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DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER The bam of the Wheeling, W. Vn Traction Co. burned, causing n loss of $50,000. Fifty or more cars burn, ed. Two men who set ur. .1 slot ma ihine gambling device nt Camp Stnn-le- v last fall, were fined $150) vnch at Friday, February 8, 1918 Tuesdays and Fridays PRICES STILL GOING HIGHER FIFTY.FOUR REACHED CENT MARK THE DANVILLE BREAKS. ON 13 (Thursday Advocnto) There win grent rejoicing this morning on tlip Danville tobneco break when prices took the third jump for n higher record in the past three weeks. Most people think tho crest lins been reached and that now Is the time for the growers to sell. Col. Ike Dunn and his aide and alert Jesse Ovcrstreet and Allen llicntt, bend every effort to the top prices for the growers. They nre doing strictly a commission husinoM and nre therefore interested nlono in getting the biggest prices for the growers They are booster from the word go, and that is one of the principal reasons why tobacco has nold higher on the Danville brenks this season than on any oilier breaks no far reported in the State of Kentucky. Tobacco is coining to Danville from Washington, Mercer, Casey, Mndlson, Gnrrard, Pulaski and Lincoln counties. Much has been coming this way from Jessamine, notwithstanding the bad condition of the roads, August of Casey county, was a caller at the Advocate office yesterday and said that although In got a bad stand of tobacco last spring Unit he hud just netted $000 for three acres on the local breaks. He was overjoyed as he thought his crop would He not bring in excess of $'250 mid he paid $10 an acre for the bind and had gotten $200 an acre for the crop, and that if he had gotten a good stand he would have reHe expect to ceived $400 an acre buy sixty acres of land with the $000 and put In a big crop of the weed next year, and he surely will sell it Among the in the Danville breaks. many high averages made today the following nre n few: Quisoubcrry nnd WortTilngton of lloyle county, sold the following Stnn-hauser, DOVE GARNER DEAD Dove llrittnln Garner, of Cedar Creek, died at the homejif her mint, Mr. Sue Jones, In this Kty Tuesday nfternoon nt four o'clock of heart trouble. Iler death came a n grent shock to her many friends, ns she was seemingly in good henlth up until a few day ngo when she enmo to see her aunt, where she was taken ill. Deceased was 35 year old nnd the wife of Mr. Luther (lamer, a farmer of the Ent Knd. Shi! was n daughter of the late Mr. Arch llrittain, f llarbourville. Mrs. (lamer was a member of the Mr. well-know- Crab Orchard Christian church and is snid to have been a very talented wiimnii and used her gifts generously nnd unselfishly and the world i better for her having panted this way. She leave besides her husband, a dniighter, Mis Mary Slier and her aged mother, Mrs. Kllen llrittain, who lived with her, to mourn the Ins of this good Christian woman. The body was removed from the home of her aunt to her home, where the funeral services were conducted on Thursday nfternoon by Mr .1. C followed by interment in the llulfnlo Springs cemetery GARRARD MAN ACCUSED OF TREASONABLE REMARKS A dispatch says: United States Deputy Marshal Winfrey late Tuesday nfternoon nrrested Janes Simpson, a farmer, at his home five miles from Lancaster, on a warrant charging him with having made utterances" against the Federal Government. Simpson was taken to Danville and arraigned before United States Commissioner Ijiw-wil- l, who plnred his bond at $1,000, which he gnve. It is said the matter now will be brought before the Federal Court which convenes nt Richmond next month. tren-sonnb- HEAR ED MORROW SATURDAY ' Hon. I'M win 1. Morrow, n if of the best speakers in the S'lU' anil the gentleman who made suih :i credit-nbl- e race for governor i few yars will conn- - up from Iim home at U70 326 T i!S6 10ft 10 9 $60.00 $3G.00 at $30.00 JOB pounds at . $31.00 TUESDAY MADE A GOOD COURT AVERAGE $37.24 Tuesday wns a better "Court Day" than Monday nnd a big crowd was in T. Alexander ami Weaver of lloyle town. Trading was very lively on the diiinty, sold the following baskets: street, though nt the stock yards 115 pounds at $30.00 most of the cattle had been cleaned $38.00 up Monday. There was no necessity 100 pounds nt ISO pounds at $37.00 for Tires out nt the stock pons and $2S.r.() those who had cattle to buy or sell, 85 pounds at .. $30.00 did a lot of business that day. The lhO pounds nt 175 pounds nt $31.00 mule nnd horse buyers were on hnnd 55 pounds at .$28.50 Tuesday, however, and a large numAVERAGE $33.48 ber changed hand at prices un to $275. Business is reported as very L. Russell, Casey county, sold the good among the merchants of the following baskets. city. Richmond Daily Register. $31.00 170 pounds nt 150 pounds at $30.00 EAST END MAN MAKING GOOD Edward K. Edmiston, the oldest . tOO pounds at $37.00 . 155 pounds nt $30.00 son of Dr. W. J. Edmiston, of Crnb 120 pounds nt $31.00 Orchard, who left this county about six months ngo to accept n position AVERAGE $33.09 in the Audit Department of the Sherwin-Faint Co. in the home o f lloyle Ross and McUonnell, county, sold tho following baskets: office in Clcvelnnd has just tendered 200 pounds at . $29.50 his resignation to accept n very position with the Federal Re 255 pounds nt $29.00 250 pounds at $30.00 serve Hank in Cleveland. Mr. Edmis-o- n was formerly connected with the $30.00 205 pound at .. .. 280 pounds nt .. .. $32.00 rnb Orchard Banking Co. His many 295 pounds nt $32.00 friends in the Enst End will be lad to know of the rapid progress 300 pounds nt $32.00 375 pound nt $31.00 io tins made. 290 pound at . . $30.00 $30.00 , 295 pounds nt . $32.00 115 pound nt .... $31.00 205 pounds at .. . $33.00 90 pound nt . $30.00 280 pounds nt $30.00 340 pounds nt .$31.00 300 pounds at , $31.00 210 pounds at $28.50 295 pounds at $28.50 35 pounds at $32.00 245 pounds nt AVERAGE $30.71 15 pounds nt $32.00 .$33.00 II. K. Selmstin nnd Iivvson, Gar- 510 pounds nt . . $29.00 rard county, sold the following bas- 4 10 pounds at Ulfi 200 pound rtO pound SSTi pound X70 pound pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds at at at at at nt $30.00 $31.00 . . $12.00 $13.00 S25.B0 at .. $54.00 $18.00 at nt $10.00 at Somerset Saturday night 'h. and H'ldros the Liberty Serve I .Mgue, which will have an open meeting in 'I e circuit court room on .h. evening, beginning nt 7:80. Mr. Morrow w.s Invited to come Friday night, the regular mooting night, but he could not leave hi business nnd offered to Saturday night, hence the com eha'nge in the meeting of the League. Don't fail to hear him. Williams nt ....... ... kets: 275 220 270 150 105 145 95 55 190 290 230 125 285 AVERAGE nt $30.15 pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds 'pounds pounds pounds pound OHHinds at nt at nt nt . . at at .... at at nt ... . . Davis nnd Cnrruthers, of Lincoln $40.00 county, sold the following baskets; $33.00 $4G.00 '.'10 pounds nt .. . $40.00 $35.00 180 pounds at .. .. $30.00 $39.00 185 pounds nt ,$35.00 $48.00 295 pounds nt ... $30.00 $17.00 "90 pounds nt $30.00 $31.00 '110 pounds at AVERAGE $33.C3 $33.00 $32.00 $33.00 quest and will carry no compulsion. Thus there will be practically another five days' suspension period. This decision of the Fuel Administration followed a two hours' conference between Dr. Gnrficld and Wil liam G. McAdoo, Director General of Lee. the Railroads. Armed with a search warrant isAt the conference also were the sued by Federal Judge Landis, Fran State Fuel Administrators of the cis J. Hency, attorney for the Fed- Northeastern States, who came with eral Trade Commssion, made n sen such gloomy reports of conditions in sational raid on the vndlt of Henry their sections. Veeder, general counsel for Swift & WAS NOT DUDLEY SHELTON Co. and seized hundreds of letters, Sheriff H. C. Raughman received records nnd documents for uso in the Federal investigation of the packing n message last night from the ofli cials of Iroquoisx county, Illinois, industry. Authority to the President to fix stating that the man who had been arrested there for Dudley Shclton, rates on the Government-controlle- d railroads, with right of the public to who wns wanted in this county for appeal and be heard by tho Inter the murder of Mort Rothwcll, an atCommission state Commerce but torney, of Lancaster, was not Dudley with final decision still vested in the Shelton, but Luther Shelton, who President, was agreed upon ns part claims that he is n cousin of the man of the Administration Railroad Dill wanted, nnd formerly lived in Kenby the House Interstate Commerce tucky. Committee. The Norwegian Government in re- TAYLOR FARM BRINGS $87,225 d Col. John Dinwiddle, the ply to the American Wnr Trade auctioneer, of Morelnnd, Hoard' proposal regarding exports rom the United Stntes being permit- who went down to Lebanon Tuesday ted to reach Norway with the un- ind cried the sale of the effects of derstanding that none of them shall he late "Poor John" Tnylor, reports bo into Germany says i great sale. The farm of 595 acres i Norway, in her commercial policy, brought $87,225 and was bought by "ennnot break with one belligerent i Mr. Chelf, of Marion county. Perwithout imperiling her general neu sonalty sold well. trnlity." Don't forget that on account of Come to the Liberty Service I.en-gu- e 'Hentless Mondny," court day will be tomorrow night. Public invited. Tucsdny, Feb. 12th. silver-tongueI J.exlngton. About 50,000 coal shovels In Louisville were targed by the school children ns n part of n nntlon-wid- e campaign. II. F. I'earcy, 19 yenr old, a farmer of Middlctown, committed suicide at the Louisville Neuropathic Sanatorium. The State Auditor ri""irts that !i" outstanding Indebtedness is l 190,142-'1ns ngaimt for Inst month. As n result of carbide explosion in Hillary n mine near Middlesbnro Hembree and Harmon Myrick will each lose their sight. W. A. Frost, of Graves county, has introduied n bill to prohibit uny one from purchasing or procuring liquor for another and delivering it in local option territory. Driven almost insane by worry over the strike Lieutenant Frank E. Florida, a policeman, shot and killed crippled son as the his child lay asleep nnd then killed himself with a revolver Thieves entered the Corn Belt Lumber company offices at Auburn, III., during the recent cold storm and ignored a perfectly overflowing cash box for a large heater. The 'treasure" had to be dismantled before it could be carried away. w.li llecause such enterprises make n great drnin upon mitrrul anil labor resources as well a banking credit at a time when military requirements are very heavy, Socre-tarof Treasury McAdoo Issuod an appeal to the public that they build no new homes during the war unless the need is urgent. Union labor leaders nt n hearing be" fore the Railroad Wage Commission charged that inefficient operation of the railroad resulting in truffle congestion nnd its grave attendant evils was caused to discredit the eight-hou- r law and to make a failure of Government control. In order to keep the commanding officers nnd the War Department in closer touch with conditions than is possible through the ordinary army routine, daily inspection of nil divisional nnd army post hospitals by staff officers of the commanding Generals has been ordered by Secretary linker. Franz Itiuteleu, German ngent, all Germans, nnd ten were found guilty by n Federal jury in New York of conspiring to destroy munition nnd food ships of the Entente Allies. They were sentenced to eighteen months imprisonment in the Atlanta penitentiary and fined $2,000 each. Charging that certain railway managements are attempting to discredit government operations of railroads were made Tuesday by W. G. Lee, head of the railway trainmen ut the railway wage hearing. "I hnve facts to prove that experienced railroad men are permitted to operate as their training dictates," said Mr. 5 thrce-veni-old y TEA GIVEN IN HONOR OF HRIDE One of the most charming ns well ns the prcetlcst' social function in Stanford this winter, wn the tea on Thursday nfternoon, given by Mrs. William II Shank in honor of Mr. Robert Ronton Woods, n brido of Janunry, who bernusc of her charming and individual personality, has endeared herself to the people of Stanford. The home on Logan avenue, nt all times attractive, was especially pretty on this occasion. The entire lower floor, thrown into one sparious room, was beautifully decora led and fairly nglow with electric light nnd my rails of candles. The color scheme, pink and white, being faultlessly carried out In every detail. The living room and hall were decorated with ropes of smilax, palms and large vases of pink carnntions and narcissus, between the columns lending from the ball into the library wns suspended a wedding bell, made of smilax and pink carnntions. Potted cnlla lilies and "ferns were the decorations of the library. In the sun parlor, grey moss, which the hostess had brought from Florida, only a few days previous, nnd ferns were used very effectively Each chandelier throughout the house was also drap ed with this beautiful moss. The din ing room wns Indeed lovely, the plate rail, being festooned with gnrlands of .smilax, and crystal candle sticks holding pink and white candles grouped artistically. The centerpieci of the mahogany dining table was a French basket of pink sweet peas and narcissus, surrounded by silver candle sticks with pink shades nnd pink bon lion baskets were placed at intervals. Receiving with hostess was the guest of honor, each becomingly gowned, Mr. Shanks in brocaded blue, satin, and Mrs. Woods, in grey satin, carrying a corsage bouquet of pink roses nnd violets. A delicious and elaboiate salad course was seT'-eMrs. J. S. Rice presided at the Neapolitan cream bowl in her usual gracious manner and Miss Suan Fisher Woods at the salad platter. The color scheme was further car ried out in the cakes, which were white, decorated with pink sweet peas and th bon bons were also pink and white. Assisting in the dining room werv Jlisscs Lyles Cooper, Lot tie Carson, Kate Davis Raney, and Mrs. J. II. Perkins, who were becom ingly gowned in evening dresses. The valentines, were favors, presented to the guests by Misses Pearl Embry nnd Frances Tate, attractively dressed to represent St. Valentine. Mrs. Shanks, always an ideal hostess, was assisted in entcr-tninin- g by Mrs. T. A. Rice and Mrs. C. E. Tate. d. heart-shaped THE LATEST WAR NEWS Washington, Feb. 7 Lntest offici al ndviccs to the War Department to night accounted for nil except 113 of of the 2,150 American soldiers who were on board tho IlriH4i liner Tus canin when a auhmnrine sent her down Tuesday night off the Irish const. This figure was not finnl and high hope that the loss of life would prove much smaller were built upon cabled press dispatches saying just 101 men, most of them members of the crew were missing among the en. tire force of soldiers, sailors nnd pas sengcrs. No attempt was made to. night to prepnre a list of the lost or missing. Only n few names of sur vivor had been received nnd the in (Mentions were that it would be im possible to nnnounce them nil before tomorrow at the cnrlist. The United Stntes military forces have suffered their first heavy loss from the operation of the enemy's submarine nrm. The British steam ship Tuscanij, carrying 2,179 tfnit- ed States troops, has been torpedoed and sunk in the war 7one. All were rescued but 101. The troops were mainly from Minnesota nnd Wiscon sin. The Tuscania was a British pas. scnger and freight steamship of 14,. 