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' 4 . : T i "t Established i ' A aH r, tw TTjV XXJLV m m m m I mmm ' . -- VTOTM3TrT .!. X XVXVX VXV am. I Baa aM M H V am aM aM. I I J a. ' u. ' AI i.T TDM xXJL 7 IXV1 B M M MT I H MM l ; lQ60-59tl- v : Year. No. i 13 --.- (The Interior Journal, Stanford. Kentucky, Tuesday, February i 12, l'918" -- " Tuesdays and Fridays THE LATEST WAR NEWS Russia hns declared herself out of Ilrcst-Litovsk, ral'ci! i ,'. TIIIQ Thc"I.ulvlllotrnlned. $3rin week., thnir clidrK llt1' T1I1T . nurxcs hnvc ftum $2ti to zen of Hnnry country, Anhtvllle. N. C. A. O. Snnforcfc n ' well-know- n In W(! ht '- citi- - . 'livnrinR Thuntdny. 'At n private smle llic jjhmt of the I'ndurnh Ilotlcty Mill wnn puirhun-n- l by K F. Kolli. II F. Kolh unil K I). I)avf for $27,000. Five mmked men enliireil n liotel nt f levt'lnnil, O , Mini Kocureil SI.Rno from the rauli tlruwcr while the rowil looked on jith fenr nntl trembling. I'lnns for reilurinc the country's le cmcntiul forelirn tnulc to release ships for the transportation of troops iiml jiuppiieR to r.ucppc will lie within ii few liiiyn. Pimctof General McAiloo on yesthe communion on terday took tiir eFice of the American Knilwny Aiocinti(ii and created n ear service ncetion of the Itallrond Admlniii-tfntiori- 'i !i isiori of transportation. W f, Kendall wos made manager, LcKislatoVs conversant with what and Kentucky racing associations, imil are planlu.rscrr.cn have d"n ning to ilo. for the American Ited OroM, are frowninc upon the bill now Charles Doutlutt must go to the pending In the Kentucky Senate aimed nt rnclnirin this StMc. There will electric, chnlr for killing Vernon he u committee hearintr on the meas Simms. near Pavne Depot In December 1910, as affirmed by the Court of ure this week. ( hicnifo policemen hnvo ben nnn-m- 1 Appeals. Dnuthitt is 'JO years old ami 3' with rifles and n score of luloiro-hil- e Simms was 17. The price of milk in Chicago, after squads orunized to hunt down tinntrs of trunmen nnd nrmed rebbeis. two months investigation by the food has hern fixed at who have been terroririn'tr. the citv administration, for (he past few weeks. The prcMiit twelve cent per miurt. but seventy' j)ohre methods have been declared per cent, of the milk producers have nowerless to cVck the wove of crime eone on strike Jerry Delph, Jr., was given four which hns resulted in many murders. nn ' hun- years in the penitcntairy Ht his trial Mores of novroll rohlM-riehe is at Lexington last' week, whe-rdreds of holdujis. Former President William H. Tnft. alleged to h:ne committed frauds as who will nrrivi in I)iusville W oilnes an election officer by stuffing the box and voting phonics. dnv. will deliver three address Production will begin not later Thursday nnd Friday lit Camp Zarh-rv Tavlor. The hist quota of the than August in the government's big lirst drnft call will bejrln arriving nt JoO.OOO.OOO smokeless nowdcr plants the cantonment Thupilnv nicht alW to be constructed at Charleston, W. Va., nnd II .!... iiiiwukii 'L'pi.lnlf Sl. - departmentNashville, Tenii., the war Will tllllilliuc lL.nilL I imrtji predict. urdnv ond Sunday, until aliproxi-mntdSenator Parks in the Senate and 10.000 recruits nre added to McOehee in the the population of Camp Zachary Representative House have introduced similar bills Tavlor to abolish the office of county assessor and require justices of the peace STOMACH ACTS F1NEI to perform the duties of that office. NO INDIGESTION. CAS. Mnrjkind Legislature has The HEARTBURN, ACIDITY nnicHcitlly ratified the Federal prohibition constitutional amendment. Dipniin" Fixr ipr'Up.rt Slomscdi In Sick, Sour, I!v a vote of C8 to 42 the House Five joined the Senate jn approving the Minulri report of the Temperance Committee lp favor of rntification. You don't want u slow remedy the Osrnr Johnson, when vour stuiNrh is bad or an un murder of Walter chanced withParis A. Rice at harmful one certain one or be week, waived examining jour stomiich is too valuable: you last Judge George llattertnn trinl the of drastic druirs. fore mustn't iniure it with and wus re Itourbon countv Pane's Diapepain is notel for ita committed to jailcourt without bond to spet-in Ktviiiir reliei: its iinrmiess-ni- st grand jury its certain, unfailinir action in await the nction of the The Fuel iftfiilotiiii; sick, sour, Kiisay ftomnch. considerationAdministration has under the elmitiHtlon of one Its quirk roller in iinliKOMion. anil rnstritw. when caused bv third of the present electric railway stops on and interurhan :u idity, has made it famous the world lines, as aboth urban saving fuel sup means of stomach plies, Kxpurts estimate that enforce Keen this wonderful plan conserve of lswcctener in your home keep it ment than the 000,000would of coal a 1, tons case more luindv cct n larirc tlftv-cevenr. from any druir store and then if anyThe resolution de one should eat jomuthinc which does claring Rogers joint of nr, immetint nirree with them: if what they diately the bOcretary upon enlisted oat lays likt leail, ferments nnd hours men or officers admission of hospital. to nn army and forms kus; causes headache, diz- tn telegraph notifcation to the near ziness and nausea: eructations of giving the patient s con tti ul and undigested food remember est relative,the nature of tin mnlnily, nnd us soon as rape s Diapepsin comes in ilitionfavorably reported to the House contact with the stomach it helps to wns the military committee. neutnilire the excessive acidity, then by J. Kdgar Mnnn was held in Mt. nl! (ho stomach distress caused bv it Sterling for making abusive remarks tllsappenrs. Its promptness, certnlntv government nnd ease in overcoming such stomach about theInPresident andhis strictures officials addition ilisnnlen is a re elation to those who on the President he isto alleged to It said that the author of the foodhave try it law ought to be soaked in coal oil and DEATH OF GOOD CITIZEN Mr William K. I'lensants, one of burned, and that he would be glad to him. stick the best men of the countv, died nt to Fortv-si- xthe match fifty-fiv- e persons of his home in the hast hml rrulny af- charged in nn indictment returned ternoon at Ii o'clock. Had he lived by the federal grand jury with conuntil Anril he would hove been .80 D. years old. Resides his wife, who wns spiring with William W. Haywood, I. W. nnd others :i duuehter of the ate Rev. W. T. II secretary of the White and a sister of Will White, of to hinder the execution of the laws Ottenhcim. he leaves two sons, Car of the United States in the proseculisle and Vernn Pleasants. The burial tion of the wnr with Germany were at Saoremonto. The charges occurred in the old family buryinu ni rested alleged obstruction of the seground Saturday afternoon alter inc'ude drnft act, causing strikes and lective hrief remarks and prayer at the jrave encouraging sabotage. Hall was fixed bv Mr. J. C. J cUIary. or this city, Mr. Pleasant wus a lino Rcntleman at from J2.500 to $3,000. missing L. That nnd his death is the passing away of secrctnryGeorge tho Martin, havings German of one of tho. landmarks of the county in which he hn'd spent all of his lonpr Fund Ruilding Company Association In life. He is survived by a number of Louisville, plnced obstacles bv the brothers ami sisters nnd a nost 01 way of withdrawal of funds Liberty for the purchase of relatives nnd friends. bonds beenme known In connection investigations now proceeding. with WHEN YOU HAVE A COLD GOO wns It is when vou have a sevcro cold An additional shortage ofofSI.