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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): February 15, 1918 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1918 int1918021501_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): February 15, 1918 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Established 860 1 59th Year. No. 4 1 The Interior Journal The Interior Journal, Stanford. Kkucky, Friday, February 15, 1918 $71.00 AND TEN DAYS '.oy Stewart, colored who was ar- there are good times in Georgia. Last rded Tuesday night as he wasnine from Lebanon with year's crop is selling at 30 cents per pound, and as a consequence things nurts of whisky, was tried beforeurn hnnmlnff nil ftvor the frnnrl Sfnto Jujgo R. h. Davison Thursday aftcrof Georgia, while Atlanta, tho capital nqn ana nnca $yd nna given ten city, is prospering as sne nas never dab in jail. Chief of Police George. Vinfmra If uraa mv nlnaaiifA tn annnrl T.jWood and Deputy Sheriff R. T. anvnrnl Hnva til pro Inst week, n CUPst Ldds took Stewart in tow just as he of my brother, T. R. Walton, who re- st ipeaVfrorri" tho train, and opening sided in Stanford some years in the hit suit case found nine full quarts long ago, ana wno is rememDerea oy of whisky. They placed him in jnil many of the older citizens of the wl ?o he remained until his trial. county. It may not interest any to Mi are. Wood and Lewis are doing know that my stay with him was so e excellent work in running down very aengntiui, Dut it was ana i am the e who infract tho law and they every " lV" 'i V ,v V Tuesdays and Fridays AVERAGE $39.94 PER HUNDRED! the Nearly Average the Entire the Pound Tobacco Wildest Enthusiasm the Something rage About Edward , FLOUR, MEAL, SUBSTITUTES HEMP BREAKING A report has been circulated thnt By reason of tho rain wo failed to get our hemp machine to Stanford buyers of flour could buy throe court day for demonstration, but at pounds of flour with every pound of any time you have an opportunity to meal or substitute, but Food Adminsco tho machine work would be glad istrator Sackctt's order printed beif you would call us, and wc will in- low, shows how erroneous the report i form you as to where and when we is: "It is not true that anything but will be at work. If you are interested in future hemp growing, you pound for pound is permitted in should by all means see the opera- the State of Kentucky, outside of tion of this machine. You will find the cities of Covington and Newoprt, that it will break from two to three which are within the retail delivery thousand nounds. with only two men district of Cincinnati. Anything to to operate, depending on the condi the contrary published in the paper Hustonville SecR. L. Berry and A. J. Coy, of tion and quality oi tne nemp to De is erroneous and our dealers will find 40 Cents a handled. It will handle from four to it very much to their disadvantage if tion, Receive five thousand pounds of tow per day, they have permitted their flour to got privilege of seeing shild have the support of thankful for the Crop. for flesh. Time has go 1 citizen in Stanford and vicinity. such as rakings of the field and etc. away from them without insisting on him acnin in the officer In this machine the dust does not in tho consumer's taking the substitutes dealt gently with "Tom," as he was Thf better support given thedo. terfere with the operators, as in our on the basis of "one to one."' known, and he looks about iikc ne thqbetter work he is able to The ciuestion of exchantre of whent old machine. Short hemp can be hanPrices Continue to Soar did when he left Stanford. He is a for flour by the farmers has also jury was secured from Madison dled to good satisfaction. rUrrw1.in.tHn.wnnl Atlanta hnnster nnri that is also wno that been Season Preof It to try that city has no citizen who is proud co:tv Henry M.dorter Eubamc. Ster- - hemp has follow reported when wet been discussed, andletter from made you clear in another Food rolls, but will Ringo nt Mt. er ot nis nome town man ne. nis kil d vailed on Breaks Yesterday. call to see this machine, remind us Administrator Sackett, which is here faith in the "Gate City of tho South" lin and we will soak a bunch of hemp in given: ?o onnwn In Vila inveatfnir his Inst dol let you decide. "About the hour due a customer He says At- Helstahds only about five feet, six water andexisting factory conditions, lar in Atlanta property. we 140 Ave- lanta bank stock is good, but Atlanta incies, and weighs less than more wcUnder unable to build machines at for wheat received last fall, that have Bring Like 300,000 if a interpreted the rule to be are poinds; his voice would be dirt is better, ana ne wants an oi it creiitable to a woman than to a man, the present for the market; but as farmer brings wheat to the mill and $3 .00 of he can get. doer" South soon as we can get factory work takes flour back he can take the full T Vinvn fnr 9.0, vonra mndn nrrnsion- - butiho is the "doingest without subbe ready we It will al visits to Atlanta and have watched of tie Mason and Dixon line. He is a clone you will investigate for you. expect quanitty of the wheathas deposited to if stitutes,' but if he has done tho city grow and it has lost no verj strong Methodist andhis means. payraise hemp hereafter. you 54c time in doing so. Wiped out by the muci for Methodism with Simpson, wheat with the miller for more than to This machine has power plant 30 days, that constitutes a sale and amr nf Kfl vnnrs nfrn. its strides for Onj recently he made a donation of Morning. for a Basket machine and can be the bigger and better Atlanta are little $1,00,000 to Emory College, while built in withshock to shock by two than miller cannot allow him a more time 48 pounds of flour at xno city, ooutn n sbrt while before he put up most drawn from less than marvelous, can boast of a finer of !e monev that went to the build horses, so the moment you stop you and must require him to purchase an Bringing or elsewhere, while, the business ing jf one of Atlanta's handsomest arc ready for work. The machine equal amount of the substitutes." Single Wagon Loads of rootrlont cmrt1nn. Following is a list of flour substichu :hes. A few montns since ne set and power plant complete only part at once impresses the sight-see- r Each. $800 to $1200 hundred which are to be sold on the about thirtv-nv- e toward building what will be that everybody is aoing someining his eadas the Weslevan Hospital. He weighs Seeing is believing. Investi- tutes, " "fifty-fiftyor pound for round and that each person seems to be. kno n to put up $3 every time a pounds. gate for yourself. J. S. & A. W. plan: successful. Since my last visit of offeed Barley flour, corn flour, corn doll r was. raised elsewhere. $o,uuu Holtzclaw. STILL MAINovine i.tu vwAo mw, ...mw.. ....f,. feterita flours has been made,- notwithstand was iccured and Mr. Candler nut up THE LIBERTY SERVICE LEAGUE starch, potato flour, rice, and meals, soya bean PRICES! ing the $5,000,000 nre of last may. $221000. His cotton warehouse in The object of the Liberty Service hominy, Atlalta is about the biggest thing in League is to promote the business flour, buckwheat flour, corn meal, inhabited by fainter-hearte- d Cities corn grits, oatmeal, rice flour, rolled mifrht hnve heen set back to the bwn. It covers 40 acres and tne 32c a point of giving up, but not so with buildngs, all of concrete, occupy welfare of very citizen of Lincoln oats, sweet potato flour. Rye flour is 290 pounds at (Wencsday's Advocate) 35c tho Atlantians. rney are reDuuaing most of the snace. Several of the county; to have at heart the welfare not a substitute. The biggest tobacco sale of the 415 pounds at train37c the burnt district and replacing the warmouses are used by the govern- of every boy in service or in to 580 pounds at season was held on the Danville the DEATH OF AGED CITIZEN 35c buildings with far better ones than ment or ne storing of supplies. It ing; to give- words of cheer 355 pounds at breaks yesterday. Another big sale sad: to George Hunn, who was here from 34c those that went up in the smoke. 500 pounds at willpe remembered that it was Mr. homes made 'clothing;conserve on lines was held today and wagons are arriven- Moreland this morning, told the I. to exert all of food and 33c ing from all directions this morning 300 pounds at The fire was the biggest the South Canjler, who a few years ago when 31c has ever had. 71 blocks were des- cottm was very low, offered to loan ergy to the production oftomore to J. of the death of W. J. Wilson, an and another big sale is assured for 150 pounds at action; aged and respected citizen of his sec32c troyed and the number of houses to tie raisers $30,000,000 in order eat: to encourace the idle tomorrow. This morning Edward 415 pounds at to stand 32c burned was 1,560, or perhaps 1,000 thaHthey, might, hold their crops for wrong: in the open for right against tion of the county. His death occurSimpson, of Garrard county, got 54 495 pounds at democracy against plutocra- red Wednesday and the body was ,32c or more than there are in Stanford. bettlr prices. Many took advantage cents a pound for one basket and a 325 pounds at 18c The burnt district is about a mile of tie offer and later sold their cot- cy; liberty against Kaiserism. Can taken to .Franklin county for burial, his whole crop. R. L. 350 pounds at big average for there be any thing but success for an he havine 'moved here from that AVERAGE $32.00 Berry and A. J. Coy, of Lincoln wide and extends for a mile and half. ton ior nuch better prices. ninparlpr1 him tn thtf Canp' Gordon is the name of the organization with such laudable aims flAimftf TTia TVin lnee no stated nboVe. WaS fixed county, yesterday received an averSrience & Evans, of Marcellus, sold cantoimeht some ten miles from the and purposes? Is there any reason grave but three sons and a daughter . age o'f practically 40 cents a pound the fqllowing baskets: at $5,000,000. with $3,000,000 in hy every good male citizen of the keenly the loss of a t 30c surance. The Atlanta people mane up heart of Atlanta. It was named for county cannot and should not want are ief t to feel for their entire crop. They got $1,200 165 pounds at kind and indulgent father. Mr. Hunn Gcn.Uolnj B. Gordon, the famous old 0 330 pounds at 46c over $100,000 lor tne nre sunerers. for a wagon load. From $800 to to Decome a memDerj ne interior Wilson was one of the best 44c Little or none of the contents of the Confederate general, who has sever- Journal can give many reasons why says Mr. ever knew and that the peoper wagon load are often receiv- 315 pounds at audihe 43c homes and business houses were sav- al tifires lectured to Stanford Jack- such an organization is helpful to men of his end of the county are ed. Probably the wildest enthusiasms 160 pounds at ple ences but who has joined Lee, 44c ed. of the year prevailed on the breaks 255 pounds at any community and will do so from greatly saddened by his death. 39c is a city of hotels and she son ajd others over the river. There time to time. banner record break- 285 pounds at vestcrday when Atlanta Camp 42c has some of the very finest to be are sbne40.000 Sammies atlooKing ing prices were paid for the weed by 505 nounds at FINED $10 FOR VAGRANCY WILL MOVE NEXT WEEK independent 405 pounds at Of recent erec- Gordoi aid they are a fine say they 35c found in the South. , the buyers. Two new Jeff Bryant, who was arrested Sevcrarfce" & Son will next week Terrace, The body v nfen and Atlantians 35c tion are the Georgian buyers have arrived on the. market. 400 nounds, at . the charce of vatrran- - move intptheir new home the corara tlil.Kit. Viohnven' lot ever Kitten Wednesday-o- n . 32c, Ponce de Messrs. Edwards Brothers, of North 205 pounds at,, , of them visit 1;he cy; was" tried before Judge T.JA. ner store in. the Odd Fellows' buildwhile The 3i2c Piedmont, The Winecroff, Carolina, find, they are making things 340 pounds at .'.... city daily, biit there is scarcely ever Rice' Thursday afternoon and given ing, which by the way, is about the Terminal, The Kimball and The is lium when it comes their grades. 38.40 AVtRAUt a fine a loud word from them, and such a hoped of $10, which he paid. Itthe prettiest and best lighted store room have all been added to and made They say this is a very fine market. that Bryant will profit by Sutton & Beazley, of Garrard tietter in many ways. Another notice- thing as an arrest by the civil authorin the city. .Mr. William Severance, is still maintaining her county, sold the following baskets: Danville exepnence he nas naa ana nereaiicr manager of the able, feature is the large number of ities is almost unknown. On the other he will give himself some exercise by the popular has ordered many new great lead for high prices that was 140 pounds at z firm, the detention early in December. Grow- 150 pounds at elegant apartment houses. Some of side of the city is 700 and 1,000 putting in a few davs work every goods for his store and his line of established 3zc camp, where between ers are highly elated over the con- 425 pounds at 34c the largest almost cover a block and interned Germans are being held and now and then. Allen Hill, also color- spring and summer wear for women tendency of nrices 345 nounds at tinued upward 34c they are among the handsomest treated almost as well as our boys ed, and who also was arrested on the will be the most complete he has ever biggest as and if it were not for the scarcity of 490 pounds at charge of vagrancy, will have his shown during the decade or more he 33c buildings in the city. The the apartment houses who arc training for service. I was labor a record acreage would be culzoc well as finest of construction. It will informed that the fare is very simi- trial next Thursday. Frank Thurman, has been in business in Stanford. 80 nounHs at is now under tivated next season. Among the hunwho admitted that he purloined a AVERAGE $33.15 cover an entire block and contain 36 lar and that the only thing denied dreds of good sales the following arc gobbler belonging to J. L. & Kavanaucrh, of Garrard fine apartments, some of these nav-in- g the German sailors is their liberty. fine old FATHER AND SON SOCIAL Duncan a few: Beazley, was held over to circuit following baskets: s The camp is surrounded by two barbThe interest in the Father and as manv as eight rooms. It prom-i'sp& Warren, of Garrard countv. sold the Simpson court in $100. 28c Son movement has increased greatly tn he the handsomest building of ed wire fences 15 feet or more high, county, sold the following baskets: 235 pounds at 29c its kind in the South. . and the wire is charged with suffduring this week. The prospect for 27c 435 pounds at 230 pounds at IDLENESS MUST VAMOOSE fellow un 33c the social evening on Friday, Feb. 15 33c 400 pounds at There is not much doing political- icient electricity to burn a bare hand. 100 pounds at Idleness must vamoose if the Mil is a very good one. The Stanford 3.7c ly in Georgia just now, but when it if he touches it with his 44c 215 pounds at 150 pounds at Morris be33c comes time to elect a successor to A company of soldiers is on guard introduced bv Senator is designed "lads and dads" look forward to hav300 nounds at SO pounds at - - "lc comes a law. His measure 37c Senator Hardwick there will be. The rlflv nml nicht. while watchmen in the 3Gc 220 nounds at among men dur- ine a crood time together. Anyone 125 pounds at 35c Senator has misrepresented his State several high towers are prepared to to prevent idleness of the war. From who can bring fatherless boys and 45c 145 pounds at 50 pounds at ing the continuation . 35c and the people- are as suro to rebuke give notice if they see anything wrong 36c 230 pounds nt until sonless fathers together now win 120 pounds at a 34c him by defeat as anything can be. going on. iac n tower is Bupuucu the time the act becomes of law pres- render a helnful service. Remember 33c 390 pounds at the 245 pounds at the close 33c He belongs to the bunch that Presi- with a searchlight and when it is six weeks after 405 pounds at 28 d man be- at the K. P. Hall Friday evening, Feb. 110 pounds at 33c dent Wilson referred to as "a little necessary tho camp can be made as ent war, every of 16 and 60, except 15. 205 pounds at 29 1G0 pounds at 33c group of wilful men," and paid his light as day. The Germans were en- tween the ages during school terms 140 pounds at ...., '19 70 pounds at 32c respects in a rather scathing manner joying the sun and were exercising lion fide students 25c 440 pounds nt ACEY & BORDERS DISSOLVE 110 pounds at games who fail or refuse to work at laast r Mr. rliri nnt vnir.e the sentiments of by playing all sorts of outdoor AVERAGE $32.50 Messrs. J. W. Acey and A. J. Bor$33.00 AVERAGE hours a week shall be guilty The good thirty-si- x Wnre & Lav. of Boyle county, sold his constitutencv when he failed to when I was at the camp. of the Lincoln Burton & Sadler, of Garrard counby our of a misdemeanor. County judges, ders, proprietors dissolved partnerthe following baskets: stand with the President, nor nas ne treatmentis of the Germansthey give. justices of the peace, mayors and po- Pharmacy, have ty, sold the following baskets: far from what 32c done so on divers other occasions. people ?.70 rounds at ' retiring. Invoicing 29 Mr. 270 pounds at to be lice judges are given jurisdiction to ship, begin Bordersmorning. It is prob26 ,... 35c 27IJ pounds at He is a "dead cock in the pit," and those who have the misfortune in the will 135 pounds at 36c his burial will follow when his term !captured by that brutal nation. But try offenders 35c 400 pounds at able that Mr. Borders and family will 05 pounds at 34c expires. Senator Hoke Smith, Presi- II wo ...aha even ..m!.!.3 4.. tnAcn pnri. weiu ..a... uiiivuiu w muo. "i'- 35c 310 pounds at ... HELD OVER UNTIL COURT leave Stanford, and the fact that 135 pounds at we would be little better than 46c dent Cleveland's Secretary of the In- tured colored, who was 39c 195 pounds at Sam Cloyd, may do so is generally regret240 pounds at who do the bidding of the caught in the freight depot at McKin-ne- y they Tho firm has enjoyed a nice 36c terior, is in not too good repute with the men , 43c 95 nounds at ted. 345 pounds at Germany. 33c tVir nanrmn voters either and he may damnable ruler of he can suspicious circumstances, 39c 360 pounds at 435 pounds at Atlanta hud n six or seven weeks' was under before Judge T. A. Rice trade, but Mr. Borders thinks -- ... 33c find it hard to succeed himself when 39c 350 pounds at ....".., tried 280 pounds at by Evangelist Thursday and held oVer to the grand better himself elsewhere. 32c election day rolls around. i.eaaers meeting conducted 30c 355 pounds at .. 155 pounds at 28c are casitng about to find a couple of Billy Sunday during the latter part jury. Cloyd came into the depot and ANOTHER SALE FOR H. & McC. 30c 350 pounds nt 380 pounds at piayer while the backs of J. T. Butler and $33.07 man urVm will take better care of of the year and the AVERAGE 34c Hughes & McCartv, tho real 380 nounds at cenThursW. T. Robinson and Leathers sold the trust reposed in them than either stirred up the people there from M. Durham, of the office force, were men, made another 33c 345 pounds at ter to circumference. He preached in turned, slipped into the freight de- day, this time selling for sale J. W. Mr. the following baskets: zo zc w' u....... senator xiaruwitn. ui Georgians set an enormous tabernacle built pur 210 pounds at 33c has. and 'when the partment for the purpose, it is Acey his pake on the Somerset pike 20c 450 pounds at 75 pounds at 33c their heads to do a thing, they usual posely for him, and which comfort- thought, of attempting to appropri- containing 30 acres and improved 430 nounds at 25 85 pounds at ably seated 14,000 or more people. ate some of the freight that had ac- with a good 33c ly do it. If Hon. Asa Candler would residence and 435 nounds at AVERAGE $33.00 33c consent to run for Senator he could The tabernacle cost $20,000 and the cumulated there. ....