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No. The Interior Journal II The Interior Jonrnnl m ' Krnturkv Tuesday, February 5, 1918 Tuesdays and Fridays TALKING ABOUT THE I. J DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER HONOR ROLL GRADED SHOOI roL. DRIGHT RACK HOME THE LATEST WAR NEWS L. S. JONES DIES HERE B. E. Gnnn, of, the West En.l, Dr. J, W. Johnson, 87, a promt Grade 1 Lydla Rnumnnn, Ar- Col. George P. Bright returned Exchanged Italian prisoners reMr. L. S. Jones, of Middlesboro, writes: "Enclosed find check for ncnt Clark county physician, died of tella VonGrucnlgnn, Shirley Wnll'n, Sunday morning from Phoenix. Arl- - who came here a month or more ago turning from Austrian concentra$1.60 for it year's subscription to paralysis at Winchester. -Julian Wright. 0nn, where he spent tho winter with to be treated by his son, Dr. L. F. tion camps tell of the most horrible paper In the world." the best Remainder of tho white men draftGrade 2 Marie Bnuminn, EUc R. his son, Mr. Grccnbcrry Bright. He Jones, died at the lattcr's home at cruelties practiced against prisoners, G. 11. Sutton, of the East End, ed In Kentucky have been ordered Cancer, Laura James Cra'jr, o says he left all of the Kentucky con- - 3 o'clock Monday morning of cardiac particularly the Serbians, who are sends money for hit paper to Jnn. to report Feb. 16 to 28. Clay Farrls, Frcdn Robinson well nnd dolnir well. Il's sr.n aged CO years. Only about reported confined in cages and fed 1010, nnd nay that this is his 27th T. Coleman du Pont, formerly of llan VonGruenigan, Cal Lynn Ne has become one of the big and sue asthma, a year ago Dr. Jones was asked to raw turnips through bars like aniyear and that he hopes to make It Louisville, has bought the Hotel Waldor- vius. ccssful business men of the city n.d give up his mother, who was n daugh mals. More than 30.000 Serb nri- many more. f-Astoria In New York City. Grade 3 Delbcrt Crawford. Win-fro- y is n sure enough booster for It Col. ter of the late J. J. Williams, of Mt. oners are reported dead from starvaR. M. Hill, of Evant, Tex., writes: A train struck a bus In which 20 Duncan. Bright says the winter nt Phoenix Vernon, and his father's death fol tion. When exchanged the Italians "For check enclosed please renew school children were riding at Moose Grade 4 Josephine Delden, Zolln has been delightful, the mercury lowing so soon, makes it doubly hard were garbed in rags. They were my subscription. It Is a fine paper Lnke, Minn., killing seven of them. Dsrnetto, Dcatrice Cnmcnlsch, Chns. standing between CO tp 70 mot nf on our townsmnn. Mr. Jones wns a suffering intensely from ill treatment nnd I enjoy hearing through It from Thomas Rising was found guilty Masters, Charley Dlankemhlp, Louis the time. It went as low ns 31 one resident of Stanford In the seventies, and exposure. my old home, nilly Sunday's pray. of the murder of Wlllinm F. School- Mcrshon, Frank Wallin, Allen Dor morning, but the cold did not last and wns the first agent of the L. & American prisoners in German rr wns fine." er at Lexington, nnd sentenced to ders. long and it was bright and balmy be- N. here. From this place he moved camps arc facing hardships with unW. T. Smith, formerly of this city llfo imprisonment. Grade 5 Fred, Baumann, Ancllc fore the noon hour came. "People to Pine Hill, whero he engaged in broken spirit, but ore worried about but now residing In Lexington, The Madison, Ind., Brewing Com Carson, Jesse Long, Pearl Masters, around Phoenix are going crazy tho grocery business. Leaving there their failure to receive mall from writes: "I am sending you $1.50 pany, one of tho oldest brewing es- Eflle W. McCIary, James McCor- about cotton." said Col. Bright, "and he went to Louisville whero he or- relatives In this country, according for my paper to Feb. 1019. We could tablishments In the Ohio Valley, mack, Kathcrine Murphy, Lconn I don't blame them, for n bale of 500 ganized the wholesale grocery firm of to letters in possession of the prisonehardly live In Lexington If it were made an assignment for the benefit Trnylor, Eunice Pcpples, Foster R. pounds of the long staple kind enn Jones & VanDevccr nnd made con- r-of-war aid department of the not for the I. J. My wife and I wlshl of its creditors. Phillips, Sabra K. Wnlker, Thclma be raised on an ncre and the price is siderable money in the conduct of Young Men's Christian Association. you nil n prosperous year." A. J. Humphries, a Mt. Sterling Walls, Mnry L. Woods. now about 70c per pound. Robert C. thnt business. From Louisville he Adjt. Gen. Ellis yesterday received Mrs. Edmond Murphy, who has florist, has sued the Kentucky NatuGrade C Motildn Bell, Mary L. Snuflcy, brother of Shelton Saufloy, moved to Middlesboro, where he re- a general order from Provost Marleft Kings Mountain for n brief so. ral Gas Co., for $800, alleging that Stone, Vndn Wallin, Olga Cnmcnlsch, formerly of this place, and his sided nt the time of his death. Mr. shal Crowder asking that the remainjourn in Detroit, Mich., writes: the low pressure of gas caused his Robert Cancer. William Robinson, have Jones was a fine business man nnd der of the white men composing the "Please bo sure nnd send my I. J, to flowers to freeze. Grndc 7 Susie Reynolds, Mabel bought a ranch of 80 acres leasDetroit. L nm nlwnys glad to get J. L. Dorsey, of Henderson, for Mnstera, Guy Wallin, Frances Tnte. ed another of tho same size and put an exceedingly pleasant gentleman, Kentucky quota to the National and his death will cause sorrow Army cligibles be ordered to report and the paper and especially so sinco I mer law partner of Gov. Stanley, has Grade 8 Marjorie nnllou, Fran- the whole husincss in cotton," said wherever he was known. Besides the for military duty between February nm nwny from Lincoln county." been named Circuit Judge of the ces Fish, Allcnc Gooch, Mary Knth-crin- o he. Mr. Bright snys that close to 200,-00- 0 son here, he leaves another son, Ken- - 23 and 28, inclusive. The order emIn ordering his Interior Journal Fifth district, embracing Henderson, n Hockcr, Adelaide Proctor, ncrcs will be put In cotton and yon Jones, of Jacksonville, Fla., nnd braces 3,025 men. A further order changed from Crab Orchnrd to Union and Webster counties, to sucConk Raney, Isnhcltn Wprren. that Goodyear, the auto tire man two daughters, Mrs. E. E. Griffith, advises of the temporary suspension Campbellsvlle, his new home, Dr. W. ceed the late Judge S. V. Dixon. Freshman Henry Daughman Jas. from the East, will have over 2,000 nnd Miss Fnnnie Jones, of Middles- of physical examination until after W. Ilurgin, the nnd popFrank R. Wilson, nsslstnnt secre Daughman, Dlankenshlp, Dcrthn ular dentist, says: "Don't fail to send tary of the Federal Farm Loan Doard Howard Drazclton, Lucllo Carter. acres of the staple growing soon. He boro, both of whom were with their the men called have reported. A tells tho I. J. that Tim W. Hutchi-so- n father when the finnl end came. The of 2,255 negroes of the State beme every copy. You know it is like hns been chosen publicity director Mario Powell, Lillian Smith, William Is doing well but that he has a remains will be taken to Mt. Vernon longing to the first quota were not n letter from home, nnd each one of for tho Third Liberty Loan campaign, Tate, Louise Waters, Lucile Waters, daughter who Is in very bad health Wednesday morning at 10:48, where called. ray family enjoy reading It, 'nds' nnd succeeding Oscar A. Price, now pri- Margaret Wood. Robert Scuddcr is getting along fine, they will be laid to rest by the side Two American airmen, Thomas nil. Regards to everybody in Stan vate secretary to Secretary McAdoo. Sophomore Mary Siler, Mnry he snys, nnd is a popular citizen of of the wife, who had only a short Hitchcock, Jr., and David E. Putnam ford." Russian Socialists in convention In Pcttus, Vic Gosa Smith, Nellie Davis. his section of the State. Col. Bright time gone before. The many friends Junior ncster Anderson, Sam II. snys he frequently ran across L. D. Dr. Jones has made during his life members of tho Lafayette Escndrille. Albert Johnson, who left Stanford New York sent a telegram to Presibrought down three German dent Wilson demanding the immedi- Craig, Allie May Cummins, Carrie mime 18 years ago, sends lis $1.60 Rousseau, who married n daughtej here deeply sympathize with him In during the last few days for his paper nnd says: "Of course I ate release of Emma Goldman, Alex- Davis, Mny Dclle Lyon. of T. C. Rankin, nnd that he too' is the losses he is cnllcd on to bear. scoring their first victories in air batander Derkman and two other RussiSenior Clarence Singleton, Mnry making good In his Western home. want the Interior Journal continued tles. to my nddrcss. I enjoy every copy, an citizens and permission for them Dalley, Gene Wood, Thclma Francis, Secretary of the Navy Daniels JURORS FOR FEBRUARY TERM Anna Rogers Powell, Nancy Knth SOMEBODY nlthough it has been years since I to return to Russia. WILL TELL ON YOU Following arc the jurors for the when notified that Secretary Baker3 Former President Taft, 'n an ad crine McKlnncy, Annetto Wearcn. was at home. ,1 have been In Cuba, Somebody is going to tell on you February term of the Lincoln circuit forecast of the number of men to the Philippines and all over the dress to National Army men at Camp if you don't pay your income tax. court, which begins at Stanford on be sent abroad had been challenged I have had your good pa- Gordon, Georgia, reiterated his be- RICE'S REMAINS DURIED HERE States nnd The remains of Walter Rico, who Congress has fixed it so somebody Monday week, Feb. 18th: Grand in the Senate yesterday authorized per follow mo every where." Mr. lief that there could bo no lasting must tell, whether he wants to or jury Walter McElfresh, T. N. Butt, the statement that the navy is asJohnson Is now First Sergeant in Co. peace until German militarism is was shot at Tans by another rail not One section of the War In- Dnilcy Hutchison, J. A. Ball, B. G. sured of enough transport facilities crushed, and said ho prayed that the road man named Johnson, were ;., Third Infnntry. stationed at brought to Stanford Saturday night come Tax Law, exhaustively compre- Gover, Sam G. McKinney, John D. to make sure that there will be half Allies could hold out until America Camp Eagle Pass, Texas. and on Sunday afternoon were laid hensive In scope, requires every per- Burton, T. J. Burleson, Oscar Rey- a million American troops in France The following is from Miss Linda "gets there." son, without exception, and every nolds, W. L. Cordicr, J. Nevin Car- early this year. He would not Bay Each school child in Lexington and to rest in Buffalo Springs Cemetery-Mr- . 