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DEAT1 uaamor m. ; BfTirHJ uy 22, 1918 Tuesdays and Friday t Tobacco Averages Fifty Cents Per Lb. ROBERT BURTON & NOEL, OF GARRARD COUNTY, AVERAGE FIFTY CENTS A POUND FOR THEIR CROP OF TOBACCO ON FLOORS OF PEOPLES' TOBACCO HOUSE. COL. R. G. EVANS AND PEACH, OF BOYLE, MAKE THE GREAT AVERAGE OF $44.15 PER HUNDRED FOR THEIR ENTIRE CROP THESE TWO CROPS BREAK THE RECORD AVERAGE OF THE SEASON AT DANVILLE AND PROBABLY IN STATE OF KENTUCKY Waynes&Lrg Dei Wednesday aftenM John W Hughes C. Spalding expl law. He Mid that mm his town and thai bank kelp cl mark. Mr.Whe had been three diate. section of days. Mrs. Racl W. W. Miller, di buried Wednef s EXPLAINED INCOME TAX LAW ADJOURNS UNTIL MONDAY Uhe Collector John W. Hughes and Circuit court adjourned afternoon until Monday and tho iver Hon. Charles C. Spalding spoke to idge some 75 or 100 taxpayers in the cir- grand jury adjourned until Tuesday. irles cuit court room of the court-hous- e Very little has been done in court so tax Wednesday afternoon, explaining the far. The several railroad cascc that tod in income tax law. Judge Hughes, who were to have been tried this terra of his is collector of Internal revenue of were continued on account of rail00,000 this district, spoke first, telling of roads being in the hands of the gov colored, it there the importance of making a report ernment. Sylvester Jones imme-i- n to a revenue officer if the income of was given three years in tho pen for two a single- - man is as much as $1,000 bigamy. After the trial Jones asked other of and that of a married man $2,000. the judge if he might ask a question. ly and was It does not necessarily mean that Ho was told that he might and he put ence Eu- 0 forth this inquiry: "Judge, after I the income is as much as $1,-00- banks' body Arizona Tuesday lowed Wediiesdi Mrs. Eliza E Wheeldon cai died a few days: in from burial fol- IRjkras a son of 1$ Mrs. Neva Iowa and it BA ABAanl 55."" "",vul UA a daughter of tuberculosis. SI E. W. Coakley Ezra Singleton. of an organiza- was elected cl aynesburg the tion gotten up urpose of selling other night for.1 membership was war stamps. A ddon feels mighty enrolled. Mr. good about thojd :come of the drill- ing for oil in hfsu ction. He says the greasy fluid isftwre to be found in paying quantities and that a great deal of drilling will be done this spring. While Cashier Wheeldon was here Wednesday, his capable daughter, Miss Carol Wheeldon, ran his bank. "I frequently have to leave her to look after the bank," said he, "and she always takes good care of it. Some say shea's a better banker than her father." '' CAPT. SCOTT TAKES BRIDE It will interest those who may remember him is a child while living at the home ?f hi? grandfather, the late Mr. James Lajvless,' about a score of years ago u resident of Crab Orchard, that CSptain John Scott, U. S. A., recentlymarried at a Western post, the wulow of an officer, and is now doing his bit in France. Captain Scott seemed predestined for the army. His fauicr, Captain John Scott, a Scotchman, was of the Union forces in the Civil war, and in passing through Crab Orchard with the troops meUthere the beautiful Miss Mary Lawless and later married her. THE MARKET TOOK ANOTHER UPWARD JUMP TODAY, AND WILDEST ENTHUSIASM PREVAILED UPON THE FLOORS DANVILLE TAKES BIG LEAD OVER ALL MARKETS OF STATE SPECULATORS ARE MAKING FABULOUS PROFITS ON THEIR PURCHASES MADE LAST FALL V, or $2,000, under the different conditions, that one is liable for income tax, for there are many exemptions to be made, but the penalty of not reporting is Just as severe for those who are not liable as it is for those who are, in the event the income as a single man is $1,000 or $2,000 as a married man. Judge Hughes insisted that when it is possible to pay the cash, that it will be a great help to the government, although those who can not do so con veniently will bo given until June 15th to pay their income tax. Mr. Spalding has studied the income tax law and being very conversant with it, was able to make its workings clear to his audience After going over the three divisions business men, professional, men and farmers he asked those who had questions to ask, to kindly do so. Many took advantage of the opportunity to bet-t-r acquaint themselves with the provisions of the law and his answers were as clear and concise as was his talk. Judge Hughes is very anxious that every taxpayer in his district be given the best knowledge possible about thi income tax law and he is sparing neither time nor energy in making the matter clear to them. He and Mr. Spalding will visit as many counties in this collector's district as possible and will speak in them all if they have time. It is regretted that a larger crowd did not greet the speakers, but the limited time given to advertise it is due the fact that the court room was not filled. REV. JOHNSON TO SPEAK On tonight at the meeting of the serve my term, which one of my wives will I have to live with?" "You have only one wife, as your marriago to the second one was illegal," Judge Hardin informed him, and the news was seemingly not welcome by him. Frank Thurman, also colored, was given a year in the penitntiary for stealing a gobbler from J. L. Beaz-le- y about a week ago. Sam. Cloyd, another negro, asked that he be giv en a jail sentence for breaking into the Q. & C. depot at McKinney. Judge Hardin accommodated him by sending him to the county bastilo for a year. DEATH OF MRS. THOMSON. Mrs. Ida VanArsdale Thomson, widow of the late Prof. G. Matthew Thomson, died at Lexington Thurs-d- a morning after a protracted illness, aged 52. She was lady principal of Hamilton College and her death occurred in her apartments at that institution. Mrs. Thomson, who was a second cousin of Mrs. H. J. McRoberts, of this city, with her husband lived a number of years in this county when they had charge of Christian College, at Hustonville. Her husband died some four years ago and since that time she has been connected with Hamilton College. One daughter, Miss Catherine Thomson, survives. Deceased was born and reared in Mercer county, where she had many relatives. Mrs. Thomson had many frierids in this county who will learn of her death with much re- gret. f 4JJc n.p. 310 pounds' at (Wedensday's Advocate) 51c .... 40 pounds at The Danville tobacco market took AVERAGE $50.00 a wild leap to a creased prices this morning, lhe "HeriaTejrt,.prvntJEJoyle county, wildest enthusiasm prevailed among sold the following baskets : 35c the big crowd on the breaks. Enthu- 254 pounds; at 42c 175 pound-- at siasm was unbounded. poundl at lc Crop averages ranged from thirty 185 39c cents a pound, and a 50 pounct at cents to fifty 28c 180 poumfe at thirty cents average was a rariety. AVERAGE $38.00 Noel, of GarRobert Burton and Evans (i Peach, of Boyle county, rard county, broke the season's aver-acsold the Allowing baskets: receiving an even fifty cents a 46c pound for their crop. Col. R. G. Ev 105 poupds at 46c and Peach, of Boyle county, 110 pounds at ans 45c 135 pouids at averreached a high mark with an 46c while R. T. Quisen-herr- y 155 pouids at age of $44.15, 48c I. away 85 pouids at and Worthington stood 51c up among the big figures, making an 105 pouids at 51c average far above forty cents a 85 poinds at 51c Mitchell, of Lin- 160 poinds at pound. Baughman & 52c county, averaged forty cents a 100 pounds at coln 53c 150 punds at pound, while scores of other growers 49c 195 rfunds at ranged along with them. 49c Not in the history of tobacco grow 125 jbunds at 45c 215 ounds at ing has such high prices been real 48c -weed as is being paid on 75 pounds at ized for the 45c 120l)ounds at Danville breaks. the 40c twenty ladies 285pounds at There were about 38c present on the breaks this morning 28fpounds at 33c . listening to the Premier Auctioneers, 23ilpounds at 32c and Capt. Walter 20 Vounds at Capt. Dock Holland A AVERAGE $44.15 Dunn, sing the sales. They were singCooc & Yeakey, of Lancaster, sold the buying right this morning and ers were stirred to a high pitch. Col. tfe following baskets: 31c I. M. Dunn and Allen Heiatrt were TO pounds at 46c boosting in their inimita- 30 pounds at on the job 49c .. 80 pounds at ble fashion. 46c to sign 10 pounds at Just think of being able 47c j?i rmnrl for SfiOOOO and 170 pounds at 49c pounds at VanWin-33- 5 more. This is what John S. 37c Harris do five days outHO pouijds at We and David 36c of every week. They are the officia' 105' pouijds at 29 ofcnrnrnrs for the bie wardi 75 pounds at w v. JllVUWJ 24 house business and think nothing o 55 pourils at 15 paying out a quarter of million do 25 pouriUs at ERAGE $41,000 lars in five days. Thomson & Snowden, of Boyle Many visitors from a distaiu were on the breaks this morningjal county, old the following baskets: 34c all were unanimous in their opjnh 240 pou ids at 44c the Danville market stands ihd 275 pou ids at" ... that 55c 80 pouids at and shoulders above anything 54c 235 pounds at . 185 pounds at 49c The weed is still coming In 45c big sale will be held ia th 180 pounds at 38c houses tomorrow. It is worth )ur 360 pounds at 32c you ge'the 165 pot nds at while to attend. Once 23c you will attend the saljwiost 155 pot nds at habit 23 every day. Among the maaynigh 110 poiinds at AVERAGE $37.50 . averages this morning the fil'.vingr Baughman & Mitchell, of Stanford, (f are a few: Robert Burton & Noel, of (rrard sold thi following baskets: 30c county, sold the following Kets: 400 po&nds at 44a 285 poLids at 36c 370 pounds at pofunds 46c 'j?" c 370 poLnds at 235 pounds at 64c 265 46c at .. 200 pounds at 64c 135 polinda at 36c 405 pounds at c 260 ptlunds at ...'. 33c 65 pounds at "" .....i.;.... 65c 339 pdknds at . 39c 120 pounds at oac 180 ptftnds at" ...-- . . ... 34c 65 pounds at ...- . Blc 345 pounds at. ..... 36c 66 sounds at ..... 45c 400 pinnds at-- , 32c 215 pounds at eef ft hlgir-Fitmo-,jn- OSO-poaiul- ............ nt at .. ...'. ...i u 125 pounds 130 pounds i.... 31c The c"ilaj(jived i see a.t a far Western post tiltneaein"h of Capt: scott,-upo- n - 17c In " -- AVERAGE $40.00 Quisenberry & Worthington, Boyle countyrsold thcfollowing ai ' whisK thi .widow returned with llii i' iiri'tjjL'i nil tn the home of .. BHHatM. . .. ajritK a ne wia- - liTHer eVHst ba: o1arUWhu ) kets: 325 195 185 15 220 215 255 245 325 e. -- vi, , ,& l-- l-- 2c l-- 2c AVERAGE $43.20 Hendren and Cres3 sold the lowing baskets: 315 pounds at 265 pounds at , 350 pounds at 250 pounds at 410 pounds at -- .'.. 430 pounds at 280 pounds at 425 pounds at 65 pounds at AVERAGE $38.30 Harris, Woods & Gaunce, of coln county, sold the following Jr HiiiBiK iV; v J SOcTtmr M9tMC;hiBvto Bee,Jierbor 50c rise from the ranHTw a Captaincy to at 58c do his part "over there." at 50c at 50c MONUMENT TO MRS. GOODE at Harry Jacobs, the Stanford mon40c at ument man, has sold to Mrs. B. D. 39c at Mitchells-bur49c Carter and brothers, of at 5,000-poun- d Georgia monua SOME OF THURSDAY'S SALES ment to be placed on the family lot S. A. Hill, of Garrard county, sold in Bellevue Cemetery, Danville, for husband and Mrs. Sallie Goode, the following baskets: daughter. Mr. Jacobs also recently 40c 400 pounds at 39c sold to Adam W. Carpenter a 15,-00- 0 175 pounds at Milford, N. H., granite monument 51c 610 pounds at 48c to be placed in Buffalo Springs Cem150 pounds at ... 44c etery. He says that marble and gran120 pounds at , 45c ite are both rapidly increasing in 160 pounds 'at ... 47c price and that if there ever was a 345 pounds at 46c time to buy, itis now, before they 455 pounds at 40c get higher. 395 pounds at 38c 355 pounds at DOGS ATE UP THE CHURCH 35c 380 pounds at In the Hudson Bay country, where 41c the dogs are half wolves, a band of 110 pounds at rv g, pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds at at nustiit .ftVIF to-i- PIitaAon tr fol- these famished animals actually ate Maill-and-Empi- 33c 35c 38c 39c 42c 43c 28c 38c 46c Linbas- kets: 345 75 410 170 315 430 525 525 645 490 165 345 450 375 320 315 290 325 i inJKi-tuck- y. ann-oth- er l-- 2c " iU .- -. 39c pounds at :...,.. ... 35c pounds at 43c pounds at 44c pounds at pounds at 49c "... 47c pounds at pounds at 35c 35p pounds at pounds at 37c pounds at 36c 44c pounds at 46c pounds at 34c pounds at r 35c pounds at -- ...; pounds at 36c v- pounds at 36c ...L... ....... 36c pounds at pounds at 46c AVERAGE $38.34 Bettis & Anderson, of Garrard county, sold 'the following baskets: 250 pounds at ..;, .....; 30c i. 38c 390 pounds at ..y 88c 60 pounds at f;L....,.2..,.....;". - that he was going to divide his whiskey with Hathaway Hill, he took him Constant Sufferer Finds Relief in tow and carried him before City HASABAD HEART "I have been a constant sufferer Judge R. L. Davison, who fined him from kidney trouble and was down Allen Hill, colored, was tried on sick in bed." writes C. F. Reynolds. the charge of vagrancy before Judge $50. Baughman is laying out the 412 Herrick St.. Elmira, N. Y. "I fine in jail. taking Foley Kidney T. A. Rice Thurday and acquitted. commenced F. Peyton, who examined Pills. In a few davs I was up out of Dr. OBSTRUCTED PUBLIC HIGHWAY bed." Recommended for rheumatic Hillswore that he has a bad heart biliousness, sore any that he is physically unable to .William Taylor was tried before pains, backache, Judge T. A. Rice Thursday for ob muscles, stiff joints, "tired out" feeldea man's wqrk. ing. Sold Everywhere. structing the public highway by building a fence across a road. He 33c 'HAYDEN'S SALE SATURDAY pounds at 170 36c) Your attention is called to the sale claimed that the road was through 160 pounds at 37w0f Leo Hayden, which will occur at his place, but failed to establish that 170 pounds at 36 Mrs. Mary E. Welch's farm at Hay fact, and further had failed to get 210 pounds at t 3 ....'. 275iipouBds at den's Switch 'tomorrow, Saturday. permission to close the road. He was 385 pounds at Read the advertisement in this issue fined $10 and costs. Failing to pony 240 pounds at of what Mr. Hayden will dispose of. up he was taken to jail, where he is laying out the fine. Taylor says he 4c pounds at 606 W. P. Buchanan, the junk dealer, is not going to remove the fence and 32c 115 nounds at 32c shipped two car of old iron to Louis- the chances are .he will be fined 265 nounds at again. ville, this week. AVEMAGE $38.10 '. The Eskimo Christians had built a tiny chapel, to hold 20 people. But the poor converts did not long enjoy the" little church, of which they were so pathetically proud. The building was of whale- Mrs. J. R. Mayes, Casey Creek, Ky. f bone, an edible subgfance, and one Sunday the pagan dogs ate every CAIN'S GOOD SHEEP SALE morsel of tho sacred edifice. A fairly good crowd Attended the J. T. ROBERTS' SALE sheep sale of B. F. Cai, out on the On Tuesday next 'Squire J. T. 48 Hustonville pike Wednesday. Roberts will ;jell at public auction at ewes, with lambs throyn in, went to his place, back of the W. H. Murphy A. W. Carpenter at SfiO; 10 to Clay farm on the Hustonville pike, a lot Davis at $20.60; 25ewes to Frank of cattle, horses, feed, etc. See ad- Martin at $17 and ip ewes to J. H. vertisement elsewhere. Googin at $17.50. 16-t- up a church, says the Toronto PRESENTS FATHER'S PICTURE Hon. Charles C. Fox has presented Liberty Service League Rew Andrew to Lincoln county a splendid oil Jo"nnsonJ6f Wilmbre, weir tyiow'n in painting of his father, Judge T. Fox, who at one time lived this county where he lived many years, will be the principal speaker. in Stanford and who for many years ' An open session of the League will was circuit judge of this district. The bft:hpld, in the circuit court room and pictur&,has ..bnjiuhg in the circuit ffcordfaVjIhstHon is extended one courtrapjJ!$)irether with those of of Col. itfflafrMk, Gov. Isaac Shelby, Siirj-Uitfgaftttrrow, CoLThomas P. mfred Me lawver anua Jessamine" county. . Rev, 'jm&JaMHBkfie&IPMi't uck'iarL who .help, subject will be Patriotism LmlrMfcluLed 'deal tt&the histoyg. 4 WaBBt.iV7L0UBKB cturu is nijiiiyfULL.