340 tnn gross register She wns built it Glasgow in 1911, and was owned by the Anchor line. IN JUDGE RICE'S COURT Will Payne, of Crab Orchard, was tried in Judge Rice's court here yes terday on a chnrge of breach of peace, and wns nlso accused of cursing and abusing Mrs. George Sever ance. He was given n fine of $50 and 50 days in jail, which he is laying LAND, STOCK AND CROP Hob Rowlctt, of Madlton, sold n mule for $250. J. II. Yowcll bought of Joe Gnnn, of Hustonvillc n cow and cnlf for $70 and yearling heifer for $41. Joe T, Gann bought of Clin. Mul-lia cow pnA calf for $00. Mr. Gann bought of W. H. Ramsey 40 barrels of corn nt the crib nt $7. ns Jn 104 principal sales of Jersey cattle held during 1917 5,244 head were sold. The average price wa about $158 ngninst $151.12 the year. All Hereford records were broken in the year 1917. One hundred nnd thirty-fou- r public snlcs were held in which 9,(54 cattle were sold nt an average of $193. The average of pre-vio- 19 1G was $355. J. A. Freeman sold to the Garrard Milling Co. 200 harries of corn, to be delivered at $10. Mr. Freeman also sold to Hudson & Hughes 1,100 bales of hay, to be delivered an car here, at $30 a ton. J. H. Yowcll, the Hustonvillc stock trader, bought of Branson & Wells, d hogs at 14 of 1 a hogs of 4 c; a load of nnd 100 J. J. Allen at 14 hogs of George F. Hocker nt car-loa3-100-pounl-152-pou- 12 out in the county jail. Sylvester Jones, colored, of May- wood, was tried here Thursday on a charge of bigamy. Jones had married Nannie Delle Givctjs, of Danville, a ear or so ago, but claimed that she drove him from home. He came to this jlace Saturday and secured li cense nnd married May Ella Hays, of Maywood. Judge Rice held him over to the action of the grand jury under $250 bond, which he failed to give. T. C. RANKIN BACK FROM SOUTH Mr. Thomas C. Rankin, of the Hubble section, who is a big mule dealer, has just returned from Georgia, where" he went to take sev of mules. He reports cral prices good, little mules bringing $200 and better ones $300. He said that he had a friend to buy a pair of d mules, while he was there, nnd that he he paid $725 for them. car-loathree-year-ol- FATHERS' AND SONS' NIGHT The Young Men's Christian Assoe to see the ciation, always needs in our socinl and family life, movehas inauguratcr a nation-wid- e ment, the purpose of which is to move-an- d hns inaugurated a nation-wid- e sons together. Next week is known as "Father and Son Week." It will be observed in Stanford on Friday night, Feb. 15 and on Sunday, Feb. 17. THc Friday night meeting will be held in the K. P. hall, beginning at 7:30 o'clock. It will be a social evening for all fathers of boys nnd their sons. An interesting nnd attractive program for the occasion is being arranged. On Sunday the importance of the purpose of the movement will be discussed in all the pulpits at the morning service. At the union service at night it is expected that an inspirational address will be delivered by Rev. Homer Carpenter, Chancellor of Transylvania, who is always a .most welcome visitor in this city. wide-awak- i MARRIAGES ACCEPTS PLACE IN BANK Mr. O. C. Ruckcr, of Paint lick, has accepted a place in the First Na MONDAYS STILL HEATLESS The Garfield order for fuelless tional Rank of this city. He was ns Mondays will remain in effect indef- sistant cashier of the bank at Paint Lick, for about five years and comes initely. It may be extended to take in one to this city with splendid recomi other day, George Washington's dations. He and his wife are now domiciled nt the Hunn boarding birthday, which falls on Friday. This action probably will be by re- house. ni TAG A'LONG James II. Dunn, of Winchester, and Mrs. Susan Kirklnnd, of Lebanon, were united in wedlock's holy bonds Thursday morning at 9:30 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Kincaid, on Logan avenue in the presence of a few friends. Dr. Howard J. Brazelton, of the Christian church, officiated. Mr. Dunn for-erlived in this county, but for a number of years hns resided at Winchester, where is a prominent business man. The bride is n sister of Mrs. KIncnid, and is a very handsome nnd estimable lady. They left on the 10:30 train for their home at Win chester, carrying with them the congratulations of their mnny friends. Mr. ly WILKINSON SELLS BARBER SHOP Ed Wilkinson, who has been in the years, barber business for forty-on- e and has followed this trade in this years, and city for some twenty-fou- r at the place where he is located for eleven years, sold out to Herman Reed, of Liberty, who will take posAND DOWN IT WENT session next week. It will be pleasing (Atlanta Constitution.) "Tubby's" many friends, to Kentucky made short nnd cheerful news to learn that he docs not intend to leave work of that dry clause. It wns as if this city. " she said, "Here's looking; at you," and down it went. CARD OF THANKS Wc take this means of expressing NOT IN LIQUID FORM our heartfelt appreciation of tho Two dozen pints of whisky were many kindnesses nnd words of sympoured out in the .street of Stanford. pathy shown and spoken during the No spirit of conservation of corn re illness and denth of our father. The sides in the breast of the authorities realities of friendship are never there. Couricr-Journn- l. more apparent thnn In times of sorrow, and never more keenly appreBROKE IN McKINNEY DEPOT ciated. Dr. L. J. Jones and family. Sam Cloyd, colored, was arretted nnd placed in jnil here Wednc3Jay, "THE WASTE STICK" charged with breaking in the depot A resident of Richmond has tag at McKinney. His trial is set for nest ged his poker instond of the shove), Thursday. because as lid said, when it comes to wnste.n determined woman nnd a AGED COLORED MAN DEAD handy pok.-- will counterbalance two Dan Brown, colored, of tho Boney- Mi shovels. good men Register. vllle section, died Wedncsdny of tuberculosis, from which ho had bufferEditor i:. C. Wnlton has been in ed for some time Ho was C5 years Atlanta, Ga., for several days with old. his brother, Mr. T. R. Walton, and wife. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank tho relatives and Don't' forget that on account of friends for their help and kindness during tho illness and death of wife 'Heatlcss Monday," court day will bo nnd mother. J. F. Miller and family. Tuesday, Feb. 12th. r "Look here, now Harold," said a father to his little son, who was naughty. "If you don't say your prayers you won't go to heaven." "I don't want to go to heaven," sobbed the boy; I want to go with you and mother." -- . 4 m pounds at pound nt . AVERAGE . . $31.00 $30.00 $29.00 $35.35 Grant Aind Hubble of Lincoln county, sold the following baskets: 110 pound at $31.00 175 pound nt $30.00 WORST WINTER IN YEARS Snow, wind nnd extreme cold cnus-n- l morn colds th's winter than in ' oars Folev' Honey nnd Tar nroved I worth in 'housands of homes. Mr. Kdward Strew. 11. 37. Clinton D . sjivb: "I th'nk Fnlcv's Ilonev nnd Tar is the oi'v medicinn for cough. -ml rnMs r I e"om"iond it h'chlv." Fine tor cliiWren. Sold Kvorywaere. Constant Sufferer Find Relief n ronstnnt sufferer from'kidnev troublo nnd wns down 'ck In bed." vvr'tos C. F. Reynolds U2 Herrick St.. Elmlrn. N. Y "1 nmmenced tak'ng Foley Kidnev 'Mils. In n few dnvs I was up out of for rhourr.'ti hod." Recommended nain. Imcknche, biliousness, sore '(? o"" r "tired ou" "c' ing boiil r.vurywliore. "I Inve boen -- WOMEN WANT THE BEST Woman is raoro finely rontrueted than man nnd she requ'ros tho best to bo had in inedlcinei when Iier v bacomos disordered. Folev' Pills help the k'dnev clesnse tho blood of impurities that cause in mus'ls end joints, nnd vs-teKM-nee pr-'n- s I bekneho rheum"'!" ',1 ss under eyes. Sold Everywhere. ' '""l- - get the genuine Foley's Honey and Tnr, and you hivo a couch medicine you can depend upon. It gives prompt relief, clears thront, loosens phloem, soothes, bonis. Checks coughs, colds, whooning cough, In gripne. bronchlnl eoii'h Contain no nniatv Sold Now Is The Time To Be Careful Avoid imitations or substitutes, sny: "Foley's Ilcney and Tar tho hut I ever used. I always keen a bot- Mr. A VORD TO MOTHERS K. J. Ucilard. Covvich. Wash.. A tle in the house for tho children. A quid; cure for cough and colds." It Heal rnw, inllnmod surfaces, loosens phlegm, ease honroncis nnd dlfllcult rucking coujrhs. br st'diig, cheek Sold Kveywlurc. 5 T - -- f SSfSBS. ' Page Two Success of a New Remedy For BactactajKitftteys, Rheumatism X' Mr. Wllllie The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, February PARLOR GROVE Hundley has returned from n trip out West, Mr. and Mrs. Hemp Osborne spent Sunday with rclntivcs on lluck Creek Mr. Wesley Sims spent one night Inst week with his daughter, Mrs. Will Reynolds, of Wnynesburg. Mr.nnd Mrs. M. D. Walls, of Pleas-nn- t Point, spent one dny Inst week with their daughter, Mrs. Alva Morgan. Mr. Jnrrctt Johnson moved the store building Mr. Jake Wilson purchased of Alvin Padgett. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bell spent Tuesday with Mr. nnd Mrs. T. J. 8, 1918 snmo north 83 west 30 poles to westerly direction nbout 3C0 fret to nor of same, thonco south 8 'nst n stone, thenco In n westerly direccor- tion nbout 371 feet to n stono cor12 poles to Clnrn coulters ner, nn old corner, thence with her ner of land owned by Alex Bruce, lino south 81 east 37 poles to a thence in n northcnttcrly direction, corner in her line, tlicnco north 8 with Alex Bruco's enslcrly lino nbout poles to beginning, con- 288 feet to beginning, containing west 13 taining 2 ncres, 3 rods nnd 31 poles 2 ncres, more or less, being tho of land, nnd being lot No. 14 in said lnnd conveyed to Alexander Bruce division, snld lots 5 nml having Ed Edwards, by deed dntcd Dee. been convened to Alexander Bruce 1, 1807, of record in deed book 38, by deed from John llrueo and wife, pnge 384, In snld office ,pngc recorded In deed book Tract 0 A trnct of knob lnnd, bein the office named. ginning nt a stone corner to Ales: 4- - -- Being lot No 7 In Bruce, thence south 0 enst 22 polos Tract. No. snid division, nnd beginning on d to n stnke. thenco west 51) poles to grant on corner of lot 0, thence n stnke in C, Cnrler's line, thence with line of snmo north 88 west north 7 I 2 west 31 poles, north 48 poles to corner of snmo, thence S3 enst 25 poles to n stone, south south 8 east 8 poles to corner of lot 0 enst 17 poles to n stone, north No. 8, thence with line of snmo south 83 e.ist 21 poles to beginning 88 enst 10 poles to rnilrond rontnitimg 9 ncres, morn or less. But grnnt, nnd with snmo north 13 west there Is excepted nnd excluded there 8 poles to beginning, containing 2 from nbout one hnlf ncro heretofore ncres, 72 poles of land, being the ronvced by Etlwnrds to Sam land conveyed to Alexnnder Bruce Also, nppurtcniiiit to snld by heirs of Jnmes Bruce, Jnntinry lnnd is a pnss-unover nnothcr tract 30, 1003, of record in deed book of lnnd owned by said Edwnrds nnd pnge , in snld olllcc. 15 feet wide This lnnd wns convoyTrnct No. 5 Being lot No 12 In ed to Alexander Bruco's heirs by snitl division, ami beginning nt cor Jones Bnughmnn, by deet! dated July nor of lot No. 11, thonco with lino of .' 10, 191 I, of record in deed book 53, snme north 8G west 3(1 polos to cor- page 29, In snitl office. ner of same, south 8 east 12 Tract 10 A tract of knob land. poles to corner of lot No. 13, thonco nnd beginning nt n stake on top of with samo south 85 east 30 poler to knnli, supposed to be Johnson ami corner of snme, thence north 8 west Heed's corner, N. 88 0 W. 1 13 poles to beginning, contain84 chains to a stnke, ing 2 ncres, 3 roods nnd 31 poles of west 11 chains to two pines Innd, nnd being snme lnnd convoyed on top of knob, corner George by heirs of witldie, to Alexnnder Bruce with line of Dinwlddie, by deed dated Jim 21, N .11 Jnmes Bruce, W. 15 chains rJOI, or record In snld ollice 111 deed to n stone corner to snmo. N 81 1 . book , page W chains to a stake in Tract No. C Being lot No. 10 In John McCormark's ynrd fence, with E. 3 31 100 chnins snitl division, beginning on northwest Ins line S. 13 corner of church lot, thence north to stako corner to samo, N 80 388 west with line of lot No. 0, 2d W. 8 clfdns to stake In line poles to corner of snme, thence south of John McCormnck, nnd corner to poles to corner in line Reed. Mcl'ormack. "'ilh !in- - of fat 8 enst It of Clnru Coulter, thenco her lino ter S. 18 4 W. 2 93 100 chains to south 81 enst 3(1 poles to line of stnke corner to samo, N. 87 W. 4 0 Mrs. Mount, thence her line north chains to n stnke corner to 10 enst 5 poles, 15 links to her cor- snme. N t E. 1 90.100 chnins to 0 ner, thence with rond to church north stnke, N. 0 W. 4 chains to 3 west 15 poles, 8 links to south stake corner to Reed McCormnck in George Pruitt, with line of west corner of church lot, thence line of 0 oust with snme north 7 chains noles. latter S. 79 4 W. 12 10 links to beginning, contninlng 3 to stone on top of krob corner to K. ncres nnd 10 poles of Innd, nml being McCownn. wilh his line S. 52 snmo land conveyed to Alexander 3 chnins to stone corner Bruce by Kmmn Weaver nnd husband snme nnd Andy Feistreitxcr, with by deeil dated Dec 3, 1902, rocordetl line of Inst nnmod S. 11 E. 9 in deed hook , pnge , in snid chnins to stake corner to samo, with office. line same S. 19 W. 19 chains Being lot No 11 in to n white onk stump, N 80 W. 27 Trnct No. 7 said division, nnd beginning nt n containchnins to beginning, 0 stone nnd old corner tfear chestnut ing 01 acres of land, more or on a branch, thenco north 88 less west 30 poles to a stone, thence The first eight tracts nil adjoin poles to a stone, each other and will be sold as n south 8 enst 12 corner to lot 12, thence with lino of whole, or ns ono trnct. Then tho same south 80 enst 30 poles to cor two tracts. No. 0 anil 10. ner of same, thenoe north 8 west will be sold ns a whole, or as one 13 poles to beginning, contnin- tract. lng 2 acres, 3 roods, and V of The sale will bo mrdo on n credit 1 of six months ami the purchaser or land, and conveved by L purchasers will be required to give deed. Trnct 8 Beginning nt n point in bund with good security for tho purwestern lino of lnnds nllotted to chase price, payable to the commisEliznhcth W. Morelnnd, where the sioner nnd bearing six per cent, inlnnds of Alex nnd Robert Bruce meet terest from day of sale until paid, in snitl line, thence in nn easterly di- having the force nnd effect of n rection nbout 393 feet to a stone, 30 judgment. A hen will nlso be retainfeet from Cincinnati Southern Rail ed on the property sold us further rond right of wny, thenco to feet security. west of said right of wnv in n south E. C. WALTON. M. C. I.. C. C. 1 1 f n l l'i TlAWFKvn.T.P, Kr. "I have taklnq my second pitknitooT Antirlc Tatle.ts tnil havo derived such lionenta Irnm them I am wrltlnu a few lines for publication that other poor suffering may lo holod bjr their nn as I havo horn. I