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TO I-9 ' & !S V No. 19 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, March 5, 1918 Tuesdays and Fridays England, France, and Italy, or whether America must shoulder the full burden of this war. If food is not saved and forwarded to the Allies, America will eventually be compelled to fight Germany single handed. Do not attempt to excuse yourself because some other person fails to do his duty. Do your part; practice and preach conservation. If you know of anyone who is hoarding, send the name and address to the Federal Food Administrator and the case will be placed in the hands of the United States District Attorney. Our soldiers and their comrades in arms are risking their lives that the world in the years to come may enjoy peace and democracy, and we who remain at home must render vital helpfulness to these gallant men by saving and forwarding food. The more we are willing to sacrifice the more glorious will bo our victory." Lincoln county boys arc on their way to the trenches. They offered their lives to their country and to our country. The people of Lincoln county are patriots and brave men. The request to conserve food that can be sent to our soldier boys and their allies in the trenches, is a reasonable one. There will be no attempt to evade the law in this county. Any attempt at evasion will be met with scorn and he who evades will be held up to the contempt of all people. The brave boys who fight our battles will be fed and our gallant allies shall not hear their women and children cry for bread. Over the top boys and give 'em liell! Wo will save food and send it FOOD WILL WIN THE WAR Mr. W. II. Kayo, federal food ad ministrator, has given out the follow' intr statement: "The time lias come when every American must decide whether or not wo will do our part and help io you. LIBERTY LOAN PRIMER One of these days there is going to bo another Liberty Loan and the people of the United States are going to be asked again to back their faith in the principles of liberty and democracy with their pocketbooks. It is often much easier to subscribe to n principle vocally than to back it with hard money. But think a minute. The United States has under arms today some 1,900,000 men, every one of whom has declared his willingness to give his life for the principles that some folks hesitated to loan their dollars for. These men must be fed, equipped and cared for in every way. Nothing this nation can do is too good for .,themi.rThat costs .iH0ney.Whovb- -' grudges it: This war is not over yet. The rosv optimists who thinks America can sit down and wait until Fritz hands them Tici'lin on a platter menace the nation. Every sound oberver knows Prussianism is fast in the saddle and riding bard. We are going to need more men how many no one knows.. Perhaps 3.000.000. Are we willing to nay for them? Be sure of one thing. We will either pay for the army or pay the Hun. The government of the United States has not asked a cent in gift of anyone. It has asked to borrow money and in return has given the best security in the world. Remember that. So get ready for the next Liberty Loan. Save and sacrifice. Nothing we can ever be asked to do will measure the sacrifice of the American boys who will "go West" in the front line trenches before Victory is won. ACIDS IN STOMACH SOUR THE FOOD AND CAUSE INDIGESTION "Pape's Diapepsin" Upset Gassy, Fixes Sour, Stomachs In Five Minutes You don't know what upset your stomach which portion do you? Well, don't bother. If your stomach is in a revolt; if sick, gassy and upset, and what you just ate has fermented and turned sour; head dizzy and aches; belch gase3 and acids and eructate uudigested food; breath foul, tongue coated just take a little Pape's Diapepsin to neutralize acidity and in five minutes you wonder what became of the indigestion and distress. Millions of men and women today know that it is needless to have dys- Jicpsia. A little Diapepsin the stomach sweetened, and they eat their favorito foods without If your stomach doesn't take care of your liberal limit without rebellion; if your food is a damage instead of n help, remember the quickest, surest, most harmless antacid is Pape's Diapepsin, which costs only fifty cents for a largo case at drug stores. It's truly wonderful It stops food souring and sots things straight, so gently and easily that it is really astonishing. Your stomach will digest your meals if you keep acids neutralized. fear. It Final enactment of the Railroad Control Bill is expected this week. House and Senate conferences aro confident that thoy soon can thresh out all differences. In tho Senate the War Finance Corporation measure will come up. Tho bill to provide for registration for draft of men attaining 21 years since June 5, last, is being pressed. THE PNEUMONIA SEASON The cold, damp weather of March seems to bo the most favorable for the pneumonia germ. Now is tho time to be careful. Pneumonia often results from a cold. The quicker a cold is gotten rid of tho less the danger. As soon as tho first indication of a cold appears take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. As to the value of this preparation, ask anyone who has Used it. MR. BECKWITH'S GOOD TALK. OF LINCOLN (STANFORD SCHOOL HONOR ROLL THE CORNERSTONE LAYING THE LATEST WAR NEWS Private Beckwith, who fought un Grade 1 Lydia Bnumann, Keith The cornerstone laying of the new Teuton troops nvhc turned from It is hardly necessary for us to any Duncan, Mary' Cover, Homer Gooch, Methodist church Sunday afternoon der tno lintish flag for 20 months, their attacks in Great Russia to proved a very pleasing and 'interest- being a member of a Cnnada regi- strike at Finland and Podolin. The that the most important question Forida Kennedy. Artclia Von Shirley Wnllin. ing occasion. A large crowd was pres- ment, addressed a very large audi- object of the first is to dominate the now before this people is that of e Grade 2 Marie Baumann, Efilo R. ent, and while Dr. W. D. Welburn, ence at tho last night Baltic ports, of the latter to hold roads. We are all vitally interested in having good ronds. This is a rond Cancer, Bessie C. Farris, Dorothy pastor of the church, had charge of ana mauo an interesting talk. He unrammclcd control on the country the ceremonies, Drs. H. J. Brazclton spoko under the auspices of the Lib- on which so much dependence is Lillian VonGrucnigon, age and the very best advertisement Ncwland, and M. D. Early, of the Christian and erty Service League. Private Beck- placed for food supplies. The French any county can have is good roads, Herbert Gover, Cal Lynn Nevius. Grade 3 Sam Bell, Winfrey Dun- Baptist churches, respectively, took with, who is now only 18 years old, have scored a decided gain in the which not only increase the value of the land itself but of its products. can, Florence Denham, Marie Ken- part. Dr. P. L. Bruce, of the Presby- is a New Yorker by birth, but left Verdun sector, penetrating the GerWo all know that the roads in this nedy, Louise Moore, Adam Walker. terian church, was in Richmond. that State on the death of his fa- man positions as far as their fourth Grade 4 Zella Barnettc, Beatrice Tho services were held in the ther and went to Canada, and a short line over a front of 1,200 meters. county aro not what they ought to Bcttic Davis. Lucile old building and tho greater part of while later joined the army and went The Americans arc being left alone, bo, in fact that they are in very bad Camenisch, condition. The people feel that they Dunn Delia Mitchell, Emily Jones, the crowd stood, the seats having across the waters to fight for democ- the enemy probably finding that been removed some time ago. Dr. racy. He had some remarkable ex- their recent attacks were too costly. have been heavily taxed and still Wealthia Reynolds, Charley Russia has bowed to the Teutonic Allen Borders, James Welburn, after the singing of sever- periences during hi3 life in the have bad roads. The present Fiscnl al appropriate songs by the choir, of- trenches and told of them in a most allies. Tho Bolshevik commissioners Charles Masters. Louis Court is determined to do all in its k James Mathcnv. Frank Wallin. fered a fervent prayer. Another song interesting way. He was wounded sent to power to see that every dollar of the have signed the Grade 5 Lilhc Ballou, Annellc Was sum? nnd then Dr. BrnzoHnn several times and inhaled lots of the treaty of peace presented by t!.c Gertax collected shall reach the roads gas from the German mans, according to an official statePenrl Master, Eunice read the lesson for the occasion. Mr. and that the county shall receive a Carson, fair and just return for the money Popples. Katherino Murphy, Foster John A. Allen, who probably has tanks, but being seemingly "proof, ment from Berlin, which adds that expended. With this end in view, tho u. I'hillms, 1'lorenco I'cttus, Mary been a member of the church longer against peril," he yet lives to tell the military movements in Great Russia ofilce of Road Supervisor will be Ruth Reinhart, Hatler Smith, Leona than any other living person, except story of tho great war as he saw it have ceased. The Bolsheviki said abolished and the care and keep of Trnylor. Sabra K. Walker, Thclma Mrs. Peter Straub, gave a brief and and took part in it. He admitted thoy realized that any further delay the roads will bo apportioned in small Walls, Mary Louise Woods, William interesting history of the church. He that he had killed a number of Ger- would mean more onerous conditions said that this plot of ground on which mans, and told where on one occa- and they would sign the treaty withmileage to persons along the road, Mathcny. Sadie K. Kincaid, Olga the building had stood was brought sion he killed two gunrds, who had out further discussions. In the inGrade who aro responsible and directly interested in having good roads and lamenisch, IMarv Louise btone. liar- iug. 