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'is&r 'Tf &JL .j.l- 59th Year. No. 17 DOINGS The Interior Journal, Stanford,Jentucky, Tuesday, February 26, 1918 PATRIOTIC SERVICES AT S. H. S Patriotism will not dio out as long as it is a part of tho educational sys tem of our public schools. Especially is this true of the Stanford schoolJ as nny one attending tho exercises at the high school building last Friday morning could well see. It was the observance of Washington's birth-dnand also flag raising day. Superintendent Cancer nnd. his splendid corps of teachers had manifested their patriotic spirit in the preparation of an inspiring program which the children, young gentlemen and ladies, always expressive of their love for couptry, rendered in a manner well calculated to "Keep tho Home fires Burning." National airs, stories of Washington, bits of history, tributes to the flag, in prose and poem, completed an exercise worthy of the day. The flag raising was under the nuspices of the Boy Scouts. These, headed by the color bearer and the three Patrol leaders, supporting the flag, followed by the school and audience, marched to the flag staff, where amid the strains of the Star Spangled Banner, the beautiful flag was drawn to the top and kissed by the breezes of a beautiful day. Tho audience was dismissed with an appropriate prayer by Rev. and the school given holiday for the remainder of the day. y, Twenty-eigh- t more gnllant Lincoln county's splendid representative at county boys have been added to the Frankfort, spent Sunday with Mrs. number that are being trained for O'Bannon here. Tho doctor was one army service at Camp Zachary Tayof tho Representatives who accepted lor, that number having left Stanthe invitation to the Washington Day ford nt 1:30 Mondny afternoon ns all orders given are carried out to banquet at the Phoenix Hotel, Lex- hundreds of their friends nnd relaerset Journal. the letter none who know him will ington, on the 22nd. He was called on tives bade them in the Rev. William A. Humphries, of doubt. Under the rules of the food for a talk and gave his hearers n splendid work to which they have Mrs. Minerva Jane Pulliam, moHardin county, waived two examinardministration, no manufacturer or good one from the theme, "The Ken- dedicated their lives. It was intended tion claims and has gone to Camp ther of former Commissioner Keeldealer can sell to a retail town cus- tucky Legislature and the Soldier that Judge Charles A. Hardin, who Boys in France." Dr. O'Bannon's re- U holding court here, should make Taylor for training. He is a married ing G. Pulliam, of Lexington, is tomer in excess of twenty-fou- r pounds of flour, or to a country cus marks were well received nnd loudly the boys a talk at the depot, but the man with wife dependent and a dead. Standard Oil interests have bought preacher of the gospel, cither of tomer in excess of forty-eigpounds applauded. Asked about the work be- special train pulled in earlier than which would have put him far back a track of 55 acres of land in Lee nnd then in each instance, only when ing done nt Frankfort, ho said to an was expected and tho young men and county for $25,000 and will drill for the customer buys from him or pro- I. J. representative: "By Joe we are their friends were denied the treat in the classes. duces written certificate that he has getting along all right, but as strange that the I. J. knows Judge Hardin's The Danville city council has pass- oil at once. One American was killed and bought from another a like amount as it may scem3 the 'wets,' ns the ad- speech would have been. Previous to ed an ordinance permitting each family in the city to keep as many as throe wounded in an attack by Mexof substitutes which have not been ministration people are called, are their departure, the Red Cross Chapo two hogs during the period of war. ican bandits on an oil boat at balanced by flour purchase. The sub- trying their best to give the State ter here presented each of the "SamWednesday. bill, but the 'drys,' led by mies" with a sweater and the D. A. o stitutes under the act are hominey, n bono-drThe move is made in order to An amendment to the Administracorn grits, corn meal, corn starch, Dr. Palmer nnd Representative Wag- R. Chapter gave each one a "housethe waste of ihc homes ns well corn flour, barley flour, rolled oats, goner, of Scott, are trying to put wife," a case containing needles, as to make more meat for the peo- tion Railroad Bill empowering the President to take over all short lines ple at home and abroad. oatmeal, rice, rice flour, buckwheat whisky in the drug stores and many pins, thread, etc. They were all dined flour. The farmer may have his own other places. It is a strange condition at the St. Asaph Hotel and much atAt a recent meeting of the build- competing with trunk roads was pass ing committee it was decided to make ed by the House. wheat ground, custom grinding, with - pf affairs, to be sure, but we'll tention was shown them from fheir Frank Beadier was ambushed at out being compelled to take- a like straighten it out before we get arrival in town until they tool: their some additions to the Baptist church midnight at Clay, Ky., by unknown amount of substitutes, but the Gov- through, I hope." The doctor thinks departure. Following is a list of when rebuilding begins. Fifteen feet ernment urgently requests that he do like a great many others do that dry those who made up this increment: will be added to the length of the men at Mine No. 7, of West Kensc . Until April 30th, slaughtered leaders, those who get pay for their Virgil Estes, Charles Dunn, Raymond building and another story added. It tucky Coal Company. Beadier was hens and pullets cannot be sold, and services, are not desirous of seeing Noel Sampson, Charles Dye, Herhas also been decided to move the shot nine times with a pistol and died live hens nnd pullets can only be sold the State dry, because they know bert E. Thompson, Eugene Wall, parsonage to a lot facing Vine street before aid could reach him. Emma Goldman and Alexander that when it is really and truly dry Sam R. Gooch, Hugo Schnitzli-rfor egg production purposes. and a new brick residence will be their jobs are gone. Helton, Worth Johnson, Luther built in its place. Work will .soon be- Bcrkman, the Anarchists now in prisWASHINGTON D. A. R. PARTY on for conspiracy to interfere with Sims, Walter Estes, Foster Smith, gin. Somerset Journal. Miss Susan Fisher Woods, regent FORMER EDUCATOR SUICIDES Theo. Morgan, Thomas S. King. John with German The Presbyterian church in the the draft, Henry C. Anderson, of Somerset, Martin Back, Jay See Vinsor, Chas. United States is preparing for a big spies in foreign countries, according FISCAL COURT .MET MONDAY of the Logan Whitley D. A. R. ChapThe fiscal court had a meeting ter, entertained its members at The whose term as superintendent of pub- Alford, Charles P. Buchanan, Ernest "Drive" for all church causes in to letters made public by the Depart Monday and tho members spent most Princess in a most befitting way for lic schools of Pulaski, expired Jan. F. Koker, Wm. Lee Moor;, Arville March. The Stanford church is fall- ment of Justice. The Red Cross liner Florlzel, from of the day talking about pikes and the celebration of Washington's 1st, suicided by shooting himself Bartley, Carley Emmett Mobley, ing readily into line. On Thursday afternoon a conference of church of- St. Johns for Halifax and New York, how to manage them and keep them birthday. A delicious salad course through the temple Friday morning. Clyde Curtis, Curtis O'Neal Edwards, ficers will be held at the First Pres- with 140 persons aboard, including in repair. All of the magistrates were was served and the table decorations He had just come out of the law of- James Bogie, Clell Waters, Wm. W. passengers, was wreck- present and after much discussion it were flags and miniature cherry fice of Denton & Kennedy, in the Montgomery. byterian church, Danville. Lunch will seventy-eiged twenty miles north of Cape Race was unanimously agreed that the trees. The place cards were hatchets, Waddle building, and without a word conbe served at one o'clock and the ference will follow. Some printed during a blinding storm. Some GO of pikes be divided into sections of tied with red, white and blue ribbon of warning to any one inflicted the JOHNSON MAKES GOOD TALK The address of Rev. Andrew Johnmatter on the subject of Christian the passengers and crew were saved. three to four miles and have farm- and on each was a question concern- fatal wound. He lived less than an Five American aviators in the ers living on them superintend the ing Washington and the days of '7G. hour and was never conscious. An- son at the'open session of the LiberStewardship will be given out this United States and France fell to their work, the court to recommend the Miss Sue Taylor Englcman read an derson, who was only about 28, was ty Service League Friday night was week. Saturday. Three of the air- work to be done. Quite a number of interesting article on what was being married less than a year ago to a replete with good things. His knowlPatriotic Sunday was well observ- death men were killed at Park Field, near farmers have already pledged their done with the Liberty Loan bonds, Miss Isaacs, of his county, and she edge of ancient history is remarkable ed at the Christian Sunday school Memphis, purchased by the D. A. R.'s Delegates is left to bear the odium of a hus and he told of the events of the