suffered fmm ki.lnoy and bUddcr troublo for two years. Tried doctor ami almost every kind of medlclno that could l heard of tint was recommended for kidney and hlnildcr troublo, but nothing helped mo or (tavo mo any relief so could rnst cither dny or nlnht. I suffered untold neon) and all my family and friend wero rertaln that I would dlo. I saw l)r 'lerco's Anurlc ndcrtlcd and sent for a trial piekagn and It helped me o much. Kllis. lay pain lotscnnd and I could nwt and Mr. Dean Smith bought farms of flofp. I then sont and pit two full slnl and Will Perry. Mr. packairas which tint mn on the mad to Jnkc Wilson recovery. I'ralsu to Dr. rierco and his Smith is living in a house on tho 1'hi.ix Duns, vrnnderful Auuric" farm of Mr. Adlal Glass, nnd will JlouUs : build on one of his farms in the Note: Folks In town and adjoining spring. counties are delighted with (lie results Mr. Crawford Bell nnd family thoy hue obtained by using ANURIC, the newest discovery of Dr. Tierce, who spent Tuesday with W. V. Sims nnd is head of the Invalids' lintel and Surg- wife. ical Institute, in Ituff.ilo, N. Y. Those Miss Ethor Walls, of Plcnsnnt who Flatted tlin d.iy with a backache, Point, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Alva Ftid lees, arms and muscles, and an irhing Jicad (worn out before the day Morgan. liegan because tliey were in and out Mr. A. B. Wylic sold his tobacco of wd half a doren times at night) are at Danville nt a good price. nppreci.it inc. tho perfect rest( comfort, Hays Jones and Claude Messrs. mid new strength they obtained from Doctor I'icrce's Annnc Tablets, double Sims snent Inst week in New Castle, FtreiiRth. To prove that this is a cer- Ind. tain uric acid solvent and conquers Mr. A. W. Sounders has purchased hetdarhe, .kidney and bladder diseases and rheumatism, if jou'vo neer used n farm on Buck Creek and will move tho Auuric, send ten cents to Dr. Pierce on it in the spring. for a largu sample package. This will Mr. nnd Mrs. Leemnn Singleton print' In ou tli.it Anttric is many times nnd Mrs. Ella Bennett were Sunday more active than bthia in eliminating uric acid. If yon are a Bnfferer, go to visitors with Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Morvour best druggist and ask for a small gan. bottle of Auuric. Mr. Crawford Bell and family are going to move to Illinois, much to HARMONY the rgret of their mnny friends. Mr. School closed here Wednesday. Mr. George Hoskins bought of Mr. Will Bell nnd family, of Rowland, will move on his father's farm and Jack WiNon a calf for $25. The infant son of Mr. Green Sut- all will gladly welcome them to our midst. ton, tins been quite ill with croup. Mr. Sulic Cook has been visiting THE CALL OF THE ROBIN Messrs. A. H. and J. H. McQucrry. Aunt Martha Adams is visiting the A heavy coat of ice and snowni co-ji- lo 1 jnt Reserve strength for mother hood is of two-fol-d importance and thoughtful women before and after maternity take Young Mother li. IV l ltf J I 'J family of Mr. Walter Hamlcy this week. ' Miss Augusta Hammonds was visiting Misses Opal and Lucy Vanhook last week. A. F. Edwards purchased two mules from Mr. John Colson, of Paint Lick. Miss Bertha Lee Jones, of Harmony, is the guest of Miss Lucy Margaret tiallard. Elizabeth Helen, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J, Stigall, has been quite ill but is better at this writing. Air. W. M. Brewer, our miller, would be very glad if the people would come on his regular grinding days.Tuesdays and Fridays. Miss Essie Ballard and Miss Sutton, both of the Cannon section, went to Richmond Monday, Vihore they will enter school. (J. U. Colson has returned from Danville, where he has been to put his tobacco on the market, which brought him an average of 23c. snag in the fallow- Mr. Will Church and Miss Fannie At the foot of the field, Poyntcr were married at the home of In its shadow dark and deep, the bride Wednesday. The bride is heart-shape- d leaf wil spread daughter of Mr. Will Many a the attractive d violet peep. And Poyntcr and the groom a son of fMr. Albert Church and a hustling farmFor I heard the robin to Springtime er. Thru the mists of the morning call America's great aircraft program As he swung from the bough of a maple is two months behind schedule, due That towers o'er the old church to constant altering of plans to meet wall. changes in air fighting tatties abroad along smoothly, but it is running SIGNALS OF DISTRESS Col. Deeds, assistant to Maj. Gen. the Senate Miltary ComSquire, told mittee. Contracts for the aviation Stanford People Should Know How To Read And Heed Them service exceed in the aggregate the by Con$040,000,000 appropriated Disordered kidneys give many sig gress. nals of dstress. The secretions may be dark, conIn compliance with her wish, Mrs. Emma Cameron tain sediment. Passages are sometimes frequent, Van Sickle, who died recently at Mco scanty, painful. Gregor, Iowa, has been laid away Backache is often present day and soven of her nine husbands in the front yard of her home on the night. Headaches and dizzy spells may bluffs overlooking the Mississippi. occur. Weakened kidneys should receive At Lexington Charles Travis was given 12 years for killing Clara Mar- quick help. Don't delay! Use a special kidney tin and four for shooting and woundremedy. ing Detectivo Dudley Veal. Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak kidneys, backache and urinary disorders. Stanford evidence proves their worth. W. H. Morshon, Lancaster St., Tfca Udaeya as4 liver are tht body's atsays: "I suffered to nut ihy carry of waste and poison. Stanford, kidney trouble and fromback VTfcM doot work, bad health fol- tacks of my lows, wad ualett you take care of yourself. was sore and lame and ached dreadJim in may follow beyond the power of fully. It was misery for me to do any ae&eiaetocure. Because of the seriousness of these stooping or lifting. My sight blurred dtaasea. you should take Vin Hepatica, and black spots camo before my the universal system purifier, at the eyes, dizzy spells came over me sudartiest sign of any trouble with bowels or denly and I would stagger like a liver. This creat nature medicine is of eight of the most powerful cura- drunken man. The action of my kidtive herbs, and the certainty with which most of the 'they restore kidneys, the liver and bowels neys was too frequent to natural, healthy action is attested by time. Doan's Kidney Pills, from the thousands who have been helped when Lincoln Pharmacy went right to the all other remedies and treatment proved spot, relieving the backache and valueless. the action of my kidneys." P. M. Cawthom, a prominent farmer Price COc, at all dealers. Don't and stockman of Mt. Juliet, Tenn , sas tliat after taking Vin Hepatica he felt simply ask for a kdney remedy get like a wagon that had been oiled up nnd Doan's Kidney Pills tho samo that put in fine running condition. had. Fostcr-Milbur- n Wo know that Vin Hepatica is a remedy Mr. Morshon It of real worth. We invite you to come in Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. and a bottle. It will surely help you. Beware of people who never get Lincoln angry. STANFORD, KY. half-moold Wil-mott blue-face- Jesse Osborne nnd Carl Starns were In Lexington Friday on business. Mr. Carl Starns, of Stanford, has It supplies pure cod liver oil moved to the Dr. II, C. Rose place for rich blood and contains here. Mrs. Alford Preston slipped on the lime and soda with medicinal ice nnd fell the other dny and cut her ingrediglycerine, all important face. ents for strengthening the I Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Starns spent nervous system and furnishing Saturday night nnd Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Alford Preston. abundant nourishment. The stork visited the homo of Mr. It is free from alcohol. Insist on the genuine. nnd Mrs. Riley Isom Thursdny nnd n handsome little son. The Norwegian cod llrtr oil In left Scott'a Emukioa U now rr fined In our own American labontorle which Circuit Judge S. R. Dixon, of the makes It pure and palatable. Fifth Judicial District, dropped dead Scott ft tVmne.IllonraStl.l. N.J following an nttnek of acute indigesOTTENHEIM tion nt Henderson. Mr. Knul Bless Is busy sawing lumber. commissioner s Salt Mr. Emil Pnyk went to Cincinnati recently. Lincoln Circuit Court Mr. Fred Pnyk will go to Illinois this week. Parthenia Jordan ami Others, Mr. Arthur Gutenson has built Plaintiffs, versus Mary Bruce mid Others, Defendants. himself n goragc. In obedience to a Judirment of the Miss Bertha Nickuln was vis'ling Lincoln Circuit Court, rendered at Miss Molly Ollish last week. its November term, 1917, in the acMiss Mary Montag was in Crab tion of Pnrthenin Jordan and Others. ersus Mary Bruce and Others, the Orchard Wednesday on business. undersigned lommi.ssioner will on Mr. August Abt is on the bick list MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11th. 1918, und is not able to go about his work. County court dny, nt lto'clock A. door Mnstcr Jessie Pet.vy Foil from his M., in front of the court-hous- e Ky., in horse last week and smashed his foot. cry Stanford, highestsell at public outnnd best bidder to the Miss Elizabeth Disch was the guest the following land lying near the last week of her uncle, Simon town of Milledgcvilie, Lincoln county. Ky.: Tract No. 1 Beginning at a beech Mr. Henry Ensslin is busy cutting and white oak stump corner to up his old boiler to sell as scrap iron. of E. Morrison's heirs, thence land east iron. 25 poles to n stake on Morelanil line. Miss Margaret Urlir.u nnd Mis thence with thnt line south fi east 13 Is spread o'er valley and hill Li'.mn Ruscll 'o-- ! in Ottcnhciin poles to stake in an branch, thence But down beneath it all I know west 25 poles to sourwood nnd Tuesday. maple in Mocker's line, thence north The heart of the earth beats still Mr. Charles Montag is back from G west with T. Hockcr's line to the Cincinnati. He was called there for beginning, 1.1 poles, contninlng 2 I heard the robin's call today to examination. His parents nnd friends ncres, being snmebyInnd conveyed reSo clear were his "accents sweet Thomas Orr, Alexander Bruce will be sorry to see him go to the corded in deed book 5, page 211, Again I lay in the arms of Spring army, if he is among the ones who Lincoln county clerk's office. And felt her pulses beat. Tract No. 2 Beginning on corner will be drafted next. of lot 4, thence with line of same n glitters west 48 poles to corner Coldly the north 88 You can buy Baugh-man'- s of same and old survey, thence south Thru the boughs of poplar white, No. corner But many a leaf will there unfold Whole Wheat or 8 east 8 poles toof same of lot 88 0, thence with line south And shimmer in the light. 48 poles to grant Graham Flour in 6, 12, east same north 13 westof8 railroad, poles to with 24-poucontaining 2 70 sacks. Call beginning,land, being lot ncres 5and diWhen Spring's warm breath is blow and poles of No. in ing your Grocer; he has it. vision of lnnds of Jnmcs Bruce. Thru woodland, vale and town, Tract No. 3 Beginning on corner And blossoms pink will the peach J. H. Baughma'n & Co. of lot No. 13. thence with line of tree bend O'er the fence by the brick walk brown. ALLEN HEIATT, Ai.t. Manager JOHN S. VAN WINKLE Secretary Walnut Street Warehouse Ere long beside the slippery path. Beneath the ice and the snow. The grass will shoot and buttercups Their yellow faces show. COTTC 5 BRYANTSVILLE Osborne was in Saturday. Mr. J. T, Pope Is confined to his bed with pneumonia. Marion Underwood was in Lexington Thursdny on business. Miss Ida Osborne spent last week with Miss Ilculnh Preston at !ancas-to- r. Mrs. Jesse lo emulsion; - rail-ron- , 2 y J J7-- 75-103-- 10-1- 2 30-10- 0 3-- 1 75-10- 0 3-- 4 -t 08-10- 0 -2 3-- 05-10- 2 21-10- 3-- 40-10- Pe-tre- y. 0 0 0 40-10- si nd JESSE W. OVERSTREET. A..t. People's Tobacco Warehouse Mr. hSi law 1BK n ssajaaBBBBBBBLgMaaBawsBBBww aV afiaMlKThiiMBafBVV3js1tat3!SHBBHBBBBBk72-'- i PPPE2aaaaaaaaaaaaaaajaaaaaaaaaaaaiv' aaWarfSawaTMaTMaTaTaWaTMawMawMawMawMff p(i&ri'3.&'gaaBBwMaMFWaMyirftMaail -- 1!? HhJX JJ HHlfikzu'. BPC9HBhMbWm r t,7 "" xMrMfc'iS'',. ''V'aSIS"taaMHaBSaBaCi taHHBM ?Qfa?3BxJBaBattaOBaBaBaBaBM 49BaBaBaBaBaMaSaSaW2"2nitlll BWMBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBHHWEattHaadKMPjaA'jBii Prices Still Running High On the Danville Breaks. Averages Still Soaring and the Growers Are Highly Pleased re-dryi- Btflvlate bnrlidneys com-(pou- We will hold auction sales every day, excepting Saturday and holidays from now on. You can rest assured that Danville will be the highest market in this section, as we are the closest market to the largest and manufacturing plants in tho world. Our accommodations for both man and beast are as good as the best. The loose leaf floor plan is the best and only way of marketing tobacco to insure the highest dollar to the grower. The' facts have been demonstrated in Virginia, North and South Carolina, where they have been selling tobacco on this plan for the past fifty years. Drive your wagon to the Danville market. You will always find some one to attend to your wants, and welcome you. During the sale we will do our very best to get you the highest market price for your tobacco. All the large factory buyers are on hand at each sale. We have experienced men in all 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. The fact that everything else has increased makes no difference here. The warehouses do not buy tobacco except on sale at auction. We do a strictly commission business. Free stables and no rejection fee. Appreciating your past patronage, we hope you will see your way clear to bring us your tobacco, guaranteeing you the highest market prices, absolutely accurate weights and an all around square deal. reg-ulnti- Peoples Tobacco Warehouse Co. Incorporated ct The Pharmacy I. M. DUNN, President DANVILLE, KENTUCKY kvim.f.--mai4ta- m The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, JUNCTION CITY Friday, February OTTENIIEIM 8, 1918 r'ago i nree l. At-Mi- iNct Content: ISTIuid Drafllmj CASTORIA Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria fl,ft AUtlihlifrcnani(ieoIbfAl '..Im.fMimJth.'FoodbvRrt'uU- ii r.mmf.-- .l retl CENt - tMthcStowdiifwnkJPn i' Tt.fn.hv l. Promoting DI4c5tlQrt -j ana KesiwChccrfu OpIam.Morphlne nof I neither I Mlii.