$131,000 to the that you appreciate the j;ood quali added Martin's shortage of the mortjuggling ties of uiiamnennin a uoucn item-od- due to of tho association. A reward of Mrs. Frank Crocker, Pana, Ilia gages son, Paijl $1,000 is offered or his arrest. writes: "Our apTho cauKht a severe cold last winter that proval doff atax bill that has thoagri number of State of nettled on his lunns and he had terwnicn met nt cultural, rible cour'iinir spells. We wero Rrent-l- y Lexingtonassociations during Fnrmcrs' recently worried about him as the mediof the Colleiro of Agriculture Week cine wc rve him did not help him was introduced bv Editor Bell, repre in the lo.it. A neighbor spoke so sentative for Anderson. It provides a liiKhly of Chamberlain's Couch Remof Z upon all. edy that I cot u bottle of It. The first tnx female dogs and male dogs and 54 required thnt they loso benefited him so much that 1 oil nt must not be permitted' continued iriviiu; it to him until ha large. Tho passage of this to run debill is was cured." clared to be absolutely necessary if Is raising of Five of the thirteen buildlnui in the ho possible. sheep in Kentucky the Kroup comprising the Reforma- to tory at ulrerHonville, Ind., wero ABOUT CONSTIPATION by the fire, entailinif an esCertain articles of diet tend to timated .loss of $100,000. Ono thou-- ' aIihaI iitnimninni a tf Kit lwttuitla Tltn and tw'o .hundred nnd eighty-liv- e most common of these uto cheese, prifononi (n cull- houses 'unil dormi-torie- tea, nnd boiled milk. On the other were mnrshnllcU In orderly ur imnu raw rruits. especially nppies fray and assembled in the numlranjrb'. and bananas, also graham bread a Willed enclosure, where "retrent" and whole-- wheat bread promoto n bKsounded, each evening after tho tMniianinnt rt Mm ltntirjil Wnan Hin military fnihlon. Nojio esenped. bowels nro badly constipated, how ever, the sure way is to ihko one or John hray, of Pulaski, was wound- two of Chamberlain's Tablets Immein France. diately after supper. ed while in uctjon com-plete- il Cnrl Overtrrot, o Mnclnn court-twnn hn th Tuscnnln when It wns tortif tlocil, hut lie eiicnpcd- unhurt. KnMor Jny HorlnnV hill ty ennv pel pnlilic utllltlcn to kIvp latfnfAO tory Vcrvlco will lie' Rivcrt n puhllc y, oir DOftGS THE COUNTRY OVER John Stunflokl, need 7Ti, flipped on the Ice nt Owvrisboro a'lyl was killed by n fall, slrikWR his head against n door sill. , Four Ktnlnn lmvn mrtlnl tli nro. "h'hltlon amendment, Mifryland hclntj me last nntl Virginia, Mississippi iir.d Kentucky the other three. , Postmaster A. IJ. Tipton, of Carlisle, through his office has disposed of War Havings . Stamps to the , amount of $ri,409.47- Of 00,'J.tl registruflU examined In Kentucky, 41,3.10 crr 'Mhyslcally qualified. In the country nt laige of 2.M0.70G examined, 1,779,050 were (unllfied. The world Is now facing ns wool fiimincv 2.0(10,000,000 pounds of llie L',800,0tift,000 pounds grown in th whole world in 1010 nro being ued by the armies nlone. The rinding of ,the bxly of Mrs. Joy Smirks buried under a table floor in Wuljster county has created a great sensation and a number of suspects arc In jnil nwaiting examining trial. The furl administrator In Ch'cago says the coal situation in that citv is so desperati- - that wherj two families can do so they should ahare a single apartment to keep warm and save fuel. I). A. Hatcher and Tom I.. Turner fought a fatal deul nt Cnmpbellsville, when .the former threatened tfie daughter of the Jattcr. Hatcher very much under 'the inflat-tiii- of "... s c y STOCK AND CROP AND SONS FOR J. II. Pi'rl.' of A., with n number of KM DnvU ntd In The Y. Nlcholasvllle. a horse mula tor $180, local helpers, Is planning to mnkc Worth Stigall bought the Chrlci Fathers' and Sons' Night on Friday Tate farm In Pulaski county for $15,- - evening, a big success. They will nil be there, for if the father doesn't ooo. . , . Lognn Hubble' sold a mnre mule to bring his son, then each boy wllll .George D. Robinson, of Lancaster, iinng nis. untidy, if cither is so unforv tunate as not to have the other, then for $105. J. A. Young, of Adair county, sold he will "adopt" some one for the occattle at casion. Fatherless boys, as well as here Monday, 30 met) who have no 'sons, are especialabout 0 Hright A Fox bought of W. T. ly wanted. There nre some, no doubt, Iloyle. four work who feel thnt the present day boy Robinson, also of doesn't show the proper appreciation mules for $700. Center Brothers, of Paint Lick, of his father's companionship. It will bought of J. M. Kstridgcn pair of be shown whether there is sufficient four and five year old mules for $4 10 grounds for the lament. The boy's O. A. Swlnebroad, ,of Lnncnslor, nmusements now Include many games sold to W. R, Cook three marc mules his tnlher never learned, but both for $700 and to G. H. Swlnebroad a will probably enjoy n game of chess pair of marc mules or checkers. Tho one will take tho other back to the tinlo when ' he" for $000. . Twenty million pounds of beans nt wns a boy, and may receive in turn Son FranCisco, valued nt between some helpful suggestions us to the $2,000,000 and $3,000,000, were or- right kind of. amusement. Hownrd dered commnndeered for the use of Brazelton, Jr., will telPthe grown-up- s the parnblc of "Tho Prodigal Fa the Navy Department. At Lexington last week 4.076,280 ther;" Cashier W. M. Bright will pounds of lobarca were sold at an point out to the youngsters "Thn average of $27.10. So far this sea- Character nnd Training Necessary to son 18, 420,118 pounds have b'een Business Success." There will be gth-e- r five" minute talks bv crif tod snnnk- sold nt an average of $20 nor cwt. J. V. Whitchouse. of Boyle, sold crs. The quiz box will be interesting to Ison Bros., of Mercer, 25 735- - to ail aliKc. I here will be many other poimd cattle at $8.00, Ison Bros, also features, but "censorship" forbids purchased of R. W. Gwyn, of more. It Is Impossible and quite ina combined horse for $140, expedient 4n to disas A number of Woodford county sociate the good women in this fine farmers in a meeting nt Versailles endeavor, nnd as In occasional other adopted resolution pledging- themsel- projects of this nature, they arc to ves to do nil in their power to in- furnish the refreshments for the crease the .production in livestock for soiree. The committco on arrange. the needs of the country nnd Allies, ments requests all mothers to leave Will It. Cook, of Lancaster, return. nt The Princess sonfb time Friday ed Monday morning from Butler. Ga.. their donations in the way of sandwhere he.. has sold in the past few wiches, pickles, sugar or milk for i l. ..ri. itI. inr inuius. .Jiw- hot chocolate. There feminine hands wi'ruB livi' handled only the very best he eould will take charge and serve nt the buv and sold some of them as high as proper time to those assembled at $300? the K. I'. ilall K. C. McWhortcr. of Gnrrard. was Mondny and, drove back homo over CHANCELLOR MAKING GOOD with him 57 cattle. 20 of them aver The following, telcgrnphpd from aged 000 pounds nnd were bought New Orleans to the Courier-Journa- l, from J M. Estridgc nt $9.40. The will be rend with interest by the other .T7 were purchased .or JIarve many friends of the former Lincoln I'ovnter nt $31. county boy, who is making a II. R. Fox, of the Marksbury see pronounced success out of the such racing tion of Garrard, was over Monday business: "George Chancellor seems He told the I. J. that he had sold to to have fared the best of anv of the G'jy Hundley, of Iloyle, n few days KentucWans who came here win ago a very handsome pair of coming ter, as in addition to winningthis num a LAND. M-C. , s600-poun- d c. : i ' ED MORROW'S GOOD ADDRESS Hon. Edwin P. Morrow's snlcndid address to tho members of the Liberty Service League nnd others who Sathad gathered at the court-hous- e urday night is complimented on all sides. Ho wns introduced in well chosen words by Hon. P. M. McRob- - , ":r s g, erts and every mention or the distinguished guest's name whs- loudly applauded. Mr. Morrow's subject was "Patriotism," and it wns a pflrely patriotic address. He told of the necessity of following the rules laid down by the several bends of tho conservation boards nnd admonished his hearers to stick together and do nil In their power to help win the wnr by raising big crops nnd giving the boys who hnvo to do tjie fighting ull the encourngement possible. His tribute to ilea Cross women was beautiful. Mr. Morrow Insisted that there be no criticism of thoso who are directing the wnr; that they are doing their full duty, and nre In much better position to know how to handle the perplexing situations that arise than nre those who are fre quently heard speriklng disparagingly of thin move or that by the President or some ono of his secretaries. The speech would have made excel lent reading nnd we regret that space forbids a more extended mention of It. Mr. Morrow is very popular in Lincoln county, and he was given the glad hand by hundreds while here. DANVILLE, MESSENGER SOLD Mr. Hubert McGoodwin has spld his good paper, the Danville Messen ger, to Editor J. C. Alcock, editor and owner of the Jellersonian nt .Teffersontown) Jefferson county. Mr. Alcock has sold half interest in his Jeffersonian nnd will move to Danville and take charge of his new purchase. He is an experienced newspaper man and should do well in his new field. The Messenger is one of the best newspaper plnnts in the State. It is with general regret" that the Kentucky newspaper men give up derstood, retire from the tripod. He is very popular with the boys of the press and it isliopcd by them thnt he will ero long gel. back into harness. Assisted by Messrs. George II. Hock-c- r nnd Lewis W. Lnndrum, he has made the Messenger one of the very bst papers in the State and with no desire to discourage Mr. Alcock, this paper makes