long one at tho Evermore last Sunday morning with an appro- Ft. Worth, and the fifth wasField, services to look after sections near and their altcrpttes were elected shot their homes and if a sufficient num for band's suicide. The Somerset Com- ago, B. C. and A. D., with the fapriate program. Brief, stirring talks down in combat over the lines in ber will agree to do so, the work the next annual convention at Wash- monwealth says that many irregu- miliarity of conditions as though on different phases of Washington's larities have been found in the office they had only occurred a few years France. can be done for much less than it ington, D. C. An interesting life were made by Elder Joseph The scope of control by the Feder- would cost to have a regular road in during the so- - of the dead man and the indications ago. Rev. Johnson has read a great C. E. Tate and J. S. Hocker. A are that he was short in his accounts. deal and retained it; he has travelCapital Issues overseer. An advantage' of having., a cWourowparhjtheSraeritsupt flag exercise by five children was ef- al Reserve Board's Experts are going over his books, ed all over the country and it has Committee, of municipal bond issues munb,ejuofantelookwfter'small 'por fectively rendered. A brief history of tions of the pikes consists in the fact Washington, and it was fully agreed and the further fact that the grand been of profit to him, hence it is not the flag was told by Joseph Grirnes from $250,000 to $100,000 as that work can be done when it is that it would be but a few years un- jury is in session might have caused strange that he is interesting in con after which the flag was unfurled, Anderson to commit the rash act. minimum size of municipal issues versation as well as a lecturer. He the Boy Scouts circling round and the which the committee will extend found necessary and the overseer til we would have a national holiday, over was introduced by Dr. W. D. will not have to ride all over the celebrating the birthday of Wilson. standing to salute, while the entire HUSTLING BUSINESS MEN influence. of the Methodist church, who county to get to the work. Then too, The honor guests were Mesdames M. singing "America." its audience stood, The firm of Severance & Son is was very complimentary of him. Rev. Increasing demands for raw ma- there would likely be a rivalry among D. Early, J. S. Rice, Robert Benton The entire program, interspersed composed of sure enough business Johnson lived in this county for many-yea$28G,- Woods and Mrs. James H. Woods. with patriotic songs, tied the events terials caused an increase of coun- the men in charge of the roads, men. One day last week they were 000,000 in the imports of this and is Silver" of the past with those of today, try for the first seven months of the many of whom would take pride in WALTER SELLS THE PRINCESS doing business on the South side of Johnson, who a son of "Free by many is remembered having their sections show up betshowing that religion and love for Mr. Wallace W. Walter, who has Main street and the next day their of the Lincoln county people as befiscal yeai Restriction of exports not ter than the other fellow's The I. J. one's country arc vitally related. contributing directly to the prosecu- hopes the plan will prove a satisfac-- . made The Princess one of the most splendid big stock of goods was be- ing quite a politician. tion of the war caused a $186,000,-00- 0 tory one, for if there ever was a popular eating and drinking estab- ing shown the public in the Odd FelIN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES lows' building on the North side of COL. CHAS. C. SPALDING HERE decrease in exports. time when road work was needed it lishments in this section of the State, Richard O. Lackey, a former Madsold out lock, stock and barrel Mon Stanford's most prominent thoroughCol. Charles C. Spalding, who That the administrator of the es- is now. ison county man, is dead at Canon tate day to Messrs. Ernest Prewitt and fare. Some hustlers are those Sever- spoke on the income tax law at the of Mrs. Mary Lily Flagler BingCity, Col. ham will contest tho operation of the DEATH OF PROMINENT MAN John and R. H. Renfro, of Harrods- - ances. last week and made the Mrs. Brent Hudson was fined $00 proposition very clear to the many Kentucky Inheritance Tax Law was Mr. Z. Duke died at his home at burg. The gentlemen run in their at Somerset for bringing whisky into indicated in a report submitted by L. ON SERIOUS CHARGE who heard him, is at the First NationDallas, Texas. It will be remember- home town what is known as the ARRESTED local option territory. A very prominent and wealthy cit- al Bank today and tomorrow and will W. Botts, vice president of the Fidel- ed that he spoke at the Baptist "Blue Ribbon Restaurant." and it is Miss Emma Oldham is dead at the ity & Columbia Trust Company. The church last fall and many were im- a very beautiful as well as popular izens of this city was arrested Sat- be glad to further explain the law to home of her uncle, Judge John C. valuation of the vast estate was plac- pressed with his simple, pleasing place. Mr. John Renfro will be in urday afternoon by Chief of Police those who may not have heard his Chenault, at Richmond. charge of sell- clear and concise talk at the court; ed at $05,322,004.19. message. Mr. Duke was not a charge of tho new purchase hci'e and George T. Wood on the Rice Singleton was acquitted by that he will run The Princess as it ing whisky. For the sake of members house last week. Four National Army soldiers are preacher, but he was a layman who the Bell circuit court of killing John held in the guardhouse nt Camp was greatly interested in church should be, none who know his repu of his family this paper will not menMcCoy, an officer, who had gone F. MILTON PADGETT DEAD Lewis, Washington, on a charge of work. In his talk at the First Bap- tation as a caterer will doubt. Mr. tion his name until after his trial, to his homo to arrest him. Padgett, aged 28 years, Milton treason. The men, it is charged, plot- tist church here he stated that he Walter and Mrs. Walter have given which was postponed from Mnday afThe Danville Messenger says that ted to kill their officers the first time had started life a very poor bin, but their personal attention to tho con ternoon until Thursday afternoon, died in the Kings Mountain section as further evidence of the Danville they got Thursday after a brief illness. He is into action in Europe and by hook or crook he got enough duct of their establishment and the next. Tobacco Market being the best in the deliver the survived by his wife, who was a American force to the money to open a small store. He took excellent manner in which it has been State, Mr. W. P. Kincaid, of Stan- German army. WILL LOSE SIGHT OF EYE managed has been the source of much daughter of Green Griflin, and sevAuthorities at Camp ford, the king tobacco buyer, is sell- Lewis are awaiting a presidential the Lord in as a partner, he said, and gratification to their many friends. Robert Vanoy will lose the sight eral children. The body was held sevall during his business career he gave ing his tobacco over the breaks there. warrant from Washington for the in a good portion of the profits to There is general regret at their sell- of his right eye as the result of a eral days awaiting the arrival of a Gov. Stanley has appointed Judge ternment of the men as alien ene- churches and other good causes. At ing out, but there is consolation in nail he was attempting to drive strik- sister from a distance. W. R. Shackelford, of Richmond, to mies. The Judge Advocate General the time of his death he had a chain the thought that they are not to ing the ball of the member. The acpreside over the February term of HALF DOZEN DOGS KILLED announced that all charges of trea- of stores, some 25 or more, and gave leave the "best town on the map." cident occurred several days ago, and the Woodford Circuit Court, in place son would be tried by a while the doctors hold out some hope There were a half dozen or more the profits of all of those establishof Judge Robert L. Stout, who has HEMP MEETING FRIDAY that the sight may not be' entirely dogs killed in town Sunday and Sunments to church work. Thomas D. been ordered South for the remainThe hemp growers of this county gone, he can can never expect to see day night. It is not known who the Meatless days in the United States der of the winter by his physician have saved 140,000,000 pounds of Newland, Jr., son of our townsman, will meet nt the e Friday much out of it. slayer was or how ho slayed, but it conducts one of the stores and bears on account of ill health. took Les Logan a good portion of beef in four months, the food admin- testimony to the good work Mr. afternoon at 2 o'clock to take steps AGED MRS. LOVE DEAD The Bluegrass Special train, northMonday to drag them to the canine istration announces. In this period Duke has been doing during tho toward forming an organization for Mrs. Love, an aged woman of the burying ground bound to Cincinnati on the Southern and lay them peace105,000,000 pounds of beef were ex- years he has known him. Mr. Duke the purpose of grading, baling and railway, had a head-oKings Mountain vicinity, died Thurs- fully away. collison near ported to the allies, together with was a very warm friend of Dr. M. D. storing the hemp crop. At a meeting day and was buried in the burying Brannon with a work train from s pounds of pork prod- Early, whoso long acquaintance