-rAN'lIT lnj Signature of NAIIC-.OTIC- AVM'WX UwS (biiwar ii.MnfiilKcnufdyfisr irrcsuttiniflfrwiJ,,,flfaM' rnfSirai1c5ijna'fLcr r 'il.. Inml UiiffhOCIfl l.wml'"""",.n.l , I.OSSOKbtEM' f . ?m !v?X TiirCcyiAWCoMP'r- - w- - RBtiiW'' CASTORIA xact Copy of Wrapper. Ilruwn, of Itcgiiiu, Sunk , on her way tn Okhihoinu, was ii pnvrnger on ii trnin which Miowhound near llurltiigtou, lowu, ami ithc took her plate with employes of thr- ro.ul in ulioVflniK mow from he tntck Mrn K I' bet-tun- - Want 200 Farms To Sell 1IOTII BLUE GRASS AND KNOIt FARMS lijr letter or can! and will come and lilt and aril your farm for you, I have a lot nf Proi. peclive Buyer now and It it no trouble for me to tell your farm for you. Will litt farms anywhere with in 50 milet of Wayneiliurg. Let iiu know I publicly, but slipped ville Tuesday. circulated around in a stealthy way by word of Miss Maud Caldwell seems to be mouth, that the boys are gettng stale slowly imroving. WAYNESBURC.. KV. food, cold coiree, and that rooking is Mr. T. S. Reynolds was in Stanrotten, look for the slimy trail of the ford on business Monday. PUBLIC SALE spy. Three of 1. C. Sngleton's children are victims of the measles. We will sell nt public auction at STANFORD RESIDENT Singleton attended Miss Juey 10 A. M., HAS AWFUL EXPERIENCE church at Pilate Saturday evening. "I was twice confined in hospitals, ON SATURDAY. FEB. 9th. 1918 Quite a number of our boys have in the last one nothing but gruel passed the examination for military The home owned and occupied liy water was injected into me I times our mother, Mrs. A. II. Stigall. It in service. pike, aliout ii day, as my stomach would not relocated on the Woodrow Lve, little son of Mr a half mile from Cnili Orcli.ird, and tain any food. I suffered terribly: known n k the llrown Spring prop- was reduced to a skeleton. My folks and Mrs. T. S. Reynolds, has a touch is erty The home is a dwelling of six saw an ad of Mayr's Wonderful Rem- of pneumonia. rooms, in excellent repair and is one Mr. A. II, Wheeldon has decided of the best and most comfortable edy and it has suiely saved my lile, not to lenve Kentucky and will not I weigh ISO His. now." It is a simple, homes in the Kant Knd. The outbuildings are numerous and in good re- harmless preparation that leinnve!" have his sale Friday. Rev. E. W. Coakley received quite pair There iw seven acre in the the catarrhal mucus from the irten-tinlot and one of the best gardens in the ii shook from falling on the icy pavetract and allays the inflammacounty. Cistern close to door. The ment while in Campbellsville. place should lie reen to be fully ap- tion which causes practically all We were glad to see the letter in preciated. Will nWo sell all of her stomach, liver and intestiinl I. J. from Wickliffe Caldwell, of Mount-holand Kitchen Furniture, including appendieit l One the and 10 or IS shocks of corn, fodder dn-Illinois, and hope he will write again mille will convince or monev lef and all. sometime. Terms will be announced on day ed Lincoln Pharmacy and The t'en-ncMr. .Monroe Thompson is the ownof sale. Drug Store. U er of u new car. He and A. B. MorFor further particulars call on or address People who are discreet have eye gan went to Science Hill Monday MRS. A. II. STIGALL'S HEIRS. brought it home. Crab Orchard. Ky. but see not. and ears but hear not and Olt Rev. E. W. Coakley organized a War Savings Society with l.'l members Tuesday night. He whs elected president and Miss Cora Sngleton secretary of the society. Mrs. J. S. Dumas, who is in the hospital nt Lexington, having recently undergone another operation is reported to be much better. Play Blind Man's Buff When Rev K. W. Coakley filled his reg ular appointment here Sunday morn Buying Life Insurance ing and evening and at Pilate Satur day and Sunday afturnooiis. A search with open eyes will satisfy you that the policies Mrs. A. It. Morgan, (ilenn Moigan of the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co., contain special ami Mrs. II. L. Dumas ami Miss Jennie peculiar advantages not combined in the policies of other Robinson each have a very sore arm, Low Premiums, La gest Cash Values mul Dividends. Don't think for a mill ite that nil Companies are bound tu the lesult of being vaccinated. lie geo ' That is tho argument of the agent of somu inferior Mr, Ivan Reynolds his visited company. untie, Pat Reynolds and family at In the fourteen years I have been agent for tho Mutual Staufoid last week. He was accomBene t, I have paid out se.cnil Thousand Dollars in death panied home by his cousin, Homer claims to beneficiaries who would not have received n cent hud the deceased hud his insuriuce in any other Company. One of Reynolds. these was paid right here ii Stanford within the last two yearx. A large crowd attended the sale o'f Every member of tho Mutual Benetlt is sure of fair and P. I) Green Monday. J. II. Wheelliberal treatment under all eircunutnnces ami no matter what don was tliu auctioneer and every-thin- g happens ho will get his money's worth, for it is all put down in the contract. noIiI well. Mr, Green Iiiih not s in Lincoln County than ull other ComMoru decided where he will locate. panies combined and not a dissatisfied one among them. Miss Carroll Wheeldon, Misses Let mu show you the tonus of tho most liberal policy you Maud and Bess Johnson, Misses have over seen, Myrna and Zola Acton, Miss Elsie Singleton, Messrs. Hollis and Butler Reynolds visited at W. It. Sngleton's last week. Horn n few (lays ago to Mr. nliri Miss ftrncle I'ctrcy Is sick. Mrs. John Hill, nnothcr hnby boy, Mrs. Mclvin remains very III. Mrs. Jesso Surlier spent Inst week Our school started again Monday. with her niece, Mrs. I.amont llaukln, Earl Kusscll was In Stanford rein Danville. cently. Mr. John Vernon nnd fnmlly have Mr. SchniUler i very ill nt this Myrtlo St., Beverly, Mass., writes: "I For Infanta and Children. moved from the old Trlbble house to wrlt'n. havo taken four bottles of Peruna, I'arksville, Mr. Hugo SchniUlur's mother Is nnd I ran say that It has done mo r, Mrs. Kmmu Iligglnhnttom, of n grent deal of jjood for catarrh of Very Hick. the head and throat I recommend is the guest of her sis'cr, Strt K sir Mr. I. eo Eyr-- la' ulTerinj with n Peruna to all sufferers with catarrh. F. T. Burke. had cold. I do not think I ever felt much betThe groundhog evidently saw his Mnstcr Howard I'ctrcy is some ter. I am really surprised at tho hugged what Improved. shadow for the mercury has work I can do. I do not think too much praise can ba said for Peruna." the zero mnrk since, Kumcll is very sirk Mr. Jrrrf Mrs. l'ct Epperson and baby, of with the measles. Those who object to liquid medl- Mrs. William II. Illncbllffc, No. 20clnea can procure Peruna Tablets. Dayton, Tenr.., p.re gueH of Ikv Mr. W. Benko nnd Mr. II, Ensslin Mrs. K. K. Kelley. re stuily'ng te'egrnnhy. Mrs. C. II. Mathis, of Alabama, Mrs. Veda Ilinkhorn Kilter of The peace conference nt Brest Mr. V llinm Ilenke went to Stan-- ' greatest womnn farmer, hns Litovsh again is in session, hut no was the guest last wee': o' Mr. ford en hiisincM Mnniiny and Mrs. Joseph Prewitt. Mr. Frfd Sr., was calling i fnvecil more than 20,000 miles ind details of the pioceedings yet have has given hundreds of talks on crop come through. Bavaria now has a Mrs. Kobert Kerr on Simon IVtry Monday. The remains of were taken to Kockuood, Tenn., representative among' the delegates, Mrs. M 'Jo Konecker has been rotation and soil building. Friday night for interment. visiting- Mrs. M.ick Petrey. A proposal is under consideration who will watth the proceedings in lie Miss Jennie Mr. and Mrs. John Irvin were the to convert Vassar College in the sum half of King Ludwig, who is declarJone. of AUtm Springs, has been visiting her bro guesta of Mrs. Minnie Ensslin. mer months during the war into n ed to have view with serious nxiety ther, Mr. (Jeorge Jones and family. Mr. Frank Denson is doing sornu school for the training of college the previous course of the negltia The smallpox scare and fear of rnal- - w, - for Osenr Ilertel. women for nurses. tions. vaccination caused n los of over .10 Mls I.iirlo Stickler is able to be U pupils two days Inst week nt achonl. out lifter a. severe ese of measlrs. Mrs. Jennie C. (Inililis l'tipped to Mr. 0. Boone has bought the telePatterson Hall, Lexngt"'i tix do.-e- phone line hero and hns been repair- cans of beans for K. ',. irls tr. ing it. eat. Mlaa Kmmn Knaslin was the gnct Miss Delia Johnson and Mr. Klzn of Mils (Irnce IVtry Suiulny, who is (!ailili, of Bowen, were united in very ill. marriage February 1st, by Itev. J. M. Mrs. A. Ant wont to Akrin, ()., Hice at .lunrtion City. Inst wi ck to visit i r'onds and rel.i-tie- s The Modern Woodmen nml Maeea theie. I bees have settled in full with Mrs Mr. James Russell and family are ::: ' Matte K. Kelley for tli inurnnce rnnflnm tu their home on at count of I d'l'her husband, deceased. the measles. Mil's iimwti1 Doss has been sick Joht, Russell, tlw son or lr B d 'he past wek nnd her aunt, Misf Ruihm11. is now stationed at ort Maude Maine, of Chrstlnn county. OglrthorjM!. Oh. Iris been teaching in her place. Mr. August Irvin is; viMt".j reli-tivo- a Mi Ktzie A Is tot t. of the Shelbv and frihda here befo.e leavCity school, has dlacontintletl ing for the army. school until March on account of Mr. Alfred Stftmrnlcy is able to THE SOLDIER'S FOOD 'small attendance and bnd wtwther. be out agnln after a severe attack of F.wry war lias Its own type of On Sunday Mr. and Mr. F. T. cip and rheuraatisin. fault in the system and methods of Burke celebrnt. h'rtbda h't K1 Mr i., t Mrs. Adolph Wesendolf conducing it. In the Cuban war the by a f w, e h -i t' Mr,. Ot- ' dinner ts of Mr el. '.Ti-iKreut trouble was the food. The em- the Christian I h Ml the .T'i. Frv.'.r ii. '.iv afteni'Mj balmed beef became a tradition of V nt Mr W were present our history. This time the ,'f"i Trosper. who is ., t iii V" mill M' THT VANISHED COAL SHED around our system for sup run. No king ever sat down to n mere We shiver at the wintry blast plying clothing and munitions. But it royal meal than did those 12 fortun- And grumble- - at the cold, It a great satisfaction to the Ameriate men of tho church. Aunt Kate Yet pondering on the winters pnst can people, amid all the storm of Bruce's biscuits and corn brend. toAnd boyhood days of old, complaints, to hear so little said gether with the good old him, tur I balance all the joys that arc Pig-Choabout the food. This must be pretty key, etc., wfth ices, mints nnd. spic"? With woes that used to be, good. Cow-chofeedcow; many and cigars and fruits, cniuod And count the present luxuries far People who see the boys in large a blue Monday in office, school pnd Superior to me. numbers say that already they can store. All were invited to attend Mr Those winters brought unto my observe the evidence of good sub- BurkeVi 102 celebration in lor9, but soul d stantial living. A lot of only one of them stands any chanc Full many aday of dread boys have been turned into huskies of being there. Guest) who? For every bucketful of coal ne Of course, this is largely outdoor I carried from the shed. life Hut is could not exist were not WAYNESBURC the boys pelting nutritious, We had no spacious cellar then Mrs. M. K. Wheeldon is sick at this food. Wherein tho coal was stored; writing. So when you hear the yarns never That pleasure but the richest men M. Reynolds went to DanMr. I Recommend Pcruna To All SulTcrcrs passages! I Do Of Catarrh Not Think I Ever Felt ln-caste- r Much Always y1' In Better iio-the- ea, Dr-hl'- -i- Use n For Over Just Received! Thirty Years I A car of buggies. Let us show you before buying. We guarantee to please you. 1 E. T. Pence, Jr., Stanford hr I For Sheep We are headquarters for all kinds of w -- Try our Dairy Feed for your stock ewes; it is for the hog: unexcelled. We have for your for the Fatina ing cattle, in fact, feed for all stock. Try some and be convinced. w Purina Feed T. W. JONES-Pho- pale-face- No. 1 d J. Monroe Thompson Were able to afford. So at the limits of the yard A little shack was built, Where our supply of fuel hard Was regularly spilt Then every mornnp; I would roll Rebelliously from bed To fill the glowing stove with coal I'd carried from the shed. If the snow had fallen through the night IM take the rusty spade And work with all my youthful might Until a path I'd made. The way was long, the work was hard And bitter was the breeze, It seemed to mo in our backyard To death a man could freeze, I know that Perry at the pole Would not have cared to tread The patch I daily trod for coal In Storage Battery Station Installed i Frozen and Old Batteries Made New. Also sell New Batteries Come In and See Us nl that shed. y Today the coal bin's nearer home Than what it used to be, Our children do not have to roam On paths long known to mo. They never face the icy blact Nor trudge through drifts of snow. Such terrors now are of tho jv t And hallowed long ago. And now, a gay and cheerful soul, I'm glad those days pe ,il When eery bucketful of I curried from the shed. The Danville Buick Co. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY Wtlnut Street, Phone 798 L. B. CONN, Prop. mmmmmgfmmmmmmummmmamammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Think About This Don't Coin-panic- hie 1 TIRED, NERVOUS HOUSEWIFE TOOK VINOL ,Now She is Strong and Well Worn Tires In this time of high cost of living, why not economize. Bring us your old tire and let us Half-Solit with the famous so it will run longer Gales Half-Sol- e miles without a than a new one-3,- 500 puncture. Ask the man who is using one. We do all kinds of Vulcanizing. Send us your work and it wiil be done e YT A jU I policy-holder- R. M. Nwland He unrters for A ' of Insurance Berkeley, Cal. "I was nervous. Irritable, no appetite, could not sleep, and was always tired, so my housework was a great effort. After many other medicines had failed Vinol built me up and made me strong. I have a good appetite and sleep well. Every nervous, weak, ailing woman should try it." Mrs. N. Edmunds, 3io7 Dwight Way, Berkeley, Cal. W ask every nervous, weak, rundown, ailing woman in this town to try this cod liver and Iron tonic on The big tannery at Ashland was our guarantee to return their money damaged to the extent of $50,000 by if it fails to help them. fire. The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. right. The International Rubber Sales Company J. B. Williams, Mgr. ::::::: Danville, Kentucky Local Agent, Stanford, Ky. .VI G. H. MASTERS, wT " i. j.r. Av,y,iksiM" " . .. M" ' . The Interior Journal. Stan lord. Kentucky, Friday, February THE INTERIOR 8, MW MW 1918 BW MT JOURNAL mw M MV MW MT MT W W Br MW mv M7 W MW MT MW MW MT mw mt mw MW " " Intereet Bearing Assets ui fx t E. C. Walton and J. II. Wright nltr4 at l 9teonii r"i ttt X mail mntiir. (fd, A , THE MOST DANGEROUS MAN IN AMERICA 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 2,500.00 United States Bonds, 3s Lincoln County Turnpike Bds. 4s... 3,000.00 Lincoln County Court House Bds. 31,500.00 4s 1 1 H 1 United Kingdom of Great Britain 30,000.00 and other Bonds, 5s 6s 4,550.00 Stock in Federal Reserve Bank 137,772.43 Cash and bal. due from banks 356,975.16 Loans and Discounts Total 696,887.37 i it "CORNER NEXT .TO COURT HOUSE" STANFORD, KY. jwHesasEsvssMi Anyone Desiring to Sell Their "! ua, Stack or Crops will make money by seeing THE HUSTLING REAL ESTATE MEN HUSTONVILLE AND MORELAND Dinwiddie & Owens ' 1- m long out Colonel Roosevelt screed in the Knnsns City Star, for which he is a paid writer and which publication ought to be excluded from the malls because of the treasonable utterances to which it gives publicity, invelgning against Secretary linker, whom he virtually calls a liar In his recital before the Senate of the satisfactory condition of the War Department, and snys that had his advice been followed we would not now be "In such n 'deplorable condition of unprepnrcdncss." Either the colonel forgets or regards the American people as a lot of fools, whom he can beguile with any sort balderdash be chooses to give thrin Hut there's where he makes a mis take. The record is against him and while he may fool some of the people some of the time nnd some of the people all the time, he can lint fool all the people all the time. In December 1011, six months af tor war started, President Wilson delivered a message to congress urging that steps be taken to extend our merchant marine. A bill was introduced to authorize the governtnen to subscribe for stock in a luiput.t tion, to purchase, construct, equip, maintain and operate murchant in the foreign trade and for OTHKU PURPOSES. The bill wu viciously fought by the leading Re publicans, but it passed the House with every Republican voting against it. In Senate, however, it uns killed, after the leading Republicans, including Lodge, Root and lltirton had spoken against, every man of that party voting nay In the debate it was brought out that Admiral Deuey and the general staff of the army had recommended to Roosevelt, who was then president a similar bill and pointing out the grunt use that such ships could be made of as naval The jircsent great advocate of preparedness declined to recommend action and nothing was done. When the Wilson bill was up for consideration he was asked to appear before tin senate committee but he to do so and proceeded instead to write an article for the Metropolitan Magazine strongly opposing the I In n Tuesday, Feb. 12 County Court Day On account of Dr. Garfield's Heatless Mondays, it has been decided to hold February County Court on Tuesday, February 12th. Visitors to Stanford on that day are cordially invited to call at our store and inspect our large stock of Furnishings for Men and Boys McRoberts,Bailey&Rupley MAIN STREET STANFORD, KY. in bis effort to disparage a man, the latches of whose shoes he is to unloose It our candid opinion that Roosevelt is at once the nost dangerous and the most detestable man in America and we s. agree with Senator Stone that he is the most potent agent the Kni.