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No. 2 MEETS The Interi 1 0. ld R JOURNAL Tuesdays and Fridays de-w- as The Interior Journal, Stanford, KeBicky, Tuesday, March 12, 1918 COURT'S ENDORSEMENT DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER TH OF A GOOD CITIZEN BIGGEST COURT IN YEARS THE LATEST WAR NEWS The members of the Fiscal Court Sam Sims, one of the good cit- Winchester a $30,000 fire Monday's court dny was the a of the county desire to express their which started suffered flats belonging mule for $140. Tho American forces in Lorraine in the t this county, died nt his homo very biggest that Stanfordone of had have gone has Frank Shcron sold to Charles Lusk nearty approval of the plan propos- to Mrs. J. T. Luman. over the top nnd gained evening of March the 4th, in years. A lartro crowd wim nn Vmmi ed by B. W. Givcns and others, for a Polled Angus heifer for $76. Mrs. Louise Hamnlnn. nrrnA R7. ow Salem, acred 58. Besides and business in nil lies was rushing. the second lino of Gcrmnn trenches. Fred Von Gruenigan sold to Will me repair of the roads. The people dnughter of Allen Embry, a pioneer Three savage raids were carried out e, who was Miss Martha Bell There wore only about 500 of the county nre assuured that the Baptist preacher, is dead at Mt. Bronddus a Jersey bull for $G5. daughter of Milton Gooch. at tho Nunnelloy Stock Pens,cnttlo against the German positions. A but Will Broaddus sold to Dink Far- Fiscal Court will do every thing pos- Sterling. survived by one daughter and every hoof was sold and many chang- heavy barrage fire wns opened up on mer a horse for $157.-5- sible with the limited revenue at its Newton D. Baker.' Sprrntnrv nt ns. ror several years the ed hands two or three times during the raiding parties, but American . disposal, to repair the roads, but the ttr ur, imis successiuiiy M .".. artillerymen nnswered shot for shot, a member of the Baptist the day. Cattle dealers Col. T. A. Bradley, of Boyle, present revenue is not sufficient for the submarine zone passed through at wew sniem. lie was a ns high as 13 cents wascstimnte that and n number of the enemy guns nnd reached a realized for were silenced. Three raids bought here Monday 20 yearlings at the purpose and unless the noonlo do French port. honorable, crond some of the very were ntwhile join in the movement suggested and 10 nd his death is a distinct loss a bunch of 25 good best steers, weigh- tempted in the Ormentiercs sector, Between five and ten of the Mexiones were W. B. Maynard, of Marccllus, contriuute worK, teams and materials, can bandits who county. The funeral services ed to a but the Teutons were repulsed. The raided East Ranch bought a mare mulo an additional tax will be ncccssarv. near Lareda, Texas, were killed by rcsignntion of Trotzky, it now leld at the home of the deccas-1- 0 All classes of cattle buyer at It were in demand The Fiscal Court desires to avoid anv for $205. followed a quarrel between o'clock Tuesday morninir. and buyer and seller got together Jimmy" Roberts, of Pulas- additional tax. So it calls upon and Capt. Ryan's company of rangers. "Uncle Machinist's Mate Sazio, of Rome, whenlRev. K. S. Martin, of Middlc- - quickly. An excellent grade of cat- the Russian Foreign Minister nnd ki, sold here Monday 27 urges all of the people to join in this Premier appropriate There great movement for the betterment N. Y., was killed and Student Avia- burgfj delivered an followed in dis- tle Was offered, nnd ns trrnss is pnm. lighting onLcninc. scale inhas been cattle at about $60. n large tor Nash was seriously injured in an course. The burial Italy. the ing good nnd Stronir. it is not. strnnrrn Scott Bros, bought of T. W. Jones of the roads and contribute at least airplane accident at Pensacola. i tvuson tins sent n mesFla. Simcemetery near Kings Mountain that the demand was great nnd the sage hogs at 17c and five one day's time and such teams nnd 32 two o'clock Tuesday, afternoon prices high. Dr. J. M. Munvon, n medicine at A lnrge number of mules ple of sympathy to the Russian peoG3 cattle at lie. material as may be ccessary during manufacturer, of through tho Congress, with died Muo sympathy is extended to the i Mr. Bottom, of Junction City, the week, beginning next Monday, at a Palm Beach, Philadelphia, Heart family for the loss of their loved one. were sold during the day and like pledge that the United States will Fla., hotel. cnttle they brought big prices. $175 avail itself bought of Horton and Boss Saturday March 18 and ending Saturday, failure is said to have been of every opportunity to the cause. The deceased had been in ill health to $250 were the ruling prices, some 29 March 23. cattle at $39. aid them in driving for manv venrs. hut- 5n n vnvr cnn. Mrs. Lucy N. E. C. Eubanks bought Monday of The work, teams and materials old, was burned Harrison, 80 years ousVcondition for the past month extra good ones going over the latter and restoring Russin toout autocracy to death at her her place in amount. Good horses were also in de tho comWilliam McCormnck a pair of furnished will be devoted, under the home near Sulphur. A young grandlend. mand, as was shown by the 25 Illi- nnd world with complete sovereignty ing supervision of the Road Overseer for son heard mules for $300. independence. nois mares offered by Joe Jordan J. S. Cover of Pulaski, sold here that particular road, to repairing the clothing onher scream and found her fire. SELLING LOTS OF FARMS selling all the way from $200 to ed The Wnr Department is determinMonday 10 mixed steers and heifers, road used by the people so furnishto withhold the names and Mrs. Mnry Holder, mother of Wal Col. Monroe Thompson, the hust- - S285. There was very little demand weighing from 3G0 to 450 'pounds, at ing their time nnd material. This is a ter Holder, who died at of soldiers killed nr wounded Fort Thomas lineJ5Wnvneshurtr real estntn mnn for plug horses, however. Horse and great and urgently necessary move- of spinal meningitis, is the beiicfici-ar- v wasjherc Saturday. $30. who die lie came over to cattle buyers were here from many or pointed at the front. The order it Pence Bros., of Garrard, bought ment, and the Fiscal Court calls upis' out, is issued at of brinjfla Mr. Jones, of A. II. Bastin. of Lancaster, a pair on all of the people all over the policy ofher soldier son's insurance hadbeen looking of Tennessee, who counties and it was a scramble of tho French Government,tho request R10.000. nnd seeks at some of the among them to get to the owners to prevent mare mules for county, whether on turnpikes or of Fully 30,000 persons from all information of vnlue " has county roads, to join in it, nnd so parts of Ireland Sunday followed the farms the colonel Col. on his list. In first. The merchants and other busi$450. to the enemy. the last day or so Jrmor McGraw bought of Robert make our "Good Road Week," a per- cofiln of John Redmond, Nationalist sold.to a Mr. Murrill, Thompson has ness men fared well during the day Though indications point to nn of Tennessee, nnd March court of 1918 will long be Wilder his farm of 148 acres, on the fect success. leader, from the station to the the John Chamberlain farm of 123 remembered as being a banner one. enrlv beginning of the Danville and Hustonville pike, near Let there be no "Slackers." Let church at Kingston, where mass was ncres, four miles from Waynesburg, German offensive in the AVest, the people upon every road, "Go Over said. Shelby Citv, for $15,000. nllied nations are confident that the for $2,000; to Z. T. Watson the J. C. YOUNG WIFE KILLED T. W. Jones sold to W. B. May the Top." Hun will got more than he bargained The Senate Mrs. Ollie Hurst, who By order of the Fiscal Court of amendments to agreed to the House Chamberlain place of 1G0 acres for nard a mule for $200, to W. C. Floyd the bill providing for $4,000 and to a North Carolina par- Mabel Gum, was almost was Miss for. On all this lino patrol engageinstantly ments arc one for $200, to J. C. Fox one for Lincoln County, T. A. Rice, Judge growing more serious the furlough of soldiers for farm ty the farm belonging to Prof. killed when a & $145 and to Mitchell Taylor n big work, and the measure will be sent to Benge, and containine. 