with of the hemp growers of 10 Lexington. No casualties resulted, 400,000,000 Saturday ground near Jack Murphy's SaturLexington counties at LITTLE DOING IN C. C. ucts. The announcement concludes: but the engine of the work train was "If tho many peoplo who have assist- the good man makes him feel a per- meetings were called in each county day. She was an excellent woman and Very little is being done in circuit sonal loss in his death. her death is the cause of much sor- court. No cases of importance have considerably damaged, several cars for the above purpose, ed in tho accumulation of exportablo row in tho section in which she had been tried so far and tho chances are derailed and the Bluegrass Special meat products could receive PIANO BUSINESS GOOD Owsley Walton, son of Col. W. P. lived so long. delayed for about three hours until stocks of very few will. Absence of witnesses tho expressions of gratitude with Mr. L. D. Wilson of The Wilson & Walton, has returned home from the the track was cleared. The heavy fog which and failure of attorneys to answer these shipments are now being Sons' Piano Co., of Muncic, Ind., is was responsible for the collision. Great Lakes Naval Training School LONGER SIDETRACK AT HEMP ready will make the present the dullreceived in Europe thev would feel spending a few days in Stanford & N. has a force of hands The L. A. H. Barber, of Springfield, a after being given choice of coming est circuit court in years. amply rewarded for the sacrifice." helping Mr. J. L. Beazley sell the here or being quarantined when scar- lengthening the side tracks at Hemp. member of the Deinologian Literary ono on the East side will be exSociety won the twenty-secon- d RED CROSS ITEMS oraAppeals were made to tho Railway high class Wilson & Sons' pianos. let fever broke out in. barracks there. The tended nearly to the Knob Lick torical contest which was held last Wage Board not to forget the thou Mr. Beazley sold his 18th piano on He. will stay here until recalled. Word has just been received from crossing, while tho West end will Washington headquarters that chapnigljt. His subject was, "The Victo- sands of railway employes who con Monday. This is quite a record in Lexington Herald. run nearly to where tho pike cross- ters may retain 25 per cent., of each piano sales for a town the size of ries of War." The second honor went tribute materially to tho operation BOOK RECEPTION es the railroad near James II. Wood's additional dollar by annaul members to Mr. W. D. Chamberlain, of Glas- of trains but are little known to tho Stanford. The Wilson & Sons' piano On Friday evening at 7 o'clock the farm. is a beautiful high grade instrument, gow, a member of tho Chamberlain public. At tho hearing yesterday for the purpose of raising their memLiterary Society. His subject yas tips to Pullman porters were defend- with a tone that at onco appeals to Woman's Club willJgivo a reception SOLD HIS INSURANCE BUSINESS bership in the magazine class. which every ono in tho club rooms "Tho Triumph of An Ideal." e ed by tho general manager of tho those who are only satisfied with tho is most cordially to Russell Brown has sold his insur'invited and also WIND DID MUCH DAMAGE best. Tho slogan of tho manufacturAdvocate. Pullman company. earnestly solicited? to bring a book ance business at Liberty to W. Sherers is "Each sale creates another," The wind storm of last night did man Allen, of that place, and has considerable damage, blowing down ABOUT CONSTIPATION Two of Gen. Halo's orderlies who has proven true in thousands of cas- for tho library. Gome and have n done the sensible thing of moving many trees, hemp and corn shocks. Certain articles of diet tend to accompanied him to good time and help agood cause. Franco arrived es. check movements of tho bowels. The back to Stanford, from which place A portion of tho cornico was blown most common of these are cheese, at Camp Zachary Taylor yesterday ho should never have gone. Buying thrift stamps day by day A HINT TO THE AGED from Judge T. A. Rico's handsome tea, and boiled milk. On tho other enthusiastic over the reception acyears If Is not a game of chance, home on Danville avenue. hnnd raw fruits, especially apples corded tho General and his staff by could people past sixty go to of ago be persuaded to bed as "Can't do without it, so I send nnd bananas, also graham bread take cold and remain in It's the silent way in which you say; $1.50 for another year's subscription as and whole wheat bread promote a tho French people. It is expected that soon for they or two days, they would "God help our lads in France." CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS one bed movement of the bowels. When tho Gen. Hale will reach tho local camp recover much more quickly, especial to the Interior Journal," writes J. These Tablets are intended es bowels are badly constipated, how- within tho next few days. pecially for disorders of tho stomach, ly if they take Chamberlain's Cough "Please find enclosed $3 for your S. Routen from tho West End. ever, tho sure way is to 'take one or liver and bowels. If you are troubled Remedy. There would also be less good paper," writes Ed Foster from two of Chamberlain's Tablets immes job printing at the In- - with henrtburn. Indigestion or constijob printing at tho In-- 1 danger of the cold being followed by s diately after supper. WDeriy. pation they will do you good. terior Journal office. any of the more serious illness. terior Journal office. e. d ht WITH THE CHURCHES The new $30,000 Methodist church will bo dedicated. March 17th. The dedicatory sermon will bo preached by Dr. Merry, of Louisville, a noted evangelist. The new church is ono of the prettiest In the state and ono that all Somerset is proud of. Som- THE COUNTRY OVER Ford cars have been advanced $90 on tho car. Fifteen people were killed and 25 injured in n wreck on the Southern Railway near Columbia, S. C. J. T. Quinby, an soldier and a prominent citizen of Spencer county, is dead at Taylor-vill- SAUNDERS MADE FOOD ADMR. Hon. James N. Saunders has been made food administrator of this county nnd has already assumed his duties. His selection is an admirable one nnd that he will give the work much of his attention and see that Tnm-pic- con-serv- - Braz-elto- n, , Mo-da- m ht Bal-lo- u, -- c4rTteyneW Jj Wel-bur- n, rs court-hous- e court-martia- l. court-hous- n blue-gras- Dan-vill- High-clas- 4.li High-clas- p The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, February 26, 1918 THE INTERIOR tnltred ( A JOURNAL ' E. C. Walton and J. H. Wright pottefio at HUntordf Xy., itetnd elott mail mattir. ti Lincoln .County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky Capital, Surplus, Profits TO EXPUNGE AND CENSURE On the claim that he wanted to extend his remarks on "the selective draft," Caleb Powers secured con- Shoes of Distinction $160,000,00 DEPOSITS Half Million Dollars RESOURCES Three Quarters Million Dollars "Corner Next to Court House" Miss Rosie OTTENHEIM Montag has gone to THIS AND THAT The Japanese, according to reli- able authority, intend to take action Miss Emma Ensslin was the guest in Siberia at an early date and thcro of Miss Mollie Ollish. are evidences that the Japanese have Miss Margaret Urban left Otten-hei- long been preparing to carry out this Thursday for New York. move. Miss Lillian Russell was the guest Jess Willard, heavyweight champion, when informed that Fred Fulof Miss Elizabeth Disch Tuesday. Mrs. James Chappell was the guest ton had knocked out Frank Moran, of Mrs. Adolph Westendorf Monday said he would meet Futlon for the afternoon. championship if Fulton is willing "to Miss Elizabeth Disch and Miss Lil- make reasonable terms." lian Russell were guests of Mr. MarThe gravity of the Russian coltin and Miss Anna Easelman Sunday lapse is felt keenly at Washington, afternoon. but the attitude of the Government is The Death Angel visited the home a stronger determination to push the of Mr. ad Mrs. Robert Petrey and war to victorious end. President Wiltook away their loving daughter, son has held a conference with Col. Grade Petrey. E. M. House, and it is expected that Mr. 15. G. Russell has moved his the President again will go before saw mill to the Ephesus church, Congress with an arraignment of where he will saw the material to Prussian brutality in connection with build a new church building. the treatment of Russia. m Cincinnati. C-A-S- -H Beginning March 1st, 1918 We Will Sell Groceries Only For Cash On account of government regulations, and high prices, we have decided to put our grocery business on a strictly cash basis. By following this policy we can comply with the food administration rules and can sell you groceries at a very small profit. Here are a few of our prices taking effect March , 1918 9 cents Granulated Sugar 20 cents Arbuckle's Coffee Good roasted coffee in bulk... 5 cents 15 cents Coal Oil, per gallon 5 cents Matches, per box 3 cans 50 cents Tomatoes 3 cans Salmon 50 cents Corn Syrup, per gallon 75 cents These prices are for cash only. We could not sell groceries at these prices, and wait from three to six months for our money. Everything else priced in proportion. We carry a full line of Groceries, Hardware, Medicines, Shoes and General MerPatent chandise. We want your business, come and : see us. 1 1 3-l- b. up-to-da- te ::::::::: A.J.Weddle&Son Hustonville's Leading Store Kentucky Hustonville, -:- ' political Thomas B. Cromwell, writer for the Cincinnati Enquirer, says that Dr. Alexander, Harry or Harry Summers will be choice for govthe ernor next year, but if that faction expects to win it will have to trot out heavier horses than these. Dr. Alexander may have money enough to buy the office, if it were for sale, Editor Saufley says in the Rich- but it is not. And the others have mond Register, in complimenting neither money nor ability to comChief of Police George T. Wood's mend them. line is complete in Ladies' Spring Suits, work, that "bootleggers and evil doers have been ' permitted to rim DON'T SCOLp, MOTHER! new shades Skirts. in Coats 'wide open in Stanford." Mr. SaufTHE CROSS CHILD IS models. You can to ley is wrong, as he knew when he BILIOUS, FEVERISH penned the lines that he was. No We can sell a our prices. evil doer has ever been allowed to Look At Tongue! If Coated, Clean coat from run "wide open" in Stanford, nor Little Stomach, Liver, $ We have of Linens, received a will he ever be as long as the citiBowels zenry is of the high class that it has A Ginghams, Etc., will you been since the writer has known it of Don't scold your fretful, peevish prices on them. 