'Miller, of this city, who is teaching Rice was a Knight Templar nnd corporation, partnership, association, ter, J. M. Reynolds, C. P. Brown, whether the outlook for ships was in Miss Overton's School at Day Fayette county will be provided with the burial was under auspices of that nnd insurance company, in whatever Seymour McMullin, Plato Cullip, S. such as to warrant the expectation Shore, I I.: "Enclosed please find a 25 cent Thrift stamp by the banks order. The following members of Ma- capacity acting, who paid $800.00 or L. Burdett, Thco Noland, Robert of having 1,000,000 more men in pot-offic-e money order for a year's of the city as an inducement to them rion Comraandry, Lebanon, came up more to another person, corporation, Carter, Luclen Kinj, H. D. Aldridge, France by the end of 1918. Kubseriptlon for the 'cheapest and to save their money and invest it in partnership, association or insurance J. A. Singleton, Hubert-ManninW. The Allies still hold numerical su tho stamps. This was decided upon and took part in the burial exercises: best.' I have been much interested Grand Master O. D. Thomas, John company, as interest, rent, salaries. C. Floyd, J. S. Baughman. Petit ju periority on the western front, both reading of the severe cold with at a meeting of the Rankers' Club at in N. Thomas, John T. Carter, J. X. Vfnges, premiums, annuities, compen- ry S. K. Duddcrar, H. C. Anderson in men and guns, despite the heavy vhlch that pnrt of the country has the Phoenix hotel. sation, remuneration, emoluments, or Sterling Curtis, J. M. Hubble, Harry German concentration there cince shooting nnd killing four Powell, C. J. Edmonds, J. E. Ed After been visited, as well as the various monds, Henry Dahringer, W. II, other fixed or determinable gains, Carter, W. H. Lair, F. B. Scott, John the defection of Russia, according activities of the Red Cross and other persons and dangerously wounding Purdy, J. M. Raines, Fletcher Blan. profits and income, to report the W, Hubbard, John T. Rigsby, Jerry to the weekly war review by SecreFclips movements. This vil- another nt El Paso,-Texaford, W. D. McGrudcr, James Steph name and address of the person, cor- Briscoe, B. M. Cowan, Grover Hes- tary Baker. a Mexican, was himself blown lage, situated on the south shore, is poration, etc., to whom the payment ter, Rube Curtis, Ollie Bishop, J. T. Enemy airmen dropped bombs on enson, Lebanon Junction. Other on Great South Day, opposite the to pieces by dynamite which was was made, together with the amount Chadwick, Collins Moore, W. C Venice and other Italian cities. No thrown into tho small house in the Knights Templar were L. W. Dethu-ru- of the payment, to the Commissioner Brown, C. B. McGuffey, Fire Island light famous In - ip. Tom Boone, one was killed and there was no damMt. Vernon, J. Fox Duddernr, ping, news and wireless circles. For Mexican quarter where he had taken of Internal Revenue at Washington, John A. Chappell, G. B. Ellison, M. age done in Venice, but in the other refuge from more than 100 citizens Dr. T. W. Pennington, Dr. D. B. D. C, using a form prescribed for L. Marcum, Morgan Beazley, tho first time in mnny years tho bay P. C. towns a number of casualties were Southnrd, this city, and Gill Cooper, has been frozen across the entire dis- nnd military police who attempted to Henry Nichols, E. the purpose Form 1099, now to be Sandidgc, Wm. Perkins, R. J. McAl-istc- reported and great destruction was T. Dunigan and J. hnd tance, about seven miles, and I re- capture him. from all collector's offices. The J. T. Bogie, Simon Petrey, W. wrought. The House Commerce Committee L. Mny, Danville. Mr. Rico wns well forms must be filled out and returned H. Boone, W. P. Logan, cently had my first experience J. H. Floyd, known in this county, his first wife In a 'scooter' before a sixty-mil- e voted for an amendment to tho Ad on or before March 1, 1918, accom- Rube Horton, B. F. Long, R. G. GoTHE KNOT TIED AT JELLICO. lining a sister of John nnd James gale. There is a large avintion ministration Railroad Dill limiting panied by Form 1096, which is a let- ver, Jim Wilinot, B. F. Lewis. Albert Gooch, son of Hon. Wilthe time of Federal control of rail- Cater, of Highland. Why Johnson ter of transmittal and affidavit certinlntinn here, nnd the flying hnd to liam G. Gooch, of the Goshen sec roads to a period of two years after shot him has never been made fying tho accuracy of Form 1099. be abandoned in this latitude the OPEN SESSION INTERESTING. tion, and Miss Pearl Beaumont, who public, it is stated that he was first of December, the mechanlcnl peace is declared. The measure will drinking but The open session of the Liberty was here visiting her sister, Mrs. Al nnd that Rice hnd refused be reported in both Houses of Con part of the training is still given at KENTUCKY P. M.' CONFIRMED Service League in the circuit court bert Phillips, eloped to Jellico Satto drink with him. Deceased was a this station. With best wshes, I nm gress this week, nnd Administration The Kentucky Postmasters con- room of the court-hous- e Friday lenders will make efforts to expedite second cousin of Col. William Fields, firmed with the approval of Senators night proved a most interesting oc- urday night leaving here on train No. nlwnys yours sincerely." 21, and were married Sunday. They of the West End of the county, nnd passage. James and Beckham were: E. T. casion. There was general disapJohn I.. Sullivnn, the greatest pug- wns said to have been an exceedingly Schmitt, Louisville; Jacob Roll, New- pointment that Mr. II. G. Skiles, of returned that evening and were met THAT FOX KILLING DILL nt the depot by n large number of Leonard Shouse, of Lexington; ilist that the world has ever known, clever mnn. A Inrge crowd came from port; Olive Hnddox, Allcnsville; Crab Orchard nnd Col. John B. friends and rclntives. The groom is Samuel Wooldridge, of Versailles, is dead nt his home near Doston, Paris, Livingston, ML Vernon nnd Henry H. Poague, Brooksville; Fanwho were on the program, an industrious, sober and excellent Wood Wnlker, of I'uint Lick, aged r9. He knocked out over 200 other points to attend his burinl. Mr. ny G. Taylor; Campbell; T. C. nnd were detained nt their homes, but young man, while his bonnie bride is were in Frnnkfort talking over with men In his fighting career nnd spent Rice was a native of Rockcastle Eddyville; Jnmes M. Richard- the other speakers, Mr. Welch Roch- ns popular as she is pretty and pleastho members of the Legislature the tho Inst ten years of it knocking out county nnd had been in the service of son, Glasgow; Mayme D. Cougar, ester, Mr. William Severance and ing. She is a daughter of Thomas bill to permit foxes to be killed at John Darleycorn, hnving lectured for the L. & N. for quite n number of Midway; William M. Ilnch, Monticcl- - Attorney K. S. Alcorn brought mesBeaumont, of Nicholasville, and has In all tho yenrs. any time. The bill wns introduced the temperance rnusu lo; F. A. Casner, Providence; Robert sages that proved both helpful nnd many friends here where she ha3 frethe Sennte by Senator Bishop S. larger citic of the United States. in C. Stockton, Richmond; Jacob interesting to the good crowd that quently visited. Both of the young AWARDED DAMAGES lluntsmnn and in the House of Rep- His greatest fight wns that with Jake Fisher, Russell. Senator Beckham is was present. Tho open session gave people are "infants" in the eyes of Elijnh Preston was awarded 0 resentatives by E. G. Young, both of Kilrnin, when he won nfter 75 rounds having the appointments of W. B those who nre not members of the the law, but many of the happiest dnmnges against Pierce Royalty e fighting. He wns Warren county. The Senate bill was of Crabbc, renominated for Postmaster I League nnd insight of what it stands couples are those who started life to finally whipped by Jnmcs J. Corbett, in Mercer Circuit Court. Preston's reported without expression of opinof Eminence, nnd G. M. Griffith, re- for nnd there was a great deal of gether when yet in their teens. Let ion and wns permitted to receive its whose scientific boxing wns too per- suit wns brought to recover for in nominated for Postmaster of Russell- - fnvorable comment of it, while many us hope that Mr. and Mrs. Gooch first reading, but the House bill Is plexing for the chnmplon pug to juries alleged to have been sustained villc, held up nnd the chances jecm asked that their names be added to will be one of the happy class. by him when his motorcycle was still in committee. This bill is one solve. long and growing list of Liberty to be against their confirmation. the by Royalty's automobile, Any beverage containing nlcohol struck n number amending the present of Service League members. The next MORROW TO BE game Inws with n view to amoving will be absolutely barred from the Preston was allowed nn additional POURED OUT THREE GALLONS meeting will bo held in the county Hon. Edw. P. Morrow received a tho dnmnge done to City Judge R. L. Davison nnd court room Friday night. It is sin- letter from his twin brother, Charlie, the protection of the State from the 108 dry counties of Kentucky, nnd $100 to cover George T. Wood had cerely hoped thnt every member will in which Charlie said fish nnd game that survives in this will be shut out from soda fountains, the motorcycle. Chief of Police that he would Monday a "pouring" afternoon, be present. State. Senator Huntsman declares even in wet counties, if the bills in be promoted from Major to Lieuten"OVER THE TOP" when they poured into tho gutter that foxes are so plentiful in his troduced by Senator Rnyburn and ant-Colonel by the time the letter Swincbrond, the Real Estate Mnn nenr the court-hous- e become Thornton, county they nre overrunning the Represcntntivc three gallons of FRED EICHENBERGER DEAD. reached Its destination. Major Morof Lancaster, Ky., will begin his 1918 whisky that had been taken from country nnd killing nil the poultry In Inw. In addition, they include a pro News comes from Cincinnati that row has charge of the American Red to prohibit tho sale of cocon rcnl