-e to Squire J. T. Roberts a Eastland & Browning sold the fol- 370 pounds at sold to a North32c defeat Senator HardwicK as easy as lumber in it has been .. 440 pounds at for $7,500, Squire Roberts also lowing baskets: 44c falling off a log, but he won't do so. ern oartv for $2,500 and will be Cut This Out It U Worth Money bought Henry Fields' stock of goods 29c 330 nounds at ; 205 pounds at 47p Tn Por.t tVir. maVor nf a does shipped to, Chicago. The other where 460 pounds at Don't miss this. Cut out this slip, which were in the store-roo24 170 pounds at 0 were about $12,500 and 43c not love the political game, and he enclose with five cents to Foley & he has done a good business. Mr. 45c 460 nounds at 110 pounds at was turned over to the evange- Co., 2835 Sheffield Ave,, Chicago, Fields will move back to his' farm. 49c would not now De notuing w .: , 34c 465 pounds at ; 210 pounds at . aoc of mayor of Atlanta were it not for list, making- $50,000 the meeting 111., writing- your name and address ; 36c 550 pounds at 100 pounds at trr Vil. tnum nnH Vila desire onnt.. And now the Question Is was clearly. You will receive in return a CLEANING UP THE STREETS 46c u: 37c 550 pounds at 160 pounds at ... 47c to serve his people. He is' the richest the game worth the candle? Hun trial package containing Foley's 34c 455 pounds at Chief of Police Wood, had the jail pounds at 180 v. 35c man by odds in the South, and the dreds 'Wit tne trail," as mr. .ouoaay Honey and Tar Compound, for several days this .week 28c 580 pounds at 125 pounds at making confessions, but coughs, colds and croup. Foley Kid- birds out the streets and Stanford 34c pittance or $b,uuu ayear ne gets ior speaks of cleaning up 30c 425 pounds at 380 pounds at many of those whq ney Pills and Foley Cathartic Tab- now looksi-spic32c acting as mayor he divides eauallv unfortunately and span. A littl 'ex23c 175 pounds at 490 pounds at 29c between the Red Cross and Y. M. C. promise to do better during exciting lets'. Sold Everywhere. 305 pounds at .w ercise for1 the fellows' who wantonly AVERAGE $31.00 felthe 31c A. Mr. Candler is a man. conditions do not stick likemind and infract the laws of their country ' Spragens & Hundley, of Casey 125 pounds at low who has made up his 30c will he helnful in. makinir them re , HEAVY WIND TUESDAY 500 pounds at county, sold the following baskets: in a quiet way registers for service 30c kets: The heavy wind of Tuesday did member that if they sin 'again' 'they 32c 250 pounds at 190 pounds at , 3?c on the Lord's side. , 26c 145 pounds at considerable damage in the county will be given a little more oi xno 27 70 pounds at 425 nounds at .T. 35c 245 pounds at While I do not agree with the wag and town as well. Hundreds of shocks same sort. 32c AVERAGE $37.50 215 pounds at t 3.7c who wrote tke couplet, 32c of hemp were blown down and scatR. L. Berry and A. J. Coy. of Lin- 295 pounds at pounds at 410 v. i... .36c "Georgia .girl, none surpasses, A WORD TO MOTHERS tered broadcast, trees were coln county, sold the following bas- 100 pounds at 26 460 pounds at T 6c 310 pounds at sweet as sorghum molassess. and other damage done. The glass in She's Mrs. E. J. Bedard. Cowich. Wash., 18 kets: 105 nounds at 46c Still I am pretty well convinced that pounds at e windows was says: "Foley's Honey and Tar is the 37c 305 .': of' the 500 pounds at $30.00 AVERAGE 35c ;.. has, some mighty good look- oae 46c 345 pounds at' into many pieces by the awn- best 1 ever used, l always Keep a uoi-tl- d -- ..., Rankin & Brunnett. of Garrard 475 pounds at ' 34c Atlanta do not broken ing women. Of course they 51c 460 pounds at ing frame, blowing against it. in the house for the children. A. countv. sold the following baskets: 550 pounds at ..li.. 32c compare with the Kentucky article, 45c 380 pounds at quick cure for coughs and colds.' It 26c 150 pounds at 070 pounds at ... 29 and had I come from another State J CIRCUIT COURT NEXT MONDAY heals raw, inflamed surfaces, loosens 39c 380 pounds at 31c 540 pounds at 415 pounds at AVERAGE $35.00 might have seen things differently. Next Mondav will be first day of phlegm, eases hoarseness' and dilncult 33c 33c 215 pounds at 275 nounds at Mr. Lynn Gooch, of Lincoln coun- Black eyes, DiacK nair ana rosy the February term of the Lincoln breathing, checks racking coughs. 33c 42c 345 pounds at ., 555 pounds at cheeks are a good combination, but court and if the weather is good it is Sold Eveywhcre. ty, sold the following baskets: 25 43c 160 pounds at 270 pounds at 86c most of the women are thin and have likely that a large crowd will bt m 18c 210 pounds at 36c 70 pounds at , 380 pounds at 38c not that substantial, dashing appear- town. The docket for tho February 255 pounds at 31 TO GO FEBRUARY 25th 30c AVERAGE $39.94 95 pounds at ..... 45c ance of tho first ladles of the land Tho Local Board has received orterm is not a heavy one. McConnell & Mnrriman, of Boyle 275 pounds at 31c 240 pounds at 46c those of Kentucky. white men to ders to send thirty-on35c county, sold the following baskets: , 350 pounds at ...- -. 590 pounds at MANY TO JUNCTION CITY 44c Hermann Berkmann, of New York, , 33c 410 pounds at ... tho mobilization camp on Monday, 31c 250 pounds at 550 pounds at The L. & N., during tho time it F.ebruary. 25th. This call will bo fill44c arrived in Atlanta about the time I .... 37c 420 pounds at 28c 310 pounds at ..,- .. 170 pounds r.t ,. 49c did, fet I did not have the pleasure haB had an agency in this city, has ed out of tho Class 1 men, whoso or34c 240 pounds at ... 425 pounds at 27 1.2c 205 pounds at 38c of meeting the disloyal scamp. Ho onlrl tn .TiinnMnn City 81.577 tickets. der numbers are less than 560. ... 32c 310 nounds at 2B0 pounds at 31c 255 pounds at .,...,....,.... 41c was taken to the Federal prflsn for It has sold the next largest number 360 ..... 15c 215 pounds at 220 pounds at - ... 87c 305 pounds at 41c treasonable utterances and will re- to Crab Orchard zu.uuo. nounds at 35c AVERAGE 440 nounds at MAY LOSE EYESIGHT $32.00 ,.....;.. 38; main i durance vile for two years. 35c 380 pounds at ., Speed Best, colored, had tho misBaughman & Mitchell, of Lincoln 205 pounds at You cannot enjoy a good meal if .,... 37c Berkmann is, a side partner of Emma county, sold the following baskets: .nc 355 pounds at fortune Monday to havo a stalk of 250 pounds at 38c Goldman, who would long since been right eye, 32c 385 pounds at .. 29c 465 pounds at .... 330 pounds nt shot had sh? not belonged ach tablets are guaranteed by The homnit pierce the ball of his lose tho 34c hung or 345 pounds at is f eared that he will 33c 390 pounds at AVERAGE $34.25 Penny Drue Store to relieve the and sex. 32c" to the weaker 380 nounds at rf 33c 360 pounds at .. .. 1 ' sight of it. ' B. C W. worst case o fstomach trouble. MK AVERAGE $40: 40c rarcl county, sold the following bas- 540 pounds at ..... - ATLANTA A HUSTSLING CITY Wtinn tYtn ntfrm prnri enIN hlrrh Skyward. The . 1 An Pounds Per Hundred -- Pound of Garrard County, Got This the Weed Are a 1 From DANVILLE MARKET TAINS LEAD FOR HIGH ..t.-me- nt - - -- m $1,-20- '. Leonwa,ha-Aip8lex..J- ho togethen-ThtJusan- ds Ara-ijo- n, well-kno- l-- - .... - l-- 2c -c able-bodie- l-- .". l-- 2c , ..- -- ex-Da- n es-st- i-- l-- two-sto- ry .. store-hous- l-- Coca-Col- es $20,-00- - Ia. - big-litt- le l-- l-- 2c l-- 2c court-hous- l-- .- l-- 2c o -- '. VAi i0. Page Two The Interior Jounal, Stanford, Kentucky, WHAT ARE OUR SOLDIERS PAID? t Ask tho first ten people you meet experienca proved the what Uncle Sam pays his soldiers. It world Early will be a safe bet they won't know. extraordinary value of cod liver oil for strengthening Half of them have some hnzy idea lung troubles. soldiers against colds, pneumonia bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbB about a "dollar n day," and you will bbbbbbbbbbbW Pf find lots of people who think Uncle Taking Thousamk of Our Soldiers Sam still pays the old scale of $13 Woman's Burdens a month, but few outside the army tire lightened whnn alio turns to tlio rlsht know the ins and outs of the wage If her existence Is nuulo scale, oven for private soldiers. . medicine Bloomy liy thn chronic wcaknpsw, The whole pay system of the Unitiler.inuoinent't, and imltifnl disorders th:it a let hor ox, slut will llml relief mid ed States army has been revolutionmuncip.itlon from hor trotililcs In Dr. ized j?incc the war started. 1'terco's Kiivnrlto Prescription. If she's overworked, norvoi.. , or " A private in Uncle Snm'j. armies, cause It Guarantees the Purest Norwegian Cod Liver ON the findi now llfo and stronth. It's ower-riBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsW' regular, nntionnl guard or national ftr LBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBs1 Invigorating tonic and norvlno which properties. high in food value and rich in blood-makin- g was discovered and iiimI by an eminent army, receives in cash, as long ns he against winter sickness. physician for many years, In al! ie of is in the United States, $33 a month, Soott'm will strengthen "femalo complaints" and weaknesses. For Beware of Alcoholic Substitutes. young girls just entering ""miiitiliood ; in addition to food, clothing and The Imported Norwejrfan cod llvercll ued In Scott' JEnrnltlon bnowrtdnedla for women at the. critical nehn..g(! of life", medical attendance. our owo American laboratories which guarantee It free (ram Impurities. in benrlng-dmvsensations, periodical When he is sent to Europe he gets Scott SBowncDloomGeld. N.J. imIiis, ulceration, liilliinimatinn, and every kindred ailment, the Favorite Prccrlp-tlon- " 20 per cent, extra, whether in trainIs tho only put up without ing or in the trenches, which brings alcohol Ingredients on wrapper. HERE'S THE DOPE AN ESSAY ON EDITORS the minimum cash pay up to $30.90 A country schoolboy was told to "Absolute knowledge I have none, KY. REV. W. W. WAL.ACE, OF STURGIS. r.w.os, Va. " Illght years ago this Who will begin a summer 'I could hardly do nnylliliu?. It a month, or $1.30 a day. revivaiat the Baptist church at Urodhead on write an essay on editors, says an But my aunt's washerwoman's sister's was bofom our llrst little girl came. My son The revolutionary part of the pay Tuesday, .bob. Uutn. All denomnations are urecd to attend the meetings, exchange, and this is the result: lower limbs were so badly swollen I which are sure Heard a policeman of his beat is a strong, helpful. couldn't rest any where. I was telling a system, however, about which most forceful spaker to prove intercstig and of gospel Dr. Wallace "Don't know how newspapers Say to n laborer on the street truths. and an able cxpundcr friend what a condition my limbs were in. people are ignorant, is the scale of came to be in the world. I don't think That he had a letter last week Mie said. 'Take, my advice and not "omn allowances made by the government of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.' the Lord does, for He ain't got noth- Written in the finest Greek, YOU CAN'T FIND ANY PREACHERSVILLE coolie in Timbuctoo, Nj I concluded to trv it and this Is what to the soldiers' dependents. We arc a ing to say about an editor in the Bi- From saidChinese Mr. Richard Williams has beer inDANDRUFF, AND HAIR It did for me. I had only ued It about the niggers in Cuba knew Who thus breaking away from the old disposed. irie week when my llmlis jult cramping, STOPS COMING OUT ble. I think the editor is one of the Of n colored man in a Texas town the vnlnx got better ami I could sleep all theory of paying soldiers a flat wage missing links you read about and Who got it strnight from a circus Mrs. W. C. Elam has been sick.but night, good restful sleep, so I continued for fighting to the new theory that Save Your Hair! Make It Thick, stayed in tho bushes until after the is better. clown it." Usn and had no trot lit at nil. Four in the Klondike heard a Mr. Henry Blankcnship has een Wavy, Glotiy And Beautiful ve.irs ago I nsO'l It again, and another the nation is responsible for the welflood, and then came out and wrote That,tho man news, little girl came almo-entirely without fare not only of the man in service, on the sick list. At Once the thing up and has been here over From a gang of South American Jws discomfort. One year ago I again needed Mr. J . H. Thompson has bcenion-fine- d Dr. I'ierco's medicine lint did iiotKet.lt a? but for the dependents whom he left since. I don't think he over died. I About somebody in Borneo to his room for several lays was in very pojr condition financially, behind him. Try as you will, after an applica- never scon a dead one, and never Who heard a man who claimed ta but is able to be out again. and I suffered live days and nlght. Now Under this new scheme if "there's know, Mr. F. F. Blankcnship and son tion of Danderine, you can not find a heard of one getting licked. note tho difference. single trace of dandruff or falling " I will always praise the ' Prescription' Of a swell female society rake a wee wife waiting" she receives visited the homefolks. "If a doctor makes a mistake he Whose mother-n-layour scalp will not itch, but would underMrs. Rebecca Pettun, who has ecn hair and to any expectant woman for cnimpliut In each month direct from Uncle Sam litnlis and nausea. It makes woieeti stout what will please you most will be af- buries it, and people dasscnt say anyquite ill, is convalescing. take you see thing. and ies extra strength .vul prepare $15 a month, which is virtually an Mr. John Williams, of Lancmter, ter a, few weeks' use, when Jo prove that her seventh husband's them for motherhood. I know It has no addition to the fighting man's wage has been visiting his son, Mr. lich- - new hair, fine and downy at first sister's niece ixjual." Mia. Ctimiv Lam. "When, the editor makes a mistake yes but really new hair growing Has stated in a printed piece and brings his total compensation ard Williams. there is big swearing and a big fuss, That she has a son who has a friend all over the scalp. DanMr. John M. Cress, THE RED CROSS ON A FIELD OF up to $48 a month while he is in the ville, was here Monday. of near A little Danderine immediately rout if the doctor makes a mistake Who knows when the war is going United States and to $54.fi0 abroad. WHITE to end Mr. Edgar Holtzclaw, of H.mil-to- doubles the beauty of your hair. No there is a funeral, cut flowers and If there is one child with the wife, O., is with the homefolks hre. difference how dull, faded, brittle and perfect silence. The following is Irom the pen of WARD OFF COLDS scraggy, just moisten a cloth with Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Miss Frances Ogilvie, of Princeton, the allowance is $25 a month; two Virginia, arc visiting Thorntc, of Danderine and carefully draw it "A doctor can use a word a yard WITH VIN HEPATICA her pacnts, children, $32.50, and so on up to the through your hair, taking one small long without anybody knowing what this State, who is a niece of Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cummins. There arc so many bad colds, sa point where with a wife and six chil a time. The effect is imme- it is, but if an editor uses one he has much sore throat and pneumonia The R. F. D. penny pickers were strand at C. Hays, of this city: dren Uncle Sam pays $50 a month in kept busy during the cold we.ther diate and amazing your hair will to spell now. The atmosphere i3 full of germs. Alone in n dugout, Over There, it. making change as there are no pen- bo light, fluffy and wavy, and have A bad cold is bad enough, sore throat cash to the family. Out in a front line trench goes to see another is worse, and pneumonia often means lus"If a doctor an abundance; an incomparable It may not be enough to support nies in the .community. tre, softness and luxuriance, the man's wife, he charges for it, but if death. Now in the heat of the battle's fray, A revival was begun nt the them, even with what the enlisted beauty und shimmer of true hair a editor goes he gets a charge of church Sunday. Put yourself on guard right now Side by side with the French. Mesdames McGrann and Spi'gel, health. against these ailments by giving Again in a shell hole, yawning wide man can send home out of his wages, buckshot. Get a small bottle of Knowlton's your system a thorough cleansing and but it is nt least a recognition cf of Nicholasville, have returned lome Only a soldier's fate "Any old college can make a doc- toning up with Vin Hepatica, the Danderine from any drug store or Uncle Sam's responsibility and a bul after attending the burial of heir toilet counter, and prove that your While over tho stretch of No Man's tor, but a editor has to be born. great universal system purifier and Mr. Newton Gill. wark against dependence on charity. brother. Mr. Joe Gill, of Nicholasville. was hair is as pretty and soft as any tonic. There is no better preventive Land Cass County (Mo.) Leader. Allowances are also provided for called here to the burial of his bro- that it has been neglected or injur against disease than a thoroughly Was chanted the Hymn of Hate. ed by careless treatment. A small healthy, purified system cleansed dependent parents, $10 a month for ther, Newton Gill. AH night long jn the driving sleet Trade in live or freshly killed hens with rich, red blood coursing through Services at the Baptist churchSun-da- y trial bottle will double the beauty of each, and for brothers, sisters and 14-- 1 your hair. Manning the guns for you or pullets anywhere in the United the veins. Vm Hepatica is natures and Sunday night. grandchildren, $5 a month for each, Mr. Newton Gill died at hisnomc All day long in tho snow or rain States is forbidden after February own remedy for cleansing and toning For the Red, the White, and the with the proviso that in any case the here Friday afternoon at five oclock rial in the Preachersville burying 23 in an order issued by the F,ood up tbc entire system and enriching the blood. It sets the lazy liver to government will not pay to tho de- after an illness of several .veeks ground. Deceased was an upright Blue. hopes thus to work, flushes the kidneys, makes the pendents of any man more than $50. from a complication of disease.. Mr. citizen, a kind and indulgent father, Administration, which There in the ruins of a Belgian town Gill was 58 years old and a speaking evil of increase egg production. bowels act freely. It's truly a wonNo mawkish prudery entered into of the Christian church. He nvmber truthful and honest, i surHomeless and destitute derful prescription. Come and get a none, attending strictly to his own the drnfting of these provisions; by vived by his wife and eight clildrcn affairs and while moving in the James Akin and George Schram, bottle now. Lincoln Pharmacy, StanCalling its mother, a Belgian child, 14-acknowledging his illegitimate child all grown excepting one. Affcr fu- humblest walks of life was a gentle- partners in a horseshoeing establish- ford. The mother whoso lips are mute. neral services Sunday mornint at 11 man. The writer can truthfully say ment at Hillsville, Pa., in one day She .who was slain in a nightly raid a soldier may secure .fpr, it the full o'clock at the Baptist church fty Rev. ho never knew- - tc harder working, man from 6 a. m. until 6 p. m. put 211 Since the beginning of the war. governmental allowanca, the only J. M. Robinson, a large concourse of or one who seemed to more shoes on horses brought to their, Great Britain has piled up a national As a Bochc's bullet fell. af- sorrowing friends witnessed the bu- enjoy being busy all the time. shop. debt of $30,000,000.000. Where is the father? Where indeed? provision being that if it is born ter December 31, 1917, it must be But God in His mercy can tell. Is there none to answer the plea for born in the United States. So in the case of a wife, there need to be no aid? ALLEN HEIATT, Astt. Manager JOHN S. VAN WINKLE JESSE W. OVERSTREET, Ant. Mgr. legal marriage if there is proof that Secretary People's Tobacco Warehouse Walnut Street Warehouse To hear the cry in the night? There is something yes, and the sign they have lived together as man and wife for two years prior to enlistis this ment. The Cross of Red on a Field of Uncle Sam also sees to it that his IVIiitc. soldiers do not throw all the burden Over the battle field, bullet torn of caring for dependents on his Borne by those who dare Showing the wounded that God still broad shoulders, by making it compulsory for each who has left a wife reigns, to pay over to them There are those at home who care. or child behind through the treasury at least $15 a Shall that soldier boy on the Flanmonth and as much more as will ders front equal the allowances which Uncle Fighting your fight for you iHKiUDBBBFvSYnYSBRIslefVBBBBBBBKflRfSj T Sam makes up to half a man's pay. j iii it tf i Sx wPhumESKhBvSv ip vIabvSi Suffer the pangs of the freezing cold Thus for the matt in service abroad While the Red, the White, and the who has left a wife and child behind, Blue the man will have to assign to them Waves o'er a nation of loyal hearts at least $19.80 a month to which the With hands that long to do. We must work for the soldiers Over government will add $25, making a r i7ApTT3wPjitsHiMsBBsnsnBMssnKJMii HseeBnsnsnsnsnsi Kie tf.