-nra- f especially invited. k.vW. Wm.tMKWl house onlciair ana-vt.ou- 'VirnviiBBipi' 1 LIEUT. PERIGORD AT RICHMOND LinctojhVuntr people generally. Lieut. Perigord will address an au- Tin iiiTiMitoiiiaiiii ber Judge Fox, and dience at the Christian church in there'if7By'i ay it is an excellent ' Richmond tonight under the auspices likeness. of the Defense League and Lincoln GEOFFREY F. BLANKENSHIP county people are invited to hear Geoffrey Florence Blankenship, him. Prof. T. J. Coates, president of E. K. N. S., in extending the invita- aged 23, died nt the home of his partion says: "I hope that you may see ents, Mr. and Mrs. Sim Blankenship, fit to notify your readers of this ad- near Preachersville, Wednesday and dress, and urge them, where they was buried Thursday in the Preachcan, to come over and hear this great ersville burying grounds after comspeaker who will probably deliver the forting words at the home by J. C. message as no other man in America McClary, of this eity. Mr. Blankenship had been ill only a few days of can do." cerebral meningitis, and his death came as a great shock to his relatives, WHERE IS C. B. MAYES? Several years ago C. B. Mayes, a and many friends. Besides his parblacksmith, lived in Stanford, Ky. I ents, the deceased left several browant fo find him. His only son, J. R. thers, including the I. J.'s excellent Mayes, died last August, leaving both Preachersville correspondent, Mr. B. real and personal estate. I want to I. Blankenship. He was in the draft wind the estate up and want to find and would likely have been sent to him in order to do so. If you know of France in a short white had not his whereabouts, please inform me. death played its part. Fon-tainet n , GT-Bil- nmEiuBmmL tmUVlH - ) Kf, "V , TWAS NOT FOR PERSONAL USE Chief of Police George T. Wood worked up a case Thursday against Clayt Baughman, colored, who had ordered a gallon of booze sent him by express. As is nescessary, Baugh man went before a notary pulbic- and swore that the whisky was for his own use. Mr. Wood kept his eagle eye on Baughman and when ho found - jc 1 MW"" f-- . r Mil lit" Tr- - .fN Page Two TO RESIST THE ATTACK le Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, EXCECL'H ADVICE, THIS The Rev. Dr. Charles A. Eaton, o Friday, February 22, 1918 SUFFERING FROM COLD THE NEW FLOUR RULING Mixed flours containing less than GO per cent, of wheat may bo said without substitutes, according ' to a statment by the United States Food Bapof tho germs of many disrates suclt as pastor of the Mailison-avcnulrV0y-- " ... "rip, Malaria, tist church, of New York, is one of tnoam for nil nf those ministers of the Gospel who ZvJ(oa TO ALL WOMEN WHO ARE ILL i JUNCTION CITY home. Dr. Horace Turner, of tho Danville Mr. H. C. Catron Is having the W. Methodist church, with Prof. Hick- T. Richardson house repaired and man Carter of the D. & D. and Mr. will move to it. NEW HEN RULING A BLESSING , Nelson Rhodes, of Danville, came Mr. Chas. Harbison will have The ruling of the United States out Monday night and spoke at the charge of the Saving Stamp CamFood Administration prohibiting the Baptist church on "Thrift and War paign and he has recently been chosselling of hens and pullets from FebSaving Stamps." Dr. Turner,' who en treasurer of the Christian chruch. ruary 11th to May 1st, 1918, is for made quite a hit with us Junction the purpose of conserving1 the egg City people in July at the flag raissupply of the country and to encourChairman Will H. Hays, of the Rein and in November at Junior Patri-ti- c publican national committee, has age the production of more chickens. meeting, again captured his auIt has been an unfortunate custom invitations to all former dience by his characteristic and manin the State of Kentucky for the farchairmen of the party to be his ly way in which he lambasted the guests at a dinner at the Union Leamer to sell hens during the early Kaiser and it is hoped that after gue club in New York, next Monday spring months, just at the time when Prof. Carter's explanation of the evening. The next day, Mr. Hays they would be producing the most stamps, that many boys and men said he exepcts to see former Presieggs. It is estimated that 1,000,000 and women will try saving at least dent Taft, Charles" E. Hughes and fowls are sold annually from this of moral obligation; the soul of man 25c a day or week or a month and possibly Colonel Roosevelt. oiatu uunng tnis time, rnis repre sents a loss of 30,000,000 eggs, has gone astray. Men who apply for help Uncle Sam get that $2,000,000,-00The output of beer in Austria has Help all. Mr. Rhodes sDoke on been work ask, "Is the work hard?" "How which will be prevented this year. reduced to 8 per cent, of the food conservation. peace time production, according to Heretofore every farmer who has long will it last?" What is the matter with you? Do Prof. O. B. Fallis, county super- an official order effective from Jan. sold a hen during February has lost a day's work because you are men. intendent, was at Shelby City Tues- 1. at least fifty cents per hen by so doing. Therefore, this rule is not a There is no hope for democracy till day on important business connected hardship, but a blessing, as the in- the rich man and the poor man give with the school there. At Lexington Monday at an aver Miss Anna Prewitt has finished her age of $215 a head, 75 heavy horses come to the farmers in Kentucky all they have, their very best. There's nothing of procraatimtiou school air ifermantown and has given were disposed of mainly to'bluegrass will be something like $500,000 more buyers, by the Kentucky Sales Comin this advice. Upon two heads Dr. satisfaction. than if the hens had been sold. Miss Nannie Noble has completed pany at Tattersalls. The nation needs the eggs that Eaton has given the ship foremen the will be laid by those hens in order to most excellent counsel; and it goes increase our food supply and help for all citizens whether they work ft ttfo Wffa ft && with their hands or not. Everybody win the war. tSWSSMpt VAN WINKLE JHN ALLwN. should be on tho lookout lor spies Secretary After May 1st thesVliens'Wy be and propagandists; and every man ' Lk, sold as usiml. :w'm,"Ki:MiL aawsEt-1. i ,to do a i Furthermore, do n&t.irireakW'.nC2 woman should be agar day' irilc" v JfMi life's tha' broody hen. She a"ffv!!kiiL-alsj. behalf, whether at food (ner desire to MrfUettSEB ins on, ioou prouuction or m m-.Kaiser. Give'Jhcr. r! sen me. ax ecera rVI W Ifi' routine that contributes to Vsjb her raise chicfr nrmL,rl .,.: and 1( neral prosperity of the coun ;t"ft. both profitable and pS liaBfft'r v WWV. try. The situation has room for many M'. SAfcKlM7, FRED Federal Food Ad Mttttcrdnanw fnr ministers of the Gospel to do the work that Dr. Eaton is performing Kentucky. ' a"7S;4MaWi(rftJaWBiEaD;irfflaTakfyM gI &!$& so ably among the ship workmen. gestion, Ulllous Attacks, and derangements of ' T '.,or stotr.-- -' nd Bowels. knock his block. And when he comes sneaking around with a bomb, don't say, "Let us pray," but take him out there on the marsh and tie him down and place the bomb on his chest. Light it and stand off and watch him blow to his Kaiser to hell. Be regular Work whether the boss is around or not. The destiny of the country is in your hands. Every man in a shipyard is a fortress of freedom, every rivet a nail in the Kaiser's coffin. I was born in a shipyard and the first smell I can remember is of hot tar and oakum. Our greatest "weakness nowadays is our lack of sense he-me- n. -- places the country's wojfnro ahead of the routine of the pulpit; and while foV-JSw- ' presently engaged in war work ship builders in the favor of tlm amongst the ccrm, If tho Ivor Is Intctlvo and tho Enst, ho lays nside the formal lan blood Impure. guage of ma ciotn ana approaencs What U needed mot Is an Incroaso In the men among whom he labors in n tho stronrth. To do thb tuicccbsfully ou need to put on healthy virile manner of thought nnd address Jtcsh, rouo tho liver to vigorous action, so It will throw off thejo Kcrm. and pu- that must mnke a strong- appeal to rify tho Mood so that thero will bo no them ,as it should appeal to anyone " weak spots," or soil for coming in contact with the good DocWo claim for Dr. Ilcros Golden Medical Dfscovery that It docs all this tor's teachings. in a way peculiar to Itself. Dr. Eaton had occasion the other It cures troubles caused by torpid llvor night to treat of German spies in or Impuro blood. tho shipyards. He did not mince his WoonronD.TKNN. "This is to certify talk on this head. He explained to ... T 11. IIUVC uscu llllll. .100 shin building foremen what Doctor Pierce's measures they should take when deal Golden Medical ing with spies. His suggestions were Discovery for my entirely to the point they might iwo iiiue ooys. i OflO Tifrrlit lin1 well be taken by the Department of sweats, poor appeJustice as a working plan for the optite, sallow, comeratives of the Secret Service and plexion, and had nuit crowine. but other dctectice forces of the United filter giving him, part of a bottle of States. the Discovery' ho commenced to gain Speaking of spies, the Doctor said: and grow. lie dosen't have the night You'll find them here. They'll wait oni-aimiu loom mucil Dclter. fllv Other little bnv had scrofula mid thin till vnnr linrlr is tnrnnd. t.hnv thflv'11 o doctor's !'" nf the men: "Don't pay any failed.. dn not lies i tate tell to him. Don't do any more work r i... to iwntnmnmi ...i, .r , HUV Ul till tion ....w..u times." Mrs Rosa i be IIoqan, than you have to." They'll whisper Koute 1. behind your back and in a hundred ways impede the work. When you Dr. Piorco's Pellets aro unequal 1 as a find such a man, don't wait, don't Liver Pill. One tiny, Pellet a Dose. Curo Sick Headache, Hlllotis say to him, "Come let's talk this Headache, Dizziness, Constipation, Indi- over." Don't ask him to have tea; xwjvirs.izr mmm h. I norm-lightin- g light or dlo. germs aro nvnrvulmrn In t.lin n breathe, n)r J.110 ihius nrc in us U'ho.sn weather, if you have cold hands Administration. to a farm near Shawnee and feet, if colds are stubborn Spceinl rules governing the sales and frequent, then your blood of other mixed flours have been pro This Woman Recommends Run. mulgated. Retailors arc formation to Sergeant Umbra Shoun, of PulasLydia E. Pinkham's Vege- ki county, for six years with Uncle may be thin and impoverished. sell mixed flours containing more cent, flour Har-rodsbu- rg City. Mr. James Cloyd and family have moved from tho Horn farm near the White Oak school and will soon enter the Freshman class at Junction If you shiver in frosty table Compound Her Personal Experience. , - iv.u-ou- mend Liydii x wuui. m recom hcui E. Pinkham's Vegetable germ-growt- IILUUJJJ Hill I .Compound to all I women who suffer from any functional disturbance, as it has dono mo more ood than all the octor's medicine. Since taking- - it I have a fine healthy T 2i .- I ;" 1 m I Sinmr-coutc- d women." Mrs. John Koitelmann, R. No. 1, McLean, Nebraska. This famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, has been restoring women of America to health for more than forty years and it will well pay any woman who suffers from displacements, inflammation, ulceration, irregularities, backache, headaches, nervousness or "the blues" to give this successful remeay a trial. For special suggestions in regard to your ailment write Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. The result of its long experience is at your service. band and I both praise your medicine to all suflforlncr gin ana nave gained in health and strength. My husDaoy Sam's soldiers in Mexico, at Vera Cruz nnd with Gen. Pershing, nnd who got trench feet in France, and was honorably discharged, spoke to a crowd at Crystal Theatre Saturday night nnd entertained all by his recital of German methods of warfare. Mr. Chas. Preston, of Hatticsburg, Miss., has been the guest of his father, Mr. Gratton Preston. Mr. J. O. Carpenter is at home from Cincinnati, where he has" been for several months. Mrs. E. L. Grubbs entertained the Embroidery Club in Washington Colonial style Thursday. Mr. Joseph Knight, of Point Pleasant, Henry county, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Galbreath Saturday and Sunday. Be sure to come out on time to Sunday School and hear Rev. W. P. Walden, of Danville at the Christian church, Sunday, the 24th. Mr. Spalding, of Lebanon, was here Saturday in the income tax campaign. Dr. H. S. Chase moved from the Routt house to thq Ben Durham residence. James Atkins to the Martin place and Claude Lay to the VanDe-vee- r scons EMULSION has been correcting this condi- creating natural body warmth, for charging summer blood with winter richness and strengthening both throat and lungs. possesses rare powers for tion for nearly fifty years. It own American Scott St The Norwegian cod liver oil In Scott'a Emublon Is now refined In our laboratories which makes it pure and palatable. 17-- 12 0. "Troubled nbout 10 years with what the doctors called gall stones, often I thought I would die beforo the doctor could get here, when he would give me a hypodermic of morphine and advise an operation. A neighbor told me about Mayr's Wonderful Remedy for stomach trouble and cince taking the first dose two years ago I have not had an attack nor needed a hypodermic." It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes practically all present ailThere is an oil famine in this sec stomach, liver and intestinal ments, including appendicitis. One tion, although we are supposed to be dose will convince or money refundliving over a lake of it. Pharmacy and The We hear lot of complaint about po ed. The Lincoln 1 Penny Drug Store. tatoes, where they have been placed in cellars or buried, as being froz Five members of one family are en during during the recent cold dead, another seriously hurt and two weather. young men suffered serious injuries Eld. J. G. Livingston will preach when a New York Central Passenat Pine Grove next Sunday at 11 o'- ger train struck a moving van at a clock. Every one invited. .Sunday point near Holland, Ohio. The dead: school at 10 o'clock. Mrs. Michael Plichcinski, 35 years old, and her daughter, Frances, 11; A Franklin dispatch says: One Katheryn, 13; Sophia, 7,and Victohundred and fifty mules were bought ria, 9 years. today by buyers, at an average of $245. A few pairs brought The Executive Council of the Fed$650. In several istances the same eration of Labor in a declaration inmules wire sold "as often as four dorses President Wilson's war aims to times before reaching the shipping and calls upon American workers au- aid in the fight against Prussian pens. tocmoy. out-of-to- DAVIS' STORE is living at Riland, Ky., was visiting relatives in this section Saturday and Sunday. Miss Grade Petrey, the .