinds of Vulcanizing. Send us your work and it wiil be done right. e Ho-patl- policy-holder- The International Rubber Sales ::::::: Company R. M. Newland Headquarters Pharmacy Danville, Kentucky J. B. Williams, Mgr. MASTERS, Local Agent, Stanford, Ky. G. H. J ii iiiiimiiiiiMiiiiKftTirt mar i m imW rr Page Four Biaiaiaeameraeacag5M-ag3T:trr.'yy;'r-r,"frTautfjca The iJ Interior Journal, Stanford, I lie nlr Ml 1, 1 Kentucky, Friday, February 1 , 1918 If interior Journal Mfni at pttle(nmatt Intereet Bearing Assets E. C. Walton and J. H. Wright tlfl Ktmtrrd, mtlltr. Kp . Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Ky. $22,250.00 U. S. Liberty Loan Bonds, 4s 869. 7'8 War Saving Stamps, 4s U. S. Certificates of Indebtedness 0,000.00 4s 87,500.00 United States Bonds, 2s 12,500.00 United States Bonds, 3s Lincoln County Turnpike Bds. 4s... 3,000.00 Lincoln County Court House Bds. 31,500.00 4s United Kingdom of Great Britain 1 ' 30,000.00 and other Bonds, 5s Stock in Federal Reserve Bank 6s 4,550.00 137,772.43 Cash and l?ql. due from banks 356,975.16 Loans and Discounts SILENCING illS CRITICS Kvcn his critics, most of whom nre nnimntcd by pique or personal resentment, nre forced to ndmit thnt the rcvclntlons tmde before the Committee by Sercetnry of War Baker, of the amount of work done to prepare our troops for service In France, has been n little short of marvelous. Mr. linker ndmlts that he nnd those who arc nssistlng him In the war problem, have made mistakes, but thoy have been corrected as soon ns discovered nnd hnvo really made for greater efficiency Five htlndrcd troops will soon he in France nnd a million more rndy to go there, armed, equipped and trained for service, was one of the assurances of the secretary, whose statement, occupying nearly n day, made a profound Impression on his dofam cr, Scnntor Chamberlain, nnd others of the committee. Mr. ll.iker may not be the greatest Secretary of War in the history of the country, hut he is surprising the people with his herculean efforts and proving thnt the President was right heh he said thnt he was one of the ablest officials in the service of the government. The sheep breeders, who met nt Lexington this week, voted unanimously for a bill which, they will ask the legislature to pass requiring that all mnle nnd spnyed female dogs shall pay a license fee of $2 nnd uv cry unspayed dog a fee of $ I. A tag must be worn by er.ch licensed dog and failure to secure one by the payment of the sum stated will make the owner subject to a fine of not exceeding $100 or imprisonment for j three months. The bill also makes the owner of a dog liable for damage when it is shown that he has killed or maimed sheep. There are a good many other fdrnstic features in the bill, which ought to become a law, but which will not as the members of the legislature arc too much afraid of the effect on their future political aspirations. In fact there are already bills to repeal thu present dog tax and to txempt at least one dog from taxation to the family, If it is not repealed. The dog menace has1 interferred greatly with the sheep industry and ought not to be longer permitted, especially when wool is- so necessary for the clothing of our soldiers. "Monk" Piaschke must have been monkeying when he made that picture of Dr. W. II. O'Bnnnon. which appears on the first page of tho Louisville Times of Thursday afternoon. Nobody would have over known it was intended for the genial Representative from Lincoln county had not the name appeared near it and the doctor's favorite expression, "By Joe," used in connection. Mr. Plas-ckhad better take another shot at the biggest man in the Kentucky Legislature. There is one thing about the Lexington Herald. It seems to tote fair with its patrons. It publises some very causitc criticisms of its course since the breaking- - out of the war, nnd in this respect' Editor Breckinridge reminds us of the- Senator who the other1 day had printed in tho Congressional Record a letter from one of his constituents branding him us a d- -n liar. Sweeping Sale Ladies' Shoes Ron-atori- nl and Boys' Clothing We have a nice assortment of Ladies' Boots 1tKKMCl.VMtCtllOHlTtCBl't ll j ni ana onoes mai we win sell at cost now to make room for our Spring stock. These are the season's latest creations Dull Kid, Patent Leather, Kid with fancy ill tops, also black with cloth top. Alsoa 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. Total 696,887.37 McRoberts,Bailey&Rupley MAIN STREET & OTTENHEIM Herman Distilli's mother ill. Miss Mary Mohiners is on the sick list. Mrs. W. T. White is very sick at STANFORD, KY. j "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE" STANFORD, KY. is ery Anyone Desiring to Sell Their y Your Telephone Operator The BELL Telephone operator has a mission in life, and her mission is to serve you. Quickness, accuracy and courtesy are her essential qualifi-cation- Farm, Stock or Crops will make money by seeing Dinwiddie & Owens THE HUSTLING REAL ESTATE MEN HUSTONVILLE AND MORELAND THE LATEST WAR NEWS Announcement was made that the total tonnage of former German steamships ready for the high seas service, most of which are now carrying men and materials to France, is approximately 500,000. The figures are authoritatively declared to prove that Germany has been deliberately circulating false reports to belittle to her own people the assistance given to the Entente Allied cause by this shipping and thus to create unjustified confidence in the German submarines. The second air raid of the year, to which London was subjected, was much less serious in effect than that of the night previous, when forty-seve- n persons were killed nnd lfi!l injured. This time the known casualties were only three killed ani1 nine injured, although it is feared that six additional deaths may be revealed by the uncovering of bodies buried in the ruins of a house The raiders failed to penetrate to th heart of London, such bombs as they were able to launch bhig dropped in the outskirts. The Court of Appeals affirmed the given Jim Howard death antnr and the life term for Harry Porter, convicted of killing Policeman Will Romaine in Paducah last September. THIS AND THAT Two hundred persons perished in a fire in an alcohol factory at Novo Archangcsk. A crowd of carousers broke into the factory nnd became trapped in the cellar. Some one lighted a candle nnd the alcohol fumes exploded. Fifty Richmond tonB of coal wore saved in k , , during the two heatless Mondays, just passed and the greater part of this amount came from the suspension of retail stores, since there were but few industrial plants here to close. Register. In an address in London the Mnr-quof Lansdowne said he concurred entirely with the recent speeches of Premier Lloyd George and President Wilson on peace aims. Hu said he believed everyone was ready to prolong the war until, a durable and honorable pence is obtainable. Steps toward vast financial opera tions for the war were planned at conferences between Secretary and leaders in Congress. It was agreed that next Monnday the Administration bill to create a War Finance Corporation will be introduced in Congress. Senator Simmons chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, declared there la no question but that taxes for 1919 will be increased. is Mc-Ad- he TIRES (5,000 Mile Guaranteed Tires) We HaAe the Agency of The MILLER Tires You will find none better for the price, and not many half so good. Now in. stock in the following sizec: . . 30x3 Tires, price $15.15 . 30x3 2 Tires, price $22.50 . 32x3 1.2 Tires, price $26.30 . . 31x4 Tires, price $34.15 tire-anWe will stand behind this treat you right. When in need of tires give me a call 1-- y t G. H. Masters Phone No. 249 V Having secured an eight hour day, Samuel Gompers, head of the laborers' union, now seeks to reduce it to seven hours, showing Sjrsin that the more they get the more they want. It looks like it is gradually approaching that Utopian time, when everyWAR WILL END THIS YEAR body will cease to labor at all and nt President Wilson sends this glo.-i- get full pay for doing the same time ous message to the Farmers' Confernothing. ence in session at Urbana, 111 , which A new ruling classes oil drafted prediction let us all unite in hoping men married May 18 or later as sin- will come true: "You will realize, as gle and will not count for exemption. I think statesmen on both sides of Mayhap most of them have found by the wnter realize, that tho culminatthis time, however, that in effort to ing crisis of tho struggle has come avoid the draft they jumped from and that the achievements of this the frying pan into the fire and will yearn on the one side or tho other bo glad now of the opportunity to must determinnc the issue. It has try tho other sort of hell that war turned out that tho forces which fight for freedom, the freedom of supplies. men all over tho world, as well ns It is said that Fuel Administrator our own, depend upon us in nn exfiarficld is one of the bunch who is traordinary and unexpected decree pretending to bcrve tho government for sustennnce, for tho supply if thu per year, but those of us who materials by which men are to iu at have been affected by his rulings ns nnd to fight, and it will be our glory to heat think thnt his salary is none when the war is over that wo have to small. Being the son of n Presi- supplied those materials, and supplident does not always imply that he ed them abundantly, and it will bo is smarter than 'tother folks. nil tho moro glory, because in supplying them wo have made our supreme William Jennings Bryan also gives effort and sacrifice," Secretary of War Baker n certificate of good character and efficiency, ns The Government luck No. 1 1 at If ho had not already suffered Heidelberg, Lee county, was wushed enough. out by tho Kentucky River flood. Logmen have organized to catch The Legislature observes heatless logs and 100,000 railroad ties Monday by having no seuaion. This now rushing down the river. looks patriotic, but most of us would be glad to show it at $10 day. The Interior Journal $1.00 a year l GO,-0- this writing. There nre several cases of measles in this community. Miss Matilda Koker is recovering from a severe burn. Mr. Casper Abt, of Crab Orchard, was nt Ottcn':cim Sunday. Miss Klizabeth Disch is visiting hrr uunt, Mrs. Simon Petrry. Mr. J. S. Harris has been visiting his daughter, Mrs. Ezra Oaks. Mr. Earl Russell is recovering from a severe cae of measles. Mr. C. 11. Krc has moved to the farm vacated by Willie Anderson. Master Ccopcr Petrey had the misfortune of spliting his lip with nn ax. Misi Elizabeth Disch was in town last week having some dental work done. Mr. Mack Petrey is taking the job of sleigh making during this rough spell. Mrs. Minnie Ronecker was visiting Mrs. Mary E. Wcstendorf Sunday afternoon. The Ottcnheim graded school has been closed for som,o time on account of measles. Mrs. Simon Petrey has received the news that ler father is very ill with pneumonia. Master Howard Petrey, the son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Simon Petrey, has been ill of pneumonia fever. Mr. Adolph Wercndorf nnd Ezra Oaks urc having n hard time gathering corn tluring this cold spell. Edgar Thompson, former Mr. teacher of Chappcll's Gap school, has left Kentucky for Nashville, Ga., where he will teach school. He will be greatly missed by his host of friends. Mr. and Sirs. John Popenhagen from Wisconsin, have returned where they have been visiting relatives. Mr. Popenhagen returned in a very bad conditon. He is on tratches with inflammatory rheumatism. s. ' Frequently, she is called upon to act quickly in' emergencies when courage and presence of mind are required. No more loyal and conscientious group of workers can be found than the young women at the switchboard. Their service extended by your can be n. V" r V greatly When you Telephone SmiU CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated $ wi m in JAMES P. TRIBBLE, Local Manager, Stanford Th I. J. i only $1.50 a year twice a week; $1 for once a week. Come to Court Tuesday February 12th (NOT MONDAY) We help save fuel by closing all day Monday We give coupons on all accounts that were made in January, 1918 and paid on or before February 12 Severance & Son pr 71.