estate "DRIVE" on Wednesdny, Snm Thurman, who went to Lebanon Fred Eichenberger is dend in that r, vision thnt section. The present law, Cross Flood Refugee Camp at Tien agent, nnd ity. Mr. Eichenberger was n shoe tsin, China. This camp was conpermits n fox to be killed nt except nt bnrs which have liquor li- February 20th, when he will sell nt ns Charlie Mocker's clibought it. Quite a crowd witnessed maker in this city for many years structed from the plans and under uny timu of the yenr when he is do- cense. Tho bills do not state whether Public Auction, for one of his ing any damago to poultry or stock. or not coca coin is alleged to contain ents, Land, Live Stock, Farming Im- the performance nnd several old to- but moved to Cincinnati some ten tho instruction of Major Morrow Mr. Shouse nnd the others opposing nny alcohol, but mention it specifical- plements nnd Household and Kitch pers nro said to have been grcntly years ago. Ho wns a Wntch next issue of worried nbout the wanton waste of honorable man and thu mnny friends and there are now over 0,000 flood the bill say thnt if the law Is changed ly, while the ban on other soft drinks en Furniture. refugees taken care of in Tientsin. to bo killed or Is only general, nnd npplics when the Interior Journal for advertise- booze. The three gallons, which was he made during his sojourn here Charlie left Somerset the so as to permit foxes last time ment. Remember the date. put up in 24 pints, cost $18, accord- learn with regret of his death. He is with the commission of Captain and trapped at nny time of the year this they contain nny alcohol. Will Henderson, negro porter nt nnimal in Kening to Thurman, who was given that survived by his wife nnd sovcral he is gradually rising in the ranks valuable WHY DON'T HE? tucky will soon be exterminated. Tho the State Capitol, who drew n $50 nmount by Hockcr. children. Mr. Eichenberger had an of the U. S. Army. Somerset Editor Desha Breckinridge, of the present law permits foxes to be n month salary, drove nn automoinsurance policy of $2,000 In the orRED CROSS ITEMS killed only between Nov. 15 nnd Jan. bile nnd worked State officers nnd Lexington Herald, has wired Presider of Maccabees. His membership Tho local Red Cross Chapter has was kept here. 1, at which time their fur is In the local banks for u credit of $1,500, dent Wilson asking that Secretary SUFFERS PAINFUL ACCIDENT left ostensibly for his old home at of War Baker, be removed from of- sent to headquarters 2,020 compressbest condition. Lender. Mrs. C. R. Coleman had the misFnlmouth to raise the monoy to make fice. Wonder why ho didn't wire the es or surgical dressings. The word J. T. ROBERTS SELLS FARM. fortune to fall on the ice in her yard good notes on which the names of German Kaiser, asking him to stop comes back that thcy'werc every one The du Pont Engineering CompaJ. T. Roberts has sold through at a late hour Saturday afternoon perfect. ny, a subsidiary of the du Pont Pow- Judgo Clarke, of the Court of Ap- the war? Grant County News. Hughes & McCarty, the real estate nnd break both bones of her right der Company, will receive a fee of peals; Chairman Logan, of the State Tho gauze has been received am' men of this city, to Frank M. Lceco, limb near tho ankle. The accident THE COLD STILL WITH US approximately $2,000,000 for ser- Tax Commission; Custodian Lyklns thoso who work at tho Red Cross of Missouri, his farm out on the was a very panful one and it will neThe cold weather Is still with us. rooms daily arc asked to report for pike for $10,500. The place cessitate her remaining in doors for vices in supervising the erection nnd and Cnpt. W. J. Stone, wero forged. His victims are wondering whether The mercury was 3 above Monday work. organization of tho new Government contains 84 acres and Mr. Roberts a long time. She was resting easy at he will come buck. Ho offered to morning and 0 this morning with powder plant at Nashville, Tcnn. The D, A. R.'s are requested to be had owned it only about n year. It last accounts, her many friends will surrender nt the county jail before prospects poor for warmer weather. . at the Red Cross rooms Wednesday is part of the W. II. Murphy farm be glad to know. Knoxville, Tenn., has been chosen ho left, but as no one at that time I and was formerly known ns the Gomorning. was prepared to make affidavit that' R. L. Hubble sold to Josh B. Jones as head of the City Doard of W. A. McArtney, of St Louis, 1 ver place. Possession will be given he was guilty he departed in peace, a pair of work mules for $360. The Interior Journal $1.60 a year, in a month or to. been here with Harry Jacobs. " Rc-riLc-liwell-know- n to-'t- al hie-ching r, May-hugh, $3,-00bnre-knucklLIEUT-COLONEL how-evohard-working Hus-tonvil- lo J yv i I j : V? iiK kvl A.i..rf';' xrMtflm& i r T 'The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, i'i THE INTERIOR I Tuesday, February 5, T9I8 JOURNAL H. Wriahl 4 r't. Intereet Bearing Assets OF E. Initr C Walton and J. mt ttnnd ia pvirto (UN Mil lsr, tlr. Ay Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Ky. $22,250.00 U. S. Liberty Loan Bonds, 4s 869.78 War Saving Stamps, 4s U. S. Certificates of Indebtedness :.. 0.000.00 4s 87,500.00 United States Bonds, 2s 2,500 United States Bonds, 3s Lincoli County Turnpike Bds. 4s.. 3,000.00 Lincoln County Court House Bds. 3 ,500.00 4s 1 1 1 1 Income Revenue Commissioner Ro-pholtls that Congressmen will have to pay Income tax and tho occupa-tlontax which operate on Incomes of $0,000 anil over. The law exempts offlcors and employees of the government, hut that official holds that Congressmen are neither. So much criticism has been made on the exemption of Congressmen's salaries that the House already has passed n bill removing the exemption and it has been sent to the Senate. There should be no making of fish out of one class and fowls out of another, but everybody should be made to puny up for the prosecution of the wir. er al Sweeping Sale Ladies' Shoes and Boys' Clothing nf Lrulips' Rnnls i 01 mi ii l vi :inn UllVt fcSWV7.J 11:17 nv. imii It 111 llllll sell at cost now to make room for our Spring slock. These are the . II- . ' tr it. season s tlaiest creauons law iici, talent.1Leainer, Iiuu wiin lancy tops, also black with cloth top. Also a full line of Boys' Clothing, "Xtra Good" brand, he world's greatest make of Boys' Clothing. These go at a great reduced price while they last. lI ! f I United Kingdom of Great Britain 30,000.00 and other Bonds, 5is Stock in Federal Reserve Bank 6s 4,550.00 137,772.43 Cash and bal. due from banks 356,975.16 Loans and Discounts member has Introduced n bill to prevent tho intoxication of the members of the General Assembly and the committee, to which the bdl was referred, has nsked him to name the number of drinks a member may take and define the meaning of intoxication, thus treating a serious matter facetiously. It is reported that some men from dry districts can not forego the longKg for drink, especially in n town where there are almost ns many bar rooms as other business houses. It is a shame. A We have a nice assort-men- r TUMI' W HI l 1 -- v 11 1 I Total It : 696,887.37 fc "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE" STANFORD, KY.' BtST?33S3ral XXMmVtV The occasion of the passing of n resolution by the Covjngton sihool board excluding the study of German from the public schools, was made a great popular deniontrn Hon and the wildest scones of jub-latio- McRoberts,Bailey&RupIey MAIN STREET STANFORD, KY. Some fiery speeches were made, in which the Amerl wns likened to a snake and should bo treated as one "Kill him," was the cry on every followed. The First Cry nrery woman's rrm-path- i ri Anvone Desirini? to Sell Their hand. Enoch para-phaph- CHARLEY OREEN A BENEDICT News rumen from TVMn, (1., thi Charley Green, who was bom nnd I. J. v b CONNECTING LINIC Haili-y- y Farm, Stock or Crops will make money by seeing Dinwiddie & Owens THE HUSTLING REAL ESTATE MEN HUSTONVILLE AND MORELAND as stupid as they are strong, the JOHN L. SULLIVAN Biographical sketches of John L. master pugilist, despite the general Sullivan, who died upon his Massa- and reasonable objection to prize chusetts farm Saturday, will recall fighting as an institution, is in his to many Americans the day upon way an idol. None was more so than which Sullivan and Kilmin fought at John L. Sullivan in his prime. None d New Orleans a retained so long after defeat caused battle with bare knuckles, under the him to relinquish the Homeric troLondon prize ring rules. To many phy, the interest of every boy and a younger Americans who are unfa- majority of men. None had a wider miliar with sporting history the social acquaintance among men of glance backward at the prize ring prominence. None was more rewill convey the startling information spected for honesty in all matter fights were coun- and good judgment in matters perthat tenanced by the public and celebra- taining to boxing. Sullivan did jiot ted by the press within the memory attain in America the distinction of men now living. which made the English prize fighter, Pugilism nowadays is scientific. Figg, the subject of a portrait by Pugilists wear stuffed gloves. In Hogarth. His was the eminence th6 period of Tom Sayers, of Eng- which President McKinley illustrated land, and John C. Hcenan, of Ameri- in his story about the boy who 'aw ca; in the hcydey of the glory of him walking arm in arm with the John L. Sullivan, fighting was done wearer of the championship belt and style. When blood nsked: "Who's the guy with Sulliin sledge-hammspurted there was cheering at the van?" Courier-Journa- l. ringside, and gory, but handsome, deWHAT THEY SPELL scription in the sporting column? by K is for the Kingdom he possesses, who attended the the troubadours A stands for his fatal Aeroplanes; fight in rcportorial and critical ca- I means Innocents he's killed and pacity. wounded, The ancients armed the fists of S is for his deadly Submarines; fighters with rawhide, knotted and E's for every wound he's inflicted, loaded with lead, in the spirit in It means Restitution he must well, which the steel gaff was invented to Put them all together they spell Kaiorm the rooster's spurs and make ser, cock fighting bloodier, and deadlier Who'd like to turn this world into to contestants, than it othTwise a hell. Sent by Miss Alice May could be. Such boxing was a