-total of $41.80 which they are sure There, to receive. Work with our hands and heart, The old pension system is wiped Bj jBjBjBjBjBjBjBjBjBjBjBjeeBjejtfe rBeBSneneBSjiwBafci ihsMsaeiSI There is knitting and sewing that out by the new and far more equitmust be done able system of compensation for And that is the woman's part. part for the men who can- death and disability. There's a This compensation differs from not go that provided in any other law. It To help the boy who can, For there's mercy and love in the takes the family as the unit that is serving the nation, not the individheart of him ual man. It bases the compensation Who gives to his fellow man. on the size of the family from time Will you work? Will you give, Oh, to time. While a totally disabled America? Will you help in the cause of bachelor get only $30 a month, the man with a wife and four children Right? Will you sacrifice that the emblem will get $75. Twenty dollars is added if a nurse is required; $10 more live? if there is a dependent widowed moThe Cros3 of Red on a Field of ther; but if he loses both hands or White. both feet, becomes" totally blind or he gets $100 a Tho Nutionnl Executive Commit- helplessly We will hold auctioa sales every day, excepting Saturday and holidays from now on. You can rest assured that party, in an- month as long as he may live whethtee of the Socialist Danville will be the highest market in this section, as we are the closest market to the largest and mannouncing its peace programme, sup- er he is married or not. ufacturing plants in the world. Our accommodations for both man and beast are as good as the best. The Ioom he dies from injuries or disease If ports the Bolshevik peace proposileaf floor plan is the best and only way of marketing tobacco to injure the highest dollar to the grower. These tions, and in an address to President received in line of duty, the widow, facts have been demonstrated in Virginia, North and South Carolina, where they have been selling tobacco on widowed mother reWilson and members of Congress children and ceive sums ranging from $20 to $75 this plan for the past fifty years. Drive your wagon to the Danville market. You will always find some one to calls upon the Administration at Washington to join in the discussions a month, according to size of family. attend to your wants, and welcome you. During the sale we will do our very best te get you the, highest market between the Central Powers and the No distinction is made between a priprice for your tobacco. All the large factory buyers are on hand at each sale. We have experienced men in all Bolshevik! and attempt to gut other vate und the highest officer. departments to look after your interests, including two of the. finest auctioneers in this or any other state. Our Entente Allies to join. In addition every man may takfc charges for selling tobacco will be the same as last year. The fact that everything else has increased makes no out insurance up to $10,000 at the The search of tho files of Swift & actual cost of furnishing such insurdifference here. The warehouses do not buy tobacco except on sale at auction. We do a strictly commission Company by tho Federal Trade Comance in peace times the entire nabusiness. Free stables and no rejection fee. Appreciating your past patronage, we hope you will see your way mission was halted, when attorneys clear to bring us your tobacco, guaranteeing you the highest market prices, absolutely accurate weights and an for Henry Veeder, general counsl tion through tho treasury bears tho for tho Chicago packing firm obtain- war risk. This insurance is wisely , all around square deal. ed a supersedeas from the United safeguarded to protect it from Circuit Court of Appeals. The States shyster lawyers and loan result is that search of tho vault will March 1, when sharps. bo delayed until after three Judges of tho Appellate Court vjll review the case. Fire destroyed the big warehouse loading platform of tho Adams ExSince John L. Sullivan's death, "Col. Corn," his favorite horse, has press Co. in Louisville. Two PennsIncorporated dropped dead, a bull dog that was ylvania baggago cars, loaded with given him years ago, has crossed ov- freight, und soveral passenger coucher, while two collio dogs and a cow, es were damaged, causing u loss of Jn which ho took great prido, have $100,000. ceased to exist. Kmmplng in the Our SoIdler Strong war and I iloll-r.i- u- 111 rnnmsm you 17-- M art 11 d, bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbP-.bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb- H n ten-dn- y 1 w n, . JCeth-odi- st lt thor-ough- ly ' i Jf i! 7" Prices Still Running High re-dryi- On theJ Danville Breaks. Averages Still Soaring and the Growers Are Highly Pleased bed-ridd- cred-itor- s, Peoples Tobacco Warehouse Co. I. M. DUNN; President DANVILLE, KENTUCKY The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, K1DDS STORE The thaw here was accompanied by so little rain that streams wore not out of banks. Growers have succeeded in gottiri" nearlv all the tobacco to marknt and satisfactory prices gotten by nil. There has rnrely or never boon so big per cent, of corn in the finhl nt thi date. Mnny farmers linvo been loth to ndvancc wnges at nil pronor tlonately with the two. three--, four five hundred per cent, higher murket rates for their products, and took what has nrovrd a losing chance of 2he Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been cheaper help. The oldest farmer novel1 knew n more unnropitlous year for in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of maturity of corn. The enrlv freeze? and has been made under his per- have destroved vitality of the grnjn supervision since its Infancy. sonal as never before nnd the nrudent will Allow no one to deceive vou in this. not dofcr selection of his seed ears All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are but and test of vitality of ever" enr nlanting. The old standnrd of a Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of sound cob nnd h".nvv ear will rntnil Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. 'Msappolnfment and los nt never before. Test every ear. Write Kxtiorj. ment Station at Lexngton for inCastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, structions if puzzled to devise nlan. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains We grangers are too lax in seekin,? nid of our scientists, nrofiting by neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its their demonstrations. The farmer, age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has the hygicnist, the sanitarian are the been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, great' Human Trinity, the greatest Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising benefactors. Fnrmimr deserves to be out nt the top of fhc list of scientitherefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids Rest seeds nre of fic benefactors. the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural slesp. importance, indisnens-nhle- . paramount The Children's PanaceaThe Mother's Friend. Every accessory to agriculture mav be the best soil, weather nnd culture but lacking nrood seeds good crops are impossible. Indeed whv don't wc select nnd save nil fnrm end garden seeds? Big seed men who pBears the Signature of advertise in exaggerated catalogs contrnct with growers at round rate5 and if we knew specimens from whifh our packets were derived, wc would decline them as a gift. Didn't you sav something about r dog law? Such has long been one of nur obsessions. The matrnetisni at Frankfort is malignant. The job of lawmaking, even nt half the present per diem is a nlum of such palntab''-iucincs(and perquisites) n Kind You Have Always Little Olivers of nearlv all THE CRHTAUR COMfANV, NgW VOHK CITY. Put the dog is sueh a factor. Vher" is a land lord without a dog or r pack of 'cm? Auv legislation restrictive of dogs is hazaidous. Dogs, a" dogs, nre a nuisance, a curse to KenIn Germany, according to the latAT THE COUNTRY'S CALL tucky. Exterminate them and their est advices, the strike situation has I ain't J)ut Seventy fine an' fit! hen i the young 'uns cousin, more fox. Aa lnmb or a current about died out, although discontent Can run a race with the that pack of worth yit: is said still to exist. This feeling has curs. Conserve food by killing th Run my furrow, an' hoe my row, extended even to the German troops An' my j'ints don't ache when it's dogs. A housewife had assembled nnd in Flanders, who are said to have comin' snow; nacked 13 pounds of choice, 40c bit incited Belgian workmen to strike. An' this being thiswise, an' that ter to be shipped to a citv friend so. Seeming evidence that the peace ne- I Dogs left the carton, in which !L wc can figh't as I fit in the Long Ago. k gotiations at are end- When I follcred "Stonewall" an' ol' packed, but nary greasy snot .Tes of that five and twentv ed for the moment or that they are "Bob" Lee. she soliloquized any housekeep I knowed that the war was what proceeding without the attendance 'Cause or knows. up to me! of some of the chief delegates of the Between here nnd ITusfonvi'lp my gun!" is what I sav: me were two near tragedies which make Teutonic Allies is the fact that con- "Givegoin' off to the war today!" "I'm every mention creep the ferences took place in Berlin Mon- That's what I say an' I'm mcanin' Four flesh our bovsatstopned on grade of it, too, day between the German Emperor approach to bridge at Hustonvllle te up and Crown Prince and the Bulgarian For it's heln to me an' it's up to you a coon driver and auto out of to see the country thru'! null ditch. 'When thev centered their For to the n Premier, Count Czernin, the Oh, I'm tellin' you people, there's car and started it skidded off abut Foreign Minister and work to do! ment. turned turtle on bank "below Turkish Grand Vizier. That knotty An' I want no place in a rockin' smithering top nnd bed' tjf machine chair questions are to.be solved if possible a scratch on a passenger or While the boys are fightin' Over without trine which nulled the righted wreck is also indicated by the fact that afThere! mile north is a ter the conference the Emperor pre- Whan even the Women would fall in in the hospital. A of almost a rif,,f bridge in a cruve line sided over a Crown Council. angle along a bluff. A driver with The prosnect's good an' the fightin' two passenccrs negotiated that curv The first Louisville coal dealer to Only 's fine! I've got to say: at such snecd he manifestly lost this word be arrested by Federal authorities "It's' off to the war for me today!" nerve or he came confused, losing a tree on and on a complaint of overcharging is It. Til git in somehow! You're never old control bluff, crashed into fliver with wrecking his bank of Tway, who was taken before Unit- When the country's strong right hand little more than worht scare of their C. you hold! ed States Commissioner Craft, and the men. The escape seems lives vou know there are foes to simnlytomiraculous. was al- When fight an kill released on $300 bond. Tway Dan Riffe is n sparkling eight-yea- r ready" under bond of $1,500 under An the country's Trust is in you old, of our north suburb, known by charges of having failed to mal remnnv of you, from many angles a Then your pulse beats quick, an' it s prodigy. Dan is 99 per cent, human, ports of coal received, prices, etc. you rise. up by spasmodic e fire in your flash-i- awaking distressed bed covers off With the croup he flung the eyes! me out o here, I gotta with It's the Country calls, an' you can t pray." "lem improvement wns attriHis deny to his prayer in efficacy of To answer: "Here! for to live or buted his faith is implicit Wen askwhich die!" he nrayed during a later attack It's a fight for the country! Hooray! ed if he nonchalantly answered: 'No, I Hooray! wasn't bad enough." I'm goin' ofr to the war today! Mysterious burning of a fine barn BOTH BLUE GRASS Chickens, which have heretofore months ago. involving loss of a team mules, much provender and maevaded the tax laws, are now on the of AND KNOB FARMS Out of thirty-on- n chinery was disclosed by betrayal of tax books of the State. guard one the thieves counties reporting to the State whileofhis companionwho stood chickLet me know by letter or card and stole the I will come and list and sell your Tax Commission, chickens have been1 ens. Matches were used instead of farm for you. I have a lot of Pros- I'sted at value amounting to counties flash light, and the fire carelessly The same thirty-on- e pective Buyers now and it is no fire started arid inextinguishable for me to sell your farm for report the sheep value at $1,080,-57- Thev fled beyond glare and watched trouble whicli is $000,000 less than the the destruction. The confession va farms anywhere withyou. Will list value of all of the sheep in the State meant an accusation in resentment in SO miles of Waynesburg. l.'.st year as given in for assessment. supposedly without realization of inchicken din- former's equal quilt. Those The labor problem the nation is ners will bo things of the past now alarmingly acute andofintensified by the sale of poultry has been re that WAYNESBURG, KY. enlistments and draft. Never as now stricted the vast army of vt'grants should be driven into ranks of producers. If the Alverson vagrant law, which was praised at passage doesn't meet present exigencies amend and enforce. Dogs, vagrants and rats invite immediate extermination. And while our censors are conserving print by prescribing pages of daily issues, let them convert our .cheapest and best into an octavo dally with fage lhree Children Cry for Fletchtr's CAP.RANZA'S DEFIANCE resident Cnrranzn, of Mexico, mi not realize it, hut under existing cir jmstnnrefl, when he sends "your mfi Jsty," the Hun kaiser, "my most coilial congratulations," and his "best wishes for your pe; onnl happiness and that of your au ist family, as well as for the pro-pty of this great, friendly nation" (G rninny), he is plnying with fire. v obody can doubt Carranza's in sending that message to Beri es ei 1 Could Not Eat or Sleep Made Well By PERUNA Ave., SprinKllcld, Ohio, Mr. Wllllnm 13. Denny, 1023 In mo-ti- ZVyy was not sent so much to felici-ta- t the kaiser and compliment Ger-m- a y as to slap nt President Wilson am insult the United States. I ubodv' is fooled by his subtlety; plain the intent nnd purpose it arc as clear of understanding as why twi a there any doubt thnt intrigue prompted the message. ( irranza, perhaps better than any one else in the world, knows what a gre t debt of gratitude he and the owe the United Me lean people 1 lin. Just-as-go- bo-fe- re o jr two make is fourl Gcr-m- writing n you nnd thanking you for what has already dono for mo. I have been troubled with catarrh for years, and It hud affected my head, nose, throat and stomach, that I could net eat nor sleep with any satisfaction. "I have Just taken three bottles. I can eat most anything nnd am greatly relieved of nervousness, so that when I lie down I can sleep without tho Satisfaction BMBSjBWPBBMNUiSaSmM least trouble. I recommend it to all those who uru sufferers of that dreadThose who object to liquid mediful disease, catarrh." cines can procuro Pcruna Tablets. "I find great plensuro writes: Pari; Catarrh For Years Can Now Eat and Sleep To My i cat INI What is CASTOR1A Stu es. ( GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS &L&$fffl&u The arranzn knows as well as anyone car know that he owes his tenure in 'he Mexican presidency to the United Str es; that it was the United States an this country alone, that did most to ring order out of chaos at a time wh n Carranza knew not from one dn to the next what moment be wo Id be subjected to the fnte of Malcro! t nd now for that he bites the hand tha helped him. I e skirted the brink of an open declaration of hostility as near as he dar d. u I ow, let him take warning, c just a little more and the mai clous patience and tolerance of Pre ident Wilson and the American nco Ie will snap! Atlanta Constitu nc-ca- VOLUNTEERS WANTED Are you a skilled worker? Your country needs you today, more than it needs soldiers. Only ships, ships, and more ships can win the war. Only you and you and moro of you can give the Government the ships it must have. The fate of our soldiers in Europe is in vour hands; they must have atMaasBBHBSMBeBBKsjiaBaaBBBBBa supplies, and only oti can end them supplies. Enroll with the Shipyards Volunteers and help your Count! y over this crisis. Standard wnges, pleasant working conditions. Go to the enrollment station nnd ask for information. The Interior Journal $l.f0 a year. Just' Received! A car of buggies. Let us show you before buying. We guarani i tion In Use For Over 30 Years V fell "Armed"! ft tee to please you. ::: s Bought test-rrr.ke- L T. Pence, Jr0? "7"... Stanford St ii"' 0J. J ii UUUIi BBmiBiBBmBmwKwtmmtaBmaammBimKBmmmrmmmsaBiJurjzijuuwwuw - For Sheep We are headquarters for all kinds of Pig-Chow be-i- n' Brest-Litovs- wn-the- re R U.i Austro-Hungaria- there is no time to Waste When company comes h f no chances to taken so mother es rjhat there is al-a- Try our Dairy Feed for your stock ewes; it is for the hog; unexcelled. We have for the cow; Fatina for your feeding cattle, in fact, feed for all stock. Try some and be convinced. Cow-chow F urina Feed T. W. JONES-Pho- ne No. .lLliflwagacc'Kaigagc ys 1 aNcan of SALUMET GflKiSS POWDER oi hand. Cakes, pies, cough nuts, muffins and (dl good things to eat must be dressed up in iur casarwMwrs mesaEBssassswsm taae Daiterv Station their best taste and old-tim- n' Want200Farms To Sell looks. Then, too, her reputation as a ccok must and she be upheld "stakes" it on Calumet a'trytime. She wows it will not disappoint her. Order a can and have tbe "company" Kind of baking ( very duy. Installed Batteries Frozen and Old Batteries Made New. Also sell New Come In and See Us $007,-7fiG.3- Calumet contains only such ingredients as have bien approved officially by the U. S. Food Authorities. You save xhta you bay it. You aae wh;a you use it. 3, Monroe Thompson Think About This Don't Play Blind Man's Buff When Buying Life Insurance pu-p- er Mo,t every one around here has been vaccinated for smallpox, but there is not but one case here. Hr. Arnold Sims, who has the small-pois getting along nicely. Mr. Herbert Estes, who has been working1 on the railroad is at home this week-Mi- ss Nancy McKinney, of Mt. attended meeting here Saturday anil Sunday. Mr. Sam Estes, of this place, has been called to Stanford to be examined for tho army. x Sa-e- Siilll NEW SALEM The Danville Da1 tKji!sfsyr WOT.1M DANVILLE, KENTUCKY L. B. CONN, Prop. 