'way back in the '70's. It is true whisky has been sold here, but it has child. See is tongue is coated ; this inspection. Goods for not been with nor by the consent of is a sure sign its little stomach, liver else. to sell cheaper the people and the officers. The fact and bowels are clogged with sour waste. Come that a prisoner was liberated last you buy. see for When listless, pale, feverish, full week who had served 280 days for bootlegging and that during the year of cold, breath bad, throat sore, does 1917 hundreds of dollars were col not eat, sleep or act naturally, has lected from those who persisted in stomachache, indigestion, diarrhoea, the infraction of the law against give a teaspoontul ot "(Janiornia SALEM & SALEM whisky selling is some proof that the Syrup of Figs," and in a few hours bootlegger has not been given full all the foul waste, the sour bile and XXttCXXSXSXXSXXX3tt(X3CXXS9 sway. It is not fair that such a report fermenting food passes out of the shall go out about this good town and bowels and you have a well and playsuch misrepresentation will never go ful child again. Chilldrcn love this unchallenged as long as the Interi- harmless "fruit laxative," and mothor Journal is published under its pres- ers can rest easy after giving it, beAll young men and young women desirous of advancement should write ent management. We arc surprised cause it never fails to make their litfor the Catalogue and Booklet of (he that Mr. Saufley, who above all men, tle "insides" clean and sweet. Keep it handy, Mother! A little should feel most friendly to his old SPEED BUILDING (lUrta ! the Put OHlct) LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY given today saves a sick child tohome town, should thus malign morrow, but get the genuine. Ask your druggist for a bottle of "CaliThe President, at the request of fornia Syrup of Figs," which has diCongressman Thomas, has ordered rections for babies, children of all plainly on that Lt. Col. Allen and Maj. Milton ages and for grown-up- s tne oottie. Kememoer there are Board, surgeons, be tried by court martial at Camp Zachary Taylor for counterfeits sold here, so surely look gross neglect of a soldier from Cum- and see that yours is made by the berland county, which it is claimed, "California Fig Syrup Company." caused his death, the measles having Hand back with contempt any other lt by neglect produced paralysis and fig syrup. double pneumonia. Man's inhumanity Representatives of capital and la to man makes countless thousands bor began conferences at Washingmourn and in this case, if the charg- ton yesterday to reach an arrange es are true, should make the ment designed to prevent strikes and fellows feel either the to assure maximum production of Buy canvas, halter draw or the bullets of a firing materials necessary for the Ameri squad. can armies abroad. The committee this store. canorganized and heard Secretary WilIt seems that the drys of the Leg son outline the purposes of the vas was twelve islature do not want bone drv pro hibition. Those in the House voted to months ago. will let a man have all he wanted for his Mrs. Matt Young, mother of H. R. personal use, but the Senate, by a de- Young and J. R. Young, is very sick give our customers cisive vote, declined to concur. If wo at Highland of pneumonia. Her chilare to have prohibition, let us have dren are all with her. of this the bone dryest kind and take the Read the advertisement of A. J. question out of politics forever. It purchase. prices seems, however, that the political Weddle & Son. They have something prohibitionists want to keep up the of interest to tell you. agitation indefinitely. It is their only stock in trade, without which their Now is the time to plan your occupation would be gone. Orchard, Lawn and Garden! For the first time in the history of Our large descriptive catalog Indiana the Democratic and Repubof reliable Fruit and Shade Tree., Small Fruit., Shrub., lican party leaders have agreed and Evergreen, Grapes, Seed Poas n result partisan politics will be tatoes, Strawberries, Asparagus laid aside while both parties unite to Etc., if free upon inquiry. We make the Third Liberty Loan drive have NO AGENTS. Write to. day. in Indiana a big success. Another feature of the coming campaign is the H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS disloyal vote denounced and scorned Lexington, Ky. i uy uotn parties. INTERIOR JOURNAL-$I- .50 YEAR! ey sent of Congress to print them In the Congressional Record. Instead of doing so, however, he devoted his speech to "skinning" his opponent, Judge Robsion, of Barbour-villOne of the paragraphs is to the effect that the judge had criticised his clothes by saying that when he canvassed the district he wore patched pants and actually had patches put on where there were no holes. Powers denies the charge nnd says that while he can not dress as fine as the judge, who is a rich banker, he tries to dress respectably ns a plain citizen. He is particularly ex act in saying he never had patches where there were no holes, claiming that all he could do was to have patches where there were holes. There was much more of such drivel. Critics of the speech are disgucstcd with such rot and say it should not be given free printing and circulation at the expense of the taxpayers. A resolution will be presented to expunge it from the Record and have Powers rebuked for taking advantage of a privilege. This is the second speech Powers has made in answer to Judge Robsion and franked it over the 11th district. It shows the manner of man he is to those who do not know his real character and the incident should lead to an abrogation of the privilege of having speeches printed at the expense of the government that are never delivered, or at least the adoption of a resolution that no speech shall be printed that deviates from the subject for which the privilege is granted. Nearly every copy of the Congressional Record is crowded with alleged speeches in which rascally members take advantage of the permission to print by using the space for private or electioneering purposes. It is a swindle and an outrage. e. Jul VwBPk The Walk-Ov- er Shoe The World's Greatest of All Shoes We are still featuring the English model as fancy dictates. Also several other models of the 1918 spring styles same old price, no advance on these. in all leathers. Ladies' Walk-Over- s a work of exclusiveness. These are Traveling Bags Suit Cases Trunks Solid Leather&Traveling Bags and Suit Cases. Also cheapeifgrades. Steamer Trunks and the larger Dress Trunks. We are headquarters for Ladies' and Men's Wear McRoberts, Bailey & Rupley MAIN STREET STANFORD, KY. Haley-Beckha- m SPRING They're BARGAINS Our and and latest them at the buy afford spring you $3.98 to $19.50 shipment just the right make and A beautiful assortment We ready Curtain your than anyone are prepared yourself before and The BARGAIN STORE TRAIN TO FILL GOVERNMENT AND BUSINESS POSITIONS SPENCERIAN COMMERCIAL. SCHOOL. shoulder-st- rapped Canvas your now at Our bought We advantage the early Get our Tobacco R Severance & Son Stanford, Kentucky A THE The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, February 26. 1918 Secretary M'Adoo has earnestly requested all banks to set apart for the present about one per cent of its gross resources per week to be invested in "Treasurer Certificates of Indebtedness of the U. S." bearing 4 per cent interest, which certificates may in about ninety days be used in the purchase of U. S. Bonds of the Third Liberty Loan. In anticipation of this new bond issue, this Bank now offers its services to purchase for its customers and the public the said certificates, and later the bonds. .,-.- Step Lively! Corns Quit whV'Giit-lt- " The Great of the Age. Never Pails. Painless. "Watch my atop? What's tho isaol I go along "right sldo up without corns, becnuso I uso Corn-Loosen- Jerry Adams, of Hustonville, was in the city today. The condition of Mrs. Mary Warren remains the same. Mr. W. B. Moss, of Lancaster, took this morning's train for Pinevillc. Attorney J. E. Robinson, of Lancaster, is attending court here today. Mr. Ray Holtzclaw spent the day with his aunt, Mrs. Ollie Spratt Sunday. Miss M. Ellen Moore has resumed her work in the Crab Orchard graded school. Dr. L. F. Jones and his handsome wife were here from Crab Orchard Monday. John Owsley Reid and Hugh Rcid Foster went to Louisville Monday af It BUY THE FAMOUS "'" 1-- " '" ''"'"""' """ Gordon Auto Casings 30x3 2 $22.00 care," oven with "Qots-Ittho painless, I tried corn remover. other ways galore, until I was bluo ", Positive Guarantee to Run 6,000 Miles Sold and Guaranteed by The Lincoln Pharmacy The 24LoJL Store ctxxmi ra v ternoon. i StaplrCan'tStoptn, We ue"GeU4t"l tho In the faco and red In "Gots-It.