42 acres.' for train struck theChesapeake and Ohio dailv. auto she her IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES mare mule for $250. Nine persons were killed and thir$1,775. Col. Thompson is selling his husband, sister nnd father were ridHouse for Mrs. Minnie Eastham Potts is dead the White right away. the President's snare Will Broaddus bought of T. W. signature ot the earth and is clever ing in near Brighton Station, Fay- ty injured in the German raid on marc in Danville. Jones a pair of enough togive the advertisement he ette county, Sunday afternoon. The Paris Friday night. One of the raidSeveral J. T. Fraz'ure, one of the best men likely to behundred drafted men arc mules for $410. Mr.. Broaddus sold wns dorfe in the Interior Journal its husband was badly bruised, sent little ing machines drivedestroyed. is B. F. Robinson an in Pulaski county, is dead, acred 79. Kentucky this to the University of hrs to Germany's in Russia summer for training share of the credit for it. an efMiss Anna Campbell Gum was found J. P. White, a prominent citizen of in special mechanics and nviation by horse mule for $1G0. fort to shift the center of gravity, under the wreck but was not badly hut the key positions Wakefield & Jesse, of Shelbyville, Madison county, is dead. He was an the Government if the of the w.ir still Federal aunun, wniic ine intner, w. n. uum. COMPLIMENTS ASSOCIATION sold at auction a pair of work mules old thorities their T. W. Hart, appraiser for the Fed- escaped injury. Mrs. Hurst, as stated are in the West, according to SecreMrs. E. S. Coffin, sister of Mrs. I. closing. thecarrv out schools plans of for $G05 and a pair of mare mules tary Baker's review of the week's technical over the eral .Loan Bank at Louisville, who above, was Miss Mabel Gum. She was for $500. They sold a number of S. Tcvis. of the Shelby Citv section, country. was here last week, said that the a relative of the family of John activities. Mr. Baker points out that is dead after a protracted illness. mules at $18G to $226. is not Five persons Adolph Von Gruenigan sold to R. L. Albright is the happiest man several others nre known to be dead, Fedewl Loan Association at Stan- Lutes, of this city, and had frequent-l- against the strong desirous of going lines of the Allies arc visited them and Mrs. Harry D. in France, Kindrick Alcorn a Jersey sow and in the county. He has just finished scores are injured unaccounted for. ford tras the best cared for and most and wuold like to and hundreds of calf for $100. Mr. Von Gruenigan gatherng his crop of 500 barrels of homes, buildings and barns arc de- conservative in the four States com- Frye, of Hubble. She was a charming oneratiops to some other section. shift But prising this district Kentucky. Ten- young woman and made many the war also sold to a party at McKinncy a corn. must be won in the West, molished or damaged as the result nessee, Ohio, and Indiana. As hero who says the friends during Cecil & Beckwith. of Danville, will of the cyclone Jersey springer for $95. the review. swept Ohio Sat- number of the Stanford Association are Grieved at her visits that her untimnlv rfnnth N. II. Bishop, of Moreland. sold to shortly begin a "fast freight auto urday night. The property damatre is Silston & Cozatt 55 stock hogs at line" between Danville and Louis- estimated at between $1,000,000 and is 37JJt will be sen that there are She was only 22 years old a'nd been G. A. EUBANKS' WILL PROBATED a good many associations in this married less than a year. 10 2 and 17c. Mr. Bishop bought ville. The will of George A. Eubanks, State,' to say nothing of the many in Miss Edna Campbell has been ap- $5,000,000. von of Eph Newell a pair of three-yeawhose death was reported in this paAdmiral Diedericks, who at- the other three States. Hon. W. II. P. C. WEBBER DEAD pointed ticket agent and cashier at tempted to block old horse mules lor sau. per some weeks ago, was probated Dewev's sauadron Mr. P. C. Webber died president Lincoln J. W. Baughman sold to a Mr. the Southern railway depot at at Manila Bay and who. in return, Shank? is Association, of the Kelly J. near lucivinney Saturdayat his home uonuny. i no instrument bears date County. morning of Marcum. of Buena Vista, four yearnrot a cannonball 1918. his German Francis' is secretary-treasure- Mr. and alter a protracted illness, aged 49. es Feb. J.28th, Hoskinsand the witnessling cattle at SG5.50. Mr. Baughman Mrs. Mary Webb, of Nicholasville. fingshin. is dead atover are W. and Dr. W. J. Baden Baden. In Dr. Wi F. Watkins is Deceased was born in Carroll countv, was given damages of $5,000 against 1914 Admiral Dewey, in sold to a Mr.Blakeman a Childress. It orders that all debts be his this State, and moved to Lincoln paid mule for $150. the Kentucky Traction and Terminal counted the incident, which book, re horse and that the widow be given brought about a year ago. He was a WIlftLBE- - CALLED SOON Harris & Woods sold Monday to Co. for .alleged personal injuries, of a heated clever man and a good cit- control is everything, but that what Lexington defeated Monticello in forth offender. denial from the GerMi W. T. Robinson a pair of three and th Bogle, sister of izen. A wife money left be invested in real man and six .children v mare mules for $575. the High School basketball tourney Y. M. C. A. huts will sprint? un in Missed dollars each.js,be-- . Thev were good ones just the kind at Danville. 35 to 17. and Somerset LalLAUo jaunitien-nlants'rm- d tnyJ department of Dr. kHIpy&TfiS Webber, of the Carpenter's creek qeathed to his .daughters, Mrs. Mar4trlrtekTinrthStan!ttaiiT)fbh Barrow's section. Mr. hi me cast, u pians now under con- nurse Webber joined the Bap- shall Herring and Miss Fanny EuG. A. Swinebroad bought of shin. sideration" nre followed. These huts hospital unit, has received a telegram tist church early in his bovhood and banks. At the death of his widow all Miss Gatewood McAfee, piece of Thompson eight heifers from the War Department that all died be in the in that faith. The burial occur- the property is to be sold and the at 10c a pound. Mr. Swinebroad af- Col. R. H. Crow, of the Shelby Citv are to and similar to thosecamns, war of the 100 nurses of the unit would red in the McKnney divided at the army 7ono and be assigned to duty within the next cemetery in the moneydaughters, equally between the terward sold the bunch to Thmoas section of this county, is dead in their purpose is to preserve the mo three the two mentioned Shelbyville. She had many friends in Bradley, of Boyle, at $55 a head. ten days at some of tho army can- nresence of quite a crowd of the above and Mrs. Mattie Crites. providing Robert Woods bought a black this county who are saddened by her rale of the workers by facilities. tonments. The nui"LM will rot eo in friends of the family. comforts and recrcat'onal mare of Joe H. Jordan for $197.50, death. a body, but will be assigned in small BIG ELEVEN LIVES SNUFFED OUT The high cost AVERAGE FOR BIG CROP 11. Woods bought a pair of the Vancie Moore and Miss Margaret ently threatened of living is appar- numbers to duty in the various J. Eleven lives were snuffed out in a with a tremendous The following is taken from the same party for $445 and J. A. Louellen Snyder, each 21, came up slump. There is every reason to Danville Advocate: "R. L. Berry, of twinkling and some 40 or 50 people pair for S485. from Yosemite Mondav and were Spoonamorc bought a were that food prices which for Hustonville, wasjn Danville yester- chestermore or less injured at WinA large crowd attended the W. T. united in marriage after securing eral yenrs have been mounting sevSaturday night when the hMi WILL STACK HIS HEMP td a day selling some more of his tobacco. Manuel sale Saturday and bidding the necessary papers from County dizzy height have reached their Col. Joshua Jones, Lincoln county To date he has been paid through the wind blew a big wall over on The was spirited throughout. Col. M. H. Clerk George B. Cooper. Pastime picture show. A fire of the hemn king, is "not going to take the anogee Geo. Lawhorn. a Southern engi- This is and will decline henceforth. lie offered for his hemp crop and Peoples Tobacco Warehouse the sum day before had left the wall standing Johnson cried the sale and did the believed to work most satisfactorily. A mare neer, shot and badly wounded Ben true of two important be particularly will stack it and hold it until a rea- of $12,777 for his offerings and he and when it toppled over on the picfood staples still has about $4,000 brought $120. cow and calf $82. and Clindn Lew's at Stearns. Pulaski potatoes and bears. sonable price is made. He will have sold. He cultivated thirtv-eig-worth to be ture show, the latter was crowded household and kitchen furniture sold county, when Ben Lewis nttempted Scathing denunciations of the an expert stacker from Fayette of tobacco and