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Petrey, died of tuberculosis and was buried in the Pine Grove burying ground Saturday. She was one of the brightest girls in this section. Was a member of the Christian church. She was liked by every one who knew her and had one of the sweetest Christ-lik- e dispositions that is very seldom seen in one of her age But God moves in a mysterious way, his wonders to perform. O. L. Spratt and wife, if near Lancaster, is visiting homefolks at J. L. Kidd, who flour. of wheat to than GO per any person unless tho amount of wheat flour substitutes sold is sufficient to make tho total amount of such substitutes, including those in mixed flour, cqunl to the total amount of wheat flour in the mixed flour. For instance, if any mixed flour is purchased containing 60 per cent, wheat flour and 40 per cent, substitutes, it is necessary that an additional 20 per cent, of substitutes bo purchased. This brings it to tho basis of one pound of substitute for each pound of wheat flour. The other exceptions to this basis of purchase, in addition to that of mixed flours containing less than 50 nor ppnt. of wheat flour, are those concerning graham flour and whole wheat flour, which flours may bo sold at a ratio of three pounds to five pounds of wheat flour: and a special exception, which may be granted upon application showing the necessity in the case of specially prepared infants' and invalids' food containing STANFORD LADY OVERCOMES USE OF MORPHINE sJ r'j' Wi'tei WW'' V98iL . , JESSE W. OVERSTREET, Mgr. People's Tobacco Warehou.e At. u work--over- ffcs . B. !. . Wt -- JBMagc ffl 1 , BANISH CATARRH Louisville Times. Breathe Hyomtei For Two Minutes YOU'RE BILIOUS! LET "CASCARETS" LIVEN And Stuffed Up Head Will Get LIVER AND BOWELS Relief HHHHnHHwwfl mWiMmsmx MfrVA'laYMHlflBiaBlBiaHiia BrlKSKSillaiaiaiaiaHaiaiHLBiaiHN . - If you want to get relief from ca- Don't Stay Headachy, Constipated, Sick, With Breath Bed And tarrh, cold in the head or from an irritating cough in the shortest time breathe Hyomei. It will clean out your head in two minutes and allow you to breathe freely. Hyomei will end a cold in one day, it will relievo you of disgusting snuffles, hawking, spitting and offensive breath in a week. Hyomei is made chiefly from a soothing, healing, germ killing antiseptic, that comes from eucalyptus forests of inland Australia where catarrh, asthma and consumption were never known to exist. Hyomei is pleasant and easy to breathe. Just pour a few drops into the hard rubber inhaler, use as directed and relief is almost certain. A .complete outfit, including inhaler and one bottle of Hyomei, costs but little at druggists everywhere and at The Penny Drug Store. If you already own an inhaler you can get an extra bottle of Hyomei at druggists. It Stomach Sour box now. You men and women who can't get foeling right who have hcad- 10-ce- nt Li. LJi ' .' rf TPP&JaMWM w&aafamm Get a fi'tt1;ffim',niEmMsmfflfrpwA TwiHi.fthvMm. WB3MmikkL. laiwMMMMMlMMBBWWSaaMwMMl coated tongue, bad taste and foul Ireath, dizziness, can't sleep, arc bilious, nervous and upset, both ered with a sick, gassy, disordered stomach, or have a bad cold. Are ycu keeping your bowels clean with Cascarets, or merely forcing a passagewiy every few days with salts, catlnrtic pills or castor oil? Cascarcti work while you sleep; cleanse ths stomach, remove the sour, undigested, fermenting food and foul gates; take the excess bile from the livr and carry out of the system all the constipated waste matter and poison in the bowels. A Cascaret tonight will straighten you out by mcrning a box from any drug store will keep your stomach sweet, liver and bowels regular, and head dear for months. Do not forget the children. They love Cascarets because they taste good One thousand members of tho never gripe or siclcen. It 36Gth Infantry, composed of selects from Louisville and Kentucky, have Secretary Bakci authorized the been ordered to other localities. The statement that no date had bee'n unexepectcd order keeps secret tho for tho beginning of the Secdestination of tho soldiers fco will ond draft. Various estimates have be moved in threo sections. placed tho time between March Arthur Uugg, a farmer of Hick- and June 1. These are declared to V man county, is in jail, charged with entirely guesses. Bhooting Young Brooks, of Ouanah, Tex., at tho courthouse at Clinton. Gov. Stanley last week put, to rost Brooks was shot four times. Physia little scheme to push through the cians pronounce his condition as Legislature a bill providing for a in each county at a sal""Many thanks for tho dear letter ary of $60 a month. Doggone the from homo," writes Mrs. Josio Raney Governor. That's tho only 0IH90 many from Baltimore, Md., as she encloses of us could ever hope to win and wo $1,60 for another year's subscription aro not so sure about Uut Cynthi-an- a Democrat to the I. J. 10-ce- nt td dog-catch- er Prices Still Runnin sHioh On the Danville Breaks. Averages Still Scaring and the Growers Are Highly Pleased re-dryi- ns J 1 We will hold auction tales every day, excepting Saturday and holidays from nol on. Y can rest assured th Danville will be the highest market in this section, as we are the closest marks to thejjrgest and leaf floor plan is the best and only way of marketing tobacco to insure the highest doVr to the grower Th facts have been demonstrated in Virginia, North and South Carolina, where the; r have jlen toba C this plan for the past fifty years. Drive your wagon to the Danville market. ou willtLrays finj ome attend to your wants, and welcome you. During the sale we will do our very bei t to getfjou the highest Ir price for your tobacco. All the large factory buyers are on hand at each sale. We havf.Xperienced ll men departments to look after your interests, including two of the finest auctioneers ii 1 this onLv other taf r " n 1! e.ue.t . oo not Duy iodrcco except on saie at CVB,?:ln, we dl increased make, no . "W1- -" ucre. iie wareuuuit uuicicuvc auction. strictly business. Free stables and no rejection fee. Appreciating your past patronage, 'we hope U Will seecommission vour urav clear to bring us your tobacco, guaranteeing you the highest market prices, abso utely ac ite weights and an all around square deal. TL :i"'":r i""rr." '"" "" i. M. DUNN, President Peoples Tobacco Waremoule Co. I Incorporated " DANWILLE, ENTUCKY The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kektucky, Friday, February 22, 1918 - Rev. Masters, pastor of the ChrisAt the request of Dr. E. J. Dro of Stanford, n mettinir was called n tian church, has had his appoint7:30 last Friday eveninjr, for the pur ment changed from the third Sunday nose of orcanizinir a "Liberty Ser to the first Sunday of each month. $fflt f.nntontsl5Eluid Bract The graded and high school will vice Lcacuc." The meeting was hol Masonic Lodge Hall, with thil give an entertainment here on the at the dU.i in For Infants and Children. fnllowintf trentlomen J. present: Rev evening of Fch. 22nd, An honor ofW. Davis, J Washington's birthday. intcrestA. II. Bnuch, Prof. II. Yowell, S. M. Brown, W. M. Klfrc.ling program is being arranged by of nil the grades consisting G. C RifTc, J. B. Rifle, S. G. ncv. Holmes Wyatt, John 13. Dinwid f patriotic drills, plays and songs. die. George Dinwiddie, Dr. W. J. he pupils will be dressed to imitate Childress, W. H. Lair and C. W. Ad- - eoplo living in Washington's time. Mrs. Ann Bnugh and son have nms. After sneeches by Messrs. Wm. . J rnnnr..!! PF.H GENT. AlX.An(nMolVMiafA(lOnforAS Severance,.. T. J. Hill nnd K. S. Al oved into the small dwelling i yi. u. to Dr. W. D. Laswell. com, ot staniorci, anai oonn n n: ;:i.:Aih.rrwl bvReuUV of Morcland, outlining plans Meredith Francis and family have tlncStomacteandBc pQQTK, and purposes of the League, an or oved to Mrs. Louisa Sincleton's conization was formed with Prof. J use, having sold their property to W. Davis, as chairman and C. W. Ad- c contractors here. It was not safe PfomotIn4Bw", Thereby -, live in the house on account of the ams, secretary. Pledge cards were ChccrfulnesswwKesuw.."-Optam.Morphtacnor, handed to each one present with in- avy blasts in making the new tun- neither -structions to keep them one' week and 1. Mineral. HoTswy M rend daily, before signing them. The A few of our boys are expecting to cqllcd to army service within the chairman appointed Rev. A. H. JptatSmt Baugh, John B. Riffe, John B. Dint few days, illie Sweeney and wife are living widdie and C. W. Adams, a commit-to- o and called a h thir aunt, Mrs. Louisa Single to draft meeting for 'Thursday night, Feb. tl while he has a position here on amMISqtr Jwdnfiffit tmt 21st, for the purpose of forming a tl double tracking work Thanks organization. i .fnA,fD(me(tvfof nnrmnnpnf. a Routcn has returned to Indi- aftcr a week's stay with his were extended the visiting gentlents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Routcn men for their fine talks and the inlOSSOFStBEP He was called home "to be cx- terest they manifested in the matter, v AVwU t ed for the army, but failed to after which the meeting adjourned. racSimilcSinaSl." the examination. GIRLS HAVE WAVY, B. Marks spent one night last w with ttoorce bturceon anu fam- THICK, GLOSSY HAIR FREE FROM DANDRUFF iljlt Goochtown. u. itrown, oi i.ex:ngton, was taPUC tjU.eE?. Save Your Hair! Double Its Beauty hd between trains Sunday. d: t 'C AiT VII r TiT Verett Dye visited homefolks In A Few Moments KLCJuJWaiHL. Sday. Try This! rs. Sam Padgett and children, Exact Copy of Wrapper. THC CtNTOn COMTANY NtV VORlt CITY If you care for heavy hair, that wnhave been here for several !Lifewir'vV'iMJiES3BHfcgMDMftM.iii IsMSaKSsasB "listens with beatuy and is radiant mc is. with the family of G. W. with life; has an incomparable soft- He :nr are visiting relatives near is fluffy and lustrous, try W: osburg. They will return to "The Marquis" do Castillo, who ness and the home at Memphis, Tenn., in a War Department regulations have Tlnnderine. been so amended as to permit officers soupht huee sums from J. P. Mor Just one application doubles the feAiays. Is Odie Walls, of Somerset, is and men of the army to be served gan and who borrowed $500 from beauty, of your hair, besides it im with alcoholic liquors in the homes of W. E. D. Stokes, is believed to be a mediately dissovles every paruciu ui hemttending school. s Mabel Hatler is visiting her their relatives or friends outside of French deserter. Government you cannot have nice, are now considering wheth- dandruff; the camp zones. healthy hair if you havp dan- gr: mother in Casey county, this er he shall be deported as an unde- heavy, This destructive scurf robs the we ' druff. sirable alien. Brigade at Camp The Depot 3. Gilliland, E. G. Gilliland and hair of its lustre, its strength and its is to be discontinued. very life, and if not overcome it pro- Fr Reynolds went to Pulaski Sun-dOfficers at Camp Zachary Taylor itching of see Mrs. Allen Gilliland, who must not seek promotions through duces a feverishness and roots iamisn, is r ill. "pull" from outside friends. Accord the scalp; the hair V. C. Gilliland and children ing to an order made known, all pro loosen and die; then the hair falls spc Sunday with Mrs. J. T. Brown. motions, assignments, transfers or out fast. s was recieved here last week "If your hair has been neglected special consideration must come only and is thin, faded, dry, scraggy or of death of Lawrence Eubank in channels. through military t6o oily, get a small bottle of Knowl Phi x, Ariz. The remains have That increased wages for railroad ton's Danderine at any drug store or bee lipped here for burial and are goon. Mr. Eubanks was a employes are necessary was toilet counter for a few cents; apply er'-'BOTH BLUE GRASS minutes sonuj-s- Eliza Eubanks, of Green by representatives of a major- - n utMd nsl2Usatfla-ana.ien jiwn.yMnRaLji ffiTter you will say this was the best Briaijo was her youngest child and u.. or urd a ndt before the Railroad Wage Commis investment you ever made. has afys been so unfortunate as to , n your sion. " Let me We sincerely believe, regardless of have larms. He has been traveling pro, I WUI come -- - ..- of everything else advertised, that if with now for the past four years. MWHIEfcCO. you desire soft, lustrous, beautiful The pe of his death is not yet fc, KT. LPUISVIl hair and lots of it no dandruff no knowMuch sympathy is felt for lou. Will list farms anywhere witn Literal ' "tnwnt Waynesburg. itching scalp and no more falling the liives and especially the moSO miles of paid in Vid full val hair you must use Knowlton's Dan- ther, io is bowed down in grief derine, if eventually why not now? over 'loss of her invalid son. 'MlaesansJ Mrilarguerite Young visited her ICMtlklMf SAUFLEY WAYNESBURG, KY. daufrh. Mrs. Robert E. Lee last Logan's Creek school closed week. D. C. Lair was teacher. who has been workMiss Jennie Sampson has ing atexington for some time, is at from a severe attack of masles. home ain. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Boone and lit Gece Sturgeon, of Goochtown, tle son spent Sunday with her par- was ilast week on business. immeents, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Floyd, at Mrs)hn Walls and grandmother, You Stanford, fence. wire Mrs. cy Leach visited Mrs. W. C. diately. Also Mr. and Mrs. Richard Martin and Dye o day last week. family haye moved to Harlan county. E. t,Gilliland lost a valuable cow course Mr. Pitts Sampson is visiting his last vk. He also bought two cows see me. brother in Columbus, 0., before he is at thJorner sale for $55 and $88. ide. Come called to war. JohHart sold a pair of mules last Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Slaughter, of week. Somerset, spent a few days with her sister, Mrs. J. M. Ware. HEAIAND NOSTRILS Mrs. A. E. Grimes was the guest STUFFED FROM COLD HUSTONV1LLE KINGS MOUNTAIN Page Ihree GASTORIA Genuine Castoria r housewife must give the first aid in colds, coujb.3 nnd other ailments. Her promptness in applying tlio remedy often saves n serious illness. Her experience with remedies has led her to know that PERUNA is always reliable, that eho should have it on hr.nd for the immediate treatment of coughs and colds, and that it is always to her Mr Ccorge Parker, Wis., writes: 'Wc have used oirr family far a number of vear, nud have found It a perfectly reliable medicine. It soon rids the iys-tcof any traces of a cold, and prevents serious PERUNA in Your Home A The Family Mothers Know That Always McKin-lteache- rs Ir" Si A Safeguard The experience of one woman, given herewith, 13 typical of thousands of letters that reach the Peruna Company from grateful friends who have found their homes incom plete, and their family safety m danger without PERUNA. "" bc-ngi- e, -- Signature of .V began tralnd It for catarrh, which I sullered with a flood rrtinv venrs. vm una noi dccd very serious unm recently. I have taken Peruna the dropping In my Since throat has discontinued, und my head and nose arc not eo stepped up la the morning. I am pleased with the results, and shall continue to uoit until I am entirely rid of catarrh. "I heartily recommend It us an honesthncdiclne." What It does for her it Is ready to do lor you. "I SS5BKfl NEWfii - iT W Colds and Catarrh market proves it, beyond question, to be the reliable family remedy, ever ready to take, preventing the serious cfTects of colds, coughs, grip and derangements of tho digestivo organs. This proof is published from time to time and many families have profited by it. RtneBWynniataini PERUrH h tilltt fern In your ereraieaw. Carry It Witt roo tad b fortified ifiiut ituldca itticli. The Peruna Company, Columbus, Ohio M A 5 In bv-la- The great weight of testimony that has accumulated in the 44 years that PERUNA has been on the mm 5 Ir Thirty Years Use Fnr fluor 1 Ku T EKr T - I SH Representative W. F7 .Klair, of Lexington, is agitating an early ad journment of the General Sentiment favoring an early i djourn-meis snid to be gaining s renjjth, s.'fH. i although it is not believed ent number of advocates will ha f n cured in both branches of t scmbly to hiing about the suit sought. The final date for adj under the State Constiin ton falls this vear on March 20. nt -ivn-mo- The seizure of the private files of Henry Vecdcr, general counsel for Swift & Co., packers, by Francis J. Hen y, representing the Federal Trade Commission, was upheld by Fed' ral Judge LandU. The seizure was made under the espionage net. At Thomas F Punlup & Son's, sale mult-at v'ersaillos 100 ...., n.M.i coin r.m.. w, i!i..i'iiii r Mt. Sierl ng, paid So2." for a pair. ; " Fif'stn rmirs .iVfrtared H'l'O. ""TTftrCTrrTr?saM-pgr- - I For Shee p . We are headquarters for all kinds of a; Want200Farms To Sell 1.tr --" 1 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. . Pig-Chow Purina Feed Cow-chow con-ced- I ? T. W. JONES-Pho- ne No. 1 Monroe Thompsor IS-FUR- S. PTl 2KI Storage Battery Station Lev-Hudso- Installed Frozen and Old Batteries Made New. Also sell New Attention! must get your Fertilizer jaers m have car loadf the Vulcan now Of to Batteries Come In and See Us E. T. Pence, J. Stanford Which Is Morj Urgent? LIFIN StRANCE FIRE INSURANC- EImp t? Ohfres. you intend itln,Y0outanwo7uldYnUotf aliyow of Mrs. Sam Boone Monday. house to remain night. realize your over to msi kfter ifhile when little able tdo so." "a You surelyije. All men do. "tyre mor likely to die withinVeeK on year, than your M is to dm. do. MX J&'WK'KM iZ Dealstroys aineo nml ir. revoca n whole 'jn part, the ,. burn, proviueir !,,,. 