spec- Braekett, 500 Mt. Hope Ave., Cin- tacle satisfactory to a public capa- nati, Ohio. ble of witnessing without nualms gladitorial contests in which swerds Although the German strike movewere used and death blows dealt, ment appears to be on n wane, nnd vanished gladiators slain by pop largely through drastic measures by ular decree, their bodies dragged the authorities, there are threats of from the nrcna with iron hooks to lurincr demonstrations ana a continclear the ground for the next event uance of sporadic disorders. Berlin is upon the programme. under complete military control. SePugilism nowadays differs from rious disturbances occurred there early pugilism as fencing with foils Thursday, when crowds got out of differs from a duel with bnttlcaxes. hand, overturned street cars und freJohn L. Sullivan fought in a period quently collided with the police. In between the deliberate exaggeration one case the police aro said to have through the use of the ccstu- s- of charged with drawn sabers and the possibilities of the human fist as wounded thirty persons. A nationa weapon of offense and the period wide demonstration over the arrest of the minimization of those possi of Deputy William Dittmann is e bilities through tho use of threatened. gloves. In his day pugilism was thii counterpart of the impromptu fist The recent flood in tho Kentucky fight save that it was conducted un- river swept the ferry boat away at der rules and required special train- Hoonesboro. Tho bath house and ing. He was a master of natural bathing beach at that place have also bipeds, been damaged to tho combat between extent cf jev. made so as much by sheer physical oral thousand dollars. manhood as by uthletic development and study of the rules and tr'cks of g Hyomci's medication the ring. is the only sensible and safo way of treating catarrh. Goes rieht to tho Wherever admiration of a perfect physique under perfect command is spot. Iireathed through the nose and Guaranteed untempered by tho erroneous idea mouth. refunded. Sold satisfaction or money bv The I'ennv that all pugilists are abysmal brutes, Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. It seventy-five-rounbare-knuck- le four-ouncbare-hande- d germ-killin- fc - . . ISj . ' -- , ti ' m fe rw1 fcfV k R i i v to"? Jr sweetness of it baby' Grohan, the expert voice The little cry of the Lexington Herald, that echons with tho fell on the icy pavement of his city niTtr&l of tho new baby It perhsrs tho nnd was badly hurt. While Mr. Grc- fondest and most cher-!"han's country cousins are deeply recollectlen of our llr . sympathizing with him they are enThousands of mothvying him because he lives in a town er owe their preswhere stuff that sometimes makes ervation to health ami men fall can be obtained without trenrth to the) wonderful preparation Mother" sending a mail order and holding up Application Friend". IsThis Is on external applied to tho abwhich one's hand before a notary. dominal muscles. It relieves tho tension, prevent tenderness and pain at tho crista nnd enables tho nbdomen to expand gently. The given name of the new Tho muscle contract naturally after baby of Virginia, Dnvis, who was in- nrrlves ami tho form Is thus preserved. dally, It should bo augurated a few days ago, is West- morning, during appliedperiod ofnight and expectatho moreland. A man with a name like tion. Its Influence en tho flno netthat ought to be able to do things, work of nerves Isand llsamciit It Just berenders wonderful. tho skin even if wo have the assurance of our neath pliant, and In this way olds naturo them esteemed friend, Shakespeare, that to expand tho abdomen without tho usual strain when baby Is born. there is nothing in a name. Tou will find this wonderful preparation on sale at every drur store. "Mother's A Louisville judge fined 11 H. StanKrtend" I prepared by tho IlradflfM Tie DulMlnir. ley Smith $50 for running over tilator Co., Dcpt. C, 500 111. They will tend you an InCharles I Frick, of that city, with Atlanta. Interesting book, without charge, tensely That if Motherhood and tho llaby". Write them his auto and killing him. to mall It to you. It Is of the utmost Imalmost as ridiculous ns the action of portance that every expectant mother aid the Boyle county jury, which fined naturo In her worU Do not reelect for a a woman $300 for shooting the life single nlsht to uso "Mother lTUnd". It Is absolutely and entirely lufe. out of her lover. tion law he will accept it as his law, It is reported that hentless Mon as every g citizen of the days will be called off beginning state should accept any law of tho It ought to be true state. next Monday. So far as we have been able to learn At Krlanger there is a Haptist minit has accomplished very little in the ister. Rev. C. T. (.'launch, who works object sought, while putting millions very earnestly in behalf of the cause to all sorts of inconvenience and ex of prohibition. In the course of u letpense. ter to Representative W. I". Cropper, When Roosevelt was in Washing- of Hoone county, thanking him for ton regulating the universe, he and his vote in favor of submitting the Won question. Rev. Mr. Claunch this week Hilly Sunday dined together. Govder if these two most spectacular said: "I was bitterly opposed to ernor A. O. Stanley in the beginning, men in the country exchanged con. I am falling in love with fidences as to how they can become but now him." more spectacular? Similar expressions have been A woman at Vincennes, Ind., hay made by others in letters to other just married her fourth husband. She members of the Legislature and in evidently believes that marriage is i letters by the score to tho Governor lottery and having lost out in play himself. Thus fnr he has so ably out ing the gamc"so fnr, is determined played his opponents that it 's preto play it until she either wins or dicted by some of his close adherents and keen political observers that "busts." by the end of tho session the oppo A bill is before the Legislature to sition will be. reduced to such a min prohibit the sale of coco cola. I.cl imum that the split in the party, 'er pass. We've got to get used to which a month ugo seemed wreckwater some day and may be the soon- ing it, will be repaired without a er we do so the better. great ileal of difficulty. Cromwell in Cincinnati Knquirer, ADMIT STANLEY'S SINCERETV The Democratic Forward LcagueV CHANCE IN DRUG FIRM members and workers during the Having purchased Mr. W. A. Reycampagins last summer nnd autumn, nolds' interest in drug store ONLY, and during the fight to organize the I request all persons owing said firm General Assembly last month, did ev- to call nnd settle nt once. Those erything possible to convince holding accounts against the drug that Governor Stanley was in- firm aro asked to present them for sincere in his declaration to Dr. W settlement. C. L. Evans, successor Ii. O'Hannon and others that he to Reynolds & Evan, Junction City, would favor the earliest possible sub- Ky. mission of the question of state-wid- e prohibition to tho voters, and now Annanias was a liar so they say, Sapphira was a liar ho they say, their actions and their words are Hut the lies that they lied, having boomerang effect. And tho lies for which they died, Tho question is to be submitted to the people at the election on Novem- Don't compare with what a girl can do today. ber 4, 1919, the earliebt moment possible under Kentucky's constitution ABOUT CONSTIPATION and it is to bo submitted with GoverCertain article of diet tend to nor Stanley's approval and assistance check movements of tho bowels. The and he has declared thai he will, if most common of these are cheese, he is living, see to it that it is sub tea, and boiled milk. On the other hand raw fruits, especially apples mitted fairly. and bananas, also graham bread Uo has let tho people know exact and whole wheat bread promote a ly where he stands that he believes movement of the bowels. When the law more nearly bowels aro badly constipated, howtho the sure way is democratic than a prohibition law, ever, of Chamberlain's to take one or two Tablets Imme but that if tho people vote a prohibi- - diately after supper. gov-ernlaw-lovine local-opt'on responds to tho reared hero, wis marritnl trier lust Saturday to Mis I no .HhrU, mi eoodiitgly pretty and popular girl of thui ntv. Tli- v an- - now on their - ''"' fii va .ii ui. I while there w'll be tho rue''. of hi sfster. Mrr George It Tnubmnn, Mt Iwinpr Henrh. Mr. Green, who is n Mil of the late Mrs. Fannie Green, has done well since mnking Toledo his homo. Ho now has chnrse of the suit depart 'ment In the great department house I of the Koch-l-eI- I Co., and also has 'an iiflorct in the biiRinoso. He wh hero last summer with the lady h I hns just made his bride mid they jwere guests for a brief period of M.ss Sue Rout, who say she is a very chnrmlnif young woman. - daughter ft Tuilge James V. tlailey, of this itv encloses a check for her niner to April. 