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We publish the formula of Vinol to prove the statements we make about it. Cod Liver and Baef Peptones, Iron and xf Maogaoeie Peptooates, Iron and Am monlum Citrate, Lime aadBoda Glycerophosphates, Cascarin. t the contract. s in Lincoln County than all othor ComMore panies combined and not a dissatisfied one among them. Let me show you the terms of the most liberal policy you haye ever Been. policy-holder- R. M. Newland Headquarters for All Kinds of Insurance V'' v1 Any doctor will tell you that the Ingredients of Vinol as published above, combine the very elements needed to make strength. All weak, overworked nervous men and women may prove this at our expense. There is nothing like Vinol to restore strength and vitality to feeble old people, delicate children and all persons who need more strength. Try it. If you are not entirely satisfied, we will return your money without question; that proves our 'alrness and your protection, Tka Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky, run-down, tes burying ground this afternoon. She leaves a father, mother, two brothers and one sister to niourn her loss. Our hearts go out to them in their Hours of bereavement. guaranteed prompt delivery, any how til! wu nave oecn put uuck in u leni-peiat- Sunday. Mrs. Sarah McGuffey, who has been ill for some time is ablo to bo out again. Mrs. Belle Sims, who has been ill for some time, is better. Sims is working at Mr. Wesley Carthage', O. Misses Beuluh and Flossie Estes came over to attend the burial of their cousin. Miss Deelvia Smith. Mr Vinril Estes. of this place, has been called for the service of Uncle Sum. Miss Beelvin Smith died at her home Sunduy morning. The deceased had been ill for some time. Tho bodv will be laid to rest in the Ki and relatives. Mrs. Lettlc Lucas spent last Saturday with her daughter, Mrs. Clarence I'ruitt, ut South Fork. Mr. Clint Cnrrier, .of this place, has moved near McKinney. Mr and Mrs. Oatlv Stnpp visited tho family of Mr. Mat Leeper la&t Mrs. Lizzie Smith, of Mt. Salem, was hero this week visiting friends Worn Tires In this time of high cost of living, why not economize. Bring us your old tire it with the famous and let us Half-SolHalf-Solso it will run longer Gates than a new one 3,500 miles without a puncture. Ask the man who is using one. We do all kinds of Vulcanizing. Send us your work and it wiil be done right. e e The International Rubber Sales Company J. B. Williams, Mgr. G. H. MASTERS, ::::::: Danville, Kentucky Local Agent, Stanford, Ky. o zone. "T '',, ,,sr Page Four The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, February 15, 1918 THE INTERIOR JOURIAL Intereet Bearing Assets ui E. C. Wattoa and J. M. Wrfcht "jnttrtS at (At potTcjHv at tnorrf, V. ifcond dim moil malltr. Collegian Clothes ctriQ m Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Ky. U. S. Liberty Loan Bonds, 4s $22,250.00 869. 7'8 War Saving Stamps, 4s U. S. Certificates of Indebtedness 4s 0.000.00 United States Bonds, 2s 87,500.00 2,500.00 United States Bonds, 3s Lincoln County Turnpike Bds. 4s... 3,000.00 Lincoln County Court House Bds. 1 1 4s . 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 Loans and Discounts 356,975.16 The celebration hr the republicans of Lincoln Day by ban-- , quet in Louisville is much bcttir described as n desecration of th day. Underneath n thin veneer of iatrio-tisa mass of disloyalty was ippar- cnt nnd nearly every speaker show ed that the roal'objcct of the father-ini- r was to boost tho ronublicnnnartv and lny the ground work for th' elec tion or Congressmen this fall aid tnc President next time. They al pre tended that they wanted to whii Berlin", but their actions and their words made it plainer that they Wint to whip the democrats. Comparisons were made between Lincoln nnl Wil son, largely to the disparagement of the latter, who was roundly ibtised for not putting republicans n the most important offices. One f the wenkers said he was for Wilsm, as there was no one else to be fo nnd he was none other than the mm who pardoned the Goebel assassins. vVhcn the name of Roosevelt was meition-cin one of the speeches the cither because of enthusiasm or wine, arose to their I'eit and shouted themselves hoarse, like a lot of ignoramuses, although Rooievelt is the most potent agent of the Kaiser in America and gives uttoraicc to sentiments that would cause r less prominent man to be tried for trea son. The whole thing was a ver' disgraceful afTair, considering the fact that we are in war and that pitrio-tisand not partisanship shouli d s, m DESECRATING LINCOLN AY Munsing Wear !&t in Gents' est Wear. We will give you now these great goods at the same old price NOT are the world's great-leade- rs H !! l!i A SALE PRICE but the price you have always paid for - minute merchanup-to-t- he dise. i Total : 696,887.3 7 m nxirn CO is.iNii.ri NEXT TO COURT HOUSE STANFORD, KY. Thelejr'.dature adjourned Friday till tomorrow, Monday being heatless day : ml to Hv legal holiday, because Abraham Lincoln was born on the 12th of February. It is not known why holiday was taken on Saturday unless the sol ns wanted to rest from ' ' jrs. Already 350 thei tr-in'- bill have been introduced in the house and 250 in the senate, many of them for buncombe, which will never be heard of again. The New York Stock Exchange quotes Liberty bonds at $95.80. The government should not permit it. thony amendment to the constitution providing for woman suffrage and urging favorable action on it bj congress. The old Romans used ti say that the times change nnd vc are changed by them and the actim of the committee is proof of it. The last National convention endorsed woman suffrage, but said it mu3t be adopted by the separate action of states, the Democratic way. ""resident Wilson changed front or tho question and now the committee falls in behind him, by a vote of 28 fcr the amendment, 14 against and six states not recorded. The Hon. Billy Klair, of Lexington, is heading a movement to get the legislature to speed up and adjourn by March 1. This is good of Billy, but he is gnawing a file. The Kaiser and all his armies could not get that body to adjourn before the constitutional limit, which is JInrch 20, though if it would it would save the taxpayers $1,500 a day and cause a shout of gladness to revei borate from the Big Bandy to Mills 1'oint. But legislatures are not built that way. They use up all the time I'loted and then sot the clock back. The National Democratic Committee has approved of the Susan I. An- We are showing many of the new styles in the world's greatest shoe, the "Walk-Over.- " Underwear for the en! I tire family. Clothing for all. An line of ladies' and gents' Furnishing Goods. up-to-da- te 'WearSTYLE 97 DASCCC 1317 w 111 mm mm SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY I Wednesday, reb. 20th Beginning at 10:00 a. m., I will sell to the highest and Dent bidder, ac my place, the Forestus Reid farm, 2 miles from Stanford on the Hustonville pike 1-- 2 A number of the ewes have lambs at side; others to lamb soon. Bucks are subject to register Will also sell 300 barrels of good picked corn TERMS TO BE MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE 160 Fine Ewes ? 6 Good Bucks Under the new revenue law chickens are taxed and a dispatch from says the state will'ieceive S30.000 from this new sjuicc of revenue. By the way, Brer Hoover has ordered that on and after Feb. 28 'hero shall be no trading in live or freshly killed hens and pullets. Tlv object is to increase the ecr- - produc tion and permit them to be put in cold storage this spring and summer at reasonable prices. May be ; ool idea, but it U pretty tough or those who have a tooth for icken. Frr-nkfor- t MAIN STREET IDLENESS NOT TOLERATED County Judge T. A. Rice, County Attorney T. J. Hill. Jr., Sheriff H. C. his deputies, Marshal Baughman, Geo. T. Wood and Judge Davison are to be commended on their move to put a stop to idleness in and around Stanford. On Wednesday morning a list of those who "toil not neither do they spin," was obtained and warrants issued for some of them on the eharcro of vairrancv. Allen Hill and Jeff Bryant, colored, were among the number, and each gave bond for his appearance at circuit court. Jordan Hill, father of the former, went his bond and Bryant put up the cash. Other arrests will follow from time to time and the idler who has no visible' means of support will cither have to go to work or get out of Stanford. Farmers and others arc complaining that it is almost impossible to get work ddno, notwithstanding big prices are ofTered. With 30 to 40 per cent, of last year's corn still in the shock and hemn ready to break, the farmers are facing a condition which can only be relieved by making a certain class work, and this class should and will be made to get busy. , COUNTIES IN NEIGHBORING William Daughcrty is dead in Casey county, after a lingering illness. Middesboro is planning a street railway. Cincinnati capital is said to be assured. Mrs. Sam Eames died at her home in the Brookstown section of Madi son, aged 77. James Roe Cox, one of the oldest and best men in Garrard county, is dead. He was 89 years old. Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, formerly of Lancaster, is dead in New York, where she had lived for some time. Edwin P. Morrow, of Somerset, STANFORD, KY. MARRIAGES. William McKinley Hundley obtained license Thursday to marry Miss. Inez Williams, also of Kings MounMr. and Mrs. W. D. Nave, of Shakcrtown, have announced the engagement of their sister, Miss Edna Lipps, of Hustonville, to Mr. II. II. Patton, of Princeton, W. Va. The marriage will take place in New York ihis evening. Misr Lipps is a daughter of the Into Mr. D. M. Lipps who for a number of yeai'3 was a resident of this county, moving from here to Hustonville. She is an attractive girl with charming personality and remembered by many girlhood friends in this county. Mr. Hat-to- n is u prominent merchant of Princeton and one of its leading public spirited citir.ens. Miss Lipps has been with friends in the East for several weeks and Mr. Hatton has j;one on for the wedding. They will return in a few weeks to Princeton . to make their home. HaiTodsburg-DemocratMiss Lipps is remembered by many Lincoln county people, who knew her when she lived at tain. c1. MgjgfgsesMB F, CAIN, Stanford Col, John Dinwiddie. B. Auctioneer u Nat B. Sewe'I, inspector and ex aminer, threw a firebrand into the Legislature the other day by replying to its demand for information as to the wastes in the various departments by saying that the members themselves, were the greatest money waster, as in the 22 days, they had been in session only a short time on 10 days, making not exceeding 3ri hours of sorvice for which they had drawn an average of $7.35 an hour or equal to $f8.4 for a day of eight hours. A number of members hopped to their feet and denounced th light of the official to criticize the august body and several crew red in the face in characterizing the report as an outrage, since most of the members wore serving the state Former Governor Folk, of Missouri, who lost out politically in that State and secured a pfuce at Wash ington through the influence of Wil liam Jennings Bryan, who supporter he was, has lost his job, Director of Railroads McAdoo having abolished the sinecure and other Viselcss snaps. It is given out that Mr. Folk resigned, but his case is like the Irishman, who gets mad and quits when his employee took his name oft" the payroll. Folk cut quite a dash in politics some years ago, but ho soon dropped out and became what is known as "u dead duck." Some fellow, who probably had nothing more important to do, has introduced a bill in the Kentucky. Legislature to combinn tlm nfnrT nt circuit clerk and master commissioner. The Interior Journal is against the bill for a number of reasons, the greatest of which is it gives circuit clerk too much power, as well as too much work. It would be just as well to combine tho county nnd ci'cuit clerk offices, or the sheriff and county judge. As the master commissioner only gets a per cent, on the sales he makes nnd costs neither the State nor the county anything, wo see no good reason for combining his office with that of tho circuit clerk, which would be to literally nbolish tho office of master Gon. Pershing recommends that the extra pay for aviation, because if is extra hazardous be stickcn out, as it is not near as hazardous as trench service. He claims that the improvement in flying machines by war ne cessities has made aviation one of the safest branches of the service but it will take a great deal of proof to convince us and the most of those who have thought differently that with so many chances against him r man is as safe in a flying machine as on the ground or in it. m has been engaged to defend Deputy U. S. Marshal Eubank who killed a merchant named Ringo at Mt. Sterling. at a great sacrifice, claim is which latter of course poppycock as most of the members never got as much as $10 a day and mileage to and from the capital before in their lives. The tempest in n teanot rages fiercely till Gov. Stanley issued a statement that he would not have permitted the report to have been presented had Mr. Sewell submitted it to him. He also took ocrision to suy that the members were paid a sum grossly inadequate and that their right to adjourn at will is a constitutional privilege. All the same Mrs. Louis Landram, the accomMr. Sewell deserves credit for cull- plished wife ing public attention to the dilatory the Danville of the former editor of Messenger, methods of tlio legislature which tho position of social has accepted editor of tho of stirring the Danville will have the effect Advocate. It is needless to boilv to better action. Mr. Sewell isl state that she will more than make doing great good to the stnte in good. Her husband showing up the waste of tho peo- ill, which is a sad continues tovery thought his ple's money by their (fliclals and in many friends all over the State. many cases making them disgorge?. The whisky seller and the vugrant Keep it up, old man, the voters ar have a rough road beforo them if with you. they persist in their devilment They had better choose between getting If you nre a vagrant or a whisky away und getting busy. It matters not which. seller, you'd better more on. After months of absence on account of special treatment for a congresional Republican malady, Floor Leader Mann is back on the job. He was not missed, however, except it took one from the list of Republicans who call attention to themselves by criticizing the administraThe state tuberculosis commission tion. Mann is one of tho smallest and is asking the Legislature for an inmeanest of thorn all. creased appropriation and it is to be hoped that it will be granted. The Carranza sent a most gushing meshoard has done remarkable work with sage of congratulations to the Kaiser what was given it by the last asScm on the occasion of his brithday anniblv and with more money it will be versary. A fellow feeling makes us able to carry out the excellent plana wondrous kind and the Mexican chief for more efficient fight against the realizes that not much more plague than it has been able to make safe in his job he is the bloody butchthan By all means grant the incm-sothat er of Germany. To hades with both man's most insatiate enemy may be the beasts. combatted in every way. made it a business It is an ill wind that blows nobody to The solon whohamper the railroads offer bills to good. The snow that covered the is conspicuously absent from this sesground for two months left tho wheat sion of the legislature. Since the govin splendid condition and farmers all ernment has taken them over, his ocover tho Stato arc encouraged over cupation has gone glimmering. the prospect of a fine crop. There is fortunately, it seems, a compensaIf you want to secure a good piction for ali of our ills, even in the ture of Gen. Grant, manage to get worst and longest cold spell that liv- hold of a $1P,000 bill. Tho likeness ing man has ever experienced, during of him on it is said to be very naturwhich the mercury went below .zero al. twelve times. Garrard county officers are going Senator Hitchcock is the lust sena- after the vagrants, having taken the torial jackass to bray at the presi- cue from Lnicoln's efficient ofiicials dent, but as he until recently oppos- Better late than never, however. ed the ncreaso of tho army and did WORST WINTER IN YEARS other things in the interest of the Snow, wind and extreme cold causKaiser, he does not count as much us the other men who are throwing mud ed more colds this winter than in at the president. His effort is doubt- years, Foley's Honey and Tar proved less to obtain a little notoriety as he its worth in thousands of homes. is of tho class that has to do some- Mrs. Edward Strevy, R. 37, Clinton. O., says: "I think Foley's Honey ,and thing foolish to be noticed at all. Tar is the only medicine for coughs Eld. D. W. Scott, pastor of tho and colds nnd recommend it highly," Christian church at Somerset, has Fine for children. Sold Everywhere. been admitted to the Pulaski county Secretary Daniels, has appointed a bnr. Eld. Scott says he docs notfex- to become an active member, Christian Scientist a chaplain in the Eect that he appreciates tho fellow- navy and ihere is much adverse comship of the legal lights. ment. . 