the assertion that he has a man's job before him to keep the Messenger up to the standard set Cy the gentlemen ubovc referred to. DR, REID'5- 1 itii-iuii- Mr. McGoo'dwin, who will, it is un-- . mare mules, sorrels and good matches, tor $000. MARRIAGES. Rer. 7.. T. Pence, of Camnton. was granted a divorce from Martha Pence on one day nnd on the next he wns married to .Miss iuollie uamp-bel- l. four-year-o- - d Miss Marlon' Tloggs. the beauti ful daughter of Mrs. F. D. Hoggs, of Danville wns married Monday morning to Robert Tyler, p Centre College student from Winchester. L. J. Huddleston. of Montlcello. and Miss Josephine Skidmorv, of this section, were joined heart and hand on the 7th. Mr. Huddleston, who is 00 years old, is n prominent farmer of Wayne county. His bonnlo bride. ,. S. j.. her of rnces he has gathered together an excellent stable of horses to start North with. He has furnished two track-recor- d breakers, Emden, which and Top ran six furlongs in 1:11 Morning, which went the same o the He claimed both distance in 1:11 of these horses since he came Jo New OrIefln.s and he got them both at much below their true value. It is doubtful, however, if Emden will be of any further use to him till he gets back to hentuckyr as he hns been very sick. He is .mending now, but Chancellor will make no effort to hustle him to get him back to the races." 4-- 5, 5. pretty girl nnd is verv popular in the section in which she lives. Mr. and Mrs. George Doneghv Mahnn celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary Wednesday even ing nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dauuherty White Mahnn on North Third street; In spite of the disagreeable weather many friends called during the evening to congratulate the hanpy couple. They were fortunate to have present their six children, who received with them. The house wns made very attractive with the many flowers sent by friends, and many lovely presents were displayed and "greatly admired. The ioned bo'uquets, a beautiful thought or friends of many years, maiie them feel as young and happy as they did on their wedding day. bnlad nnd coffee were served during the evening, All present ioincd in singing ''The Bride and Groom of Fiftv Years Ago," sent especially for the occafriend, who wishsion by a ed them many more years of happiness. Danville Advocate. old-fas- h life-long who is just 19, is nn exceedingly. IT SHOULD MAKE A MILLION FOR HIM Cincinnati Man Discovers Drug That Looient Corns So They Lift Out Good news spreads rapidly and drugtrists here arc kept busy dispens ing freezonc. the recent discovery of n Cincinnati man, wnicn is said to loosen any corn so it lifts out with the fingers. A quorter of nn ounce costs very little nt any drug storo which handles drugs, but this is said to be sumclcnt to rid one's fqet of every hard or soft corn or callus. You apply just a few drops on tho tender, aching corn or toughened callus and instantly the soreness is relieved, and soon tho corn or callus is so shriveled that it lifts out with out nain. It is sticky substances which dries when applied andnever Inflames or even irritates the surrounding skin. This discovery will prevent thousands of deaths annually from lockjaw and Infection heretofore resulting from the suicidal habit of cutting corns. it THE LARGEST LOCOMOTIVE Tho grcntest steam locomitive in thn world has been nut into service by the Baldwin locomotive works. It is so c'enntle thnt Its hollers had to be mado flexible at three different Joints so that the locomotive could turn around a curve. It is more than J00 feet long and weighs some 450 driving wheels, tons. Twenty-fou- r each standing as high us an averaged sized mdn, aiToru its traction, ESCAPE News comes from "somewhere in France" that Dr. Horace Rcid, son of Mr ond Mrs. Forestus Reid, ofVStan ford-nnDnnvillc, had a very narrow escape while in service "over there." Dr Reid and 11 other physicians, eight of whom were English, had just complete a heavy day's work dressing many hundred wounded soldiers and four of the number left the field STANFORD WIDOWER hospital, which is a dug out, some 30 ' CONGRATULATED feet under the ground, to get a little , "Since my wife's death, five year ffrosh air. Dr. Reid was one of the ago, I haVe suffered greatly from" four and- while they were enjoying xtomnch and Jiver trouble and gnS at- their little outing a shell from a Ger tacks'. I lost over 00 lbs., and at man gun exploded near them, kill tiuies was r.s yellow as saffron. My ing one of the physicians, maiming doctors could not help me. Six doses another, and knocking Dr. Keiti uown of Muyr's Wonderful Remedy have and covering him with dirt'. Fortunentirely cured me. I have regained ately he cscapeji injury, but he is my weight and every one is congat-ulatin- g now ill of trench fever. Dr. Reid's me how well I look." It is a many friends back home regret to simple, harmless preparation that re- learn of his illness but are delighted moves the catnrrhal mucus from the that he fared so well in the face of intestinal tract and allays the inflam- such great danger. mation which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal MRS. E. R. DAVIS DEAD including nppendicitis. One Mrs. E. R& Davis, who was a doso will convince or money refund- daughter of the late Win. Stuart, of ed. Lincoln Pharmacy and The Penhome Crab Orchard, ny Drug Store. It Clendcnin. W. is dead at herreared at at Va. She was Crab Orchard and spent tho greater RED CROSS ITEMS in Lincoln county, This chapter is usked to make nortion of her life Virginia ninny compresses by March 1st. Will having moved to West her aged some husall who can. come to the workrooms? 15 years ago. Besides All who hnve remnants of yarn, of band, she is survived by two sisters, any color, give to Mrs. John Uaugh-mn- Mrs. L. B. Jones, of Crab Orchard, ami Mrs. Vallandingham, of Ghent. ns soon as you will. May- A Junior Membership drive starts Mrs. S. Loaran Stenhcnson. of birthday, continuing wnml. is n niece of the deceased and on Lincoln's through Washington's birthday. Will she, with Mrs. Jones, paid her n visit every school boy and girl in the last fall. Her home paper speaks ot county join? This is n 25c member-shi- Mrs. Davis as a christian lady ot the highest type and a very devout mem The Red Cross Chapter was asked ber of the Baptist church. by the hospital corns of Camp TayWILL CROWN HER QUEEN lor, to send some jellies there. So far The East End Club, a colored oronly seven jars have been donated. Can't Lincoln countv afford more ganization of Stanord. will hnve a contest ot tne first uaptist cnurcn than seven jars of jelly? on Thursday night. Three young Indies are put up and to ascertain CARD OF THANKS We take this means of thanking which is the most popular a voting are our neighbors and friends for their contest will be held. The girlsDaw kindness nnd apparent sympathy Misses Cora Logan nnd Kitty shown during the illness and death of son, of Stanford, and Anna Perkins, Mrs. Dove Gnrner. We arc indeed of Lytic. It only costs 10c admission grateful for the beautiful flowers to the entertainment, which promises to be an interesting one. and each which were a great comfort to us. Mrs. Sue Jones, Miss Mary Siler and person buying n ticket will be given ten votes. Mr. Luther Garner. NARROW n, n. the war. Without formally signing a pence treaty she has. through her derepresentatives at clared the state of war with 'Central Powers at an end nnd ordered her troops on nil fronts demobilizo'd. This news, corning through Berlin, follows quickly tho announcement of the ' signing of n peace with the Ukraine. With Humnnln isolated and hrlplcss, the war on the entire enstcrn front may now he satd to be nt nn end. Peace negotiations between the Central Powers and the Bolshevik! Government, which seized power in in November, wero opened on December 23, last, after the way had been paved by the signing ofan ar mistice on December 4, ainnyumes reported broken off, the negotiations have been in progress, with brief interval", ever since culminating In the nnnounccment Monday. Again American troons holding the lines ift' the rccion of Mihiel hnvo come into contact with the Gormnns nnd suffered a few casualties .Thee men. operating in thnt dangerous territory between the lines known ns No Mnii's Lnnd, were ombuscaded ly n suoenor force oi tne enemy, out fourht valiantly against great odds until they were either killed ot made prisoners. Only one man out of the little party of ten succecdc'd in the American trenches and he was wounded. Five of the Americans nre believed to have been killed. The other four nre missing. Immedi ately the natrol was attacked the fjuns of the