the whole crop acre?d with people who had gathered to see to take his engine away from him Scandinavian countries as high. unneutral county come over in a few days and more than 32 cents a pound and a "Wild West" picture. Most of the Charles Kern, the hustling Perry-vill- e and run it. Lewis was drunk. now fill the German press. The arti- show his men how to stack it. He is will bring him about $17,000. He killed were young people. The dismaking stockman, has been cles, it is evident, are inspired by having the hemp tied in bundles, a thinks the Danville market the" best aster was tho worst in the South' many deals recently. He sold four- UGH! ACID STOMACH. Shephcrdsville the German Government, and some- great force of men working from in Kentucky and expects to sell ev- since the fearful mules to SOURNESS, HEARTBURN. teen head of thing of the annexation policy is giv- sunrise to sunset in accomplishing ery stalk of his crop on the local wreck, and as a result there were 11 GAS OR INDIGESTION en out. The diatribes different parties at an average of burials Monday in Winchester. declare that the big task. breaks. S127.50 per head. He sola Joe Jordan Germany will keep six head of mare mules, good ones, The Moment "Pane Dianesin" whieh will become the Aland Islands PROF. C. A. KEITH PLEASES another Helgo O'HEARN KILLED IN WRECK HEMP PRICE DECIDED ON Reaches The Stomach All for $1,500. He bought of Edward Prof. C. A. Keith, of the Richmond land, nnd that Finland will be a min Mike O'Hearn, who has made The price of the 1917 crop of hemp Eubank, of the Parksville section, a Distress Goes Normal School, delivered an address or German kingdom. many runs on passenger engines on was fixed Monday at a meeting mare mule for $235; he bought a Legislation authorizing the sale of thisdivision of the L. & N.. was kill- the Kentucky Hemp Association of nt the Presbyterian church Sunday at morning in behalf of the $3 000.000 aged work mules from team of Do some foods you eat hit back all enemy pronertv in this countrv ed in a wreck near Bonnieville. G5 Lexington. Kentucky rough prime, Jackson Leonard, of Mercer county, taste good, but work badly; ferment veouested by the alien property cus- - miles South drive, being made by the Southern of Louisville, Saturday. 15 cents; Kentucky second 13 work into acids and cause a sick, sour pas-s- v for $325; and a rouian to sever torever the hold of His fireman, George Fletcher, aged and tow. 10 cents. The errowers are branch of that church for benevoPerrv-villmule from Juble Fos,ter. of stomach? Now. Mr. and Mrs. Germans in Germany upon vast com 27( was also scalded to death. The to bale the crop. Ten million pounds lence for the ensuing year, and made for $180; and a Dyspeptic, jot this down: Pape's mercial and industrial enterprises in freight traisi thev were running ran of hemp was represented at the such a fine impression there was n mule from John Coconaughter. for helps neutralize the excessive the United universal demand for him to speak a been left $120. He sold to Frank Robinson acids in the stomach so vour food the Senate. States, was approved by intothe small truck that had was over- meeting. Officers were elected as fol- irom tne same pulpit at tho union An amendment empowtrack. The engine lows: W. M. Robb. Winchester, pressaddle won't sour and upset you. There nev- ering the President to acquire title on yesterday a " services Sunday evening. Prof. Keith ident; Claude Williams. Pisgah. mare for $150; he bought three er was anything so safely quick, so to the German steamship companies' turned nnd rolled down a steep is a Rhodes and T. C. Gearv, Frank- versity nnd graduate of Oxford Unimules from Uriah Martin in Mercer certainly effective. No difference how docks and wharves at Hoboken. N. J.. is fort, secretary-treasureThe above force and ability.a speaker of fjreat county for $700 and a fine pair of badly your stomach is upset vou usu- also was accepted. RAINEY FARM SELLS HIGH prices are f. o. b. Lexington. mules from J. T. Lyons ally get relief in five minutes, but The Tab Rainev farm, near Shelfor $500. Danville Advocate. what pleases you most is that it helps ST. ASAPH HOTEL TO SELL by City, was sold at public auction ILLINOIS MARES SELL WELL A BILIOUS ATTACK to regulate your stomach so you can be sold by John S. Baughman'. of Danville. Joe Jordan, the veteran horse buy- at The St. Asaph Hotel willSaturday IS OFFICIAL SEED TESTER When you have a bilious attack ns agent public auction at 1:30 ent vour favorite foods without fear. Saturday. S. S. Spradlin, of er and seller, sold 25 Illinois mares Mr. Smith Yowell has reslcned his Most remedies give you relief vour liver fails to perform its func- Kentor afternoon. March 23, by T. J. Hill, nosition with the Danville Ice and sometimes thev are slow, but not tions. You become constipated. The Ho paid county, was the purchaser. at auction here Monday afternoon at attorney for the estate. The building $125 per acre. There are $210 to $285. One extra good pair Coal Company and has been succeed- sure. "Pane's Dianensin" is positive food you eat ferments in your stoms 172 acres in the boundrnv and the of strawberry roan mares was all of brick, contains 30 rooms, has office by Joshua in neutralizing ed in the the acidity, so the ach instead of digesting. This inof the modern conveniences Bell. Mr. Yowell has been made of- misery won't come back very quick- flames the stomach and causes nau- solo is said to have been one of the bought by Guy Hundley, of Boyle. should bring a good price. It will and be sea, vomiting nnd a terrible head- best made for some time. Stock, for $570. E. P. Woods bought a pair sold in order to wind up the Jordan ficial seed tester and Federal agent ly. Boyle county and will make a ache. Take Chamberlain's Tablets. feed, farming implements, etc., sold ot grey mares for 5532.50. It was estate. The St. Asaph has always for You as the best lot of big mares ever seen cnioved n good patronage very vierorous campaign to assist the "Pape's feel different as soon con They will tone up your liver, clean well. Diapepsin" comes in nnd the together in Stanford and they went public knowing this, in securing and planting tact witth the stomach distress just out your stomach and you will soon farmers there will likely LUNSFORD & LYNN'S SALES like hot cakes. George D. Speakcs, up. The most of vanishes your stomach gets sweet, be ns well as ever. They only cost a corn that will come J. F. Lunsford and John G. Lynn, tho Paris auctioneer, be a number of bidders for it. the corn this year is of very inferior no gases, no belching, no eructations quarter. the Junction City and Danville real sold them. quality and is absolutely useless for of undigested food, your head clears FAIR MEETING SATURDAY estate men, sold to M. J. Fnrris the seeding. Mr. Yowell will probably and you feel fine. DEATH OF LITTLE BOY The stockholders and officers of Eugene Harmon farm of 153 acres, LEASES OUT OPERA HOUSE have an office in the Tho Go now, moko the best investment son of Robert near Porrvville, at $80. They nlso Manager C. Hnys Foster, who has the Lincoln County Fair Association Advocate. vou ever made, by getting a Inrce Hatfield died nt Detroit on tho 5th sold for Mr. Farris to Mr. Harmon a given tho Stanford people the high- are called to meet at the e fifty-cecase of Pane's Dianepsin nnd was brought to tho home of his house nnd lot in West Danville for est class pictures obtainable and a in Stanford at 2 o'clock next SaturTHE PNEUMONIA SEASON from any drug store. You realize in crranuiatner. a. u. uatncid. near day afternoon. March lGth. Tho The cold, damp weather of March five minutes how needless it is to suf- Highland, nnd buried Saturday after- 54,000. Thev sold to Cabell Huguely good traveling show whenever he question of a 1918 will bo seems to bo the most favorable for fer from indicrestion, dyspepsia, or noon nt Mt. Moriah church. Mr. J. 64 acres ot land, some of which is in could, has leased the Stanford Onera decided at the fair for and it is urpneumonia germ. Now is the ny stomncn disorder, duo to acid C. McClary made an appropriate talk. tho city limits of Perryville, at $175. House to George Owens, of Mt. Ver gent that everymeeting the stockholder be presnon, who will take charcre Monday. time to be careful. Pneumonia often fermentation. It PAYS 13 CENTS FOR J. H. EADS BUYS FARM Mr. Owens is experienced in tho pic ent nnd vote on tho matter. B. W. quicker a results from a cold. The HEMP 2t Hughes & McCarty sold Monday ture business, having successfully