1 The Mountain Echo, pub'ished al London since the memory of man limneth not to the contrary, has been discontinued, or rather absrvbed by the bentineli another l'epunlican paper, When Editor A. R. Dyche had the Echo its reverberations could be "nrd far and near, but in later, days it had not been so well taken care of. May be the owner of the Sentinel, who also owned the Echo, had method in his madness when he let the Echo slowly peter out. J. S. Mullins, of Winchester, wa3 elected president and Reuben Crdp-peof Lexington, secretary, Thomas Paul, of Paris, treasurer of the State jailers' association at a metting held this week in Frankfort. The first man accepted in the drive for volunteers for shipbuilders by the Federal Gov ernment was Dr. T. L. Gamblin, a physician of Buniside, according to ihe United States War Department. June Hansford won in the jailer's contest in Pulaski count yover John Brent Vaught, who ran as" an independent. Hansford vbeat him nearly 3,000 votes but Vaught contested on the ground that the former did not hie his certificate of nomination with the county clerk not less than 15 days before the election. r, coast-to-coast Fire broke out in the cast wing of the main building at Vassar College, 1 oughkeepsie, N. Y., did $300,000 damage, nnd for a long time threatened to destroy the entire building. An aerial mail service between, Washington and New York will probably be established during the coming summer. A special postage rate will be charged. , Public Sale -- Having sold my farm and decided to go to Illinois, I will sell at public auction at the place, on the Chestnut Ridge road, 3 miles South of Ottenhcim, near Milton Warren's Store, on Monday, Feb. 25, 1918 Commencing promptly at 10 o'clock a. m., the following described property: Fifty barrels of good white seed com; 50 bushels of Irish potatoes; 1 new sewing machine; 1 good work mare, 8 years old; 1 oxcellent work horse, 10 years old; - extra good milk cow, 5 years old; 2 good heifers; 1 wagon: 1 spring .wagon; 1 good buggy; 1 wheat drill, good as new; 1 good mowing machine; 1 hay rake; 1 wheat binder; 1 e plow, 3 good cultivators; 1 good harrow; 2 corn shelters; 2 good log chains; 2 good sets of wagon harness; 1 set of buggy harness, and all kinds of small tools, 20 shocks of good fodder, and also all of my 1two-hors- e two-hors- Household and Kitchen Furniture and many other things too numerous to mention. Terms made known on day of sale. This sale will take place rain "or shine. Come one! Come all! -- M. Three Miles South of H. JOHNSON, Auctioneer JOHN GETHA Ottenhelra-'- . '' ' ','.,. - ,. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, February 15, 1918 Page Five Secretary M'Adoo has earnestly requested all banks to set apart for the present about one per cent of its gross resources per week to be invested in "Treasurer Certificates of Indebtedness of the U. S." bearing 4 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 now offers its services to purchase for its custo- This Corn Will Peel Right Off! "Gets-It- " "DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER Will II. Havs. of Indiana, was ! Makes Corns Come Off The "Banana-Peel- " Way I Why hftvo to Hop on tho floor, tho Knueezo yourself up llko oyes letter draw .", nnd Jvltli bulging your fnco up Into n. wrinkly knot whllo you gougo and pull nt tho "quick" of a tender corn? That's dected chairman of the republican ntionnl committee at the mooting t St. Louis. .P.tnnrrn ainrlrvnrA nmnlnvnn fnlil jhc wngc arbitration bonrd of their oor pny and tho rosultnnt suffering Several women occupied the witness stand. William D. Hnywood, secretary i .id treasurer of the I. W. W . wis i leased on bond of $5,000 by Fcdor-;- l Judge Lnndis. Hnvwood. with 105 ether members of the organization, war indicted by n Federal grand jury 0 i n chargo of conspiracy. 3fof ,.if mi,'"li'istmnnt of p,.i,i ttii i slewing tin wtr work, Samuel Gomper3 yesterday t Id the Senate Commerce Commit-t- i o. He said thnt ho believed the standardization of wages a necessity. 1 Will You Know Wkre To Find Us? mssxrfzsMi:, KXSSSZXSiOXSSSKmmWlSgSMK i. 'I'lnd - k. We will move next week to our new location N-W- v sjc y -- J fEvKKKBKi mers and the public the said certificates, .and later the bonds. 2 or 3 Drops Applied in a Thercs no Funin-- or Cutting. "GeU-Il- " Always Works! tho old, savage way. "Gets-It- " J "'"-r'Intpcf pttersr,ro bv press of England rnd France. 'Th f'lndimcntnl hsne bofwec" GWmnnv and the Entente A1';ps." the Pall Mall Gn7otte de'l"re "ws 4 a ttte .C Few Seconds tjon to vlise I li'ver more clonrly defined." n 'nc-c- of paHie" Opnosi- -' like- -' i orner Main and spot Streets The First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Hnydcn was in Lexington Wednesday. Rice G. Woods, of Paint Lick, was here on business Monday. Dr. C. B. Creech, of Midd'eburg, was here on business Thursday. Mrs. Pus? Englcmnn is quite sick at her home on Hustonville avenue. Little Joseph C. Badgctt has been the guest of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Dishon. Mr. George W. Pullinm, of Lexing ton, was in the citv ednesday. He paid this office a call. Mrs. Kecne vLutes underwent an operation at the hospital yesterday afternoon. Advocate. Mr. .1. M. Mnrtin, who hatf been very sick with tonsilitis and grip, .is somewhat improved. Mrs. Liillie- Dillion and children, of Crab Orchard, were guests of Mr Leo nnfl . J. G. Weatherford is here today from Hustonville ming ling with his many friends. W. J. Yager is back from Martins ville, Ind., considerably improved He was there for rheumatism. 0. Z. Reynolds, son and daughter. of Ash Fork, Arizona, are visiting relatives in the Southern End. Mr. R. E McRobcrts. of T.anea-o- i was hero Thursday with his hrnther. Stanford's excellent postmaster. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bruce went ' to Richmond Wednesday to see her mother. Mrs. G. B. Turlev, who is ill Col. J. E. Farris, of Danville, has arrived to spend the balance 01 tlie Keporter winter. Orlando, Star. Howard Newlnnd, Walter Single-tnand Dr. D. B. Southard motored to Louisville yesterday and will return todav. Miss Lconn Wallm, one of the pop ular and efficient "hello" girls ot the local exchange, is ill at her home on Cedar Creek. Judge J. Boyle Stone, of Liberty, was, in the city Wednesday. He was , accompanied by Mrs. Frank Napier, for whom he is attorney. Lancaster's G. B. Swinebroad, hustline- real estate man. was here Tuesday night returning from Louisville, where he had been on business. Mr. J. Nevin Carter and family have moved to their farm in tlic West End. Their departure from Stnnford is the source of general regret. Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Tcvis have returned from Florida. Mr. Texis was in the city Wednesday, looking much better than he did when he was last in Stanford. Judge J. II. Bustle, of Crab Orchard, was in the city today, He told this paper that he had sold his stock of groceries, etc., to Carl King, who will continue the business at the old stand. Dr. E. J. Brown and Prcscott Brown went to Louisville Monday. The latter went from Louisville to Columbus, O., to take training for the aviation department of army ff' fo TT.l WtlL-incn-n ' - - TZ honorable discharge. John L. Tanner, of McKinnev. is back from a, proscerting trin to Howard. Perry county. He was hero this morning and told this paper that the 0. & C. railroad is now nuttine down it3 double track through McKinney. Nows was received here that a hnr.dome little son hid arrived nt he home of Mr and Mrs. II. I.. Gardner, of Fort Yvnc, Ind Ho h'is h"en named .Tamos Rennet" Gnrdnor Tre mother was formerly Miss Edith . Elkin. of Atl""tn H"nd last niirht to snond a few days flth hor nices, Mias"s Jennie ar,d Charlotte Warren. Tim uinri'in rm swfor. wont to LaiKostor to see Miss Jennie Duncan, who fll a few davs ago and severely hurt heiself. James G. MoBce, who nrmmnnn-'eMrs. McBeo to Washington, where she has n pood position n the war dnrartment, has returned home. He will wlmPun his affairs hero and return to Washington Citv. where ho has secured a job in n stool concern, M's Marv Louise D"atherago entertained very informally with n si o'cock dinner Monday iwoninc i" honor of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Y Cnrson, of Stanford. A delicto .is dinner was served and greatly cniov-ebv tho guests. In this homo noted for Us hosptiality. Richmond Register. W. R. Todd, who had charge of our High School, Is now holding a nosition in the auditors denartment of the Rock Island Railroad Co.. nt Chicago, of which Hon. J. M. a member of President Taft's cabinet, is president. Mr. Dickinson is a near relative and close friend of Mr. Todd's wife. Mr. Todd is at present in chargo of the preparation tliA ntlmailil .Infn fov Tntftt. n Commission Commerce State most imnortant trust and one worth M"s. W. S. lu-- r d d Dick-inson. tho modern, painless, slmplo way. of J.ean over and put two dropsyour on the corn, put acts-It- " stocking nnd shoo right on again, and forget the corn. I'aln Is cased. "Gets-It- " has revolutionized tho treatment of corns. It never Irritates tho true Mesh. You'll stop limping on tho sldo of your shoe, and do away with greasy salves, bundling bandages, thick plasters nnd painful methods. Uso "Gcts-ItIt's common sense. by "Gets-Tt- " is sold all druggists Mrs. T. J. Hill, Jr.. is quite sick. (you need pay no moro than 2r cents), or It will bo sent direct by Mike Penny is confined to his homo fc uo., cnicaeo, in. 13. by illness. June Givcns went to .Tellico this Sold in Stanford and recommendmorning for a brief visit. ed as the world's best corn remedy Miss Minnie Woods was with by The Penny Drug Store. Paint Lick friends Thursday. Mrs. Frank Phillips spent ThursT P'curn Gooi tun of x' ' "i day with her mother in Garrard. Mrs. J. M Goo4 continueBa'-lo- u E. T. Pence, Jr., and Dexter .' '"r--lv friends an spent Thursday in Lexington. .vh lb'-uTPts fiH"" his condition. Mrs. W. P. Kincaid has returned has I ren ill, was able to n i from a visit to friends at Winchester. town Saturday for the firt time in Mashal S. M. Brown ond W. H weeks. Lair, of Hustonville, are in the city today. VITH THE CHURCHES Dr. A. S. Prico was here from At tho Methodist worV- - ?n fh shaking hands with Lancaster today, courthouse, the pastor win friends. acMr and Mrs. .Tosiah Bishop, of the "Father and Son" cording to agreement, at 10:45. Sun-dr.- v Danville, have been visiting LancasSchool at 9 :30. ter relatives. Recular so '1001 if xo Mr. D. S. Rifle orders his I. J "nndnv c'h'intr"d from Junction City to Jack- church Sunday mn'"!"' li" Ah" vn school at 9'Ao. Preachir' sonville. Fla. Wis subMrs. Marv Warren, who suffered r tor. Dr. M. D. Early, at 11. naralytie stroke last Monday, con- ject is: "Preaching of Presbvterinn Churfh. vot. tinues quite ill. School at 9:4t5: M""n'"n" or, , Mr". Willinm Morebnd. of v daughter vice 11. Fntlier ard Son Hi v. C is the euest of her nt 0:30. Union service at 7 o'Hock Mrs. W. C Shnnk. .I.I.a.h I... 17 n. TTrtv. llf Cashier W. M. Bright of the Lin T'ransvlvania University. "Ymo nii'i coln County National Bank, is de '"r.r Dr. Carpenter on Fathers and tained at h's homo bv illness. Misse3 Lena and Mary D. Bel Sons. Sunday PcVion' Christian Chu'-ohave returned from a delightful v's 10 o'clock. R. M. Blnekprly Sui-- i ir to friondf at Harlan ind Corbi". th-dny in th" order Mrs J M. Rnnkin, who Ins been Tncre'ise is theSunday of ' th-r, chool. Last wr 3f weei-sif. so'"0 sKk for the nast two more thnn the pveyiai Trk T "f what better, her many friends will the good work "Corn'nto know. be ormon nnd Lord's Sooner. 1 Jesse C Lvnn loft Thnrsdnv morn irfV Tn kren'ni' v'th 'h iroirri m to take i 'n" for Newoort News, sub-ieSon" Week position with I R. BenJoy. who Ki of "Father and Certain linn the b'' an will be "A n contract there. Son" C' tinu Endeavor I'.'O P Mrs. Forestus Reid, of Danville M. Rev. Homer Carpen of Trnnsand her dnnihtor. Mrs. Pobt. Hor. vlvnnia who is to deliver" hc uddivss cotf wore the guests of Mrs. Mattie t Hie Presbyterian churr:i .it sevop Withers Wednesday. briefly nt this Louis- - o'clock, will' sneak Mrs. R. B. Woods will go to meeting. Mr. Carpenter's lor.g asso Ule todav to visit her sister, Mrs. wore Pent Altsheler. pnd see for the first ciation with the kndoavoi in whnt-cve-otrKentucky insures interest time her nephew. Brent Altsheler. Jr. he may say nnd Stanford people Col. Thomns D. Marcum. of gladly hear him. came by from Louisville, will where he had been on business, and MRS. BROWN SELLS HER HOME snent several divs with his daughter, sold her Mrs. Priscilla Brown Mrs. E. C. Walton. at public McKinney, home at MorelandHubblo, theauction Mrs. K. L. Tanner, of popuThursday. S. E. been ill for Jhe past three waeka. lar traveling salesman, wa3 the buyer K. Her daughters. Mesdames W. nnd he paid $2,500. She sold a lot Shuears. of Casev. and II. C. Nun- - of household and kitchen furniture 11v of Winchester, have been at the same day and it brought good her bedside. prices. Mrs. Brown, who is 80 years of Lehenon old. will leave Monday for Yuma, Mrs. J. S. Cordier Junction, broutrht her little son Arizona, to make her home with her to Dr. Carpenter to be treat- son, W. B. Cloyd, who came here ed for rheumatism. Thev Inve re- her several weeks ago. Mr. Cloyd lor ir turned home and the little fellow was n former resident of this county and jrrently improved. we are glad to say that he has done Mr. Snm Goldstein, of"1 Now Bed- well in his western home. ford. Mass.. hip hoen here the guet of Mr. and Mrs. Pirn Robinson. Mr NO MORE MEATLESS MONDAYS Goldstein has been in army service Fuel Administrator Garfield has for some time but has been given an called off the heatless Mondays, the ", 1 n: f la ofrciu's T"o tm'lrd L"on over the mvrteriou.s caue of doh of a white wn foi'nd on the IMinni Central Rvlrond Company's ri near Eddvville stntion T'"' ' jur' returnnd " the man had come to his death at the hands of persons unknown. The mir. as W. T. (Turner) wa,i identified ro'-oner'- s 13 indorsed. Our plan is to move Thursday, February 21st Fox. The Seni'te Military Committee has concluded an inquiry into the vjsr machinery of the nation with the stibmisrion of confidentirl infer mniion regarding shipping focilit , ll- by Secretary Baker. President t.on has called a conference of Sor-at- e leaders to plan a Ight on billfOJ a War Council and Director of -- mJ " pj ja re S& g"3 j sky n nH SJ til K Ipnitions. &wvffAraBsaEgagjsargsstraTS HIE LATEST WAR NLWS In the Champagne region. .iul'-American battel les, which gae tin French "very effective suppott," l T & Now is tho time t- "aim Orclnrd, Lawn and - vi r liMuh, 15iiti.h. SeM-rlint-- . n . i i i ,i'i n i"il Rol-g- ia 1$. d'w" Our lare descriptive of reliable Fruit and Shd? Tress, Small FruiW, Evcrgreenn, Graves, Soed Po. tatoes, Strnwberri',8, Acparaitis Etc., if free upon inquiry. Wo hnvo NO AGENTS. Write 5h-ub- . to-da- ri'-stio- H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONf Lcxitigton, Ky. CENT-A-WOR- D Jc-"s.- ADS wo- - ' Ads li re an' 1 rrm wijh uriW: no ail ln ""VANTED-A-First-class ttia.. 2Sc each tach iiMir. cash iui'. Din-viljp- bfack-smit- h Pii-nant- ard voodworkev. Write Oliver lp J. Smith, Kings Mountain, Ky. second-han- CREAiM SEPARATORS See J. S. d. New and Mobley . S-- lpF cor-tinn- - -- V. pairs of broke mules now ready for who plow. Phone 3001 Danville. 14tf. J. IORsXlE A good stallion, sevold. Will sejl at a bargain if en soM at once. Geo. 'W. Richardson, 12 -- Son, McKinney. FOR SATE Phone 120-- rhave feVtalc10 or British. Behind the lines in Italy, captured and organized Ger- Austrian Htid Germans are playingr man trenches southwest of tne Butu-d- the roles of vandals, using violence Mesnil. Tho German official com- ngainst the natives and pillgiijr munications adm;t the loos. Unofficial their homes. Ship tonnage sunk by submariuea dispatches still indicate that in German and Austrian official circles in 191 7 wag nearly three times as there is much distrust of the Bolshe- great as the total production of thu vik leaders in Russia, and that prep- United States and England. Three airmen were killed at Hicfcg arations are made to block any Field, Tex. One of the vieitms v on the east front. nTiie"i-oGen. Peyton .March, newly Chairman Hurley, of the Shippiin-Board- , the son of Chief of Stuff. appointed has notified Assistant General Ms. linger Bowles, of the Emergen.. CARD OF THAN1CS Fleet Corporation, that it may bo We are very grateful indeed to thu necssary to cancel the American inCorporation's contract many people who helped us during ternational for building the Government ship- our (ire and the interest mapifeiteu yard under construction at Hog Is- sinw. Mrs. J. L. Uoltzclaw and famland, Pa. Investigation of the con- ily. struction of the plant wa ordeied by COMING IN MARCH President Wilson with a view to n optoJ. J. Byrne, the criminal prosecutions if the facts reveal more than reckless expenditure metrist and optician, will maks hi usual spring trip to the Interior Jourof Government money. 1 Though Germans continue to rush nal territory in March. to the Western After deliberating for nly fifteen front there is no indication when will be- minutes the court-molfensive tial at Parte gui'i-of trersou gin. French autlioiities. now estimnt found Bolo Uh there are 2,:;i(),000 men facing li ind b" vms si'iitcm cd i sur-p.."t rid h:ic M i "H.i niu'lc ly the , r well-know- -U . at Pas-h- - ct S( wrset, Ky. 1 1 summer at Dudderar's Mill. This t i.e is a warning to all. J. D. Nave, Dud iernr's Mill. 1 NO fishing allowed this spring or TRAIN TO FILL GOVERNMENT AND BUSINESS POSITIONS tor the j f uo- - Al. youi.g rr.er. and running, perfect stitching, C ill Ed Oaks. Stanford. Phone 147 W. ei-v Whv not SEWING MACHINES tet you a good machine? The Singe . SCrSOOIL. SPBNC3H1AN COMMSRCIAL KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE, SPEEO PUIL'JIMa (Keith cf tbs Post Ottix yours '"o'n.'i J" 'c,ls ot idvonccmeni stiould wr.t Catalot-- e and Booklet of the FOR SALE A "nice three-year-o- ld iixxsmxjummmuazaamr& TTT 'is jack. Would cell for cash or trade 8 for other stock. D. M. Anderson, g p Stanford, Ky. R. F. D. 4. FURNfrURE. 'Maingsrbrugget Rug. Wall Paper, Lace Curtains Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Picfures and Stoves. W. A. Trihhie 28tf Star ford. 10-4Fe uncie 5am wains n r . R a) Ed-wr- -- weather and railroad conditions having so greatly improved. He reserves the right, however, to put the order again in force before the period expires if bad weather brings another breakdown in railroad trans portation. ten-wee- ha, baled and 25 per ton. On Geo. Evans, farm near Crab On Ivrti. S.Jo'n ilutchins on the farm. MONEY TO LOAN $1,000 and up on improved farm lands in Lincoln county. 5 per cent. Rufo t Asliurst, Somerset, Ky. " The Helm home and lot on Danville avenue. House in goo condition and desirable locution. Immediate possession See or -7-- tf FOR" SALE Miliett kii ' pe- - me Ivlnvp innnpv mrarn; mnrP mnnPM will help win-- , the war; therefore feed your hens Purina Scratch and Purina Chowder, and do your "bit." ATnrp pio"c 10-8- Wa Ho Higgins, . Stanford 1 NT I'OR-RE- KraivvTOffl2HansseR'aiK5SJsi 1 nho-ie'JLJ- . Mnrtin. family with two or more hands to hnndle a tobacco and corn crop. House, teams and tool furnished. See me at once. Ray Ball, 13 2t Stanford. R. F. D. No. 4. I have for sale 12.) tons SILAGE The Interior Journal $1.50 a year. of good quality corn sihgc Good shelter and good attention. Will be fed as desired. Phone, write or call on Hnrtwcll ShsHik. at Lincoln County National Bank, Stan V, " MeRoberts. A 2-- tf ANTED k 1 rst-clns- s, Genuine .j" Oliver Plows and Repairs CRAB Notice! Having sold my interest in the Lincoln Pharmacy to Mr. J. W. Acey, we kindly ask our customers who are indebted to us to call and settle, their accounts as soon as possible. Respectfully, at Roscoe Blakemore Frankfort, Ky., is eligible for parole Manh (i, 1918. Ills age 21. His home is at Crab Orchard and he wants some good man to take him and give him work for six months. Mrs. Annie Blakemore. 