Americans in the troches laid down a barrage against the Ger mans, and judging from the remark-nbl- e accuracy of aim the gunners have shown recently., it is believed along the American front that some members of the enemy party were killed or wounded. Much measure is being evinced, in both Austria and Germany over the success of the Central Powers In e7- fectinc- - a separate neacc with tho Ukraine. While the exact terms of the peace have, not yet been announced, it is expected that the Central Powers will ' lend their aid to tho. Ukrainians in suppressing the Bol- -, sheviki, nnd that in return German receive much of nnd Austria will the wheat and other food supplies in the Ukraine, on which it has been known for a long time they had set their hearts. Peace with the been settled, the Central Powers now arc bent upon a cessa- - . hostilities with Rumania. The tion of time limit of the ultimatum sent bv them to the little kindgom ilemand-ihg'Uipeace negotiations be begun has expired, but it not known whether Rumania gave a favorable reply or declined to treat with the enemy. It is known, however, that the Ru- -. maninn Cabinet has resigned. Revolting stories of the barbarous treatment of Italian prisoners by the Ccrmans have been receive by Rcu-ter- 's Limited in London. The men are given only'hnlf rations, it Is said, and when they rushed for thoir soup they wero bayoneted by their captors. Others were shot for trying to get food from the British prfcono-s-. Mon are dying in the camp every day through starvation or dysentery. Some of the captives were marched all tho way from Italy with only bread to eat. One man said he had been fifteen days on the journey and had been given three meals. Ukrain-ianshavial I 3 v. ld sold Monday to J. A. Hollars what ?s known as tho A. R. Spears farm of 82 acres, lying in tho West End. to Burgess and J. T. Lawson for $8,100. The former Lawson lives in this county but his brother is a resident Hughes H. 4 McC. SELL ANOTHER & McCartv. of this city, of Harrison county. 1 Anderson. The suit nlleges that Anderson has alienated the afTections of his wife. She has been nt the Anderson Sanitarium about a month. Somerset Journal. NEGRO DOCTOR SUED G. Glass, n colored doctor of Lexington, brought suit through his attorney, E. T. Wesley, for $25,000 .Inmnrrna nin1nst thn ncpro doctor J. - ti THAT'S NOT MUCH FOOD figures show that Washington American farms produced twenty-on- e CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS billion dollars' worth of food in Those Tablets are intended es- 19 J 7, Well, nt present price that pecially for dlsordora of the stomach, Isn't much food. Courier-Journu- l. liver nnd bowels. If you are troubled Abdul Humid, former Sultan of with heartburn. Indigestion or constiTurkey, Is dead at Constantinople. pation they will do you good. COULDN'T RESIST TEMPTATION The other night Jack L. Beazley missed a fine turkey gobbler which had made the habit of for some-timroosting in n tree on the pike. Believing that he had been stolen, he sought T. K. Tudor, the poultry man, who told him he had just bought n big,, fine gobbler from Frank Thur-maof color. Mr. Beazley, havng procured tho gobbler set outto find the mon who hnd purloined him. nnd located him at R. C. Hocker's. When confronted, he admitted his guilt and said that he just couldn't resist the temptation to grab the bird as he passed bv. He was held over in $100 bond", which he gave. Thurman has heretofore borne a good reputation1 and his effort to obtain goods without putting up either money or its equlvi alent comes as a surprise to many GIANT FROM LINCOLN ENLISTS The Lexington Leader has the Ck following: Williams Bell Bryan, of Stanford, six feet, two inches tall nnd eighand weighing two hundred pounds, went into teen and one-hatho local recruiting office yesterday" and volunteered for enlistment In the Quartermaster department of the mv ntinn section. He is within the draft age and was accompanied by a e letter releasing him from draft in the army If he .was accepted Bryan by the recruiting officers here. is a rural product and every inch of his six feet two is bone and muscle. Ho will bo sent to Louisville in a few days for secondary examination THE WOMAN'S CLUB OFFICERS and to be sworn in. Tho nnnunl election of officers of W. A. TODD DIES SUDDENLY the Woman's Club was held in the Mr. W. A. Todd, who lived for Club Rooms Saturday, Feb. 9th. The years on the Drake's Creek farm in following officers were elected: Mrs. Wm. Severance; sec- the East End of this county, died at retary, Mrs. W. P. Kincaid; treasur- lierea Sunday of pneumonia, aged I) er, Mrs. Wm. Shanks. These officers about 55. Tho burial will take place o'were elected to succeed Mrs. W. K at Berca Thursday morning at 10this Warner. Miss Oohelta Lackey and clock. Mr. Todd moved from had, Mrs. T. J. Hill, for whose faithful county to Mississippi, where he but he work, a vote of thanks was extended large holdings of real estate, portion called Berca his home and a by the club. of his time was spent there. Ho was a .jtg hustling farmer and trader and haaVrJ A HINT TO THE AGED consiueruwe iiiuhcj. If peoplo past sixty years of ago amassed ! could be persuaded to go to bed as wife nnd two daughters survive. Mr. soon ns they take cold and remain in Todd had n $10,000 life insurance Life bed for ono or two days, they would Dolicv in the Mutuul Benefit .com- insurance Co.. written bv that t recover much more miicklv. especial ai, new- - ' ly if thov take Chamberlain's Cough panv's agent hore, .Mr. Remedy, There would ulsn bo les danger or the com ueing louoweu oy vii i rn mo r.'nPV PAr.l.P VTm1 any of the more serious illness. Rnymond Traylor, who HyeK.neV'f r ' Ci w .. M...I.I......1., Still tlllnrl nn IraMISUUI.. - -B IFlllIUt-lll- l I'll,,, NOT OBSERVING HERE ! L.hI-,1- . I,.,!.,, il. groy eagle tho other day Thar bird yfc served hero today, our people being measured seven feet and four IMhsM 'V. from till to tip, He sent it W UMiMIn " nw in uluit ilnwn nvtn for a natl to hive It stuffed audi BWJfM(i '.I i , day. e n, lf ser-vicVice-preside- .S . j, n , j' T ., se-'i VW r id. ..Ln.-- mrr The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, February 12, 1918 m f Vt t THE INTERIOR . JOURNAL Intereet Bearing Assets llOltM E. Inttrrd C Walton and J. H. Wright al I If poittftf at llannrd, Kf., Mcond rfiwi mU mnlitr. Collegian Clothes .cine... IhKmBQ Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Ky. $22,250.00 U. S. Liberty Loan Bonds, 4s 869.78 War Saving Stamps, 4s U. S. Certificates of Indebtedness 0.000.00 4s 87,500.00 United States Bonds, 2s 2,500.00 United States Bonds, 3s Lincoln County Turnpike Bds. 4s... 3,000.00 Lincoln County Court House Bds. 4s 1 31,500.00 United Kingdom of Great Britain 30,000.00 and other Bonds, 5 is Stock in Federal Reserve Bank 6s 4,550.00 137,772.43 Cash and bal. due from banks 1 1 i tv "I t This paper has once or twice men tioned the unpatriotic acts and tnlks of II. Boyce Titylm, Moderator of 696,887.37 Total MocuttMii the last state Uantist nnd the action of several churches iu denouncing and repudiating them. Another chanter of the story lias been written by a government detec"CORNER NEXT TO COURT tive sent from Washington to inves tigate the treasonable uttenrtici-s- , ac cording to one of the preacher's home STANFORD, KY. papers, the Murray Ledger The detective spent several days at Murray CESCg&mBJBM ;,t &t0 I investigating and while he made no The legislature adjourned Friday bill have been introduced in the house public statement the presumption is till tomorrow, Monday being heatless and 250 in the senate, many of them ' that a warrant will be ivued for Mr day and tod ly legal holiday, because for buncombe, which will never be Taylor's arrest as the paper says that he is alarmed nnd will use his utmost Abraham Lincoln was born on the heard of again. endeavor to get flow Stanley and the 12th of February. It is not known The New York Stock Exchange two lT. S. senator to try to have the whv holiday was taken on Saturday unle- - il e sou is wanted to rest from quotes Liberty bonds at 95.80. The prosecution stopped. It is not likely, labors. Already 350 government should no't permit it. however, that these officials will attheir . ire i tempt to shield the clerical offender ryyyy.V JJJ . .' JgffWWFfilMMlgEjilgaMM as the matter is too serious for ofli cnl influence to be effective. Mr Taylor seems to be in a pretty hot box and in his predicament he will have no sympathy, if the half told of him is true. Treason must be put down even if those who are coav i ted of it arc shot down. Loans and Discounts 356,975.16 THE DOG MENACE It is proposed in congress that