1919 and writes) a "The nbl In'erior is Indeed the oitV (otine''t1'nT ' uk with ilrar Kentucky tho mli uf another terrible tfrmi Wo try to feel that we are svmpathirng, but how cap we when the davs here nre glorious sunshine-anbeauty? This has been one of the fmet California winteni I hnvi-fvoxperlcnred. Really it is too fine in thnt wo have hnd very little rain and our rainy season is more thmi hnlf gone. The roes have not rrnsed bloomiiu'. Our house is tierfumod eonstnntlv with violets nnd Chinese lilies nnd the vegetation Ls gorgeous. I wish all my "snow bound" friends could enjoy this climate with mo Cordially vours. I.Ol'ISF. Ii. GREGORY. m -er 's. Mrs " I). was Mms Ixjuisn Grrgory, of Orovillo. . follows : nnd nltif m im to 11s I e vmi nri" d A HINT TO THE AGED If people past sixty years of aire could bo persuaded to go to bod ns soon as they take cold and remain in Reynolds & Gooch, the Wnynes-bur- g lied for one or two days, they would buckwheat men, have shipped recover much more quickly, especialfrom the Waynosburg depot .1,100 ly if they take Chamberlain' Cough bushels of buckwheat and they are Remedy. There would also be lirn danger of the cold being followed by still buying. any of the more serious illuos-- i Harry Harris who has a good poJ. Fox Dudderar sold to John II. sition at Fleming, was hero last week to see his parent and to appear be- Foster UO thoroughbred Hampshire- down owes at $20. fore tho lot al war board "FATHER AND SON" NIGHT At the Mipvestinn. and under the direction of the State Y. M. C. A. dtudenU' movement, it U planned to have in Stanford soon a fathers' nnd night, at which sons' local youngsters and their fnthers will meet for an owning of pleasure aid profit. The nrranvenu r.W h.ne jet been completed bu 'lief will probably bo dim uss ons of problems of interest to both, some good eats nnd a few spicy after dinner toasts. Perhaps a speaker of state-wid- e fame will speak along the same lino at one of the churches tho following Sunday. Everyone, should get behind this movement and push it to tucces. t MORROW TO ADDRESS LEAGUE Hon. Edwin I. Morrow, one of the best speakers in Kentucky, will come up from Somerset Saturday evening-an- d nddress the Liberty Service I.ongue. In order that all may be given the opportunity of hearing Mr. Morrow, tho mooting will be an open one and will be held in tho circuit court room. Remember the dale Saturday evening, Feb. 9th, at 7:lH o'clock. Mr. Morrow was nsked t come Friday but could not do so, so the meeting date was changed to Saturday so ho could be here. If You Need A Linoleum Short Length of Wool Carpet Window Shades Men's Shoes Children's Shoes A Ladies' Suit or Child's Coat Buy NOW before we move Special Prices on Lines we are discontinuing Severance & Son I The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, February fl 1 i 5, 1918 a Stay-wooM-- The First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. With. CAPITAL STOCK OF SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED Stop Livtlyl (Urns Quit wiih'Qtts-lt- " The Great Age, Never ", WITH of tho PROFITS OF $50,000.00 $37,150.00 Fail. Fainlcas. Watch my step? What's the I rii ulotiK "rIKht side, up without mrc" even with conn, liecaunn I tine (Irte-Hlm tho painless, I tried rmnn-pecorn rcmovor, other ways colore, until I was bluo ret u el kat taken every precaution lo tafeguard and protect its DEPOSIT. ORS and STOCKHOLDERS l.y jolnlni the American Bankers' the Kentucky Bankeri' Aitoctatlon, and ( alto a member of trie Federal Retervn Syatem, and lijr selecting; the following officer, and director, for the year 1918 effi-cle- 4aw'baaiaii9 OFFICERS J. S. MOCKER S. T. HARRIS II. C. HAUGIIMAN C. HAYS rOSTKR W. W. SAUNDERS C. C. McPHERSON II. L. PERKINS Pretident lit Vice Pretident 2nd Vice Preiident Cathier Individual Bookkeeper Clerk . Clerk DIRECTORS JOHN C. ROBINSON, S. T. HARRIS, C. R. COLEMAN, J. S. HOCKER, M. D. ELMORE, J. I. DUDDLKAR, WM. HECK H. C. BAUCHMAN, J. M. PETTUS, W. C. GOOCH J. C. EUIJANKS, JOHN II. FOSTER, R. C. HOCKER, J. W. WILLIAMS, R. II. WOODS Capt. J N Menefee win nt home PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Feb. 9 Thp Woman's Chili will Sunday from ('imp Znchnry Tnlor It i innounced that eighteenth meet-Ithe club rooms at 2:30 1. Little Mary Relwriii, daughter of seion of the General Conference nf Mr P W Carter, who hn been the .Methodist SI.JTto hold tho nnnual election of of- Mr and Sirs W S. Knibry, is quite Kpmopad Church. very ill. i thought to bf Improving. All members are urged to be sick. South, will convene in Atlanta. Cn , ficer. Mr K K McRoherta, of I.inrn-to- r Thursday. Slay 'JL. and wII be Mr. It Cobb, Junt over the lin in present. in was the- rii' "f M Ttm M io- - for pliont three week. As tin; Ilojle. wont tip to Richmond thi Philip. tr. and Sirs Brnnaton Elder morning. r'"f(f--.c- p i rr rnoety on, nce The ngf d Mr Iatuic G J"is n spent Sunday with Sirs Kldei's part, Mia Florence Sprngctis, of nr ' -- rs -- r I s he h'ljhest court ents at Brotlhend. i the guest of her brother. tinue very ill at hi bom" out on th of di h'i"eh h" m"ct ng i being Knob Lick pike. Mr. J. B. Ituck and pretty daugh- Prof I) II Sprnpen 'oo'-nfnewird tn with croBt interest K. .Miller, who If Mr C. ters, bf (liibert's Crock, have been Mr (i II Cooper has been confinMtri'-di- t tbrot'ffhout the South with her mother, Mr Mattie Nevius ed to her room by illness for sever-n- l the gupst of hor broth-- " M J. C. Mnv 'mnortsnt mttrs will cmc Kubanks, left Mondov for homo befo- -t the lodv for settlement, the Mr. John T Blnnkohship contindays, but i much better. He has been ue ill nt hi home Mr. J W. William i up from at Rochester, III. met Iwinrtant lieing th" question Mrs. M. L. Myers snpnt sever! whl-- h hn been ng tut ng the denomiconfined to hi bod for up vera I week Knoli Lick todnv She say her hus- day in Iiuisville w'h father nation for the Mr. V. II rodd, of l.ineastcr, Imnd is erv much Imnrnved four veiir aptl was the guest last week nf Mra. C. jjrs. T A. Rice has retunie.l to Mr. Joe Goode. who ' tliera with hi which ho boon approved bv mnny rf on. How en Goode. liny lVter nnd Mi Lle Cooper. m,r home in Stanford nftr vimt tho sept'onnl conference- s- that of U- - U , A I. ....,,!.. ,. W. L. McCartv rid L. K Hmdie organic .1. If.... iiun.n. Advocate I.ij ....1.1. ,1...r Muiii.iuii friend in thi cit union of the Northern nnd City druggist, mill man, farmer, etc , Mini Serena Young, who ha jut arc attending the rale of the effect Southern SIethodit Churches Miniswm in the cit on business Sat- finished a teim of the (Ireen ri.'cr of the late "Poor" John Taylor in ter of both bodies in Louisville etc., urday. school, went to Itiihmond thi morn- Marion county todny. the belief that the union will be Mrs L .11. IPIton nnd handsome John Field, of the West Knd, ua ing to enter K K N. S voted nn favorably by n very large son, James fiutner Hilton, are Lexington ngnin last week tring In lilton Powell leae todiy for little majority in the conference. to get into the army He think be Iiexlngton, where he will make an visiting the former' parents, Mr. will make It tbl timr effort to get in the shipbuilding de- nnd Mr. J. II. Cnss, at Rrodhead. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES who has ben Mr J. A. SlcRobcrt. who for the partment of L'nrle S.mi'n army. Ilruce Reuben Lowrv, aged 87, is dead post evunil day has Ik en quite ink Rev W. K. Arnold, pressing elder farming with A. J Thnmnon, just at Newby, Madison county. I greatly improved, we nre glnd to of thi district, has been critically ill over the line in Uoyle, for the past Mr. Nnnn e Cox, formerly of g1 ay. II. M. Nop, of Stanford, wpsj for noiiie time at hi home at Ft four year, hn moved lis family to Danville, is dead in Louisville. wrry, less, nn town nnd will likelv go to railroad-- Grant County New. hero the Intter part of the wek Thomas. Mrs. Sarah Jane Pence, nged 09 stipation CamphelUville Lieut Woodard, of Camp Shelby, ing if he cannot rent a farm in the years, died Rt Ford of pneumonia, bes'r and most eomfo'r..fh menting waste .,0'c . out homes in the Eaat End. The outbuild I. U Saunders, of Crab Orcbnrd. Mi, wu here Saturday with Mr. next day or so. George M. Kiscr, a Winchester nf iVtrt lifttl ula nti.l ..11 . with the 1,ouisvi11p Furnishing Com- Clmrlea Pendleton en route back 1 1 a Tho,,.,!, ,n. ,mjs "I? numsrous and in good e- newspapers men, has left the Demo nlavful child ;,n,n,-. : pair. mere nre seven acres n the :. -- e.: i, .u. pany, ha been on the icl. list for the camp after a iit to homefolk TOR MR. AND MRS. THOMPSON crat to go with an oil machinery com, .:.lA i iS ,.,L.lnaiJ . lot and one of the best gardens .,. the ..-- r It ", On Saturday evening Sims SlHry eeral day but expects to be well at London pnny. county Cistern close to door The trVatmentKlVcn enough tn tart hi trip next Mm u Kmma Hays, of thi oflire Bailey was hostess nt an elaborate ('. IJ. Martin, the Danville grocer L0,,1'0.,, HVl Beware of counterfeit fig svrups. e dinner, com- and all o week. Drummers Column. Lexing- ha been invited to be one of the meat man, will close out his busi- Ask your druggist for a t newly-wedSir. Furoi' ire. vihior ' ton leader. "California peaker at the IJible clas banqu. t plimentary to the ness and retire. ,ii,n;.;i,. of Figs," Vltll- - and?cJold irml K,chJncorn, fodder :... "u: hn nnd Sirs C h.irlcs Thompson, of ....j u.. .... kv.tvi.a James Cooper, a Centre student, to lie gueii by the Christian uuuica, Sirs. Al'ce Spalding, aged 09, wife dren of all ages and ui k.i and all. for grown-up- s Sirs. Thompson, was forbeen appointed to Chicago I, jlly cj,0j ,,t Lelianon Junction or. Terms will be announced on day of J. W. Spalding, died at her home plainly printed on the bottle. Look merly SI is Pattye Perkins, of thj m Lebanon, sale. for training in the Aviation brunch JThun-daewning, February 21et. after a long illness of curefullv and see that it is made by of For further particulars call on or the "California Fig Syrup Company. of the army, left yesterday for thati Clarence Cooper went to Lexing-poin- t. city. The table was beautifully dec- tuberculosis. , nddress "Coop" i a great favorite ttiin morning. From there he orated with pink and white carnt-tlon- s Mrs. Sue Dalton Reese, wife of MRS. A. H. STIGALL'S HEIRS,' J. L. Harrison, of White Pines. 