'J4, 1804, from John R. Proc been placed around him, when he terval between the breaking up of who daily travel them, and hence din Borders. Robert Cancer. Matilda tor, Mr. Proctor making a liberal do- - had been mnde captive. Private tho first meeting and nation on the purchase price. The Beckwith exhibited his discharge. the one held late last week, the Cencan and will, at the very least cost Bell, Vada Wallin, James Paxton having been given it because of his tral Powers added materially to the Grade 7 Frances Tate. Susie Rey- building was dedicated in July of sec that all defects in the road bod or ditches are repaired at once and as nolds. Rosa Reynolds, Guy Wallin, 18(55. In giving the names of those physical condition caused by gas and demands. Turkey was the beneficiary ' c of these changes in the peace terms. were most active in the erection of shell. At the conclusion of his soon as they appear. This system Mabel Masters. Capt. John N. Menefee, Jr., The new demand included that Rushouse of God as well as its will in our opinion give us much Grade 8 Allen Gooch, Margaret better roads at much less cost. The Pettus, Adelaide Proctor, Lelia Cook est members, ho includdcd Messrs. was called for and he responded with sia relinquish the region of Batoum, present Fiscal Court will also ap- Rnncy. Isabella Warren. James A. Harris, father of Col. S. T. a brief talk about things at Camp Kara and Karaband (Karabaugh) to y the portion the road tax fairly and equit Turks. These regions are in Freshman Henry Baughman, Jas. Harris, long since gone to rest, Bar- - Zachary Taylor. He said the ably all over the county, so that every Baughman, Bertha Blankenship, MaVanArsdale, also dead many, coin county boys arc all doing fine; Transcaucasia and mark a consideraroad and community will receive its rie Powell. William Tate, Louise Wa- years, John C. Cooper, Ed. R. Che-- 1 that thoy are happy and contented ble addition to the Sultan's dominions just share. We think the system ters, Lucille Waters. nault, Mrs. Peter Straub, W. N. and that what they need more in that section of the world. American troops, in a desperato Sophomore Wm. Welburn. Mary Potts, Miss Belle Hughes, Miss Kate than anything else is cheerful letters adopted by the court is a step in the battle, have repulsed right direction but the court is satis- Pettus, Vie Gose Smith, Frances Wrav, .11 J. Darst, A. M. Pence, 'irom tno ioiks oacK Home. "Don't a heavy German attack on the salient fied that the present tax is not suf- Cormncy, Mary Silcr. J. W. Proctor. Wcslev Dunn, Rich write to the boys when you are but wait until you feel good north of Toul. There were a numficient to put our roads in repair, Junior Hester Anderson. Earle ard Walter and John Z. Snoonamore. even with all the economical busi- Baughman, Sam B. Craig, Allio May Joining the church in 18G7, Mr. Al- and then sit down and write them all ber of Americans killed and woundness methods it can use. So that, in Cummins, Carrie Davis, May Belle len has been a member over 50 years the good news you can think of; ed, including some officers. One of order to nut our roads in repair, it Lyon. and it pleases the Interior Journal to they'll find out the bad soon enough. the dead was a Captain who had been will be necessary either to levy an Senior Clarence Singleton, An- say ho has been one of its best and Nothing is so calculated to cause graduated from West Point last year. as a 'blue' letter from The Germans suffered heavily, leavadditional tax or for the people na R. Powell. Gene Wood, Elizabeth most consistent followers during the along the roads to donate some ma- Carter. Mary Bailey, Thclma Francis, long period covering all of those the family," he said. The Liberty ing ten dead in the American trenchterial, time and labor. Most of us Allie R. Fish, Nancy Katherine years. Dr. Early was the next speak- tervico Lieague has no dues and no es, while the ground in front was have upon our farms material stone Frances Embry, Anna V. er and ho said many good things. He money is paid to the leacue for mem strewn with the bodies of the enemy. or gravel absolutely injurious to Craig. told his hearers that he was not a bership or otherwise, but on Monday In addition, three German prisoners member of the Methodist church, but night it was suggested that for the remained in the hands of the Amerfarms, and which we can furnish at practically little cost, yet which IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES that his mother, whom he never saw, benefit of Private Beckwith, hats be icans. The location of every dugout, emwould be a great benefit to the road "Uncle" Harry Meece, the oldest was, and at this point Dr. Welburn held at the door for those who placement and depression of the and a great saving to the county. man in Pulaski, is dead, aged 95. remarked that he had some of the wanted to drop in a piece of money Most of us have men and teams which Mrs. Lucy Roysden, aged 79, is good Methodist doctrine in him. "I tor the gallant young man who has ground in the American trenches was wo can easily and without appreciable dead in the Elihu section of Pulaski. urge no objection," said the doctor. done his bit for home, democracy known to the Germans before the reexpense spare for a dav, and all ot The wife of J. L. Wad- He congratulated the church and its and liberty, and a nice sum was in cent attack. This became known when papers were taken from the body of us can give at least three or four dle is dead at Somerset and much members on their undertaking at this way collected for him. a Prussian Captain. German prisonloads of broken or crushed rock or sympathy is felt for the husband. such a time and hoped and believed gravel. The material furnished and Lee Crane is dead in the West End that in a short while he would be QUESTIONS VALIDITY OF ACTS ers were frank to admit that the Huns the labor would be used only for the of Boyle county after a two weeks' present at the dedicatory services. Federal Judge Walter Evans, of cannot win the war. Deeds of herobetterment of the road along our illness of ccrebro spinal meningitis. Turnincr to Dr. Welburn, Dr. Early Louisville, called curtly into question ism on tho part of American soldiers ore being recounted by their comfarms and which we travel. Now we A. P. Gardner, of Mercer county. said: "Your congregation, like mine, the validity of as think most of us ought to have and who was arrested in Lexington, on is rich in poverty, but thank God we rector General McAdoo's acts and Di panions. by of Railroads, Gorman troops are reported to do have enough of public spirit and the charge carrying concealed aro able most of the time to keep mterence suggested that he has no have been sent pride in the welfare of our county weapons, was of into Finland, ad it is our heads above water and by the right to hold the office, creating a held over to the erandil to heartily loin in the good roads inrv in Sfinn hnml .Vhelp o;TGod succeed m our undertak sensation. The. mattoriejime.up in said that the Aland Islands are beinc ,. base of operations. The wff'jrrtrficjnmrtrtitJl-VSAfterj'hifremarVs-a- en box Uuuuiiuciiuii wiin a iuiiiik uy duuire t:!cd movement. Wq have spoken to many . TJio.hnfW.n people mwfi r.o" wno fnnn.i Vninfrino- f mm' was exhibited, which after it filling Evans denying a petition by the Lou- Alands are under guard of Swedish wm .& ",.WU approve of it and say they will cer- the joist in his work shed at his home was to be placed in an aperture left isville & Nashville Railroad Com- troops sent there by agreement with tainly join in it. So wo expect to in Adair county. While it is certain by the masons in the cornerstone for pany to transfer six damage suits, the Russian factions. The German Socialists havo bitterly have canvassers for each road ap- that he killed himself no reason is the purpose. The following articles growing out of the wreck at peace treaty with Rus pointed by the magistrates and thus given for the deed. were placed in it. Copy of the Minufrom the Nelson Circuit attacked a the debate in the Reichstag every person will be called upon and Junction Citv has come to the tes of the Kentucky Methodist Con- Court to the Federal Court, Judge sia. In there were charges that Germany and asked to join in this movement and front as a patriotic leader in the sale ference of 1917. Christian Advocate, Evans holding all to pledge material, teams and labor of War Saving Stamps. To date the Central Methodist, Pentecostal Her- must be tried that civil such cases Austria already wore quarreling ovin courts. In for at least a day in the carlv fu- sale has been $5,310. which breaks ald, Sunday School Visitor. Young questioning tho legality of the acts er the spoils of war and that the ture, and thus have the roads all all records in Kentucky for a town Church Worker. Monthly Missionary of McAdoo as Director Genei'al of real truth of the situation in the east Magazine. Teachers' Magazine. Our Railroads. Judge Evans went out of was being kept from the German pubover the county repaired upon the the size of Junction City. same day. If you approve of the plan Counsel, Ep- - his way, himself calling attention to lic. Mrs. Ray Moss is dead at Middles-bor- Little People, Worker's Another German raid was made on speak to your neighbor about it and cony of Discipline She was a daughter of E. F. worth Era. S. Grinstead, a carried the fact that tho railroad company the American line in the Chemin des pet him interested and let us all get former was not calling that into issue, and it bv Rev. W. Gaines, of Danville, and a sister of pastor who sharp emrajre- Dames sector. together and not onlv repair and put died last year and whoso nothing to do with the ment the Huns After a leaving four retired, in first class condition all of our Fisher D. Ganies, the signature appeared on the fiv leaf, a therefore has case. prisoners, lhe Americans lost some roads, but thereby avoid the necessi- traveling salesman, who makes this Hymnal belonging to Rev. Grinstead, territory every week or so. killed and a number slightly woundty of any further tax. a New Testament belonging to Miss ON TO CUMBERLAND GAP Judge J. P. Hobson, of Frankfort; Edith Welburn, daughter of the pased or missing. The week of March 18 is designatTho following friends of Col Jim ed as road working week and it is Attorney E. V. Booth, of Louisville, tor, a list of the officers of the church, hoped that all who can will haul their and Attorney F. J. Cheek, of Dan- a list of the officers and teachers of Maret, of Mt. Vernon, have started MRS. DAVIS KILLS HERSELF rock and gravel on the 20 and 