1007 West Walnut p Street. Louisville, Kv. My spring goods GENTLEMEN are arriving and you are cordially in vited to ca in and see tliem. Am prepared to make your suit, pant3 or overcoat of tho best material and 13-41 ford. Ky. NOTICE l-- tt WF ORCHARD, KENTUCKY wKKNMHKMKtffi&MW RAZORS Try one of our Shumate Razors. It i guaranteed to give good service for life. Wo have a large tock to from, and at popular prices. ct lutcst stylo at a very reasonable C. firice. Come in and look. II. 14-- 1 Tailor. " I want to BUSINESS CHANCES hear from people who would invest in a growing business, ihis is no scheme or mining proposition. Cnn use a number of competent people later. Sample of product and naviculars free. Arthur F. Smith, Court Reporter, Springfield, Mo., Box 294. i'i-- Cremo Dairy Feed 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 100 lb, sacks. ii Tkc Penny Drug Store E. R. Coleman, Prop. Stanford, Ky. Phone No. 2 Lincoln Pharmacy J. W. Acey A. J. Borders Mr. Farmer, "you IMPORTANT going to bo mighty busy with arc your plowing when tho ground thawi up. You had better, right away, se E. T. Pence, Jr., or II. C. Anderson tn Proprietors ily bestowed. about tho Twentieth Century Farm Horse, or you may not get your or der in in time to get one. Investigate 10-this right away. tl J.H. Baughman & Co. IMOOkPOBATID Vfy .i rfc'?y JCT" Page Six ! 1 he Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, NO MORE CATARRH YOU COOK YOUR FOOD WHY M YOUR TOBACCO YOU know what broiling to steak, baking to a potato and toasting to bread In each case flavor is brought out by cooking by "toasting." So you can imagine how toasting improves the 'flavor of the Burley tobacco used in the Lucky Strike Cigarette. mJL HUSTONVILLE Alger Weddlo and Roger Hicks were in Danville last week. L.F. Steele, the telephone magnate, hnd a nnrrow cccnpc from a very serious accident one day last week, ns he wns returning from His car skidded and ran into a wire fence and he hnd to secure tjc aid of a number of mules to get baik into the road. Llndsey Rcathcrford, of Danville, has been at home with his parents, n few days. Miss Allio Stagg has returned home nftcr a visit to her sister in Dai-vlll- c. IT'S TOASTED lfctlfi? Jam fS ft fMCTVSII-lff- l Y" Azy'Jnjrtzyt cuxicer N30KPOnATKD. TO SING FOR THE SAMMIES To receive word that his third child, a daughter, the only one who was not in the nation's service, has been callod, is the experience of G. A. C. Rochester, 1230 Fifteenth avenue north. Mr. Rochester was informed in a telegram from New York recently that his daughter, Mary Louise, has been appointed to the Most of our farmers have hauled their tobacco to market and have re- ceived good prices for it. Mr. J. II. Boone's many friends will be glad to know that after a long spell ot pneumonia, he is able to be ford, were here Sunday. N. C. Hicks and son, Rogers Hicks and Alger Weddlo motored to Lexington Tuesday. R. L. Berry lost a fine jennet during the cold weather. Miss Elizabeth Newell is staying with Miss Josephine Dunn during ihe cold weather and attending school. Mrs. Luke Carpenter is improving after a servere attack of measles. Gilmore Burton has moved to the farm of B. W. Leigh, on the Middle-bur- g pike, purchased of S, P. Stephenson. John Gann has moved to where Mr. Burton moved from and Mr. Pruitt, the telephone lineman, has moved to where Mr. Gann lived. The Standard Oil wagon, driven by Tom Bell, of Millcdgeville, had a very narrow escape Wednesday evening while going over the Rolling Fork Mr. Bell attempted to go down on the slick ice on the west side with breaks and when ho got at the bottom of the knob his wagon began to sup auout nmi linaiiy lanacu against a fence post, half way turned over. The drilling at the oil well on the Blain farm is progressing nicely. Mrs. Jones, of Willow Grove church, who has been confined to her bod for quite a while, is getting better. Josiah Bishop, of Danville, has been here attending to some business matters, before going to visit his children in the West. I. J I don't like to be behind on my old home paper," writes Mrs. Richard Miss M. S. Logan. S. M. Owens received n hard fall last week. Taylor Thomas is at home with lis parents from New Castle, Pa. E. V. Carson and wife, the Crescent Height Stock farm, near More-lanhave rented the Weatherford Hotel and will take charge the first of March. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Traylor, of Stan- Charles Montgomery and Dallas of Liberty, were recent visiters in our city. R. M. Cross, the oil man of Winchester, wns here last week looking after the wells on the Blain farm. He is still very much pleased with the outlook, J. G. Weatherford has moved back from Stanford, into the rooms of Rule, Louisville. d, A Quaranteed Treatment That Hat Stood The Tett Of Time Catarrh cures come and catarrh cures go, but Hyomcl continues to heal catarrh and abolish its disgusting symptoms wherever civilzation exists. Every year the already enormous snles of this really scientific treatment for catarrh grow greater, and the present year should show records broken. If you breathe Hyomei daily ns directed it will end your catarrh, or it won't cost you a cent. If you have a hard rubber Hyomei inhaler somewhere around the house, get it out and start it at once to forever rid yourself of catarrh. The Penny Drug Store, or any other good druggist will sell you a bot(liquid), start to tle of Hyomei breathe it and notice how quickly it clears out the air passages and makes the entire head feel line. Hyomei used regularly will end catarrh, coughs, colds, bronchitis or asthma. A complete outfit, including a hard rubber pocket inhaler and bottle of Hyomei, costs but little. No stomach dosing; just breathe it. It kills the germs, soothes and heals the 14-- 1 inflamed membrane. LOOK Bargains I WE KNOW not only Bargains but a rare opportunity to make money. Opportunity does not knock ot your door every day. To know when to take advantage of an opportunity and ACT spells SUCCESS. Land is the safest investment in the world and is just as sure to go higher as you exist 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? There is no stock, bonds or anything else that will beat investing in land and surely nothing safer. READ and ACT. Delays arc dangerous. These bargains cannot stay on tho market long r.t these prices. And tholonger you wait to make an investment the more you will have to pay. Get in on the ground floor before it is everlastingly too late. Those who tell you to wait and land will be cheaper are still living in the "Summer of '61" and are simply not posted on the affairs of the present day. No. 270 Eight acres of land all in grass except garden. Four room cottage. Good small barn and all other necessary outbuildings. Cistern at door and splendid well. Good orchard, buildings in good repair as well as fencing. Close to schools and churches and in the suburbs nf good town. Price only $1,800. Will consider a trade for a larger pl"ce and pay the d'eroncc. No. 27- 1- Vbout 190 acres of land situnted in ho western par4 of the county. Tiob land. A sm part cleared an-- ' balance in tirnl Some good timb"'1 ri tho place .r i .uts of 11 I'l-'- These over. you will say, that they are each one Ss After you read them PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS Surveying and Leveling Be sure your title is good. Let me survey your land purchase for you, and make certain. Will go anywhere M. C. Newland, Stanford CAPT. AM BOURNE UCTIONEER, The high dollar LANCASTER, KY. time and at lowest price; sales cried anywhere. Phone 364A Lancaster at my expense at your sale all the 9 J. M. REYNOLDS UNDERTAKER, We WAYNESBURG. -- carry a large and complete stock of Caskets, Robes etc at all times. ; Phone: Farmers' line Nq. - Woodstock line No. - CONTRACTING ' "I enclose $1.50 for my WHAT THEY ARE SAYING See B. L. FAGALY for Contracting md Building of any sort Houses, Barns, Etc. Stanford. Kentucky. Dr. J. G. Carpenter Stanford, Kentucky. Office in Lincoln County National Bank Building. Diseases of the eye, noso, throat. ear, Pelvic, Rectal Genito-Urinary, vicinity. The weather has been so cold that news has been quite scarce in this MT. MORIAH American committee of the Y. M. C. out again. Boone bought of Mr. Fred Charles A. to take charge of the entertaina shouts at $20. ment of the soldiers at the Unitod Conn M. bounch ofhouse burned, with J. States army headquarters in France, the most Hiatt's contents a few days of its In her message notifying her father of the appointment, Miss Rochester ago. Mr. Fred Conn celebrated his asked her father's permission to acbirthday, the first of February, by cept and he responded immediately setting a good dinner and inviting statins she could go when needed. his neighbors and relatives. Many Miss Rochester is now in New went and came away feeling it was York studying music. She is with her good to have been there. mother, who will return to this city Measles nave about subsided m soon after her daughter's departure, this community. some time the middle of Februaiy. Miss Rochester has spent the last A TEXAS WONDER three years studying music in the The Texas Wonder cures kidney East, and has become known for her and bladder troubles, dissolves gravwork in concert and as an accompan- el, cures diabetes, weak and lame ist. She has studied in Furore also. backs, rheumatism, and all irregular She last sang in this city during the ities of the kidneys and summer of 1917, which she spent with both men and women. bladder in Regulates her parents at their home heic. bladder troubles in Two brothers of Miss Roeh"st.r sold by vour druggist,children. If not will be arc serving in France. Junius is with mail on receipt of 31.00. Onesent by bottle the aviation corps and has been at is two months' treatment, and selthe front since last October. The dom fails to perfect a cure. Send for younger brother, Alfred, is with the W. engineers and has only recently ar- worn testimonials. Dr. E.Louis, Hall, 2926 Olive Street, St. Mo. rived at the front, Sold by druggists. Seattle, Wash. INVESTIGATE, UNCLE SAM There aio a number of loafers, white and colored, betwen the ages of 31 and 50 in Stanford who do nothing but loaf. Can't Uncle able-bodie- d Sam use 'em somewhere? of livestock. The Kentucky Pure Bred Livestock at a meeting at Hotel Henry Watterson adopted resolutions pledging loyal support to the United States and advocating increased production and improvement of all kinds Association n Plow! Plow! Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at to March 1919, and has some 9:00 a. and 1:30 p. m. verj kind words to suy about the I. Bundles and in. Packages Carried at ti . Low Charges Mrs. J. W. Price, of MiddlesLoro, O. L- - MINKS. Ptoorietor says: "I am enclosing a cheek for $1.50 for another year's subscription to the Interior Journal. We en T. joy reading the paper very much. Mrs. Lime lirent, writing to have DENTIST her paper changed to Mini6r, 111,, Myers House Flats Stanford, Ky. says: "Please be sure and make-'thchange right away, as I do not want Phone: Office 240( Res. 16S to miss a copy of my dear old home ingly. We would not think of doing without the good paper, especially since it is under the old management once more. We have had the hardest winter I have every seen in Kansas. Kind regards to everybody in Lincoln county," writes E. D. Lewis, who moved to the Yates Cen ter section of the grasshopper State some 12 or 15 years ago. "I notice the label on my paper reads Jan. 1918, and for fear I miss a copy of the 'cheapest and best' I hapten to enclose my check for $1.50," writes Cashier A. M. Hiatt, of the Citizens Bank of Brodhead. "Enclosed please find a my check for $1.50 covering my subscription to the "cheapest and best,'" writes Sam Joe Burch from Boligee, Ala. Mr. J. G. McBee, who with his wif' went to Washington City some ten days ago, sends the I. J. a pic ture of the government printing office with the taunting words, "this is the kind of printing offices we have here " Dr. A. II. Baugh, of Hustonville, forwards a check for $3 for his'pa-pe- r for my Interior. Credit Bibb from Nashville. Mrs. Bibb lived in this county until the death of her husband a number of years ago. P. M. Vest writes from Humphrey, Casey county, to send his I. J. to Yosemite, R. F. D. No. 1, and says thai Congressman Harvey Helm got the rural route for the people of his section and that they are all very proud of it. "I am enclosing my cheek for $3 me accord- and Skin. es Eyes Scientificly tested and glassprescribed. CONSULTATION and SURGERY lights, $175.00; 35 lights $250.00 GO lights, $300.00 GRAY ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANTS 60 Lights 60 We guarantee them, so you are protected against any suspicion of their weakness. Strongest and absolute! best, and within reach of all farmers 25. m m m W. K. WARNER Phone 188 Stanford, Ky, VACCINATE I am prepared to vaccinate for Anthrax, Black Leg, and all othor tock diseases. JOHN COOK, Veterinarian, Phone 204. Stanford. Kj Auto Bus Between Daily Except Sunday Danville and Stanford watered and fenced and splendid dirt. Price $150 per acre and terms right. No. 27G Nice cottage of five rooms, halls and porches. Small barn and all other necessary outbuildings. The place has three acres of land. On a good street in Stanford, concrete walks and price $2,250 and terms easy. A good home for somebody at the right figure. No. 277 A nice three story brick hotel of 48 rooms and each room is an outside room. Heated by steam, water works in house and electric lights in each room. Also a barber shop in building and two Large livery barn of 30 stalls. Also nice garage with concrete floor. This located tho Property is good town right is in cora and a ner lot about 190x190 and there is still room on this lot facing street for another small building. Will sell this property at the right figure and give easy terms or will trade for a farm and pay the difference. The . whole property rents for $1,500 store-room- s. per-year- - id when cleaned. Al oid1 '"id per re.! acre and ' a 'i ' bal- down ance in or.' pay yon t" i p' buy i' it and go .t it is "lee. .. while you .money. sure to m cinall farm of ."0 acres, Zl i0. small lnu?n , etc. Part cleared and in cultivation iid balance in timber. Close to - 1 and church and in good neiWhood. All lays well. Price onl' '00. This is the opportunity for he small innvestor to get a good home. No. 27." A good little farm of 48 acres. Five room house, small barn etc. AVcll tered, in good neighborhood, clo"? to .xchool and church and price only $1,200. Terms 2 down and balance in 1 and 2 years. No. 274- - -- A neat little home in Stanford. Small cottage of four rooms, two porches, etc. Small barn, coal house, etc. All in good repair. Price only $1,200. Terms 2 down and balance in one and two years. No. 275 Nice farm of fine blue grass land of 103 acres situated about five miles from Stanford on the best pike in the county. A splendid dwelling, large barn, etc. Well good toba-',- i so well w i ' . 1-1--- 4 W. PENNINGTON. e paper." the I. 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. 1 -2 J. another year, saying that DENTIST she cannot do without it. Rooms Lincoln Bank Building Phone 214 STANFORD. KY. OTTENHEIM Mr. A. Abt is on the sick list. Mr. John Wentzel had his store closed Monday afternoon on account of "heatless" Monday. Mrs. Otto Ensslin slipped on the I can get you highest prices for your ice Saturday and sustained a painful land, stock, crops or household goods. injury, but not serious. Sales Cried Anywhe- Miss Annie Carlo, of Louisville, is visiting her father here for several JOHN B. DINWIDD1E. Mor.l.ad. 28-29, Miss Alice Rankin, of Tulsa, Okla., sends money order for a $1.50 for J. B. PERKINS No. 278 154 acres of land of which 75 acres are bottom land, 50 acres timber. An eight room two-stor- y residence, lnrge barn. etc. Nice orchard. Well fenced and watered. Price $32.50 per acre. Terms down nnd balance in 1, 2 and 3 years. No. 279 150 acres of good tobacco and hemp land close to Stanford y on a good pike. Residence of seven rooms, two tenant nouses, two large tobacco barns, etc. Well 1- -3 two-stor- years. land. Price $140 per acre. Terms down and balance in one and two 1- -3 19G-acr- watered and fenced and splendid AUCTIONEERING Agents for Vulcan and Syracuse Walking Plows Riffe Brothers Hustonville, Ky. JJ Sunday. Mr. John Bratcher is moving Mr. Gray Boone's engine to this place, where he will begin to cut wood and food for the farmers. weeks. Mr. and lira. G. Benke wore the guests of Mr. Otto Ensslin Sunday. Mr. Wm. Landgraf went to town Monday on business. Mrs. W. T. White is still sick. Mr. and Mrs. John Irvin, Mrs, C. Tilkie and little daughter, Margaret, were guests of Mrs. Minnie Ensslin mjKk Heights iHHHi Stock Crescent Farm 1BbEi9a (HH No. 280 farm mostly in grass one mile from Stanford on good six room residence, pike. halls, porches, etc. Splendid barn and many outbuildings. Good orchard and fine water. A splendid home for iome one. Price $150 per acre. Terms 2 down and balance to suit. No. 281 A splendid farm of. 15K acres on good pike. Has CO acres of first class bottom land. Located on good pike and close to good town. Large eight room residence, largo barns, etc. Well watered nmi fenced. Price $145 per acre and terms right. We have the best list of farms for sale in Central Kentucky and we know that our prices cannot bo bout. If you want to buy or sell consult us. The above is a list of just a few of tho many places we havo for nale. e Two-stor- y two-stor- y The longest tunnel in the world, Aberdeen-Angu- s fifteen miles in length, is planned. by a Russian railroad to save an 815- - Soutkslowa Sheep, DurocJersey Hogs The best bloodlines is represented in mllo detour. & each of these famous breeds. High-claindividuals for sale at all times. Lindsay T. Crabbe, superintendent of the Marion County dbstillerylis E. V. CARSON R. F. D. No. 8 dead. Stanford, Kentucky w Cattle Hughes & McCarty Office Phone 180 Residence Phones 152 and 184 STANFORD, KENTUCKY. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, GOV. STANLEY URGES ENROLLMENT IN SHIPYARDS The need for shipbuilders in the shipyards of the Government is recognized by Governor Stnnlcy in the Page Sever following letter, written to Edward W. Hincs, chnirman of the State Council of Nntional Defense, Louis ville: "I am very much pleased to know thr.l carpenters, iron workers, electricians and other persons needed in industry, are shipbuilding the Buffalo, X. V. "I an the mother of four childmn, n.ul for nromntlv reiristerinc in the citv of nearly thrco years I .sull'urcd from a female trouble with pains Louisville and in many other places. "l my back and sulu, and n general weakliest. I had pro- The vital need of the hour is shins and more ships and ships without deicssloiiiil attendance) most oi mat time hut ml rot seen: to lay. The enormous, demand upon the get well. As a last resort I decided to try Lydia E. resources of this country is due, in n The Perfect Laxative Pinkham'ri Vegetable Compound which I had seer great measure, to the fact that met. advertised in the newspapers, and in two weeks noticed breadstulTs, wool, wheat and other can not be secured from Australia a marked improvement. I continued its use and am or Argentina on account of the scarnow free from pain and able to do all my houseCorrects Disorder of city of shio and the long distance work." Mrs. 13. li. Zielinska, 20J Weiss Street, which these things must be transport Conges-gestio- n Relieves Buffalo, N. Y. ed in the few vessels that are still nviiilable for this purpose. The reRestores Condihabilitation of our Merchnnt Marino Portland, Ind. "I had a displacement and suffered vHl at once furnish the vitallv needso badly from it at times T could not be on my feet tions. Is Does ed succor to our Allies and. in n at all. I was all run down and so weak I could not measure, relieve pressing demand Gripe. Sold by Druggists Everydo my housework, was nervous and could not He noon the scant supplies of the United down at night. I took treatments irom a physician States. where 50 cents $1.00. but they did not help mc My Aunt recommended "Carpenters, iron workers, elecLvdia K. Pinkhnin' Virrnln.hlH Cnmnound. 