'does but youyour incom hose youVe,the daily can wants the in is destroyed, vas S3. come clanu counion to feed euuciyour cnii. and earning capacity unimpanrea. dren. nt nlT If ylfe is not at or nsufficientount, your house is not insured If , all. or for an .nsumwou- y "ft, ' Carry the Risk friend has had his home thirty years, and hasHo has been l"T fire. though no xorjunate in that, fTho money " Inn. HOW tO SHOW pa1d out Z5 YOU Youife angabies ry the Ik Yoi md has had ijf0 jn sured 30 years, jw now an oil. He is ifoto in havin d, and he f something to show for money paid His cash vajffords a con de support f own i declh jars. Yovcold will break and all grippe miserjend after taking a dose of "Pape Cold Compound" every two hours ntil three doses nre taken. nosIt pmptly opens clogged-utrils :d air passages in the head, stops asty discharge or nose runAlfred Sears, of Pulaski, sold a ning, dieves sick headache, dullness, pair of black mare mules toHenry feverimess, sore throat, sneezing, Turpin, .for $500. sorents and stiffness. Doit stay stuffed up! Quit blowing ai snuffling! Ease your throbbing tad nothing else in the world gives uch prompt relief as "Pape's Cold ompound," which costs only a few cnts at any drug store. It acts withot assistance, tastes nice, and cause: no inconvenience. Accept no p BLUE LICK Mr. John , Lay has two very sick children. y There will be preaching at this place Saturday and Sunday. The Death Angel visjted the homo of Mr. Ollie Dyehouse, and took his little son last Sunday. The burial took place Tuesday. "Pape Cold Compound" Ends )Id Or Grippe In A Few Hours The Danville Buick Co. DANVILLE, L. B. CONN, Prop. KENTUCKY Walnut Street, Phone 798 OVERWORKED, Worn Tires In this time of high cost of living, why not economize. Bring us your old tire and let us Half-Solit with the famous Half-SolGates so it will run longer 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 arid it wiil be done right. e e IIP WUHAN TOOK VINOL Now She is Strong and substute. It Hearty ,Utu iq MORE GENT? I m r. SEE ME TOI! m. Headquarters for All Kfef lnsurar mm mp Philadelphia, Pa. "I was overworked, run down, nervous, could not cai or sieep. i ten like crying all the tune. I tried different remedies without benefit. The doctor said it was a wonder I was alive, and when Vinol was given me I began to improve. I have taken eight bottfes and am now strong and perfectly healthy in cciy jcbucci, ana nave gained in weight I can not praise Vino! enough."--MSarah A. Jones, loss Nevada St, Philadelphia, Pa. We guarantee Vinol to make overworked, weak women strong or' return your money. Formula on ever bottl". This is youc Drotectioi Tk. Peas? Drag Store, Stanford, Ky. r. The General Electric Company has ratified tho Navy department that itshortly will have to shut down three (f its great plants engaged on war oners for the United States nnd the iUies because tho Shipping Boards action in taking tank steam- ers of the Gulf Refining Company for oti rseas traffic has cut off its supply f fuel oils. The International Rubber Sales ' , "I ei closo $1,60 for my wife's sub scriptioh to one of the best papers in tho State," writes Col. F. M. Sims, of Lawrehceburg. W. A. Reynolds will Bhortly start up his tobacco factory at Junction City. ::::::: Company J. B. Williams, Mgr. Danville, Kentucky G. H. MASTERS, Local Agent, Stanford, Ky. 3TM a ! m. S& TPa vw T&SV iGKi3S !?JF- - wMlSimkmmA Mi y' s rimmwiTiMmi i - "nir?ma)Kl9H TnTrTnBlM?HM ' t J11 ; "Tfrm Page Four The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentuc! iyf Prick THE INTERIOR JOUI February 22, 1918 - Intereet Bearing Assets Or E. C. Wattea IMtrid at aaJ J. HWfltfc' ..r IM."I ' 1 fM polefif m Utmttr neend tmm mam monrr, Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Ky. $22,250.00 U. S. Liberty Loan Bonds, 4s 869. 76 War Saving Stamps, 4s U. S. Certificates of Indebtedness 0.000.00 4s 87,500.00 United States Bonds, 2s 1 United States Bonds, 3s Lincoln County Turnpike Bds. 4s... 1 2,500.00 3,000.00 Lincoln County Court House Bds. 31,500.00 4s United Kingdom of Great Britain 30,000.00 and other Bonds, 5s Stock in Federal Reserve Bank 6s 4,550.00 137,772.43 Cash and bal. due from banks 356,975.16 Loans and Discounts - Total 696,887.37 "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE" STANFORD, KY. HUSTONVILLE Lindsay Reatherford has been at home a few days. J. L. Beazley and Frank Smith, of Stanford, were here Tuesday. Less Reid and family, of Danville, have been with relatives here. Eugene Dunn purchased a pair of mare mules for $410. Ollie Eubanks, of the Mt. Salem section, was a visitor here Tuesday. Mrs. Uriah Dunn remains about the same. She is able to sit up a little. Mr. George Eubanks, out on the Middleburg road, is some better at present. Miss Kate Bogle went to Lexington last week to visit her sister, Miss Elizabeth Bogle. Miss Kate Warrlnor 'was called To' Lexington last week to attend the burial of a friend. Jesse Carpenter, of Junction City, was in our midst last Sunday. He is express agent on the Q. & C. Bowman Owens and family, of Mc- Kinney, spent Sunday with his par-- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Owens. Robert Ford had a large force of men last week spreading his large crop of hemp on the fair ground. W. J. Campbell bought of C .M. Back a lot fronting on Danville avenue, containing about three acres ld John Lynn, Thomas and John Back, of Danville, were here Tuesday evening on business. The Back brothers are farming on Mr. Lynn's large farm near Danville. Uncle Ephraim Godbey still remains in a serious condition from a severe lick on his hand, made by a miss-lic- k with a hatchet, while cutting up corn for the cow. f r From Toal, on the south shore of the Gulf of Finland, to Rovno, part of the famous triangle of fortresses which stood as a Muscovite bulwark in the early days of the war, the German invasion of Russia rolls forward like a great tidal wave. The formal message of surrender as yet has not been received, by the German high cdmmanirTn RussTarfri"d"the is not likely to abate until abject acceptance of peace in the hands of the German staff. Tnvnsion Russia's terms is general S Si f( Cl w The eastern part of the United States faces a serious food shortage which will continue for two months, Food Hoover anAdministrator nounced last night, and put the entire blame on railroad congestion. The situation, according to Mr. Hoover, is the most critical in the country's history. The only remedy he sees is greatly increased movement of foodstuffs to the exclusion rs for $590. The Food in Gilmore Burton's of much other commerce. The small-po- x family, out on the Middleburg pike, Administration's action in placing is of a very mild form and all are the blame upon the railroads was resented by Mr. McAdoo. getting better. A killing frost on or about the IS) A WORD TO MOTHERS of May may be expected from the Mrs. E. J. Bedard, Cowich, Wash., old saying of thunder in February says: "Foley's Hpney and Tar is the which was on the 19th. bei.t I ever used. I always keep a botJ. D. Burton is getting along nice- tle in the house for the children. A quick cure for coughs and colds." It ly, we hear with his case of smallheals raw, inflamed surfaces, loosens pox, which he contracted by sleeping Er.legm, eases hoarseness and difficult checks racking coughs. with Lucien Dye, a short time ago. Uncle "Foddy" Wheeler arrived Sold Eveywhere. Lexington, Dock Drye, of Stanford, was a home Tuesday from where he had been for a week with guest of Col. George D. Weather-for- d yesterday. Mr. Drye has mnny his son, Dr. Carl Wheeler, who is in a very critical condition. friends in Danville. Advocate. Ladies' Spring Apparel wool, at colors, at Ladies' Spring Coats, all colors, in silk and $5.98 to $22.50 Ladies' Skirts, satin, serge and poplin, in all . . . . .... Tint ATlH SPPlTl!! HkO atinrlmw nf nnlloultvf' T Walk-Ov- er tamlaiinu witVi mnnv nnonle is to gard Abraham Lincoln as the Infer of the two figures. It is trite of All Lincoln faced and grasped an mcjF" parably bigger situntion, and (intended with far greater forces, ret still featuring the English model as fanthe resources back of him and a) his models of infinitely greater cy dictates. Also several commnnd were Washington's greatness is see. in old price, no advance 1918 spring styles-sa- me comparison with the pitifully meger on these. means which he controlled. The of a broken force of rtfged in all leathers. patriots, half fed, half clothed, oor- Ladies' Walk-Over-s ly armed, his attempt must iave a work of exclusiveness. seemed hopeless to the wordlywiso of his time. It was not merely the foe he iced, but the petty and sordid divisUs of the forces behind him. He wi the leader not of a nation, "but of aroup of jealous and bickering Stat and Conefss. fnder nf n. any ordinary generalship his otes quely equipped army would nave turned tail and scattered wiin a Traveling Bags Cases. Solid year. But somehow by consumate grades. Also and faith in the guiding hand of'rovi-dencspeed of thought td acby a for Ladies' Dress a vaatlyaperi-o- r tion that foe, he won out against alluman regaed by odds. So he will ever-bhistory as one of the world great military commanders. It was another test of "ishing-ton- 's greatness that he v not drawn into the petty politic feuds MAIN KY. of his later years. He wsbigger party, abto see than any political beyond and around the ordiry partisan viewpoint. Robert Long, Sr., a prominent citThe U. S. Senate Committee cut SERVICE LEAGUE AT C. O. If we ' can use the rrvelous out the usual appropriation of $242,-00- 0 The following gentlemen went to izen of the Cottonburg section of science and the mighty for enlistfor seeds to be sent free by the Crab Orchard Wednesday night and Madison, is dead of ptomaine ed in our war, with as mi skill, members, but is is dollars to dough- organized a Liberty Service League: alertness and second miljt' judg- nuts that it will be reinserted, as Messrs. Wm. Severance, Charles A. ment as Washington showefre shall usual. The free seed proposition is a Hardin, J. S. Owsley, K. J. Francis, win this war. If we can ma'est the delusion and a snare, generally speak- E. L. Reinhart, G. H. Masters, W. T. same lofty independence oifmerely ing, as many of the seed sent out will Saunders, James P. and J. C. Bailey. partisan spirit that he shed, we not germinate, but the old election- J. C. McClary and Drs. T. W. Pen shall be helped still further estabeering trick will continue to fool nington and J. B. Perkins. A League lish the great principles fojiiich he those who are proud to be remember- composed of quite a number of the contended. ed by their Congressman or Senator. good citizens was formed with II. G. Skilcs chairman and Dr. M. M. Phil Have for sale all kinds of Farm niT The Republicans and sdi foolish It seems to be the gneral lips secretary. J. Thomas Cherry and City Property. Any Democrats complain thafesident information dethat any man who can preach W. D. Edmiston were made vice- sired will be cheerfully given. Call Wilson has not drafted asshould, and expound the Scriptures is com- chairmen. or phone 32, Junction City, Kentucky the leading republicans pid him petent to become an army chaplain in the prosecution of thrar. He but the fact that a .training camp for tried it once at least to hhagrin. at wftiPiWdcle-gatio- n He sent Eiihu Root -- . tnwFortress and at cost of m.any t ands more is requisite. The1 would-b- e of dollars to Russia to get Rus- chaplains are to be taught military sians in line with the fight De law. international military law, mocracy and although this inent science and tactis and hygiene. Republican reported that h d ac complished wonders, the resu shows The Jessamine Journal says that -that the mission was the mc uiser County Judge Brown Buford, of that Cas-mg- s. county, may be the Republcan candiable failure ever pulled off, this date for Congress in this district W. S. Kaltenbacker, the iitical year. Richmond Register. What was sage of the Louisville lm says the remark the woodchuck made just that Judge Charles Kerr's ncoln before taking his flight? day speech at the rcpublit pow wow in that city has made ;r re- THE BONTA FARM AT AUCTION In another part of this paper will publicans, who have their s on Senator James' seat, sit up take be seen the advertisement of the notice. If such a speech :if can Bonta farm, in Mercer county, which make him strong with his par t cer- will be sold at auction by the Intertainly is a shame on it. In id of state Realty Co., Paul'Finch, Manalaudation for the great Li In it ger, Tuesday next, 26th. The place is was a thinly disguised attac n the a very desirable one and should bring President that ought to dai him a good price. forever politically. THE GETHA SALE MONDAY On Monday next at his place three Perhaps the Lincoln des ation Ottenheim John ;nded miles South of day was so because it was i Getha will sell a lot of cattle, horses, by a lot of small bores mor ntent farming implements, etc. bee saacxsxxxxxxxxtfx: XJXXXXXXJ on getting a chance at the loi 5 and mules, on the sixth page oi 8 fishes than in paying repsed i the advertisements this paper of what he will dispose of. martyred president. Ed Mori was not there, neither was Judge d HEAR REV. JOHNSON. A. T. Hert or Judge J' s. No Bear in mind that Rev. Andrew wonder it degenerated into parti- Johnson, of Wilmore, will address an Ran nowwow and that patriot i was open session of the Liberty Service lost sight of, even if surh i :rowd League at the tonight at e over felt so noble an impulatj 7:30. Ladies as well as gentlemen Those rugs invited. . linoleum ir,-A bill is before the Legisl re to are our prohibit ambulance chasing kd to lease call same we law- penalize the practice. give uj use, yers make it a business to stle for 28th. railroad accidents as soon 4 they hear of them and try to jnd e tne Of all the vital times injured to let them bring sit for in life, the birth of a baby Is the climax of damages. It is a very repreinsive nature's most won practice and ought to be puiinder derful evolution. After a. period or anxious the ban of the law. torlna FOR WASHINGTON'S BIRTjHDJ An tVio vnnrn rrn on. OeorCCV Incrtnn. Father of His Country Shoes of Distinction The Shoe The World's Greatest Shoes We are other the tntn tVlO (litnrfl tt er These are faint-hearte- d Traveling Bags Suit Cases Trunks e, Leather and Suit the cheaoer Steamer Trunks larger Trunks. We are headquarters and Men's Wear out-witt- e McRoberts, Bailey & Rupley STREET STANFORD, J. S. Bonta & Co, Real Estate 5. chaplains-haa-.,been,1e4tabli- Monroe-bTiuvr- o-- - VULCANIZING 3 Bring us our damaged Auto WwiU vulcanize them and often doujle their milage, for a very small cost We also want you to see our FfcD TRACTOR for your plowing ad heavy hauling. The Aderson Garage Stanford, Ky. & O'-Re- - At tion, Please at and iiiji jj as court-hous- So-ca- ll YoungWomenAwaiting The Great Crisis and get February iiP I $2.98 to $9.98 Ladies' Waists, in crepe de chene, Georgette 98c to $5.98 crepe and voiles . . . Ladies' Suits in latest style, $12.50 to $25.00 We have a few bargains left jn ladies' win-te- r . $2.98 to $9.98 . .. suits, at High Top Shoes at a Bargain Tobacco Canvass is selling fast. Better come and get yours , There is an effort to have tl islature legalize the working mers on Sunday, but it anna man who believes that the cor ments should be obeyed and t farmer, like other people, car the work necassary in six day an unjustifiable effort to su man made law for God made Leg ' far to a nand it the all to be itituto do aw. The Bargain Store SALEM & SAL Kentucky suffers another .failure of justice, Deputy U. S. MaVswl Eu bank, who killed City Clerk Rf.go at Mt. Sterling, was let off yifh ten years, when if we read the testimony aright, death alone could atone for uch a murder. 