ns n war mensure n Federal tax be imposed on dogs, which are claimed to kill so many sheep as to render the wool supply for soldier's clothing almost impossible to get. A member presented n table to show tlmt in several states the raising of sheep had become so unproductive owing to the ravages of dogs that it had been abandoned. According to the table n large mapority of those who responded from Kentucky to the question, "Is sheep raising profitable?' answered in the negative, mainly giving sheen killing dogs as the reason. One of the members said that he would like to see the tnx placed at $R0 for each dog ns then the number of sheep could be produced that would meet the great demand for wool. A new dog license tax law has just gone into clfcct in Pennsylvania, induced by the large slaughter of sheep. Kach male dog must pay S'J nnd each female dog $4 and there is a very stiff fine, to In worked out in jail, if not paid for failure of an owner to secure a license for his dog. In this state several mass meetings of sheep raisers have been held to urge the legislature to pass a utrin-gedog tax Inw and there is a probability thnt it will be done. It really looks like we have to choose between the dog and the sheep and it ought not to take long to do so. Munsing Wear V arc the world's greatest leaders in Gents' Wear. We will give you now these great goods at the same old price NOT A SALE PRICE but the price you have always paid for - minute merchanup-to-the iV.Hu; I i dise. H l!. 'in w ,1- HOUSE" - We are showing many of the new styles in the world's greatest shoe, the "Walk-Over.- " Underwear for the entire family. Clothing for all. lino of An ladies' and gents' Furnishing Goods. up-to-date ilr ft:UMSIHC STTLC &oJka..ii DA.ASCC Wear" wiitwsrr ' IS17 HIS IB v Aucti on Sale SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY Southdown Sheep 4 Ilrer Giovannoli, of the Lexintn Leiigor. continues to trot out poib!e innoiilates for Senator Ollie James' tutrn Thf tint elk fill iimfitaiiw .lll.tfrf (Charles Kerr, of Lexington, . TW MneJ . (. j i.'ii 4ii ..fur".. nf T.itflim. nrn.ll anil l'. L. of I 'Penwhom Iiruner, iiiii, Louisville, nor." is the senator's equal u 'of nny respect and could not beat th. big scn.itor if be were. Remembering wh'it a failure he made as a Warrick in the local contests, it would -- eem the part of widom for the Leader f min In ns, tin flnair lan'runirn monger, to go away b i. k j tl e slang McK-. n- McRober MAIN STREET 'tv Wednesday, Feb. 20th Beginning at 10:00 a. m., I will sell to the highest and best bidder, at my place, the Forestus Reid farm, 2 2 miles from Stanford on the Hustonviile pike 1-- iiTl'l Sill UUWI1. 160 Fine Ewes; 6 Good Bucks A number of the ewes have Iambs at side; others to lamb soon. Bucks are subject to register TERMS tO BE MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE su'ted in nn indiiruntion meeting nit order by the city commissioner tc their legal department to institute to forfeit its charter. It is al-- o j suit r commended that the people g' ttnnl' In ,,ti1 lionti.il. anil f.il'fi tlin ir'ie i v: ." .r:: I The fuilur- - of the gus compiin t1! si'rply the citizens of Lexington wiMij .pas sufficient to make heat hfs re. j I sV ) aiie y & Rupley 6eeftttQo&Q&3$G3&aoeeo9ft Land, Live Stock, Farming STANFORD, KY. n"d. I CAIN, Auctioneer B F. John Dinwiddie,Stanford Col. B. M I tiiiiiiv hns nroved n delusion and a ! snare, so far, we are told, and real ly good only for cooking in the sum- m mer months. I'mma Goldman and her partnr in sin, Alexander Iterkman, are at lust ' irt ttintr what his long been convng to l tliim. She is in the MigHuiiri tieniten I tiary makini; clothes for the other1 cciivicts nnd he ix at some proper ar wirk in the federal penitcntinry at r Atlanta. The conviction wiib for ob- - lO stivctinj; the selective draft and the Urn sentence two years each, but if th v rn made to ntone for all their inme tl.c will never breathe air of free ai;uin. I cli-- :.: "."::".. 9 9 v Implements, Household and Kitchen Furniture at e PublicAuction We dnesday H o e a m N This cold wea-therdeman- I The Hilly Sunday meetine;s in Wii'hiiiirton lire fnihircs comnuved with the very pronounced success of thuse in At until, where he set the I old town wild, and the evanirelist ns cribes it to the knocking preacher ., whom he eh'racteri?e as '"mouth pieces of hte devil and stool piejeuns f,f hell," Thone preachers ought to b".v.,re, Jtilly may et mad sometime ti! use really rough laneiWK' to- w.inls them. 9 trnJe a 29, IQlX o I Q At 10:00 o'clock A. M., Regardless of the Weather On account of the health of his wife, J. V. Speahc Iins made nil nrrnncoments to ro to Colorado; therefore I will sell for him on Ihe 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. dwelling hnll nnd 2 porches; new metSandstone land, all in grass, new seven-roo- m al rnof stock and tobacco barn, 48x3G feet, young orchard of 100 trees. FanYi we'l "HIGH-DOLLAR- ft m & m m Q the warm garments, and one of the most sensible investments thatcan be made now is the purchase of an Overcoat or a Mackinaw at our present old LOW PRICES. iffy xsc jsp The J5O.0OO appropriation for the tax commission went through the legislature like trreased liKhtnintr, there beinir but sliiht onnosition in the House and only four votes! against it in the senate. If it is really needed the commission ouuht to hae lit but to the average man it I00V4I like a bur sum to add to the already big sum ut its disposal. In the temporary absence of the spenker, I)r, W. Ii. O'llannon presided over the house u few days ago mil the dispatcher say he did it with grace and dignity. "liy Joo" we know he would. Like Champagne Charley, Lincoln county's splendid representative is good for nny game it ml works veil any where they put hm. It takes the Kniser to "bust" a strike. When n large number of men went out he had an older Issued that those who did not return to work wiuld be hanged in 21 hours. It is needless to say that even tlfo walking delegate under such persuasion was willing to give up his, job and do some honest lubor. It Is perhaps unfortunate that the report that Col, Roosevelt had died of tho operations on his ears was slightly exaggerated. Ho is still alive and kicking everything that the ad ministration is doimr and thus nidine; the Kaiser. ft & fenced and well watered. THIS WILL BE AN ABSOLUTE SALE AND THE " GETS THE PROPERTY. WILL ALSO SELL THE FOLLOWING PERSONAL PROPERTY: d Two good milch cows, a Jersey fresh in and a fine d March; three horses, an and a both gentle, and good d well bro'e; one good drivers and good workers; a good horse mule; large brood sow and six pigs, ready to wcn and 2 bred gilts; 2 wagons; rubber-tir- e buggy; huckboard; disc harrow; turning plows; hillside 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. four-yenr-old three-year-old, eight-year-ol- nine-year-ol- 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 1 ROBINSON'S The Real Estate Man SWINEBROAD Lancaster, Kentucky to The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, February 12, 1918 0 Tri-Statc Trl-Stnt- Secretary M'Adoo hns earnestly requested all bnnkt to set npnrl for the prcicnt nbotit one per cent of Its gross resources per week to be invested In "Trensurcr Certificates of Indebtedness of the U. S." bcarinc 4 "Sm per cent interest, which certificates may in about ninety days be used in the purchase of U. S. Bonds of the Third Liberty Loan. In anticipation of this new bond issue, this Bank nov offers its services to purchase for its customers and the public the said certificates, and later the bonds. The First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. JJi V PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Prank I.fw, of I.nui-xill- r. lirtjf iHwt rrn. VVn Mr. llrefbor Adam, of lti hnmnd, Vi In till city Saturday .Mtnttw I.tiit nnd Marjnrie I.ynn vfcrltotl frlidi at lanratttr. I'raHk Irft Saturday for Harm, where he will mtor M Mr. J. Mrtralf. of Jmt I.UrJ, hirr Monday lookinir for a Mr. JMu-re- n Mi-- " her it tit Miis Myrtle Southerlanti ) visiting friend at Lebanon Junction. I)r W. W. Burgin, of CnmpbelU-villpained here Saturday to Crab Ore hard. la in illne Caion i confined to e, 13-get reward. FOR SALE Milieu en' peavine Monday. hay, baled and $2o per ton. On Geo Evans, farm near Crab Or h. r.i. Se OVER NEWTON GILL CROSSES on the farm Gill, aged 03. tlied at hi John Ilutchins Newton FOR SALE One big type Poland in Preachersville Friday aftei hime noon at 5 o'clock anil was buried China boar, sixteen months old. there after funeral service at the furnished. J. W. Mcfluire, Rat'tist church Sunday morningbv p Ky. hit ptnr. He is sun-i- t "d ,y hit. wif" TAKEN UP There" came to nn antl six or seven children. He was s t lever man and a good citixen. He place Sunday 10. a red boar, weight livud many year on the farm of Mr rbout 100 pounds. Owner can get P. Grimes, of this city, who him bv paying for the keep and tbi: W. a I. Roy Stewart. 