- toes, ixo " It moro for me. Uso never falls. Touch any corn or caltwo drops of "Gets-I- t lus with does tho rest. It's a nnd "Gets-It- " relief to bo ablo to stop cutting corns, making them bleed, wrapping them tip HUo packages and using sticky tapo and salves. It removes any corn clear and clean, leaving as the too as smoothnew your palm. You shoes without can wear those r pain, danco and bo frlrtv on yo-jfeet. It's great to use "Gets-It.- " Is sold at all druggists "Gets-i- r (you need pay no more than 25 cents a bottle), or sent on receipt of prlco :U oy E. Ijawrence a vu., v.iuuutiu, Sold in Stanford and recommendMrs. B. G. Gover was over from ed as the world's best corn remedy PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Lexington last of the week. by The Penny Drue Store. March 1 Book Reception in the Misses Sallic Mills Craig and Marie Dick Cox was here from Mt. VerWoman's Club rooms at 7 o'clock. Ballard were in Louisville Friday. non Monday. Beulah-WalkCirMarch 2 The John Ball and wife spent Sunday Rev. George E. Childress, of Rockcle will meet with Misses Maggie and with his parents in the Waynesburg castle, was in the city Monday. section. Kittie Jones at 2:30. Mrs. W. B. O'Bannon spent severMr. and Mrs. Ben Edward WilMrs. W. R. Todd, of Lancaster, liams, of Nicholasville, were here al days with Lancaster relatives. Mr. John M. Cress, of Boyle, took has been the guest of Miss Lyle Coop- Sunday. er. Bryan Bradshaw, of the Turners- this morning's train for Brodhead. R. A. Whitehead, of Lewisburg, Misses Jennie and Charlotte War- ville Supply Co., was in Louisville Tenn., was in the city on business spent Sunday with relatives at last week. ren Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hill and daugh- Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Weatherford Mrs. H. H. Bruning, of Cincinna- ter were in Louisville last week for and Francis Weatherford were here ti, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. several days. Monday. T. J. Hill, Jr. Mrs. A. J. Borders and her mother, from Hustonville Mr. Isaac Jones, the aged father who made a hurried Mrs. Sam Hardin have been in LouisHill Carter, of Mr. Josh Jones, continues very trip to his farm near Rolla, Kansas, ville for a few days. against his rereturned Saturday. Mr. J. C. Engleman, of Paris, was ill, with the chances Dr. W. A. Wheeler, of Lancaster, here Sunday with his mother, Mrs. covery. Mesdamcs Henry F. Ncwland and was over having Dr. J. B. Perkins John Engleman, Sr. Ivon Fish, of Crab Orchard, were in do some dental work. James M. Phillips, the hustling Okla Holtzclaw, of Indianapolis, concrete man, made a business visit the city Monday to sec the boys take their departure. and A. L. Holtzclaw, of Terrc Haute, to London last week. Mrs. Sue Bright, who has been with their sisInd., have been here Mr. David May, of Clark county, ter, Miss Alpha Holtzclaw. guest of his relatives, with her dauhgter, Mrs. Charles H. has been the Carter, returned to her home at Mt. Miss Ruby Montgomery, who has Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Smith. Sterling Monday morning. recdntly closed a very successful Rev. Joseph Hopper was herefrom Miss Ann Bronaugh, who has been term of school at Turnersville, has Jackson last week for a brief visit to in St. Louis purchasing her spring M. Carter. his mother, Mrs. Kittie Hopper. been the guest of Mrs. J. millinery, returned home Dr. Charles Saunders and family, Mr. M. D. Elmore suffered a stroke stock of Tuesday afternoon. Pinevillc Sun. of Perryville, spent Sunday with Mr. of paralysis Thursday, while at his Mr. O. F. Wnllin, who has been R. E. Lee Rupley and family. Mrs. store. His left sife was affected. parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. D Saunders and Mrs. Rupley are sisMiss Ann Dunn has returned to with his Wallin, in the Cedar creek section, ters. her home at Hustonville after a visit has returned to his home at Reliance". Matthew Fenzcl and sister-in-lato her sister, Mrs. Dan Traylor. Miss Marguerite Welsh, of Mt. VerMisses Nancy Hunn and Elizabeth Ohio. Miss Margaret Azbill, of Richnon, were here Sunday night to meet Carter were the week end guests of Mrs. Fcnzel, who had been visiting Miss Lillie Mae Sutton, at Lancaster. mond, the attractive sister of Mrs. S. her guest. She in Louisville and who came in on Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Robards, of Y. Carson, has been came down for the George WashingNo. 21. Kress, Texas, are the guests of her Attorney Kelly J. Francis was in mother, Mrs. Laura Hundley and sis- ton dance. T. C. Ball and son, Garrard Ball, Somerset Friday on business. He was ter, Mrs. Clay Davis. of and were up from Shelby City Saturday. when in town Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Perkins schools, Henry C. Anderson, killed little daughter, Miss Elizabeth Per They said that Mrs. Ball had been himself, and says the tragedy caused kins, of Crab Orchard, have been in confined to her bed for a month, but that she was thought to be improvgreat excitement. Louisville several days. ing. Thomas Coleman, of Louisville, Misses Lottie Carson and Kate DaThe Interior Journal has few betspent Sunday with his mother, who vis Raney have returned from Louister friends or more interested readhad the misfortune to break an ankle ville, where they went to get ideas in some three weeks ago. She is suffer- the latest creations of spring millin ers than Mr. J. E. Bruce, of this city, who has been taking the paper for ing some with the broken member, ery. Mr. J. H. Wright and Miss Eliza 44 years and has never been behind but is doing as well as could be expected. beth Hunn, of Louisville, motored on it a day. Mr. Livingston Cooper, of the Col. Lucien Beckner, of Winches- through and were the guests of relaMorcland section, was a caller at this ter, was here Saturday and paid this tives and friends here and in Hustonoffice Monday. He has been "housed" office a call. The colonel is now a ville. geologist, having spoiled a good Dr. Fayette Dunlap and Mrs. Hen- most all of the winter with a severe newspaper man in the making of ry Camnitz, of Danville, and Mrs. attack of rheumatism. While with us one. He says he still has a hanker- Kate Culbcrtson, of Georgetown, he paid for his I. J. for the 22nd ing for his old profession and yet re- were guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. year. Messrs. J. C. McClary and William tains an interest in the republican Cooper. paper being published at his town by Mrs. Estill Carter have Severance went to Mt. Vernon MonMr. and e Editor T. Saunders Orr, formerly of moved into the Helm proyerty on day to make the soldier boys a they left for Camp Zachary formerly livHarrodsburg. Danville avenue. They ed on Logan avenue, in a house of Taylor. The I. J. is informed that 17 each of the gentlemen did himself Mr. J. A. Allen. Brazelton, Prof, and Mrs. proud. Dr. H. J. M. L. Caneer. Miss Eflie Cancer and Mrs. Lelia B. Cook was over from J. L. Beazley were guests of Mr. and Lexington Friday and Saturday with Mrs. James A. Beazley at Lancaster, her daughter, Mrs. J. B. Perkins, and Sunday afternoon. many friends. She came by Dinville Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Elkin, Miss- to see her granddaughter, Miss T.elia es Emilv Ann Elkin and Annie Mar Morris Cook, who on the 14th arrivgaret Elkin, of Lancaster, and Lieut. ed at the home of Fred Cook. James Phillips, of Camp Zachary William Westerfield, of Paris, was Taylor, were here Sunday afternoon. hero the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. Misses Emma Warren and Jane D. Elmore and the family of W. H. Garman have moved from the Lee Brady. William, a few years ago, beStone nronertv on Logan to the Mrs. gan training for work as a jockey, FtmgUMUg 4TT Nancy Ann Logan property. Mr. and but after riding one or two races, Mrs. Bronston Elder have moved jn-t- c decided that he was cut out for some other calling. the house vacated by them. Mr. and Mrs. George S. Carpenter, William Grimes was in Louisville Friday and Saturday. His sister, Miss who sold their farm out on R. D. No. who is attending 1. a few weeks ago, have bought the Matsy Grimes, Try one of our Shumate Raschool in Lexington, but was in Lou- property on East Main street owned zor. It it guaranteed to give good service for life. isville for the parade Friday, accom-panie- d by the mother of H. C. Anderson and will move to it next week. Ther him home for a few days. We have a large stock to sewill give lect from, and at popular Rev. A. J. Pike, of Brodhead, was many friends in Stanford prices. route to them a royal welcome here. hero Monday morning en Miss Lyle Cooper and Miss Clara funeral of Store Kirksvillo to preachof the oldest and Cash, two of Stanford's most attracThe the Milton Cotton, one best men in that section of Mudison tive girls, have returned to their E. R. Coleman, Prop. county. Rev. Pike was pastor of the home after a short visit to Danville Stanford, Ky. Phone No. 2 Stephenson Gilead church for 20 years and dur- friends. Mrs. Stanley Mr. Cotton was ono of nnd Mrs. J. W. Hicks, of Hustoning