1 hands employed. by the Lehigh. railroad long to catch on to mam'swaya They have already gone or pjtrike lor mgner waffee ana lewer It did not take the womw!stlon t the pain and danger of 'the crisis is to be avoided. Three ceneratidns have found sreat re lief from the many discomforts of approaching motherhood, by the safe, massage, "Mother's Friend". i It gently softens every fibre, cord, tendon and ligament. The drawn skin beTension and comes soft and elastic train upon the expanding abdominal muscles Is relieved when baby arrives; morning; sickness or nausea usually Is not felt and the crisis la passed wim wuniio ly less pain and danger. t "Mother's Friend" has been used by expectant mothers with the greatest suc4 cess for over forty years. Get a bottle from the druggist today write the Bradfleld Regulator Co.. had Dept E, 200 Lamar Building, Atlanta, Oa., for a, valuable book brimful of use. ful Information. The book will be mailed to yett without charge. Do not by any means, neglect to begin the use of "Mother's Friend"; the preparation Is a real aad wonderful aid to na tare la her work. time-honor- waiting;, the hour arrives for the advent of a new life. Nature must be aided during; this waiting; period If Buy These Emi B ling Lumber and Scraps for kind- - Plant For Sale W ill Pl :he sell one Litchfield Lighting ce&Son i The lnterjpr Journal, Stantod, KfAupkyj Friday, February 22, 1918 Page Five ,,, Stop Clin Aginy Mjtli thanks ftrtlrl - and appropriate re- - 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. f In Uw "Oets-If'-Se- FurStkoiifc e ns Aw. George A. Eubanks, of the WeppErtd, is very low with pneumo iiiiiii,,iii..ttt, BUY THE I 30x3 1-- FAMOUS Corns Peel Off! gives The relief that "Gets-It- " the way It maKes from corn-painntl calluses peel off painlesscoma ly In one piece 1b ono of the wonders of the world. The woman in "G.t Me 'CettJt' Quick! It Euei Corn Palm and Makes Corns Petl Right Offl" nia.l Miss Lissa Holtzclaw is down from Richmond, where she is teaching, to spend a few days with her mother Gordon Auto Casings 2 $22.00 and slater. Fred HendorfT and mother, who have made the Ottcnheim section of uthis county their home for the past zy ycurs, aru moving oacK 10 near Columbus, 0 News comes from Hustonvillc that I Mrs. Bohon, wife of Dr. J. T. Hohon, mfferod n stroke of paralysis last v ight nnd that she is in a very prc- I arious condition. Miss Mary Wallin went up to Cc- v r Crock today to spend a few days 1 ith her father, Mr. W. D. Wnllin, o is ill. Her brother, Ernest Wal- is at homo from Camp Taylor i Y a few days. Positive Guarantee to Run 6,000 Miles Sold and Guaranteed by In anticipation of this new bond issue, this Bank now offers its services to purchase for its customers and the public the said certificates, and later 'fcllffltelliSfc'fa.Hkl the bonds. JdC -- I isV yf mmrrLJELi sxz'-icmm sTVfm W SlSlSlSlBH V ll.av The Lincoln Pharmacy The vV m JWfBH V jMrfJMmflBs. W t utterances, was acquitted. At a metting of the stockholders of t Perryville fair W. J. DeBaun was dieted president, R. W. Purdom (Jretary and C. D. Minor treasurer. I have a nice lot of Women's Overcoat, Men' Suit, Odd Pant, Overall, Underwear, Ladie' Dreet of All Kind, Ladie' Shoe, U Charlie Wright, of near Trimble, Goods. Merchants will do and lots of other things in Ready-Mad- e v i in the city Saturday, and says well to attend this sale. I can saye them money on anything found in my stock. Sale begins at my store in Crab Orchard, at t t the birds in his section were Carl ABhlock assisted in Phillips & PERSONAL AND SOCIAL r toy XL Lawrence 1:00 P. M., on next Co.. Chicago. 111. s ed. The farmers fed them during 23 The Woman's Club will Phillips' store during the rush of the Feb. Sold in Stanford and recommend' t cold- - weather, and, in that way meet in the Red Cross rooms at sale. Miss Goldie Byington, of Louisa, ed as the world's best corn remedy i ay were kept from freezing to 2:30 P. M. ( th. Somerset News. has been the guest of Mrs. John C. by The Penny Drue Store. Everybody is invited. This is your opportunity to get bargains! Mrs. Logan Hubble were Pepples. 'robably the most interesting case Mr. and J. T. Embry is over from The aged Mr. D. Eubanks, of the in Lexinglon Monday. with the homefolks for a few t be tried in Circuit Court during February term is that of the Far Mrs. M. C. Newland is spending the Milledgeville section, is very ill of days. s Tobacco Warehouse Company, week with relatives in the Cedar pneumonia. Mrs. W. E. Varnon arrived today h has brought a damage suit to XXXXXXSXXXXXSXXSStttttttXXXXXXXXX&tt J. Randolph Harris, of Lancaster, from Asheville, N. C, for a brief creek section. Mrs. S. H. Martin, of Mt. Vernon, was here Thursday afternoon ming- visit. ver $40,000 on a charge of con- spent svcral days with her daughter, ling with old friends. Misses Ethel and Marie Powell slacy of slander by buyers of the Miss Cora Lee, night telephone op- went to Crab Orchard this morning W. O'Bryan, R. J. Reynolds and J Mrs. Harry Jones. Postmaster H. J. McRoberts has erator here, has returned after a for a brief stay. Ifaylor tobacco companies. Rich d Register. been ill several days but is back visit to her mother at Paris. Mrs. C. C. Adams, of Cairo, 111., Miss Mary Lee Givens, of Lincoln is expected tonight to visit her sis- CNT-A-WORagain at his post of duty. We are receiving cream every day and test your cream, and pay D ADS Mrs. C .Hays Foster arrived Wed- county, is the guest of Miss Virginia ter, Mrs. Harry Jones. you the cash. We are paying this week hire are 1 cent a word each Issue, cah Harrods-bur- g nesday from Washington City, where Givens, on College street. order: no ail 1pm than 2Sc each Iffiie.) Mike Penny is back at his post in Democrat. she went to see her brother, Paul The Penny Drug Store after an illptary public blanks for sale at Mr. J. G. Burnside and daughter, ness of a week or more. Nuchols, who is in army service. office. of Mrs. J. V. Arnold, left Tuesday for Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Carter, L. Wearen Hughes arrived from ACCURACY IN TEST AND FAIR DEALING TO ALL IRE Fence, barrel and sack salt Mitchellsburg, spent several days Birmingham, and other points South. Memphis today to spend a few hours p ft. D. Newland & Son's. Lancaster Record. with friends here, including their with his mother and brother. bit SALE Pony, Misses Mary Louise Deatherage grandson, Edwin Depauw Carter. Welch Rochester has gone to ColB. Dinwiddie, of More-lan- and Mary Allen, of Richmond, were umbus, Ga., to spend a week or so tl and harness. G. B. Harris, Crab Col. John RAY BELDEN, Agent lG-came down Tuesday afternoon among those young ladies from a dis- - with his relative, Mr. E. P. Owsley. (lard, Ky. Stanford, Kentucky Belden's Repair Shop )R SALE S. C. Brown "Leghorn and qualified as administrator of the tance who attended the dance last Mrs. A. J. Borders and two handof J. W. Wilson. Mr. Wilson night. Louisville this cirels. Mrs. W. F. Dishon. R. F. D. estate some sons went to MIMIIMHIIIII IMMsl I !!! 1. Phone 8120. Mrs. E. D. Pennington and Miss morning for a visit of several days 'Ml lllll mxs22mmmc$&2RS2sx&a?aeti2sz3t died some ten days ago. Mrs. C. E. Schocne and son, and Mary Pennington, of Danville, are to friends. VING ROOMS Several desire- Miss Willie Moore, of St. Louis, and spending several days with her par R. N. Sampson, who will leave for rooms for rent over my store, nnts. QnTrnyylm yMluElleJMiJplJCrab Orcharjd Til "Mr, andJ"Mrs. Charles Trub, out uay, spent fnr'. training'. ttnxt. Mon- - S7 f once. E. T. Pence. several days of this week News comes from tho bedside of in Lexington. iNTED A good farm Mary Warren, who continus quite Wiiirnish house and garden. J. S esley, who was operated on Jason Miss Mary Moore Raney, who is Mmv. Stanford, R. F. D. No. 5. aick. m,. nnrl Mrs. Paul Burnam are re for app ndicitis in Louisville a few teaching at Richmond, is expected I have for sale 10 or A SALE ceiving congratulations from ineir days ap that he is rapidly recover- this afternoon for a visit to her 12 Irs of broke mules now ready of a ing. Lerty News. arrival font plow. Phone 3G01 Danville. homefolks here. host of friends upon the Tuesday afRev. .. II. Baugh, of Hustonville, 14tf Mr. George Hunn and two sons and J. rcss. little son in their home youngster was in e city yesterday. He was 3 SALE A good stallion, sevMrs. Priscilla Brown, of Moreland. ternoon at 1 o'clock. The en i-- old. Will sell at a bargain if d by his Miss were the guests has been named Caperton Burnam. of Mr. and Mattie impson, of Monticello. Hen- P. Hunn one dav last wont- - Mrs. A. solat once. Geo. W. Richardson, PiVVimond Reeister. n Soijet, Ky. Neva ry Rofenberg, of McKinney, is Come in and Miss Lena Oatts and Miss Miss Martha Severance Ranev. li SALE Millett znl neavine Sun- spendinltho day with Messrs. Push-i- n Rankin, of Monticello, came up who is teaching at Straight Creek, hajiled and $25 per ton. On Geo a Brolrs. Advocate. Ev:j! farm near Orchard. Sec look this colday to make a visit to the former near ineviiie, came this mornine to JohHutchins on Crab farm. the Dr. CrI L. Wheeler, member of Mrs. Miller Hill. They left sister, visn ner parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. SALE A seven passenger m.. .i,, visit Mrs. B. F. Under- - the cititoavd of health, was remov- Raney. lar. One collar touring car, new. Owner in Mrs. C. C. Wrenn m Lou- ed to m Good Samaritan hospital John W. Fields has roeoiv! thn , wood and Apply to J. Ed Allen or Gill yesterij suffering with sciatica. He . isville. necessary papers for entrance into SSI. oper, Danville, Ky. is 10-to ncomfortablc night and his army Mrs. Rella Arnold, who has millin- spent at conditjBwas reported today as not with service.. He will be connected ?NEY TO LOAN $1,000 and establishments both here and ery the aviation department and exfit four differfrom up I improved farm lands in T,.ocnr has iust returnedheavily muchroved. Lexington Leader. pects to be a chauffer. Reftonway, of Hustonville is 5 per cent. Rufe she bought the cities, where Messrs. W. B. McKinney, J. S. millinery, ni of ething like pneumonia in a 10-Asrit, Somerset, Ky. size horses. Raughman and Mrs. Baughman and of spring an cf summer an adver hospiBjin Philadelphia. He was Allen iR SALE One good work marc Watch these columns for Traylor were at Lexington open- - thereM his father, Mr: J. L. Cocoming sixears old and one tisement telling of her spring Thursday. The gentlemen attended a thrJ years old and a mare buggy good he contracted a very senway,! ing. millers' meeting while there. poil eight years old. See A. A. News received yesterdav - Mesdames G. C. Riffo and George vere p air. and Mrs. Fred Garnett and Bruch, Crab Orchard. Rpssio Riffe. of was ,i Mica he was considered a shade n.i fRNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, children leave tomorrow for Cave UKOBUOat city Tuesday. Ru$ Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Hustonville, were City to reside and there is much I Pepples to Wlow Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, was up from Camp Miss Jessie Powell has returned at their departure. Stanford's Pics and Stoves. W. A. Tribble. lindaj with his parents, Mr. spending the weekDanville after loss will be Cave City's gain by the Stford; 28tf Mrs. Johi, C. Pepples. He has move. end at her home at Hustonville. 'JJENTS WANTED. We' offer in hsfered to the engineers' W P. Kincaid, of Stanford, was Cabell lit an' J is expected daily to cinnati Woods is at home from Cin- yoa steady and permanent income. city with friends Tuesday, Adthe for a rest of several weeks. Prected territory. Write today. for srvice in France. Ho He has not , vocate. Spring- been in the best of health StWel Company, Box fine ad sems to have win- - for 16-some months and felt that a so fielMo. Lndidl journ at home and with "mother" ANTED A good tobacco man; Emly, Jr., is at home would, be beneficial to him. ca "furnish some corn land; must ip Tayir for a brief visit. Mrs. G. F. Gooch and Mrs. Edgar ha (help to take care of crop. Four &xt he will go to Keynolds, of the McKinney W. C. T, mii' from Stanford on Hustonville 0., ere ho will begin U., were here the other day having pil.Tc L. Carter, Stanford, R. D. n the nation department, their year book printed. The McKin N(5. division a has been trans- - ney union is one of the most active .EMP BREAKERS WANTED CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY r. Embijs tho picture of in the State arm" is doing some excelI ant seven or eight hands to break (d seemsiappy that he is lent work. hop. Will pay $3.25 per hundred. help dead his country A very enjoyable dance was given Nhing but good breakers need ap-at Acey Auditorium last night. ie horribHuns. J. H. Thompson, Preachersville. Id Mrs. J.BBryan have re- - .Smith's Saxophone Orchestra fur16-3rd that ik son, William nished excellent music, to the sweet NOTICE Roscoe Blakemore at an, nas neu the Great strains of which many couples from Finkfort, Ky., is eligible for parole Ihicago, tool into training Stanford and surrounding towns torch 6, 1918. His age 21. His home is at Crab Orchard and he wants Javal Avhrj department. danced until a late hour. good man to and ran voiunrea some two Stith Noe went to Louisville this soie work for six take him Mrs. give An-months. ha lo, was exaud and passed morning to see where he will bo sent Blakemore, 1007 West Walnut p 3n for trairAHo was not to fqr training in the aviation depart- Sreet, Louisville, Ky. Feed your, milk cows Cremo Dairy Feed. It aft, as staiji this paper, ment of the army. Young Noe is not 'BUSINESS CHANCES I want to oae of our Shusaato .. ed the call i country to yet 21 and his desire to servo his lar fron people who would invest to is a mixture of Cotton Seed Meal, Alfalfa It U guaranteed no if a n vritninn. the war. ft country is to be highly commended. ontnngrowing business. This is Pnn good servico for life. , Meal, Gluten Feed, Molasses and Mill Feed. to Uornn, men e and eftl- - "Stith" is as sure to make his mark a number of competent people We kavo a Urge stockpopular We hava sold this feed for more than a year at Lf. Sample of product and parti- from, inager of tj stin Tele- - as anything can be. ,foi free. Arthur F. Smith, Court e prices. e at Lan- and knov that it is fine for milk cows. 16.5 ompany's The Current Events Club met with i,ui. rier, opiuiucm, iuu,, uua 14-is resigned ti t a more Mrs. T. W. Pennington Thursday afper cent protein. We have this in 100 lb. Store Tke as well as r.J sponsible ternoon, when and interesting meettADED SCHOOL TAXES All sacks, with the Hi elephone ing was enjoyed. The occasion mark ,;d school taxes are past due and E. R. Colea, Prop. 11 move at Frankfor ed tho twelfth anniversary of the "no are not naid at once, will be Staaford, Ky. family to ti tal city club, it having been organized at the i lcstised and Dronertv sold. This is Pkon. No. 2 bt. Mr. Corns re than instance of Mrs. J, C. Hays" in Febwarning. Please do not lod at Lancasl his de-- ruary of 1906. A beautiful bouquet me and yourself by having gen- - of cut flowers were presented to Ifrom our sisl XMOOavoKiTmo her uiis. u. unit tvirei, vuuev;- jretted. by the members, which she accepted 16-- 2 The First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. the home, the shopper, the dancer, the foot traveler, the man In the office, the clerk In the store, the worker In tho shop, havo today, In tho discovery. "Gets-It,- " this great quick relief from all corn one sure, pains the one sure, painand callus makes corns coma less remover that you would peel a oft as easily as banana. It takes 2 seconds loap-pl- y "Gets-ltIt dries at once. Then walk with painless Joy, even with tltcht shoes. You know your corn will loosen from your toe peel It oft with your fingers. Try It, corn sufferers, and you'll smile! "Gets-It- " Is sold at all druggists you need pay no more than 25 cents a bottle), or sent on receipt of price ": 'y Jf -- n V ? V laLaK i I m Tmxlt -- ston ntitweHMSwwi bo " Ml m ii r& DECLARED OF UNSOUND MIND Miss Annie Lunsford, who has been with relatives at Junction City, was brought here this morning by Chief of Police Bonta, of that city, and delivered to County Judge Rice. She has been in bad condition menNEIGHBORING COUNTIES lames Simpson, of Garrard, tried tally for some time nnd a jury at her Lawwil, bt'ore Commissioner of trial declared her of unsound mind. unvillc, on the charge of treason-ti- e She will sent to the Lexington Sanitarium for the Insane. l Plans for supplying women workfor farms during the war probably will include camps for their training, the Women's Committee of the National Defense Council nn- nounccd. ers ,jpcxxxxxxxxjexxsexxvxxvattatt Auction Sale! Saturday, February 23, 1918 8 N. T. Gutman, Crab Orchard .lH4ttt Cash' Cream Station 51c for Butter Fat Her s 10-2- two-seate- d d, DIXIE BUTTER CO. 2t 1G-- 1 " Sometliiug an New sister-in-la- s 14-4- r 7-- tf at 5 2t adjustible 8t ent . M-2- W. H. Higgins, Stanford in-th- e at -- 29-1- 2 Genuine Oliver Plows and Repairs fev-day- s W. E. PERKINS pl 2t RAZORS Ra-loTye-I,- Cremo Dairy Feed m 13-4- s. ct ad Penny Drug 4t is P i j J J.H.Baughman&Co. I 1 -t H Iznam T?. FM .. tJSL t I 1 M he Interior Journal, Stanford, Ken tucky, Friday, February 22, 1918 More than 18,000,000 pounds of food, representing a valuo of $3Q7,- we wasted m tho boroughs of For a good many years The A' nerfcan Manhattan and Brooklyn In January, Tobacco Company have been cond ictinga, Recording to estimates by the Deseries of experiments having rjs their partment o,f Hentlh. object the Improvement of smoking Tho billion dollar Urgent Deficitobaccos. interesting