1 tried tricians and others, by registering it and now I am strong and well again and do do not subject themselves to anv I my own work and I give Lydia E. Pinkham's A trial bottle can be obtained, free of corppulsorv process. They simplv adCompound the credit." .Mrs. Jos urn ink vise the Government of the number charge, by writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, Kimiile, 1)35 West liaco Street, Portland, Ind. of such men avnilable and enable it 457 Washington St., Monticello, Illinois. to get into closer touch with them. Every Sick Woman Should Try It is the partiotic dutv of every man. who bv ti'ade or training is capable of assisting in this work, to immedi ately complv with this reasonable re nuest. The lives of many brave sol RECORD BREAKING WEATHER riiers may be spared and morale of JOAB AND AMASA We ought to bring peace to the Since December 3, 1917, up till whole armies maintained by the paworld. We shall seek in every way January 29, 1918, we have had 20 triotic effort of the shipbuiders of the United States. to do it. Such an end was achieved snows. "Kentucky's quota of shipbuilders yesterday in a friendly manner with For eight weeks, two months, ico LYDIA E.WNKHAM MEDICINE CO. LYNN. MASS. an enemy which beaten by our arm- and snow have been on the ground is placed at 3,500. It is expected by ies, perceives no reason for fighting and most of the time the ground has the Government that this number will be registered by Monday. Febru longer, extends a hand to us and re been completely covered. ceives our hand. We clasp hands. Ten snows fell within two weeks. ary 18. I trust that every patriotic There has fallen already 54 inches Kentuckian will comply with this The German Kaiser, descanting upon TO BE A WAR BRIDE Military authorities of the United suggestion of the Government before WEDDED SLACKERS WILL peace with the Ukraine. of snow. Miss Esther Cleveland, tho "White States regard the cessation of hosThe thermometer has been below that date. Very trulv. BE FL. ' IN CLASS 1 A. O. STANLEY, Governor. And Joab said to Amasa, Art thou zero ten mornings in January. Unless men of dra'ft age who were House Baby," is to become the war tilities in the east as a doubtful good The thermometer has been below in health, my brother? And Joab married since May 18, 1917, can bride of Captain Alfred Bosanquet, to the Central Powers. Of the 1,500,-00- 0 FROM COAST TO COAST took Amasa by the beard with the zero 17 morning in December and prove that theirs was not a slacker of the British army. Miss Cleveland prisoners, it is pointed out, many January. right hand to kiss him. marriage, they will be placed in Class is 4. The romance began three years The average mimimum tempera- A Remarkable Chain Of Home Testi 1 by local exemption boards, which ago in Switzerland. The two met aro Austrinns, not available for opBut Amasa took no heed to the mony, And Stanford Adds Its sword that was in Joab's hand; po he ture for January is three above zein accordance with instructions from again after Miss Cleveland had gone erations on the western front and smote him therewith in the fifth rib, ro. Voice To The Grand Chorus Washington and an amplified inter- to London, eighteen months ago, to those available are unfit for service This severe weather far surpasses and shed out his bowels to the ground Of Local Praise pretation from Adjt. Gen. J. Tandy do war nursing. A few weeks ago the on account of the hardships they and struck him not again and he the memory of the oldest inhabitant Ellis, will subject all these weddings ciptain was invalided home from the have undergone. What Germany of the county. died.s II Samuel, xx., From north to south, from east to to close scrutiny. Some local boards front and sent to St. Dustan's Home hailed as of great economic value, All winter breaking records will west; already have classified their men in for Blinded Soldiers to have his eye- peace with the Ukraine, also is reSo the Ukraine would better watch now revert to the winter of 1917-1compliance with this instruction, but sight remedied. Miss Cleveland was garded as of little benefit, as it will In cvry city, every community; out. That handclasp is too utterly most of them will resummon all doing volunteer work there. An- he difficult to get out the food supIn every state in the Union Weather experts tell us that ansimilar to the beardclasp of Joab. In Rings out the crateful praise for those who became bridegrooms since nouncement of the engagement fol- plies, owing to the distance. fact, one need not stretch the imagi- other such a "spell of winter" will Doan's Kidney Pills. that date. Registrants must prove lowed. Captain Bosanquet has been with the Distinquished Fuel Administrator Garfield has nation too much in seeing the Kaiser not be experienced for 142 years. 50.000 representative people in ev that they had intended and arranged decorated model his works with the Ukraine Cut this out and paste it in your ery walk of life announced the appointment of C. E. marriage prior to registration ar.d Service Order for gallantry. Reed, of Louisville, as district repreupon the very ingenious device of scrap book for reference 142 years Publicly testify to quick relief and that they did not move up the date Joab. In fact, we shall not have long from now, when your children's lnstinjr results. A negro was burned at the stake sentative for the coal fields in Westof their weddings with a purpose to to' wait ere we hear the outcry of the grandchildren will ask you: "Did you by a mob of 1,000 persons at Estill ern Kentucky. He will serve as the And it's all for tho beneht of fel plead exemption. modern Amasa. But the world will ever see such weather?" Springs, Tenn. The man confessed representative of all individual shiplow sufferers. be busy; and it will be true that Sam Burdette bought 18 mules last to the killing of two white men after pers and mines in that territory. In this errand chorus of local praise THOUGHT THEM TRUTHFUL Amasa will have to wait until other being tortured with hot irons. week, from 15 to 1G hands high, Stanford is well renrcsented. Mr. Lincoln was one day asked: big jobs are attended to. We can but Nelson Elder and Miss Katherine mare mules. He paid from $140 Stanford people many men do you suppose the hope that life will not be quite ex- "How to $210 per head. He sold eight pair The L. & N. depot at Pittsburg Enright, popular young people of Tell of personal experiences. field?" Who can ask for better proof of of mules, to different parties, at from war robbed of a small amount of Richmond, were married at the Cath-oli- o tinct in Joab's victim before the war Confederates have now in the accord"Twelve hundred thousand g300 ot $420 ner pair. Adair News. nionev and some whiskv. church in that citv. is over. Louisville Times,. merit? ing to the best authority," was the Mrs. W. H. Hill, E. Main St., Stan-- . prompt reply. CURE FOR WHAT, LUNACY ? ford, savs: "I am plad to endorse "Good heavens!" exclaimed the in- Doan's Kidney Pills for myself, and Emperor William's personal headquarters are to be transferred to quirer. sir, twelve hundred thous- others in mv familv have been bene"Yes, fited by this medicine. I felt runSpa, the Belgian watering place near You see, all the Prussian frontier, according to and. No doubt of it. get whpped, our down and tired out. had dizzy spells say and headaches, pains and soreness statements in the German press, says generals, when they enemy outnumbered them throe the Exchange Telegraph correspond- the five to one, and I must believe and a dull ache across my back. Another member of the family used ent at Amsterdam. The Emperor ex- or pects to take the cure there for a them. We have four hundred thous- Doan's Kidncv Pills with so much the field, and three times short time, it is said. Louisville and in twelve. Don't you see it?" four benefit I tried them and they soon makes relieved the backache and put my Times. cood shape. " M. Elkin, of Lexington, was kidnevs in Will Price GOc. at all dealers. Don't Let the I. J. supply you with en- "lightly wounded while in action in simplv ask for a kidney remedy graved cards. France. the same tret Doan's Kidney Pills that Mrs. Hill had. 14-- 1 Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Nearly Every Disease Can Be Traced to Constipation DR. CALDWELL'S Nervous Mothers Should Profit by the Experience of These Two Women wv SYRUP PEPSIN Quickly any Intestinal Tract, the and Normal Gentle in Action and the Not and nV 1 1 LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND 0. 8. one-ha- lf Well-know- n Land, Live Stock, Farming Fostor-Milbur- n You Can't Rub It Away: If you aro afflicted with Rheumatism, why waste time with liniments, lotions and other local applications that never did cure Rheumatism, and never will? Do not try to rub tho pain away, for you will never succeed. Try tho sensible plan of rinding tho cause of the pain, and go after that. Remove the cause, and there can bo no pain. You will never be rid o Rheuma Liniments Will Never Cure. is in the Blood Rheumatismuntil you cleanse your blood tism c of. tne germs mac cause me uisuusu. S. S. S. has never had an equal as a blood purifier and scores of sufferers say that it has cleansed their blood of Rheumatism, and removed all traco of the disease from their system. , Get a bottle of S. S. S. at your drug store, and get on tho right treatment If you want special medical advice, you can obtain it free by addressing Medical Director, 23 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga, to-da- y. $6.QO LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNA- L Daily By Mail (NOT SUNDAY) AND children, four daughters and three son3. who are all grown and married, except two daughters. Mrs. Miller is survived by her nusoanu ana tne ioi lowing children: Mrs. W. T. Richard son and Mrs. T. W. Naylor, of Par ker. Ind... Misses Elizabeth and JVlae Miller, of this county, Messrs. Arthur and Walter Miller, of this county and Mr. Frank Miller, of Parker, Ind. She is also survived by five grandsons. but one of them had just passed over the river and had gone to tho better world before 3he was taken away, Mr. Miller was a member of tho Bap tist church at Preachersville and trusted in her Lord. The words Mr. J. C. McClary and prayers of Rev. Roberts were most appropriate and brought comfort to the aching hearts of the husband and children and outers who loved Mrs. Miller so well. May they soon be brought to a realization that He doeth all thngs well and that our loss is her eternal gain. The funeral service was conducted at the Baptist church at Preachersville, Friday. February 1st. and the re mains were laid to rest in the cemetery at Preachersville to await the resurrection morn. May uod a bless ings rest upon each and every one of the family. Husband and Children. STANFORD WIFE DOING GOOD WORK "I have been bad off with stomach IN MEMORY OF MRS. J. F. MILLER One of the saddest deaths which has occurred, was the passmc of Mrs. .1. F. Miller, on Jan. 29, 1918, aped R5 years, three months and 17 days. She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geonre Lawson. of Garrard county. On Feb. 10, 1881, she was married to Mr. Miller of the same county. To bless their union were born seven Implements, Household and Kitchen Furniture at PublicAuction Wednesday, Feb. 20, 1918 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 both gentle, and good and a March; three horses, an well broke; one good drivers and good workers; a good three-year-ohorse 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-o- ld three-year-oleight-year-olnine-year-ol- d, ld four-year-o- ld The Semi-Week- ly INTERIOR JOURNAL Your Home Paper and the Best Known Daily-Newspaper of This Section An Excellent Combination Subscription Order at this combined rate may be sent io the office of the Interior Journal and liver trouble and bloating foi many years. No doctors or medicine helped me. On tho advice of ms druggist, I bought a bottle of Mnyr's Wonderful Remedy and I don't want to miss a single dose. It has given me more benefit than all the medicine I have over taken. I feel I am doing good to recommend it to others." It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal ail ments, including appendicitis. Ono dose will convince or money refunded. Lincoln Pharmacy and Tho Pen14-- 1 ny Drug Store. "Kaiser Bill went up the hill" To take a look at Franco; Kaiser Bill rushed down the hill With shrapnel in his pants." x .tl 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 ; I Page Eight x The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, February 15, 1918 a CROP LAND, Felix White bought of C. Daly a bunch of shonts at 14 c. J. T. Dudderar sold to Harry d cow at 7 c. Jones a C. C. Gover bought of T. W". Jones four sows, averaging 190 pounds at lCc. J. M. Cress, of Danville, sold to the Lancaster mill 300 barrels of corn at $10. J. II. Browning sold to .T..JL Hilton the pair of work mules advertised in this paper for $275. W. C. Webb sold to N. H. Peel, of Nicholnsvillo, a sevou-ycar-ohorse for $125 and an aged horse for $100. R. M. Blnckerby shipped last week a car of 1G3 barrels of corn to R. L. Gnlloway at Falmouth, Ky., at $10 a STOCK AND 900-pounld GREEN BRIAR JUNCTION CITY "FATHER AND SON" WEEK CRAB ORCHARD Mrs. Arvie Nolan has returned to Mr. James Minor has returned We arc naving warmer wenther, This has been set aside ns "Father Mr. Proctor Is not much Improved Richmond, Ind. from a trip to Camp Taylor. we arc glad to tell. , and Son" week. from last week's report Mrs. Mclvin Cnldwcll spent SaturMany arms arc being carried in Mrs. Bob Johnson is visiting relaMr. Henry DoHordc Is recovering It is not n "campaign" to collect a slings now on account of vaccina- day and Sundny with her parents; tives near Eubank. from n most severe nttack of crip. lot of money for some purpose. It is Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. Munsic. Farmers arc busy trying to gather tion. Miss Lillio Garner, of Ccdnr Creek, merely n movement to stimulate Mrs. Richnrdson, of South Fork, is Miss Ncal Prcwitt was absent from corn and haul in their fodder. fawas in town Wednesday shopping. anew tho relations between the Alonzo Padgett sold his farm to school Monday on account of sick- visiting her daughter, Mrs. R. A. Messrs. Ed Dvehousc' and .Tnmes thers and tho sons of America to Woodie. ness. a Floyd county man for $1,500 Herrin were in Stanford Wednesday. bring dad and tho boy together In a Mr. and Mrs. Andy Gooch, of Tho German measles have deciJesse Flannory has moved into tho Mrs. Sam Tntem has returned now sort of way. are visiting her parents here. tenant house on the O. G. Speake mated the lower grades at school the from Louisville and is jetting along may seem strange, such a This Mr. Ottis Lee, who has been with post week. place. nicely. is it not true movement ns this, but Mr. Mack Baucom is still in Wash- his sisters, Mrs. W. C. Cnldwcll and Clarence, the little son of Jake Miss Catherine Middlcton lias been that in thousands of enses the father Young, has been quite sick with ington Citv trying to get a raise for Mrs. S. P. Conway, in Peoria, HI., real sick with a severe cold for some knows less about his boy than n dozfor some time', was called home by pneumonia. the railrond men. lavs, but is out again. on the same block? Miss Mollic Jones has the past the illness of his mother. D.elmar Adams, of Burnslde, was Shelby Newland and Ray- en other men , Messrs. Mrs. R. A. Woddie nnd mother hero at the funeral of his l'ttlo week been the guest of her brother, It is not. that the father loves his mond Hell were in Stanford Sunday were guests of Mrs. I. M. Jones, of nephew last wee- kboy less than ho used to, or that ho Mr. George Jones. to see yome of the fair sex. Miss May Johnson visited her Cant. B. D. McGraw has been at Kings Mountain Monday. Rev. Stout preaches at the Baptist would not, jf need be. spill his very Miss Gusta Saunders has returned d Martinsville, Ind. for rheumatism aunt, Mrs. Clnrence Rniubo at Sundny morning and night heart's blood for him. But some how church to Ncal's Creek, to finish teaching for thn nnsfc month. Saturday nnd Sundav. we hope a good crowd will hear or another, the demnnds and distincand Tho Highland school of which the tions of modern life are gradually Prof. E. L.Grubbs attended thci her school t!iore. him. barrel. The work on the double track, taught by Mr. Hays, meeting of the Boyle county farmers last month Mr. Clnud Thomnson, who is rap- breaking up that sweet companionJ. S. Hockcr bought of different of Rowland, was close tomorrow. near here is progressing nicely. will in Danville Friday. idly improving will leave for Iowa ship which should exist between the parties here 52 cattle weighinir from Mrs. I. B. Saunders has been very Mrs. L. E. Floyd nnd babv, of The Green Briar school of which soon. His father. Mr. Thompson, of boy and his dad. 357 to 000 pounds at $8 to $9.90 p"cr tho last two months were taught by Chnttanoogn, were guests of Mrs. K. ill, but it somewhat better. . The two see each other, mavbe, at hundred. Heo Lick, will go with him. FSeautiful spring like weather has breakfast. They lunch at different dif- Miss Serna Young, closed last week. R. Kelley this week. J. M. Rnnkin nnd sons sold to Mr. Craig Baugh 'has moved to For the first time in two months New England with the possible exLJjon urevnilinp' almost making the places and usually at tho evening ferent parties, 1G coming Green River and Claud, Rogers and all 27 of the high school boys and ception of New Hampshire will obhorrible, cold gloomy times we have meal they gather around the same mules and one aged pair, averag- father have moved to the place Mr. girls were present on Tuesday. serve next Monday as heatless day. passed through seem something like board and talk about things of com- ing $185. Baugh left Mr. Ellery Chase spent Friday till Fuel Administrators say the coal sitmon family interest. The boy's place nightmare. and Edwards F. L. Thompson Mrs. Isom Howell was called to the Tuesday in Lexington with his bro- uation in New England has not been Siielbv, son of Mr. W. D. Newland, in tho conversation is not usually of bought Monday of J. A. Young, of was not relieved to such as the of the best posted h oneissues in town, boys on the much personal importance to him, or Adair. 