13f spcuks in high terms of him. MONEY" TO LOAN $1,000 and SENATOR HURDLE TO BUILD up on improved farm lands in LinSenator K. L. Hubble has contract- coln county. 5 per cent. Rufe ed with William Stone, the t contractor and builder, for a Ashurst, Somerset, Ky. v veneered brick h..ndsomt SALE On Thursday. PUHL1C building on his handsome lot on Hast Feb. 14th. at 1:30 P. M., I will sell Main street. The building will be at public auction my residence arid just in front nf hi pieseut household goods in Moreluiul, Kv home and will be one of the Mrs. Priseilla Hrown. home in town. It will have Sovarnact!. FOR RENT The Helm home and i oof antl all the. modern contain tile Mis, J. W. Aeev w." tuffirieiitly lot on Danville nvenuo. House in convenience. her iniareved U le moed good condition and desirable locat-tion- . at Incater hm atitotl the to her l"ini-littt- . Immediate poosion See or DECLARED OP UNSOUND MIND trip try well She Kerett Mitchell, son of II. Mitch nhone II. J. MfRobortR. nicely ami is iliiiny A faniily with two or WANTED I'M, of the W.iyneburg section, Kuiteiii' Hill left Monday mom before County Judge T. A. Rice more hands to handle n tobacco and ng for Lou Uv lie Ut enter the avia ,ind a jury Monday and declared of com crop. House,, toums and toot" Th of the t!n department Mr .1. II armv.h.iy in Up VmmitnTnt-nttiisoiind mind. He was ordered to the furnished. See tne at once. Ray Hall. Hill DiakM two son 13-Sanitarium at Lexington Stanford. R. F. I). No. I. State )li eountrv's service. Young Mitchell has been living in SILAGE I have for sale 12.) tins The HI l'ao, Tea. Time print f Oklahoma for some time, but had re of tirst-- f hiss, gootl quality corn silage. o n very linmlaome cently moved back to the Wavnos-hui- Good shelter ami good attentioM. of Mr. W. A. Tribble, of thin will tfivo you tiuli'k relief. section. He lias a wife and one Will lie fed as dogired. Phone, write e'ty. who U wiling hor lirothor or call on Ilnrtwell Shanks, at LinAbsolutory one of tho saf-0- child. tliero. Accomimnving the picture coln County National Rank, Stan"Mrs. W. A. Uie follow-In?- : and host combinations EN ROUTE TO OIL FIELD Tribble, of Stanford, Ky.. U the popquickly brcakintr up a Messrs. W. H. Shanks ami V. H ford. Ky. -- Roscoe Hlakemore fat for ular house guest of her brother, Dr. NOTICE cold, and nt the samo timo Florence, of the Florence Oil Co Frankfort. Ky., Is eligible for parole J. A. Pickett, and Mrn. l'ickott at way to n drilling freo from narcotic drugs. haveRuck Creek outfit on the this pu March C, 1018. His age 21. His home their homo on Moiwa avenue. She has oil fields as the been the inspiration of many delightis at Crab Orchard ami he wants per Is being printed. The exact lo- some good man to take him and give PRICE 25c ful social courtesies tiineo t.hc has cation has not yet been decided on, him work for six months. Mrs. Anbeen in Kl I'aso." Lilburn (iooch, who was given an Every Rexnll Remedy guaran- but when it is, (hilling will begin in nie Hlnkemore, 1007 West Walnut earnest. 1.1-- lp honorable discharge from orn'V serStreet, Louisville, Ky. teed or money refunded vice and is back home, sneaU in high IMPORTANT Mr. Farmer, you DULL IN COUNTY COURT terms of the treatment given him at There was scarcely anything done me going to be mighty busy with Cnmtt nrhiiry Taylor. He fns that In county court Monday. A few set- your plowing when the ground thavvj the Keil Cross nurses wnrj untlrinj: tlements were continued and a single up. You had better, right away, se in their efforts to make his suffering road overseer was appointed. County Opposite Court House as light as possible during the nine Clerk Cooper says it was about the K. T. Pence, Jr., or H. C. Anderson weeks ho was confined to tho hospidullest court he has ever experienc- about tho Twentieth Century Farm tal and that ho never saw such treatHcrse, or you may not get your or. ment and attention as that given TJie $&XioSSL Store ed. m BaaaawtQBi him. Ho is also very complimentary tier in In time to get one. Investigate Alex Doty is here from Lancaster of of the men In authority at Lamp I Phone 27 1 this right away. Stanford, Ky. for court today. Taylor. lt 7-- tf Ped-greMay-woo10-4- Itke. of Lotnville. pent n portion of last week with her of Anchonw. mother. Mr S K. Owsley. Alfred C Mr. K L. Iluhb'e and Mr. W. 0. for CMnio tit lart nUtht to b r Martin, of Sumfortl, were n rtolirt ' lay. today. Saturday's Advocate. .MtMrittniea Jamv II. Woods and Iltinn. who went to Camp John II. I'oatrr turif in lhtnvillf Tayfbr been some dav ago, h WtltlHjulB'. .Mr. Mattte Nfviiin i vtitinir Her Knud to an Infantry artillery divia-tioe iluiiithtHr. Mr. .1. K Muck, nt MiMtt Mnry and Murtlm Myer Crotk. Rurdtttt MrKmri Via rntrd and are the guest of their uncle, Mr. mnvml U th 1' W Whipfi houe on Matt Myer, out on the Someret pike. l.niirtntor trft Mr ami Mr. Albert Cooch. the Riium-1'illmn. of v Mr. :itiil Mm. went to Xiclwlaaville opral ilaya In new!v-wcCt'dar CrtH'k. Smidav to iit her tarent,,Mr. antl town with Mr Thoina lleaunuint. Mr. IInwn (Sitodr. of lxtuiavillf. Mi Kathenne Anderon left last wtw here swsth! ilay with hia ittr1 week for Port Sheridan. MontgomMrs. Matt I.. Myrr Ilnvritrtl Van riulf. of Hayodtt-iRirtT- i ery, Ala., where she ha accepted a an borht f J" lloblnaoB, of position W. IIphotographer go to Matl-itoShank will Mr. IiOncHtr, h mar miib for Jl'OO. Thursday to siieml sonie time Mr. Annie tmninirhnm. of SUrcpr county, w th jrueat wtth her mother, who ba not been rood health for some wtek of Iwr lirathcr. Mr M M. Sweeney. in M, J !' linwird of Crrj. Orrh-itrtl- . of Illchraond. Mr. W. It Turb-v- . had retunieil Imine after a visit Is Iwre tin Riieat of hut litter, Mr ft. T. Ilrure and to attend court today. lo her mother, Mrs S. L. Ilunlette. Mb Sara Wood i the uet of Mr. Howard hit been m N'ashwIU-fttxeveral dav tianemttor relative. Inrludinir ber Perkins ba paed in hi KHUMliwrenU. Mr. and (. A. Swine-broaexamia'it'on for entrant e into the Nw rome from Kaufiillie. Kin . avtstion department of the innv and that Mr. 05 Clevclaxd lUo landed leave in th morning for Fort Snnj Irtinmu'. lilaik Hum while fahlritr Houston, Texn, , a of Nashfillc, i Mr. A I' the other dav. !oorh. who ha been holdnir down the Weern Union Mr. .1. M iHNifiaad to bin home for 'vrnl telegraph oHlce while Jlr. Stewart Mr. ttoeka on account of aatlima, la able Carson is taking hirc aration. relaiiting and Mr Carson to be nut atfHin Mr. Jaiae A. Ileazlev and Mlaa tive at ISi'hmoml Mr 0 P N'ewland i up from M flared Kamslov, of !.anrtr. were ay during the Hurnsitle today. lriie Ssiw'hv the gueata of Mr. Will recent hiith waterHeronaiderable tlam-ag- e I law, nml fiunily. wa thine bis town and that waMow Mwin llcaaley. who has been ter was sevu (rej higher than he Ht Millodceville for several week V. C. Samlige. bad ever een it there. with her atater Mr Mr. C. Hay Potter accompanied was bore Saturday Shank xuent lmt week by Jicr mother. Mr. O. P. N'uchoU Mr W. with her ilauiehter. Mi" Mantaret and Mis Sadie Cad, of Pineville Shfllika, who i attendinir Science left Sittirday to viit her brother. Paul Nut hol. who is in I'ncle Sam't; Shelby tile HIU Acatlemv. a field secretary. l)r. I. K. Ione. of Crrb Orchard. W. A. McKenxie. Oreen Messrs WW ill the ettv Mnntlav The doctor bit Job's trottldt by the wholesale, Kih and J. W. Itbler. of Mt. Vernon, to having two boil on one of hi hnml. were tlown tbi morning stock take a pen. Mian Maud Curler, of Knmiiev, W took at the Nunnelley i to hae jiens and the Va who ha been at the liedaide of Mt. Vernon very above want lior father. Mr. 1'. W. Carter, retlirn-ih- I gentlemen the orU'r of them here. those veatartlay to retuma her teachtny much after ' Uncle ,hmmv" KoberU. who i ud Mias Mary Lynn Ko left btt week today, pabl for hia 1. from for Toctimseh. Okla . where hc ba J for Somerset lly the fortieth aecaptetl a jMtnltion. She was arcom-jKtali- when Mr. Robert time, askedthe wav. was if it I by her brother. Mr. II ice Pax fmnutrly of It. that Mrt. Lucy lloltrclaw and Mr. V S. true citv, W. 