the time the most devoted members and best ville, were among Danville's many J.'i 'l . workers. It was his request that Rev. busy shoppers yesterday from out of Corns j:wm,7l'i U " "4' " Hon. L. L. Wnlker, of Lancaster, was here today looking after legal --''- vg'wMsrm XSm.. -... business. Mrs. Belle Henderson, of Paint Lick, passed through this morning to Brodhead. The First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. Kvcry woman should Co her duty In rearing a strong, vigorous nnd hcnlth scneratlon. Kor throo gencratlonp, women awaiting childbirth have u icd tho safe, Mr. George Trotter, of Campbclls-villsxtcrnal preparation "Mcther's Hrlonrt". is the guest of his sister, Mrs. Tho drawn skin of tho abdomen lo ma.io lnstlc, tho muscles expand with t'isi M. D. Elmore. vhen baby Is born and tho lnfl.ai.imatton bread 'J tendency to soreness Is Joe Baugh and family are over f otheJ. glands and othermorning Sick ho e, from Pinckard, with relatives. Mrs. Susan Woodford county, ness or na i"fa li avoldc 1 nnl th.a makes for tho futuro hclth ntvl i.aur of tin child. Writo to Iho Braiflel.l Ilcgulat ' Co., rept. I. S00 Lamar Hu.ldinf, At'anta, Oa., fjT their booi;, "Mothirho i li! t.io Ban". It Is fr e to t'l at ur net a ilruf? bnttle cf Mother's Friend" i Bints' today nnd do nut i.ccloct to apjly It night and morning. four-year-old cr Yeager left Monday for Pittsburgh, Pa., to visit her sister, Mrs. Joseph E. Johnston. Mr. T. M. Purdom nnd daughter, Miss Lera Purdom, of Moreland section, were in the city Monday. Mrs. W. II. Worsham, of Corbin, who has been with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Gover, returned home today. Mr. and Mrs. James Chandler, of Crab Orchard, were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Spratt and family Sunday. Col. Monroe Thompson, the boss real estate dealer of the South End, is in town todny. Watch next issue for his advertisement. Attorney K. S. Alcorn and Dr. E. J. Brown went to Harrodsburg Friday night and each made a good talk to the Liberty Service League of that city. Little Thomas Faulkner Badgett has been very low at his home out on pike. Drs. Southard, tho Cut-oBrown and Creech have been waiting on him. Mrs. T. A. Rice went to Lexington this morning to spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carr. She was invited to go with them to scj Anna Held tonight. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. LcCompto rnd children, of Frankfort, are visiting her sister, Mrs. A. P. Hunn in this city, and brother, Edgar Reynolds and family, at McKinncy. Dr. M. D. Early was taken ill during his sermon at the Baptist church Sunday morning and could not finish his message. We are glad to state that he is very much better today, in act he is almost himself acain. Mr. W. II. Blair, who moved to Waynesburg from Harlan county and opened a store, was a caller at this office Monday. He is more than pleased with his new home and is doing a very satisfactory business in the capital of the Southern End. Miss Elizabeth Carpenter returned yesterday from Lexington, where she has been visiting friends and relatives for a few days. She was accompanied on her return by Mrs. J. Turner Carpenter, of Fayette county. Mrs. Carpenter will return with Miss Carpenter to the home of the latter in Lincoln county for a brief visit. ff FOR SALE Pair coming I have for sale 10 or mare mules, good workers; pairs of broke mules now ready for the plow. Phone 3G01 Danville. black jack with white 14tf points; 53 tons of corn silage. Wil J. M. Cress. 100 gallons of sorg liam Cordier, Rowland. FOR SALE f hum molasses at GOc a gallon at my A good tobacco man; WANTED place. Come at once. I. C. Livingscan furnish some corn land; must p ton, Stanford, R. F. D. No. 3. have help to take care of crop. Four for" Ford LOST A miles from Stanford on Hustonville car out on the Hustonville pike. pike. C. L. Carter, Stanford, R. D. Think it was lost near Turnersville. No. 5. Please return to this office or Dan HEMP "BREAKERS WANTED Traylor. I want seven or eight hands to break WANTEDi AGENTS Veoffer hemp. Will pay $3.25 per hundred. you a steady and permanent income. Nothing but good breakers need apProtected territory. Write today. ply. J. H. Thompson, Preachcrsville- FOR SALE 12 17-t17-2in 17-- 2t Sta-WCompany, Box 294, Spring16-- 2 field, Mo. Mrs. C. E. Schoene and son and Miss Willie Moore, who have been at the bedside of their grandmother. Mrs. Mary Warren, returned to St. Louis, Sunday. WANTED At once a registered pharmacist. One who is competent to take care of first class business. The Lincoln Pharmacy, J. W. Acey, prop. Stanford, Ky. FOR SALE A yearling Kentucky Red Berkshire boar. Price right. He is a good one and a thoroughbred. See me at once. W. G. Gooch, Stan17-- tf ford. R. F. D. No. 4. el lG-- 2t BUSINESS CHANCES I want from people who would invest in a growing business. This is no scheme or mining proposition. Can use a number of competent people-later- . Sample of product and particulars free. Arthur F. Smith, Court Reporter, Springfield, Mo., Box 294. to-he- 14-- 4t GRADED SCHOOL TAXES All graded school taxes are past due and if same are not paid at once, will be advertised and property sold. This is my last warning. Please do not embarrass me and yourself by having nie do this. C. Hays Foster, Collec- tor. 1C-- 2 :I Here's Something Npw V 1 VI 8 Come in and look at this collar. One collar is adjustible to fit four differ- ent size horses. Advocate. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken by catarrh sufferers for the past thlrty-flv- o years, i.nd has become known aa tho most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Medlclno acts thru the Blood on the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Poison from the Blood and healing the diseased portions. After you have taken Hall's Catarrh Medlclno for a short time you will see a Brent improvement In your general health. Start taking Hnll'B Catarrh Modi, cine at once and get rid of catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHKNBY & CO.. Toledo, Ohio. r. Bold hv nil DrmrglFtp W. H. Higg ins, Stanford Genuine Oliver Plows talk-befor- and Repairs CRAB CENT-A-WOR- D ADS (Ad litre are 1 cent a word each Usue, cash with order; no ad Iei than 25c each Issue.) W.E. PERKINS ORCHARD KENTUCKY RAZORS Penny Drug Notary public blanks for sale at this office. WIRE Fence, barrel and sack salt at T. D. Newland & Son's. FOR SALE Pony, trap and harness. G. B. Harris, Crab lG-Orchard, Ky. desire-abl- o LIVING ROOMS Several rooms for rent over my store. 12tf See me at onco. E. T. Pence. FOR SALE A good stallion, seven years old. Will sell at a bargain if sold at once. Geo. W. Richardson, p Somerset, Ky. 16-2- p two-sente- d 2t Cremo Dairy Feed Feed your milk cows Cremo Dairy Feed. It is a mixture of Cotton Seed Meal, Alfalfa Meal, Gluten Feed, Molasses and Mill Feed. We hava sold this feed for more than a year and know that it is fine for milk cows. 16.5 per cent protein. We have this in 100 lb. sacks. 14-4- John Hutching on the farm. FOR SALE A soven passenger Paige touring car, new. Owner in France. Apply to J. Ed Allen or Gill 7-- MilleU anl peavino hay, baled and $25 per ton. On Geo. Evans, farm near Crab Orchard. See FOR SALE tf i . IjimmP Pike preach his funeral. town. Advocate. Ky. lC2t MONEY TO LOAN $1,000 and up on improved farm lands in Lincoln county. 5 per cent. Rufe 10-8- t Ashurst, Somerset, Ky. M. Cooper, Danville, J.H.Baughman&Co. IMCOSrOKATID The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, February 26, 1918 STOCK AND CROP Wnltcr Spoonnmoro sold to C. C. Tnpp a bny horso for $50. J. L. Bcazlcy sold n Jersey heifer nnd cnlf to II. P. Long for $60. At Columbia, Mo., n pair of mules sold for $820 and another pair for LAND, WAYNESBURG THE LATEST WAR NEWS Nikolai Lenlne, ho Bolshevik PreMrs. II. II. Singleton is able to bo Gaines two brood sows for $85. Leon Trotzky, Foreign out again. V. A. Lear sold to Clay Arnold a mier, and have made an abject surmare mules for Minister, pair of Miss Maude Caldwell is slowly render to Germany. They have de- Improving. $575. to accept the John Spoonnmoro bought in Lex- clared their readiness Miss Maude Johnson has been suf Kniser's peace terms and have sent a ington n pair of four nnd five year fering with sore throat. Brcst-Litovs- k to take delegation to old marcs for $325. Miss Lida Kincaid is visiting her up the negotiations. S. Jackson, of Madison, sold G. Another Spanish steamer, the third sister, Mrs. E. L. Gadbcrry. pounds of tobacco from an acre in less than a month, has been sunk Mr. E. L. Gadbcrry visited his moof land for $011.93. enemy submarine. The Maria ther and sister in Yosemitc this week. Mrs. Carrie Davidson sold to Rog- by an Caspio, bound for New York, was deMisses Gladys and Oris Singleon ers Bros., of Paint Lick, a seven-year-ostroyed in the Atlantic. The crew are getting along nicely with the mnre mule for $160. picked up by Spanish liner measles now. N. H. Peel, of Nicholasvillo, bought was Caspio Lopez y Lopez, which was eight army horses nt Lancaster Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Singleton halted by the submarine, which court day at an average of $120. are rejocing over the arrival of a litto sink her also, because Silas E. Buford sold to Henry S. threatened partly tle son in their home. some she carried cars for a railroad Caywood his farm of 227 acres Mr. F. T. Jones, of Apcv, N. C, by French capital. The liner of which is in the city limits of