-e- r har in this country. He is .1 mm sance that ought to be Minted a'ld a traitor that ought to be "itner hot . or interned. of the Lexington An aftermath attempt to get the cantonment comes in the refusal of the city commissioners to help the Development Company out of r hole. It went ahead nnd bought a several hundred acre farm and failing to' secure the camp sold it at a loss with other things of $17,000. The company claims that the former board of com missioners promised to help it $."i,- 000 worth, but Chief Corporation Counsel James G. Denny on being asked for an opinion said that the commissioners had neither the right to apportion nor levy th- - amount, and there you are. No wonder the Herald mini is fighting mad with the Secretary of War, who he charges went back on the favorable report of the army officers to locate the camp there, as he is one of the heaviest losers. Speaking of Mr. Denny, he is a Lincoln county product, who has we hear, made exceedingly good In his adopted home and his friends here are very much gratified. crem Feed is n m x tire iratirv seed ur milk cows Cr-- t I iry Feed. It of Cotton Scrd Menl, Alfalfa Meal, G'titen Feed, MoIjism's nqd Mill Feed. Wc hav sold this feed for more than a year and kin w that it is fine for milk cow. 16.5 per ceti protein. We hnve this in 100 lb. sacks. bill. - Si 5 - The bill was again presented to the new congress and passed the House, May 20, It) 1C, 211 to 161, only eight Republicans voting for it The senate also passed it after considerable dilatory efforts by the Re publicans, 28 to 21, the Republicans voting solidly against it. Thus by the opposition of Roosevelt and his po litical associates neatly two years of ship preparedness was lost. Now this prophet after the fact tries to make the ignorant believe that he was the great originator and inventor of pre. paredness, notwithstanding he made KENTUCKY CRAB ORCHARD. no effort in that line during his near ly eight years as president. It is a shame that the people ever honored such a shameless prevaricator, whose that the suffering is intense. Many Fole object in his war on Wilson is to FORCED TO STAY IN BED to keep warm. The thcr- Fuel Chairman George Wyhsall, went to bed try and break down the government It is sent 'out from Washington Ohio safe! that between 400 and 500 i mometer registered 17 below zero and get himself elected president that the tost of the first ten months arc without coal and ' Tuesday Marion families again. The people arc rapidly getting of the war to the United States is on to his duplicity, though, nnd it is more than beven billions of dollars, a pretty safe gamble that the only which is at the rate of $710,000,000 presidency he will ever hold again a month and nearly $24,000,000 a is that 0 the Ananias club. day. These figures almost stagger the Remembering how t!ie colonel cul- imagination. Think of it a million tivated relations with the Kaiser and dollars an hour and resolve that the that he went to Germany after bis help of God you will do everythin term to become personally with him in your power to bring the monstt r and never lost an opportunity after- to hk knees and his neck to the hal wards to sing his praises, we put lit- ter. tle credence in his present blatant strictures of the German rulers. He R. M. NEW LAND also cultivated acquaintance with Prince Henry, of Prussia, the Kaisllendtiunrtcrs for er's brother and seemed proud of bis Best Fire and Life Insurance friendship. He was the cause of more German professors taking posit'ons Phones 168. 45 Stanford, Ky. with American colleges thin an" other dozen mon. He kept up the praises of the Kaiser and his rela tjons till the breaking out of th wnr This cold weaboth with his mouth nnd with his I FARM LOANS pen nnil even then in 11 miigiuln u ther demands the tiele said that the invasion of Over 3 Million Loaned Through was a matter in whi-'lthe This Offic. warm garments, United States had no treaty cblfcn tlons and was no just cause for and one of the o war with Germany. Now he hbouts t II he is red in the fn-- e most sensible inthat w INSURANCE .ught to have declared wc on the vestments thatcan government immediately BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE imperial Belgium was invaded. It also will be Lexington, Kjr Ch.aptid A Short be made now is remembered that when the colonel was in Berlin and n guest of the according to a German the purchase of Kaiser, the latter had his army or- reply given by Andrew Ilonar Law, dered on dress parade for his especi- Knglish Government lender in the an Overcoat or a al delectation and how the colonel House of Commons, have done to Mackinaw at our slopped over its magnificence saying death 14,120 noncombatant Hritish that if he had such nn army ho would men, women and children. present old LOW J1I1M y s",''5f?xu' &hM& conquer the world. Possibly that remark may have put the Idea in tha Cut Thii Out It It Worth Money PRICES. Don't miss this. Cut out this slip, Kuiser's head to Inaugurate the warcncloso witn live cents to roiey & y fare which for ficndishness and Co., 2835 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, has no counterpart in his tcry 111., writing your name and address With such a record behind him. It clearly. You will receive in return a takes the cheek of n government trial package containing Foley's Compound, for mule to act and speak as the colonel Honey and Tar croup. Foley Kidcoughs, colds and does, but he seems to bo utterly with- ney Pills and Foley Cathnrtic Tab out a sense of shame or propriety lets. Sold Everywhere. Corduroy Suits For Men and Boys J.H. Baughman&Co. IMOOHrOiiTtD I "CONSERVATION" Is the "Motto'1 Now in Every Business W. E. PERKINS We will apply it this year, especially to our credit business, so wc kindly nsk you to pay cash for seedst as we have to pay cash. High prices requires more money to handle our business so please with us in this conservation and not force us to put any notes and accounts in an attorney's hands for collection. Very respectfully, W. H. HIGG1NS te M E N J. k L. Beazley & Co., Undertaker Jl - Embalmer MM. i ft It vXL l ax. If I d Eff BCaC A Lfat:rnfTByf- 'rpiw"- Phone 42, Stanford, Ky Undertaker - Embalmor -- wjt om. jLtlvylVjIj J C. McCLARY 5 Per Cent: W. KING & SON Auto Service to Danville Taylor Auto Livery Co., Danville BUICK CARS EXCLUSIVELY Ilel-jriii- I i Careful and Experienced Drivers 9:00 a. m. Leave Danville Hotels 10:00 a. m. Leave Stanford Hotels :30 p. m. Leave Danville Hotels 4:00 p. m. Leave Stanford Hotels Special and Careful Attention to Packages which are carried and delivered at reasonable rates Leave Calls at St. Asaph Hotel Rates: Danville to Stanford $1.00 1 bru-talit- ROBINSON'S fa.jsWJr- Taylor Auto Livery Co. Danville, Kentucky i 3- The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, February 8, 1918 "Corn-Lis- s Day" The First National Bank . for Fft, Every Day ln Of Stanford, Ky. Willi ' $50,000.00 $37,150.00 CAPITAL STOCK OF SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS OF hat taken ery precaution lo nfeguard and prolrct III DEPOSIT-OR- S and STOCKHOLDERS ly joininf Ihr American Bankers' the Kentucky Hanker' AnocUtlon, and It Ko a member of the Federal Rriervr System, and lijf selecting the following efficient officer! anil dlrrclnrt for the year 1 9 8 1 OFFICERS J. S. IIOCKKR S. T. MAURIS II. C. HAUGIIMAN C. IIAVS POSTER W. W. SAUNDERS C. C Mcl'UKRSON II. L PP.RKINS Preiident Vice Pre.ident 2nd Vice Pre.ident Ca.liier Individual Bookkeeper lt Clerk Clerk DIRECTORS JOHN C. ROHINSON, S 1. HARRIS, C. R COLEMAN, J. IIOCKER, M. D. ELMORK, J P. DUDDLRAK. WM HECK II. C. HAUGIIMAN. J. M. PETTUS, V. G. GOOCII J. C. EUIJANKS, JOHN II. POSTER, R. C. MOCKER, J. W. WILLIAMS, R. II WOODS j Mr J T Iliiinkeliship PERSONAL AND SOCIAL remains The Womnn's Club will quite ill. n II. M Vim bus been in meet in Uio club toonn lit 2.30 1. M., to hold the annual election of of- this week, II I). Carter w her frem All member are noted ti bo ficer today prevent Hunn went to Ittirvilt the I). A, Thomas, of laiirnater. li in llrat of the week V this city today S I'b-- Imi been Ht home fur Mrs. W. H. Kit. if Louisville, la fcvenil dn with hi fnmilj. the guest of Mrn Swniii II. YetiRer. Walter Singelton is at home from Col. I. M. Dunn win here from Lexington thin wiek with homefolks Dinville Thursday nftemoon on Mrs. Mollie M.irtin is now making her home with .Mrs ( icero l(onoliis. Ml. and .Mr Stewart t'nrson jre V D. Kdninton, of Crali Orchard, visiting relative and friends in :ii a visitor in tin eitv Wt dncsdny. Miss llelle Denny left tmlny to vis Mm pan Smith lliiughmiiu lui lxen it Mr J W. Feamstor, rt I'ninkfort nick fur several tlay at hi home in Wallln is spending Mi l.eon.i the country several dnvn .it hi r home at Cedar Mrs. V. S Tuntnry. of Danville, Creek wedding nttended the Kirkhind-DunCounty Clerk John II Nit hols, of here jestenluy D.mwllo, waa here on business yesMi Kiln Mue Saunders has been terday. confined to her home several das on Mr Valentine Pauley, of Vanes-ImrK- , in MsithiK his yon, Mr Ilruce airotint of illness. Ml Lottie Carson Iiiik returned PliK.ll'. isit-inMiap Klinilicth Iloltsclaw is home sifter ii unit to Lancaster relher Muter, Mins Llami Iloltsclaw, ative mid friends Mi. Keenon S June came up from at Kirhmund. Jacksonville, I'lii., to attend the Mr lhcr HirriiiK. of Ijincaster, of hi father, Mr I. S Jones jesterday on bust-ne- a whm in Danxillf Siimu.tl Kirklnnil and Mis Glndy iUncnte. Danville Kirkland, of Lchnnon Junction, arc Messrs Jake and John Robinson, with their aunt. Mrs V I' Kincnid. of lliiyle, uttendeil the Kirklnnil-Dun- n Mr (' K Hoskins, of Cumpbclls-villt- :. ueddniK here Thursday panned through here WednesMian Horenie Heck has returned day afternoon, en route home from home from Laurel, Miss., where she Richmond. haw spent the Kreater portion of winMiss Miihnda Nave has r turned ter frsm n protracted visit to relatives Mrs W S Pish and little aim. I. and friends in the south Hnrrods-bur- g K Pish weie in Lancaster ThursDemocraL day to see her sixtor. Mrs V A. V C. Roberta, of hear. Mr. and Mrs . Lebanon Junction, hnc returned Mm W'.C, Mc lb v returned to her home after n iit to Mr and Mrs. home at Mt Vernon Thursday after Kmmett Cabell. .i short unit to her mother, Mrs I) Mr. and Mm A. C. Coffey. Mr. II. South.ird. mid Mr MiKee Riffe and Mr June Mrs C It. Coleman, who had the Hooker, of llustonvillc, weio in thi misfortune to fall and break her lee-city Thursday. is restinc comfortnbl.v, her mnny Mr. and Mm Charlie Thompson, friend will be Kind to know who lime been visiting her mother,1 Mr James Harris Il.iuhni.in, of Mrs. I) li. Southard, unit to Lan- Danville, came up Thursday to at-I- t caster Thunnln for n visit to rela- ml the reception of Mrs William tUes II Shanks, Kien in honor of Mr William ICeinhart is now holdinic Robert llenton Wood down a pliue in the postolllce here j Sam Goldstein, of N'ew liedfou'. He Mi'cceded I'rescott llrown, who ' Mas , is the Kuest u( hi cousin, Mrs. will lene in a few d lys to enter U. Sam Kobiiison, Mr Goldstein was ' S. Siirlco. drafted in Octol or, but has been dis- Mr. and Mra. T W No.) lor, Mr ihnrcrd on .iccount of oer-weii;and Mrs. Prank Miller, of Parker I Mm Kd Wilhinron has retmned City, I ml , who wore called here by home after a usit to the bedside of the ileth oC Mr J P Miller, return-- J her sister, Mrs Judd Phillips of Cm-eto their homea Thursday. iiniiuti. .Mrs. Phillip, who slipped Clartineu Cooper left Tuadny foi nnd fell on the lie, is somewhat O., where he will enter an pioed. d Dr. P .L Ilruce. Dr. I) H aviation trainiiiK school. He was no as far na Lexington by his ard, Mi(.rs It. K. Lee Sun, and J fnthir, County Clerk G. dl. Cooper. L. Iienzlu) and Meilnine J S. Rice It T. Ilrute aciompunied the ro Mra. Snin J Tatem, of CchIi Orch-'annrd, unilerwent a rather severe oper- - mains of Mr L. S. Jones to Mt. Ver niton at St. Joseph Inflrmnr, Lou- - non for burial Wednesday, isville, Saturday She stood it nicely Handsomely ennraved announce-nn- d is gettiiig aloiiu; fine, her many meuU have been received in this will be ftlnd to lonru. iioiiihihk the inamaKe of Mr Kobort Mr. 01 mile Dinuiddie, son of Col Waie Mcltoburts nnd Mrs Pauline John Dinwiddle, of Mori land, who Meeks Carter, nt Atlanta . (In. The has licon in Miami, Okla., for several groom ia a son of Mr. nnd Mrs. It months, is at homo on a visit Mr. K, Mcltobcrts, of Lancaster, and a Dinwiddle is associated with the Mm- - nephew of Postmaster II. J Mcltob ernl Hell Motor Company, of Miami, orts, of this city. IVIi. 