Givens, President. cold is gotten rid of the less the danCol. Joshua Jones is so confident to WIND TOOK TOP OFF J. H. Eads, who lives out on tho managed a ger. As soon as the first indication of While Mr. W. L. McCarty was in that lie per pound is not a good Danville pike, the Burgis and J. T. home town picture show house in his DEATHS AT BRODHEAD for years. a cold appears take Chamberlain's tho West End showing a farm to a price for hemp that ho has bought Lawson Harry Atkinson, former section farm of 82 ncres. near the Cough Remedy. As to the value of customer Saturday tho heaw wind about 80 acres at 13c, going the big this preparation, ask anyone who has took tho leather top off of his Ford as buyers two cents better. He bought Q. & C. crossing on the Hustonville MR. MOORE'S WILL PROBATED foreman, but who had been farming pike. The price, for several years, died Friday of a was The will of Mr. D. used it. nicoly as it could have been done tho crops of Will and Joel Newell one, was large. whichEads' a private probated Monday. He R. Mooro was complication of troubles, aged 4G. A sons will Mr. asks that his with a pair of scissors. Otherwise the and John Jones at that price. take care of the farm while he will property bo eaually divided among wife and 11 children survive. A littlo 'Who I. J. is always welcome, so car was not injured. continue to reside nt his present his children and that his son. Collins son of Robert Hix died Friday. Ho let it come every time. I glory in LOTS OF COAL AND COKE Moore, nnd Charlie Nun- had been an invalid since he was a the effort of your county officers to Slavonic societies in Mnhoney Two r freights, pullnelloy, be made executors. Tho in- child. put the lazy loafers tfc work and City, Pa., which heavily fine mem- ing 101 cars of coal and coke, passAGED MOTHER DEAD strument bears date of May 9, lfAlfi, make them earn a Bupport instead of bers who do not attend the funerals ed North Sunday. Looks like that Mrs. F. Cordier received n tele- and W. T. Richardson and Louis COLD WEATHER KILLS BEES gambling with some green-horwho of members, abolished the custom to ought to help out a little. gram Monday stating that her mo- Kriencr are witnesses to the J. B. Manning, of tho Turnersville has no moro sense than to take a permit the men to remain at work ther, Mrs. John Collins, was dead at section, had 59 of his GO stands of chance on such an uncertain proposi- in the mines hereafter. Six men to READ THIS, YOU KNITTERS Dayton, Ohio, of a complication of bees to die during the pnst winter, tion," writes II. A. Pleasants from act ns pallbearers will bo selected by Groy yarn for socks has arrived. troubles. She was a very old ladv and POURED OUT THE BOOZE and tho supposition is that the cold Groom, Texas, as ho encloses his sub- the societies. rioase call lor It at Mrs. W. N. had been ill some time. Her husband Police J. S. Bontn and weather did it. Certainly it was cold Chief of scription. Craig's. died some ten years ago. City Judge Preston, of Junction enough to kill most anything. SELLS BUICK CARS City, had a booze pourinc the other John I. VanArsdale, the Harrods-bur- g W. W. Hays, local agent for tho Harry Jacobs, tho monument, mnn. SUPERVISORS IN SESSION day. Thoy poured into tho gutter sevMILLINERY opening Saturday, real estate man, has sold to Mi- uuick cars, sola a tour- sold to Mr. J. P. Riffo. of Huston. The Lincoln County board, of bu- - eral gallons of the "vile stuff" they March 16th. All tho latest and most nor Cormnn. of Louisville, for Chaa. ing car to Oscar L'. Jones and a four- ville. n six ton Mllfnr,! M TT on- nnw.nnn.l itr m had taken from bootleggers. They ponulnr styles in ladies', misses, nnd Smith the Mrs. Nannie B. Moore cylinder touring car to O, C. Withers ite monument to go on the "family Tucker. J. B. Honaker and'w.' s! are making that class of individuals children's hats. Mrs. C. W. Dunn, farm of 173 acres for $28,000. last weeK. lot In Hustonville cemetery. Embry, began their work Monday live hard nt Junction City. Kings Mountain. p J. W. Pcnk bought of Deo Cnrrier ld LAND. STOCK AND CROP ld l-- 2c thrcc-ycar-o- ld well-know- n c. np-Pea- two-year-o- 100-poun- d 400-poun- d thrce-ycar-o- ld t es four-year-o- ld get-tin- much-edver-tic- d ld eight-year-o- ld Gei-man- y v r- Har-rodsbur- g. -- r, four-year-o- ld vice-preside- kind-hearte- d, four-year-o- ld aUlarrJoodaise.iW 525-poun- -- mtim d be-ie- ht aver-acre- three-year-o- ld ld c, e. ld Dia-pens- in seven-year-ol- d vice-preside- r. five-vear-o- ld up-tow- n well-know- n court-hous- e. court-hous- nt son-in-la- double-heade- n, er - ...- 21-l- The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Wr!kt n Tuesday, March 12, 1918 "rcisn i i tt ii'.i iCii Condensed Report E. C. Walton and J. H. Intned at (A pottcffiei at Stanford, Jfy itcond rloM matt mottir. Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD, KY. AS MADE TO COMPTROLLER, RESOURCES Bill U. S. Bonds MARCH 4, 1918 for Circulation Lincoln County and Other Bonds First and Second Liberty Loans 790.82 War Savings Stamps United States Certificates of Indebtedness.... 70,000.00 7,001.00 Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures Cash, Due from Banks and U. S. Treasurer.. 160,392.54 Total LIABILITIES $393,479.36 100,000.00 52,787.50 21,650.00 $806,101.22 Capital Surplus and Undivided Profits Circulation Deposits Total $100,000.00 61,370.88 98,800.00 545,930.34 $806,101.22 The Deposits are the largest ever shown in a published statement by any bank in Lincoln County The International Harvester Co. writes that Traffic Congestion throughout the country it 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 practically frees the country's defenders from financial cares nt home. Among the provisions of the bill are that no law suits can be settled ngainst a soldier in his nbsenco and if there were any pending against him when he joined the service they must be postponed until he can give them personal attention on his return. A soldier's wife cannot be evicted for failure to pay rent where it docs not exceed $50 a month and if the landlord attempts eviction he can be heavily fined. If he is buying a homo on the installment plan there can be no until n court decides after special investigation thnt the circumstances warrant it, when it may order all payments refunded or stay proceedings. Insurance policies can not be invalidated for non payment of the premium till one year after the close of the war nnd if he fails to pay taxes on his property the usual penalties will not be enforced. There are other provisions to safeguard the interests of the fighting man, all of which will show him how much his services are appreciated, and which will tend to make him a better soldier for the cause of a country that desires to protect him in every way. No country was ever so mindful of her defenders' welfare in the training camps, where everything is looked after with the greatest care for the prevention of disease and the caring for those who become ill. The boys receive a great deal more medical attention than at home and it is only in rare instances when where brutes succeed in becoming officers that they are not given every proper consideration. The great country is doing nobly by its brave defenders. Mrs. Beachamp. the W. C. T. U. woman, who has done much for prohibition of the whisky traffic, made a speech in Chicngo last week in which she severely criticized the Red Cross for encouraging soldiers in the filthy and disgusting habit of using tobacco by supplying them with it Not being a user of the weed and therefore not competent to judge of its solacing and comforting effects, we a're here to say that if the brave boys do enjoy a smoke or a chew we want them to have it. If the good lady does not want to spoil her work for liquor prohibition she will not try to start a crusade for the prohibition of tobacco, nor attempt in any way to discouratre the noble efforts of the Red Cross to .Mid to TnWrian. comfort. At present it is almost treafore-closure FOR THE PROTECTION OF OUR DEFENDERS The soldiers' nnd sailors' civil rights bill just passed by congress relieves those who nrc fighting our battles for us of the enrcs that might destroy their peace of mind hnd tncy been permitted to be charged upon by nil who would profit by their earnings. It is n most liberal bill nnd SPRING CLOTHING JUST RECEIVED Now is the time for you to don your New Spring Wraps, as Winter has at last bid farewell. We have received one shipment of "COLLEGIAN" CLOTHES, worlds greatest make, for fit, wear and