21. ville, were in Richmond to look after the Sunday school, etc. Another song the Boone Way Pioneer Fund off at a At her home at Livingston on SunCamp- was sung and then the benediction, lively clip, in amounts from $1 to It is intended that the rock the interests of the Caldwell day afternoon Mrs. L. II. Davis, and gravel bo hauled as short a dis- bell heirs, residing at Silver Creek, and the exercises were brought to a $25, to be used in the purchase of an wife of Livingston's most prominent tance as possible, so it will be arrang- who are suing to recover $25,000. close. The box was taken on the out- automobile for the old road man. the merchant and banker, killed herself ed that each person who donates to This amount represents an endow- side and deposited, after which the machine to be named "Boone Wav," by shooting. The bullet entered her for tho highway of that name. The heart and she died istantly. For some the good cause will be allowed to ment which was given to the Second large crowd dispersed. campaign for raising this fund was uut his rock and gravel near his Presbyterian church on East Main been started only fifteen days since and time her sight hadthought somewhat street, bv Caldwell Campbell at the home. WEDDING AT WAYNESBURG that she the results to date aro very flattering dimmed and it is time of his death. The money was B. W. GIVENS, Waynesburg, Feb. unusual brooded that she to be paid to the pastor of the church society event of the26 An was the indeed, and indications are that the might be over the fear Mrs. Davis S. T. HARRIS. totally blind. Boone Way Man will have his walkand the heirs assert that the church marriage on Tuesday week R. L. HUBBLE, evening at 4 ing mileage considerably reduced for was about 35 years old and left onyears o'clock has been without a pastor for W. G. GOOCH, ofj having of and affirm that the money should bo Waynesburg.Miss Grace Jeffreys, of the year 1918. Contributors: J. J. ly her husband, the couple brother no W. P. GRIMES, Jr. of and Mr. Porter Bell, Cook, Twila, Ky.; J. T. Welch, Col- children. Her husband is a reverted to the heirs. Register. Cincinnati, the wedding occurring at umbus. O.; Col. Bennett H. Young, "Fin" Davis, who lived here a numSTANFORD PLUMBER THOUGHT the home of Rev. Walden in Danville. Louisville: W. O. Jones, New York; ber of years ago and was a salesDEATH OF GOOD CITIZEN HE NEEDED NEW PIPES man in the store of George H. FarThe bride was handsomely attired in Mr. George A. Eubanks, one of white messaline and pearl Juliet cap A. F. Sanford, Knoxville, Tenn.; Lou- ris. "My stomach and intestines wpre isville Automobile Club. Louisville; always full of gas and I often had the very best men of this county, and carried bride's roses and lilies of Speaker Champ Clark, Washington, died at near DEAD severe colic attacks. The pain and an earlyhis homeSunday,Hustonville at tho valley. She is a young lady of D. C; Dr. E. J. Brown, Stanford; FATHER OF TWENTY-TWaged nearly culture and refinement and is adL. P. CofTman, aged about 60, died soreness caused me to think I need- 70. He hour James Clark, Jr., Louisville. had been ill for some time mired by her many loving friends. at his homo near Bowen last week ed a new set of nipes. Since taking of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy all this who pneumonia. Besides his wife, Tho groom is a very successful young DAILY BEGINNING MARCH 16th and was buried in the Benedict cemwas a Miss Bradley, ho is sur- man of Cincinnati. After the cereetery on Harris Creek. Besides his has disappeared and my only trouThose living on rural route No. 3, wife, he leaves 18 children. He was ble now is to mako enough dough to vived by one daughter. Mrs. Marshall mony the young couple at onco mobuy all the food I'd like to eat." It Herring, of Hustonville. For many tored to the Gilcher Hotel, where running from Crab Orchard, through twice married and besides the 18 livis a simple, harmless preparation that years the deceased was a member of they spent a day or so before they Brodhead to Hiatt, Rockcastle coun- ing children there are four dead. He ty, will be glad to learn that begin- was an exceedingly man removes the catarrhal mucus from the First Baptist church of this city returned to the bride's home. and ning March 10 mail will be served and was greatly beloved by his the intestinal tract and allays the of he was one of tho best workers Ho was a that them each week day istead of three neighbors and those who knew him H. & McC. SELL ANOTHER. inflammation which causes practical- straight-forwar- congregation. honorable, good ly all stomach, liver and intestinal Hughes & McCarty. the Stanford times a week. Congressman Harvey well. His funeral was preached by ailments, including appendicitis. One man and his death is a distinct loss Teal estate men, sold for D. Canada, Helm was successful in making the Rev. Edwards and a largo crowd atdose will convince or money refund- to the county. Tho funeral services of tho McKinney section, his farm change and tho patrons of the route tended his burial. ed. Tho Lincoln Pharmacy and The were held in the Baptist church of of 72 acres, adjoining tho farm of aro under lastig obligations to him. Monday afterHustonville carTHE BOOK RECEPTION Penny Drug Store. It noon, when at 1:30 C. McClary, of J. Wesley Hughes, on tho pike lead- Jamie G. Carpenter, the efficient midMr. J. Tho book reception given in tho ing from McKinnev to Mt. Salem, rier on the route, will after tho visithis place, delivered an appropriate to Charles Piles at $110 per acre. bo a welcome dle of the month Woman's Club Rooms Friday night MR. KING ON SEED CORN Mr. W. L. King, of tho East End discourse. The burial followed in Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Leo Rupley tor daily instead of every other day. for tho benefit of tho public library Buffalo cemetery here at 3:30. The The good of tho county, gives this very certain and son, have been visiting her par- Journal move will give the Interior was a delightful affair. Thirty-fou- r ata man Is a loss readers their papers tho books were given by those who method of testing corn for seeding death of such Great sympathy to any ents in Boyle. community. is felt days following their publication. tended. A contest, in which the tipurposes. It is about tho quickest books were repretles of way, and Mr. King thinks it the sur- for tho aged wife and daughter. SELL THEIR BEE LICK FARM. sented, was enjoyed. Tho prizo was K. of P.'s SERVICE FLAG est. Fill a quart fruit jar with rich L. R. Hughes and K. S. Alcorn DEATH OF YOUNG WIFE. dirt. Uso a small stick for making of Diadem Lodge won by Miss Mabel Wilkinson. Music Level The Thomas, Mrs. Luke Dunn died at her home have sold to W. E. county, of Bee No. 81, members of Pythias, of this was also enjoyed, and delightful reholes through tho dirt that tho grains Knights Green, Rockcastle their may bo drooped in. After each grain in tho Mt. Salem section Monday af- Lick farm for $5,000. Tho bound- city, will on Thursday evening, freshments of frnppo and wafers put in a little dirt. Place the jar ter a brief illness and will bo buried ary contains 200 acres of land and March 21st, unveil n service riag, in served throughout the evening. around tho stove and when the dirt in the McKinney cemetery this af- the gentlemen made a nice pick-uhonor of a numbor of their members TOOK TWO TO THE PEN gets dry pour In a little water. Tho ternoon after services by Mr. J. C. on it. who havo gone to fight for liberty Deputy Sheriff R. T. Lewis left test can be mnde in three and a half McClary, of this city, at tho homo and democracy. A banquet will bo Monday morning for Frankfort with to four days. Mr. King swears by the at 2:30 o'clock. The little child born Despondency Due To Constipation given and there will bo a number of Sylvester Jones, who was given three test, while others give it their un- to her a few moments before tho ond Women often become nervous and speakers on hand, who will tell not years for bigamy, and Frank Thur-macame is still alive. Besides tho litqualified endorsement. despondent. When this is duo to onlv of tho gerat good being accomwho got a year for stealing a tle ono she leaves her husband, to plished by the order but who will whom she was married onlv a year constipation it is easily corrected by also mako mention of tho members turkey gobbler belonging to J. L. A BILIOUS ATTACK Chamof When you have a bilious attack or so ago. Deceased was Miss Cyn- taking an occasional dosotablets aro who havo gone either to the training Beazley. In order that tho county These berlain's expense your liver fails to perform Us func- thia Richards, a daughter of Filbert easy to Tablets.pleasant In efffect. camps or to tho trenches. Judge and State be put to as littleno assisttake and tions. You become constipated. The Richards, of the same section of LinCharles A. Hardin, who is a gener- as possible, Mr. Lewis took food you eat ferments in your stom- coln county. Mrs. Dunn was a memal favorite hero, will bo one of the ant on the trip. ach instead of digesting. This in- ber of tho Baptist church and was' a NEWTON SELLS HIS HOLDING speakers from a distance. DR. J. J. BRYNE AT C. O. flames the stomach and causes nau- most excellent young woman. Great Svlvestor Newton, of Somerset. n Dr. J. J. Byrne, tho sea, vomiting and a torriblo head- sympathy is felt for all of those who who owned a small lease in the oil ache. Take Chamberlain's Tablets. were near and dear to her, section of this county and drilled GOV. A. O. STANLEY COMING. oculist, passed through Monday for Dr. E. J. Brown, president of the Crab Orchard, where he will be all They will tone up your liver, clean three "producers," has Bold his holdweek. Thoso wishing to consult out your stomach and you will soon MRS. RICHARD JACOBS DEAD. ings for a snug 'sum, but he will not Liberty Service League, announced this will find him at tho St. Ivan Hoto the crowd at the court house last him be as well as ever. They only cost a Mrs. Richard Jacobs died at her quit the oil game. It night that Gov. A. O. Stanley had tel, near the depot. quarter. home near Waynesburg Monday after a brief illness of a complication In the play Thursday evening the promised to come over from FrankMrs. Mattie Harlan Hutchings, Auto