-.- . The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, February "Ms-It,- " 1, 1918 second-han- Page Five -- New .ml .v See J. S. Mob Son, McKinncy. Phone 12C-rV WANTED to buy n saw mill, 'mi bcilcr and engine. D. Broup1 ton. Crnb Orchard, l. F. I). No. 1. WANTED A fnnu of . u V . i V ncrcs with good improvement. ,l must bo good. Box No. IV V i' f 44. M I,' 1 tidings Wednesday of the uncxpec-c- d death of his niece, Mrs. Lucy Miller Hartly, of Stanford, who passed awny in Louisville from pncumonln while on a visit there. She was n most lovable and charming young Ky. matron who had many friends here With tf where she hns frequently been n FOR SALE Millctt rn p i tiny, baled nnd $2fi per ton. On m. $50,000.00 CAPITAL STOCK OF guest in the family of Mr. Glvcns. Evans, farm nenr Onli..ni Hkj The news of her untimely death hns Jo'in Huichina on Cral) fnrm SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS OF $37,150.00 the 'f saddenpd all who knew her here. The SEWING MACIIINESC-vM- , lot has taken every precaution tn aafefuard and protect ill DEPOSIT-OR- S remains were taken to Stanford for get you n good machine? Th ''u jor and STOCKHOLDERS by jolnln the American Rankera At. interment and Mr. nnd Mrs. Givcns easy running, perfect (titer all oclatlonl the Kentucky Ilankera' Attoclatlon, and It alio a member attended, Ed Oaks,Stanford. I'hom- 111 W. and Miss Virginln Given by arlectlne; the following of the Federal Reaere Syatem, and FURNITURE. Mattings. Iiru.ts. the funeral. The deceased is survived offieera and director for the year 19 1 A by her father nnd brother. liar Rugs, Wall Paper, LitreSut ''.isori. Window Shadi'D, Trunks, rodshurg Herald. Pictures and Stoves. W. A Tr bble, OFFICERS Stanford. 28tt President J. S. IIOCKER SALE OF THE TAYLOR FARM . FOR RENT Tho Hilm h. i and S. T. HARRIS ,,. Itt Vice President ,, j,..,!,.,. Hoar in mind the snle of tho Tnv lot . on wanvnic nvcni.c. it".ne in , 2nd Vice Pretident II. C. IIAUOIIMAN mon. lor farm, etc., in Marion county lio or Cnahirr C. HAYS POSTER Presbyterian Church February 3' next Tuesday, Feb. Gth. For furthct phone immodinte nosfctior II ,1. McRobort IMf W. W. SAUNDERS Morning service particulars read the advertisement Individual Bookkeeper -It Will feme Off In (die Complete Sunday Srhool FOR SALE 00 Thoro le'ibrril Here!" Clerk C. C. MctMIERSON 11. Sermon by pastor, Congregation Hampshire-dowewes, lirei' 'o un on puge eight of this paper. Clerk II. I.. PERKINS "Vi "ll perl nil the self denial tikonot.ee that IrSn.a'i? imported buck, due to limb F . 10. roniph to pi. c e.ff painlessly, In mm missionary . envelopes are to , be re to expectations,, tne i Th(,sc arc CJCtra Contrary ice nH. t p0K . ,. , illy I'lli) ni sii jt'im,,, DIRECTORS " Glenn redistricting bill passed in thi Dudderar. Stanford. 3,i ,V, ... 'X ::r,v,Vn'nti,inrVesiMe,r vcry- . n .. n. nminii; in State Senate yesterday, 30 to 1. Two JOHN C. ROIIINSON, S. T. HARRIS, C. R. COLEMAN, J. S. ihlnc else .ni hnve ever use.l. off auniiny run. 1017 lord ouim: FOR. SALE IIOCKER, M. D. ELMORE. J. F. DUDDERAR, WM. DECK II mtiiis llkf! irnnlr iliiaranteeu nt the Christian redistricting bills were presented, car. Practically new. Must ' sold 0:30. Union sen-iceHi". in - v. " ..i". ... Jill II. C. DAUGHMAN, J. M. PETTUS, W. G. GOOCH Is Mets-lt.- " Ji cbunh nt 7 tlmfn nil. "Cets-'t- " the other by Senator Iirock, who quick. Fully equipped, bhot-- ilmrh-eri- i, thr only niifo wny In tin world to J. C. EUBANKS, JOHN B. TOSTER, R. C. Union prayer meetings are now consented to the recommitting of his etc. Good running condition. treat a cirn or mlliis. It's the sure . way the wny thnt tinver falls. It being held and the move to conserve measure. The terms of Senators are Can see the car any day at IIOCKER, J. W. WILLIAMS, R. II. by millions. Is trliit and true used Ky.S. E. Hubblc; WOODS A fuel is a most comnundable one. Never Irritates the Mesh or makes not disturbed by the Glenn bill. SILAGE I have for safe 12 j ton the toe sore It nlwnys works; interesting a good quality corn silage. of 2"for very Presbyterian meeting was held at Is nil ynu need pny church, Wednesday the Ixittln nttentiou. Watches, Clocks, Jewel Good bcshelteras and goodPhone, write "Oetn-U- " nt any iruK store, or eeni Will night, when Dr. II. J. Itrazelton, ofJ desired. fed ' n recelnl of prlre liy D. Lawrence Miss Lottie Carson is with Lain as- PERSONAL AND SOCIAL or call on Ilartwell Shanks, at Lin-co- in ij.C) Chicago, III. ry and Spectacles the Christian church, spoke on the County National Bank, Slan-foCircle ter friends for a few days. Feb. 2 Ileulah-Walkin Stanford and recommend- - Sunday school levn for next Sun Sold Ky. is visiting Mrs. Lizzie Pillion Repaired by will meet with Mm. J. It. Perkins at cd ns the world's best corn remedy day. The meeting next Wedneday FOR SALE One big typePoInntl friends In Uincaster for several by The Penny Drue Store. 2 o'clock. night will be held nt the Christian j ROBERT FENZEL Chinn boar, sixteen months old. Pedidnyn. ehurth. gree furnished. J. W. McGuirc, May- Lynn has been visiting DOINGS THE COUNTRY OYER Mrs. J. Mm, Woodlc Hale was over from STANFORD. KY. Rev, 'W. ,11., Smith, of Blooming p wood, Ky. Ixignn Wood in Danville Mrs. Danville last week. At ML Sterling the grand jury has ton.IInd'rna, who wrs recently call In Western Union Telegraph Office d FOR SAI.E--- A Mr nnd Mrs. M. M. Sweeney are Indicted Porter ('. Eubank for mur- nice Dr. W. J Kdmiston and Mr T N pastorate of the Christian 0I t ,th jack. Would tell for cash or trader Hutt were here from Crab Orrharil both confined to their home by ill der in the first degree, ns n result of churrh of this city, has just notified Satisfaction Guaranteed for other stock. I). M. Anderson, ness. Wednesday morning on business. the killing of Henry M IUigo. will accep' tho Church Board that Stanford, Ky. R. F. D. I. 35325 ltMFn- While running to assist in putt'tg nnd is to tnko up his work here on (r J. E. Lee, of Middlesbom. spent' Mr R. T. Iliuiv went up to Rich- Thursday morning to visit her ollt several day with his daughter, Missmond IMPORTANT Mr. Farmer, you nr(, at thP barn 0f lQe Hilber, March 1st. Rev. Smith was formerly Corn Iv, one of the popular "hello' mother. on the Cane Run road, near L..uis- pastor of the Christian church at AMAZINGLY are going to be mighty busy with t Mn.. J. It. Willis, or Crab Orchard ville, Henry Wagner, dropped dead. Harrodsburg, and wns very popular k your plowing when the. ground thaws Krli. h?nt Liincoot1forWitlonwltb BOURUON POULTRY REMEDY Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Rice went to Springs, is stopping at the Hotel up. You had better, right aviav, seis "More than 175,000 women of nnd much beloved by his congregai' ftw drop la thtJrlBkirif water E. T. Pence, Jr., or II. C. Aniicr.'oic Kenturky have enlisted for the dura- tion Iiuisille Wednesday afternoon to Gilcher Adoc:.te. l rsp nruarotiiDr &njmkr Advocate. ttkrm Uf. Cure r4 prtrvnt Thoma Coleman was Up from tion of the war," said Federal i d about the Twentieth Century Farm 'e "Mis Springtime" at Maeauley's Dr. George W. Truett, of Dallas, ! rtjp, coUJ, or to hr4 ftndtrthrr " i)n I llf AV nt JtsssT lLw. ' Louisvill" this week for examination Administrator Sackett in a speech in Horse, or you may not get your orTheatre. utvuirinr Texas, will open u ten days' series f.'oca Bttvii drurf lit or V " K n ty der in in time to get one. Investigate MisMes Ellen Ilallou, Mane Italian! by the local war board, lUBalt Louisville 1VI of meetings nt the Firt Baptist ltS. routt'y book fr oa r,npt this right away. V V Gentry went to Danville this 10-rnd Eugrnin Ownley, or Stanford.j Arch and George Stevens, sons of Church of this city, beginning March S00I30I WDI COUilaitM. I;. among Danwlle' morning to we his sister, Mr. John Mr. and Mrs. William Stevens, of the. 3. Dr. J. W. Porter said: "Dr. Tru-c- tt Saturday spent It. Stout, who is very HI. Goshen neighborhood, were buried in friends. Advocate PUBLIC is easily the most popular BapNOTICE! Mis Mary Lynn Fox, of the coun-bee- n the same grnve in the Goshen cemeOra Tumbull and wife, who have tist in Americn if not in all the All persons having claims, against visiting relative ir. the Eat ty, is preparing to make an extended tery nt Hartford. Wc will sell at public ntu at He is so ereatlv in demand the State Bank & Trust Co., of Stan- 10 A. JVI., Mr. nnd Mrs. Grovr C. Anderson. thnt his End, left (Inst of the week for their visit to Mends in Oklnhoma. are made from Ky., are hereby notified to Mrs. Hen Ed Williams returned to of thi county, have sold to Mr. 0 to thrPe home in Depew, Okla. ON SATURDAY, FEB. 9th, 19l ye8 ahtnd of tJme. The ford, Meters. J. L. Ileazley and William Nicholasille Thursday after a visit Oliver Howell, of this city, a lot on church is to bc ncartny conpatulat present their claims to the undersigned properly proven as required The home owned and occupied fy Yeager. High street, for the rexrrted price Grimes, Jr., went t Iuisville Wed- to her mother, Mrs. Suan edon receiving the services of this by law, and all persons owing said our mother, Mrs. A. H. Stigall. It i: II. D. CarU-- was up from Mitch-hom- e of $1,000. Mt, Sterling Advocate to accompany nesday afternoon preacher." L e x i n gton bank are directed to settle brilliant pike, located on at once. a half mile the LancasterOrchard,about, UniMrs Lucy Mil cllsburg Wednesday. He said that In n dormltnry roam on the the remain of from Crab and H. C. BAUGHMAN, Special Deputy is known as the Ilrown Sprimj propimprov-- versity of Georgia campus, James Ldader. .Mrs. Carter wan considerably ler Hartley. ' 1008t erty. The home is a dwelling f six Mra. Robert It. Woods, of Stun- - ed. Johnson snot and killed Belle Hill, a PATRIOTS EARLY AND BROWN Banking Commissioner. rooms, in excellent rebair and! is one The aged Mr. Imiac (S. Jones, fa- - girl of 18, nnd then killed himself. ford, will arrive tomorrow for a visit Drs. M. D. Early and E. J. Brown, and most comfortable L. tteazley & Co., of the in best East End. The outbuildtn her parcnta, Mr. and Mm. J. W. ther of Mr. Joshua It. Jones, i very The room was that occupied by three Stanford, en route to Frankfort, homes the ' stopped Monday at Hotel Hnrrod. ings are numerous and in good reWoods will Join her SnU ill at his home out on the Knoti Lick boy student. SalW. Mr. pair. There nre seven acres in the-lopike. Dr. J. W. O'Connor. 