style. We are showing only goods, and prices are just the same as ALL-WOO- L before. III V if 1 ' t III I STETSON HATS We also have received a new assortment of "STETSON" HATS this Spring's latest creation. Call and see our line before you buy, or you will be sorry. II i McRoberts. Bailey & Rupley THE HOUSE OF QUALITY Charles M. Meacham evidences a mer, thus proving that there is a silgood deal of courage in changing the ver lining to the dark clouds of war Hopkinsville Kentuckian from a tri- that envelope us. weekly to a daily in a little town like W. H. Leonard has 60 ewes, 37 of the capital of Christian, which already has a daily, but here's betting them having 63 lambs. Five of these that the old veteran will make a suc- ewes have fifteen lambs. W. L. Gra-ha- h sold this week to Clay Coleman cess of it and here's wishing it will prove the crowding glory of his aid a registered gelding for $326. Ison age. Brothers sold seven nice mules the w past week at an average of $175. H. State Banking Commissioner Speer T. Gordon bought Monday twelve reports that fifty State banks bought yearling black steers from W. C. none of the Liberty Bonds and that Carpenter at $56.60 a head. They the entire holdings of the State were fine ones. Harrodsburg Banks in these securities are There is not much eviJudge Charles A. Hardin has been dence of patriotism among some of our moneyed men, who fight neither invited to be one of the speakers at the unveiling of the Service Flag of in person nor with their money. the Knights of Pythias Lodge at on Thursday evening, Organized labor of New York has Stanford not added to its honors by protesting March 21. A number of the members against the conviction and sentence of this lodge have gone to fight for of death against Mooney, the San liberty and democracy and their felFrancisco bomb thrower, who killed low members will honor them in this ten persons. If ever a man deserved way. A Hooverized banquet will folthe unveiling. Harrodsburg In- low death, this leader of the dustrial Workers of the World, ought Herald. g to be and quartered. Paris had a big court day crowd But seven legislative days remain Monday and merchants in all lines of the present General Assembly, of trade did a rushing business. More which will go into history as having than 100 mules were on the market, accomplished much for good, thanks most of which changed hands at to Gov. Stanley, who was in supreme prices in pairs from $350 to as high command and to whom great credit as $650. Nearly 100 horses were on is due for directing legislation that the market, the good kind going at will accrue to the benefit of the from $150 to $300 per head, and plug horses from $25 to $90. State. ham-strun- STANFORD, KY. GIRLS ! IT'S YOUR STEP THAT ATTRACTS I To- - Says Women Pay Too Much Heed Their Face Instead of Their Corns sonable to do so. 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. J. H. Baughman & Co. INOOtFO&ATID Dunlap Shoes for Spring Nifty styles for the young men; easy lasts for older men. When State Inspector and Examiner Nat B. Sewell. in response to a resolution asking him if there was any waste of the public money by officials, told the Legislature that it was the worst waster of money in the State and that the members ought to be naid only for the time they worked, he stirred up a hornet's nest which is still swarming around his head. A resolution to have the auditor examine his department was introduced the other day, but even if adopted it won't scare that competent official. That his accounts are as straight as a string, no one who knows him will gainsay. The bill placing the hotel inspection, the tuberculosis commission and the drug and food inspection under the State Board of Health, which had already passed the Senate unanimously, passed the House 71 to 16, and only needs the governor's signature to make it the law. In addition to its many other features, it empowers the counties to vote a mill on the $100 to establish and maintain a county board of health. The bill will, The fashion notes say that our old it is said, put J. N. McCormack out of commission, after he has for thir- friend, the slit skirt, which created g when it was ty years dominated the board, sub- so much ject to much criticism and some in vogue a .few years ago, is to be in evidence again this spring and sum- times investigation. rubber-neckin- Watch your step! A brisk, lively-steis what charms more than a. lovely skin, but your high heels corns and you limp a little. That's bad, girls, and you know it. Corns destroy beauty and grace, besides corns are very easy to remove. Rid your feet of every corn by asking at any drug store for a quarter of an ounce of freezone. This will cost little but is sufficient to remove every hard or soft corn or callus from one's feet. A few drops applied directly upon a tender, touchy corn relieves the sortness and soon the entire corn, root and all, lifts right out without pain. This freezone is a gummy substance which dries instantly and simply shrivels up the corn without inflaming or even irritating the surrounding skin. Women must keep in mind that cornless feet create a youthful enhances her attractiveness. have-cause-d stop-whic-h p Mrs. Mary E. Blackburn, the wife of former Senator J. C. S Blackburn, died suddenly of heart failure at her home in Washington City. Her husband, who is in ill health, was with her when the end came The Interior Journal extends its Eight miles of roads in Rockcastle sympathies to Editor W. F. Schooler, of the Somerset News, in the loss of have been surfaced; three miles with of Mt. gravel and five macadamized with a brother, C. C. Schooler, Sterling. stone. $6.00 CRAB ORCHARD, $6.50 $7.00 KENTUCKY W. E. PERKINS The Crash of Empires FIRST LECTURE -- WEEK-NIGH- T BY- MEETINGS Monday, Mar., 18 "Why War? or the Cause of War." Guard Your Priviliges Think over the list of products you sell and see HOW them are marketed without the Commission Man getting off your work and accordingly Irss profit to you. Selling cream DIRECT to The markets the most product produced on the farm without Commission Man's YOUR BUTTER.FAT WILL BRING YOU Tri-Sta- te Oliver L Denslow These meetings will be of unusual interest for Mr. Denslow has spent much time, studying conditions leading up to the present war, also in searching the Bible for any light it may cast upon the future. FEW of a Profit valuable toll. Tuesday, Mar. 19 'Can The Kaiser Succeed?". Wednesday, Mar. 20 SO The PER POUND, WEEK BEGINNING MAR. Tri-Sta- te Cents 11, 1918, AT CINCINNATI, OHIO Tri-Stat- Butter e Co. Lecturer-Evangelist Hill's Auditorium Formerly Odd Fellow's Hall INSTITUTE at Hill's Auditorium, beginning Sunday, March 17, 1918. DENSLOW Who will conduct a BIBLE L. United States Food Administration License, No. G. 18152. Every pound of butter-fa- t brings you from sold to The 3c to Sc per pound greater price for the present and INSURES THE FUTURE. If you do not have cans, write for Free Trial Cans. Selling to the station buyer or creamery agent means a loss for the present and a mortgage on the future profits of your dairy. "The Searchlight of the Future." Thursday, Mar. 21 "Future World Peace." Friday, Mar. 22 "The Prince of Peace." OLIVER Sunday, March 17th, 7:45 SEATS FREE! ! The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, "Qts-lt"-2Dropt-Th- Tuesday, March 12, 1918 WITH THE CHURCHES Rev. W. T. Overstrcct has resigned ns pastor of the Presbyterian BANISH CATARRH in 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. "It to tin Danes ! "Goodnight to Corn Fains Corns Peel Off With "Gets-It- " "Kay. elds, you can laugh at tight shoes, or damp, corn-pulli- Breathe Hyomei church at I'crryvlllc. has so far resulted in 33 additions to Dr. G. W. Truett's meeting at tho First Baptist church at Lexington For Two Minutei And Stuffed Up Head Geti Relief h, weather, big bumpy corns, calluses on tho soles of your feet, corns between tho toes, hard and soft corns, Union prayer meeting at the Presbyterian church Wednesday evening at 7:15. An interesting program is being prepared. A hearty welcome awaits all who come. Don't fail to hear Pastor O. L. Dcnslow's illustrated lecture on "Crash of Nations," next Sunday night in the Odd Fellows Hall. Good music and seats free. Services at 7:45. The protracted meeting at tho Baptist church at Brodhead, conducted by Rev. H. H. Wallace, of Sturgis, resulted in 31 additions to that church and they were baptized Friday. Dr. D. M. Walker, pastor of the Christian church at Shelbwille, will spend n year doing Y. M. C. A. work