9- - It and smilax, place cards vvre Chester E. Reese, of Lexington, is among the students and faculty will likely be sent to Columbus, 0., Crab Orchard, Ky. Tenn., bought in this county last rt Danville Messenger. for training In the aviation depart- miniature Cupids and the cakes w-dead at Harrodsburg, where she went week 150 hogs, varying in weight d and in pink nnd white. to visit her parents. from 75 to 250 pounds, at 15 to 10c. Mi. J. II. Willi, of Crab' Orchard ment of thp army. This give Mr. Springs, win here this morning re- and Mrs. George II Cooper two sons Covers were laid for the following Mrs. Lizzie Graves was given a guets: .Mr. anil .Mrs. Thompson, Sir. judgment of $2,050" agninst the citv in tho sen-ice- . turning from n visit to her son. L. Beazley & Co.. A. Carter, of the Wrought Prescott Brown and SIis Slary Bai- of Lebanon, for a fall she .u?tnincd Carl Willis, of Nichohrsvillo While here Mrs. Willis was the guet of Iron Range Co , armed Monday n ley, Mr Hartwell Shanks and Sliss on the streets there. Sam 1 1 ill and France Embry, son Preston Green, the Mr. J. C. Ilailey and Mi Ophelia isit his wife and son for a few lays. .Miss Rachel Hill, Sir. Hugh He'd Fos. Sir. headquartering He has been nt Lapkcy. of Walker Green, died at their honi' ter and Sliss Allie Russel Fish and Fred (Jnrnett and family nrP soon Iliintsville, Ala., but has been trans- Sir James Bailey. Sir. Prescott at Kord Saturday as a 'result of a fall ferred to Wilton, La., for which place while skating on ice. to leave Stanford, very much to the Brown gave a picture show party The Rev. Elijah Crow dor, 15, was '.Mr be will leave last of the week. regret of their many friend the Mime evening in honor of the drowned in swollen Laurel Lincoln newly-wed- s river near Dr. W. It. t Hatinon, Gnrnctt, who has been with the L. A: nnd the members of the Corbin, while trying to cross in a Phone 42, Stanford, K N. for many year, has been given a county Representative in the Lower dinner party were the gues-ts- . boat. He leaves a wife and four chilsoft berth nt his old homo town. House at Frankfort, spent Saturday This dren. Cave City, and will go down and and Sunday nt his home here. He Undertaker ABOUT 200 IN CLASS NO. 1 Embalmei nlone splendid, soothing cream Is not Sam Ljons, who has been agent a delightful massage cream, says the Legislature i moving along take charge. The local wnr hoard has been busy Courier-Journa- l but is one of the most valuable emolMr. and Mrs. James Mr Hep left nicely nnd that he expects much good for tho past week examining and for the sale of the Undertaker -- - Embalmei lients you can have to relax saggy-skiSunday for Washington City, where work to be done during the scss.cn. classifying men for service in the ar- and Enquirer in Danville for 50 years, has sold the agency to L J. .1 G. Weatherford and my. 112 were examined and 200 or a lucraMr. Mcllee hn been and wrinkles. Cocoa Buttpr is tive nml responsible clerkship in the family have moved back to Huston thereabout of them were placed in Slnnnini. n very absorbing and healing oint C. C. Thomas has resigned as See- Mr Mcllee will ville nfter four years' sojourn in Class No. 1, which menus that they department. war retaiy-SInnagi of the Richmond ment and is splendidly adapted for look around the capital city nnd if Stanford. Much regret i expressed are now ready for training fi of the the healing nnd prevention of chaphe find anything he particularly at the departure of thi splendid men examined were those of the first Chamber of Commerce, to accept n position ns Assistant State Inscpctor like, will locate there While Mr family, and the many friends fanned call and the majority of them passed anil ped lips, face and hands. This cream Evamlner at Frankfort. nnd Mr. Mclleo uro absent their lit- here indulge the hope that they may muster and were placed In the first will positively not grow hair. 00c The maninge of Sliss Gertrude tle sou, Jimhos, i with relatives in again corae b iek and call Stanford class. The board on Slonday received for n generous jnr. Sold on Money-BacConn to Sir. Hubert II. Ro.vse was tho West Knd. home. wire stating that 31 men, or the reC. McCLARY celebrated nt the home of the bride Guarantee. maining of the white men of the first all, be notified to lie in readiness; in Nicholasvillo Saturday afternoon Offl rbon 1T Ilorat Fhon It that they would be called to move to at t o'clock, the Rev. Mr. Donk, of the Presbterinn church, otlicmtmg. Camp Taylor in the next few dnv CENT-A-WOR- D ADS Oscar N. Johnson, who shot Wal It is probable that the colored men 1 f.Vdi litre word men UUf, ch ter Uice, from the effects of which wnn nrutr re rent a nun Sic rscli liue J no a leii Opposite Court Home will not be called until warmer weath Because It I useful in so many ways, u good hot water bottle is a real lie died, wept bitterly in his cell in Notary public blanks for sale nt home necessity. In serious illness vour phvsidau will iuIvimj regarding or, the Paris Jail when told of Rise's this office. its uho. but for the nurnoses listed below, or for any immoso whore tho application of heat s beneficial, n rubber hot water bottiu will give very ttt&XcJUL Store death. A dispatch from Pans state s FOR SALE. A good pair of work How's This? iuablc service. that Johnson may plead tho "un mules. Come at once. One Hundred Dollars RcwnrJ We offer J. II. Brown 14. Keep Ruby's Food 28. Sunstroke Ileadacho for any case of Catarrh that cannot be written law" Phone No. 27 Stanford, Ky. Ing, Stnnford, Ky. 11-Warm 21). Frostlute cured by Hall's Catarrh MeJIclne llnckacho The Flambeau Oil Company, of Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken 15. Sore Muscles 30. Fcvor Cramps by catarrh sufferers for the pist thirty-fiv- e Philadelphia, which recently drilled If.. Hruisp ' years, an J has become known as tlis tv6 wells a few miles south of Leb.11. Convulsions Sleeplessness 17. Kn niche, most reliable remedy for Catarrh Hall's .12. Pninful Eyes 18. Melancholia Toothncho Catarrh Medicine arts thru the Wood on anon, at a cost of (15,000, both of n.1. Tonsilitis Cold Feet 19. Cold in Chest tho Mucous surfaces, expelllnc tho Pol. which proved dry holes, has announcson from I lie niood and heaUnc the dis7. First Aid In Mns-- 20. Keep Haby Warm 31. Apoplexy ed that it will drill two or three eased portions. 21. Delirium toidltia :!. First Aid in ApAfter jou hive taken Hall' Pit.irrh wells in the western part of the counIs the "Motto'1 Now in Every Business pendicitis 22. Indigestion 8. Rheumatism ynu will see a Medicine for shore tlnio 211. Inflammation .10. Lumbago 9. Noso Bleed ' treat Impro.cmenl ii vo'ir ventral ty 37. Mumps 10. Nervousness 21. Hiccoughs ncatlh Ft.nt tnklnit lldl'r Catarrh Modi The home of Leslie Lanham, ensh-ie- r We will apply it this year, especially to our credit .18. Boils 2C. Coughs "tne nt on d u I rid of rmurrh, Send 11. Chills of the First National Hank of for teillniniilsls free 39. Neuralgia 12. Colic 2t'. Neuritis business, so we kindly ask you to pay cash for seeds, CMI:NKV .' CO. Toledo. Ohio. F J. Corbin, burned, with nil of its con27. First Aid In Shock 40. Stiff Joints 13. Sons Throat tv. enld ill !rii" as we have to pay cash. High prices requires more R. W, Hatfield, who had rooms tents. Call your physician immediately In caso of Nos. 7, 17, 21, 20, 28, .10, Wc James G. .Mctcalf, master of trains up stairs, had 125 to go up in tho money to handle our business so please 31, 34 and 35, using hot water bottle while awaiting his arrival. have a complete lino at $1.00 to $2.00 Each. for the L. & N., with hendqnr.ers ut flumes. The homo of James Downwith us in this conservation and not force us to put Pari, has been appointed bv tho gov- ing, assistant cashier of the bank was any notes and accounts in an attorney's hands for ernment n mnster of trains in considerably damaged ns was the o ' collection. Very respectfully, W. H. HIGGINS France. He has been commissioned a of Dr. J. II. Parker, L. & N. phy2, Tclephono No. Stanford, Ky, E. R, Coleman, Prop, first lieutenant. sician ut Corbin. -Sh-inkn tf Hus-tonvil- le Tourh any nrer falls two drops ofcorn or " s 'ClUa-lt,with 'XlelB-lt- " it a a does the rest urid relief to b nhlo to stop cutting corns, making them bleed, wrapping them up like packnses nnd using sticky tape and salves It removes any corn clear and rlein, leavlnc palm You the toe nn smooth ns enn wear thoe new shoes without be frlskv on our pain, dnnre nnd feet. It's preat to uo "flets.lt MOets-It- '' Is sold at all druKKlst (you need pay no mote tlinn 2 rents bottle), or sent on receipt of price by B Tjiwrcnce A Co, HilcaRO III Sold in Stanford nnd recommended ns the world's best corn remedy by The Penny Drug Store. tnl-lu- Corfu SlnplyCan'tStoput, We uie"Cllt"! tho . In tho faco and rel In '(Jets-It- tors No It more for me. Vnn or Missionary Society The Woman of the Christinn church will meet In the lecture room of the church nt 0 Wednesday nftcrnoon. The Ladles' Aid Society of tho Baptist rhiirch will moot with Mn. K. C Wnlton nt her homo on Lany caster street nt thn usual hour, nflornoon, tho 8lh. W, N. Ilrincy, pastor of the . Broadway Chr'stinn church In Louis villo, was tendered t rr II to the pn 'tornte nf lb" Hrst Chr'stinn chu-c- h of Hlrhmoi'l rt t congregational inoptln' Si'fihv morning. I ai me- - rniipt r -- ervi'P 01 mo i Mn'hoil Episcopal Sunday-- I Vio- -t md-'mrn mjj nt I.ox'ngton wii roted to tfivo n twenty-fiv- e h' 't rt mn to each child of "nttda'-a'hp' who started to - n hoeV nf r'nnw, "hi mV bbV f'is of Sit. Vor- r'h'-'tnChurch, John W. n n, tn"r,r b- -s received n lspje of lhir ward, little Miss ' " Irei- - Sn1ml. aged 11, of rhristm Chu rh Orphans Homf,1 Lou'srille. The picture was brought n Sunday Srhnol l?l Sunday and1 2:-3Frl-Idnrr ' ol e TE CHURCHES FOR 8ALB One big type Poland PARLOR GROVE Mr. Will Horton was n business China boar, sixteen month old. Pedigree furnished. J. V. SIcGulre, visitor In Stanford Friday. d, Ky. Mr. Will Hell, of Rowland, visited HMp relative Mr. W, F. Sim I 'ewed bv onirer nnd pleased itmr-dimi eye. Th iirture ind'eatos that shf is n br'ght intelligent and fine looking girl. The clasu will have her visit a number of ML Vernon homes next summT mh their guest. Jit. Vernon Signal. 1 J" - -- Kills-Iniri- f-- I I I ln d hr 1r pt px-p- re gu here last Sunday. FOR SALli A yearling-7nspent Sunday lost bull, thoroughbred, but can't be with Mr.'nnd Mr. Richard Webb. Price right. W. L. Nrt.l, Mr. nnd Mr. A. II. Wyllc visited Morcl.mil. 2 Mr. nnd Mrs. Alva Morgan last week. l)nn I rnylor' LOST. Hctwecn Miss Juanlta Giimorc left Monday nnd W. SI. Hright's on Saturday u for Rfchmond. where she will attend slicker coat. Leave at this office and school, get reward. Il-l- p .Mr. Calhoun ha purchased the MONFJY TO LOAN $ MOO an.i fnrm formerly owned by Mr. Sam up on improved farm lands in Lin Wright. C per cent. Rufp Mr. nnd Mrs. William Recce spent coln county. 