'lend Willi, in hi town, be ' Tmyhtr were called to Nicholasville thi I saw Satur-d- u "I Saturday bv the torioux illnesR of oid: antl guests not.looking him well as a lie was fwtner' brother, Mr. ficonre u- - uhI " The retort was current tliat Widch. Wiljis was dead. ,51r. Hill Carter, of lluirerton. Kan-tm- , Mr who ha Iteen here with Ivs faMetlir! ted ht ,s the onlv tre.it ther. Mr. V. W. Cartee, left Saturday n tin for c.itneMi. H'ea.h Hyonuti nml for ,ia home. Id father i much inimctlinte relief. U The Pe;i-n- v It Stole. Stanford. of Crab Orthatd tin. J. II. Willi, Monday, on route SprfaUTSi 'a h1 to Ittchmaiui to viit relative While liar the wt the jctict of Mr A II with hie many WR Mr J. Itandolph Harris, of the ritv today shaking hand jinctr. friend. ld. hr I)r.n-y.ll- -- (ill-bcrt- .'nt d n Corn-blivillt- r d. ltrn Mill-tin- The Trl.Statn has everything arranged to handle your cream) the brat machinery money will buy nnd experienced people who are n'ght. trained In our wayi of carefulness nd accuracy, each one of them Jii'lue H. C. Ulce, of Madison, was retpontlble for a certain definite duty. No tllpthod methods go at on the committee to investinrmed The TrbSlate, tyitem and palnttaklng carefulness safeguard your The rorn nevfr crew tin' 'flein-It- " gate the uselon officces of tho Slate It never IrrlUiri will not kA intrrcalt. For the pait 8 yean, whether flood or storm, heat or Iho flrih, never makes jour to - autre Government. cold, over 25,000 cream patron hnve found. n Dependable s Just two tlropai of "(IrtB It- nml Preston Green, 12 years old, nf cor.i-pavntilMift" tlic iirtnlo fliortly you can jitcl tlio com riitht Kird, is tlend from a broken neck, but he lived two days that wav He while skating, striking his head on n railroad tie. Henry M. Wait, formerly Superintendent of the Q. & C. ntilrotd with hendrpinrtors in Somerset, hns per pound for Butler Fat week beginning Feb. A, 1918 be.-cnlled into the ervice nf Uncle Sum art! is now on hi wny to France SHIP YOUR CREAM DIRECT TO rail-ic to 'n the running tlint country. Tri-Stat- e ( Overstreat, who was on th'-t lis when it wn sent down oT 1 I .sh Coast, vn n widely Unow-CINCINNATI, O. " - man or tho l,R'firtlsviMe " UNITED STATES FOOD ADMINISTRATION wn lfl fiary obi and enl't He License No. i1 n the aviation corpa last July. II reared by his uncle, Samu" If you do not hive cans, write us for Free Trial can. Remember M 1. HBR2 ' lation Duyrrs are commission men who take a toll of 2c per pound 'rhe MniHin A IIan"er Cofrnnn-'off Core.1 ir Wcndtf ul loSto "Ci or more from your cream. Ship your own cream and be tucky contrartora, who built th- - j .rf with MUir tltiacr I ml thsre you Jicnarv 'ntonmotit at with tli" are pain free r id tiiir I i r. rt nr your loc us BUiooili ltt. heve been soletid a Govern tJcte-II sufa H ft onl I.Hlm t cntractor tor tne mi'onr i.n wny In thn world 1 in it n corn or i'iTTriivrnrrv,iigTrT.'nrrrTirrara I'iiue'ing Company on Govern-nI fa ttir st.rn wj Hie way t.illu ' l titt'l a'nl trim wfirk nonr Nahville. It will rcquirt that nevrr fallf nr It :irt outlay of JdO.OOO.OOO. uitiI li tuilllio t tun 1 cutnlwnjs workt ' its.il ' u ik' fuss-in- p- . The fnct thit be hs? Vvvo lirotbe !( a fftti and and line anyin France, another in the army, an or with tonilaKM, thing el fillreK tintin rnrv. a son, who volunteered, loavm ' Mrs Is the "Motto' Now in Every Business I Oets-Il- " rnM tv nil drnattlM Ksrles with no one to upnort her voti nertl pHt no tnttrr thar ncrnmpllh'd the release of Mt by or It will tit wnt itlrr.t rrtil II Liwronr Karles fmrn the State Reftrmiton d Co. Clilcuao, 111. We will apply it this year, especially to our credit e he has spent the Inst eleven Sold in Stanford ami recommend- whe-years, irvine a lire !"m re- - ' '. business, so wc kindly ask you to pay cash for seeds, ed as the world's bot corn remedy Ing George Curd, in Whitley toun': as we have to pay cash. High prices requires more by The Peiiiw Drug Storo. CHILD'S TONGUE money to handle our business so please WITH TIIH CHURCHES SHOWS IF LIVER OR with us in this conservation and not force us to put The l.adie' An! Society will meet ROWELS ARE ACTIVE with Mr. John P. Kngleman Friday any r.oles and accounts in on attorney's hands for afternoon when r ilver otlerinr will Slefe, BiW.-.- , C; be madf for th" leSt of the p"o- - If Crt. I! collection. Very respectfully, W. H. HIGGIN'S The Cr't( ent Hill P.iptKi chiir,'n At Fruit Lasattv KswszanwbXKssuwnrJi . f) V aizasriszissxxiaara Re.-- , ha grnnf-'it Oac Huey, n six months' leae of alv ence. He will ehtl ihe time doin Kvery mother realizes. '' r some perial tieltl work for the Lou'ng her children "Californic r i isville tlaptiat Orpha.is' Home. I idn' The First Christian church at Fig," that this their plott'- - ' f . Kit hmond ha extended a unanimous because they love its thoroughly clean "! f t Matdiilty Is a crisis In a woman's life ftrllcly call to Rev. Homer Carpi nter, now "nd It rln ami darscr at th! cruU.1 stomach, liver and b .v that should 13 safe guarded with oxtrrmo Ack fjr a little at your drac "taro Chancellor of Transylvania Univeni Her Httlegriplrg. y and write f r Interesting freo boolc cite. Tho safe, penetrating external ty. Lexington, to lifetime its pastor. ' Motherhood and the Baby". Simply ad "Mother's Friend", ha been When rroa, Irr- rMe. ftvr n o Hjv. liriney, of l.oui ille, de lined for over three generations, espec-IMl- dre h Tho Cradfleld Ttesulator Co.. Dert '' breath ' I ! 'ina h sour. the rail extended him. for expectant mothers. Dy Its use I). 300 Ijmar Uulldlng, Atlanta, Ga. D ' If contet. the toninie. nnt rt n sinclo nlcht without applytni rrn avoMctl. T' The union prayer meeting thii a teapoonfulMother! harmk rlt'ir. 'fnr abdominal relax easily when baby "irothcr's Friend"; it U tho ereatct Ulnt fiaptia; laxative," and of this ill be h, I r.t ths week in a few hi.ur all the horn and thl naturally make for ln- - of help tn nature. church. Rev. P. L. Bruce will talk foul. tontipnted waste, sour b'.lf and .Movan Carman, u bartender, adThese meeting are proving onjoy-abl- e undigested food passes out of th-- ' Robert H. Tipton, who sold his bi(t c Montgomery anil profitable antl the for bowel, nml vou have a well, playfu' farm in has bounht of county Mad. mitted hnvinsr shot James C. i increasing eneh week. There rh'ld again. When its little system in a disordeily hout in $125,000, J. K. Williamson is in a houltl be a representative now! foil of cold, throat sore, ha stomach- tlen 100 acres of the Elmendorf near Loxintcon. condition. from all churches Vednedny mjht. ache, diarrhoea, indigestion, co'" remember, a good "inside clenn-in- g' CITY COUNCIL ORGANIZES hould always be the firt treatment At a meeting of the new ritv coungi' en. 9 M'IPon of mothers keep "dl f,r-nicil Thursday night the bodv crirar-ieSyrup of Figs" handy; they 'now for its work for the two years fid which began .Ian 1st. Couneilmen J. a te.tspocnful tod.'v saves K Paxton and T W Jone were child tomorrow. Ak our dru"--risSvnp n' named a the amtary tomrrrttee, B. for a bottle of 'California Frank Rot't and Henry C. Anderso" Figs" which hns directiot" '. nn ch'Klren of all are ar grownthe stret committee nml Harr Bows or 11:11 antl J. C. Ui.il .t the flnan't ups printed on the bottle. rttu-ioltl here, so thin I e ommfttee. of th co'iiite-fei- ta Heprcet,,tiv" Get the genuine, made ty Clnb t ' licit nn the council Woman aked thit it take rare of f'e 'California Fig Syrup Comauy " street this veir. the club worn-ehavm1? solicited money for the POSTPONE FIDDLERS CONTEST mirpoFe for several er.rs. The matO'v ps to the very bad rout's after ter wrs referred to the street com- the thaw, the Old Fiddlers' Content SB mittee, which wl'l make its report to have been held at McKinncv Sit-u- r KENTUCK". CRAB ORCHARD, soon. This and some routine work iiy n'prht, wa postponcl jnul the wa the extent of the business road dry up and weather conl tion m get better. 'Gits-Off This H' PmI Com." leaves The Too n Smooth ns tbo Palm of Your iland. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES William Hell, of Monticcllo, dieJ at Pino Knot, whilp visiting relatives Mnnticcllo's basket ball team the first tenm of Danville High School 28 to 27 nt Danville Friday You Can Always Depend Upon the SS Cents Butter ,iit 1 t of-th- n The Co. i l Pl ii- i:w ir 1 ir 1 1 "CONSERVATION" te "' Frlh, pa'-tct- -- i le-- .a to-t- rrco-aratli- - d y , 'o-i- -- . mu-cl- attf-in-anc- Wil-linm- Lox-insto- n. ni d n t r i Cord. uroy 5uits i , 1 - -- i For Men and n I W. E. PERKINS wsEsm PRETTY FAIR COURT DAY It is very much nut of the ordinary to hold county court on Tuesday, but such i being done today, heatle Mondays having caused the temporary change. A fairly gootl crowd is in town antl busine generally i gootl, nlthough there i not a great ileal of stick anil cattle trading. Many of the cattle men from a tli trnce brought their cattle Saturday afternoon and Sunday and sold out eh rd (AtH kvrr rr t rrnt tr rash ) with nnltr. so ad ltd than 22c rath centXword ads tnt f mtiMiaamsGBimMaMMmacmmmmmimBSBmmiwmsmaicMamBiiacMZi .aujLEUxajuaitaiuuMu. I 110 tons of corn st FOR SAI-Inge, cheap. Call phone 111. .1. W Traylor's Dan LOST lletvvecn and W. M. Ilright's on Feb. 2, a office am' slicker coat. Leave at this Rochester. 