in France if his congregation will permit him. The church will consider the matter next Sunday. ENTERTAINS AT BRIDGE Mrs. W. H. Shanks enternined the Auction Bridge Club Thursday afternoon nt her beautiful home on Logan avenue. Delicious refreshments were served. Those present were Mrs. Robert Benton Woods, Mrs. Bettie Bush. Mrs. T. J. Hill, Mrs. A. C. Hill, Miss Sue Taylor Engleman, Miss Levisa Harris, Mrs. E. J. Brown, Mrs. J. S. Rice; guests were Mrs. R. C. Hocker, Mrs. T. W. Pennington, Miss Lyle Cooper. that church. An Off With TbU Fierce Corn UM.glc." Now-'Ge- U-If soothing, healing, germ killing antiseptic that comes from the eucnlyp-tu- s forest of inland Australia where catarrh, .asthma nnd consumption were never known to exist. Lognn McCormnck nnd wife visitHyomei is pleasant nnd easy to breathe. Just pour a few drops into ed relatives in Gnrrard Sundny. the hard rubber inhnlcr, use as directed and relief is almost certain. A complete Hyomei outfit, includZ ing inhaler and one bottle of Hyomei costs but little at druggists everywhere and nt The Penny Drug Store. You to feel home If you already own an inhaler you can get an extra bottle of Hyomei at 11 druggists. If you want to get relief from cold in the hend or from an irritating cough in the shortest time breathe Hyomei. It will clean out your hend in two minutes nnd allow you to breathe freely. Hyomei will end a cold in one dny, it will relieve you of disgusting snuffles, hnwking, spitting and offensive brenth in n week. Hyomei is made chiefly from a TROUBLE ARRESTED "The past 4 years I have been going down, down, down with cntarrh of tho stomach and had to give up work n year ngo because of my weakened condition. I sufTered terribly from bloating nnd colic attacks. Mnyr's Wonderful Remedy was recommended to me. I took a course of it and now nm feeling fine." It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, including nppendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded. The Lincoln Pharmacy and The Penny Drug Store. It STANFORD MAN'S " I WANTED! at at I The First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL March 14 Current Events will meet with Mrs. J. S. Rice o'clock. Mrs. T. V. Pennington, er. March 1G The Woman's will meet in the club rooms at P. M. Mr. George W. Carter is ill at his home on Lancaster street. L. B. Conn, the Buick man, was here from Danville Monday Mrs. F. Cordier went to Cincinnati Monday to spend a few days. Mrs. W. P. Kincaid went to Gravel Switch Monday for a brief stay. R. M. Arnold, the buggy and auto man. of Danville, was here court day. Miss Daisy Veatch, of Louisville, spent Sunday with W. H. Brady and Dr. M. D. Early is still confined to his room with sciatica, and is suffering greatly. Miss Kincaid, of Waynesburg. accompanied her sister, Mrs. E. L. to this city and is her guest. Mr. B. B. Ware, of Murray, Calloway county, has taken a position as pharmacist in the Lincoln Pharmacy. "Brother" Turley and Mrs. May Hockadav, of Richmond, have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Bruce. This office had a pleasant call Monday from Mrs. M. T. Rawlings and her pretty daughter, Miss Eulah Rawlings. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Elkin and Mesdames Steve Walker and J. S. Gilbert, of Lancaster, were in this citv Monday. Rev. William Hopper, of Louisville, passed through Monday for Jackson to visit his brother, Rev. Joseph Hopper. Mr. W. C. White, of Parksville, who attended court Monday, spent a portion of the day with his old friend, Eld. Jos. Ballou. Messrs. J. B. and G. C. Simpson, of the Mill prominent farmers Springs section of Wayne county, were here at court Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Sallee, of Richmond, were in the city Monday. They had come down for a brief visit to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ballard. Mr. C. C. Cov, of Madison county, was here Monday looking for some cattle. He found what he wanted but did not buy because he thought them too high. Hill Carter, who has been here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Carter, left yesterday for Rollo, Kansas. He left Mr. Carter very much improved in health. In ordering his I. J. changed from Lancaster to Frankfort, to which place he was transferred, Mr. J. R. Cornn writes that he is getting along fine in his new home and that he likes the capital city very much. Dr. G. G. Perry, Miss Bettie Perry and Igo Perry, of Richmond, were here Monday They got the glad hand from many of their good friends who are always glad to see them. Dr. Perry looked happier that he has since he left the "best town on the map." Gad-berry at 2 leadClub 2:30 Club family. "f If you will Just touch tho corn or callus with a few drops of 'Gats-It- .' What a blessed relief It elves to corn pains! You won't limp any more; you can enjoy the danco every minute. Then to sco how that corn or callus will como right off complete, like a banana peel and without tho least pain, is Just wonderful. 'acts-I- t' is tho biggest seller among corn removers in tho world todny. simply because It is so wonderfully slmplo and always works'. " Be sure you get 'Qcts-It- .' "Gcts-Tt- " is sold at all druggists (you need pay no more than 25 cents Mrs. Peter Depp, aged iiO, of MetMrs Herbert Reynolds is with her n bottlo), or sent on receipt of prico by E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, lit. calfe county, was horribly burned sisters in Somerset. Sold in Stanford and recommend- when her clothing, saturated with Miss Nell Dempster was in Louised ns the world'o best corn reTnedy coal oil, was set on fire. ville for the week end. FOR SALE Seed corn." both yel Mrs. Rella Arnold Francis, of Lan- by The Peuny Drug Store. low and white. Tested about 90. Eli caster, is hero in her Style Shop. Miss Marie Ballard spent Saturday Miss Eugenia Owsley was in Dan- jah Spoonamore, Stanford, R. F. D p No.4. and Sunday with homefolks at Lan- ville Saturday. caster. Mrs. Lizzie Dillion is visiting relaFOR SALE I have for sale 10 or L. F. Steele, of Hustonville, sold tives at Lancaster. 12 pairs of broke mules now ready to R. C. Nunnelley, a Miss Annclle Carson is confined to for the plow. Phone 3G01 Danville. Dodge car. J. M. Cress. her room by illness. 14tf Miss Ophelia Mrs. J. S. Rice left Monday mornLackev left this FOR SALE I have for sale 30 morning for St. Louis, Mo., to visit ing for Cave City to visit her mother. bushels of hemp seed. These are ex her brothers. Mr. E. J. Brown, of St. Joseph, tra clean and nice. See or write II, Elder Walter Jones, of Daylight, Mo., was here last week looking for K. Spangler, Crab Orchard, Ky. R. F, Tenn., visited Harry Jacabs and fam- a small farm. m-I- p D. No. 2. ily Saturday. "I am sending you $1.50 for that NOTICE Money saved is money G. B. Cooper has good, old I. J.," writes H. D. Miracle, County Clerk made. That is what you can do by been confined to his home by illness of Cubage, Bell county. a cream sepfor several days. Clarence Eubanks, of Williams- seeing us before buying short notice. Mrs. C. R. Martin, of Danville, burg, has been visiting relatives near arator. Can deliver on J. S. Mobley & Son, McKinnev. Ky. spent Monday with her sister, Mrs. here during the past week. T W. P. Buchanan. Mrs. J. Wesley Hughes, of the Rev. A. ,A. Higgins is up from SAFETY BOXES Those who section, has been quite sick Louisville with his parents, Mr. and for some weeks, but is better now. have keys to the Sate Bank' & Trust Mrs. W. H. Higgins. Mrs. Mattie Nevius has returned Co. safety boxes, now in the First Mr. William Severance left Mon- from a protracted to her daughter, National Bank, will please return keys, as the boxes are likely to be day night for the cities to buy good Mrs. J. E. Buck, at Gilberts Creek. 