12 cattle averaging GOO bedside oftoher mother, who Ky., one ther. Mr. Herbert Chase and wife. of abolish the weekly an extentday. to Mr. K. D. Watson and family, live, in Eastin. expected heatless greatly for his advancement. and tells war pounds at $50. Frankfort, have been at the McCol-ludav last week. farts in a most sensible way. He is Hence, instead of a closer comB. P. Martin, of Rowland, had a Greasy The House for the past two weeks. full of patriotism too. munity of interests between the fa- valuable combined horse killed by a schools Mt. Moriah and for some Creek NOTICE! time Mr. C. L. Evans has bought out will not close Mrs. Will Pettus went tn Mt. Ver- ther and the boy, barriers are actual- train yestrdav morning. He valued yet ns they both closed for a while the interest of Mr. W. A. Reynolds Persons owning or controlling dogs Thompson ly erected between them, in thous- the horse at 8150. non with Mrs. liobert in the drug store. Mr. Reynolds will within the city, are hereby notified on account of measles. Ti'Cidav and spent a most plensant ands of homes, and the true relationGreen Gooch, of Wayncsburg. deMr. W. Gordie Hodges, of near devote all his time to his farm and day with Mrs. Poyntcr. Miss Tanna ship is not appreciated until some livered to J. C. Fox today a that if taxes on them of $1, this perof A- other business. Eubank', has bought the came home with them. day the one or the other of them sud marc mule he had sold him lbert Naef. near Carter'sfarm store, old Mrs. W. P. Wnlden and Mr. nnd iod ending June 1, 1918, is past due A card from Mrs. W. J. Edmiston, denly answers the hnal summons, three weeks ago for $180. He will move to it in about Mrs. Jesse Walden enme out Sunday and if not paid by March 1st, to city who is "t Auburndale, Fin., states and 'then there dawns upon the sur J. M. Camden, who was here fiom for $800. night to hear Rev. Walden and many clerk, prosecutions will be instituted. she is enioying the beautiful weather vivor the realization that he has not the Kidds Store section today, sold two weeks. Eubank, W. of that place and wishes all her Crab onlv lost one of his dearest posses to N. W. Rogers a pair of bav horse who G. Hodges, of near few days of the congregation had the pleasure By order of council. A. H. Severhas been here for a of meeting them. Orchard friends could be there too. sions, but through long years he neg mules. 1G hands high, for $400. looking for a farm, returned home Miss Mvrtle Hogue, of Junction ance, City Clerk. Dr. Rurrin came over from lected and cast aside a very wen ot W. Minter, on the Lexington today accompanied by his brother-in-laL. Citv School, Miss Grace Robinson, of Saturday to get his nuto love and good fellowship. Braridenburg pike, has just sold to Shelby Citv. Miss Nell Pritchett, of Bob Johnson. which was left here. He is delighted The boy who is chummy with his and Rogers, of this city, five mules Mrs. Jeff Hale and son, John Wes- Walnut Hill, and Master Wclburn his new home, the people and dad seldom goes wrong. The boy for $1,100. Richmond Register. ley Hale, after spending a month or Dunn, won common school diplomas aTIT I represent the largest and best v tho school. Says his children are clothing house In this conntrr Fred Lincks, a Laurel county far- so with her son, Virgil, at Piqua, O., at Danville who shares with his father the joys advancing. "" ." afield, who camps mer, raised and killed a hog that XT, TT V W,i .'" .. T nffninJ M,'" " in measuring ana directing tne ms "Sing- of the excur3ionshim, who is made a weighed 750 pounds. He sold half of during the extreme cold weather, J" "The Union Deoot" and Penenee """. with Embroidery Club last Thursday at fug of your clothes, fires me the adrantagt by Mrs. and fishesand who is conscious of the it 376 pounds to H. J. Johnson have returned home. ing Shule" will be iriven practical tailor, if yon Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Baugh, Walter her home on Belle avenue. Ten or ?" "J"' h ' Kobert Thompson's Sundny school confidant there ic nothing in his life for $75.20. ,u m. J"ur ur"or " " .7 fact that Baugh and wife and Minnie Walls, KvMva rviomViora iirorn nvocnnf nnA ' "'" will get the t lass. The Lvdia's Daughters in a J. B. Honaker, one of the West Roscoe Rogers, wife nnd child were enjoyed the refreshments and con- -' mone. either Ton the cheapest worth ofor your too insignificant to be of interest to In grades the of weeks, so everyone can be his father such a boy will pay the End's biggest and best farmers and here from Danville to attend the fu- vnrs.itinn. nfe wnll ns trio cncinl nnrr. higher prices. My sutv of some fun. i old man dividends richer than all of cattle men, is building a big barn on neral of Ralph, the infant son of Mr. SPRING AND SUMMER We arc sorry to say one of The remains of the baby of Mrs. his stocks and bonds. the farm he recently bought. It will and Mrs. Wm. Adams, one 'luy last our best young men, Mr that Elmer High Susie Baugh, of Detroit, were sent a new be 100 feet by 48 This great war has week. is soon to leave our htUe city ' Tailor Ktc for interment Thursday. It was atmosphere into our brought Money Of eightv hogs W. F. DcLong onlives. service with Uncle Sam. Mrs. J. W. tvUrJLILl KTnn kt buried in Highland cmeterv. This havly has eight left, seventy-tw- o Bailey will give him a farewell parin the third baby to die and much does not seem to weigh as heavily as SEN. JAMES TALKS ROADS lung fever contracted ing died svnipathy is felt for the parents in it did. Wordly honors are relatively during theof very severe weather in Commissioner of Public Roads of ty as he is one of her most faithful now. Men and Kentucky, Rodman Wiley, has re- Sunday School scholars tV'ir loss. Mrs. Baugh was Miss Susie insignificant themselves many women January. Advocate. quesare asking Rev. W. P. Walden.' of Danville, Fuit, of this place. W. Jones sold to J. M. Tarking-to- n ceived the following letter from SenT. are rached two fine sermons at the f The members of the Red Cross are tions about life whichcome strange to rmileS for ator James, whose interest is shown pair of a to many has Christian church bunday morninir nutting each Wednesday at the them. Sorrow sorrow deeper still is S435. Mr. Jones also sold to B. F. in road matters. wDentept In good condition with Sndngs with Mrs. Willis and a great households, and "I am glad to have your letter of and night, as the beginning of his 4 BOURBON POULTRY REMEDY Robinson, of Boyle, five mules at yet the 4th instant asking me to give you year's work on the second and lA few drops In tbedrlnklng water j ar.rtuit of work is being done. Mrs. gonetotocome. Thousands of boys have from S140 to $170. Kcepa ncann j and uikee other lands to fight nobly for fourth Sundays in each month which 1'illis provictes an excellent dinner Uj. prerenta Fox, of Marksbury, bought my opinion as to the importance of may soon be changed to every Sun- t tnem colds, Ourea and and other roup, building good roadways in our State. for all who attend and a finer, more the preservation of our liberties. of Robertv. Gaines a 15. une Dottle I aiieaiee. gallons determined band of loyal workers Thousands of other boys, too young mare mule for $250. He also bought I feel that this is a movemnt that is day. ot medicine. .makes U v as yet to go. but who may leave beAt druzsltta or S. Chapin and T. H. f Prof. would be hard to find. by mall not ft marc worthy of the united support of the Collins, Arthur fore the conflict ends, now more than of Andy Gooch a of State Colleirc. met with A. friend of little Edward McCar-jhKentucky. It is a well r paid. Poultry book tree on requeit neonle of mule for the same money. BOUBBOR 1EHEDT CO., lulnttu, aj. Supt. O. B. Fallis and his County' tsson of Mrs. George Harris, sends ever need that father love which Senator R. L. Hubble sold on the known fact that any section of coun Board of Education in his office Fri-- i in the following rhyme composed by many of their brothers may have fail- Danville try develops much more rapidly if breaks Wednesday about ed to get. seven prominent farmers g day with Edward : ' 7,500 pounds of tobacco at an aer- - the roads are in good condition, maK-in- and educators of the county, for the r Bill went up the hill it accessible at all times of the purpose of organizing the boys of! R. M. NEWLAND hope that during this "Fa- agr of 30 cents. He is very mucn Let us To shoot the president of France, ther and Son Week" there may be a year and greatly facilitating buying pleased with the price received. the county into poultry, pig, calf, Headquarters for But Kaiser Bill came down the hill widespread revival of the true relaT. W. Jones shipped to E. L. Per- and selling operations. With bullet thru his pants." Good roads are uplifting to civili- and corn clubs. Mr. W. W. Johnson Best Fire and Life Insurance tionship of sire and son and that the kins, of North Carolina, a of the was elected permanent chairman and The warm weather is doing much boy in such cases will find that home, light hogs. Mr. Jones 'also zation. They bring the mr'1 toopen Mr. Doll secretary. These officers' good. Both our Sunday Schools are not some counterfeit resort, will be snippedfeeding Mr. every to a Harrison, of East door of way toman daily, they the with Mr. Garmame, of Caldwell Phones 168, 45 Stanford, Ky. the church and belter attended and tho Ladies' Aid the fountain source of his daily joy. Tennessee, a load of the same quality up the neighborhood and others will canvass of the Christian church, which met school houses for all classes. Lexington Leader. hogs. last Monday with Mrs. Frazier Hurt, At a time like this when every re- the four points, Perryville. Parksville, Watches, Clocks, Jewelrunning in hard Arthur C. Hjll is be Junction City and Danville in autos had 21 members present, all good lines. In the last few days he has had source of our great Natipn should woi leers. The Baptist Aid was also BAD COLD? HEADACHY utilized to the uttermost, it seems and speak to the farmers on Fridays Spectacles AND NOSE STUFFED to die two horses, a marc and a pair to me that it is highly important for and Saturdays. well attended but we failed to get of young mulos. Dr. John Cook our highways in Kentucky to be put h? number present. thinks that rotten fodder caused in such condition that the products WOMEN WANT THE BEST The Christian Endeavor was led Ends Colds their death. roy Mi?s Ellen Moore Sunday evening Tape's Cold Compound" farms, Woman is more finely constructed Lynn Gooch, son of Lilburn of ourcould be our dairies, our mines, Few And Grippe In A casly transported to than man and she requires the best, to at the Christian church. A good atGooch, of the Goshen section, sold at etc., Hours and to the of the tendance and quite an interesting STANFORD. KY. Col. I. M. Dunn's Danville Tobacco the markets be sent citiesfor distribu- be had in medicines when her sysout program. Our Juniors are not meet-m- f railroads to tem Warehouse tobacco raised from three tion generally. I shall be pleased to ney becomes discrdered. Foley's Kid In Western Union Telegraph Office Take "Pape's Cold Compound" ev- and at all and this should be conduct-fills help the kidneys cleanse the h acres for $2,000. There with yourself and other blood of impurities that cause aches 3 gain, as the little ones were most ery two hours until you have taken were about 5,000 pounds of the weed. public spirited citizens in Kentucky and pains in muscles and joints, Satisfaction enl bused with their work, which was three doses, then all grippe misery Dr. P. Lapsley has sold hiss showing such improvement in them goes and your cpld will be broken. It of 200J. acres on the State pike,farm in every way possible to further the backache, rheumatic pains and six under eyes. Sold Everywhere. all. We hope the leaders will see the promptly opens your clogged up nos- miles from Shelbvvillc, to W. D. Da building of good roads. With kindest regards, I am, Very great mistake they are making, and trils and the air passages of the head ; vis $40,000. The J. V. Boyd farm Grey Nunnery at Montreal, Canaaj.ain take up this most important stops nasty discharge or nose run- of for acres, four miles North of truly, your friend, 188 da, was destroyed by fire and 100 OLLIE M. JAMES. ning; relieves the headache, dullness, Shelbyville, was sold to C. L. and W. w .!; for the little ones' sake. children were burned lo death. feverishness, sore throat, sneezing, R. Tucker for $30,500. Constant Sufferer Finds Relief .soreness and stiffness. Now Is The Time To Be Careful in WoodThe Forest Home Farms "I have been a constant sufferer Don't stay stuffed up! Quit blowAvoid imitations or substitutes, county, broke known records TERRIBLHWOLLEN get the genuine Foley's Honey and ing and snuffling. Ease your throb- ford public sale ofallregistered hogs from kidney trouble and was down for sick in bed." writes C. F. Reynolds. Tar, and you have a cough medicine bing head nothing else in the world when they sold forty-fou- r Duroc you can depend upon. It gives prompt gives such prompt relief as "Pape"s Jersey sows for an average of $285. 412 Herrick St.. Elmira, N. Y. "I taking Foley Kidney Suffering Described As Torture relief, clears throat, loosens phlegm, Cold Compound," which costs only a Eleven Defender sows avei'aged $480. commenced soothes, heals. Checks coughs, colds, few cents at any drug store. It acts The highest price $G95, was paid by Pills. In a few days I was up out of Relieved by t. bed." Recommended for rheumatic whooping cough, la grippe, bronchial without assistance, tastes nice and Jacob Castleman.of Brockton, pains, backache, biliousness, sore JL. C. McCLARY coughs. Contains no opiates. Sold causes no inconvenience. Accept no 14-- 1 muscles, stiff joints, "tired out" feelEverywhere. substitute. Horn Phone SS Rossville, Ga. Mrs. Kate Lee Able, ol Offlea Fnaa 167 TRY "CASCARETS" FOR ing. Sold Everywhere. Ihis place, writes: "My husband is an LIVER AND BOWELS IF SICK OR BILIOUS Germany desires peace, but before engineer, and once while lifting, he inL. Beazley & Co.. it can be attained her enemies must jured himself with a piece of heavy maTonight! Clean Your Bowels And recognize victory of the German chinery, across the abdomen. He was tfc II HBK arms, Emperor William declared in Stop Headache, Colds, Sour reply to an address presented by the 50 sore he could not bear to press on Stomach Burgomaster of Hamburg on the himself at all, on chest or abdomen. He conclusion of peace with the Ukraine. weighed 165 lbs.,- - and fell off Until he bbx now. Get a to Turn the r" "ils out the headche, He declared that "troops under the weighed 110 lbs., in two weeks. indigestion, the sick, great Hindenberg" wll continue to biliousness, He became constipated and it looked For over 30 years Crossett sour stomach and bad colds turn win. like he would die. We had three different out them out ton'iht and keep them Shoes have st od for unusually Ky The War department has asked the doctors, yet with all their medicine, his with Coscarets. body, Millions of men and women take a Brotherhood of Locomotive Engi- bowels failed to act. He would turn up good leather strc ng of Cascaret now and then and never neers to furnish fifty men for tank a bottle of castor oil, and drink fine in grain. That is what has know the misery caused by a lazy service and 1,000 engineers for it two or three days in succession. Jje liver, clogged bowels, or an upset transportation service in France. given them their superiorwear-in- g Warren S. Stone, grand chief of the did this yet without result. We became stomach. qualities. Don't put in another day of dis- brotherhood told the railroad wage desperate, he suffered so. He was swoltress. Let Cascnrets cleanse your commission he would furnish the de- len terribly. He told me his suffering Today such leather can be stomach; remove the sour, ferment- partment the names of men available. could only be described as torture. ing food; tak the excess bile from FARM LOANS only in shoes costing at used I sent and bought Thedford's Lieut. Thomas L. Chalmers, of the your liver and carry out all the con4th Field Artillery, at Camp Shelby. I made him take a big dose, stipated waste matter and poison in least $7.50 to $12. Tkrtmck Or.r 3 Mllllaa the bowels. Then vou will feel great. was fatally wounded when he acci and when it began to act he fainted, he TUa OMm dentally shot himself while cleaning was in A Cascaret tonight straightens Men pay more attention to values such misery, but be got relief and you out bv morning. They work a pistol. They find that then they used to. began to mend at once. He got well, box from while you sleep. A e a ihoe dollars go further in a The Senate yesterday confirmed and .we both feel he owes his life to any drug store means a clear bead, shoe like Crossetu. sweet stomach nnd clean, healthy liv- the nomination of Miss Cora Single Thedford's INSURANCE er nnd bowel action for months. Chil- ton to succeed herself as postmisThedford'sBrack-Draugwill help you shoe below u a fine example love Cascnrets because the tress of Wayneaour-"The dren to keep fit, ready (or the day's work. BLUE CRASS FARMS FOR SALS 14-- 1 never gripe or sicken. of Crossett style and comfort. Let us NC-1Cecil Spring Rice, former British fry HI CkMMtU A Sfc- -rt Lsmhatt . Ky. show it to you. ambassador to the United States, is FLOUR AND MEAT SAVED dead at Ottawa, Ont. Hotels and restaurants throughout Kentucky saved 75,342 pounds of How's This? flour and 69,524 pounds of meSt Wa offer One during November and December, ac- for any caso ofHundred Dollars Reward Catarrh that cannot be cording to reports in the hands of cured by Hall's Catarrh Moilclne. . W. Burns, chairman of the TravCatarrh Medicine lias been, taken Hall's J. eling Men's Division of the Kentucky by catarrh sufferers for tho past tliirty-flv- o years, und lias become known Food Administration, and with a most reliable remedy for Catarrh. an the Hall'a btricter observance of tho food reg- Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on n ulations the administration antici- the Mucous surfaces, expelling the pates a saving of double thoso figfrom the Blood and healing the disures, since practically all the hotels, eased portions, Catarrh After restaurants und boarding houses in Medicine you have taken Hall'swill see a you for a short the Stato are now pledged to observe great Improvement time your general In CMafo'S life's Walk Easy meatless and wheatless days. With health. Start taking Hall'a Catarrh Medithe return of warmer weather, Mr cine at oncfland Ret rid of catarrh. Send H" ' Burns expects greater economies for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, Ohio. than ever because the fishing seawn Sold hy all Prupgtsts, 7tc. will have opened, hens will have comB THE HUSTLING REAL ESTATE MEN A Knoxvillo firm shipped a thousmenced to lav and spring chickens coal to Statesville, Nt will be on the market,- furnishing and pounds of HUSTOMVILLE AND MORELAND moro meat substitutes at more rea- C, during the coal famine, Tho express charges were $15.50, sonable prices. 1B9MM. HIGHLAND Al-bi- a, Row-lnn- three-ycar-ol- d 11 m four-year-o- ld Camn-bollsvil- le To the Public: h made-te-ord- rap-idl- " ,,"! r .' i fori,. '4. "l? VAl'WoTjS. Hens Lay ld AMAZINGLY j U9BM three-year-ol- fore-hra- d u m three-year-o- ld v. "I'-ye- ! car-loa- d . ry and Repaired by ROBERT FENZEL S one-fift- - Guaranteed puffi-nes- Undertaker Ernbalmer Black-Draugh- ro an you afford pay less? "Vet n J. I M 10-ce- nt vHABI ten-ce- nt Phone 42, Stanford, Undertaker Ernbalmer 5 Per Cent Lhh. Black-Draug- ht. i 10-ce- nt high-typ- W. KING & SON ! Black-Draught- .!' . ht 31 Ojnoe rossett A7 J- Mm Anyone Desiring to Sell Their Farm, Pol-eo- Jock or Crops will make money by seeing 11 SAM ROBINSON Dinwiddie & Owens - HfcU'' J5f i .:J '" si'