thieves hung out their "Busy of troubles, aged about 30. She is villian who forges the fetters, Mr. fort and address a public meeting of Not to be Disturbed" sign in Louis- survived by her husband. The burial Francis, is no amateur, while Mr. the Liberty Service League and that wife of A. T, Hutchings, is dead at ville and stole five machines within will occur Wednesday afternoon at P.rn7oltnn Mi. TJnulurwl Mru. Ktnpaiil It Is more than probable that he wm Danville. She had been ill for somo the space of two hours. the home burying ground. and Miss Wilkinson do unusual work, do so on Friday night, March 22nd time. THE PEOPLE COUNTY: Gru-eniga- n, court-hous- Blank-enshi- p, n, Hol-ma- Mcr-sho- n, Brcst-Litovs- 1 death-dealin- g (1 Brcst-Litovs- k ad-th- old-'dre- i Lin-nc- i hand-to-han- d low-spirite- d, home-sickne- ss Mc-Kinn- or " l wy'M-.i'- as-th- e - w - Shep-hcrdsvill- e, o. well-know- n O kind-hearte- d d, well-know- n p n, well-know- The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, March 5, 1918 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E. C. Walton and J. M. Wrlfht tA ttltntord, Ay., poteio intend iieand etati mail mailer. t Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky Capital, Surplus, Profits $160,000,00 DEPOSITS Half Million Dollars RESOURCES I Three Quarters Million1 Dollars "Corner Next to Court House" Toronto, Canada, to prohibition at his usual charge therefor, but when he appeared in the hall, cocked and primed with ancient and threadbare arguments, Canadian soldiers, the returned wounded and sore at all pacifists, set up such a pandemonium that after vainly attempting to quell it, ho retired in disgust. The soldiers wanted him to explain his actions in connection with the Lusitania and whv he resigned when President Wilson demanded the fullest investigation of the brutal murder of thousands of women and children in addition to the men destroyed when the dastard ly Huns sent the vessel to the bottom of the sea. When there ho intended it or not Mr. Bryan played into the hand of the Germans and is largely responsible for the nrolonrration of the war, which in fact micht have been averted had a man of better Americanism and courage been at the hend of our state department. Mr. Bryan is loud now in his expressions of loyalty, but he does not 'fool everybody by them. lie ought to have been given the treatment that the Canadians accorded him nt home and been made long ago to retire from the public gaze. It was just such men as he that made the Kaiser think he had a soft snap in American hostility. may cliam Prohibitionists that opposition to that dogma was the cause of the treatment, but it had nothing to do with it. It was simply intended as an affront to the man, whose course had so hurtful effect in provocation of the war, which th the Lusitania made imperative, to the knife and the knife to the hilt, with a foe that gloats in the killing of innocent women and children. Florida, speak on MR. BRYAN GETS HIS At Inst Mr. Bryan hns Rotten n little of what hns long been coming to him. Ho traveled away from Miami, Shoes of Distinction The Walk-Over to 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-sa- me old price, no advance on these. in all leathers. Ladies' Walk-Over- s a work of exclusiveness. These are k Traveling Bags Suit Cases Trunks Solid Leather Traveling Bags and Suit Cases. Also cheaoer grades. Steamer Trunks and the larger Dress Trunks. We are headquarters for Ladies' and Men's Wear jRyHHH Mxuunzj The supreme court of California has affirmed the sentence of death against Mooney. one of the bomb Secretary of Labor Wilson has or- W.'s and other alien enemies. William Jennings Bryan was hoot- throwers, who killed ten persons. He dered that agitators preaching sabotage and anarchy be deported. The ed down by a Toronto, Canada, audi- is a member of that vicious, pro Ger In order came as the reply to requests ence which he was to address on the man organization, the dustrial workers ol the World, which from the Northwest to intern I. AV. subject of prohibition. has murdered and destroyed with reckless methods, and the scntnece would have long since have been ex ecuted but for the effort to make it appear that Mooney iwas being persecuted as a working man and a friend of labor. An attempt to get Think over the list of products you sell and see HOW FEW of President Wilson to interpose in the them are marketed without the Commission Man getting a Profit matter has so far failed and it is off your work and accordingly less profit to you. hoped that the long deferred nenal-t- v Selling cream DIRECT to The will be speedily enforced. The I. markets the most valuable product produced on the farm without Commission Man's toll. W. W. is the most atrocious and seditious conglomeration of mal conYOUR BUTTER-FAWILL BRING YOU tents that could be conceived and Mooney seems to have been the most aggressive of them. His miserable life will in small measure pay the penalty of his heinous crimes and he shuld not be permitted to pollute the earth. PER POUND, WEEK BEGINNING MAR. 4, 1918, AT The Rev. Waggoner, who unfortunately was elected to represnt the trood people of Scott county, seems Tri-Stat- e to have gotten into a hot box. He proposed the amendment to the proCINCINNATI, OHIO hibition bill to grant the personal United States Food Administration License, No. use clause, and when trapped admitted that he did so because he believEvery pound of butter-fa- t brings you from sold to The ed that a "wet" member would do so. 3c to 5c per pound greater price for the present and INSURES The committee which reported his bill THE FUTURE. has issued a statement, characterizIf you do not have cans, write for Free Trial Cans. ing the assertions of the preacher Selling to the station buyer or creamery agent means a loss for the who like a shoemaker should stick to present and a mortgage on the future profits of your dairy. his last, and not dabble in politics, as pure bunk and an effort ou his part to keep the bottlegger in politics and make him an issue in the next campaign. The Rev. Waggoner's claim that the bill as passed is uncon stitutional, was to feel his constituents, but he was not able to get away with it. Like many of his ike, the bcott county misfit seems more for agitation than prohibition. MAIN STREET If icawwci id; i!H?&!df ekMr!" uaiicj Brest-Litovs- k, Kfl1lifVI7 Xt t$TZWWkTT w, STANFORD, KY. married Saturday to Miss Nora, the: pretty daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stevo Rice, of Rowland-Th- e young pair have the best wishes of many friends for a long, happy and successful married life. Guard Your Priviliges Tri-Stat- e T SO Cents Butter Tri-Stat- The Co. e ever at heart the interest of their county, suggest that each farmer give as much as three loads of broken or crushed rock or gravel and ask that they place it on tho pike as near their homes as possible dur ing the week of March 18th, preferably March 20 and 21. They sug gest that the county is not in financial condition to nut the roads in the repair they should be and that to levy an additional tax to repair the roads would materially increase taxes. This would prove burdensome, while the method suggested by the above gentlemen would hurt no one, but on tho contrary, would help him in securinir a better road to haul tho products of his farm to town or railroad station. Three loads of rock or gravel is all that is asked of any man. What man with team and rock on his place would not gladly Surely comply with the request? there are none who would not In Read the arthis favored section. ticle and discuss it with your neighbors. Push the good thing along and ere long our pikes will be 30 greatly improved that many will hardly know them. The government reports that the prices of food increased two per cent in February, making 25 per cent increase in a year. Most of us know by sad experience that this is not news but a serious fact that is putting our noses to the grindstone, if we attempt to eat enough. The New York food profiteers, who bought 27 millions of eggs when they were retailing at 72 cents, did not get them to market before they had fallen to 45 and are consequently in a hole to the delight of everybody who feels the pinch of such mean speculation. The government has ordered that the eggs be put on the market no matter the price. Attention is called to tho card which appears elsewhere concerning help by the farmers on the pikes and roads of the countv. Messrs. B. W. Givens, S. T. Harris, W. G. Gooch, R. L. Hubble and W. P. Grimes, Jr., five substantial citizens who have has at the travesty at last given us the third, and it is to be presumed, final act of the most amazing burlesque in the political history of tho world. If there is to m a fourth act wc may rest assured & Co., will not that Trotzky-Lenin- e have the writing of it; it will be a tragedy written in letters of blood, by the Russian people, says the Detroit Free Press. The star Russian farce, begun by those now famous playwrights, Trot-zk- y and Lenine, whose first act was introduced to the world by the revolution in Petrograd, and whose second act culminated with Bol-shevi- ki a " Brains, Oysters and Lamb Fries Served to order For Sale at a Bargain by catarrh suffeiers for the past thirty-fi- ve years, and has become known as the Since the first of November there most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on. have been thirty-tw- o men of draft the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Pol-so- n age married in Pulaski county. from the Blood and healing the disCoy Phillips and Miss Dora Brock, eased portions. both of the East End of the county, After you have taken Hall's Catarrh. will be married at Rev. Dishon's, Medicine for a short time you will see a, great In near Crab Orchard, today. Marriage health. Improvement Hall's your general Start taking Catarrh Medilicense was issued Saturday. cine at once and get rid of catarrh. Send George P. Moore, the clever and for testimonials, free. efficient lieutenant at W. K. War-ner- 's F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. plumbing establishment, was MARRIAGES. dential campaign. Ed Alvey, who has remained in inocuous desuitude for a long time, How's This? has been at last heard from again. He was arrested in Louisville the Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward other day for running a race betting for any case of Catarrh that ennnot by Hall's Catarrh Meilcine. game in the Tyler Hotel. Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken The doctors say that Teddy may lose the hearing of one of his ears. That is mightv bad, but that other ear will be sufficient for him to hear the call of his party to carry the banner for them in the next presi- m at THE PRINCESS One closed carriage, a good one; one old buggy, (cheap); one surrey top; one 1916 Ford touring car top; two No. 20 Horse Collars; one set collar and hame harness; one good I am out of the horse livwagonsingle-tree- . ery and will sell the above articles right. Phone No. 249 G. H. MASTERS Stanford, Ky. Four soldiers in France have been condemned to be shot for being asleep on sentry duty,-bGen. Pershing, who has the power to enforce the findings of the court martial, has referred the matters to President Wil son for review. While such dereliction calls for condien and capital punishment there will be a general hope that the president may hnu such exA Lexington paper says that Judge tenuating circumstances as will Kerr imposed sentences aggregating ut Public Sale OF 25-Far- m cause a reversal of the judgment. The poor fellows must have been en tirely worn out to have slept with the danger of attack and death present nnd unable to resist the demands of nature, and although it is one of the most dangerous of offenses we hope that justice will be tempered with mercy. Dunlap Shoes for Spring Nifty styles for the young men; easy lasts for older men. $6.00 CRAB ORCHARD $6.50 $7.00 KENTUCKY The Daviess county legislator who presented a bill which foolishly prncttcally repealed the law iorbid- ding the seining of fish, voted against it when it came up for passage. He gave no reason for so doing and may possibly excuse himself on the ground that wise men change their minds, but fools never, thouirh it will be hard to convinco the nvernge man that he is other than one of Sut Lov- incood's darn fools, who has no mind. . GO years, during the term of the criminal court just closed. A scrutiny of the cases unfortunately disof the conviction no closes gambling gentry, whose energies curse the city and whose presence seems to bo known to everybody but tho court and juries. We can not imagine a more gratifying spectacle than would be the conviction of a dozen or more of these cormorants and their incarceration in the penitentiary for the longest terms under the law, but it seems that it will never become a reality. Mares-2- 5 I will sell at Carter's Livery Stable, Stanford, Ky., to the highest bidder, on Monday W. E. PERKINS The International Harvester Co. writes that Traffic Congestion throughout the country is going to cause a very serious delay in the movement of all machines and parts this year, and will have their representative, Mr. Frye, with me, Monday, Court Day, March 11th. All who need repairs for Deering Mowers and Binders will come and give him your order for repairs and be prepared to reap your harvest. Very truly, W. H. Higgins, Stanford The Richmond Register suggests Representative II. C. Rice, brother of our Judge T. A. Rico and Joe S. Rice, for speaker next term. Too late. Dr. W. B. O'Bannon, of the good democratic county of Lincoln, is the logicnl candidate- and ho has the speakership nailed down. Not until Madison can elect an entire democratic county ticket can she expect such honors as the Register asks for. The old saying of "stealing the hat off on one's head," was gone ono better in Louisville the other niirht when Mrs. Eva Wilburt, who had a very luxuriant growth of hair, was approached by two men who held her and robbed her of her locks. which they cut off close to her head. Tho Somerset Journal announces that it will cut off all "dead heads" from its subscription list. Brer should have done that venrs ugo. Life is too short and paper too hich to fool with tho fellow who wants his county paper for nothing. Wil-lin- "When n man hath taken a new wife, ho shall not go out to war, neither shall he bo charged with any business: but he shall be free nt home one year, and shall cheer up his wife which he hath taken." Thus reads a verso in the Bible. Then according to holy writ tho boys can stay at home, but according to Undo Sam, those who have married since May 18th and are of draft ago, will likely have to fight, the book of books to the contrary, notwithstanding. Two more surgeons have been cited for court martial for tho in human treatment of a soldier who died of meningitis. They were employed in a camp in Kansas. If this keeps up, tho question may soon bo asked "have wc nothing but brutes to see after tho health of tho bravo boys, who have offered their lives in defense of their country?" A supplemental statement of tho esvalue of Mrs. tate places it at $05.74 1.552.C2. If it keeps on Kentucky will realize onough from it to pay off her five millions of indebtedness. Flagler-Bingham- 's COUNTY COURT DAY March 11th, 1918 at 1 o'clock sharp, 25 extra Illinois farm mares, from 3 to 6 years old, all broken to work and ready to go at it. These mares are all fresh country Tho Administration Railroad Control Bill was passed by tho House last night by a vote of 337 to 0. shine. Roy F. Woods, Owner, Robinson, Joe H. Jordan, Salesman mares, weighing from 1,200 t0 1,350 pounds. Don't fail to be on hand. You will see as good lot of mares as you have ever seen. Sale positive, rain or 111. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, March 5, 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. "Sm 'Qtls-l- l' PmI Off This Corn." Leaves The Toe as Smooth as tho THE COUNTRY OVER jiVXVOWCXXJWWSXXX Consumers who buy their winter supply of coal during the spring nnd summer will be limited strictly to their needs, says Administrator 'Garfield. DOINGS Palm of Your Hand. The corn never crew that "Clots-It- " will not get. It nevor Irritates tho flesh, never makes your too sore. Just two drops of ''Gets-It- " nnd vanishes, presto! tho corn-pai- n shortly you can pcof tho corn right 8 nMg9 be held in Now York City Japan is ready to nd a ounrter of a million men into Siberia to protect valuable armv sunplio? now stored nt Vladivostok. Onlv th word of the Entente Allies is wanted to set in motion the lnndin'' nf nn nrmv in box. It's Wonderful to See "CeU-llPeel off Cormt Eastern Siberia. Pari and London fnvor such rn invasion. vet tho off with your flnper and thoro you United States hn fnmc to no decinro pnin-fre- o nnil hnppy. with tlin as your sion, though indications po'nt too as smooth ami corn-tre- e n'i "Gets-It- " Is tho only safo palm. way In tho world to treat a corn or agreement on th part of Vab'n;.--towith th Allies nbroa'1. callus. It's the suro way the way that never falls. It Is tried and truo The Food Administration Inn in- - r. used liy millions every year. It pounced s. a tnmnnr,"ry of J always works. "Gcts-U- " makes cutting anil dlcRlnjr at a corn and fuss-ln- ir be montle" meal nnd the lifv'ne of y. with bamlatres, salves or, anytho rnccinl rMt'ict'ip i"pSnt th A thing elo entirely unnerepsarv. Th- - !""- u?e of pork on "Oets-It- " Is sold by all druggist nopfsinn i PT1n pfr,.r.t-vf,,r en '"-i- i (von need pav no more tliar 25 rents), or It will bo sent direct by ilefinlle nor' n! mid ij i'vnnrte.1 Mi E. Lawrenco & Co., Chicago, 111. Ircf fnr tint ia f ' n lirni. WAl.flla Sold in Stanford and recommend- The reason tb fhani-- o ' ottrihut-c- d PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Earl Spoonamoro is at work in the & to the in(i'Tnil demand mml" nn-nSts. Ky. ed as the world'c best corn remedy March 7 "Broken Fetters" at Lincoln County National Bank. flic Unite' StnM ffr foodtu,r Miss Viola Roy, of Nicholnsville, is by The Penny Drug Store. at 8 o'clock P. M. opera house whi''h indicth q a fmlhof vodtict'on guest of Mrs. Bon William-?- . March 1G Tho date of the meet- the of bread fid Miss MaUio Hoffman, of I otiis-vill- e, n heme Miss Gertrude Wilkinson is now ing of the Woman's Club lias been book-keeparrived today to visit the fam- it ingredient g"7H""lv. at Severance & Son's. changed from March Oth to SaturApril (5, tbo annirersavy of Ann"'-'ei'- s Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Lankford are ily of Mr. John N. Menefce. day, March lfith. !ir. rttf.amjcax.ij!MBtt3Kr?i3Hisa?5J entv ino h" vir i the drto LOST. Shepherd dog: fo the proud parents of a baby boy at Mrs. P. M. MeRobcrts returned set for the ononing of tbo thi'd Lib-ert- v white neck; wearing leatlvr ullur; their home. thi3 morning from a visit to hor staNow is the time to plan youi Miss Gertrude Gaines is at BowLoan. The amount b" not been reward. Leo Ever, Ottenheim. 19-- p Mrs. Frank Phillips went ters, the Misses Shelby, at Arcadia. Orchard, Lawn and Garden ' i FOR SALE I have lor sale 111 or taking a business course. Garrard county this morning over to dpnondent upon line Green decided, as it to visit Miss Mollie Daugherty returned her mother. pending legislation, but it is gener- 12 pairs of broke mules now re.idv RED CROSS NOTES. Our large descriptive catnlosj Monday from a protracted stay in Mr. and Mrs. Dean Timberlake. of Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky will ally accented that thi will bo the for the plow. Phone 3001 Danv.lle". 35 of reliable Fruit and Shade Louisville. I4tf Danville, are the guests of G. T. Tim- be asked to contribute $9,400, 000 in largest issue yet presented to the J. M. Cress. Trees, Small Fruits, Shrubs, Miss Annie Johnson spent several berlake and family. FOR SALE E"ight"or ten' Comtho Second Red Cross War Fund people. The rate is indicated bv the Evergreens, Grapes, Seed Podays with Mrs. J. B. Willis at Crab Mr. and Mrs. Burdcttc McKenzie Drive-fo- r $100,000,000, R. F. Grant, 1 2 per cent, on the last issue of mon Sense Hemp Brakes. Will sell at tatoes, Strawberries, Asparagus. Orchard fapnngs, and children snnnt snvnrnl ilnuc mmHi director of the drive in the Lake Di- certificates of indebtedness. The cam- $7 to $9. Sam Holtzclaw, Stanford, Etc., if free upon inquiry. Wc .T. S. Hocker. Jr.. was un from Lou- - Mt R. D. No. 5. Vnmnn miotiun. p vision, announced Friday. The drive paign will last three or four weeks. have NO AGENTS. Write toisville for a brief visit to his father, Mr. Ben Lester, of the J. P. Frank dates are May G to 13. FOR SALE July seed potatoes at "Perforday. Remedy A Fav- $3. HO per bushel. Also a Sharpies Mr. J. S. Hocksr. umtcij vju., uiiMnuu, iiiuuu nis reg- - mances and expenditures of the Chamberlain's Cough Colds Mr. and Mrs. Carl Starns, of orite For ular trip here Mondav American Red Cross abroad and at Cream Separator. Mrs. Eflie Baugh- H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS are visiting his parents at Messrs. Joe Cress and Russell home during the first year of the 19-tJ. L. Easley. Macon. 