19-- tf Sherman Anderson, son of Mr. and moved at once. J. W. Acey. for his big store here. Mrs. Sallie Cornelison and Mrs. Mrs. Henry C. Anderson, left for FOR RENT My house and lot on Azbill. of Richmond, have been with Louisville Monday morning to enter Mrs. Stewart Y. Carson. the mechanical department of the ar- Lancaster street. Good garden. ImMessrs. W. L. McCarty and L. R. my. Sherman is a fine young man mediate possession. See Hughes & Hughes left Monday night for West- and will be greatly missed by his McCarty, Stanford, Ky. or write me. ern Kentucky to look after some big manv friends here. Miss Mary Burch arrived Sunday J. G. JMcBee, 1404 6th St. Northland deals. Dr. J. G. Carpenter went to Lex- from Colorado Springs. Col., where west, Washington, D. C. ington early last week and was tak- she has been teaching. On account of en ill. He was compelled to remain ill health she was forced to give up her work. The altitude of that secthere all week. Mr. and Mrs. John Rcnfro, of tion is too great for her and at her Harrodsburg, were here Friday in physician's advice she came home search of a house. They rented for a while. Howard Holtzclaw, a sailor boy on rooms at Will Hockcr's. Mr. J F. Govcr, who has been con- the Montgomery, is here with his fined to his home for some weeks, parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Holtzwas able to come to town Saturday claw. He spent Saturday with his and his friends were glad to see him sister, Mrs. Marshall C. Newland. Mr. 21-2er 21-8pey Mis; Belle Root, writing from Sulphur, Okln., says that her wrist and arm, which were badly hurt by a fall, THE PRINCESS m m m nre getting much better and that otherwise she is well. She asks that her kindest regards be given the of her old home here. FOR SALE Pair coming mare mules, good workers; black jack with white points; 53 tons of corn silage. Wil17-liam Cordier, Rowland. I have four or five FOR SALE young Jersey cows fresh and coming fresh. These are all good ones. Call on or see Adolph Von Gruenigan. Stanford, Ky. Route 3. Phone 139-- 1. peo-pi- e four-year-ol- Soda Fountain d tf who have claims against the estate of Mrs. Ollie Dove Garner will present them properly prove the crowning glory of his old tho estate will please settle with me immediately. M. C. Newland, administrator of Mrs. Ollie Dove Garner. ALL PERSONS 21-2t o Renfro & Prewitt 1 1111111 r m m s have 300 shocks of fodder to feed on the place, close to FOR RENT The T. C. Hall store-roo- Lancaster. Good place to feed dry and rooming house I now oc- lot with running water. Want it fed cupy, until Jan. 1st. Nine rooms in quickly and buyer must use as much house, which has bath and other con as 10 or 15 shocks per day. Communveniences. Will also sell my stock of icate with me at once. E. T. Cheathgroceries at cost. Jas. Shifilett, Stan am, telephone 382 A., Lancaster, l8-4- t ford. 1 Kv. 21-2t FODDER I m 21-2- CHI-NAME- L Do your floors and furniture need brightenl. ing? If so, give them a coat of Chi-Name- Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Watts have Auburn, W. Va.. where he was conmoved over from Cincinnati and will nected with a big coal company. He reside in Lincoln county. Mrs. Watts has a furlough of two weeks. News comes that Miss Clara Coopwas Miss Floyd, a daughter of M. C. er, who has been teaching in the Floyd. Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Baugh, of Hus- State D. & D. school at Berkley, Cal.. tonville, and Miss Mattie Simpson, of for several years, has been promoted who is visiting Mrs. to the principalship of the day school Monticello, at Oakland, Cal., at a big advance in Baugh. were in the city Saturday salary. Miss Cooper was given a letMr. E. L. Gadberry, who has tak- ter of endorsement from the school en a position with the First Nation- she left, which is exceedingly complal Bank, has moved with his family imentary of her services with that into one of the Warner cottages on cn again. Holtzclaw went into the service from &$ Phone No. 27 n. Easy to apply. Give Chi-Nam- el Makes them look like new. a trial you will like it. The Lincoln Pharmacy The &p&m$JL Store Stanford, Ky. - . hmhh...... pnng Millinery Opening Friday and Saturday March 15 and 16, 1918 Mc-Ca- rc Palmolive Soap Free For this week we will be allowed to give you absolutely FREE, two cakes of Palmolive Soap with a 50 cent purchase of the following Palmolive Products: Palmolive Shampoo, 50c and two cakes free. Palmolive Cream 50c and two cakes free. Powder, 25c; Palmolive Tube Cream, 25c, and two cakes Palmolive Talcum free. Logan avenue. Whether or not you are for or against a fair this year you should attend the meeting of the stockholde next Saturday ers at the afternoon at 2 o"clock. Miss Jennie Newland went to Lexington to attend the burial of her friend, Mrs. Ollie Hurst, nee Mabel Gum, who was killed Sunday afternoon by a C. & O. train. Mrs. A. C. Hill entertained at a very elegant six oclock course dinner on Friday evening. The guests were Mr. ad Mrs. Alfred L. Pence. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hill. Jr. E. F. Bourne, son of Mr. II. II. Bourne, of the Shelby City section, has been promoted from ensign to lieutenant. He is in the wireless and is now headquartered at Norfolk, Va. Mesdames E. P Woods and Annie Engleman and Miss Susan Fisher Woods are at Mt. Sterling, having been called there bv the serious illness of little Miss Susan Fisher Anderson. This office had n pleasant call Monday from Col. Thomas A. Bradley, of Boyle. This paper has no truer friend nor better subscriber than Col. Bradley, who has been on its list for many years. Mr. Welch Rochester is back at his port in the Lincoln County National Hunk after a sojourn at N. C, and Columbus, Ga resting up. He was greatlv benefitted by his sojuorn in the land of the sky as well ns in the Cracker State. Mrs. J. S. Baughman entertained at her home on West Main Saturdnv night the ladies nnd gentlemen, with their friends, wives and husbands who took part in "Broken Fetters," the excellent play that was presented at the onera house Thursday night. John Owslcv Roid left Friday af ternoon for Waco, Texas, to prepare himself for service In tho aviation department of the army. Mrs. Hugh Reid and Mrs. John Owslev Reid, mother and wife, accompanied him as court-housAshe-ville, to Gamblers are willing to put up $10 $1 that the world war will be end-e- d by Jan. 1st. CENT-A-WOR- D ADS 21-t- (Ads here ore 1 rent a word each I hup, cash with order: no nd lest than 2.1c each itsue.) FOR SALE 30 or 40 bushels hemp seed. Lincoln Wells, Yosemite. Wanted to buy n Ford runabout. 191G or 1917 model. M. 21-- 1 C. Newland. Stanford. FOR SALE A few good work mules. See them at Stock Yards. T. 18-- 4 W. Jones. Stanford. Ky. 0 MONEY We have $C,000 or to loan on good scurity. Hughes & McCarty, Stnnford. Ky. f LIVING ROOMS Several dcslre-abl- e rooms for rent over my store. 12tf See me at once. E. T. Pence. MY early Spring hats will be on display Friday and Saturday, March ir.,J(5. Miss Ella May Saundcrs.lt $7,-00- Ky. FORD f 18-t- Displaying the most authoritative collection of Pattern Hats, Fisk Hats, Gage Hats, Dashing Tailored Hats, and Exclusive Millinery Novelties. Come, you are most cordially invited to - WALL PAPERneed not be afraid up. Pence running paper from 8 corn, both Seed FOR "SALE whit' and speckled. Tested 98. Will 20tf Stagg, Hustonville, Ky. FOR" SALE-Fairbanks of prices. Wo are New stock. You THE HUB Pushin Bros. Danville, Ky. Also Newest Spring Styles in Women's and Misses' Tailored Suits Coats, Dresses, Waists, Skirts, Etc. 12horse-powc- r engine and No. 40 Ross Cutter. In good condition. Joo Will Rout, p Moreland. FOlFlSALEJuly seed potatoes at $3.50 per bushel. Also n Sharpies Cream Separator. Mrs. Elfin Baugh19-man. Stanford. MONEY TO LOAN $1,000 and up on improved farm lands in Lincoln county. Five per cent. Rufe 19-Somerset, Ky. LOST Knights Templar charm, with my name and address engraved on it. Please return to mo. Dr. T. 2 W. Pennington, Stnnford. 20-2tf As-hurtf The Penny Drug Store E. R. Coleman, Prop, Stanford, Ky. Phone No. 2 We will have SPRING OPENING far ns Louisville. millinery FriMessrs. Jack Adams and Harry our opening of Spring March 15-1Saturday, Tomlinson, of Lancaster, were here day and Hill, Myers' house flats. It Sundny afternoon to meet Mr. Chas. Wright & FOR SALE Ono extra good O. 1. s Adams, of Richmond, Va. Mr. has volunteered to go with C. boar, 22 months old, large bone Dr. Barrow's unit to Franco and and lengthy; register free. David Knoepfle, Moreland, Ky. It. D. No. 1 came home to spend a few duys Ad-nmbe-fo- ro reporting for duty, 19-- 4t The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, March 12, 1918 SHOES SHOES $5,000 Worth Ladies'Pumps, Boots, Evening Slippers,Shoes and Children's House Slippers Namely Oxfords, SHOES HBaHHMnHHMHHftRHHHHHHa iBBBBBBi BBWMBiMWSMMMSWMBBBBBWBMi to be sold out at Less Than Manufacturer's First Cost Smaltz-Goodwi- Having decided to quit handling Ladies' and Children's Shoes, we will close out entire stock at once, in order to make room for our Men's and Boys' Lines. In these days of Hooverizing this will be a rare opportunity for the families of Boyle and adjoining counties to save a nice standpoint this will positively be the greatest shoe sale held in sum of money on their spring and