to know that one ency, carrying half a billion fnr tli And it is of the greatest of their discoveries was one military establishment, passed tho of the simplest, and that was, that cooking House. or toasting tobacco improved it in every Mr. Grover C. Anderson has purway, just as cooking most foods improves chased a Mitchell touring car. Mt. them, Sterling Advocate. They took a real Burley tobacco, grewn in this country; tbasted it as you woild toast bread; moistened It to replace the Now it the time to plan you natural moisture driven off by toasmg; urchard, Lawn and Garden I made it into cigarettes, called tlem AND NOW THEY ARE COOKING TOBACCO TO MAKE IT BETTER Jl Page I Six. Public Sale Having sold my farm, I will sell the following personalty on my place, four miles from Stanford, on the Hustonville pike, at 10 a. m., on LOOK These over. After you read thom you will say, Bargains! WE KNOW that they are not only Bargains but each one is 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 SUC-CESLand 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 are dangerous. These bargains cannot stay on the market long at these prices. And thelonger 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 "Sum-me- r S. Tuesday, Feb. 26 Six head of cattle; four head of horse stock; nine hogs, three of these being good brood sows; about 100 bushels of orchard grass seed and a lot of corn, etc. T M 5b ft 3Gt( ai a an fro 'be ,Leo June idesf i man Bro cla: Tex shoo 1 fc BUSINESS CARDS and took from them their lVear-ol- d son, Ansel. He had been si: only a few days with measles, arendi-citLeveling and pneumonia, and hislonth Surveying came as a shock to his many rstives and friends. He was a membepf Pi- Be sure your title is good. Let me late Baptist church and wa ever survey your land purchase for you, the and make certain. Will go anywhere ready to do what he could church, Sunday school and ayer meeting. Besides his father ai mo- M. C. Newland, ther, he leaves three brothe and throe sisters to mourn his lossfter funeral .services at the homey his nastor. Rev. E. W. Coaklev. o re Having sold my farm and decided to go to Illinois, I will sell at mains were laid to rest in the' nglc-to- n AUCTIONEER, LANCASTER, KY. public auction at the place, on the Chestnut Ridge road, 3 miles graveyard Monday afterpn. Mrs. A. B. Morgan and sonlenn The high dollar at your sale all the South of Ottcnhcim, near Milton Warren's Store, on and little Ova Dumas went Lextime and at lowest price; sales ington Tucsdnv to see Mr3. J ..P')-mncried anywhere. . who is still in the hos'jitfhcf-Phone 364A Lancaster at my expense Mips Maud Caldwell, who h' been cpnfined to her bed with partis, is able lo ;;it up some, we iro ad lo Commencing promptly at 10 o'clock a. m., the following described J. M. REYNOLDS j property: Fifty barrels of good white seed corn; 50 bushels of i state. Lee, son Mr. UNDERTAKER, Little Woodrow WAYNESBURG. Irish potatoes; 1 new sewing machine; 1 good work marc, H years and Mrs. T. S. Reynolds,! very old; 1 excellent work horse, 10 years old; 1 extra good milk cow, 5 carry a large and complete stock f much better. 1 wagon; 1 spring wagon; 5 years old; 2 good heifers; of Caskets, Robes etc at all times. Mrs. II. H. Sinfleton is cored to Phone: 1 good buggy; 1 wheat drill, good as new; 1 good mowing machine; Farmers' line No. - -' I her bed with malaria. e 1 hay rake; 1 wheat binder; 1 plow, 3 good cultivators; Mr. J. T. Horton is able tto out Woodstock line No. 1 good harrow; 2 corn shcllers; 2 good log chains; 2 good sets of again after several days' illowagon harness; 1 set of buggy harness, and all kinds of small tools, Mrs. L. G. Goooh continue'!. 20 shocks of good fodder, and also all of my Miss Gladys Singleton, w is a victim of the measles, is reped to SeS h FAGALY for Contracting be improving. f ana Building any sort Houses, Eu- Barns, Etc. of Rev. E. W. Coakley wcnt Stanford. Kentucky. bank Thursday. and many other things too numerous to mention. Terms made Dr. C. M. Thompson. oKings known on day of sale. This sale will take place rain or shine. Mountain, was here Wednes" and Come one! Come all! Dr. J. G. vaccinated some who had Sh ex1 posed to smallpox. Stanford, Kentucky. Mrs. Martha Burk. of Pikfunty, Office in Lincoln County National is visiting her parents, Mr. ' Mrs. Bank Building. a I. B. Sanders. Three Miles South of Ottcnhcim Phillips Bros, have begunion ear, M. H. JOHNSON, Auctioneer the school buildine atrain and Skin. Mr. and Mrs. Durward 5injon Eyes'Scientificly tested and glassand Miss Chloe Farmer, of Dle, es fiKilfulIy prescribed. attended the funeral of Mr. and SURGERY CONSULTATION ton's brother, Monday. They ed nere for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Caldv.efive 25 lights, $175.00; 35 lights $250.00 from Indiana 60 lights, $300.00 young men and young women desirous of advancement should write come back Casey county. anrl All a farm in GRAY ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANTS for the Catalogue and Booklet of the The roads here are almost ilss 60 Lights 60 able in some places because the We guarantee them, so you are proSPEED BUILDING (If.rtli il the Put Oflto) LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY mud. iiy tected against any suspicion of their Mr. M. E. Wheeldon and Strongest and absolute! have moved into their new ho re nronlrnoaa. Following a carefully planned pro- cently purchased from W. And best, and within reach of all farmers With the help of the eight Demo cratic Senators the Republican mem gram, Forrest Bigelow, of Columbus, Preston iJlair. W. K. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mitch nd bers of the upper branch of the Gen 0., killed his wife and young daughbaby came from Oklahoma laaat- - Phone 188 Stanford, Ky. cral Assembly succeeded in ousting' ter and with a hatchet urday. Mr. Mitchell was taken fche Roy L. McFarland, of Ow- - and fatally wounded his mother-in-laSenator Lexington Sanitarium Monday He then killed himself with a ensboro, from the seat he has occuThompson & Kevno ds sold Mzo pied since the Legislature convened revolver. He had told his friends Padgett's farm to a man from Idl I am prepared to vaccinate for Aner county for $1,500. seven weeks ago, and seating in his good-byselected the thrax, Black Leg:, and all othsr tock diseases. place Dr. J. L. Early, of McLean and left letters disposing of his STEADFAST CONFIDENT JOHN COOK, Veteriaariaa, county, who was defeated by Senator The Following Statement 9ild Phoae 204. Stanford, Ky. McFarland by a majority of 922 Form Conclusive Proof Oil A TEXAS WONDER "Bus Between votes in Daviess and McLean counMerit To Every Stanford The Texas Wonder cures kidney ties, comprising the Eighth senatorial Reader and bladder troubles, dissolves grav-t- l, district. Danville Could stronger proof of the rit .cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, and all irregular- of any remedy be desired tha he Daily Except Sunday In remitting for his I. J. Col. M. F. ities of the kidneys and bladder in statement of grateful endorsers ho Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) Elkin, of Lexington, tends his reat 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. say their confidence has been gards to everybody in and around both men and women. Regulates Danville (Hotel Annex) at by lapse of time? ' se Leaves :0Q a. m. and 1 :80 p. m. 9 Stanford, adding that he is hoping bladder troubles in children. If not are the kind of statements your druggist, will be tha re that democracy will soon reign su- sold by receipt of $1.00. Onesent by appearing constantly in your :al Bundles 'and Packages Carried at mail on Low Charges bottle preme over all the world and that is two months' treatment, and sel- papers O. L- MINKS. P.oorietor for Doan's Kidney Pills, ey when that era comes there will be no dom fails to perfect a cure. Send for are twice-tol- d and confirmed th more heatless, meatless and wheat-les- s sworn testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall, new enthusiasm. Can any 2926 Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo. n er T. W. days. Sold by druggists. doubt the following. It's fn a DENTIST fi Stanford resident: Myers. House Flat Stanford, Ky. J. T. Spoonamorc, Whitley Phone t Office 240; Res. 165 says: "Four years ago I was down with my back. I couldn't or do any lifting to amount to J. B. PERKINS thing. The kidney secretions wen DENTIST frequent in passage and caused great deal of annoyance. I Lincoln Bank Building Rooms SiANt-UKU- . CbOBO Z14 about a dozen different kinds KI medicine but didn't get any bet I used Doan's Kidney Pills, fini and by the time I had used two bi of this medicine the trouble was I can get you highest prices for your moved." (Statement given Decei land, stock, crops or household goods. 29, 1911.) Sales Cried Anywhe- -i Is Always Benefited JOHN B. DINWIDDIE. Morelaad. On November 13, 19 1C Mr. Sp 9 amorc said: "I am always glad recommend uoan's Kidney . They always help mo when I hie need of a kidney medicine." Price COc, at all dealers. D simply ask for a kidney remedi get Doan's Kidney Pills tho J. T.Stanford, Ky. Roberts "LUCKY STRIKE, the toasted clgarete," and offered them to the public The result has been the greatest denand ever created for any tobacco produc in a similar length of time. The change produced by toastings not only most wholesome, but the flaor is greatly improved, just as cooking imroves meat, for example. WAYNESBURG The Death Angel visited theiomo of Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Singlcton,VIon-daFebruary 11th, at 1:30 J M., is R E E Trees, Small Fruits, Shrubs, Evergreens, Grapes, Seed Strawberries, Asparagus Etc., if free upon inquiry. We have NO AGENTS. Write to-da- y. of reliable d'Ptive Shade Fruit and ,UP '.ar? catalog Po-tatoe- s. H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS Lexington, Ky. y, PROFESSIONAL AND and Col. John B. Dinwiddie, Auctioneer Public Sale outlay, Feb. 25, 1918 two-hors- Stanford CAPT. AM BOURNE s. e two-hors- - CONTRACTING Household and Kitchen Furniture J JOHN GETHA Carpenter 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 of good town. Price only $1,800. Will consider a trade for a larger place and pay the difference. No. 271 About 190 acres of land situated in the western part of the county. Knob land. A small part cleared and balance in timber. Some good timber on the place and lots of good tobacco land when cleared. well watered. Price only $10 per acre and terms 2 down and balance in one and two years. It will pay you to investigate this one, buy it and go to sleep a while and it is sure to make you money. No. 272 Small farm of 30 acres, small house, etc. Part cleared and in cultivation and balance in timber. Close to school and church good neighborhood. All laysand in well Price only $600. This is the opportunity for tho small innvestor to get a good home. No. 273 A good little farm of 48 acre ,,,ve room house. etc. Well watered, in goodsmall barn neighborhood, close to school and church and price only $1,200. Terms 2 down and balance in 1 and 2 years. AI-s- o 1--- "HTJrfrrnr(i?m-Niv,oii 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 of '61" and are simply not post-e- d $ TRAIN TO FILL GOVERNMENT AND BUSINESS POSITIONS etc. Price oily $1 inn grabs' the fre Tl'- J- rrvr no- - P-- ches VnJ 'our eImaJ bar.n' i d "pair. fine blue lUuJated on .. SPENCERIAN COMMERCIAL SCHOOL P.'?"' waterei and fenced etc,i W,e11 dirt. Pee $150 per ncrd lend'd and terms right. did dwlling, belkr"eh from? &dr3CUana of Cb," WARNER roofcporLaf, termsisy. A wod hnm. sister-in-la- w VACCINATE 2B0 and e, pall-beare- rs n,ce three story brick Auto and Stanford ?ai;t0ur.wAtraaerefornad rfptopeS yeJr.' 9.8 rentsrT per tjiuu w lar-- X1 - - PENNINGTON, nrraa "x i . ,lun? P? wf ch acr- mna' B adesSber. a .CEr 154 8faence. ofhafcVpii - 'c" "V j u -. ico .50 per aero. T- watered. -. a lalance in 1 i - o,i o years. uo CM-- m S?- - ... -- Closing Out Shoes CLEAN, oom. Jo 28-2- 9, 150 Pair Men's and Boys' Work Shoes Peters Line iarf Nfi .52- - """" etc, Wei BPienaid iah v Vnhr,x: erms nd PikeR""0 t """t "::" r,-sir- y nouses. - AUCTIONEERING lallsSTes likar-i- 8 io.. aumford L" "fi. "it" " u" ant two . """."Tin mostlv in , ' itc qnl2l3idence' 1- -2 on good NEW STOCK I P?ABr?"s Acrms w!IA'a,onco to u".e ""it. from $4.50 . $3.50 Boys Shoes $ 1 .50 to $3.25 $5.50 values, now $4.50 values, now . Is F.niJ?na F53K. CnrnEl,C0 63i5rwKELffiyco.s to lcrefh:f 4""n ot 158 . Vf good town evidence Watered nm mIr11per acre anrl f,00"1 that Mr. Spoonamore A German patrol lkn0w''V"a' , Kentucky and we I LiS'V6..0" " us. of farms for fromf $1.50, had. FoJ Milburn Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N.j if ". W t0 tK''- ,. nca Pnces cannot ho beut. buy or sell consult to Riffe Brothers Hustonville, Ky. that plannej ambush American soldiers was covered by a sentry on tho Amer front In France and machlnn riddled the enemy. The Amer soldiers believe they obtained pal reparation for tho ambuscade of I of their own patrols a week ago. Aberdeen-Angu- s SfiJPsr Cattle w tho Seuthdowa Skeep, Duroc.Jersey Hogs The best bloodlines is represented In each of these famous breeds. High-claindividuals for sale at all times. . V. CARSON R. F. D. No. I Stanford. Kentucky H$ & McCarty 180 - ,3 a "sVof Just a few of ?accs we haye for sale. i , Anl Subtcripi d, Kentucky! oesei The Interior Journal, Stanford, 'Kentucky, Friday, February 22, 1918 , Page Seven .... A Thought INS 30.000 for the Mother CONSTIPATION makes children HOME SERVICE COMMITTEEMEN Red j Handbook and Bulletins, Teaches Civilian Reliel Forces How to Aid Folks "Back Home." Cattle, Hogs, Sheep, Horses, Mules, Feed, Implements I will sell PUBLIC SALE! at public auction to the highest and best bidder on The following described property. One-hors- e and irritable, just as it does older people. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a mild, pleasant tasting uiiiuumuuu kjl oi.nip.iv, iuaulivc uviuo with pepsin, that acts easily and naturally and promotes normal regularity. Children like it and take it willingly. It contains no opiate or narcotic drug. Druggists Sell Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin 50ctS. (two sizes) Gross With Institutes, SATURDAY, FEB. 23rd, 1918 J K fend EDITOR'S NOTE: Thii Is th nfth last of a sarlea of Ave articles written by Mr. Fleser on American Rod Crosi Home Service work In Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky. By James L. Fleser, Director, Civilian Relief, Lake Division, Amorlcan Red Cross. Organizing and training 30,000 Home Servico committeemen to aid families of enlisted men is the most Btupendous and pretentious task Doing undertaken by tho American Red Cross within our own borders. This statement is made without fear of contradiction. Even were there established social agencies in every community from which men have been drawn for active service, this Red Cross duty would be hardly less difficult, because with the war have come new problems which must be solved, and efficiently too, if the good name of the Red Cross is to be held aloft and the minds of our fighting folk set at ease about the welfare of their loved ones "back home." To school willing Home Service workers with no previous social train-ln-g as well as keep professional community workers abreast with new developments, the Red Cross war council established In the Lake division Home Service Institutes at Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Columbus and Cleveland, each identified with a strong university and each affiliated with healthy social agencies. Thirty-fiv- e counties were representstudents at the first ed by fifty-si- x series of institutes, each Institute lasting six weeks. A second series has just opened. In addition, chapter coursos of Information are to be es tablished in cities of 25,000 popula; tion and over. There is no guess work about Red Cross Home Service. Workers are being trained to help citizens gain all sorts of information. If a family has not heard from a son In tho service, if the allotment and allowance check Is delayed or wrong In amount, if a boy Is reported missing, If any one of hundreds of possibilities occur, the Home Servico worker must bo alert to bib or her responsibilities. To show that there are "hundreds of possibilities" for this" service, the American