59 years old, Dr-- Early is fristor 0f the Stanford unlay. Harrodsburg Democrat, and one of tho best gardens inThomus Ead has rented the cot- - a prominent physician of Elizabeth- - Baptist 'church r.nd one of the big Mrs. Ed Wilkinson went to Cin- -, Cistern close to door. to n tage on Logan avenue owned by Miss town, and chairman of the local Ex- men of that denomination. He is at rinnsti Wednesday in answer should bc seen to be fully appreciated. Will also sell all of Iter wire stating thnt her sister. Mrs. Iena Hampton and adveitied in this emption Board for Hnrdin county. the head of the Liberty Service Household and Kitchen Furniture, died suddenly in the office of the Lwigue at Stanford, with a memberJtidd Phillips, formerly of Liberty, paper, corn, fodder and 10 or 15 shocks Rev. W. D. Wclburn rpent Wed Exemption Board. had bern badly hurt by a fall on the ship of over 100. Dr. Early was an and all. nesday and Thurrduy in Louisville on ice. German airmen carried out a sys- officer in the Confederate army and Ky of Terms will be announced on day Miss Jean Penny, of Cine i"i:iti, business and visiting his daughter, tematic raid oupn Parts, dropping is n nephew of Gen. Jubal A. Early, Phone 42, Stanford, sale. For further particulars call on or arrived this week to spen several Miss Edith Wclburn, who is at the fourteen tons of bombs on the city. one of Lee's most famous commandUndertaker Embalmer address according to Berlin's nnnouncemenU ers. He has traveled extensively in days with Miss Fan Sparkf. of ML Conservatory of Muic. MRS. A. H. STIGALL'S HEIRS. Vernon, Ky., who is spending tho Mrs. E. E. Griffith arrived from The French official reports show-- Holy Land and other places and is 41 Crab Orchard, Ky, !uisville Middlcsboro this morning to be at twenty persons killed nnd fifty a most entertaining talker and had Undertaker winter nt The Cortlnndt Embalmer Titnos. the bedside of her father. Mr. L. S, wounded. quite a. bunch of interested listen Dr. W. K. Shugars wants his Jones, who is very ill at the home of A new coal shortage ns acute as ers around him while at the hotel ' friends to know he has just comple- his son, Dr. L. J. Jones. that which brought about a Govern here. He is intensely patriotic and ted gathering his big corn crop. CaRev. Joseph Hopper, of Jackson, ment order closing industry two says that there is not a man in the sey County News. Itully for Doc. It Kreathitt county, was here this week weeks ngo was regarded as incvi nrmy now but who, in the years to strikes us, however, that ho should with bis mother, Mrs. Kittie Hopper. table by Fuel Administration officials come, will be very proud of having have gathered his corn last fall. He says thnt high wnter hns done a last night. The only hope is in a mod- served his country. He iil that a J. K. Jordan writes from Fort grent deal of damage in and around eration of the weather. Coal produc few days ago his youngest child, who Oglethorpe, Ga., to send hjs I. J. Jackson. tion In January fell off 10,000,000 is a '.grown lady now, sat down in there, that h,e will be there for the Drs. M. I). Early and E. J. lirown tons. New England industry is in his lap nnd as she kissed him remark C. McCLARY next three weeks and will then be were in Frankfort Monday. They serious peril. Mr. Garfield took steps ed, "Daddy, I'm so glad you were a Bosm Pkoae. Si transferred to the War Gas Defense started in an auto but when they got yesterday to put to the issuing of soldier." Dr. Early ranks high as a Osk Pkeme 1(7 Station at to Harrodsburg they took a train, widely differennt fuel rulings in dif- parliamentarian in church affairs, Service Experimental This splendid, soothing cream is not READ. MAN I READ I Washington City. He sends his re- finding that the better way to travel ferent States. and he had a few very telling words This is your last opportunity to alone U' delightful massage cream, gards to Stanford people generally. thesti cold times. Large sections of the East face a to say in regard to Rev. Boycc Tay purchase the reliable old remedy for The many friends of Mrs. R. G. coal famine wthin the next few days lor, the pastor of the Murray Baptist the relief of Roumatism, Indiges- but is one of the most valuable emolEvana will be glad to loam that she DEATH OF COLORED WOMAN as n result of further hampering of church, who is opposing the Red tion, Dyspepsia. Asthma, Eczema, lients you can have to relax saggy is progrtMsing nicely at Norton's InThe wife of James Rice, colored, railroad transportation by snow nnd Cross and the Army Y. M. C. A. Dr. Kidneys and Bladder, Uright's Dropsy, Neuralgia and St, Vi- skar'and wrinkles. Cocoa Batter is firmary at Louisville, Vhere. she re- died at her honie here Thursday sr.d ice storms. RepurU the Brown, who is a prominent piis!clun, tus Dunce, Our prices very sbssfbls- - sad hcsljri? ointoperation. Col. the body was taken today to Casey the Jtallroad and Fuel Administra- is also a staunch patriot and is very same ns five years ago. rcsisis the s cently underwent an ment and is splendidly adapted for Evans, who has been nt her bedside, county for burial. tions indicated that muny industries proud of having two sons in the F. O. B. Redlands One pint $1.00 the healing and prevention of chapwill return to Danville this evening. in New England, parts of Pennsylva- army. Harrodsburg Herald. One quart $2.00 Tho Oliver bill, appropriating $50,-00- 0 nia and districts along the Atlantic Mrs. Mitchell Taylor, who was taken ped lips, face and hands. This cream One-hagal $3.25 for the State Tax Commission, seaboard would be forced to stop opto the hoepital several weeks ngo, IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES One gallon will positively not grow hair. S6.00 5(ie was reported to be improving yester- passed the Housv by a vote of 65 eration for lack of fuel. No new orC. C. Withers sold to T. W. Jones Send P. O. Money Order to MAYFLOWER CO., DEPT. B for a generous jar. Sold on M.ney THE to 28. day afternoon. 'Advocatr. ders for a gcnerul industrial shut- a cow at 5c a pound. Back Guarantee. 209 CUy St., RedUnds, Cl. down urc planned by the Fuel AdIn Garrard Jerry Bland, slipped on E. A. Bethurum. Mgr. ministration,' but the preferential the ice and broke a leg and N. B. treatment of coal shipments for do- Price is nursing a broken arm as the CENT-A-WOR- D ADS (Aits hrre " with order,are 1 rent a than SSe each rath word etch luue, mestic consumption, for ships and result of a fall. no il lets luue.) essential industries will continue. Jim Park, Richmond's most fn- Notary public blanks for sale at Opposite, Court House, llecauso it is useful in so many ways, a good hot wnter bottle is a real will soon go into the mous athlete, this office. homo necessity. In serious illness your physician will advise regarding aviation service, haing successrully How'fi This? its tiso, but for the purposes listed below, or for any purpose where the MONEY TO LOAN $1,000 and application of heat is beneficial, a rubber hot water bottle will give very TAc We offer One Handled Dollars Reward passed all required examinations. up on improved farm lands in Linany tate. of Catarrh that cannot be , for J. II. Farley has pu'chabed the valuable service. coln county. 5 per cent. Rufc cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. e farm of D. R"ey or ?24,-051 1. Keep Baby's Food 28. Suiibtroko 1. Headache Hall's Catarrh Medicine hns been taken Phone No. 27 Stanford, Ky. 10-by catarrh tuffercrt for tin- past thirty-fiv- e Wnrm Mr. Riley bought the farm in Ashurst, Somerset, Ky. 2'J. Frostbite 2. Backache ., years, and hns known at the December from Iso i UiJthi rs for .. 15. Sore Muscles 3. Cramps most remedy for Catarrh Hall's ;" ,,ur. Hi. Bruises Caturrh MedhliiH thru lh Wood on $20,030. 31- - Convulsions 4. Sleeplessness 17. Enrncho u Illnjr the tho Mucous surfaces, Deputy U. S. Marxhal K. M. Young 32. Painful Eyes 18. Melancholia 5. Toothache from the lliood und healing the ".'13. Tonsilitis 19. Cold in Chest portions and Deputy Sheriff Henuuii Scovi'le 6. Cold Feet After you hav t iKi-- Hair CuUtrh 7. First Aid in Mas- 20. Keep Baby Warm 34. Apoplexy Medicine for a short time you will see n ai rested John Thomas nnd John Hus .'15. First Aid in Ap- 21. Delirium toiditis Imprnv intent In vour Renernl Kreat ton, of laurel county, upon warrants la the "Motto'' Now in Every Business pendicitis 22. Indigestion 8. Rheumatism Medihealth. Start InMns Hall's charging them with failing to re,-i30. Lumbago 23. Inflammation 9. Nose Bleed cine nt nnce nnd i:et rid of i.itarih Send 37. Mumps 21. Hiccoughs for tcsllrnnnl.ilv fiee 10. Nervousness ter, for military service We will apply it this year, especially to our credit & CO. Toledo. Ohio. K. J. CIIi:.S'K 38. Boils 25. Coughs It. Chills Sold by all Uruetflilt:. 75o. 39. Neuralgia JO. Neuritis 12. Colic business, so we kindly ask you to pay cash for seeds, Baugh-- , You can buy 27. First Aid In Shock 40. Stiff Joints 13. Sons Throat as we have to pay cash. High prices requires more Secretary Daniels announced yes- man's Whole Wheat Call your physician immediately in caso of Nos. 7, 17. 21, 215, 28, 30, or( money to handle our business terday, cftcr his appenrnnco before Wo 31, 34 and 35, using hot wnter bottle while awnitlng his arrival. Graham Flour in 6, 12,' with us in this conservation and so please us to put the House Naval Committee, that have n complete line at $1.00 to $2.00 Each. not force Department had let a contract and 24-pousacks. Call any notes and accounts in an attorney's hands for to Henry Ford for scores of n collection. Very respectfully, W. H. HIGGINS of craft de- your Grocer; he has it. j Ky. Stanford, E. It. Coleman, Prop. Telephone No. 2. veloped by the navy. H. Baughman & Co.) J. The First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. effi-de- WITH THE CliOrtdHES McthodlH Church Sofsdacs nt tho court-houSunday morning nt 10:-4Sundny School nt 6:30. Quarterly meeting Feb. 10th. RcV. W. I). Wclhurn will preach nt For 26 CenU Feel Off 25 Corni. Ncal's Creek Sundny afternoon nt nets-It,- " tlin greatest corn of any nut; muke If weather condition will perIt nuiken 2:30 nut of corn limpem you fool like (Me Htntue of Liberty, mit. iiuy a "liberty" bottle of "Ucta-lt- " The unveiling of a service fine nt the Christian church, Lancaster, Sundny morning proved a most Interesting occasion. A pleasing program was rendered. Christian Church Sunday nt 10 o'clock; Lord's Supper nnd morning sermon, 11 o'clock. Subject: "Some Cardinal Teaching, of tho Hook of Rcve'atione." Christian Endeavor nt (iJ:.10 P. M. Tho weather permitting the union service 'will be held nt 7 I'. M. Dr. Karly will preach the ser- 2Dt.it, MRS. BARTLEY DEAD Mr. L. It. Given received the sad CREAM SEPARATORS CtrntPHlOff! se 5; r) '. -,,. r- J ; ,VmJr M n '' - s More-land- first-clas- s, er nl, 0-- tf J 10-4- three-year-ol- Hens Lay - rr. ....i -- I , nf ti SALE ' r . J. t - The-plac- e 1 9-- Harmony Cocoa Butter Cold Cream J. e, iiuh-IiTIi- lf 40 Uses for a Hot Water Bottle Lincoln Pharmacy 3fect&fc. Store 227-acr- - ui-t- Pol-so- "CONSERVATION" te s The Penny Drug Store nd new-typ- C . J - .efsqyCX aUJlBfc I ore Si 1 he interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, NEW KITCHEN CARD Food Administrator Sackott Makes Provisions Known Kcntueklant Are Advised of Additional In ReRequetts of Government gard to Conservation of Food Sup- Friday, February 1 , 1918 CRAB ORCHARD The Monday closing lnw is being complied with here liy nil the business firm nml it may he nn economical plan for romc, but most of our people find it very inconvenient nt I lie start. Mr. .lames Me.ser and sister, Mis Mary Sheniiord Messer cntcrtntned nbout thirty young people .it their country home, near town Inst Thurs- day evening. All who nltended had n most pleasant time, as they nlwnys do fit thin home. The young folks have certainly enjoyed the snow nnd nnv old slide has heen used to entry hem along. News has Just renched here of the mnrrincre of Mrs. Grace McCIurc Holman to Mr. Guv Dayton, of Wy. Mr. Davton is a civil service mnn and will probably he called to France soon. Some little fellow Ins heen mimn a raincoat since the Christmas tree which was held in Christian church here and he can have his coat lv coll-i- n Lnr-nmi- e, TELLS OF RED HI CROSS SERVICE HOME BREAK BREAD TOGETHER Secretary linker nnd Chalrmnn Chamberlain, of