13-t- Cremo Dairy teed Feed your milk cows Cremo Dairy Feed. It is a mixture of Cotton Seed Meal, Alfalfa Meal, Gluten Feed, Molasses and Mill Feed. We hava sold this feed for more than a year and know that it is fine for milk cows. 16.5 per cent protein. We have this in 1C0 lb, sacks. ta j. H. Baughman & Co. U.'COCI,OKATID well-know- 10-S- aiauAi.wKJMVirKTJtmiriuxT3iam?r,Y.tovnuJcrvxirrzi 'ob-iiii- i two-stor- i ig 'a Breaks a Cold In a Hurry m hand-ftime- 1.1-l- p Auto Service to Danville Taylor Auto Livery Co., Danville BUICK CARS EXCLUSIVELY 2-- tf three-colum- n pie-tur- Cold Tablets v 8t Lincoln Pharmacy 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 Taylor Auto Livery Co. Danville, Kentucky 10-1- BJWWBHR? , FS i i:--i y ' i i-- .m' -- ;f. V, The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, February 12, 1918 ". I HHHHHBHHBHHHHHHHHHHBHHHi P MID-WINTE- R In IT K ?, 41 Clearance Sale! Starts Tuesday, Feb. 12 And Continues Throughout the Month ) y The Best Thing For You and For Us J A Clearance of Suits and Hart, Schaffner and Marx Ciothes and Other Quality Brands at Reduced Prices It's a good thing for you because you can buy Hart, Schaffner & Marx Suits and Overcoats and other preferred quality makes at reduced prices. Vou probably know everything is on the rise; these clothes aie "Worth more than when we bought them; they'll be worth more next fall than they are now. Better look ahead on your needs and buy for the future as well as the present. This sale is a good thing for us because it gives us the chance to dispose of the most of our present stock of fall and winter clothing and to start the next season with new merchandise. Then, too, the extra iving brings new customers to this store and helps to widen our circle of friends. Some people think we ought to hold these goods and take advantage of the price advances next year; we think otherwise, and you have our reason for it. We're pretty sure you agree with us that a clearance sale is the thing. Come and get your share of the bargains. THE SAVING OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE NOW ARE MANY; NOT ONLY SHARP REDUCTIONS ON QUALITY SUITS & O'COATS, BUT ON QUALITY GOODS THRUOUT THE STORE value-g- Overcoats :t Copyright -- Urt bdifftt A All us "WmU l.l SUfi J. jin THESE REDUCED PRICES ARE STRICTLY FOR CASH ONLY MEN'S MEN'S RAIN COATS Suits and Overcoats $5.00 Men's Odd Trousers $6.50 $5.00 $4.50 $4.00 $3.50 $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 $1.50 $1.35 values, values, values, values, values, values, values, values, values, values, now now now BOYS' KNEE i! $22.50 values, now $18.50 values, now $12.50 values, now $10.00 values, now $6.50 values, now $4.00 values, now MEN'S LEGGINS $7.50 values. ..$6.75 $4.00 valuei.... $3. 50 $3.00 value. ..$2.50 $1.50 valuet. ..$1.20 $1.00 valuei... $ .85 $ .GO $ .75 value $19.50 $15.00 $10.50 .. $8.00 $3.00 CAPS REDUCED $2.00 value. $1.50 $1.50 value $1.00 $1.00 value.. $ .75 $ .75 valuet. ...$ .55 $ .65 $ .50 $20.00 $22.50 $25.00 $27.50 $30.00 $12.50 values, now $15.00 values, now $16.50 valuei, now $18.50 values, now . $ 9.50 $11.75 . . . values, values, values, values, values. now now now now now . . $12.50 $13.50 . $15.00 $18.50 $19.50 $23.50 ...$24.50 Reduced now now now now now., now now $5.00 $4.00 $3.75 . $3.25 ..$2.75 $2.50 .$2.00 $1.75 $1.25 ..$1.25 Suits and Overcoats $10.00 values, now $8.00 values, now $7.50 values, now . $5.00 values, now $4.00 values, now $3.50 values, now $3.00 values, now $2.50 values, now . Reduction in Shirts SILK SHIRTS $7.50 Shirts $6.75 $6.50 Shirts $5.85 $5.00 Shirts $4.50 $4.50 Shirts $4.00 DRESS SHIRTS $3.50 Shirts $3.15 $2.00 Shirts $1.75 $1.50 Shirts $1.25 $1.00 Shirts $ .85 $ .75 Shirts $ .65 35c values 25c valuet MEN'S WOOL SOX 50c values 45c 30c 20c WOOL ARMY SHIRTS $5.00 Shirts $4.25 $2.50 Shirts $2.00 $2.00 Shirts $1.75 $1.50 Shirts $1.35 . $7.50 $6.50 $6.00 $4.00 $3.00 $2.75 $2.50 $2.00 value....$ .45 value. .$ .40 Men's Carters Men's Arm Bands Boy' Dre and Work Shoe . ..... 10c to 50c 5c to 25c MEN'S NECKWEAR REDUCED 40c Men' 50c Tie, now 20c Men' 25c Ties, now Men' Men' Dreas Sox, at 15c to $1.50 Sheep Skin Mocks, $2.00 valuet $1.50 10c to 50c Canvass Gloves, at Heavy Cotton Mote 15c to 25c SHIRTS Sloutt and Regular, all colors 85c Shirts now 75c Children's Hote, at Slilnl, WORK Ladies' Hose, now 15c to $2.50 15c to 45c. MEN'S & BOYS' High Cut Shoes top pearl wing tip or cap toe color, $10.00 valuet, now .$8.50 $9.00 value, now .$7.75 $7.50 values, now $6.50 $6.50 values, now $5.50 $4.50 valuet, now .$3.85 $4.00 values, now .$3.25 $3.50 values, now ..$3.00 $3.00 values, now ..$2.55 $2.50 values, now $2.00 9, 12, 15 and in black, tan and 18-inc- h Men's Dress Shoes AT REDUCED rsZs A 4 ARMY SHOt ssssflsWsTwVNBSkMfaC L! HERE $9.50 $8.50 $7.50 $6.50 $6.00 $5.00 value value bQmSIHbIiHbV Coat Sweaters HRB $7.50 $6.00 $5.00 $4.00 $3.00 $2.00 $1.00 $ .75 FOR MEN $5.75 Sweaters Sweater $4.50 $3.75 Sweater Sweater $3.00 Sweaters $2.25 Sweaters $1.50 Sweaters..... ..$ .85 $ .65 Sweater value. value. value value. PRICES This is an excep. tional shocbuying opportunity in view of the higher cost of good shoes. Smart, English lasts and conservative models in lace and button styles; any of these can be had in th well known Eclipse, Flortheim or W. L. Douglas lines. ARE THE REDUCTIONS .$8.25 $4.25 $4.75 value ..$7.25 $4.50 value..... .$4.00 ..$6.50 $3.50 $4.00 value $5.75 $3.15 $3.50 value ..$5.25 $2.70 $3.00 value ,$4.50 $2.25 $2.50 value Rubber Footwear pf rubber footwear, in all sizes, and in many different styles. $4.00 Black Boots Red Boots $4.50 White Boots Two.buckle Felts Black Lace Gum at Red Lace Gum Dull Boots $4.75 $6.00 $4.25 Shoe, $3.35 Shoe, .$3.50 $2.25 $2.75 We carry a complete line vswlflrutSflSBsS 'VS U. S. Army Shoes Tan only the most comfortable of them all) regulation toft cap $7.50 values, now . ..$6.70 Officer Plain Toe $10.00 Value, now . ..$8.95 Black Arctics V. A. C. Arctics Heavy Dull Sandals $1.65 Anything In Ladies, Miss es and Children's Rubbers About 50 pair of Boys' Shoes, odds and ends formerly sold from $3 to $5 per pair, now .....$1,65 at . aggggQp-Vr- i iKfiitaV- - tB UNt CI earance on .. v o 1' Nlpl Hats p ri I TVV wl y Men's Work Shoes All sizes, styles, widths and color) plain or cap toes .$6.75 $7.50 values, now $5.85 $6.50 values, now .$5.60 $6.00 valuet, now $4.95 $5.50 valuet, now $4.50 $5.00 values, now now $4.05 $4.50 values, valuet, now $3.60 $4.00 $3.15 $3.50 values, now $2.70 $3.00 values, now $2.25 $2.50 values, now .$1.85 $2.00 valuet, now. This is one of the season's clean-usensations I Soft and stiff hall, the remainder of the regular locks, formerly sold at $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.60 and $4.00. Now reduced to $1.75, $2.00, $2.35, $3.00 and $3.25. You know the brands Keith, Longly and Star Hats, not all sizes in every style, but all size in the entire lot. Soft hat in all the good colors, and stiff hats in black only. Certainly worth going afterl L r We Hope We Have Your Size WE ARE OFFERING YOU A REAL OPPORTUNITY AT PRESENT ON WOMEN'S SHOES Thete hoe repretent incomplete lines of tbis season's good, incomplete from the fact that It is almost impossible for us to foresee just exactly how any one of our many different size are going to tell. In consequence we are entirely out of tome tlzet and very low on othtrs. We offer dull kid, glazed kid, patent leather, light or dark grey, dark brown, or champagne, with or without fancy tops, in English toes, or high French heels, or conservative model,. Men's Underwear Reduced Fleeced Shirts, 85c values, now Ribbed Drawers, 85c values, now Ribbed Shirts, 85c values, now Men's Fleeced Union Suits, $1.75 values Men's Ribbed Union Suits, $2.50 valuei Men's Ribbed Union Suitt, $2.00 valuet. Men's Ribbed Union Suitt, $1.50 valuet .70 .70 .70 $1.45 $2.00 $1.75 $ $ $ Boys' Fleeced Union Suits inti $1.00 values, now $ .95 values, now $ .75) values, now Same Reductions Ms $1.25 in Ribbed Union $ .85 $ .80 $ .65 Suits & PHILLIPS PHILLIPS Biggest Store Stanford's THESE ARE THE REDUCTIONS $10.00 values, now $6.75 $9.00 values, now $6.25 $8.50 values, now $6,00 $7.50 valuet, now $5.50 $6.00 valuei, now $4.75 $5.00 valuet, now $3.85 $4.00 valuet, now $3.50 $3.50 valuet, now $3.00 $3.00 values, now $2.75 $2.50 valuei, now $2,25 Old Ladies' Bals $2 to $3 per pair