Paris, owned finally was permitted to go on her was the guest of Miss Irene Singleat $240. ton, the first of the week. The W. D. Watts farm of over way. The infant son of Mr. nnd Mrs. American guns of the latest typo 1,000 acres, near Athens, Fayette in serv- Glenn Ratliff was buried in the county, sold nt auction Saturday. It and the heaviest caliber are cemetery Saturday. ice on the American sector in Franco averaged about $200 per acre. We are always glad to see letters and on the Italian front, it wns anJosh B. Jones bought of John nounced yesterday by the War De- in the I. J from "Our Soldier Boys." Spoonamoro a pair of partment. The general belief had Wish more of them would write. mare mules for $500 and a pair of Mr. J. H. Acton and daughters, were few heavy marc mules for $400, been that there Europe. d Myrna and Zola Acton and Mr. Ros-co- e American guns in and an aged pair of horse mules for Whccldon went to Stanford FriThat Chicago packers knew four $300. his appointment that day. days before At the sale of Z. M. Halscy in Clark Administrator Miss Jennie Robinson and Mrs. year- Hoover would bo Food county, 10 head of was charged by Attorney Francis J. Lee Brown visited their brother, O. ling steers brought $75 per head; 10 Honey before the Federal Trade T. Robinson in Lexington last Sathead of yearling steers, weight 725 urday and Sunday. Commission yesterday. pounds, per head, $74.75; 6 head of The remains of Lawrence Eubanks Chancellor von Hcrtling, in the yearling steers, weight 500 pounds, Reichstag yesterday, declared that he were brought here from Ray, Arn., per head, $42.50; 2 milk cows $80 could fundamentally agree with the and interred in the Gooch graveyard comand $90 per head; four principles proposed by Presi- Wednesday at one o'clock. d bined horse, $138; Mr. M. E. Whceldon and others dent Wilson for a mutual exchange work horse, $65; lot plain ewes from of views. . The Chancellor asserted, attended the speaking on "Income $15.50 to $19 per head; corn in the however, that the principles must be Tax" at Stanford, Wednesday given crib from $8 to $8.75 per barrel. subscribed to by all States and all by Messrs. Hughes and Spalding. A good crowd attended Leo Hay-den- 's peoples. Regarding Belgium, he said Mr. O. Z. Reynolds and children sale Saturday and good prices Germany was willing to discuss terms home in Ash realized throughout. Farming when nronosed by the Belgian Gov left Saturday for their were Fork, Ariz., after several weeks' visimplements in many instances sold ernment. He expressed the belief it to his mother and other relatives higher than they cost new. Corn sold that Wilson's message of February here. at $8.45; stock hogs $18.05; lighter 11 mav constitute "a small step to Mr. and Mrs. Durward Singleton hogs $16.40; brood sows $40 to $65; ward a mutual reapproachment." and Miss Chole Farmer returned to ewes, 36 in milk cow and calf $100; The internal situation in Russia Danville Sunday after number, $23; pair of mules $562.50; continues chaotic. So bad have con their home in spending several days with I. C. Sinsorrel eglding $160: driving marc ditions become in Petrograd that a gleton and family. cattle sold at $63; 25 state of siege has been declared by Mrs. Mary Wheeler and baby re$60.70. the militarv authorities. Looting and turned to their home in Danville afother reprehensible deeds will result ter spending a few days with her LIKE AN ELECTRIC BUTTON ON TOES in sentences of death, it is announced parents. She was accompanied home bv the Bolshevik authorities. All ex by her brother, J. B. Williams. turned Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Dumas came Why A Corn Is So Painful And plosives must be immediately Tells in to the authorities on pain of the from Lexington Thursday. Mrs. DuSays Cutting Makes Them holders being declared outlaws. Op- mas has been in the hospital there Grow position newspapers have been sup- having recently undergone two oper an electric button and you pressed and other organs have been ations. She is very much improved, Press form a contact with a live wire which warned that inaccurate information we are glad to state. rings the bell. When your shoes press published in them will lead to the arMrs. Milton Warren died at her against your corn it pushes its shai'p rest of the editors and their staffs. home early Sunday morning. The Germany is ready to reopen nego- remains were laid to rest in the root down upon a sensitive nerve and you get a shock of pain. tiations with the Bolsheviki.Pcace cemetery Tuesday afterInstead of trimming your corns, it is said, will be granted to Russia noon aft'er services at the grave by which merely makes them grow, just provided the territory demanded at Rev. E. W. Coaklcy. conference be surstep into any drug store and ask for the Brest-Litovs- k Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Gadbcrry will a quarter of an ounce of freezone. rendered. This includes all of Cour-land- . move to Stanford Monday. Mi. Gad. In the meantime the Germans berry has a position with the First This will cost very little but is sufficient to remove every hard or soft continue their invasion virtually un- National Bank there. We regret ven corn or callus from one's feet. A few checked, and Petrograd is in immi- much to give them up but trust our drops applied directly upon a tender, nent danger. To the south Austrians loss will be their gain. aching corn stops the soreness in- and Ukrainians arc marching on Mrs. Millard, aged SI years. dW stantly, and soon the corn shrivels Kiev, according to London. This Dr. at the home of her son, W. M Milup so it lifts rightr out, root and all, von Seydler denied emphatically in lard Tuesday morning. Th? romains without pain. This drug freezone is the lowere house at Vjcnna. At Pe- were laid to rest in the Waynesburc harmless and never inflames or even trograd Allied Ambassadors arc in cemetery at four o'clock Wednesday It sympathy with the Bolsheviki and after funeral services at the yrave irritates the surrounding skin. are to aid them. by Rev. A. G. Coker. A resolution denouncing the attiMrs. Virgil Wheeldon. of McTn-tyrintude of Senator La Follctte was 5TANFORD BUSINESS MAN'S Iowa, daughter of E. S. Singletroduced in the Wisconsin Str.te SenSTOMACH SMALLER ton, arrived here Monday. 3hi went ate last night. The resolution de"My much distended stomach is people greatly reduced. Doctors wanted to to the home of her uncle. W. H. Sinclared emphatically that the "always have stood operate and tap my stomach but I gleton and died there Tuesdiy mornof Wisconsin and always will stand squarely be- happened to see a newspaper ad of ing. She had been ill for some time hind the present war to a successful Mayr's Wonderful Remedy and after but made the trip alone. She leaves and two children in Iowa end." taking three doses I have had no a husband and her father, one brother and one am eat- J. II. Thompson bought of W. R. four-year-old HIGHLAND lTXT'lMr M Jim Walls nnd family have moved to Ludlow. W. O. Young has built another new room to his house to be used as n ,AW.W.VAWAViWAW,T YOUR a $800. E. S. Spoonamoro & Baughman corn nt $8. J. H. Poyntcr, of Walnut Flat, is delivering to J. H. Baughman & Co. a lot of corn nt $9. Sam McConncll bought of J. C. Johnstone, of Boyle, 48 hogs averaging 118 pounds at $15.50. B. F. Robinson, of Danville, has of stock at Newell-tosold 20 La., during the present winter. of the Pleasant E. G. Gilliland, Point section, has bought of Dave Robinson 24 acres of land adjoining his place at $25. At William H. Mobley's public sale in Jefferson county 40 mules averaged $300. A number of spans sold at $G00 to $700. B. F. Robinson will ship this week n car of mules to the Southern market that he bought of different parties at from $150 to $225. Josh Jones has bought recently 17 mules and in the past day or so he has bought eight of them. For six he paid an average of $210 and a pair he paid $350 for. L. P. Hansbrough sold to Gentry & Thompson, of Lexington, 14 mare mules four and five years old, for $240 per head, and a pair of mare mules to A. Meschcn-dor- f J. 11. & Co. 35 sons sold to barrels of 1,-8- ld car-loa- n, kitchen. Mr. Fleming, of near Mt. Xentn, was here this week visiting his daughter, Mrs. Ross. Charley Warflcld and son, Willie, visited his brother, near Humphrey last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. O. Brcedlovc, of Rowland, spent several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Flanncry. Mrs. Isom Howell has returned from Zclda, where she went to attend the funeral of her mother, Mrs. Robinson. The wind cut several capers here last week in the way of blowing down fencing, etc, and tore one half of the roofing off one side of the house of Mr. Meier. A little child of Mr. and Mrs. Roy PRINTING ? :: saaaaaaaaaaBwanaaaaaaaa I I Is Asset of Your Baslieu A Valatble j : ? Wo Help Our Cus-- i tomers to Success With Presentable, Profitable if Viv" I PUBLICITY iHllTMI T Wny-nesbu- rg 8 I II IT I TIT I M I Ml Goodpsater, of near Harrodsburg, ld died one day last week and was buried seven-year-ol- 700-pou- here at the Christian church cemetery last Saturday. There has been considerable sickness among the children in this vicinity. Earl and Clarence, boys of W. C. and Jake Young, have been quite sick with pneumonia, and the baby of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ross, has been very sick with broncho pneumonia, but at this writing all are getting along very well. cight-months-o- ld