the Senntc Military Committee, chief factors In tho con troversy over nrmy efficiency, lunched together nt the Capitol nnd the event was regarded ns a sign of efforts to secure a better understanding; nmt friendly composing of Civilian Relief Director Begins Series Articles Explaining Importance of Assistance to Enlisted Men's Relatives of on Mrs. Claudia B C. hook was Holman. An A. also left with no card m 14 & or name. Mr. .1. P. Hnwnrd and wife wont to Stanford Sunday to visit relatives. We were certainly misinformed question ns Dr. about the small-poEdmiton stntes to us only Mrs. Hays and the barber have it. The little girl of Mr. Hays was never sick nor the barber's wife. So we nre Kl.id to state only two cases of the disonse in town nnd we sincerely hope there will he no mure. We am sorry the mistake was made hut it was the general report in town. Such n slippery time has rarelv been 5ecn here as was the first of the week after a rain fell on now. No one hns been hurt by falls but some narrow escapes. Mm. Jlnry Morgan, who believes Jn living her religion, has been busv this cold spell in carrying cheer and comfort to many hungry and almost destitute babies, children nnd older folks who so sadly needed lieln. Mrs Morrvn went through the cold and r, snow mlieiting aid and carried clothes and food to the sufferers fl"d while she woulfl probably not nllnw us to tell this, we are goin to let it be known and we also wish to tnte this is not tho first' winter she has done this kind of work in Crab Orchirl. Mr. Proctor remains quite sick at his home hers. Mr. John Wilson, of Bee Lick, finished moving into the Davis home this week. Mr. S. L. Cummins was called to Rockcastle by the serious illness of his mother. fjfluis Hunt is still quite sick. King is isitine Miss Marietta Mrs. Daisy Hunt. Mrs. L. L. Sanders entertained school, 3Jrs. R. L. Thompson's class the "Lydia's DaUKhters" Tuesday. A most delightful silad course was served and everyone present had a most enjoyable evening. Miss Pearl Bohannon went to Bradfordsville Sunday to visit her parents nnd Mrs. Caltha New land is filling her place in J. Thomas Cherry's store. Mr. James Edmiston returned from Campbellsville Wednesday after a visit to Dr. Burin's family. x hed-dint- KntTOtl'a NOTK Thin In tlir (lrt of a rrle of nve articles prrpireil by Jninra U Klestr, director of cltlllan rrllrf for the Aimrtc-aIlr.l Cross In Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky. The subjects of tlie other "What four nrthles In the aeries are Home Service In. "Financial ited Crii AM In Home Service" "What Una Heen Home Service Workers," ami TauKht and Training .10,000 Homo "Ortranlilnic fcervlce Committeemen " By J met L. Fleier, Director, Civilian Relief, Uke Division, American Red Cross. Two new words Home Service nre taking Important places in the vocabulary and activity of Uie 356 American Red Cross chapters In Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky. At war's outbreak ten months ago to the few chapters then organized Red Cross work and popular knowledge of It centered only around preparation of hopltal supplies, equipment of base hospitals and suppbing their personnel, and provisions of relief in times of disaster. Then came the unfolding of a mul- titude of other chapter obligations solicitation of war funds, driving for inci cased membership, organization of school auxiliaries, turning out huge quotas of knitted articles, surgical dressings and Christmas packets. Among these obligations model of 1917 was tlie organization of Home Service committees better known In some communities ns civilian relief committees. Frequently tlie activities of the Home Service committees were belittled by other chapter committees. Tills because Importance of Home Service had not been clearl Now, through the efforts of defined the IJurenu of Civilian Relief of the DIvMon, headquarters at Cleveland, chapters have come to it clear understanding of the vitnluess of Red Cross Home Service tn relation to war and complete vlcttry. Hut to the general public, notnblr In the rural communities. Home Service Is little better understood than It was by the chapters a matter of five months back So, what Is Red Cross Home Sen Ice and why? Home Service must be the nation's assurance that the enlisted and conscripted man's family shall not suffer for want of any essential thing within the power of the nation to give. The Public's Conception. "Yes," says Mr. Average C'tlzen. "but Isn't the government providing war rlk Insurance, and will It not prowhere vide separation allowance necessarj ? Isn't It a fact that but few men with dependents liae been called to arms?" Mr. Average Citizen Is correct. bu he Is thinking only In terms of money relief. And It Is to convince him that administration of money relief is only one of many features of Home Service that this series of nrtlcles on the rudiments of Home Service hae been BREAKS A COLD IN JUST A FEW HOURS Endi Compound" Cold "Pape's Grippe Misery Don't Stay Stuff ed-u- n.. w You can end grippe and break up u severe cold either in head, chest, body or limbs, by taking a dose of "Pape's Cold Compound" every two hours until three doses are taken. nos It promptly opens clogged-utrils and air passages in the head, btops nasty discharge or nose running, relieves sick headache, dullness, foverishness, sore throat, sneezing, soreness and stiffness. Don't stay stuffed up! Quit blowing and snuffling! Ease your throbbing head nothing else in the world gives such prompt relief as "Pape's Cold Compound," which costs only n few cents at any drug store. It acts without assistance, taste nice, and causes no inconvenience. Besurc you get the genuine. It p prepared. Scan this brief summary of the opportunities confronting Home Service committees In your county and you will agree that the opportunities have become the duty and privilege of an upstanding, patriotic, American citizenship. 1. Conservation by service of human resources wherever deterioration Is threatened In a soldier's or a sailor's home. 2. Temporary relief of families In which there haR been a delay In payments, or In which there is an emer- The Federal Trade Commission's inquiry into the meal packing business came to a temporary halt with ply of the Nation. nn nnnoounccment by Francis J. Honey, special counsel, the disclosLouisville, Ky., Jan 28. Following ures through examination of the pertho Issuance of a proclamation by sonal files of Henry Veciler, counsel President Wilson .railing for additional for the packers, made it necessary for food economies, Federal Food Adminishim to go to Chicago immediately. trator Fred II. Sackett today mado known to tho people of Kentucky tho City II. llriggs, a promient content of tho Kitchen Card This attorney, fell on the icy card, which supersedes tho Kitchen in his city r.nd broke n leg. Card distributed during I'lcdgo Card Campaign Week, October 2Sth to November 4th, calls upon all tho peo-pl- PROFESSIONAL AND of America to observe two wheat-les- s BUSINESS CARDS das weekly, one meatless day and olio porklcss day, as well as a wheatless and mu.itlcss meal every Surveying and Leveling day. Heretofore, only one wheatless Be suro your title is good. Let me and one meatless djy havu been con- lurvey your land purchase for you, tnd mnke certain. Will go nnyvvhore sidered necessary Tho new regulations are addressed particularly to the women who signed M. C. Newland, Stanford the pledge cards, since they promised to "follow tho directions and ndvlco CAPT. AM BOURNE of the Food Administration" In so far UCTIONEER, LANCASTER, KY. as their circumstances permit. Tho women are expected, however, to In- The high dollar at uur sale all the time nnd at lowest price; sales duce the members of their families to cried anywhere. follow thee directions also, and tho proclamation of the President makes Phone 3G4A Lancatter at my cxpenx It plain that the imputation of America must respond unanimously and with J. M. REYNOLDS a Jo) fill heart If tho war Is to bu won. WAYNESRURC. UNDERTAKER. No Hardships Imposed. We enrrv n large and complete stock of Caskets, Robes etc nt nil times, Although the new restrictions call ; "hone: Farmers' line No. . for the abridgment of -Woodstock line No. habits, the new Kitchen Card dooa not impose any hardships. As vet. the CONTRACTING American people Mill are not required to make .in aarrtflien tn the matter See B. L. FACALY for Contracting I of food to win the war The moat any tnd Building of any sort Houses, hcnu'l:y htc. Stanford. ponton I asked to do is to sutler some uarns. slight Inconvenience Tho new Kitchen Card, which the Dr. J. G. Carpenter President aporovos and hands to the Stanford, Kentucky nation as a book of rules foe winning OfTico in Lincoln County National the war. is as follows Hank Building. Food Administration asks "Tho Diseases of the eye, nose, throat help with ear, Gcnito-Urinarevery lojal American to Pelvic, Kcctal the war by maintaining rigidly as a ind Skin. Eyes Scientificly tested nnd glassminimum of saving tho following pro es Mil fully orescribed. gram CONSULTATION and SURGERY "Have two wheatless days (.Monday In every week and and Wednesday) 25 lights, $175.00; 35 lights $250.00 one wheatless meal In every day. CO lights. $300 00 "Explanation: On wheatless days GRAY ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANTS and la wheatless meals of other days 60 Lighti GO uso no crackers, paltry, macaroni, We guarantee them, so you nre probreakfast food or other ccroal food tected against any suspicion of their containing wheat and use no wheat weakness. Strongest and abtolutely Hour lu any form cxApt tho small best, and within reach of all farmers W. K. WARNER amount that may bo needed for thickening soups or gravies or for a binder Phone 188 Stanford. Ky In corn bread and other cereal breads. As to bread, If you bake It at home, uso VACCINATE ether cereals than wheat, and If you buy It, buy only war bread Our ob- I am prepared to vaccinate for Anject Is that we should buy and conthrax, Black Leg, and all othJr tock diseases. sume one third less wheat products JOHN COOK. Veteriaaritn. tluu we did last jear. Phone 204. Stanfoid. Ky Meatless Meal Every Day. o l LOOK These over. After you read them you will say, Barf aim I WE KNOW that they are not only Bargains but each one Is a rare opportunity to make money. Opportunity does not knock nt your door every day. To know when to take advantage of an opportunity and ACT spells SUCCESS. Land Is the safest investment in the world and Is just at sure to gp higher as you exist today. How can land stay at from $100 to $200 per acre when lots of acres yield several the longer you wait to malt an Invest ment? There Is no stock, bonds or anything else that will brat Investing In land and surely nothing safer. READ and ACT. Delays are dangerous. These bargains cannot stay on the market long at these prices. And thelnnger you wait to make an Investment the mnre you will have tn pay. Get In on the ground floor before it it rvrrtastingty too late. Those who tell you to wall and land will be cheaper are stilt living in the "Summer of 'CI" and rrr simply not potted on the affairs of the present day. No 270 Kight nrres of land all In grass except garden. Four room i(tnjM G"ou small bam mid nil other nccesenry outbuildings. Cistern nt door and splendid well. Good orchard buildings in good repair ns well as fcnutig Close to schools and ehurches and in the suburbs of goed town Price only Jl.HOO. Will a trade for n larger place nnd nv the difference. No. 271 About 190 acres of land .situated in the western part of the countv. Knoli land A small part cleared and b ibnii? it. timber Some Kkh1 timber on