10-Ashurst, Somerset, Ky. one dnv lnt week with Mr. and Mrs. SALESMEN WANTED to soficlt II. F. Saundors. Mr. Alvin Padgett has sold his orders for lubricating oils, grcapo store bulld'nT nnd stock of goods to nnd paint. Salary or Commission'. Address the Hnrvcy Oil Co., CleveMr Jnkc Wilson. lp Mr. Crawford Rell visited Mr. nnd land, 0. .Mrs. Jnmcs Hoskino at Crab Orchard FOR SALE Millctt rn ' poavino hay, baled and $2fi per ton. On fiw. fnv days Inst week. Evans, fnrm Orelnrd. Sou SI'. James Hoskins of Crab Or- - John Hutchjnnear Cr.ib fnrm. on the chord, is visiting Mrs. Crawford Hell "FOR RENT The Helm horn and "d Mrs. George Perkins. lot on Danville avenue. Houe in Ilughee failed to keep his np-t- h good condition and desirable local-tioRev. Immediate possession Se or pointment here, on account of the nhone II. J. McRoborts. '""I eondition of the roads. SO FOR SALE Thoroughbred iIr. and Mrs. Alva .Morgan nre the ewe, bred to an nroud parents of a little girl, Naomi Hampshire-dowimported buck, due to lamb Feb. 10. Sfurrcll, born January 11th Sir. Lccman Singleton has pur- These' nre extra nice ones. J. Stanford. chased a small farm of Sir. Ed Smith SILAGE I have for sale I2J toiw nnd will build on it in the near fuof good quality corn silage. ture. Good shelter good ottentioM. Mrs. Vcrna Reynolds nnd daugh- Will be fed as and desired. Phone, write ter, and .Miss Kttu Reynolds, of the or call on Hartwell at LinWnyncsburg sect'on, visited nt W. F. coln County Nationnl Unnk, StanKy. ford, Sinii over Sunday. LOST on Whitley avenue or Jlisses Dolly, I.onada anil Wilmn pike a small cretonne travelSim and Slessrs. Oliver Sims and John Waddle, were visitor in the ing ca?e, containing n pair of gold noe glasses with chain, gold neck home of W. F. Sims lat Sunday Representatives of a Chicago oil chain with peuil crosa rnd other hi ti comtmnv mMriiQnd n mm.tim- - t.f des Please leave at tin oilicc. L:b- land owners at the Walnut Grove (l'ral rcxvar1 Schoolhouse Saturday of last week. IMPORTANT Sir. Farmer, oii are going to be mighty busy with MOTHER! DON'T TAKE 0ur plowing when the ground thaut I up. CHANCES IF CHILD'S t You had better, awav. ?e TONGUE IS COATED E. T. Pence, Jr., or H. C. Andrron If Croit, Feverlih. Sick, Bilioui about tho Twentieth Century Furm Horse, or you may not get your orClean Little Liver And der in in time to get one. Invpstignte Bowel, 10-this right away. A Inxative today saves a sick child , tomorrow. Children simply will not' PUBLIC SALE uikc tne time trom play to empty their bowels, which become dogged up with waste, liver gets sluggish, We will sell at public auction at stomach sour. 10 A. M., Look at the tongue, .Mother! If coated, or your child is listless, cross, ON SATURDAY, FEB. 9th. 1918 feverish, breath bed, restless, doesn't The ent heartily, full of cold or has son- - our home owned A.and occupied by mother,. Sirs. II. Sligall. iIt .... is . .v.. throat or any other children's ail i........i' .i i ments, give a teaspoonful of "Call- - " 1.?" , ,o., HSl-'aJVownS- " " "' I! forni!i tf n. 2-- tf n lp first-class, I 11-t- f. tf Slet Kfcc "n"" Npws-Journ- WntlvBve SZA - .xl ." ' four-cours- s. fel It T? nr Sun-havin- g fn -- ,,, heart-shape- Che-nau- lt J. Harmony Cocoa Butter Cold Cream - n gin 1 Biflnr jTijrHiirii J. k 40 Uses for a Hot Water Bottle Lincoln Pharmacy Tio tf . ft "CONSERVATION" co-oper- The Penny Drug Store rf-flc- v. - , i ,.r, M . '" .. ?STJ"r"f i't'-- T ' r " , v y aP f ?. V. : . r! v v If fr tr 4 Whole Wheat or Graham Flour in 6, sacks. Call and vour Grocer: he has it. J. H. Baughman & Co. nd LAND, STOCK AND CROP FOREST NOTES Nearly half a million people use R. F. Robinson sold to M. T. Miat nor, also of Doyle, n team of mules the Pike National Forest, In ColoSays Womea Pay Too Much Ifaed To this writing. rado, each year for recreation. for $C00. fiutrad Of Thalr Their The total amount of timber cut on Mr, Earl Russell has been laid up J. II. Spurllng, of Taylor county, Corai sold seven mules to different parties the National Forests In the fiscal with the measles. year of 1917 was 840,612 000 bonrd Mrs. J. Drntcher's sevcro cold Is for $1,200. Vatch your step I A brisk, lively somewhat Improving. E. G. Hickley, of Doyle, had n feet, as against 714,505,000 board n love step is what charms more than Mr. Will Dcnkc Is spending sev- fine yearling colt to kill Itself by feet In 1910. ly DKin, out your nign nccis nnvc falling on the ice. Studies at the Forwtt Products corns nnc! you limp a little. eral weeks with his parents. caused That' had. Hrls. unit vou know It. T. Durdcttc, of Marion county, re- Laboratory, at Madison, Wis., have Dor.n, to the wife of Mr. R. neck-oCorns destroy beauty nnd grace, be cently purchased 12 mules at from shown thnt Slnglemann spruce treattho 18th, a fine baby boy. sides corns nro vorv oaay to remove. ed by tho sulphite process gives a The wedding bells will soon be $165 to $185 per head. Hid Tour fcot of every corn by nsk Forest Rose, of Hcmple, Mo., re- pulp that compares very favorably in ing at any drug store for a quarter ringing. Can you guess who? Mr. J. Oldham is doing some very cently bought a son of the Poland color and strength with that of white of an ounce or rroMone. mis win rost little but la sufficient to remove important work at Father Leo's. spruce. China boar, Dig Giant, for $750. or callus every hnrd or soft corn W. C. Cull, of Chrlstiansbutg, had About 200 board feet of wood Li Mr. D. G. Russell has moved his from onos fcou calves drowned. The used In the actual construction of seven A tnw ilrom nnnlled directly Upon family back to their former home. a tender, touchy corn relieves the Miss Anna Schmitz was out mo- animals broke through the ice at the the average airplane. To obtain this soreness and soon the ontire corn, toring with friends last Sunday. edge of the pond they were trying to material it is ordinarily necessary to Toot nnd all, lifts right out without work over about 1,500 fpet of select Mr. William Anderson is moving drink from. pain. At M. Wilson and Son's sale in lumber, which often represent all This frecione Is (rummy substnnco his family to tho vacant house of and aimply Mrs. J. Foos. 0 hich dries instantly Jessamine county, 50 shocks of corn that can be used for airplanes of shrivels up the corn without innnm board feet of standing timber. Mr. Fred Goetz Is tossing his hat sold at $80 per shock nnd corn in irritating the surround ing or even According to one of the Gorman in the air over the arrival of n big tho crib sold at $8.10 to $9. Fodder ini skin. sold nt 3Cc per shock. forestry journals, tho Kaiser, in 1908 Women must keen In mind that baby girl at his home. Mr. W. C. Carpenter, of Perry-vill- killed 1,995 pieces of wild game, incornless feet create a youthful stop Mr. and Mrs. John Popcnhagcn which enhances her nttrracttvoness shoats cluding 70 stags, oik and roebuck. sold 25 head of havo returned from a month's visit to Clelland Clnunch nt $1(1.50 per At thnt time ho had slaughtered a to relatives In Wisconsin. MISS BELL. CAINS PRIZE Our school has closed for several hundred; and a fine cow and calf to total of 61,730 pieces of gnme, more Robert Some weeks ago Eld. thnn 4,000 of which were stags, and weeks on account of tho bad weather Robert Cox for $100. Advocate. pastor of Turnoravlllo Campbell, John Dunn, of llarrodsburg, pur- was the leading exterminator of wild but wc hope to start with full speed Christian church, made a very in chased of Luke Hansborough, a pair life in tho world. As a slaughterer soon. ntniclivc talk to the Sunday School mules of men, women and children since Misses Irma Foos nnd Elizabeth of along the lines of reading and study Stickler have recently recovered for $G25. Mr. Hansborough sold to 1914, however, ho has been the foro-moing the niblc while they wens young exterminator of human life in from a severe case of measles, and J. A. Stanley a horse mule for $275. and their minds so susceptible to im W. D. Mclntyre, of Dourbon, sold nil history. gone to visit friends at ('amp advised their memorizing have last week to n Georgia buyer, 20 Sherman, O. golden texts and leading verses in head of mules nt $200 each. Mr. Mc- EAT WITHOUT FEAR the Sunday School lessons. In con- OLD STANFORD RESIDENT OF INDIGESTION OR lntyre also sold the same buyer four clusion ho offered a prize to the pupil GIVEN UP BY PHYSICIANS head of draft liorncs at frum $225 to SOUR, ACID STOMACH up by five doctors, my on"Given ho first memorized and recited to ly hope an operation. I rebelled on $250 each. "Pape' DUpapttn" their teacher the fifth, .sixth and sev- cutting me open, as I am 75 years Live Stock In the United States on Imtant Relief! enth chapters of Matthew. A number old. A neighbor advised trying Mayr's End Your Stomach Diitrrtt 1, was valued at $841,000,-000,00January of pupils entered the contest but Miss Wonderful Remedy for stomach trouTry It the Department of Agricul.Matilda Bell, the bright little daugh- ble. I got relief right away. I had not ture announced recently. This is an as 10 days eaten Wonder what upset your stomach ter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dell, nnd a low as forgold piece. nnd was have yel- increase of a billion and n half dollivI could a which portion of the food did the member of Miss Rcssie Hill's class, ed only n few days but this damage Io you? Well, don't bother. lars over last year. was the first to memorize the scrip- medicine." It Is a simple, harmless revolt; if If J. T. McGurk, of Lexington, has sick,your stomach is in n what VOU preparation that removes the catarX. ture and gained the prize. irn.uv nnc! timet, and rhal mucus from the intestinal tract bought of Mayor James V. Thackcr just ate has fermented nnd turned c farm nt a reported price sour; hcncl imzy and acnes; ncirn and allays the inflammation which his MINE HOST E. V. CARSON causes practically all stomach, liver of $40,000. The farm is located cases and acids and cructato undi News como from Hustonvillo that and intestinal ailments, including applace on the gested food; breath foul, tongue n pendicitis. One dose will convince or three miles from this Everett V. Carson, the just take a little I'ane s old Oxford pike Georgetown News. coated in It Din pons to hcln neutralize acidity and popular farmer and handler of money refunded. !!. and in five minutes you wonder what Col. S. T. Harris nnd Robert Aberdeen-Angu- s cattle of the West Woods sold to Joe Jordan, of Atlan became of the indigestion and dis End, has rented the Wcatherford M. ta, a handsome gelding for $250, tress. will take Hotel at Hustonvillo and Millions of men and women today They also sold a couple of fine mare know Headquarters for that it is needless to have dyscharge March 1st. The I. J. will wag mules to the same gentleman. J. L. pepsia. A little Diapepsin occasionaler that he will make good as mine Best Fire and Life Insurance Beazlcy sold to same party a gelding ly keeps tho stomach sweetened and host. they cat their favorito foods without Phones 168, 45 Stanford, Ky. for $150. Millions of bushels of wheat arc fear. If your stomach doesn't take care Don't build new homes during the available in Australia to feed the of your liberal limit without rebelwar, except when the need is urgent, armies of th