'J Mitth-ellahtir- lie bim-inr- s. Itnh-mnni- l. n t; 1m-ri- nl Presbyterian Church Sunday 10. Sunday School at 0:J5j Morning service II, sermon by pastor. C. K. niOv'ting nt 0:30. Union service nl the llaptist ihurch nt 7. National "Father anil Son" dnv will be observed In Lexington next Sumlny The Young Men's Christlnn Attention hns made the week of Fcbrinry 10 17 throuRhout the coun try one of obsi nance nnd specie! cniprixis of the relationship of the fathi r ami son. Btiptut Chun h Sunday School at 9 li A M . IV. aihinn at 11 by the "Ct IC'lhsOnlrRsnuoie.TlinrouihCorn-I'celtrEvtrDUcovrred- ll.". p ist r. Subject "Sin and Its Results, Demand "Gt leremiah 2 . i'i It is very important Inurhcs a corn or cnllus Hie growth tint n full attendance be present ns la doomed It tilirs lint two rc t busineaa matters are to be attend) d TIib corn-piiniida lo npplv I ou inn sit lami nt 'inrr to I mon "erviee at 7 P M . conduct nt your il'Hk or wilk ntiout, dunce, think, love and work with absolute ed by Ite P. L. Urute "drta-Hiase Voil tan npplnnvwlifre" where thnstnin Chunh Sundny Sihol almrmt ou rin take )mir Khne nnd stork-In10 o'clock, It. M. HlncUrby, Supt , ofr for a mornwit or two 'Uds-lt- " ilrlra nt oner, thfn put ourahon Lord's Supper nnd sermon, 1 mill slorklnic on nnln Thirt'a no Subject: "Cotieervation of furllifr excuse s for fiilTerlrnr from torn and Spiritual Forte." Christian Endeav"OM,.lt" Is rnld nt nil tlriiKKlsta fjnii nr.il jmv no more llian .'V rents or, rt.10 P. M Union service at the a ttotltei or nt on nctltit of tirlrrt Itnptial ibiilth Ai 7 oVluik IteV. P A Co, Clilcnito, 111 lit 1? Irfiwri-nr- r L. Ilruce preachlnit the wrmon. It is Sold in Stanford and recommend ed as the world's best corn remedy hoped that, with the return of favor able weather, all the service will be uy ire i'tnuy Drue btore. more lamely attended. New comes f r im V 1'herford IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Teiai , that a little son hn arried nt I)r W. M Elliott, of Lnncaste 1 tin, home of Mr nnd Mrs Thum-Pond A.dmmia-irutn- r N'ewland. He baa lit m name I Mail hua been appointed for Garrard county Dudley Vewlaml rue Hurgrars entered the store of T. Carl Cnrtor, who has bten hen C. Willis at NicrHiUuvilie this week with his wife and baby for several stole Vd.is left this afternoon to reaume and tobucco. - in change and a quantity Mr. Willi wa a tnc of his work with the W'routiht Iron t nm ugi in this it Range Co., nt Hunstville, Ala vt Lieutenant Kcto ! w stationed at r up T ' SHIP PROBLEM UP TO WILSON few hours wit'1 home' oh- - S . . President Wilson took up person vingtuii, Mr. V. C. Popples, of ally the shipping probltm nd at n home aftt r spending conferenco with Chuirman Hurley, has returned evcral days with her mother, Mr of the Shipping Hoard, went into the Randolph Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Lugreat problem of prot uring tonnare Gibb spent Sunday in Danville for the movtment of Amenci n ther with their daughter. Mis Elizabeth troops nnd supplies overseas (liblis, who is under trentment at the Every phase of the question was Danville hopital. Lancaster Recilicuht'd, including the progress of ord. the Government building program, plans for obtaining nllltd ships for Kearlv 700 barrels of vhiky arc negotia- now contained in the warehouse of transporting soldiers an tions with the Kuroptnn neutral for the Old Tarr distiller near Lexingtonnage to release American vessels ton The supply is enough to last for service The Pre about three weeks, when it is ident wns particularly interested in it will mark the passing of the proposal to obtain adilitionr.1 one of the oldest distilleries in Kenships by rulucing import prohal1 tucky. Uio "Oetvlt," the Great Corn Discovery I Makes Coma Peel Right Off! Txirk nl tlie III strntion" below flfiMr piellnR oft u in the tliojfch i rn h bnnnnn it wr I'H I' Mid tlm man li mnlllnn while, fir a tlolliR it' All ilonn piunleitly, Th niomct '(lclii.lt. lot fully WITH THE CHURCHES Methodist Church Rev C. II. Greer, presiding elder will preach nt 11 o'clock nnd ndminlstor the communion. Sunday School nl 9:15. Rev V. II. Smith, of IlloomlnRton, Ind., hns ncceptcil n call to the of the Christian church nt Dnnville nnd will take chnrge March pns-torn- Plow! Plow! II 1. NOW IS THE TIME TO PLOW Our country demands more grain. Not only must we feed our boys, but a large portion of Europe, or Germany wlil win THE JOHN DEERE STAG SULKY Pulls lighter, handled easier, makes a better seed bed; wlil increase your yield from to 2 barrels of corn to acre. Let us show you. I -2 F'il r.t-tarorn-paln- ' Agents for Vulcan and Syracuse Walking Plows ii Riffe Brothers Hustonville, Ky. FOR RENT The Helm home and lot on Danville avenue. House in good condition and desirable locaSee or tion Immediate possession nhone II .1 McRoberts. FOR SALE GO Thoroughbred Hampshire-dowewes, bred to an impoiteil buck, due to Iamb Feb 10 These are extra nice ones. J. Fox Dudderar, Stanford. 1 have for sale 12) tons SILAGE good quality corn silage of . Gooil hultor nnd good Will bo fetl as desired. Phone, write or call on Hartvvell Shanks, at Lincoln County National Rank, Stanford, Kv. i.CI&T nil Wtllflnt- - - ulfiniu.- nr Tfllc- -'""torn i'le pike n small cretonne trnvel-- j case, containing a pair of gold ing nose glasses with chain, gold neck chain with pearl cross end other articles. Please leave at this office. Lib11-eral reward. ""IMPORTANT Mr. Farmer, ou arc going to be mighty busy with jour plowing when the ground thawi up. You had better, right away, sea E. T. Pence, Jr., or H. C. Anderson about the Twentieth Century Tarm Horse, or you may not get our order in in time to get one. Investigate this right away. I 2-- tf n 7-lirst-clasntt'-nlin'i9-- tf tf 10-t- M J K 1 Come To Court Tuesday, February Twelfth Make some money by buying any shoe you will need for the next six months. Before moving we i I 1 trans-Atlant- one-hnl- f A full realization of the extent tc which America's troop movement to Prance depinds on tonnage has come indi-catnl , d South-coinpauie- d not only to this Government, but to the Allies as well as it was that one of the chief topics at the recent session of the Supreme War Council nt Versailles was that of finding ships for that purpose. A big American army is substantially ready to go, but before it is sent the CENT-A-WOR- D ADS War Department wants to bo assured (Vd lure are 1 Ctrl k vnri h i up iah it can be supplied. Ships are avail silh ordrr no ! !ii lhn I5c fch miif A good pair of work FOR SALE. able to trnnport the men; the probCome nt once. J. II Brownlem is keeping them furnished with mules 1 ing, Stanford, Ky materials with which to fight. CREAM SEPARATORS New and second-hanTHINGS WORTH KNOWING See J. S. Mobley V In a new electric I'hotogmph Son, McKinney. Phone 1J0-machine an automati printing FOUND Automobile license tag, switih shuts off the light at a set No. 'J:'2.ri2. Owner can get same b time, insuring oven prints. paying for this nil. Call at this ollice. Carbonic acid gas is used in a maFOR SALE One big type Poland chine of European niteii'ion to snray China months old. mortar or plaster on n wall and has- gree boar, sixteen W. McGuire, Pedifurnished. J. ten its setting. 10-- Ip Ky. A in w attachment for fountain earling Angus A FOR SALE pens holds them up nt an angle and prevent them spilling ink wheiv laid hull, thoroughbred, but can't be Price light. W. L. Neal, on horizontal surfaces, 11-- 2 So that u smokur can see what is Moreland. occurring behind him an English inWANTED 2 oi .1 acres tobacco ventor has patented a pipe with small on shares House furnished and work when not in crop. Address P O. I!o mnrors on the bowl. A curved ladder has been I men ted '!.!), Stanford, Ky. 12 lp on whichdrowning pcr.suns tan he MOXEV TO LOAN $1,000 an placed and drawn into a boat with- up on impi oved farm binds in Linout danger of, capsizing it. coln county. f per cent. Rufc 10-Ashuret, Somersut, Ky. Don't' forget that on at count of FOR SALE A liuuk ro.uUtei in 'Heat lew Monda," court d.i will be gootl condition, will sell nt a bargain Tuesday, Feb. llith. if sold at once. Ownei leaving town. p See Dotor Ilallou. 1 tf F May-wooreg-isteie- d. 1 12-2- Persons owning or controlling dogs within the city, are hcreb notified that if taxes on them of SI, this per toil ending June 1, 1918, is past due nnd if not paid by March 1st, to city clerk, prosecutions will be instituted Uy order of council A. II. Severance, City Clerk NOTICE! Breaks a Cold In a Hurry Cold Tablets will give you quick relief. Absolutely one of the saf- are making especially low prices on est and best combinations for quickly breaking up a cold, and at the same time free from narcotic drugs. PRICE 25c Men's, Women's & Children's Shoee; Linoleums, Etc. Every Rcxall Remedy guaranteed or money refunded Lincoln Pharmacy Opposite Court House Severance & Son 9i TJl Phone 27 SsM: Siore - Stanford, Ky. Tobacco Canvass Come to our store and buy your tobacco canvass. We have what you want and How's This? TUESDAY, FEB. 12tk, 1918 County Court1 Day On account of the Meatless Mondays, Feb. County Court will bu held in Stanford, Tuesday, Feb. 12th. We are to supply all your needs, in our line on that day Do not fail to visit pre-pared TVe offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any ense of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Ilnlle Cutarrh Medicine IlnU'a Catarrh Medicine has been taken by cnlnrrh uunVrer for the punt thirty. tlvo years, end hua become known as the most reliable remedy for Catarrh Hall's Catarrh Medicine lets thru the Illood on the Mucous surfaces eipelllns the Pol son from the Illood and heulins the ells, easid portions. After you havn liiken Hall's Catnrrh Medicine for n short time you will sen a our ceneral (treat Improvement In health Blnrt toklnir Hall's Catarrh Midi cine at once nr.il kh rht of ennrrh Set.d for testimonials free K. J. CIIKNKV ft CO. Toledo. Ohio. Sold v oil DriiKKlsta. "ic. d AiiivO SALE jack. Would eell for cash or trade for other stock. I). M. Anderson, 10-lStanford, Ky. It. F. I). I. FOR threo-ciu-ol- the price is right. We still have lots of bargains at the sale price that we wish you to call and see and we know that you will buy SEE OUR BARGAINS ON SHOES at 98c ?. Fp Will ell Tuesday, FOR SALE Fell 12th, county couit day, to the highest bidder two splendid jacks', one four ears old and the -- other three year old. II, C. Anderson, desire- uble looms for rent over my store. See me 'at once. E. T. Pence. 12tf FOR SALE MiTlett en' peawne hay, baled and $25 per ton. On Geo. Evans, farm near Crab Orchard. Sec f John Hutthins on th farm, ROpMS-Several ,7-t- Stanfoid. " LIVING 12-- 1 The Penny Drug Store K. U. Quality Coleman, Prop. Accuracy Service Telephone No. Labor in Gel many has been ordered to be good or he shot The Kuiscr is less to ho blunted for dealing summarily with strikers in suih u situation than the Germans are to blame for having tolerated the Kaiser until the inevitable development of the isting situation. Courier-Journa- l. ex- 2 FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, Pictures and Stoves. W. A. Tribble, Stanford. 28tf Bargain Store SALEM & SALEM w tew iiitM mhmi lw$ i"MtoL 3fc3wi HW(pW Page Six 1 lir ...crii n Stanford, fveniuoky, Friday, February 8, 1918 l ! i 8 STATE COUNCIL OF DEFENSE KEEP LIVER ACTIVE An Idea of the enormous needs In AND nOWELS CLEAN the labor situation nt the vnrlous WITH "CASCARETS' shipyard In the country, Is gnlned from a statement Just Issued by Bed When Dillon. , Sick, llesdachv, ComtipMrd, Or For Dud Breath Charles Plc, General Mnnagcr of Or Sour Stomach the Kmergoncy Fleet Corporation, which Is chnrged with the task of setHe careful Clean up in.de toting nt nnught the submarines of night nnd feel fine. Tnke Cnscnrets to Von Tirpitz and his blondy-hnndecrew. On the shoulders of the fleet liven your liver nnd clean the bowels situation rests the obligation of and stop hendnchis, a bad ccld, enjoy this real breath, coated offensive showing the submarine warriors of tongue, snllowncss. sour stomach and Germany that they nnd the German cigarette. It's junkers that they have pinned their gases. Tonight tnke Cnscnrets nnd full of flavor as good liver nnd hope to a broken staff. The success enjoy the nicest, gentlest of the task of the Corporation, ac- bowel clennsing you ever experiencas a pipe. cording to lis directors depends upon ed. Wake up feeling grnnd Kvcry-boy- 's doing it, Cnscnrets best Inxn-tiv- e the solution of the labor situation. for children nlso. It Says Mr. Pic: "The work of the Stifle Councils Rev. George W. Hill, n Hnptist of Defense and the agents of the minister, died nt his home at Glcn-cois Public Service Reserve, in enrolling after n lingering illness. toasted; makes the taste 250,000 skilled workmen for the United States Shipyards Volunteers delicious. You know how is of paramount importance in the PROFESSIONAL AND early winning of the vnr: for on toasting improves the flavor BUSINESS CARDS earnest labor depends the early con of bread. And it's the struction of our mei chant fleets. "Within sixty days, three huge Surveying and Leveling same with tobacco exactly. Government yards will be completed, Let mc Re sure your title Is good. nnd soon thereafter more than sixty urvey your Innd purchase for you, thousand workmen will be required nnd make certain. Will go nnywhorc to furnish for them the three eight-hou- r shifts necessary if these yard M. C. Newland, Stanford are to turn out their ships according to schedule. "The Shipping Hoard now has 71(5 CAPT. AM BOURNE ship ways. Of these 302 are for UCTIONEER, LANCASTER, KY. wooden ships and Hi are for teel The high dollnr nt your snle all the construction. The yards in which time and at lowest price; sales they are established nre working on cried anywhere. ly eight hour six days per week. Till' Phone 3G4A Lancaster at my expense is monstrous. If we nre to keep nhead of 'he submarine we must run J. M. REYNOLDb three shifts per day. fifty-tu- o weeks UNDERTAKER, WAYNESHURC. in the year "Our program calls for the con- We enrry a large nnd complete tock struction m IMS of eight times the of Caskets, Ilobes etc nt nil Fnrmers line No. tonnage delivered m 10 Id at a cost Woodstock line No. of more than a billion dollars. The Shipping Hoard has the necessary CONTRACTING materials, the yaids and the money All that is lacking is a spirit in the See B. L. FAGALY for Contract.. nation that will semi a quarter of a and Building of nny sort Ho K uU million American mechanics into the Uarni, Etc. Stanford. yards to give their best and most ef ticient work. Dr. J. G. Carpenter We till honor the men in uniforms, Stanford, Kentucky Guaranteed by and the same honor must be given to the men who go to work in the yards. Office in Lincolr. County Nnti Dank Building. Just as the navy is the first line of (ScT( Diseases of the eye. nose. fit. . A " 0S the British Kmpire, and just as (Jer ear, lienito-UrinnrN I'clvic, Recta' OfftOelATkl many depends upon her submarines, and Skin. Scicntirtcly tested and glass America depend for victory Eyes so must upon the shipbuilders in American eg fKilfullv prescribed. CONSULTATION and SURGEPV "TEX" RICKARD QUITS GAME leaving the man who staged the yards. To the women of America I n and say "Send your men to the shipyards, "Tex" Rickard, cattleman and box- Johnson-Jeffrieing promoter, has abandoned the pu- Willard-Mora- n contests announced for they will be doing there no less 25 lights, $170.00; 35 lights $'jr.0.0C 00 lights, $300 00 gilistic arena, in favor of the ranch. that he was through with the box- a service than in the army or the na Richard sailed for South America ing game and would give his entire vy, and they will be returned to you GRAY ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT GO Lights GO Sunday and will devote his time in time hencefoith to cattle railing in safe and well-paiafter having perthe future to cattle raising in place South America. He is head of a cor- formed a duty that is a