the place ami bits of Kooit tolmrro land when cleared. Al-- o well watered. Prlre only $10 per acre and term 1 2 down and in nn and two year. It will imy you to investivtli this one, lmy it and go to sleep a while and it is wire tn make you money. No 272 -- Small farm of 30 acnw, small house, etc. Part cleared ami In cultivation nnd Imlnnce in timber. Clone to school and church nnd in good neighborhood. All lays well. Price only $W0 'I h' i th opportunity for tlie smsll nnvt-Kto- r to get a good heme. No 273 A goo little farm of 18 acres J'tvc room house, small iMsrn etc. Well wntered, in good ncitthbor-hooclose to scIumi) nnd church and price only $1,200. Terms down and balance in 1 ami 2 oar. No 274 A nent little home In Stanford Small cottage of four rooms, two Mirrhc, etc Small barn, coal hou". etc. All in good repair. Price only $1,200. Terms down nnd balance in one and two years. No. 27S Nice farm of fine blue grass land of 103 aires situnted about five miles from Stanford on tin- - best pike in the county A splendid dwelling, lnrge barn, etc Well wntered nnd fenced and splendid dirt. Price $150 per ncre and terms right. No. 27ft Nice cottage of five rooms, halls and porches. Small barn nnd all other ncccssdry outbuildings. The place has three ncres of land. On a good street in Stanford, concrete walks nnd price $2 250 and terms tvasv A good home for somebody at the right figure. No. 277 A nice three story brick hotel of J8 rooms and each room is an outside room. Heated by steam, water works in house and electric lights in each room Also a barber shop in building nnd two storerooms. Large livery bnrn of 30 stalls Also nice garage with concrete Moor. This propertv is located right in the heart of a good town and is a corner lot about 190x190 mid there is still room on this lot facing street fur lino th or small building. Will sell this property nt the right figure and give easy terms or will trade for u farm and pay the difference. The whole property rents for $1,500 per year. No. 27. I.'! Hires of land of which 75 acres are bottom Innd, 50 y ncres timber. An eight room residence, large bnrn, etc. Nice orchard Well fenced nnd watered. Price $32.50 por acre. Terms down and balance in 1,2 and 3 years. No. 2,9 150 ncres of good tobne-t'- o and hemp land close to Stanford on n good pike. Residence of seven rooms, two tenant houses, two largo tobacco barns, etc. Well wntered and fenced and splendid land. Price $110 per acre. Terms down nnd balance in one and two years. No. 28- 0farm mostly in grass one mile from Stanford on good pike. Two-storsix room residence, hulls, porches, etc. Splendid barn and many outbuildings. Good orchard nnd fine water. A splendid home lor tome one. Price $15(1 per ncre. Terms 2 down and balance to suit. No. 281 A splendid farm of 158 ncres on good pike. Has 00 acres of first class bottom land. Located on good pike nnd close to good town. Largu eight room residence, large barns, etc. Well wntered nnd fenced. Price $115 per acre and terms right. We have the best list of farms for sale in Central Kentucky and we know that our prices cannot be beat. If you want to buy or sell consult con-eider 1ml-nnd, 2 2 -two-ator1two-story 190-ncr- e y two-stor- y ISSUE IS OVERSUBSCRIBED The issue of $400,000,000 of of indebtedness which closed lust night whs heaily oversubscribed, the Treasury Department announced. The allotments will be made as soon as nil subscriptions are reported. The certificates are payable April 22. A TEXAS WONDER The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, dissolves grav-tl- , cures diabetes, weak and lame barks, rheumatism, and all irregular-Itie- s of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women, llcgulutcs bladder troubles In children. If not bold by your druggist, will bo sent by mail on receipt of 51.00. One bottle treatment, nnd selIs. two months' dom fails to perfect a cure. Send for sworn testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2920 Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. "Have one meatless day (Tuesday) every week and ono meatless meal every day. Have two porkless days (Tuesday and Saturday) In every w eek," "Explanation Meatless means without any cattle, hog or sheep products. On the other days use mutton and lamb In preference to beef or pork. Porkless means without pork, bacon, ham. lard or pork products froJh or preserved Uso fish, poultry and eggs. As a nation we eat and waste nearly gency. twice as much meat as we need." "Make every day a fat saving day 3. Responsibility for regular and continued assistance In cases not (butter, lard, substitutes, otc.)" "Explanation Fry less less; bake, covered by government allowance broil, boll or tew food instead, Savo this Includes families In need and In tho united States of men who jiuMt drli'pin."". use them and vege are in the servlco of our nllles. table oils ftr (ooklng Instead of but 4. Personal service to the returned ter Butter has food values vital to soldier or sailor, especially when he children, therefore, glvo It to thorn. Is disabled. Uso It only on the table, Wasto no service which soap. It Is made from fat. Ho careful 5. An Information will savo time, troublcand anxiety for of all fats. Wo Use and waHto two and lonely relatives of enlisted men. a half times as much fat us wo need." 6. Advancement of homo standards "Mako every day a sugar saving but especially day." wherever possible, , when the lack of help Is likely tc "Explanation Use less sugar; loss disintegration. cause family sweet drinks nnd .candy containing Sustains Soldiers' Morale. sugar should be used In war Unit. As "Men may be the best soldiers In a nation wo have used twice as much the world (I quote you from tho bugar as w e need " Manual of Home Service Issued by "Use fliiits, vegetables and potatoes American Red Cross headquarters, abundantly " Washington), but if things are not "Kxplanatlon These foods are well with their families at homo, they healthful and plentiful and at the name efficiency through worry, and tho time partly take tho plaiu of other lose moralo of the army that all Im- foods which wu must save. Raise all portant factor begins to fall.-)ou can for homo uso." "So It is the patriotic duty as well "Uso milk wisely." as the humanitarian opportunity of "Explanation. Uso all of the milk; Home Service workors of the Ameri- waste no part of It. The children must can Red Cross to care for lonely fam- uso wholo milk. Uso sour and skim ilies of our flghtlr.g men. It Is to be milk In cooking and for lottuge remembered ihat they Hoon will be cheoso." fighting men' In real earnest. Not "Hoarding food. Any one buying only our enemies, but our allies, and holding a largur supply of food people as well, will bo and the American now than In peace time, except food watching them. In the dried "Every report from the training canned, Is helpingor topreserved defeat the Food camps and from the) French front borne. In Us attempt to sementions the excellent spirit of our Administration esWill they maintain this cure a Just division of food and the troops. of fair food morale while thousands of miles from tablishment working prices. The comIs against tho home, through trench life and battle, hoarder mon good and even ugalnM tho very to the victorious end? "THE ANSWER WILL BE DE- safety of tho country. Hoarding foods BY THE In households Is both scltlsh and TERMINED LAROELY Too Government Is proHOME SERVICE OP THE AUHRI-CtlBupply of Its people.' tecting RED CROJM." In In res-Idethe-foo- Auto Bus Between Danville and Stanford Daily Except Sunday Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at 9:00 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. Bundles and Packages Carried at Low Charges O. L-- MINKS. Prnorietor i T. W. PENNINGTON, DENTIST Myers House Flats Stanford. Ky, Phone: Office 240 lot. 165 J. B. PERKINS Rooms 28-2- Phone 214 DENTIST Lincoln Bank Building STANFORD. KY. South End Farmers can have all ailments of their horses, cattle and other live stock promptly and expertly attended by DR. H. A. PICKETT King's Mountain, Ky. Veterinarian, AUCTIONEERING ( can got you highest prices for your land, stock, crops or household goods. Sales Cried Anywhe- -t JOHN B. DINWIDDIE. Mor.land. Crescent Jplg&v. us. The ubovo is a list of juft a few of the many places wu have for uale. Aberdeen-Angu- s y Cattle Hogs Southdown Sheep, Duroc-JerseThe best bloodlines is represented in each of these famous breeds. High-clas- s individuals for sale at all times. R. F. D. No. S E. V. CARSON Stanford, Kentucky Hughes & McCarty Office Phone ISO Residence Phones 152 and 184 STANFORD, KENTUCKY. llpa .X .&. .JL-- - - -- JaJ , ,! The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, February I , 1918 HUMAN Pape Seven VULTURES Three Generations Testify to the Efficacy of DR. CALDWELL'S A CHINA WEDDING On Wednesday evening, Jnnuary the 23rd, Mr. nnd Mrs. Snmuel W. Syrup Pepsin The Perfect Liixuitivc the family health. A combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin, free from opiatesaiul narcotic drugs, and pleasant to the taste, if acts easily and naturally,restoriiir normal regularity. First prescribed by Dr. Caldwell more than twenty-fiv- e years ago, it is today the indispensable family remedy in countless homes throughout the United States. Sold in A trial ImMiIc ill maintaining Drur Stores can Ins 50 its. and '$1.00 obtained, 157 Dr. W. H. Cldwell, flee if charge, Iiy writing t" WjMitnat.ni St, Monticxdl.., Illinois month or for nil time provide.! he enn make arrangements to gel oil" from hit present pastorate lit Lebanon The present ideely weather makes It almost impossible to get corn and fodder out of the field. Muili stock 1m nhnut to starve on this account. Mr. J. II. Allen, of Ilrcckcnridgo county, has moved Into the old Mob- erly property mi Kvnns hill Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Chase, of trolley ride to hi residence Write Lexington, were at Dr. It. S. Chase's to Frank. A letter linn been received from Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Tribble, Mr. Mr Winlield Scott Kelley of Co. I.. U. S I I'.Uh Inf, at Hntticfthurg. and Mrs. Ira Taylor and Miss Annie Harry Fowler has . Tribble have occupied the W. K. Minn., who xays . . Gruhbs property purchased by them, lieen trjturcrrcil to in Il.s ulld that lie is having plonsnnt and during this weather have jour. neyed from the house to the office, weather down 11 ere. Write to lit) yards distance, to their meals Mis Ad.) Steele, uho Mr X I.. throughout this snowy zero weather. , Mrs. Jennie C Gruhbs is attendCollins, of th Conservatory of says is Joins Kood work, c.ime ing the Farmeis Week meeting at home to nee her nephew, little Pen- Lexington. Forty-ninyears ago, Jan. 119th, n nington Steele I'owoll, who with his mother from Danville, are upending wenk bit of a baby, which could have this week with Gmndmii and ( rwti!