summer footwear. From a money-savin- g this part of the country. Remember this is not a sale of junk, but all nice, clean shoes, including all the newest things in spring styles from the n foremost shoe makers of the country, such as Grover's, John Kelley's and and the famous "Educator" Shoes for the children ;ms and Continues for Ten Days Only. Doors Open Promptly Thursday, March 14, 1918 at 9:00 O'clock Baby's Shoes as low as 29 cents per pair. Children's Shoes as low as 48 cents per pair. Ladies' Shoes as as low as 98 cents per pair. We also include in this sale 100 pairs of Men's Leather Work Shoes at $1.98 per pair. Remember that we are compelled to close out every pair of these shoes in ten days as we must have the room. Shoe merchants would do well to attend this sale, as they will not be able to duplicate these prices at the factory. Store will be closed Wednesday in order to arrange stock. ALL SHOES MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. Just a Sample of a Few Comparative Prices TERMS: SPOT CASH! NOTHING LAID ASIDE OR SENT OUT ON APPROVAL FREE' 10 ew gve away absolutely FREE, Four Pairs of Ladies' or Misses' $5.00 Shoes during this sale Call for tickets with each purchase! JH"KFlE' 10 Sales Ladies Wanted PARKS & HENDREN CO. DANVILLE, KY. MAIN STREET Incorporated Sales Ladies Wanted MR. SLICE O'BREAD Frank M. Casey has sold the 50 2 acre farm on the Burks Branch T Uu a Slice of Bread. pike, which he recently purchased I mcSarc three inches by two and from J. T. Royalty, to Roy Smith, of anJ my thickness is half an Simpsonville, 'one-hal- f, for $12,500. J. V. inch. Glass has sold his farm of G3 acres, My weight is exaclij' " ounce. near Simpsonville, to W. N. Nash for wasted once n J am people of Britain.day y Shelby Sentinel. $11,000. over," the slice Despondency Due To Constipation I am "the bit loft eaten absentmindedly when really I Women often become nervous and wasn't needed; I am the waste crust. despondent. When this is due to comIf you collected me and my constipation it is easily corrected by panions for a whole week you would taking an occasional dose of Chamiind that we amounted to 9,380 berlain's Tablets. These tablets are tons of Rood bread easy to take and pleasant in efffect. MOTHER! DON'T TAKE CHANCES IF CHILD'S TONGUE 15 COATED If Cross, Feverish, Sick, Bilious, Clean Little Liver nnd Bowels A laxative today saves a sick child tomorrow. Children simply will not take the time from play to empty up with waste, liver gets sluggish, stomach sour. Look at tongue, Mother! If coated, or your child is listless, cross, WASTED! feverish, breath bad, restless, doesn't Two Shiploads of Good Bread! Miss Anna Skaggs, the Almost as much striking an averdaughter of J. A. Skaggs of the eat heartily, full of cold or has sore age as twenty German submarines Maple neighborhood of Taylor coun- throat or any other children's ailcould sink even if they had good ty, and Master Bennie L. Hedgepath, ment, give a teasnoonful of "Caliluck. 17 years old, of Willowtown, were fornia Syrup of Figs," then don't worry, because it is perfectly harmWhen you throw me away or waste married the other day. James West is dead near Mt. Free- less, and in a few hours all this conme you are adding twenty submastipation poison, sour bile and ferman in the Parksville section. rines to the German navy. menting waste will gently move out of the bowels, and you have a well, playful child again. A thorough "inside cleansing" is oftimes all that is . necessary. It should be the first treatment given in anv sickness. Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. Ask your druggist for a bottle of "California Svrup of Figs." which to has full directions for babies, children of all aces and for grown-up- s plainlv print"'! on the bottle. Look For over 30 years Crossett carefully and ee that it is made by Shoes have st od for unusually the "California Fig Syrup Com- pany. lt of body, leather strcng their bowels, which become- - clogged ,r W1 DEATH OF D. R. MOORE good in any respect (and we believe This splendid notice of the death it is) Mr. Moore was too good." We of Mr. D. R. Moore, one of Lincoln do not believe a more charitable man county's best men and citizens, ap- ever lived and his passing away, though he had lived far beyond man's peared in the Danville Messenger: years and ten, Many of our readers will be griev- allotted sorrow of three score members brings not only to ed to know that Mr. David R. Moore of his immediate family and other is dead. His death occurred at his relatives, but to a very wide circle of late home in Lincqln county about friends. Mr. Moore was a gentleman four o'clock Thursday morning. The of the old school, and a member of death of Mr. Moore removes from his the Christian church, an indulgent native county one of its best, most father, a good neighbor and a true popular and substantial citizens. His friend. His wife to whom he was so death occurred on the old Moore much devoted, died several years homestead, where he was born al- ago. He-i- s survived by six daughters: years ago, and had Mrs. John M. Helm, Brumfield; Mrs. most eigthy-tw- o spent his entire life. The writer of E. C. Eubanks and Mrs. B. H. Helm, this sketch has personally known Mr. Parksville; Miss Lizzie Moore. LinMoore for many years. Knew him coln county; Mrs. J. C. Hart, Tennesboth in a social and business way, see; Mrs. Charles Nunnelley, Mon-tan- t, and two sons: Mr. Will C. and has said of him while he lived many times and repeats it following Moore, Lexington and Mr. Collins A. his death: "David R. Moore was hon- Moore, Lincoln county. The funeral est to the penny. If it is possible in was conducted at McCormack's this life for an individual to be too church at two o'clock Fridav after noon by Rev. Wyatt G. Montgomery, of Campbellsville. Mrs. Sara Lambert, of Hellier, killed herself because her beau was drafted. JJ oaiaiaiiiHi COUNTRY HAM the real kind with the brown gravy J at THE PRINCESS Qan you afford pay less? LADIES sHHMkMHkMHiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiHI good 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. shoe dollars go further in a shoe like CrosscttJ. high-typ- Men pay more attention to values They find that then they used to. e The shoe below of Crossett style and show it to you. is a fine example Let us comfort. Citv recently. Mr. and Mr. Sam Boone had 22 guests for dinnpr Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Daugherty were in town recentlv. Miss Myrtle Dauehertv Is visiting her brothers, near Danville. Mr. Tom Curtsingcr, who spent several days with his mother-in-laMrs. Birtie Lew'", has returned homo 1Vlnnila nf MnQ Mnmin l.owis. OI Saufley, are gl'"l to learn that she will remain with tliem tnis year. Miss Effle Ware was the guest of Misses Jennie and Sarah Sampson Sunday afternoon. Friends of Mis Vada Lewis, of Lexington, are glad to hear that she is getting along so well in her demonstration lessons. A. B. Gardner, who was arrested at Harrodsburg and taken to Lexington last Thursday, was held over in the sum of $1,000. Ho was chargn ed with drawing a pistol in an car going from Lexington to Versailles, after an argument with a passenger in which it is said he made remarks against President Wilson. inter-urba- Mr. Arthur Lewis was at Shelby SAUFLEY We Have Just What You Want OUR LINE OF LADIES' APPAREL WAS NEVER MORE COMPLETE. SHOULD VISIT OUR STORE BEFORE THEY MAKE THEIR PURCHASES Ladies' We Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' iZmssett ofhoe CMahxs life's Walk Easy My m m m Suits, in all colors and styles $3.98 to $22.50 have anything that you want in Spring Coats and our prices are right Skirts, of silks, poplins and wool $2.98 to $8.50 $4.98 to $9.98 Dresses of Silks, Poplins, Etc., in all colors and sizes $2.98 to $4.98 Waists of Crepe de Chene and Georgette Crepe. .'. 49c to $1.98 Organdy and Voile Waists Ladies' Muslin Underwear at a very low price 98c to $4.98 Don't fail to ask to see the Madame Grace Corset House Dresses of all kinds at the right prices We are ready to show you our Spring Goods, so come and see us we will be glad to see you k SAM ROBINSON J Chamberlain's Cough Remedy A Favorite For Colds J. L. Easley, Macon, 111., in speaking of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy says, "During the past fifteen years it has been my sister's favorite medicine for colds on the lungs. I myself have taken it a number of times when suffering with a cold and it has always relieved me promptly." The Bargain Store Salem & Salem Stanford, Ky.