primal neces- We guarantee them, so you nre pro tected against nny suspicion of tneir of promoting bouts between famous poration with large holdings of land sity of this war." weakness. Strongest and absotutel) pugilists for fabulous purses. Before and cattle in Paraguay. The various departments of war best, nnd within reach of all farmer work in Washington now are urgin; W. K. WARNER their workers to' lend their efforts to Phone 188 Stanford. Ky the campaign for shipbuilders, recognition of the fact that upon the suc VACCIN-- . IT. cess of these efforts depend all other work for the successful conduct of t am prepared to vaccinate for ,c- thrnx, Black Leg, nnd all oth or the war. Also, it is pointed out that tock diseases. the fuel shortage, the proper adminJOHN istration of the food situation, the Phone 204.COOK,- Veterinarian. Kj -Stanford, freight embargo and the sugar shortage, are affairs so intimately bound Auto Bus Between up in the shipping situation, that the Danville and Stanford solution of the latter should superDaily Eicept Sunday sede all else. Kvcry branch of the Government, nnd many of the war Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 d. m. activities such us the Ked Cross, are Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at handicapped, where not absolutely :uu a. m. and 1 :30 p. m. halted, by the lack of shipping facil- Bundles and Packages Carried at Low Charges ities, and until these nre provided O. L. MINKS. Proorietor Beginning at 10:00 a. m., I will sell to the highest and there is necessarily general stoppage best bidder, at my place, the Forestus Reid farm, and obstruction. The first week and n half of reg2 2 miles from Stanford on the Hustonville pike T. W. PENNINGTON. istration in Louisville has brought DENTIST great numbers of men who professed Stanford, Ky themselves willing to serve at the Myers House Flats Phone: Office 240 j es. 165 yards when called by the GovernA number of the ewes have lambs at side; others to ment. Elsewhere in the nation the campaign has met with encouraf'rg Iamb soon. Bucks are subject to register J. B. PERKINS response. DENTIST TERMS TO BE MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE HE PROVED IT Room Lincoln Bnnk Building A woman owning a house in Phila Phone 214 STANFORD. KY. delphia, before which u gang of work men were engaged in making street Col. John B. Dinwiddie, Auctioneer South End Farmers repairs, was much interested in the can have nil nilments of their horses, work. cattle and other live stock promptly 'And which is the foreman?" she and expertly nttended by asked of a conspicuous Celt. DR. II. A. PICKETT Knows How to Handle Frozen Cream The Tri-Sta- te A proud smile came to his face as Veterinarian, King's Mountnin, Ky. he answered: has everything arranged to handle your cream; the "Oi am, mum." The best machinery money will buy and experienced people who are "Really?" continued the Jady. AUCTIONEERING trained in our ways of carefulness and accuracy, each one of them "Oi kin prove it, mum," was the re- I can get you Highest prices for your responsible for a certain definite duty. No slipshod methods go at joinder. Then, turning to a laborer land, stock, crop or household goods. The system and painstaking carefulness safeguard your nearby, he added, "Kelly, ye're interests. For the past 8 years, whether flood or storm, heat or Sales Cried Anywhot cold, over 25,000 cream patrons haev found e Responsible. JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Mofeland. THEIR TWENTIETH CHILD .Mr. and Mrs. Rich Lewis, Athens zSJifTsv county, O., became the parents of 6: their twentieth child. They have Crescent been married 21 years. pound LUCKY STRIKE CIGARETTE YOU'LL just 1 d LOOK These over. After you rend them you will say, Bargains! WE KNOW that they are not only Bargains but each one Is a rare opportunity tn make money. Opportunity does not knock nt your door every day. To know when to take advantage of an opportunity si ,1 ACT spells SUCCESS. Land is the safest Investment In the world and Is just as sure to go higher as vou eslst today. How can land stay at from $100 to $200 per acre when lots of acres yield several times 100 per cent on the investment? Tli-r- n It no stock, bnnils or anything rite Ihtl will heat investing In land anil surely nothing safer. READ and ACT. Delays are dangerous. These barg.iins cannot stay on thp market long at tlinte prices. And thrlonger you wait to make an investment the more you will have tn pay. Get in tin the ground floor before It it everlastingly too l.tte. Those who tell you In wail and land will lie cheaper are still living in the ".Summer of '01" and are simply not post-e- d on the affairs of the present day. No 270 -- Eight acres of Innd nil In grna except garden. I'our rtwim cottage. (iooii small bnrn and nil other neeewmry outbuildings. Crs-teat door .mil splendid well. floml orchard. huildinK in good rapslr its rn IT'S TOASTED The Burley tobacco e' & well as fencing-- . 0 O cms sider ttwn who P- -' him! in '- l'lot n pay the No. ?- -' r- 10 mksm s, ritnate-- time-Phon- roantv. cleared nnlv ll.HOO. Will con- la for a lnrger place ami ' "erTiirr. About !J0 of html the wentorn pirt af the the aulmrtw of gtiod to schools find wa r K-- nb - I bajjn-- c land A M WoH ier itm' now in i l"y vou it I'tnW on the pine tab' 'O tnitd wkon tr. limb" until part Some 'atd. -- G1 0 Ji JwAJLiCfrt. y, Gans-Nelso- Aucti Sale Southdown Sheep 1-- Wednesday, Feb. 20th 160 Fine Ewes: 6 Good Bucks B. F. CAIN, Stanford Tri-Sta- 28-2- water works in house and electric lighU in each room. Also a bnrber shop in building nnd two I.nrge livery bnrn of 30 stalls. Also nice garage with concrete floor. This Property is located right in the heart of n good town and is a corner lot about HiOxlOO and there is "till room mi this lot facing street for another small building. Will sell this property nt the right figure nnd stive easy terms or will trade for a farm and pay the (Inference. The whole property renU for $l,fi00 per year. No. 278 -- IS I acres of land of which 7fi neres nre bottom land, FiO acres timber. An eiicht room y residence, large barn, etc Nice orchard. Woll fenced and watered. Price $.'I2.n0 per acre. Terms down and hnlaiuo in 1,2 mid it your. No. 27'J fid ncrea of good tobacco and hemu land close to Stmiford store-rooms. two-storIJ 1 nscht. No. 27rt Nice cottage of tive rooms, halls and porches. Small barn ami all other necessary outbuildings. The place hns three acres of land. On a good street in Stanford, concrete wnlks nnd price $2,250 nnd terms ensy. A good home for somebody at the right figure. No. 277 A nice three story hriek hotol of IS rooms and each room i an outside room. Heated by steam, No '" Sm.ill farm of ,0 acre. imnll houe. etc. Part elenre.1 and in cultivation nrd Iwlanre in timber. Clot to W! and chureh and In tjoosl nel Hlsorbmal. All bvs well. Priee on'i ?"00. This is the oppor-tutiit- y fre he sninl! innvester to get n gosnl heme. Nb. 27! A good little furm of 48 ncros. room house, small bnrn etc. Well wntcmM, in jrood neighbor.. hood, eli e i !i.irch nnd Nn price on!- 1.200: Termn down and balance in 1 nnd 2 vears. No. A neat little home in Pmull Stanford cottage of four roflms, tvo porches, etc. Small burn, etc. All in good repnir. eol hoti Prtee on'" SI. 200. Terms down and bali- - jn. one nnd two years. 2"K-Ni- co No. farm of fine blue gritM lrnl of 10.1 ncres situnted abtwit P." ;,!,., from Stanford on the best n ke in the county. A splendid dwolbng. Inrge bnrn. etc. Well watered and fenced and splendid dirt. Prim $ir.O per aero and terms " 1 and wo ,ire tn ir ' t(wn an'l bnl- r.l in vesirf. It Will li ' M one. line 1 '. i Unreal. A I. Prir.. only $10 tier and kits of ii ii ni'ii i , Jo :'iid it fs ?i -- . watered land. on a good pike. Residence of seven rooms, two tenant housW, two large tolwrco lmrns etc. Woll two-story and Pi-ic- down 2S0-li)i;-- SI 40 Mild arro Tri-Stat- e, Tri-Stat- 55 Cents per for Butter Fat week beginning Feb. 4, 1918 SHIP YOUR CREAM DIRECT TO Tri-Sta- te iSim, :S e The CINCINNATI, O. Butter Co. UNITED STATES FOOD ADMINISTRATION License No. If you do not have cans, write us for Free Trial cans. Remember Station Buyers are commission men who take a toll of 2c per pound or more from your cream. Ship your own cream and be The Texas Wonder cures kidnev and bladder troubles, dissolves grnv-t- l, cures dinbetes. weak and lame bncks, rheumatism, and all Irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women. Regulates blnddor troubles In children. If not sold by vnur druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt of SI, 00. One bottle Is two months' treatment, and fails to perfect a cure. Send for sworn testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall, 292G Olive Street, St Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists sel-do- A TEXAS WONDER Heights Stock Farm Aberdeen-Angu- s balls, porch, etc. Splendid barn and many otithuihlingM. (innd orchnrd and fine water. A splendid home lor mine one. Price $ln(l per acre. Terms down Mini balance to suit. A splendid fiirm of l&S No. 281 acres on good pike. Has (10 aen-- of first claim bottom laud. Located on good juke and eloie to good town. Large twontory eight room residence, large barns, etc. Well watered and fenced. Price $115 per acre mid tciiiiH right. We have the bout list of fiinm for sale in Central Kentucky and we know that our prices cannot bo beat. If you want to buy or sell consult us. The above is a list of just i few of the nmiiy places we have for fnle. yea is. No. farm mostly in graan one mile from Stanford nil good pike. Two-storsix room retldcnre, fenced and splendid per acie. Turing balance in one and two Cattle Southdown Sheep, DurocJersey Hogs The best bloodlines is represented In each of these famous breeds. High- class Individuals for sale at all times. E. V. CARSON R. F. D. No. 5 Stanford. Kentucky Hughes & McCarty Office Phone 180 Residence Phones 152 and 181 STANFORD, KENTUCKY. I'TSXTSZXK " The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, February 8, 1918 Munsle. Page Sever 1 t stipation, Biliousness, Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, and all their attendant discomfort Don't Suffer with ConDR. CALDWHLL'S CRAB ORCHARD Mr. Proctor continues quite nnd his children have, been sent Montcz Fish came homo from isville to spend n dny or to with sick, for, Lourela- DOCTOR URGED AN OPERATION Instead I took Lydia E. Pink-hamVegetable Compound and Was Cured. I suffered -- s . 's tives, Mrs. Ham Tntcm Is In n hospital In IaiuIsvIIIo undergoing medical treat- ment. Mr. Sullivan, of Indlann, visited his nleie, Mrs. S. L. Cummns, Inst week. A tlnnce nt Mrs. John King's this week was much enjoyed by the young folks. Mr. Ivon Fish, who hns been sick for some days is better nnd nble to be at his work ngaln. Miss Pearl Ilnhannon returned Tuesday from a most delightful visit with her homcfolks nt Bradford-ville- . fTfy. Syrup Pepsin The Perfect Laxative is a combination of simple Laxative Herbs with Pepsin, mild and gentle in its action and relieves constipation quickly, without griping or other pain or discomfort. It is especially recommended for children. Baltimore, Mil. -- "Nenrly four years from orgnnic troubles, ner vousness and hend- nches and ovory month woulJ have to m mT3Rs5w IiiW) stay in ocu mosi oi Treat- the time. rLlM ments would relieve mo for n timo but my doctor was al 3M STM IHIIWI ways urging me w nave nn oiierauon, v M' sister asked mo af jr. fcrvm 4 j?lV VT' 0: Sold by Druggists ILverviotarc $1.00 50rts. (:) A DR. W II I 'rt .il (.hitfo br Wfidm la liltl litule IK H """ IALHWHJ., 41 WAMIIV.luN imCIl MII1TKIIUI, ll.itMIU WILL GIVE A GOOD ACCOUNT President Wilson In hn reply to Senator Chnmticrlnin, declnred that the United States will have twi-- e as tnnny men In Frnncc In tho spring as It was originally intended. Criticism In this country, based upon the fnct thnt up to the present time, nearly ten months after declining war on Gcrmnny, uc have not yet been nolo to start fighting, has Kiven rise to intimation on the part of administration official that perhaps the fighting would begin much Mioner than most Amcricnnr e.pect-mI- . Hnwecr, these ure merely conjectures. The only facts are the continuing reports of casualties "in action" from General Pershing Of course, if the American troops hae taken over part of the front line, it enn lie only a cry short sector ns compared with the miles of trenches being held by the British ii nil French. No one outside of the highest officials of the army is permitted to know how many American troop.s are in France. There have been newspaper reports ranging nil the way from 150,0(10 400.000, but these are merely guesses. However. even if the Intter figurrs were correct, that could not compare with the millions of men with hc Allies. the allied troopi nlieady arc trained and lit for bn'' e most of them being veterans of many battles, while it is evident thnt most of the meriian soldiers, must be in the arly stages of their training l'nlfs the war should come to a lose this spring, which nohud in Washington believes to lie at all ke Iv, it is now a certainty that the 1 American army will be in the fight, "up to its neck" this summer, and the people of this country must be prepared for disunities, of which the lists now being received is but a feeble forerunner. ORDER ISSUED bread ration was ordered by the Food Administration for patrons of hotels, restaurants nnd dining cars. This allowance is about that now observed in Knglnnd. Telegrams went out to the Food hotel representaAdministration's tives in every State designating he new ration. Not more than two ounces of wheat bread may be served to any one nt one meal except that whin when rolls or bread made from mm, oatmeal or brim nre served nnd when only one kind other than wheat bread is urderid, a portion may consist of four ounces. Hulls may not weigh more than one ounce eacli Public eating places are now li censed under the new bread regula tions and the bread ration rule is issued under this authority Unto' have been instructed to see that immediate observance is given in hotels for Montlu and as wheatless days, Tuesi'ay as a nit'iitluss day; Saturday as i pork-les- s day, and thnt there is one meal nnd one meatless nvnl every dny. BREAD RATION A two-ounc- e h a m's Vegetablo Messrs. Thomas Hutt nnd William y Compound boforo consenting to an Shnw went to Danville to sell their ntinrntinn. T tnntf C. tobateo and received 31c per pound Domes oi itanu for it. . has completely ( cured mo and my of Deputy Sheriff Bingnmnn, Stanford, was here Wednesday to work is n pleasure. I tell nil my friends this kind what make several arrests preparatory to who havo nny trouble of Lydia B. Pinkharn's Vegetablo Comcourt. pound has done for me." Nklmb It. Messrs. Tom Hajs Hronaugh, liltlTTlNOKAM, WJCnlvertonUd., BaltiJames Hemn, Jack Perkins nnd Ray- more,IsMd. It only natural for any woman to mond Skiles went before the distriit dread tho thought of nn operntion. So y hoard of examiners nt Danville many women have been restored to health by Ulis famous remedy, Lydia E. Mr Chris Mi (Mure returned fiom Pinkhnm's Vegetable Compound, after lins been advised Uiat it nn Villliamslmrg