111., in speak- man. Stanford. f Lexington, Ky. " Turersville, this week. of Danville, were the guests war will be placed before the pub- ing of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy FOR SALE 100 gallons of sorgIsaac and Hasson Salem left Sun- of friends here Sunday. lic before the second drive begins," says, "During the past fifteen years day for New York City to buy goodi Mrs. Woodie Hale came over from Mr. Grant stated. "Last summer it has been my sister's favorite med- hum molasses at 90c a gallon at my for the Bargain Store. Danville this morning to spend a few with but little organization, the Red icine for colds on the lungs. I my- place. Come at once. I. C. Livings JOHN WHITE & CO. Mr. Harvey Mercer, of Cincinnati, days with relatives and friends here. Cross secured subscriptions amount- self have taken it a number of times ton, Stanford, R. F. D. No. 3. p LOUISVILLE, KY. is spending a few days with his faMr. D. R. Moore, of the Shelby ing to $119,000,000. And now with when suffering with a cold and it has MONEY TO LOAN $1,000 and I. ......... . ther. Mr. W. II. Mercer. City section, continues very poorly a membership of 22,000,000 we have always relieved me promptly." u un iuiiiuveii larni lanus in LinMrs. James Mershon. of Lebanon and it is feared that he can not last every reason to believe that the full valuo paid coln county. Five per cent. Rufe As ind Junction, came up yesterday for a long. lor FURS $100,000,000 fund will be oversub19-hurst, Somerset, Ky. visit to the homefolks hero. raw J. M. Reynolds and Fred Gooch, scribed." FOR SALE Good pair coming 4"Broken Fetters" abounds in keen two prominent citizens of the Washington instructs us to organMds and year-ol- d mules; well broke; 10 hands 'Co.t Bklna wit, bright humor and genuine pa Waynesburg section, were in town ize at once for the next Red Cross lughi Price right. Crab Orchard, U.I1' thos, kverv character hrst class. today. $100,000,000 national drive. KenD. No. 2. See J. T. Rigsby. 19-2- p Dr. M. D. Early is in Louisville atMrs. G. E. Everitt, of Mayslick, is tucky's quota is $900,000. As Lintending the meeting of the State with her father, Mr. J. H. Collier, coln county has never participated gi FOR SALE One extra aood O. 1 C. boar, 22 months old, lurge bone Missionary Board of the Baptist who is very ill at his home at Crab in a War Fund drive let lis come to nnd lengthy; register free. David church. the front this time. The drive dates Orchard. Mr. A. J. Borders is assisting in Knoepllc, Moreland, Ky. II. D. No. 1 Rev. and Brs. P. L. Bruce went to are May 0 to 13. Further details 19-- lt the Snoonamorc drug store at Dan- Richmond Saturday, where on Sun- will be announced in subsequent isville during the illness of one of the day Rev. Bruce preached at the sues of the I. J. FOR SALE I have for sale SO pharmacists of that institution. Presbyterian church. bushels of hemp seed. These are ex Income Tax Examiner II. R. Sauf-lo- y Mrs. J. W. Acey, who has been ill AT HARRODSBURG 6TH AND 7TH tra clean and nice. See or write II. Have for sale all kinds of Farm and The Woman's Club of this city is returned from Wayne county for some time, was well enough to K. Spangler, Crab Orchard, Kv. R. F. m D. No. 2. Saturday, where he had been for sev- go over to Lancaster this morning in receipt of the following letter, jg "lil-l- ii City Property. Any information dewhich is eral weeks. He went to Irvine Sun- and visit her mother. A num- H & WAN1ED At once a registered sired will be cheerfully given. Call day. Mrs. Mary Burch and son, Attor- ber of the ladies will attend the pharmacist. One who is competent to or phone 32, Junction City, Kentucky Dr. W. B. O'Bannon, Lincoln coun- ney W. S. Burch, are spending a few meeting at Harrodsburg which promtake care of first class business. The ty's Representative, who spent Sat- days with the family of Mrs. John ises to be a very interesting one: urday and Sunday at his home, re- Buchanan, at Crab Orchard. "The Home Demonstration Depart- CENT-A-WOR- D Lincoln Pharmacy, J. W. Acey, prop. Jewelturned to his post of duty Monday W. R. Fowle, who celebrated his ment of the University of Kentucky (Ads litre are 1 cent a wotd each Imui-- , ciifli Stanford, Ky. morning, 25th birthday today, came up from has arranged a series of short WANTED 75 ewes with lambs by Mr. McD. Royalty had the misfor- Lebanon Junction to spend the day courses in Food Conservation. The with order; no ad less thaii 25c tach Issue ) tune to fall the other day and badlv with his father, Mr.NN. W. Fowle. Federation, through the Executive COAL I have just got in a car of side, from two to five years of age. injure a hip and knee. He is confined An all star performance will be Committee, has heartily endorsed this nice REX coal; may I send vou a Must be good ones. Write me tho kind you have and vour price. E. M. to his home on East Main street by given Thursday night. See and hear work and will as a Avar load? N. W. Fowle. 19-- 1 Royalty, ''The Watkins Man," Stanhis injuries. the funny people Dr. Brown, A- measure. On the Oth and 7th of FOR" SALE A few good work ford p Mrs. J. L. B. Coffey went to lbert Phillips and the Grimes family. March, tomorrow and Thursday, one STANFORD. KY. mules. See them at Stock Yards. T. Memphis Saturday morning to spend Mrs. Louellyn, of McKee, Jackson of these short courses will be given W. Jones, Stanford, Ky. SAFETY BOXES Those" who 18-- 4 a few days with her husband, who is county, who has been with Dr. E. J. in Harrodsburg, and I hope that you have keys to the Sate Bank & Trust In Western Union Telegraph Office MONEY We have $0,000 or 0 Co. working that territory for the house Brown for treatment, returned to her and as many of your members as safety boxes, now in the First to loan on good scurity. Hughes National Uank, will please return he is traveling for. home Saturday very much improved. possible can attend as the lessons 18-- tf & McCarty, Stanford, Ky. Mitchells-burare interesting and instructive. We Miss Susan Fisher Woods went to keys, as the boxes are likely to be Mrs. B. D. Carter, of Mt. Sterling to see her little namewho has been with friends and hope the new District Chairman will LIVING ROOMS Several desira- movedat once. J. W. Acey. 19-sake, Miss Susan Fisher Anderson, relatives here, left Mondav to visit preside and that there vHll be a num ble rooms for rent over my store. FOR RENT My house and lot on infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. a day or so at Junction City before ber of club women present. See me at once. E. T. Pence. 12tf Lancaster street. Good garden. ImC. Anderson, who is ill. Most cordially yours, returning home. FIRST-CLAS- S Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lankford and Wallace M. Bartlett, timothy "and clover-ha- mediate possession. Sec Hughes & Miss Ella Mae Saunders spent n Em. District Home Dem. Agent children, Richard, Joe and Miss Fran- Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. R. for sale. Hartwell Shanks, at McCarty, Stanford, Ky. or write me. ces Lankford. Lincoln County National Bank. 19-of Gravel Switch, at Cedar Creek. Mrs. Dillion's J. G. McBee, Hyattsville, Md. A GREAT BIG CHECK snent several days with Mr. and Mrs. condition remains critical and her FOR SALE W. P. Kincaid . j'air coming Mr. Josh Jones Lincoln's hemp very much alarmed. friends are Maurice Tucker, who has been at king, showed the I. J. force the other mare mules, good workers; Mrs. G. G. Perry entertained Friday evening with a most delicious work at Marion, 0., is "back on the day a check which he had just receivblack jack with white It lai woman's no. turkey dinner to a number of her farm," where ,he will remain. ed from Hudson & Davis, the Danturo to naturally ro points; 53 tons of corn silage. Wil m hemp men. for a part of his friends. The beautifully appointed "Smoky" looks as if the Buckeye ville epond to tho charm ol liam Cordier, Rowland. 17-tf table was laden with all the delicacies State has used him well. His manv hemp crop of 191G. It was for $21,-17a pretty child. 'Who nnd some cents more monej of the season, and it was the opin- friends are giving him the glad hand. FOR RENT The T. C. Ball store- M docs not admlro ha BE ion of tho oruests. the menu could Miss Fannie King, of Indiann.no-lis- , than the average newspaper man sees bios? Tho lonclntr to room and rooming house possess a baby Is ofter. cupy, until Jan. 1st. Nine I now ocis with her parents, Mr. ad Mrs. in a life time. Mr. Jones sold his hemp not have been surpassed in any parti- rooms in outweighed by tho In house, which has Pate J. Kiner. at Crab Orchard. She crop of that year for about $35,000 ' miur. Kicnmonu ttegisier. hcrcnt fear of the veniences. Will bath and other conhome to bid farewell to her and the check he showed us was only came also sell my stock of period of distress to Camp Taylor a balance due him. He had some 300 frother, who went Thoro Is a most groceries at cost. Jas. Shilllett, Stanwith the last bunch of soldier boys a acres in hemp last year and not withi8-external ford. wonderful standing the low price of 11 cents week ago. preparation known at WANTED A good tobacco mm; J. II. McHargue, formerly of thh per pound ottered now, ho will soon "Mother's Friend". can furnish some corn land; must county, but who moved out West get another big check. lie says he is It Is aisafo external massago which pain and discomfort nt tho crisis, have help to take care of crop. Four many years ago and has resided at going to buv Liberty Loan Bonds makes olastla thoso fibers and muscles miles Tyrone, Okla., orders his paper with most of