Red Cross has prepared for its committeemen a handbook containing correct answers to 260 questions which these committeemen have already been asked. Forty-nin- e answers to questions on Brmy and navy service, running from the composition of the fighting forces to explaining what must he done to assist the family of a man who lias entered the service under an assumed name, are given in this handbook. Eighty-sipoints on tho soldier's and sailor's allowance compensation and war risk insurance aro explained. The latter in itself is bo largo a task that a Homo Servico worker, anticipating a "soft snap" might be driven to cover if there were no handbook or instituto course to lessen his perplexity. It Is down in black and white how the insurance is written and for whom, how premiums are paid and by whom. Six points of information are provided to cover insurance for crews of merchant vessels and transx 1 $1.00 j A trial bottle can be obtained, free of charge, by writing to Dr. W. IJ. Caldwell, 457 Washington St., Monticello, 111. Charles Auston, the little son of L. Coffman is shucking corn for Mr. B. M. Parker, is on the suck list. Mr. Jack Stigall sold a load of different parties. corn at Lancaster for $9 per barrel. Mr. Oakley Peace is moving into GAURD AGAINST the house vacated by John Hutch-inSORE THROAT Be on your guard right now .Qamnnl T "Rnllnrd nnrl wifft nrn rp. joicing over the arrival of a baby against sore throat. The atmosphere is chock full of germs that cause gin. Mrs. Mat Roberts, , the aged mo- sore throat and, if your system is the ther of Mr. W. M. Brewer, is ill with least bit clogged up or weakened, crrin. Mr. Bryant Ballard was the guest which is likely at this time of year. of hs daughter, Mrs. E. C. Jones this after eating heavy foods all winter, week. you want to give it a thorough Mr. and Mrs. Ray Price have movby Mr. Ed cleansing at once by nature's own ed into the house vacated method, but not by taking nasty, old Stigall. Mr. Virgil Jones left last week for calomel or other drastic cathartics. Paris, where he has gone to work Just get a bottle of Vin Hepatica, the for a while. Mrs. Birdie Parker has returned universal system purifier and toni from Paris, where she has been to It will cleanse jour liver, kidneys, bowels and your entire system and visit relatives. Mrs. S. A. Ballard and daughter. restore your vitality, thus guarding Lillie, spent the day with Mrs. T. J. you against colds, sore throat and Stigall, Tuesday. Mr. T. J. Stigall bougnt tne nome pneumonia, and other maladies so of his mother, the late Mrs. A. H. prevalent this time of year. It is naIStigall, one mile from Crab Orchard. ture's own preventive, as well as This pretty weather has played remedy, and we so recommend it. It lavoc with the price of eggs. They lave dropped to 35c from OUc this Dr. John L. Patterson, dean of the veek. j,. University of Louisville, has offered JIMMY KNEW ALL RIGHT suggestions to the Council of De"Jimmy, you're the dullest boy in fense whereby colleges of the nation Mass today.' may provide trained men for the "Umph," Government without interfering with Can't you name one thing in his- - higher education. Itory that was inclined to be famous?" "Oh, yessum the leaning tower Let the I. J. supply you with en' pf Pisa." graved cards. s. BOWEN HARMONY We are having some pretty wea Miss Pearl Colson Is the guest of Miss Lillic Ballard. ther now. Charlie Ballard bought of Josh Miss Ora Collins returned home hog for ?26.6B. Jones, a George Sunday after a visit to her friends. Born to the wife of Mr. Mr. Walter McCowan has come to Hoskins, a fine baby girl. Marshall, the little son of William this place from Indiana to work for Croushornj-i- s on the sick list. the signal department. Beginning at 10 o'clock A. M. sharp The farming utensils are all practically new, none having been used over one season. It will all go, as I am compelled to quit farming: Binder, Mowing Machine, Corn Planter, 2 Riding Cultivators, 1 Riding Plow, 2 Walking Plows, 2 Culti1 Smoothing Harrow, 1 Cutting Harrow, Hay Rake, Wheat Drill, vators, Hay Frame, Wagon and Harness, Buggy and Harness, Brake Cart, Sad dle and bridle, borks, bcrapers, Grindstone, bmery Wheel, Etc., Etc. Corn, Hay, Clover and Timothy, Fodder, Straw and Cane; 25 yearling cattle, 50 stock hogs, 10 brood sows, 36 sheep, 5 brood mares, 1 work 1 yearling; 1 pair 4 horse, 1 mules, extra good ones: 1 aged mule; 1 1 yearling; milk cow, a good one, with call by her side. This sale will take place at the farm of Mrs. M. E. Welch, located two miles from btaniord on the Goshen pike, opposite Hayden Station. Feb. 23, at 10 A. M. Shaip. Remember the date and DAY OF SALE TERMS MADE KNOWN ON three-year-old, two-year-old- s, five-year-o- ld two-year-ol- d, j hour-Satur- day, j Dmwiddie & Owens, Auctioneers In LEO HAYDEN ,,.., m well-informe- d, Stanford, Ky., R. F. D. No. 4 ,,,.,., . .... -- riftllll the capable newspaper man, prominent and popular in his community, versed in the political conditions if his State, acquainted with pretty nearly everyone in the State's "Who's Who" of politics, and known widely (beyond his circle of personal acquaintances as an editor. The State Journal reflects the sentiment pf the press of the State when it mentions the death of Louis Landram with more than a passing1 regret, and when it says that through his deatk journalism in tho State suffered almaterial loss and good citi zenship Buffered an equal loss. Mr. Landram was well and favor beat e, ably known in Frankfort. Widespread LOUIS LANDRAM ouis Landram, of the Danville sorrow is felt at the news of his unMesse tger, whose death occurred in timely end. Frankfort Journal. Danville Monday, was exemplified USES RIB TO FIX JAW "country editor" of the the Mrs. Mary Millard is recovering in wide-awaktype; Joseph Arbany, a New Yorker, claiming exemption from the draft, has produced proof of the assertion in his questionnaire that his father and mother were 78 and 63 years old, respectively, when their last child a Denver hospital from an operation was born to them. by which a section of her eighth left rib was removed and transplanted to Caruso pays an income tax a cavity in her jaw, caused by anto Uncle Sam for the reother operation for the removal of a turns from his canned music alone. diseased bone. She soon will leave After all there is more to be said for the hospital without a visible scar on grand opera than the professional the face. is willing to concede. low-bro- w get the genuine Foley's Honey and Now I The Time To Be Careful Avoid imitations or substitutes, Tar, and you have a cough medicine you can depend upon. It gives prompt relief, clears throat, loosens phlegm, soothes, heals. Checks coughs, colds, whooping cough, la grippe, bronchial coughs. Contains no opiates. Sold Everywhere. nuss under eyes. Sold Everywhere. WOMEN WANT THE BEST Woman is more finely constructed than man and she requires the best to be had in medicines when her system becomes disordered. Foley's Kidney Pills help the kidneys cleanse the blood of impurities that cause aches and pains in muscles and joints, ;." JL Ml JL feiardly a Drugstore in the Land That Does Not Sell This Remedy On the Market Half I tt THE BONTA F ARM Two and miles from Harrodsburg on the Danville & Harrodsburg pike, will be sold at auction, as previously advertised, on one-ha- lf a Century. 3 When you are in perfect health. nd are enjoying a strong and vigor-u- s vitality, it is then that your blood free from all impurities. You should bo very careful and ive heed to tho slightest indication f impure blood. A sluggish circula- on is often indlcatea by an impairea appetite, a feeling of lassitude and a general weakening of the system. It is then that you should promptly tako a few bottles of S. S. S., the great blood purifier and strengthener. It will cleanse the blood thoroughly and build up and strengthen the whole system. S. S. S. m sold by all druggists. Valuable information about the blood supply can bo had free by writing to the Swift Specific Co., 21 Qn. Swift LaboriV.-- v n-t- m Tuesday, Feb. 26, 1918 at 10 A. M., sharp, rain or shine. in stock barn. Ifva rainy day, sale will be held 1 1 Q Q O m Plenty of room. $6.00 LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNA- L ports. American Red Cross Home Service for families of enlisted men fighting quesfor our allies causes twenty-nin- e tions to be answered in the handbook. All this Is supplemented by eighty-nin- e statements giving information on the status of families of discharged men, deserters, and alien enemy families and explaining relationship of the Red Cross to other relief societies and the operation of the Red Cross bureaus of camp service and communication. Despite the fact that this handbook g has just been issued, new and questions are arising with such rapidity that the bureau of civilian relief of the Lake division, Is planning an Informational service to keep Its Home Service workers In 350 chapg proters in step with the cession. War (regardless of the Tuacanla calamity and a few scattering casualties) war and Red Cross Home Service are still In their infancy, but already some 3,000 families of Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky enlisted and selective service men are under the caro of Red Cross Home Service puz-tllnfast-movin- Daily By Mail (NOT SUNDAY) AND ' The Semi-Week- ly 24.45 acres, all This farm will be offered as follows: Tract No. of this tract is in blue grass and clover; 50 acres virgin soil, a small house on same. Tract No. 2 143 acres, good brick house, stock barn, cribs, ice house, servant's house, garage, cistern at house and barns; orchard. 0 acres good wheat; 2 acres that were in corn last year and balance in blue grass and clover. Will offer tracts one and two together. Tract No. 3 acres, just across the pike from Tract No. 2. This is a beautiful building lot; would make a nice suburban home. Tract No. 4 33.99 acres, has small house and some outbuildings; all in grass. Tract No. 5 37.34 acres, all in grass. We reserve the right to offer these two tracts as a whole. We also reserve the right to offer the entire lot as a whole. 1 1 1 INTERIOR JOURNAL Your Home Paper and the Best Known Daily Newspaper of This Section MUSIC BY FINE BAND If you want a small, or large farm, as a home or an investment, you had better be1 present. If you do not want to buy, come anyway, we will insure you a nice time. LIBERAL TERMS. An Excellent Combination Subscription Orders at this combined rat may DA sent to inc or (ice or n ininor journal workers. Picture the immensity of the when the "American offensive" taafc be- Interstate Realty Co. Paul Finch, Mgr., Lexington, Kentucky, P. O. Box No. 486 gins. Red Cross Home Service will be ready. It Is democracy's brotherhood la actios. . , ro ..A. n MlTaiimiiisil V'"' T , j.vupwjjlfifi-- . Page Eight LAND, STOCK AND CROP , The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, MARRIAGES. Friday, February 22, 1918 CRAB ORCHARD MR. LINCOLN'S GREAT HEART The following is a copy of a letter written by Abraham Lincoln to Mrs. Bixby, of Boston, who had lost five sons in the war. A copy of it has II. R. Young sold a cow to Charles Salem for $40. John C. Poppies bought of J. II. Poyntcr n pair of mules for $460. Joo Will Rout and B. W. Leigh, of the West End, bought five mules at Somerset Monday. William Fields and sons sold their tobacco, somo 35,000 pounds, on the Danville breaks at 31 to 3G cents a pound. J. M. McGraw sold his farm at Alum Springs to Edward F. McGin-niThe farm contains seventy acres and the price was $8,000. A farm containing 87 acres on the Muddy Crock pike in Clark county, belonging to Lucinda Watts' heirs wa3 sold to Ernest Green for $225.-5four-year-ol- d s. 0. J. B. Rout, of Hustonville, sold to K. Dunigan, of Garrard, two pairs of mules for $830. Mr. Rout sold to Tilford Alexander a milk cow for $100. T. K. Skinner sold the Lewis Ilaggin farm he purchased somo time ago at $210 per acre to Mr. S. A. Farris at $224 per acre Georgetown News. W. T. Robinson, of the Fuulcone,r section of Boyle, sold $7,000 worth of tobacco from 14 acres of land. It averaged $500 per acre and the average price wn' 37c. t. The J. W. Speake farm of 43 acres in Garrard county, sold by that boss land seller, Col. G. B. Swine-broaof Lancaster, was bought by John Ball at $100 per acre. The live stock sold high. B. Dinwiddic "cried" Col. John d, James Turner, aged 37, and widower, and Mrs. Mary Rector, a widow of 50, were married on Chestnut Ridge on Thursday, Cicero Turner, n widower of 31, nnd Mrs. Lou Burton, n widow of 35, were joined heart and hand in the Chestnut Ridge section on the 21st. Milton J. Durham, a Q. & C. conductor, nnd Miss Daisy Shuttles, of Junction City, motored over Wednesday and were joined in wedlock's holy bonds by Dr. M. D. Early at the parsonage. Dan Walker and Miss Sara Adams, of Richmond, completely surprised their friends when they were quietly married at the Christian church parsonage in Lexington by Rev. I. J. Spencer. Miss Elizabeth Gormley and E. M. Hutchinson, floor manager at the Princess rink, were married in Lexington Tuesday afternoon by the Rev. Homer Carpenter. Miss Gormley is the very attractive daughter of Richmond W. Ct Gormley. Mrs. Register. Miss Elsie Morrow, one of Lancaster's most beautiful and popular young women, and Joel, J. Walker, Jr., connected with the Citizens National Bank of that city, motored to Lexington and were married by Rev. Cameron. The bride is a daughn ter of Ed W. Morrow, a business man. well-know- , WITH THE CHURCHES, Methodist worship at the'court-hous- e Sunday morning at 10:45. Sunday school at 9:30. Rev. G. W. Hasty will preach at Mason's Gap Church Sunday at 2:30 o'clock. As many as will are invited to be present. Presbyterian Church Sunday 24 Sunday School 9:45; Morning Service 11 o'clock, sermon by pastor. C. E. Meeting at 6:30. Union service at the Christian church at 7 o'clock. Sunday school nt the usual hour at, the Baptist church Sunday morning. Preaching at 11 by the pastor, Dr. M. D. Early, whose theme will be, "God's Love to the World," Jer. 33:3. A full attendance of the membership Is urged. Strangers nnd others cordially invited. The Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions received information that 3,000,000 persons in Turkey, Armenia, Persia and. Syria face The United denth by starvation. States Minister at Teheran cabhd the board that beggars crying for food are multiplying daily and in their desperation attack those they beseech. GRANGE MASTER INDORSES BONDS tlrgts Ohio Farmers to Prepare for the Next Liberty Loan Drive SRAN6E SURPLUS ALLINVESTED Nation's Securities Beat Investment n Earth. Farmers Should Prove Patriotic by Buying. BarnesTille, O. (Special) Louis J. Taber, master of the Ohio State Orange, urges that the coming Liberty Loan drive be made the subject of special discussion and consideration in the Washington - Lincoln Liberty meetings now being held in the various throughout the state. Mr. Taber favors a big farmer investment next drive. "Tho next Liberty Loan campaign," he says, "will aftord the Grange an exceptional opportunity to sorvo patriotically not only our order, but agriculture, tho country and civilization at large. The motto of the state grange is 'A bond In every farm home In Ohio.' Tho state organization has Invested every penny of Its surplus In Liberty sub-grang- ANOTHER FOR H. & McC. Hughes & McCarty sold for George D. Florence 40 4 acres of the E. T. Pence farm, recently sold by J. H. Wright, to J. O. Woodson, of LaFollette, Tenn., for $4,500. 3-- the sale of mules for Burton and Hamilton at Lancaster the other day. A pair of horse mules sold for $547 and a small pair of marc mules for $590. The rest sold well. G. W. Lyne & Co., of Niclwlns-villreal cstnte agents, .sold sixty-si- x acres of improved land two mile n Miu .cington from Nicholasvillo, pike, to Steve Mitchell, at $225 per acre. The land was sold for Paul c, Mc-Ca- No time like the present to stop indigestion and stomach ills. tablets do the work. Sold by The Penny Drug Store. Your money back if they fail. It Mi-o-- Leslie Sheron is building a comfortable home on the Ashlock farm just beyond Dix river on the Lancas- ter pike. -- H sale at Burgin to $115; mules four weanling a piece. Milk cows sold for $75 to $135. Corn brought $7.50 a barrel. Clover hay sold for $27.50 a ton. The price of oxen bought at a re cent sale in Switzerland ranged from $440 to $480 the pair, cows sold for .