-p- , been put into n half gallon colTco pot, was born. He came near dying J K. Steele. Mr W M. Ilaucom has been in in infancy and was nearly killed on Washington City this wuek as a rep- two occasion by a horse, before years old. He also almost slidded resentative of the railroad clerks. Mr. A. C. James, of the Moore dis- from the roof of a three story "lill trict, hns entered his daughter. MiM on n day after a rain, but he won Orn James and sons, Andrew and out in everything and is still spry Gnodknight in the Junction City i cnougn ol tail like a cat tins s:ick weather in going to nnd from his school. t Miss Molllc Nohlc fell as she went life's work, anil can out run hill Monday and any one of his age. He has su" red up the school-housmuch from over work and worrv but dislornted her elbow. Miss Lucy Reynolds fell at mIkhiI has never been r Unwed to do either Tuesday afternoon and hurt her el- during his seventeen years of mar-nei- l felicity by his most excellent bow, causing her to faint Miss Miiuil, one of West Ken- and faithful companion, who has al ... .1.. i... I tucky's experienced teachers ts sup uiin mi. nt nil lini... trin.i bit in life Rjcm who he if plying the pltvce of her niece. Miss Imogcne llnss, while she is re. over Ing from her past live months work llnydon Y. Grublw. Horace M stott, (Mbert Maine. Air.th.i P n , Mr Charles Roeel and others are l,.t.l up with severe colds. IhtIi r pneumonia. i Mr. and Mrs. Chas. him- '' f linmshurgi were last week i Mr. and Mm. Edd Wilbnm .v I 1r and Mrs. 0. A. Dunn They Ivvo just returned from a isit to the r ' .A son, Chas, Jr., who is at the N'av.il Pcruna eases Training Station on the Great I.akci the btinlen of the rEW CENTS DESTROYS above Chirngo. housekeeper by kecp-In- it YOUR DANDRUFF AND danger Mr. John I.ewis, of .Stanford, died away the of illness resulting n few days ago and his daughter, STOPS FALLING HAIR from colds, coutihs, Miss Vada Lewis, of Lexington, stop, and indigestion due pei! over here on her return home Save Your flair! Make It Thick, to catanlial condiWavy And Beautiful tion. It speedily refrom his funeral. lieves and overcomes Try ThU! Messrs. F. T. Hurke and L T Kan-ki- n these. cot cam of coal last wool- - Injt. Its tonic properties build up they were quickly taken and more is Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy the strength of the physically needed. hair s mute evidence of a neglected weak nnd run down, nnd its use in (tiovulwrnw. iinvlsllir (lcr jjtlp. Horn last week to Mr and Mrs. scalp; of dan.lurlT that awful scurf. It mii.iki.bly Irottlrlul. James Cloyd, near Harrodshurg, n There is nothing so destructive to KEEP IT ON HAND fine boy buhy, nnmrd Robert Samuel the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair Thelw iKiusckffprr hiwi on lisnd for lntaDIUMcrnllriiurthal! Cloyd. of its Itittri', its strength and its very IroiiNrs dii no. cull fur lis rnliiUr Umo A Jom or Iwo in mlnWruiUra. Mrs. I). II. Fo wont to Dnnvdlo life; eventually producing: a fevorish- prrvrntt nlonj illnrii. ollen Sunday to see her newest grandchild, nesis nnd itching of the scalp, which Ll'iuMor ijtli-- l (orm, re a ipItnJW Manatln Tublrt little John Henry Powell at Mr an I . i' not lemedied cmii.es the hair roots ' ImuIiv e l' t"' Mrs. John II. I'owell's on Cror'"it J AKlliedrtlst to shrink, loiwen nnd die then the TIIC PEKUNA COMPANY Heights. hair falls out fnsCA little Dnndurine Colutnbu:, umo The Modern Woodman lime hi tj tonight now nny time will sure- ... igranted to Mr. Matlie K Kell.v the I W Timoii.y, of the 'J IMit.ir St.000 life inmiranrc .Mr. W. T Kel- ILirrodhburg Pi Get n mimII liottlti of Knowlton's i'.i ' from in r it, ley carried with them. Drti.leriim fmni any drug stor or Washington t it. .t .. .1 !i .1 i'i Mr. ami Mr. W. M. Trouper pent toilet counter, and after the Ant t oh ti k lit 'i.i iii nliiih hut wuek in Lexington with Mr. it ml it no m'i will Ink on that your i .' iui liven He turiii il ilui p. life, lustrtt andhair Mrs. K. II. Sweeney. luxuriance which is while in tin i.int.il i itv nitun The ollleer of the t'hri tian rhtir.-lsi beautiful. It will become wavy M have tailed K i' .i. 1. .i, .i High la.s oh printitiji at the In- - j and fluffy and have the appearance ! t ii.. two S'hi.I.p fn eni h Jon hI orneof ubuiHlancK, an incomparable gloss JIJ'JU..' J ; !L' f" ml softness; but what will pleas you most will b after just a few weeks' use, when you will actuallv ee a lot of Amm, downy hair- - w lutir Krowinv all over the acalu It Cn...,. Til... II..C1I.!.. i tin lire. I blood, the ilLseHio Mug eautcNl by an I.. uvvtiin i.ini." I'll' rmm Thero is a hnrrtiKsiutf discomfort initHtioii which br.aks out th.nujin Piirittf the past September nnd Octhe akin. That in why tin- nui it sati caui.e.1 by l.rii'inu that almost b tober, Jo. !:. Wrigkt. Junction City, comes a torture. The i telling; U tie.itinent ft.r .ill s had a tine string of javk and unbearable, and tho skin deems kin iliM'i. es in S. S. ,1.., fti this remon firci with thi burning irritation. edy so tlmrounhly ilemi .s the Lloml on exiiibltkn nt tfw MwicHan A euro from local applications of that no impurities can remain. Gut u JHckaon and Shrtwwaert fnlrs, winKnives nnd ointmunU is impossible, bottle, lit nny tliugstoie, and ning pmoticnlly. ovurythiiig in tills becatiHo such troa I rno.it can only al- you wilt sf'e rciulU from thu right class. lay tho pain Uniiwrnrily. Tho ilUeuso treatment, Writo for oxport insillpil can only bo reached by going deep ndvlcu, which you enn net without Iclown to its source. cost, by ndilrossing MedlenI Director, Let tho I. J. supply you with enTho suurco ui Lczcmu is in tho L'l Swift Laboratory, Atlanta. Gu, graved cards. 1 . Divi-nloer J JUNCTION CITY We have Just received u long letter from Seaman Frank 1'. McGniw, of Commonwonlth I'icr, Guard Relief F. Ronton, Mass. He in nnsioun fur his clnssmntc, Tom Itlnck-ertto join the nnvy too. Ho expect to cull upon n Junction City honor graduate, I'rof Leslie Purdom, of Harvard College, us It in only a short ....... r.ngl-nvcrWini-fieldMu-Jc- i e cv-e- e r If'iHUMI miMJiii their twentieth Hurke celebrated wedding nnmvcrsnry with an evening reception nt their home in Junction City. The guests were received by the bride nnd groom of twenty years, in thnt hospitable wny, which in Itself wns nn nssurnnce in advance of n generously good time. It is tin? memory of other dnys that attract to the magnet of the past, and the hours of the occasion were so closely linked with the delightful interesting hours of twenty years igo thnt nny mention of the event Is incomplete without reference to it Various games, new nnd old were introduced which were much cn'oy eel. "Whirl the plate" nnd finding the ring, brought nn hour of great pi "Wig-wng- " informnlly, but ven forcibly introduced by Dr. II. S Chase, caused much Inughter. Per hnps no feature of the evening resulted in ns much wonder nnd pleasant comment ns the "Motil.Pn" Contest" in which the guests were requested to mould into perfect shape and symmetry if possible with softenetl paraffin, nme nnimal. Quite as much energy was executed in the experiment as could be imagined Hut nftcr arduous effort the prize, n beautiful china plate, was awarded by the judges, Mr. I. C. Hrown, Mr. K. It. Gnlbrcath, to Mrs, f ill whose model of a white pigeon, was almost perfect. Mr. Kriener whose model of a dog, was hardly recognizable, was awarded the booby prize, a bar of Lenox soup, regulation size. The musical program wns especially appreciated. The old time songs, nnd different solos brought much npplause. Scores of beautiful pieces of china were received, one of the prettiest, a dozen white nnd gold plates from the Kmbroldery Club, of a member, with which Mrs. Hurke the enrd bearing names of the Indies giving the plntos. Mrs. Hurke wns assisted by Mrs. Louis Kriener, Mrs. M. C. Helm and Mrs. .lease Carpenter in extending hospitalities. Delightful refreshments were served nf-twhich n social hour tilled with reminiscence of the pnst followed. The mintls nnd hearts seemed to go back even farther than twenty years nnd n very large number of guest entered with much enthusiasm into This howploying ever ended, ns nil things must, nnd at a late hour the guest with much regret hade a very kind good night to the host and hostess for it was indeed an occasion when every body had a good time and congratulations and best wishes were in the hearts of nil for the bride nnd groom whose 20th anniversary will be kept in the memory of all present. Those present were: Mr. nnd Mrs. F. T. Hurke, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kriener, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Rosel. Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. A. Dunn, Mrs. W. M. Trosper, Mrs. J. r Ilailcv. Dr. nml Mrs. II S. Chase, Mrs. A. H. C. Dinwiddie, Mrs. Jesse Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. h. R. Calbreath, Mr. and Mrs. C. U. Harbi-- I yen. Mr and Mrs. L. T. Rnnkin. Mrs. T L Clem, Mrs. Hill Jennings. Mr. Mrs. Karl Lester, Mr. 0. D. Prof. E. L. Crubbs. Mrs. K. Fwinr Mrs. Miltie Alstott. Mrs. Sal le Wright, Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. Unt-ro- n Out-o- f town guests were: Mr. mid Mrs. George Hurke, Mr. and Mrs. C Helm, Mr. nnd Mrs. I. C. M Hrown. of Danville, nnd Mrs. John C. A Guest S mpson, of Cincinnati. Jen-rung- s, n-- .d i: S. rRF.ACHERSVILLE Mr. II. 0. Cummins hns been on the sick list. AGE There will be services at the Rnp-tlchurch Saturday and Sundny. Mrs. J F I'nvne nnd ch'ldren w'll Need Help (o Past the Crisis Safe move to their nronerty in Rowlnnd. ly Proof that Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's School rloscd nt this place FrMnv. Vegetable Compound The snw teri Ifs not been dee'ded on yet. Can be Relied Upon. Mr Wm TMehircNon nnd family .vt!" Mr. Fndo Parks tT.t.a Til ."riiirtnr'l.--- -. -- r I ir have in addition to its innoylng symptoms, t nnd wife. rr nnu an muck or Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Rill, of near ITrlppo which lasted were v'slting Mr. Newton nil winter nnd left Danville, mo in a weakened Rill. condition. J felt at The Infnnt daughter of Mr. nnd times thnt I would Mm TVlo hns been quite ill never be well ngiln. of croup, but is belter. I ren I ol i,y.ta E. i jrr i- - ii r. n. i im iti-- i.i Ih tools lie oncinc 10 The hlnrl-'t'. Vi f win bin Compound the late J. F. Payne, were sold Sat- V SS4 t'vfcfffj nn.lwh.it It did for ur.lav. The entire outfit wns purchas- ,V,nr.8intr .! bv Mr J II. Hutchins. t ' of Life, ro I told my Mr WUi-Rich.ar.lson nnd fnm- XV doctor I would try ily, of Ind'nnn. were cnllcd here Iiy it. IfoonbeKanto u0 iinp.. nf Mrs. J. F. Miller, who M." thn"arrn1Jy.nij ''i0'1 T,",,,lnv niKhU WTOnniWIillHrt symptomH ills- Mr. nnd Mrs. Matthew Rigsby, of npnenred nnd your VcReUblo Compound Shelby City, were called to be with WOMEN OF MIDDLE st i hn -" 8(r. V The unfair profit In foodstuffs is cxcmplficd In recent figures which were brought out In the of Swift & Co., meat packers. Edward S. Swift, vice president of the concern, said the reason of their enormous profit last year, over that of the preceding year, which wns against $20,000,000, $42,000,000 was 'due to the fnrt of the prevailing high prices. Exnctly, and who was it thnt caused the high prkes? Certainly not the consumers, for they have long been complaining; nor was it the farmer, for Swift says there are more cattle loft on the farms this year than in recent year.. The high price of meat his been forced up by the packers in their unjust methods of profltccritiK in this commodity. The high price of shoes has been Inid to the scarcity of leather. Yet there are more hides being held by tho pnekers than ever before in the JWr."1! f m BsSffimm recommend Lydia K. Pinkham's Vege- - 1u'c iU nt his home here. Each Saturday morning the whistle table Compound too highly to women passinp; throuch tlio Change of Life." of Mr August Bnrtcls steam engine ' ' quite musical, since corn i sounds Hrimnn. III. bread must be the staff of life. Women who suffer from nervousness, Newton Gill, who has been quite "heat flashes," backache, headaches and "the blues" should try this famous sick, rcmnins in a very critical con 's and herb remedy, Lydin E. root dition. Vegetable Compound. Mrs. Rebckah Pettus is quite sick 35,000,000 IDLE HORSFS at her home near here. Mr J T. Rigsby while feeding the If there were .15,000,000 horses .n the United States at this ime, un- other morning slipped on the ice nnd