the money. from Stanford on Ilustonville FARM LOANS which naturo Is expanding, nnd wonder changed to Amite, La. He writes that fully soothes tho Inflammation of brcasl pike. C. L. Carter, Stanford, R. D. NO MORE CATARRH he is planting corn and that strawOver 3 Million Loaned Throufb Glands. berries will soon bo ripe. It enables tho expectant 'mother to pre. No. 5. A Guaranteed Treatment That Has This Office Hackley, son of Mr. and servo her health and strength, and sh Maret Stood The Test Of Time FARM FOR REN'ivlyo TTcTeTTHr remains a pretty mother by Mrs. J. T. Hackley, is out of tho sercome and catarrh avoided tho suffering and danger liavlnt cultivation; 25 in woods; all under Catarrh cures which vice of his country with an honorable cures go, but Hyomcl continues to good fence. House, chicken such an discharge in his pocket. He was on heal catarrh and abolish its disgust- would otherwlso accompany and tendon oc will fix up house. Also one house. I 1: caslon. Every ncrvo, musclo fruit tho batteship, "Wisconsin," some ing symptoms wherever civilzation thoroughly lubricated. Get a bottlo todaj den. Price $150 cash in advancegaror INSURANCE eight or ten months, but a bad heart exists. druggist, and wrlto to tho Brad half of crop to a good man. This from tho made him have to give up his work. field Regulator Co., Dcpt. O, 200 Lamai place is at Bowen Station, Ky. Also BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR Every year the already enormous SALE Mr. Ed CofFman and wife came in sales of this really scientific treat- Building, Atlanta, Ca. They will mat 112 shocks of corn on place for sale. you an Intensely Interesting book, bu-rifrom Indianapolis to attend tho igauc if ment for catarrh grow greater and "Motherhood and tho Baby". llttlo boo! Write Mrs. Chus. Lease, Pluinville, Ckeapsida & Short Lexington, Ky. Tho of his father. Mr. Lindsay P. tho present yenr should show all rec- la free. Every woman Bhould herself al J1L p CofTman, of tho Bourne section of ords broken. If you breathe Hyomoi nature In her glorious work. "Mother: tho county. Mr. CofTman, who has dailv ns directed it will end your ca- Friend" mokes It possible for yon to do sr been a subscriber to this paper for tarrh, or it won't cost you n cent. and should bo used regularly without BUY THE FAMOUS many years, was a caller this mornIf you have a hard rubber Hvomei night and morning. ing. inhaler somewhero around tho house, Try one of our Shumate RaJohn Renfro and wife, Ernest jjet it out and start it at onco to forzor. It It guaranteed to give Prcwitt nnd wife, Mrs. R. C. Ren- ever rid yourself of catarrh. good service for life. fro. Miss Vema Mao Renfro, Mr. Tho Pennv Drug Store, or any ! and Mrs. J. T. Gentry, W. E. Jack- other good druggist will sell you a 1-We have a large itock to se2 son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. E. J, bottle of Hyomei (liquid), start to lect from, and at popular Wiseman, Paul demons, Miss Ida breathe it nnd notico now quicklv it prices. Renn VanDovier and Burnett Alder- - clears out tho air passages and makes Positive Guarantee to Run 6,000 Miles son, all of Harrodsburg, were here tho entire head feel fine. guests of Renfro. The Store Sunday tho Kennedy, R. H. Mr. and Hyomei used regularly will end Sold and Guaranteed by coughs, colds, bronchitis or son of Wade II. asthma. A complete outfit, including Mrs. E. D. Kennedy, of this city, E. R. Coleman, Prop. whiphis I. J. changed from Oklaho n hnrd rubber pocket inhaler nnd Phone No. 2 Stanford, Ky. ma to Portola, Cal.. caro of The bottle of Hyomei, costs but little. No it. Walker Mine. Mr. Kennedy writes stomach dosing: just breathe it. It that ho has a good position with tho kills the germs, soothes and heals the mining company. Ho asks that his inflamed membrane. It regards bo given tho people of LinEven Boiling, aged 82, is dead coln county, who livo in tho "garden in the Parksvillc section of Boyle. J spot of the world." " Certain flour mills in Rhclbyvllle, Georgetown nnd Millersburg have been closed down bv the Federal Food Administration for nlleged violations of the administration rulings. Hubert Howe Bancroft, famous American historian, died yestcrdny at hi home in California n't the age of 80 years. Bnncroft, though n voluminous writer, never took up the pen until well advanced in years. Elimination of hundred of small electric generating plants i proposed by tho National Fuel Administration to effect a saving of conl. Centralization is thc system proposed, nnd n public hearing on the nitcst'on is to New I Wash Goods I New Percales, in light and dark patterns; best quality cambric finish. New Zephyr Ginghams, fast colors and ready shrunk; gorgeous plaids and stripes. I The First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. 1 Fine Nainsooks and Cambrics by the yard or All desirable goods are scarce. Come now and supply your needs. ! s 1 1 Severance Main Depot Son f-- n Stanford, n er SN;SS'iiVVVU,iV;UVVWAVVSUVVVNVVN T 19-2- E E S Bry-antsvil- Dil-Ieha- y, 17-2- IIIIIIlRQligH " WANTED! at You to feel at home ..... 8t Jg.WI JR -! irrr. a b THE PRINCESS Soda Fountain Real Estate Renfro HISIK1I1HHHI1SI1& Pre wilt e ADS i Watches, Clocks, ry and Spectacles Repaired by ROBERT FENZEL 18-2- $7,-00- Satisfaction Guaranteed. COUNTRY HAM the real kind with the brown gravy g, tf Dil-lio- 2t Women Love Babies four-year-o- ld ld G 4t mimnBiig THE PRINCESS , 5 Per Cent W. KING & SON al 19-2- RAZORS Penny Drug f. LOOK Gordon Auto Casings 30x3 $22.00 Did it ever occur to you that we serve h, or-de- rs Strawberry Short Cake, with ped cream over The Lincoln Pharmacy The THE PRINCESS !fte3 Store The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, March 5, 1918 We know you will like our Strawberry Cream made of fresh LAND, STOCK AND CROP Raymond D. Conrad sold an nged mule to John B .Anderson for $C0. This Great Curative Property Can Richard Hester sold to Mr. Hughes, Now Be Tried At Home By of Lancaster, five tons of hay nt $35 RADIUM IS NOW OFFERED TO ALL FOR RHEUMATISM Call has been issued for 10,000 BOWEN Mr. C. C. White is working on tho machinists, mechanics, chauffeurs and other skilled workmen needed at railroad. Mr. once by the aviation section of tho shuckingCollins Moore has finished his corn. signal corps. Tho Grubbs boys have been visiting hero from Stanford. Mr. and Mrs. Riley Edwards have moved to the Shelby farm. Mrs. L. P. Carney has been on the sick list but is somewhat improved. Mr. Ollie Coffman has moved on Mr. Collins Moore's form which he will tend. 3I Born to tho wife of W. T. McGirr, boy who was named Hughes Davis Fox McGirr. Mr. Robert Russell has returned homo from Stanford, where ho has been shucking corn for scvcrnl dnys The Death Angel visited the homo of Mr. L. P. Coffman nnd took him nway Wcdncsdny night. He leaves a wife nnd several children to mourn n ten-poun- d Anybody Strawberries THE PRINCESS NEAL'S CREEK Mrs. Edtl Phillips is very sick. Mr. Lilburn Daughcrty is moving to Turnersvillo. Mr. Elzn Phillips is up again after severe attack of crip. Mrs. Minnie Phillips and son nnd little daughter arc sick. Mr. Will Raines is some better at medicines. this writing, wo arc glad to know. The manufacturers of Tnnlac. the Miss Vcrdell Youne spent with Miss Mary and Cnssie Dnughor-ty- . most widely known general system tonic in America, have placed a medMr. Curtis Youne; visited his step- icine for rheumatism on the market father and brother at Mt. Moriah re- and it contains radium. Tanlnc Rheumatism Treatment, cently. Mr. Lilburn Daue;herty spent Fri- under which name the new medicine day night with his brother, Mr. W. S. is being introduced, is complete. It consists of n tablet for internal use Dnuirhortv. Miss Eflic Former was the pleas- and a medicament for external use. ant guest of Miss Chissic Kitts last Each of the tablets for internal use Sunday afternoon. produces four macho units of genuMr. Curtis Young has finished his ine radium emanation. If you suffer from the aches and task of making hemp brakes for Mr. paiii3 and twinges of rheumatism get Sampson, of Sulley. Mrs. Heed Phillips, of this place, Tnnlac Rheumatism Treatment tospent last week with her mother and day nnd got a real medicine for this dreaded complaint. You can get Tan- father near Danville. Misses Mary and Cassio Daughor-t- v lac Rheumatism Treatment at anv spent the day with Miss Vcrdell good drug store where you get Tan-laYoung Inst Saturday. the famous tonic. Kirkpatrick spent Mr. Howard ROWLAND Thursday night with Mr. Millard Estcs Smith, of Louisville, visited Baugh at Turnersvillo. Mr. and Mrs. Dink Farmer visited the homefolks. J. W. her father, Mr. Charlie Haugh at this burg Price, of Lancaster, was in recently. Turnersvillo Inst Sunday. L. T. Smith is visiting his two Mrs. .Take Hobbins and children, of Mason's Gan, snent last Thursday daughters in Louisville. Mrs. Capps, of Arizonn, is visiting with Mrs. W. S. Daughcrty. Miss Bessie Kirkpatrick is visiting her sister, Mrs. R. L. Albright. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Hays are visither aunt, Mrs. William Kirkpatrick ing homefolks in Pulnski county. this week near Mason's Gap. Mrs. T. J. Jennings visited her Mr. George Favmcr and Miss Gus-t- a of Sanders spent the day with Mr. daughter, Mrs. Reed, M. Danville. Mr. and Mrs. W. Stevens, of rtid Mrs. A. J. Hutchison last Sun- Highland Park, visited homefolks day. Air. Washington Carroll, of this last week. School place, is going to move near Parks-vill- February, closed here on the 21st of after a successful term We are sorry to give up such taught bv Mrs. Frank Hays and Miss good neighbors. Lula Bell. Mr. and Mrs. Will Perkins were MOTHER! GIVE CHILD in Danville Sunday. "SYRUP OF FIGS" IF Mr. and Mrs. Badgett's little child WITH THE CHURCHES. TONGUE IS COATED has been very sick, but is better, we Eld. J. G. Livingston will preach are glad to state. Mr. and Mrs. 0. D. Murphy, of at McCormack's church at 11 o'clock If Cross, Feverish, Sick, Bilious Shelby City, spent last Friday with Sunday morning. Clean Little Liver And y The C. W. B. M. will meet Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Martin. Bowels afternoon at 2:30 in the lecN. W. Fowle has been worked hard during the last. term of court, as he ture room of the Christian church. The Woman's Missionary Societv Children love this "fruit laxative," had to make some early calls to catch and nothing else cleanses the tender his victims before they got out of of the Baptist church, will meet with stomach, liver and bowels so nicely. bed to have them before the grand Mrs. E. L. Remhart Friday afternoon at 2:30. At the close of the A child simply will not stop plny-in- jury. Missionary program there will be a to empty the bowels, nnd the result is, they become tightlv clogged Division of the country into four business meeting of the Aid Socip'ith waste, liver gets sluggish, stom- - great aviation departments is under ety. On Saturday afternoon at 2:30 discussion by a council of Signal the Missionary Society will meet firtii sours, then your little one cross, half-sicfeverish, don't Corps officers. The proposed change with Mrs. Garland Singleton. All naturally, breath is is in no way due to fatal accidents members are urged to attend these eat." bleep or are expected lad, system full of cold, has sore at Hying fields, which on considera- meetings. The union prayer meeting will be or diarrhoea. but is based entirely throat, stomach-achheld at the Baptist church WednesLisitis, Mother! See if tongue is coat- - tions of administration. day night at 7:15. While the leader of oi, then give a tcaspoonful in "Calwill be a preacher, yet the talks and a few ifornia Syrup of Figs," and other parts will be taken by laymen hours all the constipated waste, sour entirely. The subject will be "The undigested food paces out of bile and Red Ripe m Church nnd the Community Life." and you have a well, the svstcm. Tnlks will be made by Messrs. C. E. playful child again. j" Tate and J. C. McClary. Miss Eliz"CaliforMillions of mothers give abeth Higgins will sing a solo, and nia Syrup of Figs" because it is perlead a chorus of high school pupils. fectly harmless; children love it, and over delicious Ice Clarence Singleton will accompany it never fails to act on the stomach, on the violin. All in all, the meeting liver nnd bowels. nromises to be a vcrv enjoyable one. only Cream, Ask your druggist for a bottle of and the attendance should creditably "California Syrup of Figs," which represent the churches of the com has full directions for babies, chil5 munity. all ages and for grown-up- s dren of plainly printed on the bottle. Beware WOMEN TORTURED! of counterfeits sold here. Get genuine, made bv "California Fig Svrup Suffer Terribly With Corns Because Company." Refuse any other kind Of High Heels, But Why Care It with contempt. hnv-inc, three-months-o- ld e. curative properties for rheumatism known to medical science. But Rndium treatments in the past have been enormously expensive nnd the cost has prohibited the average man or woman who suffered from rheumatism from trying it. Either the sufferer had to journey to some hot springs to drink the wntcr containing the radium cmanntions or go to an institution known as an 'Emanatorium" where the radium treatment was taken by inhaling the gas or cmanntions given off from a quantity of pure rndium. Now, however, the radium treatment is not expenive. Sufferers from rheumatism can try radium right in their own homes nnd the cost is no grcntcr than the cost of ordinary Radium is one of the most efficient J. T. Hugucly, of Danville, has bought the J. F. Linncy farm of 54 acres, on the Perryville pike, for ?9,000. W. M. Bright & Sons sold from Dright's Inn Fnrms to Ranks Hudson to go to LaFollette ,Tenn., a d of pea green alfalfa hay nt $37.G0. The Rockcastle Stock Pens nt Mt. Vernon have been incorporated. The capital is $5,000 and the incorporators are Gus Stnvison, Green Fish and C. D. Sutton. The Secretary of Agriculture has called upon urban people to aid the inrmer uurinir the com ne cron sea son. "If soldiers are willing to serve in the trenches nnd risk their lives," he declnrcd. "many civilians can well afford to spend n part of their time to serve in the furrows and in the harvest fields." "I have added Quick Girl and Clara Riffe, Aberdeen Angus cows purchased from Sam Bell on March 2. These cows are Queen Mothers, bred g by T. L. Carpenter, Mr. Bell bought them at J. M. Cress' sale. The price paid by me was $200." writes M. B. Carson, of the West End of the county. The farmers are not accepting the lie offered by the hemp buyers for their crop3 and will not do so except as a last lesort. Many will hold their crops until next year, if it is necessary to get a reasonable price. It is true that several small crops have been sold at the above figure, but no large ones have gone at that. A largo crowd attended the public sale of William Underwood near East Hickman and things sold for good prices. One hundred and twenty-five shoats sold in lots of eight and ten $10 to $18 per hundred pounds; sow and six pigs, $77.50; boar, $27.50; two gilts $30 and $31.50; two calves, $21.50 each; five calves, $15 each; cow, $87; heifer $30.50; cow and calf, $140, $90; five horses $102.50. During the past week a record was established on the Lexington market, when 4.900,780 pounds of tobacco were sold at the remarkable average og $30.73. This is the highest average reported on the Lexington market for the same number of pounds. Official reports from the various warehouses show 34,099,095 pounds sold up to the present at an average of $28.23. The money that growers have received from the crop up to the present date amounts to car-loa- per ton. Undertaker Embalmer his loss. g It has virtually been assured that tho 1918 reunion of Confederate veterans will be held in Tulsa, Okln. J. C. McCLARY Offlet Phsas 107 Horn Phon 86 You Are Cordially Invited J. L. Beazley & Co., VfTff'fHf JJUnlE&BEPTF&fi to our store for inspection of our large spring stock. Our Rugs and Paper are now in and ready for your inspection. You are welcome at any time Main Street Phone 42, Stanford, Ky Undertaker Embalmer PENCE & HILL Stanford, Ky. Wed-esda- ir as the old McClure farm, 2 miles from Crab Orchard, adjoining Rev. J. G. Livingston and Chandler farms, I will offer for sale to the highest and best bidder, the following described personal property: STOCK One saddle and buggy mare; one mare; one mare; three cows; four calves. FARMING IMPLEMENTS One Disc harrow; one buggy; one cultivator; buggy and harness; one No. 20 turning plow; two corn drills; some double shovel plows; one Deering mowing machine; plow gear; work bridles, cross-cu- t saw; one hand saw, and other farming implements not herewith mentioned. CROPS About ten barrels of good corn; about eight barrels of cow corn; some fodder; about one ton of hay. HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE, consisting of a nice bedroom set; two sewing machines; three cook stoves; one nice range; one box stove; one oil stove; one nice 9x1 2 rug; one nice 9x1 2 Axminster rug and other household goods too numerous to mention. FARM WILL BE RENTED ON DAY OF SALE TO HIGHEST BIDDER Terms Known on Day of Sale II if 17 1MAMITI7I M. H. Johnson, Auctioneer IVlKo. lVIAJNULL -2 10-year-- At 9 o'clock A. M. sharp, at my home on the W. T. Manuel farm, known PUBLIC SA9, 181 S On SATURDAY, MARCH 1)0 W. T 1. k, " e iiEiiiiniRir Florida Strawberries and Cents 1 PUBLIC SALE of Farm, Stock and Crop As agent for Mrs. Jennie B. Rainey, I will, on u THE PRINCESS Now Saturday, March 9, 1918 At 9 O'clock A. 46-10- .tr Qan you Women wear high heels which buckle up their toes and they suffer terribly from corns. Women then M, afford to pay less? For over 30 years Crossett Shoes have sti od for unusually good leather strcng 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 7.50 to $11. Men pay more attention to value They find that then they used to. hoe dollar go further in a highMype thoe Hie Crossetu. tf proceed to trim these pests, seeking relief, but they hardly realise the terrible danger from infection, says a Cincinnati authority. Corns can "".Mlv be lifted out with the fingers if vou will get from any drug store a ouarter of an ounce of a drug called f'eezone. This is sufficient to remove every hard or soft corn or callus from one's feet. You simply apply n few drops directly upon the tender, aching corn or callus. The sorencess 13 relieved at once and soon the entire corn or callus, root and all, lifts out without one particle of pain. This freezonn is a sticky substance which dries in a moment. It just shrivels up the corn without inflaming or even irritating the surrounding tissue or skin. Tell your wife It about this. WILL TEST SEED CORN FREE The senior class of the Crab Orchard graded Efool offers to test seed corn free. The class has given the proposition much study and is well prepared to make the test. Any amount from a single enr to six bushels tested. Farmers of that section of the county might with profit give the boys of the school a trial. m. sell her farm of 172 and 0 acres located on Hustonvlle pike, three miles south of Danville and one mile north of Shelby City. Sixty-five acres of this farm is in grass, balance to be cultivated this season. This is one of the most desirable homes in Boyle County; y residence and all necessaryary outbuildings; two has good never-failin- g d springs. Farm will be sold for cash and the balance in one, two and three years, of equal payments, interest at six per cent. two-storone-thir- Will also sell the following live stock: Six milk cows, two yearling geldings; one steers; two mare; one 5 year-old gelding, and one yearling horse colt. gelding, and one 3 year-old -- -- About 25 barrels of corn in crib, two stacks of millet hay, two hundred shocks of fodder. IMPLEMENTS: One Deering binder; two wagons; one Disc harrow; one corn planter; three cultivators; smoothing harrow two buggies, and other things too numerous to mention. rse The shoe below b a fine of Crossett style and comfort. (how it to you. example Let ui r1 Mr TitaJ' Ff I Urtossett, office I CMahts -- 5 O- - .. VI' . tig Walk &sy SAM ROBINSON or Don't forget to eat TURKEY with dressing and cranberry sauce Wednesday at Terms for the personalty will be announced on the day of sale. Privilege of plowing the ground will be given as soon as sale is made and full possession the first of April. Sale will be made, rain or shine. Jno. S. Baughman, Agt, Danville, Ky. Capt. T. D. English, Auctioneer THE PRINCESS