JOMf WHITE ft, CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. Liberal assortment ind full value fsl4 E-FtlRS Mldss and Beat klna v J. S. Bonta & Co. Real Estate ld seven-year-ol- three-year-o- ld Elmer G. Gilliland, of the Pleasant Point section, bought of John Padgett a milk cow for $80, of J. M. Horner one for $88 and one for $55. He sold to Howard Sweeney one for $90 and to Mr. Owens one for $75. Also one to Tom Ball for $05. President Wilson fixed $2.20 a bushel as the basic price for the coming season's wheat yield. The price is for No. 1 Northern spring wheat at Chicngo. The President, it is believed had two objects in view; first, to halt legislation pending m Congress hnd second to stimulate spring planting. W. T. and E. G. Garrard haYJHSPld their farms in Clay county to Mr. Coombs, of Knott county, for $100,-00- 0. The farms include some of the property formerly owned by James Garrard, who was governor of Kentucky. There are about 1,200 acres in the farms, which lie in the fertile Goose Crock valley. The deal also takes in the old Garrard salt works. E. B. Jones, of Hickory, N. C, was here la?t week and bought 150 hogs of T. W. Jones. Most of them were shoats ranging in weight from 00 to 100 nounds. The swine will cost 21 cent" when they reach their destination. TIr. Jones bought them for the board of trade of his city, which will let the farmers have them at actual cost, in order that the swine industry might be increased. Total receipts of live stock on the Chicago nirrket last week were in round numbers 5(J,(J04 cattle, 19,038 hogs, 44,937 sheep. The total receipts of live stock on the Chicago market last week compared with the previous week increased 1,034 cattle, decreas2 ed 18,490 hogs, and decreased hheep. Compared with the corresponding period a year ago cattle increased 10,150 hogs increased 9,870, and sheep decreased 10.004. 17,-47- for $GG0. Shelby News. EAT BIG MEALS! NO SOUR, ACID STOMACH, Have for sale all kinds of Farm and INDIGESTION OR GAS City Property. Any information deIs Quickest, sired will be cheerfully given. Call 'Pape's Diapepsin" or phone 32, Junction City, Kentucky Surest Stomach Relief Known Try It 600-pou- Way-nesbu- rg it! Pape's Diapepsin will or sweeten a sour, gassy or out-oder stomach within five minutes. wttn kept la good condition with BOURBON POULTRY REMEDY If your meals don't fit comfort .1' A few drops In thedrlnklng water ably, or what you eat lies like a lump I Keeps nens ncauny nndmauea I Curo and prevents ! roup, lr. of lead in your stomach, or if you , tbem colds. sorertead and other diseases, line cocent bottle have heartburn, that is usually a um.a..ii.w w. iTl At Qrupitists or T, 111 - N by tnail Dot. a sign of acidity of the stomach. r paid. Poultry book freo on request ' Get from your pharmacist a fifty-ceB3UB30K flEKEOT CO., Uilngtsa, If. case of Pape's Diapepsin and take a dose just as soon as you can. There will be no sour risings, no TIT I represent the largest and best belching of undigested food mixed clothing house In this country-- Ed and Co., Chicago. III. My tsf T. with acid, no stomach gas or heart- pcrlence Pricemeasuring and directing the makIn ing of your clothes, gives me the advantage burn, fullness or heavy feeling in the over one who is not a practical tailor. If yon stomach, nausea, debilitating head- will give me your order, I will promise yon a square will get the aches or dizziness. This will all go, money, deal. Ton tho cheapest worth ofor your grades cither in the My higher prices. and besides, there will be no sour SPRING AND SUMMER food left over in the stomach to pois tine of samples is now ready for yonr Call now and let me show yon. on your breath with nauseous odors. fiMtlal Tailor DfTTM Pape's Diapepsin helps to neutral- t X STANroBD. KT. IVUl ize the excessive acid in the stomach which is causing thc food fermentaWatches, Clocks, Jeweltion and preventing proper digestion. Spectacles Relief in five minutes is waiting for you at any drug store. cases conThese large fifty-cetain enough "Pape's Diapepsin" to Usually keep the entire family free STANFORD. KY. from stomach acidity and its sympIn Western Union Telegraph Office toms of indigestion, dyspepsia, sourness, gases, heartburn, and headache, Satisfaction for many months. It belongs in your Time f- ? Hens lay . AMAZINGLY j iktV 'H T ma j nt To the Public: made-to-ord- r J-l Cy nt ry and Repaired by ROBERT FENZEL Guaranteed home. MARRIAGES. Thomas Rogers, of Casey, and Miss Manda Rogers, of Russell, were married at Danville. Hobart Bandy, of this county, and Miss Ruth Hays, of Gravel Switch, were married last week. Riley Spears Davis, a prominent farmer of Jessamine county, obtained license Monday to marry today Miss Bepsie M. Riffe, the attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Riffe, Undertaker - Embalmer e, J. C. McCLARY Officii .f a S Qan you afford For to pay less? over 30 years Crossett Shoes have st od for unusually good leather strt ng of body, fine in grain. That is what has given them their superiorwear-in- g qualities. Today such leather can be used only in shoes costing at least $7.0 to $11. Men pay more attention to values They find that then they used to. further in a high-typ- e shoe dollars go shoe like Crossetts. II a WjtwW more distress or bloating and ing things I have not dared to eat for six yeai-s- . I am confident your medicine will cure me." It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes practically all stomach, livr and intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded. The Lincoln Pharmacy and The It Penny Drug Store. CINCINNATI STOCK MARKETS Hogs Receints, 5,200; strong; packers and butchers, $17.50 18.-5- 0; common to choice, $11.0015.-00- ; pigs and' lights, $12.0017.25; stags, $10.00 J2.75. Cattle Re ceipts, 1,900; steady; steers $7.00 Phone 167 Home Phone US sister here. After services at the grave by Rev. E. W. Coakley. the remains were laid to rest in the cemetery Thursday Wny-nesbu- rg CATARRH Quickly Ended By A Pleasant, Germ. Killing Antiseptic The little Hyomei inhaler is made of hard rubber and can easily be carried in pocket or purse. It will last a The shoe below of Crossett style and show it to you. W a fine example Let us comfort. lifetime. Into this inhaler you pour a few drops of magical Hycmei. This is absorbed by the antiseptic gauze within and now you are ready to breath it in over the germ infested membrane where it will speedily be- 11.50; heifers, $7.0011.00; cow3, i?in its work of killing catarrhal $6.7510.00. Calves, steady, $6.00 germs. Hyomei is made of Austrian Sheeep Receipts, none; eucalyptol combined with other anti14.00. steady, $6.0011.50; lambs, steady, septics and is very pleasant to $12.0017.00. breathe. WHEN YOU HAVE A COLD It is whon vou havo a severe cold that you appreciate the good qualities of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Mrs. Frank Crocker, Pana, 111., son, Paul writes: "Our caught a severe cold last winter that settled on his lungs nnd he had coughing spells. Wo were greatly worried about him as the medicine we gave him did not help him in the least. A neighbor spoke so highly of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy that I got a bottle of it. The first dose benefited him so much that I continued, giving it to him until ho was cured." ld of Hustonville. Judge Benjamin Franklin Roach and Mrs. Roach, of Harrodsburg, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Betsy Ware Roach, to Mr. Leonard Corydon Barrell, of Houston, Tex., Second Lieutenant, 44th Infantry, United States army, stationed on the Mexican border, to be solemnized in tho early spring. Courier-JournanSunday's nounces the engagement of Miss Catherine Sigler, of Louisville, to Rev. Alfred Alcorn, who holds a pastorate in that city. The announcement states that tho wedding will s take place in tho spring. Rev. is a son of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Higgins, of this city, and is one of tho finest young men in tho country. He is also one of the very strong preachers of his denomination Presbyterian. The Interior Journal sends its congratulations in advance of the happy event. al J. L. fcieazky & Co. Phone 42, Stanford, Ky Undertaker Embalmer Hig-gin- 5 Per Cent FARM LOANS Orr 3 Million Loaned Through This Office W. KING & SON INSURANCE BLUE GRASS FARMS hossett Qj f'l J' m, 11' vi'l ter-rib- lo noe VaJh v sgs defOa" Let tho I. J. supply you with bronchitis, sore throat, croup, coughs graved cards. and colds or monoy back. It cleans out a stuffed up head in two minutes. Sold by Tho Penny Drug Store and drucrorists everywhere. Complete outfit, including inhaler and one bottlo of Hyomei, costs but little, while extra bottles, if afterward needed, may be obtained of any It druggist. The Farmers Tobacco Wnrehouso Co. lost out in its suit for damages en- FOR SALE Cheapsida fc Short Lexington, Kj. Anyone Desiring to Sell Their Farm, Stock or Crops will make money by seeing CMalws Ijfes Lt t Easy" ' MB II SAM ROBINSON , Us 'im'" against several tobacco buyers. PerMargaret Baker, colored, wife of emptory instructions were given in the local dairyman, Hugh Baker, suf- all tho cases save that ngainst J. E. fered a stroke of paralysis last week. Thomas and tho jury found for him. Mr. T. F. Badgett had a. very val- The company asked for $40,000 uable Jersey cow to get choked to damages for alleged slander. Richmond Register. death. Dinwiddie & Owens THE HUSTLING REAL ESTATE MEN HUSTONVILLE AND MORELAND