Allies, if only ships can lion: If vour food is a damage in in order to save labor and mntcrial flT I rrprrtenl tha Urrut ud beat maaa-tbe obtained, declared the former stead of a help, remember the quick eraVr clothlnf boom la IhU eoantrr essential to the prosecution of the est, surest, most reliei Is Mr Si V. Prle an4 O., Ohifft. lit. tha mak Premier of South Australia in a plea Pape'a Diapepsin, harmlesscosts only which war, said Secretary McAdoo yester- prlent la mntiii and dirertinf workmen to become fifty cents for a larco case at drug ma tha adrantafff to American at tuir elothM. Wm in day in an appeal to the public. OTr on who li aot a practical tailor. If 700 shipbuilders in order to hasten the stores. It's truly wonderful it stops arm aire ma Tour order, I win arotaiaa yau. a and acidity and sets deal. Tcm will n tha worth at yaar Govmmcnt's shipbuilding programme fernrentation Ninety-si- x German alien enemies Kar either in tha ckeapcat grade or tar Doner, to supply men and food for democ thingsit straight, so gently and easily Ur in Louisville registered at the city alaaar rjrleaa. is really astonishing. that FALL AND hall yesterday, and thousands thru-o- Uaa of aamplM U now WINTER roar la racy. ready far AN AUTO FOR COL. MARET the country gave in their names paetloa. Cau bow aad Ut dm ihow WAR SAVING STAMPS. Practical TaUar TDI From along the route of Doone finger prints and photographs to the tvUJTLiCil BTAXroBO. Kt One very good way to help the Way from Kenton, Ohio, and Louisproper authorities. Federal Government and to help ville, Ky., to Doone Park and Lexyourself at the same time is by the ington, N. C, from time to time have CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS purchase of War Saving Stamps and come suggestions that the originator esrheso Tablets are intended Thrift Stamps. These stamps are in of this highway be presented nn aupecially for disorders of the stomach, reach of the masses. Everybody can- tomobile. Friends, to a movement, liver and bowels. If you are troubled FARM LOANS not buy Liberty bonds, but practical- with this idea In view, have named constiwith heartburn, indigestion or ly everybody can assist in this way a committee of four Mt. Vernon citOrar 3 Million Loaned Tkrongli pation thjeyjvjlldjrougoodL and it is a splendid way to save izens to enrry out the suggestion. A TnU Ofieo Baugh-man'- s money and to cultivate the hnblt of banker, a merchant, nn attorney and economy and thrift. Pennies make an insurance man compose this comdollars and if everybody buys War mittee, which has devised n business 12, INSURANCE Stamps it will mean a lot of money like system for the campaign. Lit for Uncle Sam's war chest, and those 24-pouBLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE who invest the money will be doing erature will be mniled out to friends nnd good roads people all along the Laiingtoa, Ky. themselves a substantial benefit. A line, setting forth reasons why this Cfcoaptida & Short large amount of money is "fooled old road man's stunts of from 1,000 away" every day of the world on to 4,000 miles per year in his work purchases that arc useless, next to as inspector on State-airoads useless or worse than useless. It only should be reduced to n small fraction GIRJ t t The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, OTTENHEIM STEP Til AT ATTRACTS! Mrs. P. Schnltzlcr Is very low. Mrs. Sua Russell is improving Tuesday, February '5, 1918 WHAT AMERICA WANTS Unity, hnrmony, efficiency, results I These are the demands of th? patriotic American people, who practical-cl- y care nothing for politics, lut everything fit thflr country. I hey are not unc'ini'dMit Neither are they diiappi nt it, I'hev npprccls . thu miracles ii'i'ndy wrought. They love the president nnd give him their d faith. They thank God for our Allies without whom they probably could not have stopped the enemy from occupying most of the United States east of the Pacific. They will follow Washington to tho end of tho chnpter. They will accept nothing but victory. Meanwhile they want the speediest efficiency In war administration because they want speediest peace. whole-souldc- ITS YOUR Fc FOR WOMAN'S EYE The Mississippi Velley cm of women's uiuds win oe Chicago next month. Twentv-flv- e women ar ns elevator conductors In on York department store. Forty-fiv- e young women am tnbtnir rouriei In loumall the Unverslty of Wisconsin. !.'' Mrs. John qulnnctw, or . Moines. Is supporting an Invaltf band nnd several children by rlrl a coal truck. TV, tttontnatrnl fneultv of thfl i n m vcrsity of Heldclburg has glvek'. first permission to a woman to 500-poun- d 15,-00- e, d four-year-o- st s 0, armv of women between 16 ana i win nf airn In theInnext three mOTl New York 8U to work on farms NEARLY 800 ACRES TOOLED next summer. (j Quite a crowd of farmers gatherTYia, nnw wAmnn'l division of ed at the court-hous- e Saturdny af- United States Department of Lsb ternoon to henr Mr. E. L. Harrison din tho diitlnrtton of belne the flr nnd other experienced hemp men Government department creaiea e from Loxlngton speak. They told of cluslvely for womea. the necessity of organisation among farmers and growers ond showed A1tt.n.mti nn nfflMal ririimniftns4 q .. . -how other counties had profited by , tlon hns been received as yet frofS; the farmers getting together. Some Gen. Pershing, It Is understood that, 'w. 800 or more ncres of hemp was pool-oSecretary Raker has determined usw1 ., but no price was fixed for tha on Mnj. Gen. Peyton C. March ' ; sale of it. Tho farmers will have Acting Chief of Staff of the Army, If , V meeting nt the court-hous' he can be spared from his duties M Saturtlay nftcrnoon nnd It is jirob-obl- e tho expedition--; Chief of Artillery of that other fnrmers will get into forces. Gen. Dliss, the Staff , tho pool. The question of fixing n iry Chief, will remain In Franco as Om, price will be discussed. U rf nermnnent rcnreacntntlvo of thf United SUtcs on tho Supreme WnrProtecting his mother, it is said, Pm tnt1 against abuses of his stcpfnthcr, Harry Adams was shot by '.. ..-.- .. & the foster parent, James Clark, in livriij their mountain home near Hunting- nnd seven officers lost their when a Dritish boarding steamer was ton, W. Vn. tnrnpilnpil nnd sunk hv a submarine rn MiiUtprrani.n. , nr. 1" . . ... lly reason of a break in the wa- In th ter main near Cntlettsburg, Ashland cording to an olllclul announcement hns been without wnter for two days. made in London. turn m .Imwvam tn tnnnlrtfTV. TIIam. nil) tm.lar uratf tn ralaA J 4 lulls miim" " s '- ( ba t """" j d, nrt-oth- e .....,.. ,-- ...... 240-acr- 'v well-know- R. NEWLAND Corduroy Suits J- - For Men and Boys To the Public: w. CRAB ORCHARD. E. PERKINS KENTUCKY ut H"1 DI CV ra 5 Per Cent Cremo Dairy Feed Feed your milk cows Cremo Dairy Feed. It is a mixture of Cotton Seed Meal, Alfalfa Meal, Gluten Feed, Molasses ond Mill Feed. We hava 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. You can buy W. KING & SON d J.H. Baughman & Co. KooarottTiD M E N lllllla 9mMrJwillIIIlll'IMXjGII requires the saving of a few pennies to get in on the stamp proposition. It is an net of patriotism to do so, but it is also an net of sound sense from every standpoint. The Unitpd States must win the present war and in order to win the people must furnish the "si'-ewof war." Rig, little, old and young may assist by purchasing War Savings Stamps and It is not a donntinn, for Uncle Sam will pay you 4 nor cent interest compounded quarterly and your money buck on January 1, 1923. s of the foot mileage he's been making in the past. Mt. Vernon Signal. I. ! V'.A ui ' , s k.,.1 &" This cold weather demands the warm garments, and one of the most sensible investments thatcan be made now is the purchase of an Overcoat or a Mackinaw at our present old LOW PRICES. Mm IIItlin illUMr m Hil ft . a 1 m. IV ROBINSON'S a :l - 7 WHEN YOU HAVE A COLD It is when vou have a severe cold thnt you appreciate the good qualities of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Mrs. Frank Crocker. Pana, 111., son, Paul writes: "Our caucht u severe cold last winter that settled on his luncs nnd he had ter rible coughing spells. Wc were greatly worried about him ns the medi cine we gnve him did not help him in the least, A neighbor spnko bo hinhlv of Chamberlain's Couph Rem edy that I got a bottle of it. The first doso benefited him so much thnt I MUCH IN LITTLE. continued giving it to him until ho Gold imports in October amounted was cured." to only $4,000,000, while exports $11,000,000. For the ten FAMILY FLAG HOLDS 10 STARS John White, of Cedar, Mich., has months ended with October, gold imto $632,000,000, a service flag of ton stars representnmounti-i- l ports against $480,000,000 for a similar ing members of his family in wnr period in 1916. Exports of gold, on service. One son in the Cnnndian the other hand, were valued at forces lost an arm in France; five $360,000,000 ns compared with grandsons are in the United States $101,000,000 for the first ten navy; one grandson is with American Engineers in France; two grandmonths of 1916. sons are now in training, and one CINCINNATI STOCK MARKETS grandson In the aviation corps. All The son who lost un Hogs Steady; packers nnd butch- volunteered. ns foreman in tho ers $16.50; common to choice $10.00 nrm ($15.00; pigs nnd lights $11.00 (a) forestry service. 16.50; stags $ 1 0.00 12.50. Cattle-Ste- ady; Hon. E. P. Morrow will deliver tho steers $10. 00 12.50; heifers $9.5011.00; cows $7.0010,-00- . appropriate address, "The War and Sheep Steady, $6.0011.50! After" nt tho nnnunl Lincoln Dinner which will be given at the Scclbach lambs steady, $10.00 18.00. Hotel in Louisville, February 12. Suit was filed in circuit court at This Is n meeting when tho RepubliLouisville, by Thomas J. Datman, Jr., cans come together for a congenial to test the validity of the action of good time and many patriotic adthe Louisville Gas & Electric Com- dresses will bo delivered. pany in declining to nllow "pressure President Wilson, in a proclamadiscounts" to Its customers by receipting bills from which buch tion Issued last night, placed under license tho manufacture and distriamounts have been deducted us bution of all fuel oils. on account" "re-colv- -t I $6.QO LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNA- L I. 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