broken and idle, they won'.! be .n.ic'e fell, his hend striking n rock, cutting lindlewicc in 'hi rt order and p it to n very bad gash, which required work to mil production. several stitches. Pink-ham- history of the country, for the obvious reason thcie has been more cattle slaughtered the part year than in any other previous year. Hut thu packers held the hide until it sold for more than did the beef from which it wns taken. The high cost of most every other food nrticle can be traced to some sort of human vulture, who is feastearnings of ing off the the people. hard-earned j er President Wi'on has submitted a report to Cdnj-resinc.l by the heads of the departments of Agriculture, War and the Inter.or.le- signed ns the basis of legislation to harness 35.000,000 horsepower which now is runninr down hill seaward in American sti is, and which could be used for the aid of our prose, i tioii of war, at a saving of coal which can be imagined more ensily, by the average man, than cstimntcd. The relief to overtaxed transportation facilities would be great. There would be less fuel hauling to do. The difficulty about utilizing our water power has been that those interested in the subject Irnve been divided into two camps, the one containing nlarmists who view every plan for its utilization as a plot on sharks, and the part of water-powe- r the other containing those who nrc ready or willing or selfishly interested in getting the water-powe- r to work without any regard to the protection of the people in their possession of a great natural resource. There is at present an efTort on the part of the heads of the Government to get the harness on the 35,000.000 horses without handling the halter reins to horse thieves. If this cannot be done, the competency of the heads of th Government bureaus is nil. It is unreasonable to assume thnt it ennnot be done, and wartime is the time to do it. Bickering about the terms has draggeil over many years. .Now we need our horses. Let us see nt this session of Congress the enactment of a bill w'rich will provide for the utilizalion of our enormous power as soon as it can be t.ut to use. Courier-Journa- l. s, water-- A large part of Germany apparently is in the throes of n great labor uphenvnl, due to dissatisfaction by the working classes over progress of the peace negotiations and over internal political conditions generally. Throughout the country thousands! upon thouMin.ls of the working classes, both men and women, have struck, nnd many of the great manufactories and industries are affected. In Her-li- n alone nearly half a million persons are reported on strike, and hourly those who have quit work are receiving Advices by way of Switzerland, are to the ctTect thnt the Socialists have delivered au ultimatum to the Government, demanding the conclusion of a general pence without indemnities or annex- i ation. WE iap ijm 3HF All Baking Cares CALUMET Shoulders B V W K V X V 19 ijfi Creation of a Ship Control Committee, with hupreme authority over American ports, was announced by the Shipping Board. On the committee are P. A. S. Franklin, of the International Mercantile Marine, chairman; H. H. Raymond, head of the Mnllory and Clyde Lines, and recently put in charge of shipping at New York, and Sir Cunop Guthrie, direcshipping in this couni tor of Rritish ty. w 'Jf S S ft? ing materials, for biscuits jQ cakes- - -- aii)thiitg without f 3 of uncertainty. Calumet makes m( you fotget failure. fi Ti 3 8 B KB A 14 ahead and mix up brk- - troubles take quick leave. You go right comes in, all 'baking "When GLAD TOJESTIFY tB Says Watoga Lady, "As To What Cardui Has Done For Me, So As To Help Others." i CJAKJNG i Tl-e- RTT tft POWDER $ isthe mot pop ular b m at tr) t l. i I'I. K j'Ct tniuiul U.. a it i i sit chain ft ..lablc - noil's that it i jicst scllr'S Aln.iI It nvnreynii (J nine Hi5t.'sriTd."ri yi SA ,n r r it ii cil take it ! a ucitJi ive c ist e t. . Watoga, W. Va. Mrs. S. W. Glad well, of this town, says: "When 3bout 15 j ears of age, I suffered preatly . . . Sometimes would go a monlh or two and I liacfi terrible headache, backache, and bearing--dow- n pnins, and would just drag and: had no appetite. Then it would labU . . . two weeks, and was so weakening, and my health was awful. .My motticr oougnt me a bottle ot Cardui, and I began to improve after taking the first bottle, so kept it up till I I took three gained, and was well and strong, and I owe it all to Cardui. I am married now and have 3 children . . . Have never had to have a docior for female trouble, and just resort lo Cardui I am glad to testify to if I need a tonic. what it has done for me, so as to help ler ! ' Y! y m 8r USE "CASCARETS" FOR LIVER AND BOWELS WHEN CONSTIPATED When Bilious, Headachy, Sick, Foi Sour Stomach, Bad Breath Bad Colds box. Get a Take a Cascaret tonight to cleanse your t.ivr( f5.'mt'.ch snd Howe's, and you will surely feel great by morning. You men and women who have headache, coated tongue, n bad cold, are bilious, nervous, upfct, bothered with n sick, gassy disordered stomach, or have backache and feel all worn out. Are you keeping your bowels clean with Cascnrets or n.crely foicing a paseagenwny every few day with salts, cathartic pills or cantor oil? CatcarctK immediately cleanse and regulate the stomach, remove the saur, undigested and farmeiitinir food and foul ruses; tak the e.scen bile ti from tho liver and carry off the wate inattor and poison from th bowols. Remember, .i Caseawt tonight, will trititen you out by morning. A lucent hx horn yur druggist nutans healthy bowel action, a clear had and theerfulnfhs for month. DiHtt forgot the children. it con-tiM- v. 10 4jyA CTfr Kl 'im. Ci' t'Tict such irrc- I. ivc bi.cn , i"- . d ' illy bv the ciin b. loud 1 i "r uicney back. Lack ...ill Nj, tt'i(j w fl i sf t t" ... Aatno' ttics. YtilllfCvrliMyvabarL. YMif wtca jeant it. xSl jM BP ly K', S"tM 4jt lit I 'JjR &m$ 4gQk qHSk. HIGHEST QUALITY HIGHEST AWARDS JR aK K jKl ... others." If you are nervous or weak, have headaches, backaches, or any of the other ailments so common to women, why not give Cardui a trial? Recommended by CAN YOU BEAT IT? Kvery stamp buyer knows the many physicians. In use over 10 years. truth of the incident thus related by llegin taking Cardui today. It may be the very medicine you need. the Knoxville Journal nnd Tribune; "There was a long line in front of 0 the stamp winc'ow nt the city postof-lic- c NC-13- I I I -' e..i.r... i.-- -- i i V - The Itching and Sting of Blazing, Fiery Eczema l.'.. - jvn-net- y We, whose names are hereto attached will permit neither hunting, fishing nor trespassing of any kind on our property, 'and those guilty of doing audi will bo prosecuted to the mil oxtent ot tne law: glove. M. D. Elmore, U. S. Traylor, J. D. "Then !ie opened heir hand bag Navo, Louis Nave, S. J. Embrv, J. L. and took out her puree, closed the Robbiiii, J. C. Fox & Son. Geo. H. "lianil bag and opened tlie purse, took Pruitt, Mike Rogers, James Smith. A. L. Thomiwon. Kd Hallard, out a uiekle, and closed the parse, K Leo, Fred VonGruonignn. Father Albert opened the hand bag and placed the VouGrucnigan, J. H. CmaenUch. Proctor Heirs, J. M. Pettus, W. L. puree in the band lag, closed thi Gu-der- r, hand basr, and paeeed the nirklo t Cordiar, Frank Smith, Jacob Adolph VotiGruontgun, the clerk for the atump receiving Heraogg, Geo. L .Sudduth. D. M. .i two pennies in change. After open 11. Montgomery, Matt'i II ing her letter end glancing through dorson, T. rriM4a of Gtrargx Alexander, it hurriedly ( yes hurriedl.v ) she care- Hews, J. E. Hruce, John J, Cart, former Palis banker, who nave visit- fully attached the xtamp to the en- J. II. Mors, J. T, Hacklov. Lvan Smith, Hubble, Mrs. Nnncy J ed him at the State KefoftiiHtary at velope and th up ned her hand Frankfort within the laxt few days a llil ttfkkle mif tiltn till tsaia t.tta.l bar Ilntiht'e Inn Fiirm, F. L Tlnmip.-oel a ',. report him ... a very terioue phyalcal . ,. . . -v nr - f .,n "(" "s, - .. cwullUmi and an operation ia said to put the two pennies in the purge op JOMf WHITE & CO. jWL&iJ&k. m be iinimrative. Application wilt h enod the lmndbug and returned teh LOUISVILLE, KY. madu to luive him removed to the assortmont puro to tho hand bag. When he had King's Daughter hcHpitnl in Frankniioin put on her glovoe tho lndy left;"0 fort to have the operation performed. thu window nnd the line moved up." cawrUliu High-clas- s ild and injob printing nt the Join the Red Cross today. Beat Sklna terior Journal olllce. Monday afternoon. After waiting in line for about ten minutes u fashionably .Irogacd woman finally rtmched the window. '"Let me liave n stamp," he said to the clerk, taking oil her POSTED! JI . i, n wb-- j- a tlbrl ' ,"'uo '"" iSTi limi .A'&.ite-- . ! -;'; il ; Page Eight ftXXKXX3t$tX!WyKXX30C3tXVVXX3 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, February CORN WILL WIN This Is Our Winter of Test 1 , 1918, aer Mllousncsa. pnlns, hncknche, muscles, stiff Joints, "tired out" feeling. Sold Kvcrywhcro. tj Arc what you want when you buy, seeds that have high purity and germination tests. You can get weed seeds for nothing. We 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 and get the purest and best to be had. That Grow We LinYel-l- o SEEDS DEMOCRACY'SWAR America's Greatest Cereal Crop Is Now Moving to Market. MAINSTAY IN NATION'S CRISIS. SmtTN food la n prubi j i. for each I'rlcra for be It for to ao la 8urplua Wheat of the United 8tatea Haa Bean Sent to Famlna Threat. ened Europe. Amertca'e definite rules eery one cannot formnlated. la n duty each one eat only much aa neceasnry LAND, STOCK AND CROP O, II. Masters sold to Robert Long n horse for $70. Roy M. Ware ought of V. L. Mo Cnrty n weanling; cnlf for 20. W. L. Orndy, of Adnlr county, killed a hog that weighed 700 pounds. S. M. Uurdctt, of Adnlr county, bought 1(1 mules, thrco to six years old, nt $1 10 to $200. J. II. CofTcy, of J. C. Hums, with the CornnUhvllle Milling Company, was iduirgcd In Loulsvlllo Thursday night nnd rob-be- d of $12 nnd his wnlch. the same county, bought six nt about tho same prices. grat corn crop, exece Every bag of seeds we send out is tagged as to purity and germination according to the KENTUCKY PURE SEED LAW and you will always find our seeds above the stan- Ihr 3,0U0,000,0U0 bushels, will mivi tba dard. arc now the largest dealers in Northern Kentucky. Write us for prices and samples and be convinced. We arc now in the market for good Dry Seed Corn, coln Wonder for Silo, Boone County Whitq, Rcid's Der.t, Etc. Write us stating what you have. gg&0ifcjuimfffe'n XI world'a fuod altuutlon, official ot tha United Statea lood administration believe. Corn la the nation's best food cereal, houaewlvce are bcKlnnlng to realize It contains all the element needed to keep the body In a. state of health and when used according to the score of tried recipes, esivclally when combined with Hn added portion ot oil or fat, will sustain life Indefinitely. Indian warriors In colonial dnys lived on parched corn alone for ninny dnjs at a time, und at Valley Forge parched corn was at time the sole ration ot human body neolthy and strong. TJila winter of 1013 la the period when la to be tested here In America whether our people nre capable of voluntary Individual aactiflce to save the world. That la the of the organization of the United States Food Administration by oluntary effort to provide the food that the world needs. U. S. FOOD ADM' 'ISTIIATION pur-poa- o maintain to the CINCINNATI STOCK MARKETS Hogs Receipts head; 0,000 steady; packers nnd butchers $16.35; pigs nnd lights $1 1.00(a) 10..ir. Cattle DOTH DLUE GRASS Receipts 800 head; alow; steers AND KNOB FARMS $7.001'J.2G; heifers $7.00)11.00; calves weak, $C.OO1G,00. Sheep Let ma know by latter or canl aaal Receipts none; steady, $0.00(72)11.00; I will coma and Hat and aeH four farm for you. I hare a lot of Proa. lambs weak. prctlve Ouyera now and It (a bo trouble for ma to aall your farm for Conttant Sufferer Flnda Relief you. Will liat farma anywhere with "I have been n constant sufferer in 50 mile of Wayneiburf. from kidney trouble nnd was down sick in bed," writes C. F. Reynolds, 112 Hcrrick St., Klmirn, N. Y. "I taking Foley Kidney commenced Fills. In n few days I wns up out of WAYNESBORO. KY. bed." Recommended for rheumatic Want 200 Farms To Sell Monroe Thompson NEED BICeDS Corduroy Suits For Men and Boys CRAB vjaxKiMmi'WVlWtWfSJUUL g COVINGTON, KENTUCKY WHOLESALE & RETAIL 5 4 Phones South 335 and 336 3 United States Food Administration License No. VXSVVVXVVVVVVVVVVNNKVCVVXVVXVXNVVVVVVVVVVVV 1 U- - equal installments, due in one and two y ars with interest from date and lien retained on land to secure the deferred payments. Personalty w.ll be sold as follows: Sums of $10 and under cash: over that amount. American colonists from many occasions. Just as It sered as Headquarters for staple food during the War of the The undersigned executors v. Ill, on Best Fire and Life Insurance und U'iriti,t the CI II War, KIiik TUESDAY, FEBRUARY G, 1018, In beginnmc at 10 o'clock on the prem- Phones 168, 45 Stanford, Ky. Com has npiln come to the front the nntlnn'H buttle with nutiKfacy. ises of the late John Talyor, -- I out Corn mcnl N finding greatly Increastwo miles south of Gravel Switch, ed use In the making of onllnnry whit offer for sale tho following property: bread. Hundreds of tit.invtthei nnd The farm on which the late John Tav many of the larger linkers are mixing lor lived at the time of his de.'th, aV I rrprttrnt the lirgrat and brtt otitr clothing faoui In this countrr consisting of about 505 acre3. The Ed r. Vrx't and Ce., L'O per cent, corn meal with wheat . lit. Hf farm is located on the Rolling Fork Defiance Jn And dirrttinr the maa flour to make leavened bread. This and a considciable portion of it .. riff of youf clwtirs. rflrca me the adrantaif kind of a mixture Is worked and baked tailor. li fine bottom land, and tho whole of over one who yournot a practical promlee If yon In the same and ultb tho sumo I will will Kite me you a tho remainder is in grass and timber Tquare deal. Too order,ret the worth of your will methods that apply to straight wheat the and is practically virgin soil, suscep- i ainnry, ritner in My cheapen iradea or lh bread. tible, to cultivation and well adapted higher prlrea FALL. AND Corn bread using corn meal entireto tobacco, hemp and ccrn. The farm line of tamplef la now WIN I EK your la ready far is located on the Gravel Switch and ipectlon. Can now aod let ma ihow yoa ly Is gaining n greater popularity Cancy UrceK turnpwc ami is wen f'xt1"1 Tallot than ccr before. Hotnewlvot nre DTIOI witcrcd. The improvements are yood, eTANroao. Ky coming to realize that every pound of y consisting of a splendid wheat saved In America means pound eiRlit-roodwelling, three excellent of wheat released for shipment to the stock barns, one tobacco barn, two nations with wbh.Ii America Is associtenant houses nnd other necessary ated In tin; war. outbui dines. The fencing is pll in There arc n score of torn products Aw. condition. There 15 also on the s of that today posseis'unusuiil Importance fa'ft about 250 acreshardwoodtim-jbe- r FARM LOANS oak, walnut and other for Americans. Corn syrup for sweetSaid timber is a part of a virgin ening corn enkes and buckwheat cakes Over 3 Million loaned Through carforest and thero are five or six nnd for use In the kitchen Instead of Thia Office loads of black walnut alone. The grauiilnted sugar Is one of the leading tracts faroi will be offered in three products made from corn. whole and the best '.id then as a Corn oil, excellent for frying and fur prce accepted. Possession of the land every other purpose tilled by salad o"ls. will bo given when the terms of sale INSURANCE Is appearing on the market In large am complied with. Said executors will aha offer for sale at the same ULUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE quantities. It comes from the germ ot the corn. time and place a quantity of farming implements and household and Cheapaida & Short Lexington, Ky kitchen furniture. TERMS Said land will be sold LIES cash, balance in two six months' note with approved sed for EXECUTOR'S SALE R. M. NEW LAND the Continental Owing to transportation illfllcultlcs by the war tho corn crop moved more slowly to market this year than ever before. Now, lioweer, the cereal Is reaching the milters and consumers. In the meantime tho nation's surplus wheat him been sent to Kuropo. Today there ure approximately SO bushels of corn fur every Anierlcnn. This quantity Is jrreater by fle bushels than In former jcars. Corn bus become, the nation's mainstay In the crisis of war. Just as this cereal snrtal the first fniiilnc on 11 Iter-olutlo- ii Europe's Meat Supply Must Come From America. Warring Nations Have Depleted Live Stock at Cnormous Rate, Tvri Killing Dairy Cattle For Food. American slock breeders nre being asked to consenu their flocks nnd herds in order to meet llurope'd tremendous deiimtids for moats during the war and probably for muiiy jeara W. E. PERKINS ORCHARD, KENTUCKY i nf(crnrd. The United Statu fmxl administration reports that American stock .ti.kiun ..l..i. l.n., .fj niitrmi .. ill.li.i.lllnll fa. .4ii-iim u.r,w,iiii 11 wiiii tin' goYcrnnicnt In tho nation's supply of live l FOR SALE The Tob Raney Farm Hustonville pike 72 acres, 3 miles from Danville, on I To the Public: CAtr-ijo- raid-M- o two-stor- H" KUrLCl r' 11 m -- 5 Pex Cent first-clas- W. KING & SON stoi Ic. dVrmany today Is probably better supplied with II e stork than any oth1 er Kuropcan nation. Whun the Herman n null's made their big advance Into France and then retreated virtually nil the cattle In the Invaded territory l,.Vi..00i) approximately betid were drhen behind the (icriuun lines. But In F.nglnni'1 DANVILLE, KENTUCKY hero 2. WO 000 $ acres of pasture lands have been turn- ', P. O. Box No. 358 Phone No. 1301 ed Into grain Melds the cuttle I enls III.. llllftlv Ml' ... V. .r..a ,a. (a..a;. I aiiv .la ill.- - XXXXXXVXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX reasons apparently Is the dei lining maximum price scale adopd-- bv the Kngllsh as follows: For Si'ti'i'iiiIxT, $17.70 per 100 pound.-.- , Octe' r, ?17.U8; No ember and December, $1(1 OS: Jnn-lar$1 1. 10. The effect of thi- -e prices uas to ilrho beef animals on the market as soon ns Ksslhle. In France the number of cnttle ns nell ns the iimillty lime shown an enormous decline during the unr. Whero Franco had 1 1.S07.00.) head of Feed your milk cowi Cremo Dairy Feed. It cattle In 11)1.1, sho now tins only g John S. Baughman, Agt ? $ Ml-- .. 111 y, Cremo Dairy Feed is a n decrease of 10 0 Y one-thir- curity hearing interest from date. Lunch on premises. J. Clark Taylor and John Taylor, Jr., Executors of John Taylor, Deceased. Col J. I! Dinwildic, Auctioneer. CIRCULATED IN CANADA Canada y Is also f M E N This cold weather demands the warm garments, and one of the most sensible investments thatcan be made now is thn purchase of an Overcoat or a Mackinaw at our present old LOW PRICES. gggy 3r&e3. far iHi'il wifmW ROBINSON'S 'xmmmwmiT.T?r'rMrv'y'' A J than In the prohinder Canadian food conscratlon ac- dairy products ratherfor eilxjrt when cording to nn official v statement re- duction of cereals the ur will have censed. ceived from tho Cntindliin food controller by the United States food administration. The stories bothering Canada urn BRITISH GOVERNMENT of the sumo genenM character as those HELPS PAY FOR BRCAD tho United .Stales food administrator recently denounced In this country, such us the ridiculous Milt and There baa been much misunderblueing, famine fakes und the report that the gowrninont would selzo standing about the bread program In liousewhes', slocks of homo canueil Kngluud. It Is true that I lie Kngllsli-mabuys a loaf of bread fur less than goods. Tho Canadian food controller esti- an American can, but It Is poorer mates that ulien the people listen to bread, and tho British government Is and pasti on such stories, each one pajlng $200,000,000 u eur touurd the has the powei of destruction that lies coat ot It. All the grain grown In (Irent BritIn ii battalion of soldier. "Stories wit hunt even a vestige of ain Is taken over by the I goernuietit foundation hai' been scattered broad- at an arbitrary prlco und lie Imported cast," said tin Canadian statement wheat purchased on the markets nt "Nor lmi! the come to life casually. tho prevailing market price. Tills Is govern They huve started simultaneously In turned owr to the mills by the adul different parts of tho country und In ment at A prlco that allows thu loaf ot four pounds each Instunce have been calculated to turated war bread pound loaf to Bell ut IS cents, the arouse public Indignation. one pound loaf ut l "They nro Insidious, subtle, persist- at 0 cents und tho cents. ent. Bit by bit they dissipate public In France, under conditions someIn the work great trust, the. what similar, but with a larger exot food control. traction, the four pound lout sells for "It lies with eiery Individual to for- 10 cents. from criticism; to refrain from bear passing, on the vugrant and harmful story, and thus the moro effectively MAKINQ MEATLESS n bating trouble with lies calculated to And France Is today producing only one gallon of milk cnmpnreil to two f gallons before tho war. and Denmark and Holland turn been forced to sacrifice dairy herds for beet because of the lack of necessary feed. Cloxe study of tho European meat situation has convinced the Fond Administration tbnt the future problem of America lies largely In the production of meat producing nnimals and one-hnl- per cent mixture of Cotton Seed Mcnl, Alfalfa Meal, Gluten Feed, Molasses nnd Mill Feed. Wc havn sold this feed for more than a year and know that it is fine for milk cows. 16.5 per cent protein. We have this in 100 lb. sacks. J. H. Baughman & Co. 1 $6.QO LOUISVILLE COURIER -- JOURNAL Daily By Mail (NOT SUNDAY) AND to The Semi-Week- ly In work which Is golns to to mean moru than the majority of people yet realize." DAY8 PERMANENT. fur-til- THE UNITED 8TATES FOOD ADMINISTRATION 8AY8: There Is no royal road to food conservation. We can only ao compllih this by tha voluntary action of our whole people, each element In proportion to Ita means. It la a matter of eouallty of bur- v den; a matter of minute saving and eubstltution at every poini in the 20,000,090 Mtekens, on tha 20,. 000,000 dinner talalee, and In tha 2,000,000 manufacturing, whole- tha country. sale and retail Mtabllahmanto f acute and continue for Uvo or sis years, thus making it worth while to develop lucuus of grain, vegetables and fish on a more or less permanent basis. Meat can be replaced by cereuls and other protein foods, or may be served lu very small portions as a flavoring for other food. In making up meatless menus this author finds our American Creole and southern cu!lne broad field for Investigation. e In the meatless menu there' la a field for developing now und nourishing dishes, according to K. II. Nllei, writing lit the Hotel (Jaiette, who believes that the present shortagebf meat and fats will uot end with the coming of peace, but may grow morn INTERIOR JOURNAL Your Home Paper and the Best Known Daily Newspaper of This Section An Excellent Combination Subscription Orders at this combined rate may be sept to the office of the Interior Journal i