$240 to $280 each; goats, $12 to $1G c&ch; small hogs, $12 to $1G each; medium-sized hogs, $40 to $50 the yair; sheep, $12 to $16 each. The Administration will make every effort to block any attempt to boost the price of wheat. As a result of the various bills introduced to advance the price of wheat the flow of grain to terminals and mills is almost at a standstill. The programme of the Food Administration is in danger of being upset and a great advance in flour would result Because of the stores of wheat and flour held by speculators, it is estimated they would reap millions of dollars by the increase. for $28,000. At Luther Hager's horses sold from $75 from $115 to $175; mules sold for $105 Mrs. Vandeventor, of Mexico, Mo., SPLENDID is somo nog dealer. Kccently she bought a Jersey l)oar, seven feet long and weighing 1,070 pounds, for Says Hixson Lady Who, On Doc$0,000. A day or two later she had tor's Advice, Took Cardw a hog sale and disposed of 42 sows And Is Now Well. "A TONIC" Hixson, Tenn. "About 10 years ago was..." says Mrs. J. B. Gadd, of this place. "I suffered with a pain in my left side, could not sleep at night with this pain, always In the left I side... My doctor told me to uso Cardul. I took one bottle, which helped me and after my baby came, I was stronger and better, but the vain was still there. I at first lot It go, but began to get n weak and in a condition, so I decided to try some more Cardul, which I did. This last Cardul which I took made me much better, In fact, cured mo. It has been a number of years, still I have no return of this trouble. I feel it was Cardul that cured me, and I recommend it as a splendid female tonic" Don't allow yourself to become n weak and from womanly troubles. Take Cardul. It should sure ly help you, as it has so many thousands of other women in the past 40 years. Headache, backache, sldeache, tired-ou- t nervousness, sleeplessness, feeling, are all signs of womanly trouble. Other women get relief by taking Cardul. Why not you? All druggists. run-dowrun-dow- In writing to his old home paper, Mnyfield Messenger, Dr. II. J. Brazelton, pastor of the Christian church of this city, adds this paragraph to the editor: '"You will be glad to know our lines have fallen in plcnsant places and that we are with a church that is generous in the treatment of its preacher." Th( Interior Journal is glad that Dr. Brazelton is so well pleased with his church and people and is further gladdened by the fact that his membership and Lincoln county people generally are more than pleased with him and his. Counting all conference invested fund1? for Conference Claimants, and speaking in round numbers, because we have not the exact figures at date, we have $1,200,000 actually pud in and invested for Conference Claimants. One half million of this is in our general fund, the rest in onfer-enc- c. The goal set in our Church is We are expecthg to $5,000,000. have plans enlarged and prep ration made for a campaign over the Church and completion of this work, by our next General Conference. J. R. Stewart in Press Bulletin. Christian Church. Sunday School, 10 a. m., R. M. Blackerby, Suit.This will be patriotic Sunday in fch Bchool with an appropriate progpm, con sisting of some recitations, stdbrinff talks, brief history of the flag toy a Boy Scout together with sa'uijation of the flag by the Scouts in a body. Lord's Supper and Morning 11 a. m. Last Sunday the lurch chose the following men to sei ve as deacons: Morrison Bright, Fos Dud- derar, J. M. Gover, James Plillips, T. K. Tudor, A. H. Severance. These will be ordained at the Sunday morn ing service. Christian Ent javor, G:30 P. M. The union servio will be held with this church at seven o'clock, Rev. W. D. Welbur will preach the sermon. There is lways a welcome here. the For there Is not a farmer but can afford to buy at least one Liberty Bond on tho very easy terms offered. Every one should hold at least one bond. The farmer was not a heavy purchaser In either of the earlier drives. There were reasons justifying tills condition then, but there is no adequate excuse for his failure to purchase now. In Ohio leached. bonds. should follow Its example. Nor should we stop there. Every patron and every farmer should be Sub-grang- Frank Adams is quite sick at this writing. Mr. Proctor seems much improved in health. Louis Hunt is visiting his aunt, Mrs. Anderson at Brodhcad. Mrs. L. F. Jones has returned from a visit to friends nt Gravel Switch Mrs. Sallio Thompson has been quite sick with a severe case of grip. Mrs. Nellie Spoonamore, of Stan ford, has been visiting her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Gooch. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Howard are with Mrs. Howard's parents, In Stanford for a short visit. Miss Annie Bronaugh Is home from Pineville for a short visit with her father and brother. Mrs. Nancy McClure left Tuesday for Paris, where she will spend some time with her daughters. Mr. Harvo Collier, who has been so very sick is much improved, his many friends will be glad to hear. Miss Lillie Garner, of Cedar Creek section, visited Mrs. Mollic Burgin, Mrs. Susie Curtis and Mrs. M. E. Fish several days this week. Mrs. Emma Farris has returned from a most pleasant visit to Mrs. J. Fox Dudderar, at Rowland, and Jailer and Mrs. DeBorde, nt Stan ford. Mrs. Melvin Collier nnd her brother, Dr. L. F. Jones were called to London last week by the serious illness of their mother and sister, Miss Edna Jones. Both are much improvs been preserved in the British Muse- um ns an example of perfect diction: "I feel how weak and fruitless must be any words of mine which should attempt to beguile you from tho grief of a loss so overwhelming. But I cannot refrain from tendering you the consolation that may be found in the thanks of tho republic they died to save. I pray that our Heavenly Father may assuage the anguish of your bereavements, and leave you only the cherished memory of the loved and lost, and the solemn pride that must be yours to have laid so costly a sacrifice upon the altar of freedom. Yours very sincerely and respectfully. ABRAHAM LINCOLN." WORST WINTER IN YEARS Snow, wind and extreme cold caused more colds this winter than in years. Foley's Honey and Tar proved its worth in thousands of homes. Mrs. Edward Strevy, R. 37, Clinton, O., says: "I'think Foley's Honey and Tar is the only medicine for couehs and colds and recommend it highly." Fine for children. Sold Everywhere. WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY Washington's birthday is being ob served by the banks and the postof-fic- e, the latter keeping Sunday hours. The stores are open as usual, the proprietors feeling that they need all the business they can get. "No class of men have been more criticized than the farmers, however unjust this criticism may have been. They will soon have an opportunity to refute these charges, and I am confident they will maintain the traditions of their patriotic forefathers by coming nobly to the financial rescue of their country. There Is no better or safer investment on earth than a Liberty Bond. WORK, SAVE, FIGHT. NC-13- 2 THE LATEST WAR NET 'S Secretary of War Baker is c to call the next draft quot May 1. This indicates that more mi n are being sent overseas than the lublic realizes; also to equip an add tional 1300,000 men, which number s ex- pected to be included in the next first American-buil- t lattle planes are on the way to Franc , five months ahead of schedule, acc rdinj; y to an announcement made by Baker. The machines are quipped with the Liberty motor wh :h in recent tests surpassed all recon s for speed and climbing. German troops continue to i ivade Russia. Troops from warships i the Gulf of Riga have entered Southern Esthonia in their sweep of thd powerless nation. In the Reichstai the Foreign Minister has volubly A dared that the Russians are not 0 be trusted, this in spite of a general clamor, for peace on the part oflBol- shevik leaders. Tho German pcple, it is declared, are opposed to pu hing the invasion whn a cessation of hostilities is possible. Secretary Baker, in his w ekly communication, expressed the ut nost confidence that the Allies, thoroi rgh-l- y prepared to meet the imper ling German offensive, would repulsi the invaders. The Secretary of WJar said although Hun troops have een trained for weeks for the onslai ght, the Allied lines have been strengthened to such a point that a swash through is practically impossible! He said that by.their tactics it is anpar- ent the German military leaders' are nYnppHnr, M vinfnw i wvg.ww v..o n ..Ww-ecre-tar1 J, r call. The Qan you L 11 zm afford to pay less? These aro tho three cardinal requisites of the present condition of world menace. They are the surmounting beatitudes of our chaotic times. We will ignore them only at our poril. We will shirk them only at an overwhelming cost. We must do not only one, but all to win. And win we must. To lose this conflict with the kaiser's hosts; to bend the knee in submission to the will of the Prussian autocracy; to accept, peace terms dictated by the war lords of Germany, would be to trail in the dust the highest hopes of Democracy. It would mark the Waterloo of Liberty. It might spell the end. America wonts no autocratic domination at this late day. The United States has led the way in world enlightenment and tho sowing of the seeds of freedom too long ever to submit to tyranny. And German victory would mean that. So we must work to the utmost in our respective lines that the normal production may be maintained and our material needs may be met fully and promptly. We must save, economize, curtail, that borne consumption may be reduced and our individual resources be kept to their normal standard. For in doing both wo will have more to offer our government, directly and indirectly; through personal sacrifice and investment In war securities. And we can trust our boys at the front to do their share of the fighting; the spirit of freedom will inspire to that. Work, save, fight and WIN. That's our program. FOUND Automobile license tag, The Red Cross chapter nt this No. 23252. Owner can get same by placce has made the following arti- paying for this ad. Call at this office. cles for the soldier boys this winter: 28 pairs of socks, six sweaters, seven pair wristlets, eight pairs of pajamas, 11 scarfs and three comfort kits, with lots of other work almost wncn Leiit In lood condition with completed. BOURBON POULTRY REMEDY I'A lew drops in tnearlnklnx water. Little Miss La Rene Edmiston en- i Keeps uens ncauny una tnalcea ) lay. prevents tertained a few of her friends Satur- I tliem cold. Cures ana and other roup, ... u viv imiiio day evening in honor of her 12th j.H inoiAl linn or irmiieine. j f,uiuce3j.jguonti At druzelat or p v " T hi 'ry birthday. Those present were: Misses. br mall Dnnt. paid. 1'ouUry book free on rooccut Elizabeth Perkins, Orlean Anderson, Bouason bemedt co., luiittu. i Anna and Allino McDowell, Sarah May Pettus, Florida Cummins and Messrs. Mayo Anderson, Evan Ed- 4f1T I represent the largest and belt ordrr clothing house in thti country miston, Burnette Sanders, Francis and Co., Chicago. III. Mj Edmiston, Squire Cummins and Wil- Ed V. Pricemeasuring and directing the e terience In liam Edmjston. They had a royal over of your clothes, agives me the advantage one who la not practical tailor. If you Trill give me your order, I trill promise 70a time. ed. Hens Lay AMAZINGLY d . J& --v vi.Hfv-'- TJ mtm made-to- - To the Public: rank-n- g For over 30 years Crossett Shoes have st od for unusually good leather strong of body, fine in grain. That is what has given them their superior wearing qualities. Today such leather can be used only in shoes costing at least $7.0 to l. Men pay more attention to values They find that then they used to. shoe dollars go further in a high-typ- e (hoe like Crossetts. THE SHADOW BEFORE. Remember that story which flashed across the cables some weeks ago about an American sentry having been killed by a German night patrol? Evidently they surprised and overpowered him. They might Just as easily have taken him prisoner. But they didn't. They cut his throat from ear to ear! Not a pretty story; not a atory commending the much vaunted German kultur; not a story calculated to inspire confidence in the kaiser's close ly following poace proposals. But intensely illuminating! It was notice, served In the German way, of what our boys in khaki may gore-madden- t i The shoe below of Crossett style and show it to you. is a fine example comfort. Let ut expect. It was an early intimation of whaj Hun may be exthe pected to do if he ever puts his nailed keel aad his mailed fist upon Ameri- last Treasury receipts from war savings stamps amounts to $2,845,823, bringing the total for February to $25,134,933 and the total for the campaign to $59,931,107. Jp'J, sBssVi Sa' Future issues of treasury certificates of indebtedness, planned in preparation for the third Liberty loan, will bear an interest rate of 4 2 per cent., or 2 per cent, more than issues of the immediate past. Among the largest items in the Rivers and Haibors Bill, carrying C. McCLARY $19,270,000, the smallest amount in Home Phone S& years is $5,000,000 for continuing Offlce Paene 1ST the work on the Ohio River. No apL. Beazley & Co., propriation for new projects or for surveys was included. The first step to establish a hospital for the criminal insane was taken by the Senate in the passage of a bill by a vote of 22 to 7 providing for their separate confinement. The bill provides that any criminal found Ky to be insane, after the commission of a crime, will be confined in a separate department in one of the penal institutions instaed of at one of tho State hospitals for the insane. Senator Overman is confident of victory for his bill to increase the power of the President, although sevFARM LOANS eral clauses may be revised before Over 3 Millie Learned Through the measure goes to a vote next week. It is expected that the Repub.This OSc lican Senators will continue in jrtieir demands for a War Cabinet and Munitions Director find have the clause INSURANCE stricken out authorizing the President to create new war agencies, LUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE thereby limiting him to changes in Short CkoapsU existing agencies. Lslatoa. Ky. DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER higher prices. My To provide for her pet dog, the in- line of SPRINGIs AND SUMMER samples now ready fer your interest of $1,000 is bequeathed in the spection. Gau now and let me show yon. " Practical Tsnlor will of Mrs. Quincey Buvgess, proDfTOT L vWn-IHtanfoid. Kt. bated in Bourbon county Court. The Spurrier bill to prevent drinkJeweling on trains and giving police power to conductors and trainmen passed 76 to 3 in the Kentucky house. Seven telephone companies wre assessed on their tangible property $4,973,075 by the State Tax CommisSTANFORD. KY. sion, an increase of $2,873,544 over In Western Union Telegraph Office year. money, square deal. Ton will get the worth of your either in the cheapest grades or the r rv Watches, Clocks, ry and Spectacles Repaired by ROBERT FENZEL Satisfaction Guaranteed Undertaker Embalmer 1-- J. J. Phone 42, Stanford, Undertaker - Embalmer 5 Per Cent W. KING & SON 1 can shores. And in the usual Prussian way it was done In the darkl God help America If we fall to bring every resource to bear In winning this war. Anyone Desiring to Sell Their I Makts life's WaJk Easy C . SAM ROBINSON j 1 .........u.... - .....Ju....,.r Cut This Ou It I Worts, Aad God help you and yours If you fall to do your part. Don't miss this. Cut out thi Buy a Liberty Bond before It Is too enclose with five cents to Vo go., 2835 Sheffield Ave., CMigo, late. We MUST strafe the Hun. III, writing your name and 'address clearly. You will receive in return a A let of pessimistic prophets are trial package containing Jfoy's erely eMasppelnted that the last Honey and Tar Compound for Liberty Loan failed to "bust the coughs, colds and croup. Folef Kidtanks." I ney Pills and Foley Cathartl Tab lets. Sold Everywhere ( Farm, Stock or Crops will make money by seeing Dinwiddie & Owens THE HUSTLING REAL ESTATE MEN 'j P IVILLE AND MORELAND t- - 7T - f--