Tuesday, where he willoperation woman who suffers from pay any was at the bedside of hs daughter, such ailments to consider trying It beMrs Robert Hovel, who fell on the ice fore submitting to such a trying ordeal. recently and broke her left arm in GREEN BRIAR two places just nbove the wrist. She was doing ns well as could be expectMr. T. S. Brynnt sold Mr. Scott n ed. sewing machine. Mrs. Kate Kgbert was the first one Mrs. Bud Sims spent Thursday who ever did nny crocheting in Crab with Miss Dollie Sims. Orchard. She took lessons when on The Farmers' Club met Saturday ly tl ears of nge anil today it is and ordered it fertilizer. hard to find n person in town who Wnddlc spent the Miss Tlossic does not know the nrt to perfection, night with Miss Mnizic Braswcll, Satns much work of the kind is done urday. here Mr. nnd Mrs. Woodic bought of The sad news of the death of Mrs Miss Dollie Sims 10 hens at 18c a K. K. Davis, of Glendenin, W. Vn., pound. was received here by her sister, Mrs ere Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gilliland Flem Jones, this week. Mrs. Davis offered $7,000 for their home and rewas Miss Alice Stuart of this place. fused it, She was a noble Christian woman, Mr. George Leach spent the afterbeloved by many "friends here, where noon with 11 brother, 1 IL Leach, she taught school for several ears, Thursday. She leaves a husband, one dnughter Mrs. Arva Nolan, of Richmond, and several sons to mourn the loss of Ind., is visiting her mother and sisa good mother nnd devoted wife ters here. May a loving Father be near to com Born to the wife of Mr. Scott Calfort them in their hour of trouble. houn, a boy, who has been named As I write this letter, a card from Emmett Calhoun. Vj jf -- C fy & I''nk- - ' 'fiv f Mr. nnd Mrs. T, W. Nnylor came They were en in from Farmland, Ind., to attend tho with tobacco. burial of the Inttcr's mother, Mrs. J. Mrs. Ash ford Bunch was to sec F. Miller. , fnther-in-lnund family, Saturher TERRIBLYSWOLLEN day nnd Sunday, Mr. Timothy Pftnl Colliery, of Camp JCaehary Tnylor, was here last Suffering Described At Tortari week to sec friends. t. Reliered by Mr. nnd Mrs. Preston Hnmic spent Saturdny night with Rev. Mnstcrs Rossville, Ga. Mrs. Kale Lee Able, ol nnd wife nt Kings Mountain. Mrs. George Reynolds nnd sister, this place, writes: "My husband is an Mrs. Arva Nolan spent the day with rnginccr, and once while lilting, he himself with a piece of heavy maMrs. B. T. Curlis last Thursday. chinery, across the abdomen. He was Mrs. R. K. Horton, of Wnynes-hurwho hns been confined to her so sore he could not bear to press on He home on account of illness, is able to himself at all, on chest or abdomen. weighed 165 lbs., and fell olf until he be out ngain. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. Munsic spent weighed 110 lbs., in two weeks. He became constipated and it looked Saturday and Sunday with their dnughter, Mrs. Mclvin Caldwell, of like he would die. We had three different doctors, yet with all their medicine, his Wayncsburg. Mrs. B. T. Curlis and Mrs. Maggie bowels failed to act. He would turn up bottle of castor oil, and drink Munsic nnd little i'irls, K.lna nnd a Grade Munsic, spent Sunday with it two or three days in succession. Jle Mr. A. C. route to Morclnnd Black-Draugh- g, ten-ce- nt Wed-nesdu- Sunday School was organized nt desperate, he suffered so. He was swolthis place last Sunday with Mr. Rob-bi- o len terribly. He told me his suffering Horton, secretary, and Mr. A. W. could only be described as torture. I sent and bought Thedford's Jones, superintendent. I made him take a big ciose, Mrs. Maggie Munsic nnd Miss Sosand when it began to act he fainted, he bia Munsie nnd little Grncic Munsic in got relief and but spent the day, last Sunday with Mrs. was such misery, once,he began to mend at lie got well, II. T Curlis and mother. and we both feel he owes his life to Mr. A. C. Munsic celebrated his Thedford's I'lllnd birthday. His daughter-in-law- , will help you Thedford's Mrs. Maggie Munsic surprised him to keep fit, ready for the day's work. with n dinner at her home with ev Try I 1 it erything good to cnt and scvernl of neighbors present. the Black-DraugBlack-DraughBlack-Draught NC-I3- Miss Sosbia Munsic. did this yet without result. We became ht. n BREAKS A COLD IN FEW HOURS POSTED! Wc, whose names are hereto atTRY IT1 tached will permit neither hunting, fishing nor trespassing of nny kind property, of rirtt Doie Of Pape's Cold Com- on oursuch will beand those guilty the doing prosecuted to pound Relieves All Grippq full extent of the law: Misery M. D. Elmore, U. S. Traylor, J. D. Nave, Louis Nave, S. J. Embrv, J. L. Robbins, J. C. Fox & Son, Geo. B. Don't stay stuffed up! Pruitt, Mike Rogers, James Smith. Quit blowing nnd snuffling! K iIoec A. L. Thompson, Ed Ballard, Father of "Pape's Cold Compound" taken P. Leo, Fred VonGruenignn. Albert two hours until three doses are VonGruenignn, J. B. Camcnisch, cveiy taken will end grippe misery nnd Proctor Heirs, J. M. Pcttus, W. L. break up a severe co'd cither in the Cordier, Frank Smith, Jacob Gan-der- r, Adolph VonGruenignn, John head, chest, body or limb3. It promptly opens clogged up nos- Hcrzogg, Geo. L .Sudduth, D. M. Antrils nnd air passages; stops nasty derson, T. B. Montgomery, Mattic II. distcharge or nose running; relieves Hews, J. E. Bruce, John J. Carter, sick headache, dullness, feverishness, J. B. Myers, J. T. Hockley, Logan Mrs. Nancy J. Smith, sore throat, sneezing, soreness and Hubble, Bright's Inn Farm, F. L. Thompson, stiffiness. Wed-nusda- v s .lames Alvin Goosey, n farmer of the Athens section uf l'tijette county was found dead on the Itiihmnnd and Lexington pil;e K T. Spicer known as "Red" has been nrrested cluirged with the murder Catarrh is a Real Enemy Do Not Ncjjlect It. When you use medicated sprays, atomizers nnd douches for your Catarrh, ou may succeed in unstopping; the choked-unir passages for thu ttmo being, but this annoying condition returns, nnd you have to do tho Mimo thing over nnd over again. Catarrh has never yet been cured Have by theso local applications. you ever experienced any real benefit p Treatment and Requires Vigorous makeshift remedies to Throw these from such treatment? tho winds, nnd get on tho right treatment. Go to your drug store get a bottle of S. S. S.. and commenco a treatment that has been praised by sufferers for nearly half a century. S. S. S. gets right at the source of Catarrh, nnd forces from the blood tho germs which cause the disease. You can obtain special medical ndvico regarding your own casu without charge by writing to Medical Director, 2Z Sw if t Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga. $6.00 LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNA- L "Pape's Cold Compound" is the quickest, surest relief known and JOmV WHITE LOUISVILLE, KV costs only a few cents at drug stores. It acts without assistance, taste nice Liberal assortmaat and causes no inconvenience. Don't ind full valiM Henley Stecnbergcn, of Middletown, Messrs. Charlie Scott, Brooks and accept a substitute. It "r CIIDQ raw) UIIU ()., is received, which stntes the John Ray, of Goodhope, Pulaski Hides and hs wife on Jan. 30th, leav- county, spent Tuesday night with death of The Interior Journal $1.50 a year. Coat kia son to feel a ing n mother's loss. Mrs Stecnbergcn Mis Myrtle Asher, of Kubanks a daughter of Attorney Asher, of that place, nnd was spoken of ns a most talented lady. Friends here w.ll be sorry to hear of Henle's ereat los nnd I certainly extend mv hcirtft svmpnthy, for theirs seemed a most hannv union after having been sweethearts for a long time. The news of the death of Mrs, Dove Garner fell like.n terrible shock upon the whole community ns few new of her illness. How true that "In the midst of life, we are in death, Mrs. Garner had o much to live for nnd the fond husband, devoted daughter and mother nre inconsol- nblo ni their grief Mrs. Garner was n faithful member of the Christian church, Sunday School and Ladies' Aid, of this plnce, and will be always. mised by each one. To the aged mo ther, deprived of her only child, the grief stricken husband and the loving daughter, bereft of n mother's ten tier cine, we offer our sincerest smpnthy and can only pont them to the beautiful meeting above which can yet be theirs. three-weeks-ol- d s tco. JaBtjLVSflsW 0r fflfilMiglP Land, Live Stock, Farming Implements, Household and Kitchen Furniture at PublicAuction rC -? A- Wednesday, Feb. 20, 1918 VI GIRLSl DRAW A MOIST CLOTH THROUGH HAIR, DOUBLE ITS BEAUTY At 10:00 o'clock A. M., Regardless of the Weather On account of the health of his wife, J. W. Speake has made all arrangements to go to Colorado; therefore I will sell for him on the above date his "DANDY" little (43) acres, with level frontage right on the New Danville pike home of forty-thre- e (Boone Highway,) three miles west of Lancaster, Ky. Sandstone land, all in grass, new seven room dwelling hall and 2 porches; new metal roof stock and tobacco barn, 48x36 feet, young orchard of 100 trees. Farm well fenced and well watered. GETS THE THIS WILL BE AN ABSOLUTE SALE AND THE " PROPERTY. WILL ALSO SELL THE FOLLOWING PERSONAL PROPERTY: d Jersey fresh in and a fine Two good milch cows, a d and a both gentle, and good March; three horses, an d well broke; one good drivers and good workers; a good horse mule; large brood sow and six pigs, ready to wean and 2 bred gilts; 2 buggy; buckboard; disc harrow; turning plows; hillside wagons; rubber-tir- e plow; three sets buggy harness; set wagon harness; plow gear; saddle and bridle; side saddle; 100 fine chickens; four stands of bees; meat and lard from four hogs; lot of canned fruit, household and kitchen furniture, etc. HIGH-DOLLAfour-year-old Try This! Wavy Hir Gets Thick, Glossy and Beautiful At Once Daily By Mail (NOT SUNDAY) AND The Semi-Week- ly 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 sent to the office of the Interior Journal Immediate? Yes Certain? that is the joy of it. Your hair becomes light, wnvy, fluffy, abundant and appears as soft, lustrous and beautiful ns n young girl's after n Danderine hair cleanse. Just try this moisten a cloth with a little Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. This will cleanse the hnir of dust, dirt or excessive oil, and in just a few moments you have doubled the beauty of your hnir. A delightful surprise nvvaits those whose hair has been neglected or is scraggy, faded, dry, brittle or thin. Resides beautifying the hnir, Dnnderino dissolves every particlo of dandruff; cleanses, purfies and invigorates the scalp, forever stopping itching and falling hair, but what will plense you most will bo nfter n few weeks' use, when you see new hnir fine and downy nt first yes but renlly new hnir grow-in- g nil over the scalp. If you caro for pretty, soft hair, nnd lots of it, sure- i Iv get n small bottle of Knowlton's Dnnderino from nny drug store or 1 todet counter for a few cents. I three-year-ol- eight-year-ol- nine-year-ol- d, three-year-ol- four-year-o- ld Free-Pres- ents & Money Given Away-Fr- ee LAND WILL BE SOLD ON EASY TERMS. POSSESSION AT ONCE. WILL SHOW THE LAND AT ANY TIME BEFORE THE SALE The Real Estate Man SWINEBROAD Lancaster, Kentucky it tho I. J. supply you with cards. .,.- -. 4 f . r - JmfBr? , K1 ' . f"ir''',r'" . tgm at- - ;& February 8, 1918 ry - , T1 . ;.. "JU w' (. . m. m HHrt "t ?nw, -- 7, Tlie Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, Overhaul Your Car While You Can't Use It w : : We Have the Best Painters and Trimmers in Town ' t A Y i , A IIP' 9m :tu. FOUR IJRANDS Urgent Appeal For Your Consideration I It is a Proven Fact THAT YOU MUST FACE SQUARE FROM THE SHOULDER that It. M. ARNOLD has built the best buggy that your money could buy for the last fifteen years and they have given satisfaction in every locnlitv. THE WORD "ARNOLD" STANDS FOR QUALITY AND A SQUARE DEAL. For the year 1918 we hope to build the largest and most complete line of buggies with more real value for your big dollar than we have ever oirered to you before, considering the high price of material. We buy in large quantities for the least cash dollar and it will enable us to have the right buggy at the right price. In adition to our buggy line wo have added four lines of automobiles. The Olds and Oakland Six, the Inter-Sta- te and Chevrolet Four. There has been wonderful changes in the last year and you must see the car to appreciate the real value of the 1918 models. g&K Cm X i' f i i gab We will sell four brands of the leading automobile tires for 1918 GOODRICH, GOODYEAR, UNITED STATES and the famous the only national advertised tire guaranteed 6000 miles on heavy cars and 7500 miles on Fords. We had a wonderful trade on tires in the last fifteen months and we have only had three tires to come back that we sold. All Ford sizes. WANT AGENT IN EVERY TOWN. We have the exclusive sale of this tire in Boyle, Lincoln, Garrard and Mercer and we want an agent in every town to sell or help sell these tires and also our line of automobiles. It will pay you well to investigate our proposition at once. KELLY-SPRINGFIELD, Kelly-Springfield To Buy or Sell It will pay you to consult lis. If you have n car to sell list it with us. Our Advertisement roaches five counties. On the bill-board- s, through the local papers and through the mail, which is sure to bring you a quick buyer. In many cases we buy the car straight out. If you want a new or old car we have the goods and our prices are rock bottom. It will pay you to trade with us. Watch for Our Bargain Sale on Auto Supplies lSS&gr& "i . m V 1 H iiiii aHLAin.ir, i'i ti.,i,.Hm J1.&5 iEE SMWB'V1 HAVOLINE OIL Five-Gallo- Bring Back Your n nirSV.3 Can andWe Will Fill it at the Old Price, $2 R, HIHIHHIHiHBHHWV.HMviMMMnQiHHBvHMUr a Oldsmobile Agency Boyle, Mercer and Lincoln PLACE to make sure you get your Vehicle or Car when you want it. YOUR ORDER NOW You Can Have Big Money by Buying Your Automobile Supplies From Us. We Also carry Harness, Lap Robes and Storm Fronts. cost by a man who knows exactly what he is doing and he will not damage your car while working on it. We have with us the old reliable auto mechanics, Messrs, Potter and Shackelford. They know exactly what they are doing, there is no guessing they will make it work. One thing that we want to mention is that we can rebuild your car, retrim and repaint, all under the same contract and under the same roof. It does not pay to let every one tinker with your car. It can be done with half the To Make a Long Story Short CARRIAGES Tuesday, Kood rulilier-tirod Court Day ?A y I will Hell on thu struct in Stanford, to thu highest and best bidder, two EV "w $150, i :nl the other $275; will also sell one surrev that cost $135. These mo rate bargains, but will be hold without i event! there wifl be no by-- i Is. Thoxo vehicles are all in the st condition. If you can be it will pay anyone to see, i ' in. Kemcmber that your price II be my price. They will be sold. will ulso have on display my 1918 closed top bUKK" none better. enrriaces, one cost ffipja - J K I' -- v CHEVKOLET AGENCY BOYLE, LINCOLN AND GAKUAKI) OAKLAND AGENCY IIOYLE, LINCOLN AND GAKUAKI) '. ' v IICI Arnold Buggy Works and Garage R. M. ARNOLD, Proprietor 2nd Street Danville, Ky.